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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: July 5, 1888
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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IX. TITUSVILLE FLA. THURSDAY JULY 5 1888. '
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Mints. One or two very warm days during the Lake Worth. I three dollars per bushel ; then we don'twant I UhulcliI.esented..
Jlims Bible School meets every past week-that is, for the B. I. R.
The Warm and watery.Mosquitoes to ship as it is so far that even with LAKE WORTH, Dade Co., Fla.,
511ndJy at four p.m. couutr)'. The usual breeze failed to ap low freight it amounts to enough to
here lonesomeness gone. I pro- June 20th, 1SS*.
We arc gratified to note the success of pear until late in the afternoon, consequently hibit us from sending. We are certainly Editor Florida Star
Mail three times a week to :
it Hypoluxiafter
financially and otherwise. was "hot as St. Louis, as Bob with for there i is
the concert, Ingersoll has it. July. I encouraged now steam, SIR,-The most available man the Republicans
Weare glad to hear of Mr. Atkinson's no satisfaction in the sailboat shipping can candidate for
as
put up a
safe return from his trip to Jacksonville. Mrs. W. Wilson, of Courtney, has been Depositions were taken here on the I perishable goods, but with steamers :you Assembly from Dade County is E. N.
21st in the W. F. Moore divorce .
case.The
visiting Mrs.
Sirs. Charles Magruder and Mrs. Q. Campbell and Mrs. Valen- can send one crate or one hundred, and Dimick. He has always affiliated with
tine. She has also been staying with Fourth of July picnic is well and know just when they will I
you
Stewart have been visiting friends at go. the Republican party of the county, and
}fr. and Mrs. J. der and, weather permitting \un-I
O. Walton, of Eau way Some of our pines have been delayed en has done as much as any other man to
Jlio Gallic, where she has been having a good undoubtedly be a success. muff, but not many. Then we have I them
pleased to hear that Mr. Pur- keep together, even going so far as
We are time. Her many friends are glad to Judge J. McCrory of Miami i is sojourning found good, reliable men to ship to. to the
recovered from his slight illness I run on independent ticket in
fear has at home again.Mr. welcome her back to this neighborhoodagain. here for a time on business politics I We have a crate now that suits our pines order to defeat the Democratic party.

and is and pleasure, and finding a little of I first-rate, and will until we learn to grow He is a man of truth and undoubted

Pattillo arrived on last night'strain Capt. James Stewart, who is running each. them larger, which we will shortly. \'"'edo character, as we know and can vouch for

for the purpose of looking after the Riverside Hotel this summer has Messrs. Thomas: J. ))e Steuben, of not know it all yet, but we are learning him in that respect. If he i is nominated t

Jndge Boynton' grove. been amusing himself, in this dull season Fort Pierce and F. Bruhus and H. Hars very fast. We cannot do our workas there can be no doubt of 1m election,

)Ir Mims was the recipient of a painting the inside of C. J. Hector'snew Waveland, Fla., arrived here on the they do it at the Keys or Bahama Is-I 1 and he will he an honor! to the party.

pine-apple from Mr. Charles :Magruder's : store, which will soon be ready for 20th, and left for home again on the lands. We have had to work out our I The Democratic party of Dade county is

grove, weighing 7lbs. occupancy ; in fact we see a large lot of own way, and it has been with fear and now even organized!, and will march to

We wish to offer our thanks to Mrs. of goods are already moved. 24th.After having the State senatorslrip for I trembling ; but now we are under the the polls next November in solid phalanx

gtrahan for her energy and skill in On the river beach here, in the pure over twenty years, is Brevard county go- impression we are !safe to go ahead. against our party, therefore it i is the i

managing our entertainments. white beach sand, can be seen growing ing to give Dade county .'show this timeor There has been shipped from Eden this duty of the Republicans on the lake to

We had the pleasure of discussing the thrifty young tomato plants-seedlings, not ? We have heard of folks that year with steamer and sailboats up to nominate the most popular man they

merits of a forty-pound watermelon, of probably, from overripe ones thrown 1 wanted the earth split in two and butter this,; time, about 1,000 barrels pineapplesor I can produce, and that man, t inlay, is

the Cuban Queen variety, grown on overboard and washed ashore. One and honey on both sides, but we hardly ( barrel crates), and all have reported I Capt. E. N. Dimick.

Chamberlin and Strahan's hammock, plant bears a fine, smooth fruit about take Brevard for that kind of a crowd. being pleased with the returns as far as Rr.ru iiuc.vv. r
heard from. I
and found it most delicious. two inches in diameter. The indications Some of the public-spiritedcitizensof Grand -Mill-Summer I'iauo

The ladies of :Mims: wish to tender ire plain that irrigation is necessary to Lake Worth, Palm Beach and Figulas Yours truly, and Oruruii .sale.Liuulcn .

their thanks to Mr. Puryear for his ucccs in raising vegetable Dr. Fee's are trying to raise Dade county apportionment THOMAS: RICHARDS.From : & Hates Ollthl'rn1 u io

generous gift of a chandelier for the gardens also show what a little water, of the immigration fund and so far --- --- -- House, of Savannah, Ga., make an otTer

scbool-house, and for his many kindnesses backed by intelligent and persistent effort ire meeting with such good success that forth Carolina. which all who want Pianos and Organswill

in assisting in our entertainments can accomplish. they may not have to ask the county Editor Florida Stftr: do well to take advantage of. Under -
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Also: for the use of his hall since last The great freeze of two year's ago did Commissioners for a cent. Count Dade DEAR FRICXD, I !snatch a few mo- their Grand Mid-Summer Sale) they ..

September not injure young cocoanut or mango county in any way.A ments from the busy whirl of life I have will sell pianos or Organs during June,

---Ilontli.The ----.- -- trees on the east shore, being protected called meeting of the county School been in for the past three weeks, and will July, August, and September at lowest

by two miles of warm, salt water, from Board was held at the School-house: on give an account of my doings up to rock Iwttoni cash prices: requiring a
honey crop at Sackett's Heath Ap- the cold north winds and by the beach the 2nl;: at which the acting secretary date. cash! payment of only $' )on a Piano and

iary will be quite large. Up to date over ridge and timber from the north and was ordered to notify MN Susie Brown, We left Titusville on the morning of $10 on an Organ, and letting the balancerun )

4,000() pounds have been extracted. north-east gales ; and add the) fact that of City Point, that she could con hlerhen..eif June 5th, arrived in Jacksonville at one until Novemlwr I, icil/iout interest

)Ir.J. L. IJrownlee, from the United fish are ten times more numerous than I engaged for the fall term. Ow- p.m., called on some friends and had a advance in price. Parties can thus,buy

States Civil Engineering office at St. Augustine on the wet shore, and the ocean beach ing to the absence of Supt. Gale, but very nice time. At night we called on now at spot (vi/t rates, and pay when cotton -

has been stopping with postmaster and surf-bathing only a short walk away, little other business was transacted.Ross some lady friends and spent two very is sold. See their new advertisements
t Sackett. He thinks of locating at it if the inducements sufficient in this i issue and write
or seems as were : K. Brown and ThomasA.Jones returned pleasant hours. There will always be them about -

i near Heath.F. to make the east shore the winter on the 21st from their proving up a warm spot in our hearts for Jacksonville it. _

I). Sackett is in receipt of a letter resort of the future, and the ocean bench trip to Gainesville.. Gco. Carter who and the warm friends at who-e I -- -- - -

from Col. Raines !saying his health is improving ridge one vast pine-apple plantation went along as witness extended his trip home we were so hospitably entertained. s'1'.t'i'11:11's..

I and that he will be at Heath Mr. L. E. Bradley) of Jacksonville, up to the Green mountains of his native The next morning we took the 7:30 train In the boring of Mr. James A. Harm'

KWII. His son is at college completing who purchased two lots (about one acre) State and promised to bring.. Vermont for a small town on the E. T. Va. and artesian well at Citra oil was discovered

his education. .r Mr. ft. F. JiLL not lung itgu, hay had lass along on his return s., as to have Ga. road. No need to call the name, at a depth of :!-IO feet

Camp Brothers' plantation is lookingfine T. I I. McCoy engaged clearing the same, I !some one to take care of him and his suffice it to say we spent five very plea- The Lake Jesup extension i.f; tho .f

the young orange trees are just a and planting it with pine-apples. :\lr.1 hereafter. Success to you George: for no sant days, and were lothe to leave the Florida Midland railway is steadi'y giving

booming. Captain Black has reducedhis McCoy is also: clearing an acre near the one deserves it more than you. little city with its 70,000 inhabitants, on. Nearly two miles of rails: are laM

force down to two men in order to above for a pine-apple plantation for Postmaster Gco. A Hales'on, Willie, and especially two charming young on the east :side of Longwootl.

tale it easy during the summer.E. himself, where he proposes to "beat the a buy only about four years old, has be- ladies who help to make up that number.On Al Knight a clerk in the Tampa express -

P. Cronin was at Heath a few daysago record." The pine-apple plantations of eomlesuch an expert oarsman that a few the morning the 12th we were on office has recently) become a. raving

and says he is going to stay on his Messrs. S. F. Gibbs and C. J. Hector demonstrates days ago he rowed his mother and the road again, drinking in the beautiful maniac. lIe is! from Connecticut, and
that the peninsula soil un- minute in a valley the the of his is
homestead continually until he gets it sister Nellie across the lake in a common \cenery-one cause insanity unknown.
His friend Mr. promising as it look, is the thing for I next away up above the level. Awayto is in
thoroughly improved. skiff: As the ladies weighed about two Drinking water very scarce Key
Honeywell is with him at present.We : pines. Mr. Gibbs' plants are nearly all, hundred and fifty pounds, a light head the left we could see a long ridge of West, and people leg from door to door
we believe, of the Key Largo variety. mountains, and soon we were in South
for it. The Government authorities
expect quite a boom at Heath soon' wind was blowing, and the distance refuse
Mr. Hector has also Egyptian Queen, I Carolina only few hours more and we
; for the first time the
taking into consideration the prospectsfor round was fully three-quarters of a mile, to supply wants
and: Porto Rico Trinidad. Some of in the old North State then be- I
or were ; we from the cisterns Fort Taylor.A
railroads from either north or west, it will be seen that it was a very good at
the latter are immense-two :specimens to look for familiar faces. We arrived -
gan
or from both directions. Already men pull for even an older and larger boy. carload of melons and a l letter by
and in Greensboro and changed there
weighed respectively OJlbs. lOJlbs.)
with capital and those that want homesteads Are there any B. I. R. hoes who can mail were started from Frnitiam Parka
U. D'oxonr. for Raleigh at 10 in. Here we "got
are looking this section over. ]I beat this record ? p. few days since, for Jacksonville and
stuck, for we were until six-thirty the
will say' right here that those who want Fort Pierce. SAM. the melons arrived a day ahead of the let-
next morning getting to Raleigh. We
good homesteads had better a ter. The melons were shipped by the F.
prospect Hon. Alex. Bell's favorite mule is badly I had taken a mixed train and they stop-
little around Heath, there are some left From Kdcii.KDEX R. and N. and the letter by the Florida
injured.
ped at every cross road to take on freight..I
yet, and good ones too. Harry Harvey has returned from a FLA.. June 2cJth, 1888. southern Railroad
Had we known we could have had :111
lIon. D. C. Hardee, :Mr.: Frank Bush a trip to St. Lucle river. Editor of the Florida Star : good night's rest, taken the fast mail, and I Miss Jennie Mitchell an excellent

Pratt, wife, and daughter, all of Ocala, James Bell has disposed of his well- SIR,-It is not often that there is an reached Goldsboro very nearly as earlyas young lady about 20 years old',died Sunday

have been looking over Heath and vicin known saddle-horse, "Joe." item in your valued paper from this renowned we did. We laid over in Raleigh at the residence! of bar parents, two

ity for the purpose of locating a colony Frank Sherman, of Sebastion,has been old place, for here it was that however, and waited for the fast mail. miles east of Leesburjr.. Her death was

and they say this is one of the best places visiting his uncle, Dan Futch.A from taking and eating apples that our While there we called on some friends of:! caused from a spinal injury received by

they have seen on Indian River, they pleasant dance was given, Friday first parents got a thorn in the flesh ; "ye olden dayes" and looked overthe !; a fall from a horse at Fruitland Park

hating made the trip as far down as Like evening, in honor of the bride. but we have had a very fine crop of pineapples Capitol Cityre reached M. City :( some! three weeks ago.

Worth before arriving here. There is I and we have marketed them all at 10 p.m. on the 13th, and were sooa on '! There i is a big law suit pending at
W.V.. has his
Laport recaptured large
still in this section 10,000 acres of Uncle I to much better advantage than we havein our native soil. I Ii Gainesville in which the ownership ofa
rattle-snake. He killed him this time. i
8am's land that is open to homesteadingand former years, thanks to the Indian The first greetings of loved ones and i i valuable tract of :lind near Gainesville w

within from six to ten miles of the Granville Burke has finished work for River Steamboat Company and the R.R., friends over, we commenced to enjoy.1 involved. The town of Palmer occupiesa .

railroad station and steamboat landing James Bell, and is improving his Ten- who have given us good and reasonable ourselves by visiting the hau! t. of our portion of the tract. The Plaintiff is
at Titusville. Mile farm. and 1 think it is John Whittaker and defendants Frank
rate, very encouragingto childhood, sailing, etc., etc. We were
The people of Banana River have the Artist Shear gave us a pleasant cal us people here on the river to grow more than glad to meet our friends, i I and Ella Palmer. Sanchez and Taylorfor I

Empathy of the Heathites in their late last week, taking several views of our for market. I think, from the outlookat Capt. Canova and Edward Cecil-well plaintiff and T. F. King and W. W.

'loss by fire. When will our new-comer little town. I present, there will be a very large i ii I known on Indian River-who are here i i'I | Hampton for defendants.The .

learn not to start a fire on their own or John and Argyle Hendry recently I i acreage devoted to the pine-apple this 1 in their yacht Tarpon. The Atlantic : next ecHpne of the moon will occur -

another's place in such a dry time, and killed a bear that measured 8} feet, and I i year, for my impression is that all are 'I House, at Morehead, is felt to overflowing on the night of July 22d, and will

contrary to law. It would be a good weighed about 4001bs.Mr. :: encouraged nott> plant pineapples.We almost, and the Xorth Carolina be more interesting than the one of January

thing for our County Commissioners to Cobb is very generous with his !j I are just learning how to manage I I Teachers' Assembly is in. session there. i iI (: 2Stlu The diameter of the earlh'.s-
have our fire laws printed and posted up pine-apples. One of his Trinidads had i: them, and in a year or two it will take Everything is life and activity. We shadow will be much larger at that timein
all Over the the would three or four teamers to take away our and will proportion to the diameter of the moon
county so people miss Indian river's cool nights
know two crowns and four hearts. I II ] darkening its surface almost totally. It
when they were violating the law. apples. It is very probable there will l>e ready to get back to the dear old : will take place at midnight when the
Lennon I
There will be
at
Even a fish-fry
some of our old-timers do not :know j 1 1I !: be a good many tomatoes grown next ;i place when our vacation is over. We moon will be higher in the heavens and
that it is a high criminal offence to start I view, the residence of Frank Bell, July :: winter, for now we know that they can hope to be with you all by the 2oth proxi- will be vi-ible in this section.llcml. .
4th. A fine time is j
afire anticipated. i --- -
on the public domain or even their be got to market ; and as wo know we i mo at the latest. Florida.
*n 1'lanutiunl'Ontrar Frank Bell gives us the following dimensions them there will be good I. Gro..du.ln
to the State law. can grow a Your .
etc., The variety of hemp known :'..-; Sisal J,
.
of an average potatoe from his i planted. We want to all we
I many grow J. WALKER.. I and which makes Miperior cordage,
Melbourne. field : length, one foot ; diameter, six : can to help build up the steamboat line, grows ppontam-ou-sly! 1:1 Flori.Ja.VKTO it
Xo deaths from sunstroke or prostration I inches. It weighed seven pounds. ; and if there is plenty of freight for the Beaufort, N. C., June 27, 1AA I reaches the highest !state of jx/rfection,
by the intense heat as in New York ; and grow vigorously on !'*.r sands K>iL
and Miss Delia Hil- boat than boat handle
Mr. Max Brannon or more one can ,
and Philadelphia. Pinetpples : ".. ,u II.'raId.
Pineipplc*
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Hard of Fort Drum, were married at why the company will put on more, for I!.
)Ir. 0. C. Heasby has purchased oneacre midnight on the :21st in-t. Mr. P. P. at the season of the year we grow vegetables I will receive and fill orders for bananas Bc'lliu. i.-d' now f':1IIfI'ih"<> Inventedby

lot of X. Downey and i is clearing Cobb and Mr. Frank Everett and the they cannot be grown far north of and pine-apples in the town and : Lamm, of Stockholm which: M iles-

and preparing it for pine Misses Nettie May Gifford and Sallie us. As we have no frost it makes no difference -j State in any quantities. Having recently : tined to knock chnnmito nml nieifiito
I .
Protessor Nesbitt, we believe, has pur- Carlton assisting them. The ceremony whether we have our tomatoeson purchased the crop of C. H. Nauman's out entirely.Egtpti:11

cha*d property at Horse Creek, above was performed by Justice Frank Bell, at the first January or any other time. i famous Egyptian Queen pines, will hereafter | native JtlVmi.: ..:::; way
Eau Gallie, and will begin' the erection i I the residence oflr.. James Bell. A We can grow them up to the 1st April, | keep a full stock on hand. Send j of making "antiques.* by forcing their

of a dwelling at onc Messrs.: Hays and I dance concluded the wedding. Many then it will not pay to ship unless there 'lor hand in. your orders, and they shall turkeys to swallow \1n imaat'onn.

Sfetcalf have the contract for building \ friends give the couple their kindest and should be frost in the northern part of r ; have my prompt and personal attention.
are In the German rcichstafj tic! aru 53
hear. best wishes. the :State, when tomatoes are less than i j t! S. H. RAY. I I smokers: end ."'.) non- n oc :;\ r:.
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CONSOMME AND CUSTARD.A plished that terrible tramp. You know Oyster nt Feeding Time. I MALABAR CIGAR FACTORY.II. PIONEER COOPERAGESyrup

that country is the most horrible desert. Oysters cannot be kept without a c. Starch, Proprietor. Barrels $2.25.

Caterer'* Chat Concerning leis Customer There is probably not a habitation in the knowledge of their habits. They feed !

*-The Ii.her Called For. interior, and yet that man walked clear twice in a day of twenty-four hone and 1 Manufacturer of fine Havana and Domestic Gauged to order ten cents eXl.4,

"The ordinary woman must have a digestive across the peninsula when brave hearts then just at that stillness preceding the Cigars. Trade supplied with fine

apparatus similar to that sup- have quailed at the attempt when they turn of the tide At no other time, ex- ] hand made goods. Orders promptly filled. Wheelwrighting and Repairing,

j osv
the Miffge-stive comment made the otherday mouths. When taken out of the water i ------

l by the proprietor of a fashionable I Striking Contrast. they naturally. attempt to feed at regular I barrels and Oval Water P.r.:.k,t'.'..
Budded Trees For SaleAt from SOl
restaurant in the chopping district up I The number of persons employed in intervals and as soon as their mouthsare 5,000 up., .

town. constructing equipping, and operatingour I! open the liquor is all lost the air I Low Prices. Tanksand 1

lIe was checking the day's orders as railways is about two millions. takes its place, and the oyster is covered I t
I all kinds of
he t-jKike. and a reporter hearing the remark The combined armies and navies of the with a thick coating of slime. Tins is 60,000 in Nursery. COOPER WOKK t? orOrr

naturally followed it up. world, while on peace footing will draw I the first stage of decomposition after Apply to W. H. SHARPE, T. JOII\SO\, J j f
t "\nl ':"' repeated the caterer. "Well, from 3.433.000: which the oyster is of no aL'L'01I1t.at. iGranse.
gainful occupations macn.Those ; : : Kl.n i
E I'll just show you. All orders here are create wealth-these destroy tle (W. T.) PostIntelligencor.The City Point, Fla. ,

I'' written you know consequently the -Thomas Curtis Clarke in Scribner's. i Opened for the Season- l

ladies have nut their testimony in black I French Soldier's Defects. S. F. GRAY.

and white. Here are some *rf their Jew of the "iVcihl. ,, A French military writer. M. De 16TA man who is interested in }it, ... ttj 1!.
Mr. F. D. Mocatta. in his recent inter- I. welfare will l
luncluiBouillon and pistache ice *> pleased to k.n.-n
Fletres in tag
the education of
an )n ;
essay Watch Maker and Jeweller.Shop .
cream.* Fancy a man putting that combination eating lecture on .1 n.!:usi.! estimated the !I the French infantry makes
some
ANDREW
in his stomach to nourish. him total numlier,: of Jew-* throughout) the serious charges; against the French very sol I at John M. DixonV Drug Store, Titusville, Ida GIBSON

for a day's tramp. Here's another: world as l etween S.OuO.OOO( and lo.OOo.-i Keep the finest In- :
dier. to f..uui
The latter he jays in effect. has ALL WORK WAP.1JANTED. oters .;,
.Straw"terry short cake and a of 000. In the United Kingdom there aHi i I
cup serious
moral well defects ,
as as physical
: riIu.,-lIte.
chocolate that the fir.-t followed about 100.000. of whom seven-tenths are i
; was course, grossly: abuses his otlicers when tat; of It

i bycream meringue and a lemon II in London the great part of the remainder ; hearing. is careless and s'oveiilv.: has no K ALT1I L\.N'S ASH SER1'EI)1S STYLE TO Stir 1.\Tl" :-, :

+ C ice.' l'tllikl' to bet that woman will le being in Manchester. Liverpool. heart for military and when -O-
service op- :
visited by both her ancestral grandmothers Leeds and Birmingham. Scotland reckons ; NEWSPAPER SUBSCRIPTION AGENCY
conceals all of its
portunity conies trace Plain and Fancy Cake made
to
io.night.'* I only 1.31)0: ) Ireland only 1.000. In insignia.-Scientific American. order

Here's an order in swell English the British colonies there are something: 1 THE PIOXEEU .\GE CY. filler' read alirayi on haunt, ,.

liandwriting for a goblet of iced milk and I less than 20.000. In France there are !! address Also a first-class Barber shop attached
and
\Vater r u'iiae In "England.There I For term sample copies
an extra porterhouse steak. Nothing 70.000, of whom 40.000 are in Paris. I
Meals at all hours from 5
; a. to
is m. u
About 40.000 were transferred the i m alarming scarcity of water CHAS.H. XAUMAN JItII
else. Enough to kill her? I should say upon Parties tlesim to leave on morn ing nun
so. This extraordinary female relished annexation of the provinces to the German I I in many of -he large owns of great I boats and hacks will please note this."riirsuiop" .
P. 0. Brevard Fla.
Britain and Liverpool mtl Manchester Haulover county,
whose ; of
a chicken salad and a cup of tea; this empire, among 30,000,000 I i
inhabitants 600,000 belong to this remark- I are threatenvith a witer famine. In '
one reveled in fried Little Xecks and : : A6NESI1'commanded
view of this rive et' things it is T. : VJS7
t pineapple ice cream and a third went able nice. Jews are found in large numbers proposed .

from shad roe to charlotte russe without along the northern coasts of Africaas I to bring sea vater to be used for baths, by

stopping at any intermediate stations." well as in Ahv sillia. In America : closets, watering streets, flushing sewers NHOTEL CAPTAIN JOHN McLEAN.

"What's the trouble with the ladies?" tlereare 300.000; ;and Jews are dwellingin i. and extinguishing: tires The scheme Makes regular trips on Indian River

asked the reporter; "ignorance or economy Mexico and in almost every state of meets with much favor.-Chicago SHE CAKKIES A FULL SUPPLY or

'r :"' South America. There are supposed to I Herald. COCOA, INDIAN RIVER, FLA. Groceries Dry Goods
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"Both," was the emphatic reply. be from 40.000 to 50,000 in Persia, 10.000to
1 1ird for tiThe 1Hh""rs.. Newly Furnished Rooms Good; Table. Canned Goods
"They come in here and puzzle over the 13,000 in the Khanates, and a like ,
trade :i ird3 t'or women's hats
carte for fifteen minutes and then order number in India. Switzerland. Belgium Terms S3 Day.Special Hats Boots and Shoes.Ladies'
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consomme and frozen custard. Dessert and Holland have also coniderablu was so enormou.s last:: year that a single per ,

every woman must have. and the consomme Jewish population.The London leader admitted hat he sold i 6 rates by the week or month. Shoes in n'at"ariety ; 1'rinis all
J 2.000O' >f mall ointe tf every kind new patterns at low prices.
or chop or bit of fish is a delicate influx of Jews into Palestine from
other of the Turkish dominions and j and color At one a-iotion n one week W31. JAU\"IS, Frop'r.
attempt to lead to the sweets. parts Toilet
up Ready-made Clothing Article
have of seasonablefood also from Poland Russia and Central ], there were oJ! S. h)' :,ir-i; of p-iradise J
conception
They no
i 5,000 Impeyan $measa.1c.lilt). )f,0 humming The Xeamt Home to Steamboat Landing.I .
XOTIOXS.
which has been from
either. They ask for mince pie in Europe going on
| birds md -n.- birds from North
) r
June and iced tea in December. In the early part of the present century, is a i I "For the cash 0111)-0{ t
j and South America and :U'').GOO feathered
noteworthy fact. The Turkish H. SHARPE Match 15. -16 timo
WM.
August, when I have exhausted every government I skins from India.-N.w York Sun. t
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resource at hand to reduce the temperature is described as showing an entire I t

of the place, they rush in flushed toleration, but it is not now favorable to C. II. SCOTT, i

and gapping! and call for a fan and a an immigration into Palestine, a circum- rhem..rl an rjioroti)hjr.J. REAL ESTATE AGENT KAVTKUXHAIllDHESSINti:

of hot chocolate. stance attributed to fear of the inroad of Like his master t;}(> \m>'rra thoroughbred ; I

cup"Very few men cat here during the European ideas. The state of the Jewsin horse i is fast "'f'.) 1i.1-; ( distinct ; SALOON() f

day. but when one does accompany a the Holy Land is, according to this : species. Like him. t'>o ru! 'n>...strains FOR -

lady the order shows at once his pres- authority not a happy one. There is but I! may come from :his' Ei::!is? .rot Nype. If YOU want a clean and easy tohn-t,

ence. I can tell, too nine times out of little outlet for their energies. A large 'but the air of *\:1. wsnr"v.ir'It| | '13S CITY POINT. As clean as barberevergave, <

I toughened his muscle: ..-mI.c..t! l '. Just call on me at my salon
number give themselves entirely to -j tS
ten, if the man i fa a Im and or only the up
.
fiance. If the latter woman I Hebrew studies, while the bulk of them nerve and made him L"'.' h \'.,.-J'i theoung'
: Tourgee in Pack Ice. Lands sold on long time with intere, or cut and comb hair with
eke out a miserable livelihood by small your grtrrTo
orders in lavish, Wathat Hmost
a g.-nerous professional industries apparently aided, but'in re- on the ]lease system, or for cash.. suit the contour of your fut;
agreeable to my taste: ;
To I'll five a Rood slianmp io,
::
ality intensified in pauperism' by the j>er- you
1 K-comesinadame
but when mademoiselle
<< What Primitive Man Ate. The
ot"which i is known lew.
she contents herself with a very modest nicious system of "Ilalukah or distribution Primitive man wherever he was cast. Lands cleared and planted, and cared for art tu

I of alms sent from \arioiis countries, if desired contract otherwise. My .scissorliarp, my rlorkt' n.
luncheon.. : : That i is the time the husband i whether in one center or in more thanone ; by or
I which are doled out the Jewish My hop i* a ways neat and ,-l lan..
i is reckless and lamb strawberries among;
spring early of have
must necessity:: found hisfecxl "
i
and other expensive delicacies !] population in Miiallsums.-London Daily i in the world.Ve Refer to E. )[. P ree>c Detroit, Mich.; And everything I'm ure'o1"11 tint!.
plant cannot ;
I' To suit the tate and iiiea.-r thr miiuiAnd i
News. Titusville Fla.] R. AV.
Jno. C. Norwood
just alumt till the bill for him."A4 imagine him commencing his career ;
I i Tazewell Court House Va. to all who patronize int-td.l
and J. now
Stras ;
,
a rule, however, my patrons during learned in the arts of hunting; killing and : .
A match in I' 'r.ii.
Flagging Just and bring. frig-: !
Montreal Canada for come along roar
the day are ladies. I had to get usedto I cooking! the lower animal* for food. :and A. Decker, ,
Among the subjects of the shah blows And I I will try31y
whom I have made assure von
them. It took me some time. but I've i I and domineering actions are freely given ; Many infer from this circumstance that groves.Importailt very UM to satisfy.HOFFMAN'S '" .
learned the ropl:11111; I let them run the the in
favor of the
i h7ut argument: vegetarianpractice
and taken wit a thought; of bad blood ;. -
thing pretty much ns they want to now. : therefrom. i is copied direct from nature I to All II !
resulting once saw a n', uI The
StrawberrJ
From before 12 to :} o'clock P"erlla\ I signed; and delivered by her. Not quite
tar pitched battle, or, more correctly a .Ii
:
4 my plarr is filled with women and byieor so fast. There i is one interposing barrierto For the Sont i
i Hogging match between two of
; pmjs I
( have time if I don't.They .
e they a good j Persian I charvndras on the road near ': the free acceptance of vegetarian deed Most productive lane of 1
"' sit forty minutes sometimesover exhibition and act of conveyance of food from natureto The mo.st; important crop in South : SEEDLING f
Tabreez. It curious of
a' i was a j jI tbe best qualit and
order.
cent Nature
twenty-five They
whom block I! meekness and I ferocity. The fi htin;':. if II | man. herself wf her own Florida i is the Oranire: crop, and every
meet pwple<< they know and : right royal will makes for animals, Market.
it could l he called fighting,: was done with Unequalled for
the aisles and delay the waiters while hlrlh'orou.tIll} carnivorous, one distinctive I one .should) endeavor to secure a ootllvarict I'
I sticks. One man would hump his Seoul I offer strong plant, in large and small quar.tIt'lI. .n
small
they interchange; talk and gossip. animal food a secretion from the
tiers and with a propitiatory grin retreat i I ; ) of orange: in planting, : a ;:rove. at reasonable pricre.lC.1TLF1'
the out to ask ".\"'.\, and ..1.11'.111F1a
They stop on way me while his assailant rained him living animal organism, a fluid which ia i is G1 bul' :
;
where lImy my bread (which is my upon a standard iod-meat and drink in one 'To do this, and get such fruit ss have LKKall the finest UO-I of m\AKF. ID Ilvotl UK"\>Ol i
of blows and and I'
torrent grunts impre- j plant* : forty varieties
specialty, know) or if thecook would [ the lini'l known ... .... 1t'.
you becoming : under the name of of State TKii I/KMONN I.un: ;
cations. The of the taken
premiums our
-
rage aggressor j : many
i
be for of .Addres.s tdRXOL1)
willing compensation, course. milk. Against; absolute vegetarianism i
he would uesist.
the of delicious souf- (exhausted I and the New Orleans Exposition 1TET'I f
disclose Fair
r to receipt a I winding up with a torrent of abuse. then we may fairly set up one (exception! at

lle they have just eaten. Finding himself free from blows, thi : derived from nature as the unerring buy your trees from C. B. 3IaCruder .- (reenlaud Dutal ('uuntnorltt.v-mo. *.
hI blandly reply that every loaf of guide.:
:
other would bristle in self i
now
bread fanuuh i upon the premises, and that I party up ; On observing; the habits of animals we : A :Oon. llockleitec.: Fla. -OtfPassenger
defense and begin to turn the tables on !,
my cook:, who i is a chef creates those I discover another natural fact. We find -----
his late assailant, who in turn would SANTA LUCIA
t-oullles without other receipt than his now retreat and grin and hump his back j that animals of quite different nature Dflill'huetlt.

own high art. Xo ordinary cook, madame There was no striking back blow for |I I in respect to primitive selection of food,

,' I will conclude sympathetically, blow-no opposition. It was simply a possess the power of changing their DeBARY & PEOPLE'S LINESTEAlWEB..S. Is located in that magnificent TroJ1kl1::)

couM produce the same results from thesame flogging match turn about, in which one modes of feeding and of passing over as Forest that lies between the Indianan

__ ingredients.'' t it from Lucie Rivers.umd is laid on- by
n were one class to another. This St.
his and
would have then
acre
E man innings
"Which i- a lie, of course," put in the another. This sort of thing continuedfor i change is distinct but limited, and we : streets sixty feet wide into three Mill w

t reporter."Partially. ten or fifteen minutes, when I must accept it with all its extension on ;pi blocks. and smaller lots which This I
only partially," said the everybody sold reasonably to actual settlers.
I side
the one and with all its limitation
seemed think that blows and ain
to enough ,
frostles
restaurateur with a deprecating:: gesture; j had been received and delivered, and the j ou the other. The fruit eating ape canoe region is winterless and and pineapple. t
L l land of the cocoanut
know could not .ice ,'k the
you : away my party separated almost with good humor. taught under privation to subsist on Fruits flourbn..
kitchen secrets, and In ides. that woman j animal diet; a dog can I believe, be where all the Tropical
But this affair between
was an partiesof
will come again and again: to eat that l Address, with stamp,
equal social rank the Persian rJotne"er { taught to subsist on vegetable diet. But I
I soullle and tell her friends about it andpet ; j it would bens iinjiossible to teach a sheep Ca
strikes back at his social superior I Ml
them t ) come, all liecaiise of the littletnystery W. H. BAKER W3YEW dJ ,
flesh
; how the of difference to eat as it would l.e to make a lion ,
no matter trifling degree -
of Jackson'illeC.PTAIX
I throw about<< it. Curious lot, I City *
I | feed on grass.-Dr. Richardson in Long- I
may l>e between them. The servants 1 FLO It 1 1)A.
thee womt>n. finished the caterer, gen- i! man's magazine. ---
of the great man, too, are almost as W. A. SHAW. -
eralizitiir.. broadly. I

'Rather a laying lot too." suggestedthe I'' great sacred man from himself.resistance A and Persian attack peasant as the !| Discipline in I'lilillc School*. Daily Irom Jacksonville except Saturday. THE MUSIC HOUSE OF FLORIDA.A !

glancing at the i There is S4nSt.llut not !
leporter. prosperousasjHct I common sense,
would think of back
of the never striking at in the l I. B. !Plant
place.
I' the Khan's farrash who lays about him only capital good sense- complaint ,
The proprietor laughed: as he leaned i of "A Mother" that the desperate at-
vigorously, on occasion, with a long
CAPT. I. C. HALL
over the desk.I I tempt to educate her children on the ,
switch much as though he chasing CAMPBELL
were
have just leased. the place for I ;i part of the public schools is leaving them .. B.
cattle. Old and receive from Sanford
another ten years," he said.-New York away young 1! neither well trained i tellects nor sound Daily except Sunday. '
blows without resentment. -Thomas
Time*. : moral character. Theare asked at thei .Jacksonville, 'Ia.

I I:1 Ste\"ens'Letter. i i close of each day if they have whispered ON ST. JOHN'S RIVER. I

A r.nftlishmnn'H/ Tour of the Worltl.Amonj 1 that
the it honorto
Dogs of St. Anthony. on supposition develops Schedule--:May 29, 1SS7.' -
.. ; the most siucrular: of characters j The far famed hams of Bayonne are trust to their replies. Probably one t tI

that I have ever met." said a young I j jgentleman now rivaled by the noted little hams of child out of fifty tells the truth. "One I IOrTH.. L-\SDISG!. roaTH.Leave. ArriTe. will Sell and Deliver at your neat I
who had traveled consider- I in schools
scholar one of the largest said 3"O: Jacksonville 6:30
La Mancha. which are yielded by a race : pm. am
ably."was a young Englishman whom Iran j of orthodox swine popularly known as to me. *I have told a lie every day of the 7:00 pm- Tocol lA'a're. station First-Clas3

across in San Diego. I was with a '! year.' Probablthe ('ffect of this sort tl)1)) pm- Palath 1230 a m
the hogs of St. Anthony. These pious 9.O Rolleston 11:40 m
friend in that town. who W3 Joins down :I little pigs are said to be so grateful for of discipline is to render a child ultimately 1.01) pm-pm- Wf'lah 10:10 p p"m PI.A. L OS
%'
to I I1-(>nHla. Lower California in his inuilTerent to the truth. The 12:00 m d t. Georgetown: 9:10 p ml:3
the time have of it in :
good they feeding I
: am- Yolulia 7:15 m I
is the of friend of the wise education p
Peyton name problem
yacht. my grows OK
: on the richest beechmast in the woods, :;:)U am. Astor 7tO pmj4j tI
and he owns a huge rancho on that pen constantly greater. The solution must a tn "DeLand Landing: 5.00 pm''
that when their day of doom arrives they > t tct.
insula. Well, we were going down tothe'v'ltt : do not require to be driven to the slaughter be in a larger; and more aggressive; ; home ,i Arrin'5:30 am. Blue Spring 4t5 p m I I Ii OR.GAl'TS t

this of whom I life. G lobe- 'mucrnt.
when
man speak : yards, voluntarily present themselves tt ltQ a tra Enterprise 2:30 II m >D .
came up to Peyton and said: *I am an : thereat their snouts wreathed with i I 9:0"' a tu .nrord. City wharf 1::,0 p m FOR 1.:8: :MONEY than any other 1a01l" eau '"

Englishman, and I would like to ship Thy Money Doesn't; Connt. i l 9:34 a 111 Sanford, S. F. P. n. 1:45 p mi United Statu. J always GuaraLke a4p0ttZi: &
a meek simper of gratitude for past favors be as represented. I Will WP a : il e
with seaman. His There are abundant reasons why --
-tIU as a common i en
woman
recei\"eJ.-London Coy Tocoi withSt
I Telegraph.A S.CTIos-\t Johns Railroad; i any honest man or '
language; and his address were those of a money should count for less in society at Palatta with Florida Southern Railay:. ;at Relies satisfactory. I wall pay freurbt bobl0 aa3

gentlemanunl we Itoth stared at him. hero than it does abroad. Rich men are i ton with M. John's and Halifax River Railroad, cash and }10 a month on a liana paid : 11of mKl
"RunsVhittHns" Contest.One at Astor with St Johns and Lake Eustis Railway: : !5 a month on an Orp.n till or-.t1 D1
He continued. 'I am. as you can see ofthe most successful features ofa numerous among us. Wealth is accu- at DeLacd Landing with DeLand and St John more than ordinary rent. on 1tit. f.f

somewhat above the ranks of men who mulated with ease, and dissipated with Railroad; at I'.lne Spring with lj. S.. O. C. and A. terms anyone can own a IDltru flU: for1IIa1ta
>
follow a seafaring calling. But the truthof recent ooJiterarentertainment" in a rapidity. Millionaires are almost as Railway: at Enterprise with A. C., St J. & I. It I FREE CATALOC.rE contaiclBK !eSheet
.
i town the other evening was a "bung lUilroad. for Titusvjlle; at Sanford with trains of 1Uiic.itrinll.*. Viohn l'.aJljOiarUJU11Sta'
my story i-.: I left London a few plentiful as English sparrows. We are the S. F. Railroad! for Tampa; at Tampa with the cordeous. and in Net every 11.1 fl'
months. a-'determined: to go around the : whittling contest by ladies. Each of familiar with their presence and familiar steamer MARGARET of the Plant Steamship Lice that is made and at lerj lox puss'beets. ct cb ".
; the contestants received a square bit of for Points on Tampa Bay and :Manatee River; also I reteataognea.MuMc I ban 20 of f tj.
world on notl.ing. I have reached San also with the fact that riches are often 5,w I-o aka flok'
the Plant copy. 01
i wood from which to whittle with Steamship Line steamships at 10 cent per
Diego and I intend to travel a good a bung to found without the qualities that afford OLIVETTE and MA OTTE: for Key West and Music at iw cent lr copy 5.t>v0 at SO cd"&%0.1 31,

without taking single five fit a large stone jug. They could all seethe pleasure to intelligent people. Those who Havana every Monday and Thursday, arriving at Vocal and Instrumental )rl1ic i; pub u.I.s. AI d}0
In:1Ut:1 hole to be filled but none could Key West Tuesday and Friday, and Havana Wednesday I cent* Any Piece of sheet lDu'ic 1. JQLt
<< Cf
cent"piece, but by working my way. I Prizes for ;' are the joy and pride of the most select and Saturday. Returning, leaves Havana to 50 per cent below pnbli.her V nna eta
tt. the il
measure were given ,
00 My friend took him.t Ensenada society are frequently people of moderate every Wednesday and Saturday. pieces each sheet music size

I It? left us. He refused money and : best and for the poorest bung, and then estate. The parlor in which it is most !, C. HALE. Catalogue. :'}

t-tarttxl to walk across the peninsula with I I they were all sold at auction. One of I difficult to obtain admission is not generally General Pa."l'tlZt'r Agent,: Denary Line I I A. B. Campbell, Jack.- 5Tilh: ; .a

a small supply of bread. AVe afterward them neatly fitted the bunghole.-New i that of the richest man in the city.- i W. '-[ DAVIDSON, intention: this paper..' -

heard that ht had successfully accom I York Sun. i James Breck Perkins in Cosmopolitan. I General Traffic Agent: 1'tofle': Line I






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extra.1epalriag.. YORK'S FREE PHYSIC. I outward many, particularly appearance among determines the little women, as, I Form and Character of Teeth. 1 I Don't I

. Sow of People Supplied with Irog wear very fair clothing which has been As regards the teeth, it must be adsmitted let that cold of yours run on. You think I TITDSYILLE BAKERYWashington

AU for All Manner of Complaint !: given to them. On the other hand a I that in relation to the subject in i, it is a light thing. But it may run into !

er Brealem There are many medical dispen
tgredover the different wards of Newrock I could and yet be the owner of one or ways. In the complete] set of tlsirt -twoI!j Catarrh is lgutihgpneumonia is} dangerous i!
and more houses. All realize that it is impossible there are twenty for grinding, eight; for I consumption is death itself. The i MRS. V. GAILER.
Brooklyn, they in
and vary to determine the worldly I con biting and four for tearing. Grinding I breathing apparatus must be kept healthyand
in the class
ac toordPlorld ch cter mainly of pcopl dition of patients by their looks teeth are required for animals which live clear of all obstructions and otlensive Freak JJread made ikoYe
so no I daily ; < *
w-bo patronize them-the very poor, who I I other question is asked than whether the on grains and other hard vegetable substances i i matter. Otherwise there is trouble awl Cakes of kinds.

for obvious} reasons are driven to resort i patient can pay ten cents.-New York ; biting teeth are necessary for J I ahead. All the diseases of these parts, ( Cakcsj'orpf'inl
tathwu, and the rich or moderately cir- j Press. animals which nibble soft substances like I head, no..(', throat bronchial tubes and t),("(lin. fl'"Iu'wlat

=---.: cedTho know little more than grasses and some fruits; tearing teeth j lungs, can be delightfully and entirely thnrt not ti't'.

ason.in that a di..pPflsary i3 a place to which joo-1 Reticence, concentration and continuity are essential for animals which actually : cured by the use of Boschee's German GIVE HER A CALL.

hit pIe resort when they are sick to get free i are characteristics which cannot influence tear tough and resistant structures, like ;i Syrup. If you don't know this already, I i --- -.---- -- -----
know Ota dical treatment one part of a man's life without flesh, to pieces. In man the grinding | thousands and thousands of people can
tht The oldest and largest of these free influencing the rest as well. teeth largely] preponderate; and how well i tell 'nu. They have been cured by it, c. JHardware. HECTOR: ,

N jispensaries is: the New York dispensary I IGrf'at fitted these teeth are for grinding seeds, j and know how it is themselves. Bottle ,

in Center street which has been in oj,er.jjon j Speaker Sometimes limited. I grains, acorns and the like, the teeth of I only ?r cents. Ask any druggist.
found h over ninety years, and has treated j f Some of the most experienced orators : our very old forefathers tell a significant i j I I and
The old i have been disconcerted by trivial and true tale. In the Renews Her Youth. I
2,000,000 patient North- very man biting teethjjci
over j h..YO __._ ___ I
' I ern dispensary! ; in Christopher street |j circumstances.r Daniel Webster, rising i H- >"i ujiojjituuus' Hu J juuut aim a \ery ue- Mrs. Plui'be Chesley, Peterson, Clay
Plro14to founded in 1817, treats about 20,000 patients i! to' speak at a poultry show, was unable I cisive function; with them, even to the Co., Iowa, tells) the following remarkable I General Produce

annually; the Eastern, in Essex j j to continue in rivalry with a. giant present, the skilled biter can cut throughthe I :>tory, the truth of which vouched for

order street, founded in 18J2: does equally! gexxl (; ghai which began to air its lungs Shan-I finest thread, a feat equivalent to dividing j ]by the residents of the town : "I am 7.'J

t4fld work, while the Demist, founded in 1851. same moment, and had to resume his seat the most delicate filament of food i years old, have been troubled with kid- MERCHANT

I the Northwestern, the German, the extremely in 'I fiber that grows from the earth. The j ney complaint and lameness for many

attached. Xortheastern, and a host of outdoor dew j by teeth are vegetable weapons; they are i years ; could not dress myself without Melbourne Florida
I.to 11 Po.. jartments of hospitals, asylums, charitable his audience. "Who can get on with the best of weapons which the out and I I help.. Now I am free from all pain and -- --. -

l11a.ruing III&JI societies and so on. that wet blanket of a face of yours be out vegetarian can use; they assist him soreness, and am able to do all my own Geo. E. Chase

-- The Demilt dispensary i is a three story : fore him?" he said once to Garrow, who hotly in practice and argument.But housework. I owe my thanks to Electric ,
-
brick building. The main r<'Cpption'room was engaged with him in a cause. His then there remain those four tearing Bitters for having renewed my youth,

ES., is filled with wooden benches and !! first speech in the house of lords, was a fangs, those canine or dog's teeth, so I removed completely all disease and pain."

divided into seven or eight compartments i humiliating failure, owing to the action firm, strong and savage. The canine or I Try a 1 Kittle, 50c.aml 1 at all drugstores Ship Chandler

AN.an atone side. These and two or three of Chatham, who, as a speaker began, tearing teeth stand out strikingly in I in Titu>ville and 1 on Indian liver ,
dinary rooms that also open into the or-j I took up a pen and made a few notes as favor of the view that man is formed for
.
nIver. i if: with the intention of eating flesh; but it cannot be said I I-. I*. 1-. '
Ltortoods room, are the offices the stall of physicians replying; but by the Boat and 1 essle Supplies, all kind!"
each having his special department after listening a few moments he dashed stanchest flesh eater that the flesh eating ( I'rit-kly{ A-h, I'ook Hoot and Potassium,) Iatentncltors, Chains, lllocks,
of ailments to attend to. The visiting pen and paper upon the floor with a contemptuous tendency is the strongest altogether. Is the best Blood Purifier in the world for Canvass, alvanized Wire

i hours are different for different smile. This indifference, realor No; it is certain that the balance turns Syphilis, Ilheumnti-ii, Scrofula, Old Sores, Hope, all sizes, Tents,

classes of ailments; children are treated pretended, completely upset Erskine, fairly the other way. It may, however, Skin Eruptions: Malarial Poison, or any Spruce Ladders,
whose "voice faltered IM argued that the tiiditiuu of the Sv Coppei Paints, ;:al'8, 1-3 :al' .
toes, at one hour men at another, women at ; he struggled very fact of the existence >tem requiring a Power ; fit!*
PrlntsanC8. another and soon. Two female doctors through the remainder of his speech and of only four tearing teeth gives fill Blood Purifier, use only the P. P. P. It Spar Vanish Oils and, gal's Leads, 1-2 gal'sqtpt...

: preside evenings to attend to female sank into his seat dispirited and shorn of countenance to the belief that nature has I i incoiupuruhle and invincible. F. W. DEVOID & CO'S all kinds.
patients who have to work during the his fame." supplied the IIUUKMI animal with fangs I i.1'.1'. Prickly AS},, Poke Hoot and Po- In KEADY MIXED FAINTS

Arlo1 dajtime. Every sort of ailment except Burke was also extremely sensitive, for devouring animal flesh if he is obliged I i I:I U.S.MUIU i> also:. the best |Kssil le tonic. Itnever fact aejthing tor Building or Sai1iu boats.

contagious diseases is freely treated here. Selwyn relates that he rose on one occasion or desirous &o to do. This is true, but I fails to bring your system: back to a Hart's Kloclt, OO Last liny M.,
I
Whatever of misery there is in this to speak, holding} a bundle of papers only to a limited extent, because wo now healthy condition when run down by sick-

)I perpetual stream of the hick( poor is not- in his hand, when a rough hewn country know that even the teeth, firm as they I I should nexs. or i IH.usvd overwork.l, During the spring it JACKSONVILLE.----__ __ rl.u __..,\_.__
It
viable in the main room. Dr. Charles member started up and said: ":\Ir. are, become, by constant habit of life i y everyltody. will build LUDDEN& BATES SOUTHERN MUSIC HOUSE.
- 6. Currior, the house physician, says agreat Speaker, I hope the honorable gentleman changed in form and character. The \ yon aHll'nable t up, give yon an appetite stand and digestion, -- -- -
to
many more women than men does not mean to read that largo canine tooth itself, even in the dog, has I and enervating your system our long
like
:summers.: Nothing it
bundle of papers and to bore with I been exceptionally so modified] from this PANOSISORCANSD
are treated" and that women seem to I Ix us a to aid digestion-never failing to cure the
long speech into the cause as to lead to characteristic
LOON more frequently ill, or are more prone to bargain. Burkewas a type I worst eist of,Iyspepsia.mm1 skin
U-lievc themselves ill, when they are not so suffocated with rage as to l>c of structure indicative i of the influence of tions, peculiar to the Southern climate erup, immediately -

e, so, than men, who are more practical capable of speech, and rushed out of in-I manner of life on growth when extended I dried up by its use
and come for help only when absolutely house.h l'n'r before," says Selwyn, I through many generations.-Hichu'wl1} I II !
nrcesary. "did I see the fable realized of a lion I in Longman's Magazine. I For Nervousness and Dvspepsia: use 1
put to flight by the of I'l'rrv'1.1\"l'r Pill .
braying
The an ass.-
women are for the mo>t part 1 neatly :
dressers" and the Gentleman Magazine. : Growth of American Railways. i j : I I
race majority of them look: For Cliills and Fever take LippmanV
i well, if not rugged, tliouga now and then The evolution of fbo railway and cf i ii j I'yralloer. I Mid-Summer SaleSMOW
a cough or other sign will l betoken the I Life of an Iron ](or1of'. i i its rolling stock follows the same laws ; --- ---- --- --I II II

,. fact that they are suffering As the !*'<'- The iron horse does not last much I|j which govern the rest of the world: I Wortli Knotting.Mr. I I
I'le( enter lie building they go to the first longer than the horse of flesh and stones," j adaptation to circumstances decides whatis i
;J f the small rooms, where the house: !slid an old New York Central engineerto fittest and that alone survives The W. II. Morgan, merchant Lake

n I,, |hjbieiin sits and tell him .what the a rejiorter recently "The ordinary scrap heap cf a great railway tells its :I City, Fla., was taken with a severe Cold, BUY'
life of locomotive own atttended with a distressing Cough and
mind. matter is. a is about thirty years. story. I' :
, "1 want a tooth pulled," anys one. Some of the smaller parts require renewing Our railways have now reached a development running into Consumption in its first AND PAY .SCOTTON

al I haw rheumatism," says another. every six months; the boiler tubes i I which is wonderful. The stages.. : He tried many so-called popular

friends, Others will have a headache, a backache last:; Jive years and the crank axles six i' railways of the United States if placed I cough remedies and steadily grew worse iS SOLD.rIDSU
;
!
may7iberlJ or a sprain, ami'!<> on. Y*ry fmiuentlv years; tires, boilers and fireproof boxes | continuously. would reach more than I Was reduced in flesh) had difilculty i in .
an inebriate" individual will enter. f'lom wx to seven years; the t-iiU! frames, half way to the moon. Their hriJges I breathing and was unable to sleep. Finally

"I've Teen on a spree and want to axles and other parts, thirty years. An alone would reach from New York to I I tried Dr. King's New Discovery

sober up," a young man will say. i important advantage is that a broken Liverpool. Notwithstanding the nuraI I for Consumption and found immediate ,; i:lr lER OFFER.
Soul 1 dose of bromide of potassium awl I part can he repaired, and does not conj j I her of accidents that we read ='t in the j relief, and after using about a half dozen

chloral given, and lie i* told to go home demn the whole locomotive to the junk "i daily papers statistics show thru less I j j bottles found himself well and has had M

JN and go to bed and come hack in a few shop, while, when a horse breaks;: a leg. I. persons are killed annually on railways I no return of the disease. No other remedy 1,000 :.'I'lrst-CIa f'inims ;.mtOrgans. .
hours. One I the whole animal is than are killed can show so grand record of t.r J>fc olcl in June JulAti \ .
woman calls and says!: she only worth the flesh by falling out fir win- a cures :.:;ii*>i mil? St'IHcI..bcr at Spot
. has a sifter with the "ammonia." and fat and bones, which amount to a very 'I dows.-Thomas Curtis Clarke in N'ribner's. I as Dr. King's New Discovery for Con Cash -rlces. 1:c,)'able, I

another has a friend with the "brown small sum in this country, where horseflesh :sumption. Guaranteed to do just what "raosi. $.l.e. CASH' MOWN.
: q1llllt Letters does find !! is claimed for it. Trial bottle OUA'"S. $10 CASH' DOWN,
and in the course of a day not its! wato the butch- I free at
)lEDhHltbr- much similar crversion of medical; er's market."-New York Mail\ and Ex- I! The Phonograph at Horn.. j i Dixon & Benson's Drug Store, Titusville.PYRAFUGE and 1st, ,tlili.tlaticu,'it1aoutlJ1tcre4t next or Xn.c.'her mlvaiicein :

owes nomenclature may Iw heard. The utmost press. American Wife (a few years I.'ncr) i lrice. All our I'iaiio! and OrKaiis -
civility and greatest kindness are ahnl'sl'ractil'l't.1 I John I want you to stop into Ribbon & iiit'lutlefl in this sale, our

toward patients at this dispensary. How to Keep a Scrap! look. I Co.'s, and get me a spool of white thread. j ji ceptions.Cheapest and Tour our choice Ue,t.from ISo ten ex-

A great many jainters are treated A well made up scrap lank i is a per-1 I i No. CO, and then go to Optic & Co. s and j lemlinir maker and over ;.1u"tit.letoi

ridi.opial for lead palsy at di>ensaries.. feet mine valuable, informal ion. It i is ,\ have this pair of eyeglasses changed to a | tutu J'rices.

0. "The lead that poisons them is taken not a rash statement to say that newspapers !! No. 24, and call at [Jo e's for two pairs j -SUMMER: BARGAINS 1888- I
- into the system through the mouth," are now the great educators of the j of black stockings for little Blanche No. !I

sail Dr. Starr.Vhen they quit work people, and there is not an issue of any i j i I G. and don't forget that we need coffee j i I Q MAy, New Mak,:-rs, New' Instruments, Nw I

they fall to eating their luncheon without reputable journal that does not contain J i and sugar, andHusbandTalk- I i Styles. NH\V !*riws. lireatliuprovi-juenH

waging their hands and so take in, little many golden nuggets which should Ix? it into the phonograph ill our I i"'I\'r Pr l'e.1 iu-trnutelts.' ,
belittle, enough lead to do the mischief. presern.l. If you have not been in the: I i my dear and I'll take the machine ,i A 8UBK CURB FOB Large par' enable IIH to oiler lleduml I

.n wild They brc-.it ho in the lead also in habit of collecting them you will find I along with me.Omaha WorkLt CHILLS, DUMB&.AGUELIPPMAN'S FEVER. Price.Here.... are. Camples.OIMf I

f, by warm, close rooms; but it is the stomach, yourself embarrassed at first by the grea I .- ) .. Ch.t ".e. tip.Ti -
, &ereUlbe and not, as might be supposed, the lungs; number of items you would like to clip music by Kleetrlclty. j gtAR0 \ y ,r:, 11hl" lJ. rirI l.t. I..r! ;.. Sii.

ThIs that become at first affected. The After a little while, however you willable be I Accounts reach of us of an inventionnow I 1 .">,' js.r II.'l. */, :<."sc rrill'.nUlfui, Full: / stn.'1) Tone.1G,..<'wUlJ iuarantttil ; I

electrical treatment applied to the muscles to use your practiced judgment; to being exhibited in Liverpool, by :a # ; f-rltvl and hunbe.! Milker's Prier, r
.nd isapple is the good advantage, selecting what Richard means of which ;.,.
most satisfactory, and will an Italian named Carlo i;

1mb.co.., soonest restore the nerves to their normal Henry Stoddard calls the "plums" from Bozza cannot only give-without other ] 1iiI iiS :\ A. I". 1!I" t j r",I ft; U 7': Octave Up-
condition the profusion before you. And you will aid than electricity- W I + ielrt4raudl.arg.r
performance '
.., ,
upon I ,, .f / a I **:'. -; II-N I.'un lion
There have been recent additions see the time when a scrap book filled variety of musical instruments at the '.:d" si. TU K--flinc Ivory Key*, Hichtttw
which make the work far more efficient with these "plnms" will be invaluable to same time but can also reproduce the I > PYRAFUGE lyaulrl'isuu." usually sold\ at S-ff) and S iV.Vitii ,
., today than it was in the dispensary of a you as a. compendium of condensed music ats any distance. Signor i Bozza ..1ttlkl'r' ivies, 70'.

r. quarter of a century ago. For instance knowledge. Keep a scrap book, by all has also invented a new musical instrument I 13 CALLED TILE \ Plnuo04 a Pluih Top Stool,
the doctors means.Philadelphia Times. I: HaiidHonie Cm cr, Instructor'
-- interest themselves in secur- playable only by electricity It is I Wonderful Chill and Fever ExpellerIt ,
Music nook and Freight .
J8 aUl.OCn
ing employment for painters disabled at I made of porcelain and from it he is said I sums the chills and fever tones up tin rc-tem,

t their- ,-trade *o ;is to make them unable to Surplus Million. of Chine,.... I to produce music unique in wpetmrf I gives sufferer.an: appetite, bringiiijj strength and health to the 0 RGAN-rrlltvcs,2 .tlf-t"..Kj
vwiunue at it then there The Chinese have been barred out of and penetration.- Elecrrical Review _
; again, are : ----- jHi 5Mops xiltrt Walnut CH.M JH;; ii
trained nurses in constant attendance at the United States and are being mobbed VM U Top.LanipManilsMusii; I'orket
the dispensaries, who instruct friends of out of Australia, and are unwelcome in Luxuriating In the Mi.Kle. Full Sweet TOIM- 11/11 Irice, il.jU.

JL Idioms how to care fur them at home, South and. Central America. Yt-t the St. Peter Ito( applc.anu'ho! an con, U1JU1J ORGAit. Four Full S..tsItwN,

and to if cases require it to go to the houses overflowing millions of China must find sid I 6 5 Klch r..se, i III 1;iutiful t.t'nuiutol4.Parlor orS -,

nurse the sick themselves. Bed sheets, some thinly populated country in whichto Applicant (confidently. 1'man American I ?an. Tl.ou<.anl4 M hl. All pur-
pillow cases, underclothing, skirts toil and they are looking for it allover I I. newspaper humorist. (Prickly Ash, Poke Root, and Potassium) hasrs delight. 1Grkcr.lhr., SJOO.:
dresses, etc., are also kept in stock at the world. It is evident from the St. Peter (dubiously) \\'el). I dimo. I with Each Organ a Flue Stool
CURES
an Instructor IuHic Cook
some of the dispensaries for free distribution reports of recent explorers in various I your case will have tc be <:ireiuliTOM All Freight Iatd. ana

among the worthy poor. parts of Africa. that they should turn I sidered I In the meantime: vet can lie''I

..restJ Medical experts in all departments their almond eyes toward the dark conti down in the shade of that cht,uiut ireeanJ SYPHILISPrimary 15 DAYS TRIAL
serve without for nent where will not be I wait. -Tho orh.Csi .
pay the experience and they overpoweredby Kj> ,Secondary,and Tertiary! Syphilis S rph-
the honor, and so excellent i-* the reputa- race prejudices, where they will finda --- ilitic Eruptions. Scrofula ami Scrofulous Eruptions Order and test m your own HOllie.o .
tion of some of the dispensaries that tolerable climate and productive soil, \.*..-.wo ('non." (jutt.Gen Ulcers and Old Sores. Rheumatism and money required until Instrument
all diseases of the blood all those that have
;
J jBanymemWrs of their medical staffs where they can introduce many of the XV 1" Seth| t t'\ I resisted other treatment yield steadily; and surely is satisfactory. We pay Freight both
e Uvii called to the larger hospitals customs and crafts that belong to Chinese western I If to the wonderful power of P. P. P., the great ways if no sale. Tlu fairest way to deal.
and crerys.al'r| as saying the lau WI; Blood Purifier. Our Instruments are y,,l and c1mp, and
made faculty members of their civilization, and where their 'aceful and demonstr .
:+tt-u 'hat city boys couMtnf.i trial
satisfied
f a always give a
bards.In
purchao
r.
industrious disposition will be of the .
-e I | fati
more iiiuJ Lar.Jship 1
i ; all iiMn-hiM. SCROFULA Send for Mltl-Su miner Hale Cir-
the annual report of the Demilt dishensarv I highest "alue.-Xew York Sun. i than countrv IK>\> cmilii rh.- irriu:,: cular.

oialii for last year it appears that'.7S00lktiple ,- electrical Detective t| larity of.army life v ... ; .uht It:*- t.mi J I Is an impurity in the blood producing Lumps or REMHMHEK. Is*..." >*t
were treated by that institu- I Camera.The j I lads, who were umlt-nld\ Swelling! causing Running Sores on the Arms Terms: Lest Jn.itrumfiU.1 t\nt Ht>i'>l3 nol O '-
-.1
: ten relation of crime is to rvuar of Feet, for the P'clU Freight Pairs tik: Trial Sir
for I electricity to >: tbd cure of which use P. P P., ; iv* ;
,10 dam every coneei"ablearieh'- of I which began with the invention of bur- ';'! Hong Public Opinn, ;J greatest blood medicine on earth. All these Yturs' (wiuirtnitfe; Sr"tf"1: One Price
:; and many more visited at their __ I diseases yield readily to the power of P. P. P., Only: Mint/Snveil-
home by its I glar alarm devices has been extended giving new life and new strength.
.
.. doctors. A doctor. will be
> \Tontftt in t'nxiit. LUDDEN & BATES
bent to I I in the shape of an electrical detective
they are visit any sick i>erson of whom '' camera, invented by two Newark men. I 1 I The Boston: 11:1".1 not>s that n.Jv H:, BLOOD POISON SOl tW9.R'i! MUS'C HOU E. *VA\NH. GA.
notified.
, Ten cents is charged j a. fraction over 14 t-i c -i.t. of the |
for each I I' Their idea is to have the device fixed in j I j ri.-cn
'jOIoj" those' who prescription made up only from: : the walls of banking houses behind the I population ot Massachusetts women. Cured in its worst form ; sometime in cas with A NEW & USEFUL DIGRESSION.I
It'slsl and able acknowledge they are willing i tellers, and so arranged as to photographwhoever i in spite of the sixty odd thcavuiJSUJHT Erysipelas, where the patient was in Eternal Pain. .
pojtf to pay it. By far the fluous and given up by the physician!". In tome ca ea
majority great stands at the teller's window, incase women" in the slaty. Scrofulous Ulcers broke out till the party was amas -'
pay nothing at all. It is an in- I -- -.- of corruption ; a bottle of P. P. P.
wresting the man's picture is wanted. The was have adltl to my stock of watches, Clock
commentary on the general : little button that does the work of A new vegetable fibs-,. cril!1.1 l .- i procured, and the disease yielded quickly. Plated Ware Je"elry. .-te. ; a coniplM- hue of fun-
pail drug store prices that ten cents i is i the open ; mootic, t? Imported! from labt! u :. ily Medicin, a tine s.rade of Clear. Cigarette. 1o-
nid to be fair ing camera shutter, making the ex 1 RHEUMATISMAnd bacco and Pit"a collcctinuof! KaucyGood*. Tote.
I. scriptions. For compensation for all pre ;.: posure, dropping the plate and putting in :1 Holland and i# made to take the j 1.1': ,.' Notions and Florida Curiosities: a good tock ot
every expensive cum moss and hair in upbolatery Stationery.and an af8ortrent of Candy and Confectionery -
POunl on Which there is a)oss of ten or a new plate will be under the teller'sdesk ;, in all Affections of the Blood. P.P.P.stands ; Scissors, pocket and table Cutlery Hay.
fifteen cents there so that he can without betraying j ---- I real'vmndertnl.alone and unrivaled. and some of its cures are ingditplated the above at ay New :More, Washington -
are two or three cheap Somebody now to kill otT I .' Atviiur. TltuIlI.
ones himself instantly take the picture of proposes : you are re"IJtot'ttully -
costing only two or three cents. I anyone ; Australian rabbits If you suffer from anything; like Syphilis,Scro invited to call and examine the name to*ati<>f y
,1- who excites his This by introducing fula Blood Poison 7d
has Lt : suspicion. samecamera gas Ulcers : Sores, Rheuma yourself as to price and quality. whether
[ en found impossible to die into their burrows. f fII tam, or any disease of the blood be you buy
criminate as to the of indoor j'I can be put up in police stationsin I give; P. P. P..a trial. sure and or not WATCH REPAIRING A SI'F.IALTY.Latest .
patient for eligibility the same way, and as the prisonersare i I but.// P. P. P. (Prickly Ash, Poke Root and Potassium approved Instrument and Tools, and -'iyeirs'
charity treatment. No one The value of the ) is practical experience in the watch and jewelry
annual of no secret medicine
can always brought in they can be photographed output patent like the many bnaine I shall! spare no painstaking to
determine II on the please ait
whether a man or without it and ter in Ireland is e&umaied at not I les market. Its formula Is on every bottle, to articles and .
women! is or is not able I knowing having a chanceto I. thus giving a guarantee of ita purity and whole- prices or Repairing and !lOP) TU
" to pay for the than $30.000.000 eomeness that xcarr A TRIG SHARE or TOCE PATR 4GE.
; tnediclIles} } distort their features when sitting forthe no other blood purifier does give.
used in their behalf. Tfte: Rogues' Gallery.-New York Sun. "'. (. (. BK.VM"a \<;.




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4 THE FLORIDA STAR, THURSDAY, JULY 5, 1888.
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THE FLORIDA STAR. Social and Literary Enter- time singing the laughable comic song I WHAT THE VISIT MEANS.A Death of Well- Known'rd IL BOla

tainment at Tltusv"Ille. "You Grow More Like Your Dad Every CINCINNATI June 30 -Rev. Fr&ncii

PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. When he to the laughing 1 i Xavier Wenninger, of the Society of
Day.
On last entertain- came JfSt1I, 00
Friday evening an PEACEFUL OR WARLIKE SOLUTION died in this city this morning of

ELLIS B. WAGER Editor ail Publisher ment for the benefit of St. John's Episco-i part in the chorus the whole house was .OF THI EASTERN QUESTION.A He was born in Germany in is05, and old ca age,,

pal Church, was given at Wager's Hall in a roar, and he was again forced to respond to this country ia 115. He WM the author
of .
$1.5O per Aiiiiui weather during the afternoon was I'I'The to an encore, singing the well- I Visit to Francis Joseph Like'y to Follow German.many ecclesiastical works published lnDrowned

Entered at the Pot Office at TiiusvilleasSfcon cry unpropitious, and fears were entertained known son? "Riding in a Pullman Car." I -A Prediction That the Crisis I* f.

that a wet evening would follow, :Mr.: HhoaJ., was thrown a handsome I Drawing Near-Comments on the Pope's at Picnic. *
which would, certainly, have deterred bouquet of flowers by a lady in the Latest Encycllcal-'orr.lln Note Melville gardens, Hm ham, afternoon where at cPC

A SQCAUE 10 one Inch In space; 21 squares I audience.In June 80. Some of the French East Boston bad loou I
make a column. many from attending and giving their I LONDON, people gather for a picnic,

Fonulvertisins rates enquire of the Editoralways to this charitable object. However the tableau, "Yes or No," :Miss: : newspapers which are never at a loss to a boat containing; a party of four wag up Ie\
patronage
two cent stamp. occult motive the in a sD\.1.111lke and Miss 31ag.ie Cam 1o4t
enclosing Pritchard looked charming in her ascribe some to happenings pta:y
the weather cleared toward quite aged nit'eltfcn: was drown .
up
TilE STAR is: the OFFICIAL newspaperfor of their German neighbor are hinting Jd'p

Brevard county. evening which tended to induce a very representation of a young lady decidingan that the real reason for the visit of Emperor .\ Youth' Crime.

The Star haM the Largest circulationof fair house. answer to a proposal just received. : William to the czar is that Bismarck has be- JACgs..ViLic. F.a.June?..-Tna S**

any paper on the East coast!' of I la.TITU.SVILLE The general entertainment, which com Our reporter thinks that her final decision j! com H'anuetl at Russia's strength and evident year-od! son of H e ':'_,' Deem bis mmtr fifteen".ae1 *

-------- -------------------- must have been "No !" i j i purpose to force a war in which Germany -, to poisoning his father and family and 11 t>>
menced 8:00 little
DIKECTOKY.Towy at was a lengthy, to
: Sentinel I" will be obliged to take a They : jail He had stolen a jL.toi and other
:Mr. Altree "Thy am part. r&C
sang:
Gaul-
therefore it stated Colonel
Towy orrtcEtu.UarnrGeorge was by articles an.l his father had ordVn-1
I I' claim that ia order to concentrate the czar, him to
j jchair" with voice
R Rumph. den (whom we "took the more expression and better return them. lie tnrlatent"\l\ to oha-.ti
may say footing him
and -
place Germany on a more friendly
(Vrk-H. F. AtViuw than before. This is well adapted or turn hin over to otlkvr* .,f th
# :Marshal: and Tax Collector-T. W. Smith. ) that no encores would be per- song I ; with Russia the Iron Chancellor decided Deems died Uw iii'ltC'
yesterday and the
AMermMi-S.AtI-p""or-S. F.H.Gray.Hay, It. P. addison A. I* Gaul- mitted in consequence of the length of to his voice, and the !scene was improved I that a royal visit, the highest honor that children will air, making five vu-tina other in two all

len, J. M:: I'ixon. I. B. Di f'Jow. which consisted of by his representing: himself as guardianover could be paid the czar, must be undertaken.As '
:
I
songs: ,
r second Thursday night of eachmonth. programme, .Maxwell lint Ou.. aid
Tuwn CouLcil meet Chanre.JEFTERSOX :
a young lady while a!'leep. He was evidence of Bismarck's fear of Russia, K
recitations: tableaux, music, etc., all of I CITY, Ma, Junei, 3
these cite the recent speech of Wile .vernor
papers .
CHURCHES.First which were gone through in a manner I dressed in a handsome uniform with a liam to the reichsta, which they do not fora ilorehouse refu+nl, Thursday, to rant a .

Presbyterian Church Pine street Sunday wept at 11 of worthy of the participants. sword. His singing; was highly appreciated. moment doubt Bismarck wrote which not : respite of sixty diyto !Maxwell tn,, mar nro
Washington avenue Service every derer of Frellor.: He informs
Sunday School 9:-O a. m. only breathes a decidedly friendly spirit to- !j Maxwell's
a.m. and 7:30 p. m. ; The programme was really a interesting -
at ::30. very lawyers, how.+ver, that he would
PrayertPetinz every Wednesday evening wards Russia, they say but makes an open ; grant thema
p..... John Foy. Pa-tnr. All are(cordially imited.1USONIC. one, and we cannot do better "The Conquered Banner, a recitation bid for an alliance with that country. It is hearing on Monday July y, on an applic

than give a slight sketch of the entertainment i by little :Miss: Katie Pritchard, was given pointed out that directly after the reichtag tion to commute the sentence to imprisonment 2

Indian River Lodge F. k A.1.:: meets the Friday with such expression that she fully deserved speech comes the letter to Russia announc for life. &
it which ;
i
as proceeded, was as '
month.
eve on or prior to full moon every ing William's successor in which is a further'
all the she received for
W.1. applause Foreign Note
,
A. A STEWART p
j. MEKDF.L.: Sec follows : I exhibition of the same manifest desire for
her happy little recitation.The friendly relations and that how comes the The principal point in the pope'g second i
on the Calendar.Speakinsof The tableau, "Rock of Ages, was per- IIpl
Florida last on the list waa comic song, 1 1"He's visit of the emperor to St. Petersburg."No rescript regarding Ireland is the Vatican'sabsolute
bills sonified Miss Ronald. The effect of }
and by
calendar
the up neutrality.
f stronger evidence, says one of these
the Picture of His Mr.::
on it, it maybe of interest to run over this young lady clinging to a large siiow- Daddy, by papers "is wanted to show Europe the nature -' Commissioner Bi.::elow gave a banquet to I

list of those which affect Florida. white cross upon a mound of rock, was G. Davies. Like all the comic songs, of Bismarck's plans nor will Europe be- ,, celebrate the opening of the American section ard
the this piece took well, and :Mr.: Davies' best lieve that the royal visit is intended for any of the Brussels exhibition.

Here they are as they stand on the House extremely picturesque, and Miss Ronald is in his comic character other purpose than to attempt to win Russia'over The fiftieth anniversary of the coronation =

and Senate calendars. Those on the is to be complimented on the effect she part displayed:: to the alliance with Germany, which of Queen Victoria was generally ohserreJ, '"

follows produced. songs. This song was loudly applauded.This would serve as a protection on the one hand, : Thursday, throughout England b
calendar are as : !
House! concluded the entertainment, and on the other, render Russia neutral in ,, At a meeting of the sacred college; Thursday IIt
the limit of appro- Mrs. Turner followed next with a "
to change Franco-German
An act which 'followed by ice-cream cake the event of a war. the pope declared himself opposed fa)
was
:
,
priations for the public building at Jacksonville piano solo. Her playing was bold and There is little question that the visit of Catholics participating in political election
and lemonade,while very pretty bouquetsof William to the czar to be foil owed immedi- in
Fla. An act making an appropriation accurate ; her touch of a nature to en- Italy. e
flowers were vended by the little ately by: one to Francis Joseph, implies that The London Daily News says that the
able her attack with the utmost
of to
for the erection a lighthouseon ex-
be the
is in
flower girls. there shortly to some change French governor has purchased Maxim's new
the high land (mainland) to the west- actitude, the most difficult passages, and statu quo in Europe. The profession of a repeating gun which fires sixty round 1
On the whole the entertainment
ward of Crooked river, Florida.A her general style of playing was charm- was a strong desire for peace by the young Em-" a minutes I
and all appeared to haye William be taken cum I Isalia. 1
success, present peror may grano Prince Ferdinand of Bulgaria, has
of theTreasury in the extreme. remitted -
authorize the Secretary '
bill to ing \
All know that Germany
the diplomates -
the of
thoroughly enjoyed it. Great credit is sentence imprisonment fan- 1
to settle and pay the claim of Mr. Geo. Davies sung the song "Little never has been a true ally of Austria- who !
posed upon Maj. Popoff, was convicted
due to :Mrs.: Pritchard Mrs Gaulden i
of Hero with credit it Hungary who unofficially is continually of in frauds in the
the State of Florida on account expenditures as requires a complicity Bulgarian war
:Mrs.: Brown and Miss Pritchard for the doubting Bismarck's faith by congratulating office. ll
made in suppressing Indian hostilities voice that is sympathetic as well anaircte
herself that the alliance is still maintained.
indefatigable manner in which they all I A mob of 1,000 people attacked a legal
and for other purposes.An and sailor-like to do it justi(e. This results from the fact that ten years
commission engaged in amalgamating small
worked to insure the of the o
success en-
act to pension Bartola Thebaut, a The song, "Three Young :Maids: of ago Germany sacrificed Turkey, and throughher agricultural holdings: .. Foldvar, a town of
tertainment.It Austria's permanent interests to Russia.If .
soldier in the Florida and Seminole Indian Lea," in costume, by the Misses Decker Germany meant the conservation of Hungary in Transy 1\&nia. A judge and
i is to be regretted that Mrs. Gaulden peace notary were wounded. Tie commission!
war of 1849 and 1850. and Egger for the first part ; and :Misses: along with the status quo of Austria and t
escaped with difficulty. A bystander -cgs
-who is foremost in
s+ A bill to relieve purchasers! of, and to }Pritchard, Ro!'ser and Norwood, as always assistingand : Russia as regards the Balkans, she could J killed. I
furthering the charitable entertainments effect it very easily by simply assuring l
------ -- -
certain States for and "Three Old Maids of Lea, was a taking
swamp
indemnify t
-was unable to be present through Russia that she will not assent to her acqui- Geological Effects rf Ire.The .
overflowed lands disposed of, and for part with the audience. The change of sition of dominant influence in the Balkans. t
geological tffc-ct-of ire
indisposition. However, we are glad to But that is just exactly what she doss assent ; stem tohave 1
other effect from the young maids to the old been greatly .'xtggrate.l. From
purposes. see her about again. to, and that constitutes her expression of
Those on the Senate calendar are as follows maids was extremely laughable, and the friendship to Russia against as against personal stiuly of livinLicitrs in Norway r
The proceeds of the entcrtainml1tamounted
make-up was excellent. This part was Austria. The permanent interest Germany :\11 : to about $35. Professor J. W. Siii,.erdeclar's that the
is not opposed to a conflict between
for the of considerable laughter.
A hill for and climate a cause
survey I Austria and Russia for sha desires to see potency latH) jIaoiers to act as peat
railroad from the mainland to Key "\Ve t, :Miss: Ethel Rumph's recitation, "Aunt .-!ustria push her way eastward and obtain eroding agent.. t\-ji>nblt..>f ..i'fanuig el own

Fla. and for a canal connecting the same Tabitha," wa. remarkably well givenand A bartender at a Coney Isla:.i hoV-i was I contro' cf the Balkans, but only under conditions I half a continent.or !i.lui'4 out great

with the St. Johns river, for military and she deserved all the applause she re shot and instantly killi by" druik! borse th at will enable Germany to incorporate valley or Lake asins.. or tun i>f greatlymodifying
: jockey. Austria's German states, Bohemia them i N iwt t-trongly negatived. i ir

naval purposes. ceived. Several j er.-Oii> were fatally n.j.ire.I atCumbeilan.t. and Silicia. I .-Boston lutlgt.t.X'I'IC'l.

the lands in Mrs. Restall old but nevertheless Md: the of l. That crisis is is I
A bill to withdraw public sang an by expl MO t a )- a rapidly approaching predicted -

the State of Florida, from all entry, except good song, entitled, "Thy Voiceis cuinotu e boihr. by Thursday's speech of Premier Von
Two p' "SfJl1 were killed and one **riouslyinjun..l Tisza in closing the Hungarian delegation,
homestead: entry and settlement. Near ;" and later on !she snug "Ah, I in a collision!! on the Philsaell'hia &= who said he hoped the allied powers were earn- :.

Authorizing a special committee of have Sighed to Rest Me," from Verdi's Reading r.Miroad, at SchujkiJ ilavm. Pa. estly desirous of a peace compatible with a .

immortal Trovatore with good The \\ueof J. E. Henrier, of cV Tneater fair status which would ba able to consolidate Under and by virt'aeof an order luaJi
five Senators to investigate in Flori- opera, Royal!, Montreal buraei to d:.J.tl1. A lamp affairs peacefully, so that no further by the Honorable Judge Ilioome, Judge C

da the question of fraudulent land patents effect. This is one of the favorite opera- expiwl-! sacrifices, such as had been recently made by of the 7th Judicial Circuit of the State of

etc. tic airy that never grow old-especially l:+wild E-rloif, and Mrs.! Charles 8.U1lers the European status, would be necessary."De Florida, in and for Urevard county. i in

if by who has a cultivated were drowned in Chicago: barb 'r by ti.a capsizing the matter of the estates: of Mary Annif
for the sung anyone I Llbertate Hamana-"
A bill making an appropriation
; of a Ixiiit. Gray. Fannie Gray, and Ella:
establishment of a light or lights, and voice. Patrick Gallagher! : fell down a mine shaft, I ROME, June 30.-The Roman press to-day I Louisa Gramfants., under the age of
The duet "Forest Ramble by the I hundred discusses the text of the pope's latest encycj j 21 "I will sell for cash to the
t: other aids to navigation to guide into St. a distance of six feat, at Sranton, heal "De Libertate Humana." j years. ,
Miles Egger showed considerable talentin Pa. His body w\s: horribly trait ie.t. highest and best bidder, in front of the
Andrews Bay, Florida. At Dunmore. Ky., two men uiiin.'.i Tamer The Papalo is inclined to believe that the I Court-house door in 'I'it usville. Rrevard ,

A bill for the forfeiture of the land these young ladies. Their voices and Jackson qunne.eii over a game of car .. document will change nothing substantiallyin county aforesaid! within the legal hour

granted to the State of Florida for the blended well, and showed they have had Jackson shot Turner twice, iron the effectsof the existing situation. of sale. on the Cth day of August, A. I>>>-
The Fracassa that this utter-
V The which ho died. Capitan says 1SSS. all the following described real estate -
construction of certain lines of railroad some training. applause they received ance is no longer the majestic affirmation of
Five persons were ceriously injured in an situate lying, and being in the
I in the State. A bill granting aid in the was deservedly earned. accident at Marsh & Sons' coal mine, near the permanent lordship of the church but county of Urevard and State of Florida

M construction of railroad from the town Little Miss Jennie Altree recited "TileWife's Belleville, III. rather resembles the cry of a shipwreckedsailor to-wit :

Story a tale. She A boiler explosion at Rogue's: mil":, near who sees the waves rising around The east half of the north-east quarter
temperance
t i of Titusville, Brevard County, Fla., to the EtHnghain, In., kultd two men; and seriously him.The I of the north-west and the northwest
quarter
Bight of Canaveral.with a branch to Ba- gave it with much pathos and feeling, injured three others. Reforms' points out that the pope I quarter of the north-east. quarter oi

nana river in said State. and we consider it to have been one of An employ of the Oaio A jlis: ;ippi: simultaneously puts forth a document in J section 17, township, south of range
which not one charge is brought against the
the best recitations of the evening. She Railroad company at North \Vn.mi, I :d., 35; east ; also two acres, more or less, in
Tim I TIltX.\1. REVENUE CON SO LI DATION. vias&tr.ous'.j= : w muled by a Mil d .'(.!,..i.ed Italian government, and authentically an- the south-west of said section.
was loudly and enthusiastically applauded. .' : nounces that he has no intention of leaving quarter
from a l' "tul j h a rip ssu-k!: wr. ( : i.;" *,, ed township and range; and also 38 acres

The citizens of Florida will be plea-ed tn Miss: Jennie, you did remarkablywell in a l'd ": i.:- sir wh:le a++ -'i-t.; i.1 ::...I.-er. spread Rome, thus by his contradicting extreme supporters.personally The rumors Re- more or less, in the south-east quarter

1 learn that prompt action of Senators Call and we congratulate you. I rin Henr_ bug) o'Neil ae. a t n-cnr.old t.,.v.v.. s fatally forma adds that the pope has the best meansof the north-west and quarter of said section of the
township being part
aided the of the Mr. G. H. Altree next followed with a kicked male i-- ..mviile; knowing that the present Italian govern- range .
and Pasco, by appeals by n near ; estates of the said infants respectively.Dated

State, have induced Senator Brown to song, entitled, "What Will You Do, I Kentucky. ment persecution, so far, have from only following a policy; the of policy defense of, this 2nd day of July, A. D1SS3. .

withdraw proposition for a consolidation Love," the singing of which did him I'ulitifsil i'oiiiK-i*. firmly applied but carried on within the .

of the Florida and Georgia Internal great credit. It was thoroughly appreciated -I Ex-Mayer Seth Low. o" !Jr
the audience who him mugwump thicaiiipui: ;;i.. Whatever the cause the Ref orma is con-
: Revenue 1)i tricts. It is not known by gave Manv Ii.diaiia towns have UI"II 'a.- raised tent to state the significant fact that the Jones & Williams.

now what the Senator's next move will quite ah ovation. Harrison n-ul Motione\ *. pope personally, if Indirectly refutes the ac- Solicitors for said Guardians. J*

be. He has not given up the fight, but Little :Miss: Ender looked very pretty The Buffalo N-\\p tJH.* 'irclnre! .1 f r Harrison cusation brought by his organs against the
an.I t ortoI. It .'i!>t'()i t':ii .Mriimd! in Italian government MASTER'S SAM
in the tableau "Flower of the
Family.
he l>e able to shape it in some other 1854.
remembered i
may It will be that as a result of that under an' -
way, so as to relieve the State of Florida A recitation, "Creed of the Bell," by William H. E-irmnii vj..- 1.-O.r' : "nir- the request made to the pope by Cardinal Notice virtue of is hereby final decree given of sale and foreclosure -

the :Miss: Ronald was given in a charming i i man of the Democrat:!* N-iUi::. i .,:tee, Gibbons in favor of the American industrial by a Honorable JohnI
from its anxiety on subject. rendered by the
a I! Tuesday nit:. organization known as the Knights of Labor
fur
remains manner, and she met with well-merited ). Broome Judge of the Circuit Court
The Florida War Claims bill : ,
P. T. Ban s s.y! thousands rf l-i-1!" Americans the Vatican gave a provisional understanding the Seventh Judicial Circuit of the State oi

ia slat jM- There seems to be no applause. j I' will v.itf mss Republican tt'.euse to his eminence that the society shouldnot A. v>
of Mar
This was followed by Mr. C. Rhoau\j| of the tar.ff i-?ua.i be condemned. Thereupon the Canadian Florida, on the 29th day ,
Ut chance of getting it up again in the Hous I II 1888 in certain cause in Chancery! therein -
'i Dudley F act
i>u.titan bishops opposed to organization requestedthat
while the tariff and nobody whose appearance on the stage was the ; i in the Circuit Court for Bren.rdCountv
a runs, can I I of Eastern Indiana.MiiMi.poi.: .!:11,011. the matter be submitted to the congregation -i pending wherein
predict when that will end. Possibly I signal for great and enthusiastic ap- !!1 He would not vote for Blain 1.. >-!. of the holy office. This was done and and for the circuit aforesaid,

in July, possibly not-CorrcfpomhntTime plause. He sang "Call Her Back and j Mr. Cleveland told the notif.-....u.ioin- I that body bas now considered the matter, its DwSght M. Seward defendant H complainantand I a.i
'' | mitte Tuesday afternoon that he \\nuui again decision being a tolerario that is to William Cleveland is
; posse,
*<<- Union.A Kiss Her. So well was this received by i> sell for cash, to
accept the nomination. His letter of accept- i say, it is permitted to Catholics to form a i Master in Chancery, will bin,
occurred an appreciative audience that he was': ance will be published in a few da\"s j part of the association. \ the highest bidder,on Monday, August
shocking tragedy seven in
This decision will be i 1S88 the same being the first Monday
compelled to return, and in response' I communicated to the +e
miles north of Orlando Wekiva station I I I i the month in front of the Court iou
Slain Their
Accidentally By Father American bishops by the congregation of ,
in the the audience iI i-
"Something City County'Florida
on the T. O. & AA. railroad last Thursdav.An I j sang KNOXVII.LE, Tenn., June CO.-A shocking the propaganda.: The p >pe desires however I door, in Titusville. Urevard I{

Englishman named Busk was shutdown i being highly delighted with hisI 'affair occurred Thursday evening near I that the brief of the holy office should not be between the legal hours of saleall Wit!:

i I singing. : Marly. Wendell Whitcornb was at his barn 1! published.Got the following described real estate, to- ;
in his house and robbt-d before bed i j i killing rats with a shotgun. He fired a I All that certain lot, or tract of land *u

ii':' time. He and Cha*. Judson kept a small Messrs G. H. Altree and G. Davies charge at one of the rodents but the missiles H Verdict for One Farthing. the buildings thereon, situated, lyins ana of

grocery store, and Busk was in Orlando 'i| sang "The Upper Ten and Lower Five," went wide of the mark flying to the porch LoDOJuno 30.-The libel suit of the being on )1 rritt'4 Hand, in the county 3.

'1 i in character and took the allottedto of his residence, where his two young daughters celebrated Jockey Woods against thei Brevard and Stale of Florida, descril'rt
I' the day before with a roll of money. He parts were sitting, the load striking both, i i Licenced Victualler's Gazette has been de- follows, to-wit :

'I returned home about sundown. Beforehe them in a first-class manner. It wa* killing one instantly and fatally wounding \ cided. Woods sued for 5,000, and the jury The north half of the south-w-t quarters

returned a negro who had been loafing received with enthu,ia m. : the other. TIe father u almost prostratedwith 'I brought in a verdict for one farthing. ( e )1> of section ten ((10)), in township!.+sis!
south of range thirty
i around, 1kedl 1tdwhen Bu k :Mrs.: 1V. M. Brown, in her uual good grief. Apaches on the War Fat'i. ;

would return. When. the neighbors I style, vividly recited "The Lightning Echo of the Harper Wheat DeaL ( EL PASO, Tex., June 29.-Collector Joseph I southeast( ) :
( CHICAGO, June 29.-Yesterday afternoon has received notice r
heard the shot they vent to his house 1 Rod Dispenser." In this we really think commenced J. B. Magoffln from Deputy section ten ((10)), township twt'ntJtour -'
suit was by Mayo and ;I Collector V. C. Wilson, stationed in southern 'I south of thirty-six I,,';II'a't* C
and which but Mrs. Brown exceeded her previous Franklin Spencer, stockholder of the that range
saw a light was put out, :, en- Arizona a band of Apaches is tainin hundre l aereS1Vitnes ..
i the murderer escaped. The murderedman's ;! deavors, and she was enthusiastically applauded American Exchange National: bank, against !' again; abroad inaurauding and snurdering.I one hand and seal this ..I*. Jar
1 David W. Irwin to compel him to refund tc A of cow toys killed I my
pockets were turned side party report they an
wrong which deserved. ISSi .
She I of A. IX
out, and pieces of his watch shot into his [ was fully : the bank $C9y,2UO.::! The suit ia an outgrowthof j I Apache in the Sin Jose range of mountains, May, : \.MM. .. .
W.\ -
heart. A post mortem examination has i gave it with grand effect and expression, the celebrated June wheat deal of ISSN, 1 but were unable to get the body because I LTFItMaster in Cham-cry.

been held, and the sheriff and pos e meN'arching and was very highly complimented.Mr. i I which wrecked the Cincinnati Fidelity bank j other Apaches were firing on them from JOSK-: & \VlLIJAM-, .
and E. L. Harper. Collector I t
: concealment. Deputy Wilson
I for the murderer. I :: C. Rhoads again appeared, this i i I the Indians kiln two Jexican smugglers say Complainant's :o1icjteJr'J



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THE FLORIDA STAR, THURSDAY, JULY 5, 1SS3.BOLD {)

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BANDITS OF CUBA.RICH STORMS ON THE ATLANTIC COAST.An I OLD WOULD NEWS NOTES. j THURMAN ACCEPTS. I POINTED PAR.\G AHS.

Italian Brig Driven Ashore-Numer. The Democratic Notification Committee Topics of the Times Given in Tr nil
II
PLANTERS ABDUCTED AND ons Small Craft Serious Damaged. Calls on the Judge at Columbus. Spicy Manner. t
:
HELD FOR RANSOM. I POINT PLEASANT, N. J., June 33.-At a I EMPEROR WILLIAM TO VISIT ST. COLUMBUS 0., June 30,-The Democratic The shortage of James M Ew.us, :ate district -

late hour Thursday night, the Italian brig I PETERSBURG. i ij National notification committee, appointedat \ clerk of the department of j.sti e

Carrara was! driven ashore during the storm I the St. Louis convention to officially amounts to 9,7.w.71

A. Citizen of Havana Fatally Stabbed by at Squaw inlet. Her signals of distress; were Great Preparations Being Made for the notify Hon. Allen G. Thurman of his nomination -1 The gold fever has broken out aain at

wn Robbers-A Noted Bandit of seen by the life saving crew, but there were for the vice presidency, arrived here Ishpeming. :Mich.
rBkn Hand unable to take off the captain and crew of Coming Event-The Fiftieth Anniversary i| by a special train. Twenty thousand boxes of lemon-:ul the

marl Garcia' Captured-Another ten men until 5 o'clock in the morning, of the Queen's Coronation Cele-i I There were forty-one in the party, including -, same quantity of oranges were au;: hu' oil

f Caught Who Makes a Confession.! when they were landed by means of the 1 bratcd in EnJand-Other Dispatches. several members of the National com i at New York.Profe'Sor a

HAVANA, July 2.-Iii Abrens, near Cienfofjosi breeches buoy. The captain reported that !' ST PETERSBURG, June 20.-Bnlhant: fetes mittee. At 1 o'clock the committee, escorted !{ L. Haynes was removed from

Daniel Cueto, a rich planter, has one of the crew had been washed overboard j and being at St. by local Democrats appointed from the i the faculty of a bm leo collie in South Carolina i
unknown bandit and drcwned. receptions are prepared I Thurman and Jackson clubs, were driven to I because of his e\tn-n views on the
been kidnaped by an sup Petersburg with which to honor the visit of
j the judge's residence and performed their subject of prohibition.
posed to be from the Montagas gang. His 'i Small Craft Badly Damaged. I Emperor William, who will arrive on the !: official duty. I The Boston slip Farragut: is supposed to

fly h" been advised by one of the gang ASTORIA, L. I., June :&).-The storm royal yacht Hohenzollern on the ItJth of :,, The committee was then received in the have been wrecked. Sh wt comrranJed

that Cueto is held in an unknown place until .. Thursday night played havoc with the yachts July, attended by an imposing suite. Yesterday parlors of the Thurman residence. Chair- by Capt. Ruhard Herd whose wife ami

; f 12,000 in gold is paid for his ransom. ,of the Williatnsburgb. Yacht club anchoredof the czar met Gen. Von Pape, who man Collins very briefly stated the object of daughter! accompanied him. T\tmty-t".Yo of ,

Unless the money is promptly sent he will be I Imurdez'ed. Steinway village. Several were driven was sent to the Russian court to announce the call when Charles D. Jacob mayor of the crew were Boston men. iAn

I ashore, and sustained serious damage. At I the accession of Emperor William to the Louisville Ky., read the formal letter of notification I old negro preacher, living on a pLantation x

Tuesday night, while Francisco Garcia Bowery Bay beach over fifty row boats of which he was the author It | near Rochester. Ky., declares that ho +'j'
On throne of He received with
broke loose, and in the morning were found Germany. was was signed: by all the members of the com daily converges with the Anel; Gabriel, nut .
Castro, of Havana, was sitting at his door, strewn along the beach. The sloop yacht I great ceremony as the message bearer of the trittee.lddressing: i he has been delegated to lead nil 1m p-opli*

be was assaulted by three men, who, after Violet, owned by Walter Foster, Jr., was king, and was afterwards the chief guest at Judge Thurman he said back to their: native land ii the wilds of''

robbing him, stabbed lam three times in the 1 blown ashore and had a large hole stove in I a state dinner given at the P terhof. 1 .. :ou embrace the highest type of American i Africa, where they are to evan':ehzj the

back, inflicting fatal injuries. The robbers her side. !' and matter what the of the
I This letter announcing Emperor William's citizenship, no crisis I savages dark continent.

escaped. The boat house of the Astoria Athletic I accession was written in Russia and recallsto I might be the government would be safe in William Moore, a colored mats who

June negroes. have been arrested, and are club broke loose from its fastenings and was j the czar the words of old Kaiser William, ': your hands. assaulted a white woman at Mittoon, III.,

DOW in Ail in Alfonzo Doce, charged with a driven between two docks sustaining serious i t when on his deathbed, he urged his successors In reply Judge Thurman thanked the committee I' was taken flora jail and lynched by masked

Cripple murder in the Cacoa plantation, damage. One large sloop yacht belonging i, to maintain friendship with Ru; ia. for their courtesy He was profoundly -
of Mantanzas. Marcialo Chanez, a to W Whittaker of Green Point blown for the nomination because men.George
province was The letter was very friendly in its tone and grateful Wilson was hanged for wife murder -
noted bandit belonging to Manuel Garci" high on the shore, and badly strained. points to a policy of a close alliance with the it was unsought and undesired by him; not I at Rochester, N. Y.

bAnd, has been captured while traveling by czar, for the mutual interests of Russia and that he undre&timated the distinction, but ho I Great preparations are being made for the

rail from Pozo P.edondo to San Felipe, two IMPRISONED IN A CAISS.N. Germany. Political Europe is anxiously had ceased to be amitious for public honors. coming reunion at Gettysburg.

small cities near Havana.A Narrow Escape of Three Men While Budding awaiting the outcome of the royal visit, and I The country is honestly governed he said, Wallace Mitchell, a murderer at Sviicuse.Kan. .

hangman, accompanied by a strong a Rridge at Omaha. some wise heads pretend to see as a result, a I and the interests of the counrty require : ., was lynched on the pot where:' he
bas left Havana to execute in Man- i Cleveland's re-election and the that he
guard, bond between the emperors, which presages i hope committed the murder i
Uoias. the Cespo murderer. He carries the James OMAHA, Neb., June 30.-John Hurley, no good for Austria Hungary. might contribute to this result had its influence Governor Buckner has ordered a company
and John
Dody Brady, laborers in the
jirrec with him. caisson The speculators are alarmed over the fail- in inducing him to accept of militia to Pikeville. Ky., to hold thOR
on pier No. 4 of the Omaha &
special from Puerto Principe says that Council Bluffs ure of the Panama canal: loan. Little more Judge Thurman expressed himself as be- state ornaments, the Hitflelds. nau"!>t a
bandits assaulted Felix bridge, now being built acrossthe
Deren-
seven armed thin half of the subscription has been taken, ing in favor of reducing taxation so that a band from old Virgmny, aid to orgiuiz-- iP
Missouri
river entered the caisson 7
at
guer,a rich planter residing near the Minas o'clock and the market is exceedingly touching in surplus would not accumulate in the treasury I ing to recapture them.

village, and demanded fifty gold ounces, Thursday morning. AtI o'clock regard to Couut De Lessep's undertaking. ; which he believed to be a great dangerto Gen. Harrison will be formally notified bya
murder if the not they did not come out as expected, but sig-
threatening money was the institutions of the country.
committee of the Republican National
pud. Berengeur had not that amount in the nalled that they could not do so. Peaceful Pronpect Judge Thurman read his entire speech and ;
convention at Indianapolis July 4 of his
house,and was obliged to deliver the amountin One of the two doors of the air lock PESTH, Ju:ie 2 .-Premier Von Tisza inclosing was frequently applauded. An informal reception nomination for the presideuiy Hon. I. P.

cattle and other live stock, which the bandits through which they passed from the outer the Hungarian delegation said he followed, in which Mrs. Thurman Morton will be notitled at a later date.
drove the roads. air into the forty pounds! of pressure under
along hoped that tin allied powers were earnestly participated.
boldly Reports from Navajo country state that ,
which work had become cemented
they fast.
affair telegraphed
tbe the
was to desirous of a peace compatible with a fair
some of the roving members of that tribe are
governor of Puerto Principe, who set troops i The forty pounds pressure kept the water status which would be able to consolidate: Artillerists at Gettysburg Incoming turbulent and annoy settlers.
back and the men dared not the lower GETTYSBURG Pa. June 30. Two hatter-
to their track. Tbe soldiers captured one open affairs peacefully, so that no further sacrifices Indians who attacked said
a are
door, but built an extra door and by 6.50 ies of United States heavy artillery under prospector
bandit, who made a full confession, and said such as had been recently made by the to have been United States scouts, employed
o'clock in the evening the men were taken command of Cot Livingston arrived from
the robbers were going to capture a son of European states would be necessary. in Gerommo's raid. A single white manplaces
Abel de Varona, another rich planter, who out. They had been under forty pounds Fort :McHonry at noon Thursdayand laterASTILLERY himself J in danger when traveling

is residing on his est.ateSanta Ritta, near pressure for nearly twelve hours, or ax Coronation Anniversary.LONDON .

Bersnguer's. As soon as: Varona got this times: as long as it ia considered safe to remain June ).-The fiftieth anniversary through Mrs.: Folsom tLe reservation., the mother of Mi's. Cleve- ( i

information he set out to Puerto Principewith there. One of the men was! completely of tlw (coronation of Queen Victoriawas I J land, arrived at New York from EuropeTbe .

his whole family und r miiitzry pro paralyzed, and it will be several weeks before generally observed throu,aout England.At sensational

tection. he can be about again. Windsor belts were rung and a royal I .cr r yearling Nit King;
Thomas for which L. O Applaby paid $33.
'
salute was filed. Salutes were fired at tae f' <'c.! ] -I -- I
NO SETTLEMENT REACHED.One : A Romance of Two Countries. I 1 c.- 000 at Haggins' sale, has been resjld to Senator -
various military stations at A grand ( J
noon.
(
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-- HELENA Mont June SO. Tbe death of I r Hearst for $WO'O.
;
SI
,
I It
Windsor
state dinner last at _. _
was given night I .
Hundred TlioiiH md A u.tl ited Men IL-.o"'J" '
: : ;\\\\: Norwalk
; Miss Fore from consumption at Oakland 0., Frank Kenuui, ti;imp
,
to i:.., Out ur UnrU.PmsBtRO CaL, a few days ago, was the end of a sad Cattle in houor of the coronation. I :V lli iY [_W very full of liquor, draaic a glass of water

June 3X-TLe J last conference romance. Miss Force was a beautiful girl Dr. Mackenzie in S\"Uzerland. : ;-- I and fell dead. There u a moral in this incident -
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between the forty-five iron manufacturers and belonged to a wealthy family in Plain- LONDON Juue :M.-It is learned that Dr. j :: somewhere, but its exact: loe.itu.i will

and the scale committee of tho Amalgamated: field, N. J. Traveling in Europe a few years Mackenzie is. at present in Switzerland, ; DRILL. depend upon the party *to which the moral-

Associatian of Iron and Steel Workers priorto ago she met Count Dratke. a Frenchman of I whither he went from The Hague via Co three more heavy batteries Light BatteryC I izer belongs.

the expiration of the present scale was the old nobility. They fell in love with logne and Frankfort to Bv>le. It his intention Third United States artillery, com- Mrs. Dr. Canine, of Coluii'ms, I-id, a 1 I

convened at 'J o'clock tins afternoon. Aftera each other and their en t1gt'mentvas an I after visiting the chief resorts of Swit- manded by Maj. Turnbull a Gettysburg leges that her husband leads: her a cat anil-

brief conference the meeting adjourned nounced. When Miss Forco returned to zerland to return to London by the way of veteran arrived from Washington barracks.CoL dog life, and prays for divorce.

without effecting;, a settlement of the wage America the count followed her. She I Paris. The dot tor's health is improving. Gibson commanding heavy artillery, Lifo in Zanesviile, 0., becamo a whiskered

question for next year. loaned him $2JUOO to start a sheep ranch in ,I two companies of cavalry from Fort chestnut to yonng Horace Pike, and he runs; t

About nine-tenths of the Amalgamated Colorado and he soon lost the money. Then I The Lmperor' Thanks. Meyer, '''a., Maj. Carpenter commanding, it off with a dose of rough on rats.

sub-lodges declared against the manufacturers' he returned to France, and by lucky speculation VIENNA, June 2U.-Count Kalnokv, president came with them. Horses, guns and equip- The first Grecian vessel that ho visited

scale of $5 for boiling iron. The manufacturers was enabled to return Miss Force's I of the council closed the Auti in dele- ment rrrived in the evening:; and their i Philadelphia for over seventeen years ar-

in turn, refuse to consider the muuey mill make her a present of 30,000. gation yesterday and extended trio thanks of commands marched to camp, at the rived there Saturday with a cargo of sugar. l

Amalgamated Association scale: of 5.53: for The engagement of marriage was never carried the Emperor to the delegates for the devo- Springs hotel, headquarters of the Army of "The tied of public opinion" is want the

boiling, and thus the matter rest,. All em- out on account of Miss Force's sickness. I tion with wh:cli they had fulUheJ their the Potomac society where they will be I South Charleston, 0., folks: call thu results 0:
ployes in nulls governed by the Amalga- She left a will bequeathing SJO.OtKJ: to the duties.!
I under orders from :Maj. Gen. Daniel F. I the local option election' wets and \2l
mated rules will work .
quit indefinitely. count.
: Iii+ntarek Hopes for Peace. bickles ,I drys.
In about
Pennsylvania twenty-nine thou-
Assistant Ajdt Gen. Stewart and Assistant Two trams met railroad
freight
on a
BERLIN, JuneThe Post that Bi?- i
sand will be affected and Fleuro-Fnenmonla In Canidii. says
men directly
in march, while cou\7ersing with Quartermaster Gen. Wilha.ns, of the bridge;: at Sydney, 0., and the river is covered -
the mills! wort of Pennsylvania about seventy OTTAWA, Ont., June SO.Further advices yesterday .
Grand Army of the Republic of Peni.sflvama with the pieces of several demoralized
-five thousand men will be thrown out of from western Ontario report a rapid spreading | some prominent membors of the upoor houseof here and have established I
are headquarters -
work. Among those indirectly affected are of pleuro-pneumonia, which is making the reichstag, spoke hopefully of the i cars.Two
the East HilL The
in camp on Cemetery I killed and one seriously
the furul.emen miners coal and havoc cattle that maintenance of permanent peace: in Europe j rll'rslnwtre
coke great section.
: ore among in
{ __ i iISetroth.il New Jersey troops came in last night and injured in n cilhsioa on the Pennsylvania! &;
railroads etc. The minister of agriculture has
operators, again been '
: Announced. went at once to camp on the wheatfield. Reading; railroad, at Schuylkiil lInen,
At 3..W o'clock this afternoon a telegram, appealed to and it is represented that unless
LONDON, June iTJ.-The of Pennsylvania.
received at Amalgamated; hea.Iq'iarte announces the government takes immediate steps to : engagement | 2Ir Rawson Admitted to Hall.

that the Junction Iron company at check it and confine it to its present locality, I marriage is announced of the Hon. Michael {( CHICAGO June TO.-Mrs. eckie Rawson, Craps, razors darkies aua general row

Minjo junction, 0., have signed the Amalgamated it will have got such a hold as to preclude Heibert, brother of Earl Pembroke to Miss the wife of the millionaire banker, who attempted at Danville, Ky., left one of them, Moses
Belle \Vil-on;: the sister of Mrs O.;den Goelel Harris, minus his bowels, and the razor
scale. the of it The ,
possibility wiping out. matter to murder in court her husband'slawyer

The secretary the Newport, Ky., Iron has been brought to the attention of the of New York. Whitney, was permitted to give stingers in j'uL

and Steel company, sends a denial: to the United States government that every i Does Not Flare to nIe. bail for that offense. Whitney is still in a The Kansas City spring racing meetingwas

Western Iron association that their firm measure may be taken to prevent the mfec SOFIA, June 29.Prmca Ferdinand has serious condition but it is thought will re discontinued before it was half over because -

contemplate signing the Amalgamated: : scale, tion from being carried across the line. The I remitted the sentence of imprisonment imposed cover. Mrs. Rawson will be compelled to the management had no money to redeem -

u was previously announced. press censures the government for its crim- upon Maj Popoff, who was convicted remain in jail thirty days yet notwithstanding its promises.

inal neglect in not taking action when the j of complicity in frauds in the Bulgarian war her bail, to atone for her contempt of A band of regulators is being: organized in

UPPOSED SUICIDE.An disease was, first reported. i office court in continuing to shoot at Whitney, Wabo county, Illinois, to punish drunken

fnknnwn Woman Mysteriously IUi- THOMAS B. LINCOLN. though the judge was loudly calling for order husbands and wife beaters.
Valuable Fainting Discovered.NASHVILLE The lair defendant presented an extremely Two slick smooth men calling: themselves
at Niagara Falls.
pear. Tenn.. June JO.-Considera- I Death of the Only Man Tried for Treason jaunty' appearance when arraigned, James Murray and Edward Goode are run in
LOCKPORT, N. Y, July 2.-On Monday ble flutter was caused here to-day in local i I the Louisville of
what During tbe Rebellion. wearing in her bosom two freshly plucked by police on suspicion: being
was to have boon the
a woman supposed was seen to pass. under bodyof the art circles by the discovery of a Magdalen: / of ELKTOV. Md., June 2i).-Thomas B Lincoln : lilies of exauibite fragrance the persons who robbed a Cincinnati tobacco
the Correggio school in the possession of an firm.
cantilever bridge at Suspension Bridge, enter aged negro, once of President Jackson's the only man tried for treason during | Jealousy Treads to Murder. .

the whirlpool rapids and disappear from I' family. Oer
view. 'I the Nashville school of fine arts, pronounces seventy-five years. He was born in Philaddphia. | shooting of Julia Huskms a colored girl, at I Cable City Pa., a freight train ran intoa
A Lockport named Cross His father was! a celebrated divineof last Dr. W. S. train anl five
gentleman was I it unquestionably a s original Correggio, or Point Pleasant : Saturday by gravel killing six wounding
sitting with his wife the that city. Thomas B. went to Texas member of the board of laborers.
on a ledge upon some one under the influence of that master. i Hoy a physician,
Three' Sisters island, waiting for a conveyance Its history Las been traced to a collection when young and amassed a fortune. He was I pension examiners, and leading society man In an encounter Tuesday night at St.

to come their way, when a girl of some owned by Carle: the well known painter and prominent in southern politics when the war ail Democratic politician, was thought at Louis between l'UCdlw\1l! O'oulhvan and

eighteen years, clad in a white dress and companion of Preiiient Jackson, who died > broke out and was a member of the Golden the time to be the result of drunken care I Frank Parker, a caljrel roustabout, the i

apparently very much agitated, rushed at Jackson's hone, leaving many valuable I, Cinle lessness, but since the girl's death evidence former was shot in th:) abdomen an i the ';
round the bend in the road. Her eyes were works. I Lincoln was arrested in Cincinnati in ISol has been discovered showing that Hoy and I wound is thought t.j be fats The negro

waken and bloodshot, and ever and anon on the charge of treason. The principal evidence the colored girl had been intimate for mere was also shot, bat ftMU{>ed Tao by taiJers

the looked back to see if she was being follwed. A Drunken Mnte on a Tear. against him was a letter written to than a year, and that some time before the were also shot. Juhn! M.IIiie, taoche in a

Mr Cross looked in another direc- KNOXVILLE Tenn., June CD.-A drunken I Jefferson Davis by Jesse D. Bright, then shooting the girl had become attached to a commercial college, r'ecemvinJ! a tm.let in his

ties, and there stood a dark complexioned mute named Gleason took charge of a south- : United States senator from Indiana, recom- negro fWd that Hoy shot her while crazed shoulder, and S.1m.lLion:
ranger, well dressed and wearing a silk bound passenger train at Newport Wednesday mending Lincoln as a safe man from whom I with jealousy. He was sent to prison and111. his knee. _
i
oat, angrily watching her every movement. night, and refused to pay his fare The' to purchase guns for the Confederacy. Lin- ': .? ** ned for murder._ i

The couple had evidently quarreled. To train force went to put the fellow off, whenhe I coin's counsel finally succeeded. in having the I Ii
i Bloody Fight With Moon+blner. I
Prevent himself from being seen the stranger pulled a razor from his pocket and put indictment quashed. II
: : June 30. A I
LITTLE ROCK Ark.
desperate -
,
noTed into the clump of trees and dodged the train men all to flight With a drawn Respite Asked for Maxwell OY4 I
encounter occurred between revenue officers -
tack and forth. Upon him the girl revolver Gleason took charge of the
seeing expresscar
darted : ST. Louis June 20.-The attorneys of and moonthiners near Black Springs
across the bridge and was seen no and made A number oX effort to kill
more I :Maxwell, the little English chloroformer, : Montgomery county yesterday. Internal
:Messenger Eugene Homely. The mad mute I
1 I called Governor Moorehouse
on at Jefferson Revenue Collector Fry rind a posse raided
There
cau be doubt that fit of des- Morristown
no in a was arrested at ,after a desperate
imtiousbe I City yesterday and submitted a request the moonshiner's ca.-np in the vicinity destroying ROYAL
herself into the
cast seething struggle. 'dftJ
I backed by several lettera from prominent : three distilleries. Shortly after-
water and ,
added her name to the legion of
those who have met death at Nia.aro. Imported Steel Sold on Execution. gentlemen in various parts of the state, for ward the posse was attacked loin ambush

LOUISVILLE, Ky., June 30.-At New' a respite of sixty days. The governor refused -i by an armed band of moonsbinern A regu- i ti

Be the request, but notified the attorneysthat : lar battle ensued in which Deputy United
Shot an Innocent Man. Albany, Ind, yesterday, nearly four hundred -
? he will hear their appeal for commutation I States Marshal Trammel was killed. Collec i
RovlDYtcz, R I., June 30.-ArthurVJveo tons of unclaimed steel blooms, were
of sentence on July 9. If this appeal is has to Ft. Smith for
tor Fry telegraphed
who claims. The I
was shot by James Jowett at sold to satisfy government
aa I not granted, Maxwell will be hanged in this i reinforcements.The .
huck New
last Tuesday night for an alleged steel was shipped here for the Albanyrail

felonious! assault upon his daughter mills by Andres Joachims, of Charleroi, city July 13. Henry Langraf who mur.I lU-no Che.tnnt Again.:
cannot i I dered his sweetheart, Annie Tisch, will also
live
hours. Reaction has set Belgium! but there was some complicationabout
in fn many I be hanged on the same day. NEVI YORK, June 30.-Mrs. Kate Reno, a
favor of the dying young man, and thePinfon undervaluation for duty with purposeto wax fl,"' vr artist, of No. 12-1 Albany street

is growing that he is innocent of the defraud, and the buyers refused to receive -|I Valuable Silver Discoveries. New Brunswick N.J., learned yesterday

Charge of attempted rape. He has made a I it. The eovernment's claim has run ALBUQUERQUE, N 31, June : .Miners that her husband, John Reno, who died a
statement under oath to Coroner Jencks and' in cost etc, to nearly $iO03., The price
up I and prospectors in thicinity are jubilant few y<'jarago, was one of the heirs to an i
with the full knowledge that he cannot I by a St. Louis firm for the lot wa -
re- paid
over returns from find in San Pedro neighborhood taialued at $40,000,000, located in the
cover in which be denies as- $20.o5 ton, making a little more than I 4K1f16POWDER 1
making
any i per ; from which ore runs $115 to the heart of Peorii. IlL, and once owned by

Jwt upon :Jil'i Jowett, speaking to her dis- I enough to pay the government. I ton in clear silver. The a s:'y made shows Puilip Francis Renault, who died intestate l
"nwctfullv
b still to or striking her,father. Jowotttav I I Nothing Gloomy in Till. that mountains in the vicinity are very rich at 1>/., i-s in 175J.: L. R. Reno of Brooklyn
:* : jail: l. not being able to secure the 1! in high grade mineral The &fcafs have has tea up thz care for the New Brunswick -
bail CHICAGO June SO.-A gentleman just returned -
requir*! by Judge CooVeT from Colorado speaking of crop i reached a depth of twenty fet and considerable ; l."ioa: and -iil press: their clam for

: i I ore is now on tbe dump. The valuable -I a share which is said to fee about $:,!).'>J,000.
Togas Amusement. : prospects said to a reporter that corn :i
mine is located on the San Pedro :
ebrask'Io,,- grant,
Colorado Kansas ;
eastern ,
JonnSAS CItJun6 --Sunday night In ", i which has been in court a i.uu.b of years Negro Due!-One Killed.
: and Illinois could not look better w tern -
uncan -
living; just across tha Texas Ga. June 30. Sam. Alexander
line '' li.. hut the Last decisioil: gives authority to any ATLANTA -
irom Bdnham : Kansas where they had rtXH-'n e tyear
Cep. tWelve beat hu wife. and Lun. i the oatlook is sap, rli. Tr.-.N nrm. one de irinb to locate a mine to do so on the colored, wr shot Thursday night in Walton Absolutely Pure.
years old his O". rushed The church festival when
county. was a a
upon hi' 'r ...Uiv m Co.orado and good c_'r-i IS t., .: grant.
: a scythe and cut him born : quarrel arose as to who had done the most This powder reier varied''. .\ w-vtlof m"ty,
7t Killing! him The llott.'I'1 -m. : of the state, grown wtzout.ri Mrenzttt; and wLoleFomeueM More t-cvl'lu ul
boy's mother attempte! liakr.NEW work for The
church. contestants
t Married to H the retired -
The wheat is much improve.l, ; than the ordinary kind, and cannot be old ini
hepnaub the little fellow, when he bu I gat..u. is crop something wonderM YORK, June 30.-",l'"S. Lillian Warren to a ai-tance of 150 :yard, and fired i i }>ttitonlth the multitude of low tent. short

;' berB with a scythe, one blow cutting and the gram crop Hammersley was rnarret: t\t 1::D: o'clock I several shots at each other. Alexand,r wa 1. weight< alum ">r bOl'phab powder SoM "lily
,:. wtP} Open and the other almost Even the hih hills between Kaunas and tb I in cana Royal Latinn 1'owut-r Co. !'>> WtT1tt.: .
- her severing I with to-day, to tbe duke of M.ira''mgh by killed and some others wounded. Charles: I
eii arju. Rocky mountains are green grass. I New York.
:; ilayor Hewitt, at the city ball Cooler is now in Jail charged with the mur

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6 THE FLORIDA STAR, THURSDAY, JULY 5, 18SS.

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peries. The exhlDlts are going up on every I I CARDS.

POLITICAL UNCERTAINTY.R. side. The 1st of July will see it completely The Dark Secret Sail

filled. The only danger is in the govern-i t BOSTON, June 25.-The little Dark Secret, .\.. GIXGRA TAffHTLAfAHD,

ment exhibits, which are to occupy the additions 'i Cart Andrews, sailed for England] this L. S. H.
morning at ':' ;,j.) from Nantucket where she RAY
:
G. DUN & COMPANY'S WEEKLY I now building.: It is feared that these !i
REVIEW OF TRADE. i can not be completed in time, although a : had been waiting several days for a fail : NOTARY PUBLIC. : ,

largo force of men is at work pushing thingsas wind. I '
Florida.
EXChanJeS-l fast as possible.Horticultural Rock Ledge,
A Decrease of 11 Per Cent. In hall will be finished by the An Acrostic Oracle 'I ------- ----- --------
H.\rLDE Successor to J. C.
WHO TL. Norwood and Co.
is the
whom the
and-trees man on people's eyes
Favorable Report From Interior Points. middle of the week. The flowers .
WILL turn next fall? We only can surmise;
Great Desire to Sell Pig Iron-Money I and rocks are almost all in place. The arrangements -: BE sure whoe er the priceless prize shall gain, I ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
for illumination are also ready.In ,
OUR country star of nations will remain I
Abundant Ever'where-Failure'o j I machinery hall much remains to be done. EXT autumn when we're voting who shall be Titu>ville, Florida. TITUSVILLE. FLA.
NEW YORK, June. 25.-R. G. Dun & Company' Although it looks barren and incomplete, yet PRESIDENT when ia every state we seeTHE "i

weekly review of trade says: : most of the heavy and tedious work such as party strife, let's keep from anger freeMAN j JONES: & WILLIAMS,

The country is waiting, and the inactionin the building of masonry, is complete, and never w but always: to be blest'I j'I
WHO is our nest no doubt will i
the of has been be-
the
setting up machinery
trade resembles midsummer dull
closely : IS it not grand; u nation's choice to be, } .t Attoraieys-at-La
The exhibitors in this have
department t
ness. Anxiety about crops has in a great gun. ELECTED by the suffrage: of the freeBoston *
been the most diliatory of alL Titusville, Florida. I
abated. Financial uncertainties Courier.
a4 measure The art department is entirely finished,

have i.ut little present influence, because the ready for the throngs. This is the most remarkable )L ROBBING: Gen'l

narrowing industrial and commercial demands fact that has yet been stated. Usually Woman's Way. Q.EO. Merchandisek;

leave large accumulations unemployedat the people on opening day go into the ': She -Yes dear Henry and I have made ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
all financial centers. The political uncertainty art department to stare at empty walls. But all (
arrangement, and we are to be married
FLA.
TlTUSVILLE
attention.The the art committee has hustled and as a result ,
engrosses next month.
its work is done and f 80,000 worth of pictures :,
latest of show STORE.
exchanges a Another She
reports (who had designs on Henry )L THRASHER,
decrease of 11 in the in are ready for the gaza of multitudes.The herself A. 1i
per cent aggregate )-I do so wish you will be happy,
comparison with last year, and a decrease of police: arrangements are completing dear. But how did you ever muster up cour- ATTORNEY-AT-LAW i i 1 1I
I ,
also. Chief Hazen is hard
7 per cent outside of New York, with rapidly working age to ak him Philadelphia CalL _
outside of cities and his force of 140 men ready. They will I II P. O. Box 2", VNFORD, FL.t.I .
twenty-three thirty-eight I Will practice in all the counties of the Seventh
reporting a shrinkage. The shrinkage in be uniformed as will also the fifty janitors'who The War on WoriN. i I Circuit and Supreme Court. 3 I I II
are expected to keep things clean. Fire
volume of business is de- --- ;
by a
accompanied (' The baby rolls upon the floor j I propose to k", ,
boxes have been put in all over the buildings : '
cline in of commodities andan .
prices generally, Kicks up his tiny feet: BURCHFIELD,
'R.It
advance in prices of secureties. Wheat, and also numerous fire plugs, while the exposition : And pokes his toes into his mouth, I j I I I .

corn and oats have each declined about fire department with its engine Thus making both ends meet. i

three and one-half cents. Lard has fallen patrols the canal. : COUNTY SURVEYOR. A First-Class
The ; StockOF
butcher slays the pensive pig.
thirty cents one hundred pounds. Oil The Ohio state exhibit is already interest- ;, -
per Cuts off his ears and
declined five cents, butter one-half cent, ': ing. It will be ready by the middle of the :' And grinds them into sausage feet bi.;. I Order; by mail will receive as prompt I

1 eggs one cent and coffee one-half cent; but week, and will form a most: attractive feature Thus making both cuds lueat. attention as calls in person.Address a

cotton is three-sixteenth cents stronger. The of the exhibition. On the outside the i New York Journal.A 'I i : Georiama'I''la. -OF-

general average of prices has declined during -, colored globes in the long lines of pipes and (, i "

the week about three-quarters of 1 percent arches are being being put in, and already : Heart Hreakins Discovery. ,! T3.F.. ATKINSON

I the passerby can get an idea of the splendor : Anxious Father-Why, what's the matter 1 111.j trw

Reports from interior points are uniformly of the scene on the first night i!1 Little Sou-:Mo an' Dick uas playiii' we I f

favorable in tone, for the prospect is considered Assistant Secretary Grose was found was, Abe: Lincoln and sphttiu' rails, and I j JUSTICE OF THE PEACE

cheering, though: at most points theprt'Sent standing: in the midst of the work. Said he: I w'en we gi.t that big board all chopped up i For the Second Justice Dwrict of r.ri'- GROCERIES
"We will be The work is far ad-
transactions are in decreasing ready. so mamma came out an' took tho wood in tho
volume. Money is nowhere in sharp de !1 vanced that the doors will be closed against 'I house fer kiudlin. yard county ; Court days, f prd ;londay ,
i the public next Thursday. By the I 1 of each month. ] *
mand. way "But you didn't want the wood, did your : :
wish would warn the lodging housekeepers 1 -- -- -------1 1'I 1---- -.- -- -
you "
Good crops give confidence as to the future, S 0-0.

even where the inactivity is now most against; the who are collecting : "Then what are you crying; forf 'I T SANDERS"-= {i t t

uoticable. Cotton goods are in steady but money from them in our name. We charge : "l'vt.just found out I-I ain't been playin'. i. ,t DRY GOODS !

moderate demand: print cloths are strong at ,, nothing for the services of the bureau of information i I-I've been "orkm.-l.o, hoo!"-OniaLa Justice of the Peace for the Thirteenth ,, I
and collected is collected
at four cents for sixty-fo irs. Woolen goods any money I World. ,
District.
ft
0 are moderate, with price ruling below lastyear's fraudulently. }
where is felt. It is Unsiness Is Kn-hit-.s. Ctl"1TXEY. FLORIDA. ti
foreign competition: .
HEAT IN NEW YORK CITY.It I
thought there is some improvement in the Citizen to un.ll'rtakl'rl-Fito: ) etabllchment Court i!lay the third Saturday of each month. i! NOTIONS, t

boot and shoe trade, and the movement is Swells the Death State to an ..tlarsuingExtentThe )"ou'-o got here, Mr. MouM.Undertaker --- :, Is
.\\TEU-LI\"E -\t.E..TS.-Writp. r fairly good. Hottest in etenteeu Year. -Yes; we an :getting things in W bom :;t-cretarj bi.tfalo :Mutual 1.i-. \cciiientnl s

:), Just now the iron business has to be considered SEW YORK, June ..">.-Up to 12.3: : > p. m. shai!. I hope, Mr. Smith, that when j"I-'u ai SIck r.eiient Vssociatii' Uufiilo N Y. 3

in connection with the: recent improvement six sudden death, su-l; to be due to the heat ; want anything: in my lino you will boar mo )tells Ladies" \ liihimis,*

in the demand for securities. were reported at police headquarter Five: in mind: awl should you not be in a condition f

The stock market has advanced about $1. 25 persons were prostrated by the heat and to er-um-atun l to the matter It'ru-,
share. Rail rates prevailing are low while another ally I trust your friends will not forget me.Lif Hare von Conffh, Pmnohlti*. Asthma, Indijjestlon Uso
per taken to the hospital was sent PARKER'S GINGER TONIC without delay. It
and tend lower. The competition of water ': to the insane hospital.At *. hiu cured;Juanyofthewurateesandisthebet.tremedy SHOES.ELATS
--- for all affectiunj of the throat and lungs, and diseaseari
routes is severe, and the average lake rate 1::)() p. m. one more death and thre: intt from impure blood and exhaustion. The feeble .
Hen ate.A and sick,strugdin against disease, and slowly drifting
for May, two and onett nth cents per bushel, J more prostrations from heat were reported. is Miss Juftk to the grave,will m many ca.ses l"et.o\.r their health by '
is the lowest on record, except in one year. : The sudden hot spell is pUyiug havoc in the gay 'oungc."tJlluettt' the tuuelv use of I'arker's Ginger Tonic,butdula is dan- ,
With Cattery *eeks:: she to rulia: {rvrou-i. Take it ia time. It Is Invaluable far all painj
Increasing anxiety to sell pig iron is noted j tenement house districts, and is sending the But 'tuere best to beware, and disorUtra of stoauicli and bawe).;;. 60o.at iJruggats. .

The Bethlehem furnaces have been banked, I' death rate relatively as high as the mercury f Eke you'll find that, though fair. ,
and the Pennsylvania steel works will stop goes in the thermometer. f This maiden is seeking to t-ilsa.-Life.A M: i11VUE.OL''

for repairs in July. i There were ell deaths in the city duringthe ;: ;

Treasury disbursements in purchase of : past week, as a,'iinst b>9 the week :tot .twakenius. !

bonds and otherwise have exceeded receiptsby before. The increase is directly due to the (tear,:".: '.-n -"'in burn U popularity : ,

about ,()>J,000 for the week. Nevertheless heat, nine-tenths of the increase being from otutri: ., .ution. You and ( have MEMORY'DISCOVER'l.

foreign trade continues in such shape the crowded tenements. ;, lived in tLc suu/e city iu the same walk oJ !7

that gold must go abroad largely unless the This is the hottest, Jan*' on record. The life, yet you have ass bole army of friendsI :

outward movement of securities continues ; highest temperature in June in seventeen : scarcely any.

unchecked. Money is everywhere in abundant : years was 04 degrees on the 30th, in lbl, : Gus-You are mistaken, George. I tbouglit .

supply, and it will doubtless be the and the lowest was CO degrees on June: 10, I the b.'untm) myself, I confess, bit this \\i'ij'\! : uaik''tiUti.iil "}.,t'm"H" hu, kUaitimure CLOTHING

policy of the treasury to prevent any strin- : 1&':'S. morning; I discovered: my mistake. !I'arut'.l' "Ite nailiij_'. t'la>. 's ut :ti-7; i iii i
gency. '! To-day at noon it wvs '.'o Agrees, with the "Mistake.:" 10,>'t at D.-trust I5oi, at ;i'l"1edeli'Lia' large lasts ot ,

The business failures during the last seven 'i probability of it going to 100 by U p. m. ; "Yes: I've been trying to borrow .">."- l'olll"uhia lAw 0111<1"111.11 wale. R'elii1. "\ t lb. rUti : !
days number, for the united States, 17(5; I What makes the heat so intolerable is the Omaha World. University of p.uu.1tchigan I iii\r..ty
.. '
t'bautjii'jua, &e.e. Lutlor'e'l byUicuu.u PIUHT -
Canada 28 total, 204 with 2.:2 The this ;' ___ i! |
; as compared humidity. percentage morning "K. the Scientist; lions. \V.V, Avruu. JLI AJI P
last week, and 2)5 the week previous to the was al. It ou *ht to be about 4> in order to Diplomacy. tJt3IlN. Judge; tiib nll. Dr. CROWV E. II COOK : Gent's Furnishiui (;ocul",
last. counteract the effects cf the heat. "How lato Mr. Tawker stayed!" !; Principal. Y Mate Norinil: College. -"e. Perlt-ctly I
I taught by correspondence Proi>fctns Pnsr FEES
'
"He would have stayed till now if I hadn'tsent trom PllOF. L01EITE, 237: Filthe., Sew York. i
BASE BALL. TERRIBLE DISASTER. him off."

standing of the American Association Flood in Mexico Causes the Loss of Over I "I hope you did it politely, Peggy." Exhausted Vitality. i'I ALSO: [

and Club Thousand Lives. ( "Oh, ;yea He was complaining of having ;

League, :' ZAC-VrerAS Mex., Jun 25.-The worst I to be at the bank so early in tho morning, f THE SCIENCE OF LIFE KM THYSELF "
CINCINNATI. June 25.-The feature of the
and I only looked up at the clock and said in ,
week ha hoen thefaU of Brooklynanl :! flood ever known in the history of Mexico ;( i : CROCKERY GLASSWARE\
occurred on the night of Tuesday, the l' tb. J surprise: 'Why! Do you go to business in : nilE SCIENCE l>I-' LIP, the :.!rfatI..tl -al Work| ,
steady rise of the Athletics. The
the ..
'" .I.
: :your dress suit* -Life. i ol the age on Miuhoo I N r\'>us and Physical I
1
The rain started 5 and continued allj I"
at
leaders have been the bittern of p. m. i1
tasting s* Detihty. Preuutiire Decline Errors of Youth and |
humiliation. j night and all next day. The latent advices --1 the untold miseries con "'lu"'lJt thereon. ;Joo pages '
Won. host.Rrvo.ty < from Zelos report five hundred: houses swept Human :Nature. S v... r.'S prescriptions lur all diseases Cloth. tnll ,

n3 . .. .. ...... ... .. ;S 10 :i away and a great number of lives lost, while I Ii J Jj "Give us this day our daily bread" gilt only $1.00 my mtll sealed. Illustrative "aaipl (i HARDWARE
tree to all and middle aged Th.-
S'. Lout .. .... ...... ...... 30 14is j at Leon the next city in size to the capital :] lIe then prayed at early mucus the and Jl"wtI1..JIedal young:; a Tded to the men author by gold the t f

Athletics ... ............._.. .:}) one thousand bodies have been recovered up i And raid went the, out on of exchangeTo National Medical Association. Address P. O Box

Cir.cinnatls .. .. ... ..... ....... 2Baltimore < 21 j', to 0 p. in. One mile square in the heart of price corn.Boston I 1-95, I.o"'tonl.1.:+., or Dr. W H. PAltLEK, graduate -,
Courier.
... .......... .... ... ...:-; 24 the while hour i ii of HarvarttIe.h.al College, !5 years'practice AND
Cleveland ..._.. ......... ..... 17Kan 31 i city is gorged avsi-v bringsl ; '' I m Boston, who may be consulted confidentially '
"-i-Citys ...... ... .. ...........15 no l to light new hOlTon.i lie Wouldn't \>0. I I I Olfice. No 4 Buhtiiicb bt Specialty. (>i eases of man < Q 1
Loutn-m .. ..... ..... ...14 34 i At Lagos, about forty miles north or Leon, i iI "Mabel, I love }'on." The words came i( Cut this out. \ou may never see it again.t '
I the loss of life and property is nearly equally I J forth like the plaintive vibrant sigh of an I

NATIONAL LEAOrE. as terrible as at Leon. i JEolian harp. Ship Chandlery Goods.These II

Won. hrwt.Chtea Many people and cattle being swept away j "It can never be.''

es ...... .............. .... ... J' 14 I in the rushing waters, mines filled with "But I am rich, and I can furnish you I I
Itetroits .. ... .. ..... .. .. ... .. .-"t 17 water and miners trying to escape, drowned. ] Besides I
Boston ... . ...... ..... ........ -", D) i The country from Cellaya to Lagos is one i with every luxury. am doing
New York .. ....... ........... .. i ':!1 1! immense sea, while the railroad is in a deplorable well in "my profession and may one day be

PhUdlr4iia.... .... .. ...... . ..:1Pltt : i condition. Hundreds of families' famous.
s,"rlt._ .. ... ... .... ....':i .."J homeless at all and "I know it, Harold, but you can't tell thodiffere I
\\"'.ddni tote. _.. .... ... ....... .. .111 31Inliantroti I are points, t many are ,'i '-'> between a home run and n three will l>e the main features of n>>
... .... ... .....li 31 starving. Crops are ruin* There is no :j base bit.''Merchant Traier..
telegraphic communication or by the railroad |i!

I for anything
', bu ine-" but order.r sent me
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porting:: Note. to the City of Mexico, and it is still ;

Jockey Stone hot a t'.\rke* \p" ,!..n.l at : raining over the entire republic. !' \OTICE. kept in any store iu Titus i

the St Nicholas hotel, ConPv T-!aivl. N Y., I
Friday, on (ount of a djtp"t..I"ut ONE F NATURE'S FREAKS.An I To All whom it May Concern. villewili be promptly filled.
cbansje. I : Take notice, that we.: the undersigned
Earthquake Causes An Intermittent
Executors of the last will and
It is now slid that the Kansas City race I spring In West Vinjima.PARKERSBURO I testament
I of William Harlan Forwood deceased, '"
meeting was arransed t," *iovn real estate -
: W. Va., June t.-NearWeymau's J
will apply to the Honorable Minor S.
and. started with in the
scarcely anv money | about eight miles from Westonin { J
Jones. County Judge of Brevard county, i
trea'urv. .
Lewis county, there is a spring which is
j Florida, on the !9th day of _August A.D. I 1 ill
Prince Royal surprised Y'TVnn at. attracting a great deal of attention by its -. '
peculiar 1 S: at his office in the town of Titus- Chicto I
he.il FrMav hv W > > Will Fruits
Sheep- Biy race < Hting freaks. At times the water in the buy Eggs
\ille. and state aforesaid, for ,
Sir Din in the Conev IsLuvl .I-*rh" Aui i spring sinks c.implet ely out of sight, leavinga comity
rania, Bess, Favor, Swift sa..l Volunteer '! dry hole. This condition of alToirs lasts letters of administration, wIth the will ,
I
were the other winners. IGrant' j but a short time, when with a rush and :, annexed deceased. of William Harlan Forwood. II & : ; Or any l'unntrI'Muce my cutomerl

growl the spring suddenly fills and throws a i&tFz:4411'iLI'oi
.. Farm < >M.fsT. SAMUEL M. nEP.. .\IUI. I
J Jto
volume of and bring
strong water gas: twelltlf'ef or frieiiJmay
Loris. Juna i\ Gen. Gra-tf- farm, WM. s. FortlwooD.t i
t in the air. It is said the spring produces
of 744 acres, near this city has Kv* ..M byChauncey !' t GRIFFIN FORWOOD. I
market
enough: gas to light up a town of three or !
M. Depew for flOU ui !i.,' f ire- 'i four thousand people. The strangest part of Executor of the last will and testament :"' FAVORITE f fI

closure of mortja, to Luther H. (.'. ;'n, a the affair is that before the great southern I of William Harlin Forwood. de- -.:vr CUT or ORDER.

St Louis real estate a<>nt. Th farm WHSmortsa ... ceased.A. y"i 'P- "'to ptr,heen n sewing macticp.
earthquake of li <} there was no sign< of a
;t..several ywirs ao by A". H. F. S. WILLIAMS. t :- T: -1 at your lace for terms ana
VonJ ?rl>ilt to raise money to e\tr .' i t.. the spring on the spot where it now exists, an.Ithat olicitor for the Ex cutors. 10-Gt -' a. 7u canct -. i ocr ageat, write
on the morning after the earthquake it i ":i src taddree3toyoube ownamed I
Ann of Grant ,, Ward from ., tron-
the :
r"' ult tWard's : public l'
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found bubbling and I ask for share
was throwing oUg a
rascahtv and water in great jets j Application. i i LLEII O ESE yG uJ'CHNE! C.CE KCEW ISM nut a

THE CINCINNATI CENTENNIAL. ills. : -. L7+u"'rt S : '' 0 1LAS. : age, and come :tJI supplicant,

Paraphrase. To all to whom these presents shall I ;L LOvl3 u-. itTIAyTA GA.SAafRAMpS favor.If .
J Preparations for the Opening Nearing the "He stains the town iacarnn.line," some ;:rcetin;,: : I I 1 dictator, asking for coot
C.ompleUoDoC'IXClSXATl The Boston maiden said. Whereas Samuel II. Hay, a creditor j -- --- gcJc..1i
The western maid: rwuarkt-d: "You mean AdniiiiiHtraturaiidCuardiaii'sotlcc. courteous treatment
has this Court for Letters of
applied to 1
JuneThe: exjiosition lie points the hole town teal.Washington." i \ .
buildings present a busy scene to the crowds CritC. I' Administration of John E. Moore, deceased, late of saidCounty
of people who are taking a preliminary look (' Take Notice, that six month's alter dateI i I
at the gigantic spectacle that is to open on The Premium Humorist. ot Brevard ; these are. therefore. will apply t<, the Honorable MinorS. the candidate i*>*

the Fourth of July. The walls: reverberatewith "Quimby, who do you think is the greatest to the cite kindred and admonish and creditors all and of said singular; deceased -i Jones, County Judge; toi Brevard County, public favor
and and the
the sound of hammers saw fur final
American humorists""Well Florida discharge from
my my
be and before this
: to appear |
whirr of swift flying wheels. For the next I think you are about as good as Court on or before the 10th day of I administratoi hip of the estate of Sarah then Tm
ten days this will continue, and by that time F. WooltFdeceased and from
of them. < uardianhip
any file ray -
H. IS S and objection
.August A. !
nearly everything will be in shape. Alreadythe "Thanks. For a fact, I belieTe I have:! if have to the granting lettersas of William Woolff, late an infant, elected.Your .
bare floors almost hidden by platforms -' any they ; I
are I
quite a talent in that direction." aforesaid, otherwise the same will be but now of full a and sections of exhibits. "No doubt of it." I| Dated this -nd day of February, A. D. I
granted as prayed.
The home exhibitors are distinguishing "When did first 11S >. i to 1'1t'8.-t'
you regard me as a humorist > ?, anxious
I II
t themselves, and there is no doubt that all f""When In testimony whereof. I have hereunto JAMES M. P. POOL, i

their diplaysTill be complete by the time you made your seventh promise tc I officially set my hand and seal, this 2tith; i 1 Administrator of the estate of Sarah F.

tui cpcniug. lu the Washington Park ball pay me what you owe me."-Nebraska Stat:! day of June. 1SSS. Wool>ft', deceased and guardian of a.aY.

the evidences of progress are must tangible. Journal 10 MINOR S. JONES County Judge. William Woolff, a minor. is. H.
The nails and ceilings are hung with dra



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THE FLORIDA STAR, THURSDAY, JULY 5, 1SSS. 7 '.

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WHO BIDES His TIME. L. C. OLIVER. F. T. BUDGE.QI1IvEiR AOTICK.

LAND OFFICE Caine ville. Fla.. )
Who bides his tinier-he tastes the sweet at >
Of honey.In the saltest tear; & E1TDGE June 11.1:
And though he fates with slowest feet, Notice i is hereby given that the follow
joy runt to meet him. drawing near; ing-named settler"ha? tilt notice of hi* i<
The birds are herald of his cause Dealers in intention to make final proof support ot
And,like a never ending rhyme his claim and that s\it11)roofwiH be made
bloom in hw applau e,
roadsides
The betore A. A. Stewart. l'lerk. at Tiub-'

lobo bides his James time. Whitcomb Rlley.An GEORGIA PINE LUMBER ,ville Fla., on \nmt; l.;th. !>>*. %'!/. .
Elbort H. Carter. ot Tn rnlm ll. Fla.. i i1I.

Improvement In DrntNtry. E. 10332: for the north-cast fjnarter
of south-east quarter: lots 1 and _. -t't' t,
well known dentist has lately received SHINGLES
A AND LATHS.
t electrical 31. township 2U south, range3.i east.
a patent upon an appli- He names the following \\itMe.jtes to
that has certainly solved one of the
ance prove continuous residence upon. uHf
manY difficulties attending the proper General :E3ardv'Vare cultivation of said hUlll.'iz_ : .':unt'
handling of the human teeth. Heretofore F. Cachman. of Turnbull ; llobert Carlisle f .
a whole gold tooth has been made of Minis: : Richard HiTtulon. 01

by the old fashioned su-edging process, Minis; )[II*es 'Tnompon. of TiirnUiil!

at once clumsy and hardly effective.The Sash Doors a ilBuilds ; Stoves Tinware and Crockery. Fla. .
gold cones are technically called 9. S. ('. TUCKKU Ji"h"; 1.XOTICU. ,

gal}vano plastic tooth crowns, and the -- -

process of making them is very simple. .A..IN'"TS AND OILS .
A soft metallic model of the tooth is:: LAM OFFICE at t ilillt'\'Ult.: t'La.1

made, this being done perfectly by first June 2.1:>' i
taking an impression of the tooth. The Refrigerators, Water Coolers, Ice Cream Freezers, Notice i is hereby ;given that the lull--w-
metallic model is then placed in a dynamo in named settler ha:* tiled l notiee ot her
bath and of intention to make final proof in electric a deposit pure
gold is thus formed all over the model. Screen Wire, Screen Windows, Screen-Wire Doors. of her claim and that said pr...'f will t*'
made before A. A. Ste'vart. Clerk Circuit
this gold has attained a suitable
When Cant, Tittisville.. Fla., on .luh" Tilth.
thickness the soft metal is easily meltedout POWDER AT NEW YORK PRICES 1SSS. viz. : Jennie A. Fox of Horti. Urr-

without injuring the cone, leaving a yard Co., FID.. :S. 1t'' fi. for the east 4
perfect smooth gold tooth crown. This of south-eas.t \ section 10. and east luilt
process is far easier than the old way, TITUSVILLE FLOllID of north-east section 15. township i,
and bas received marked attention from south 37 east.
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the scientific dental organs in the east.Pittfcburg .- She names the following; witnes. tc-

DLsjatch.rrehUtorlc New Lum.ber Yard.0 prove her continuous residence upon arid
.
cultivation of said land viz : Mill O. ]:.
Relics In Dakota. -0- Cottrell of Horti : Francis 1'. Hall of
McCuna who teaches Horti ;IIobrt B.Iturchtiel. of Ueorsriana; t
Miss in Capitola district south of, Sanborn and William D. Owen of Ul>oriml.: : Fla.
one school of her a pupils recently visited, an kinds of Pine Lumber, Dressed and Undressed, Cypress and Pine 7 S. C. TUCKK'K, Kegii.; .

Indian mound not far from the school. XOTICI .
:
Out of curiosity they began digging in Shingles Laths etc. etc. r.H OFFICE
at Gainesville. Fla..
\
the top of the mound, and near the sur- June
2. IS S.
j ,
the face mound came upon builders.an interesting It is somewhat relic of in Special attention given to all o1' erHiveI': Trade Solicited. Yard i io' located on the South Side of Notice is hereby given that the follow
ing-named settler has tiled notice of 1114
the form of a vase, with low round top I Railway, West of the Grand View Hotel, Titusville. intention to make fuml proof in support| i

and narrow neck, and is composed of of his claim and that said proof will W
baked clay, which from its peculiar color T. H-A-TOHESTT: t&s OO. made betore A. A. Stewart (lerk. at

would indicate that it had been painted.It 5:!. Titusville. Fla., on July ICth, IN S J*. \1/:
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has four handles somewhat resem- _. -- Irving D. Hiscock. of Horti, Fla. H.F.
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bling a reptile of the crocodile order. TROPICAL AND SUB-TROPICAL FRUITS AND FLOWERS. 1S37U' for the lot 4. sec. 10. and lots 1. :.

The eyes, nose, mouth, tail and ridges on TITUSVILLE and 3. sec. 13, township 25 south. range ,
the back are plainly discernible, but the Egyptian Queen Pine Slips.INDIAN 37 fast.

reptile represented is not of a kind now He names the following; witnesses to
known. It is finely finished, showing FURNITURE STORE.A. RIVER' X1.I SI1 RIES. prove his continuous residence upon anti
cultivation of !said land viMilN] O
(workmanship. T.) Letter.of a high order.MandanD. Bone Meal, Tobacco Stems, Cotton-seed Meal, Cow Peas & Fertilizers. B. Cottrell. of Horti ; Francis I*. Hall of

CATALOGUE MAILED FREE. TERMS CASH. Horti; Robert lUirchliel. oft Jeorgiana: :
William D. Owen of CJeorgiana Kin.
Rule In Making Investment JOHN IJ. BE.U'11, Indian Hirer Nurseries, East Melbourne, Fla. ". S. C. 1'lX'KEU. UegUter.
Not ten out of one hundred mining

companies will ever pay hack the money Frosotier, \OTICL.

invested. There is an old adage that one 1 I LAND OFKICE at .Jainesville Fla.. t

person can see as far into a rock as another PROPRIETOR. May 19, !&$>. i
so I would advise investments on Notice is hereby given that the follow-
top of the ground, where they can l esmi t ing-named settler has tiled notice of his

occasionally: they will turn out intention to make linal proof in support

much more satisfactorily if good judgment Parlor Suites ;- of his claim, and that said proof will In-
I is used in making thelll.n old iWJ'l'hlsrepresents I.,-.. \,; ,,-....:.. made before the Clerk of Circuit Court.

rulo in making:: investments is as follows: : ;_h',_ .I-__ -u.. i, at Titusville. Fla., on July it. !*&*.
I "The time to buy is when things:: are Bed Room Suites healthy life. Jn<'!t such a life ai they enjoy viz. : William }). Owen of icor'iaun.
Throughout tu v.Ul scenes. Who use the:smith's toile Uean3.i .
I cheap; the time to sell i is when they are i Fla.. 1>. S. 1'JO!)! for the lot 1 and 2. se-.
lear the time to purchase is when Smithes BILE BEANS l-ntlfy tho blood, by acting G!, township! 21 !>south and I lots 3and4.
; dlrectlynml promptly on the Liver Skin and Kid. T'>+' original; Photograph
section :31. :{
south
township
'terlNSly'vitnt.i to Hell; mid the time toholl Beds Mattresses Hey,''. They consist" of a vegetable combination that panel, size of thin picturo range 37
.i is when everybody wants to buy." Iia!' no equal lu medical science They cure tou"UIa- rent aturv on. receipt Address of. Itfc. ia cat.lie.
If this rule followed combinedith lion, Malaria, and l>yi.pepi..ia, and are a Ntfeuuard; 1ULK ISEAltS, names: the following witness to
agaln all lorniH of fevers,chill- and fever,grail stone*, st. Loui., Alaand prove[ his continuous residence .Iid
good judgment us to: the investments Springs ISrigut'M; dllllea", ,,. Scud cents postage; for a sample upon.
made, it will generally lead to gunl retllts.Ct packagoand text' the TRl'TH of what xve !ita). Price, 25 cents per bottle, cultivation of. aid land viz :
mailed to any address. poet paid. DOSE ONE liEAN. Sold by dru::gl t8.J. Irving 1>. Hi :cock. of )Horti. Fla.:
: r. Ixmdon Et'oJlombt. And everything in the FURNITURE F. saixTtc dJ: co., riioriuKTous, so. ijOtrxs!: axo. Henry Fish of (;('OIial1a.lJrahuu L.Hruncr. .
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of lit'oriII1l. Homer(i. Allen,
.\ (; MM! .'..ndl =NhiirpeiMT NiHHltnl. line. Call and see the New Stock of ieorgiana.; Fla.

Popular Science News directs the attention just received. OTICE 5 :-i. C.: TLCKEI:. :(';:.: b r.
of inventors to the demand for a - --- --- -- --.
good form of i,encil t-hafJl'lll'r. It is a Keepfull supply of metallic and wooden XOTICC.

great faction annoyance a fresh point to con, with-tautly the top accoiu-and I [Coffins, Cases and Caskets. GREAT CHANGE IN PRICES OF GOODS.I the Four Hon.weeks Minor after S. ,Jones date I County will' -ipph Judge tt'

peutying'arch for a penknife and the Funerals attended if dl'ired.ll! orders of ISrevard: cornty. for leaveto icU
:
di-i sal of the dust and shavings.; The executed and at reasona- about ninety acre:* of land belonging; to
promptly the estate of Mills O. F.iiniliain. to
pencil bharjH-ners in common use make a rate,. Embalming done. 22 am prepared to oflVr IninK-UM- Bargains in- the debts of said estate, there being July n,>
point so short and blunt that the harjten- -
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personal property to-wit : All the right
lug prllt..t'omUoIt! In repeated every few title and interest of said deceased iu'mrto ;
minutes. What is needed is some device BEAUTIFUL RIVER FRONT about !)O acrein Lot .
1 section
NiEN'; $ BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S CLOTHING. ? of 2 I:.
which can l lae sold at a low price and i and Lot 1 of section :35, town.-lilj i*

which will cut a long, sharp tapering ATFORCED south range37: east i all being: and I lying:
point, such as: at present can only be in the county of Urevard. Mate ot
formed by a penknife in the hands of an S'tra"'UV RToo1 and F"\.1r Hats, and Florida.
expert sharpener.-Chicago Xeus. SALE. ClIAis. II. N'Al'MAN.Admr. .
Caps White and Fan.cy Shirts 1>. l:. X. c*t. M. O. Curnliatn.

Our Host Native Wood This June Cth, 1SSS. I
Un.c1.or"'aVoar. Hosiery: : Noc] .-
According; to Professor Sargent, the JOi acres of high dry land beautifully ----\oTicfc.----- - --

strongestood in the United States is situated on Indian River. Give at leasta woar, Trunks and ValisosTJnmbrollas State of Florida:
that of the nutmeg hickory of the Arkansas quarter mile liver front. Will be soldat of : ) In Justice's('our).
region, and the weakest the West least 50 per cent less than any land : and Boots County To Hannah Brevardl M. Sas.ser.
Indian birch. The most elastic is the of like nature on the liver. We are
Shoos. You
and are Ilerehnotifil"1 that a writ of
tamarack, the white slu-llkirk hickory ordered to sell, and sell we must. attachment has been Ksued against:

standing far below it. The least elastic, Address or call on 8You( never yet hail such a chance to get a lot of goods for K little and your property attacheil to satisfy: yon the

and the lowest in specific gravity is:: the demand of I). L. (i&ulden, amounting to
wood of the ficus aurea. The highest thus. D. Sueet, mone. Call and see for yourselves.Second :$23.ow unless! you shall appear before

specific gravity, upon which in ,general Manager the Hon. Minor S. Jones, Judge of the
depends value as fuel, is attained by the a-. :E3IR. :E3.A..Un./[ County Court and ex- ffici< Justice
bluewood of Tt'xas.ew York Sun.A Indian River Real Estate Agency, of the Peace for said ('ount3t Ids

FLA. 2b office at Titusville, on the "th day ofugu.t
FLORIDA.
T1TUSVILLE TITUSYILLE
Door East of Indian River Bank
New DUInfectant. .\ .\. 1>. 1W8, at 10 o'duck in the

A powerful disinfectant, adapted to all I _ __ __ n __ ___ __ ___ __ forenoon, judgment will)) be rendered
Purposes, has been obtained in Paris from against you and your property sold to |'rr

: It is a syrupy brown liquid of PORTER & POTTER Clyde's New York Charleston and Florida the debt.
a not disagreeable odor, resulting from a Dated this Oth day of June, 18b>.
peculiar saponification of the oil by a 7 D. L. GAULUKX, l'J3intifLXotlCl'

caustio soda. It destroys moss and steamship 2.lin.e.

fungus on trees, and sponging with a Real Estate Dealers .
weak solution keeps flies from horses.: The Elegant Steamers of this Line are appointed to sale To all whom it may iwirtnt:

San Francisco Chronicle. Six months after date 1 will protect tu tit: H'.not-
Lake Worth, Dade Co., Fla. FROM JACKSONVILLE, able Minor S.Jones I'rtobateJud e of L'ret.rd Co.
Fla.mv final accounts and vouchers of the estate of
lly the Wrong Name CHEROKEE, (New). Thur lay, June 7th, 2:30 p m JOHN E MOOUK, deceased of said county anl ak
We Lake Worth Florida is the most tropical part of for final discharge a8 administrator of tl> 4Jd
designate Espana as Spain, Itab" the State. It lies parallel with the ocean beach ia 8EIIXOLE.Xew). Thursday; June 14th, 8:00am estate my I"HINEAK 1) \V1.1iM'1,1111 r.
as Italy, Deutschland (or Germauia poetically :2 miles long of au average width of one mile, id CHEROKEE ew). Thursday, June 2M, 2:00 p m THusville, 11a.. January 1\1. ISea.WANTED.
) as Germany, Preussen as Prussia, connected with the ocean by an inlet, and is nowhere SEMINOLE, (New)...............Thursday, June 23th, 8:30 a inFROM ,- -- ---- -----
of mile from the ocean.
Baiern over three-quarters a
as Da\'arh. Ungarn as Hungary, The flushing and hunting cannot be excelled, pompano !
Hessen as Hesse, Roasiya as Russia, blue fish. ea trout barracuta sheepuead and : FER.N: .A.NDIN: .,
Polska as Poland, and so on and so on.- other fine fish being easily caught by trolling or I ia ulldafternoon eliable awl Actite .Men to travel f..r aa
Cor. ith a net Peer and wild turkey are plentiful in Every Established House during the summer montbii.
Chicago Tribune. the pine woods beyond the chain of fresh water After arrival of the : Those who can furnish a Lore and give jcctriiypreferred
1
lake which lie west of Lake W ortb. beautiful cocoanut Money advanced cuoiitblf to lay ('.-
The riilloxent.The .o groves are m bearing all along the shores of pensti .\ great chaise fur th right In.-i. !
Co.'s Train
the lake and guavas mangoes, sapadilloa. alligator Florida Railway and Navigation tate age. buMuexHxi>t Economiste FrancaL-e estimates pears sugar apples. Sj\anibh limes, Jamaica apples, I better send names aDd addrK (>t relertuc- X<-
the loss tamarinds coffee goosberry trees matuuee apples, I j jmaumee to card Never mind about
suffered by the French winegrowers Leaving Jack-mville: at :?:-t.) p. m. attention laid portal:
bapotas, almonds dates, figs oranges. !| Bending stamp for reel Address "nl''''IN Er'
through the- phylloxera at 10- limes lemons citron and all kinds of tropical fruits i i i YEMASSEE Sun.lav. June -'rtll,I YE\I.:EE Sunday Jane lath Box II Richmond .3..u..
000,000,000 francs double the amountof flower are doing finely here. This:; the most ,. '
and : DLLAWAKE Mind}. Tune K'tb \ ELWAKE Sunder Juue 2Uh"teaiuer ---- ----- ------- ---- -- -- -
of Florida btiu, l"u milts eas-t of the '
the eastern part I'j
war indemnity of 1671. longitude of JacVsoimlle This brings the Gulf |,I : :! arc appoint to sail from I'u-r'JO, East laver New York, TO OUR uiiiins.
nearer to the Uud here than at any other ,
The little town of Kliningen, in Bayaria part Stream ot the coast and thus insures the, most even 'j: Every Tuesday and Friday at 3 o'clock P. )[. Malaria or Ague Surely Cured!

u a perfect example of a Social- large temperature acreage of i>any put in place garden in the truck United every Mate winter A, :)! The freight and pas-engf-r accommotlations are uiij-urpassert.! Every attention will te In this broid us..ertiou: we" sp.ak: nut falttl}.Lat
fctic community the land U-ing theProperty from 1500 to:!u.uu0 bushel- early tomatoes be given business entrusted to this lineHirect state positive!> that ties.and all mia-Btaa_ .:
eteij scar w .:10rill:.' J1 .1.1 *\."<0 to i i all slnpnient from New York \ia Cly(Ie* I'loruhi Line, Pier 29, East Klver. poisons can radically drum Irons the > lui>
lug grown
of the citizens in common. buslnl" ooj' hotel. stares .IL i,a-t.thc I For further intoriuution apply to I and a permanent: cure guaranteed. IhouMixU. ot
$5.00 per ,T. LK-LlK, whose ttitimwKilt bra *t\d< tt, hat
.. .-r are n\eiueut. I ot* ol all ..I"e" a1.<. i,rsecure .t- J..TlU, \;':ent, \ Agent chronic cases
the above nriu, who Lavt' almot all of Feniiii'I, 1--l.i. r. \\ Kitj- >t.. Jacksonville, Fla.. been: cnre.1 by our infallible remedy, wLith coa-
The world's annual consumption of the, lInt d by Und to rill rarties buying LOW .ill. iu a TIE)). (;. EGEU TnillK \lanael; U'M. 1'. tL\l: A. CO., l F\'L _AGT., I tain neither quinine. rneulcor anjthitg icjiutuiu..
wheat LS estimated at '-..IG.jOOO.OOOushek short time, more than double the purchase money. I 3.) Hrva.war: \. Y. 1- *uth Wharves, Philadelphia, 3.1 Uroailway N. Y. : Full treatmeLt frtt by old physician of tlh* .
I Lot range from 5 to 10 acres all fronting on Lake I 1'1.. IKOXMON'UEli. Jr..lieneralTraveling A{eul. Jacksonville. Florida. standing. also trill remedy seat en reetiitvfdres

Worth Prices from fSO to $3oO an acre. Anyone Since last season VENTILATORS have tesn constructed on the iron steamers for the dres ASAUFL to MEDICAL 1UEEaV.fl K>K AI"A'. l.
A French wishina further iniernjation enclose stamp to the t ......
workman has succeeded in t above firm- better transportation cf Cransss and Vegetables .
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8 THE FLORIDA STAR, THURSDAY, JULY 5, 188S.LOC. .

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.'L LACOMCS. Fourth of July Celebration I success in attendance, and the array of FOR SALE. Indian River

at TitiiHvillc. pretty white costumes among the ladieswas A tract of land on Indian River in the Bakery
.-Quite a few Eau Gallic folks in The county of Brevard. consisting of 83 ,
noticeable. dancinghall
town this week.Messrs. Although the celebration yesterday : especially acres; it being lot X 0.3, and south" halt Washingtonvmne,
was a local affair, consisting mainly of j i had been tastefully decorated with of the northeast quarter of section 3.>. TITUSVILLE FLORIDA

r Belcher and Norton have I the people of Indian River, it was quite I bunting appropriate for Independenceday I and lot Xo. :3, being the southwest quar- Fresh Bread, Cakes and Confectionery

leaded their billiard hall to Mr. Fred a decided success, nevertheless. The I and from nine to one o'clock the t ter of the northwest quarter of section

Lesley.Mr day was magnificent, and not a drop of I dancers had a merry time. Under the 30 east., both This in township is a very 31 desirable south.-ranjre: piece: :of i BU TO\. FRENCH Constantly ou, IJILUIAMi band. ,

Restall bas removed her bakeryto supervision of Mr. C. Rhoads as masterof MILK IJUKAD
rain, and a cool breeze from the ocean hammock, soil of rich quality, suitablefor MADETO
Mr. S. Belcher's, of whom she rents a made it very pleasant even in the morn-i ceremonies the programme was successfully the raising of all tropical fruits. Is OROKR:

part of the store. ing, which, generally, is the hottest part called and carried out.Ir.. situated at the Narrows, near Kno post- ,I I Parties care and Ball attf'ntlOD.Ut. Picnics", f'tf'at"rPd.. Non-Intoiuauta for with e\M-T.

-Mrs.\ Charles Magruder, who has of the day. ;I Rhoads: made the successful attempt of office. Will sell cheap for cash. For i Health divm*; Beverage, o it*. per bottle

making it pleasant for all dancers but, particulars address i Special Prices for Hotels,Restaurants,Etc.
\i-itingfriends at Mims, returnedto The day was ushered in during the E. 31. LOW.
: ..;. 'I TUEl:.
Brantley on Tuesday morning.The first hour of the morning by a long blast rather laborious for himself. Quite a Sept., :;. I})roc k"tun. Mss Proprietor.J. s

Merritt road from T. II. Sanders from engine Xo. 15, in charge of engineer number of young ladies from down the I --I I rUlTLIIAUl, l.r..jt..I\t.

clowlIIerritt's Island to the section liveat Rhoads, and he had the locomotive beautifully i river were present, and it was regretted I INDIAN RIVER ART GALLERY w" '1. KUoUYt.whnrINDIAN J.i .

Hock Ledge is about completed. decorated, with bunting and flags, that more of them did not stay to the I i: RIVER BANK.

all day.A dance that were here in the afternoon. ,
of the STAR be '
-Single copies may
of base ball in the Taken altogether the people seemedto
was played PICKEXS TTKXEK '
game
Titus* Hie. Florida.
obtained Thursday afternoon at !
every I'
Gray's news depot, next to drug store. morning, which was exciting to the players have enjoyed the day very much, and Photographer j i,i A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS: TRJLX.SACTED. 1;
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Titusvillehad a
and interesting to the spectators. we think that next to Tampa, .
-The locals are short this week. The the best: celebration of any place in Is now prepared to do anything in the 1
Base ball has been so obsolete on Indian Exchange bought ami "'1hl. sjH.tla| :Ul
STAR force were celebrating the fourth South Florida. It is hoped hereafter Picture line. prompt attention given to collections. Loan-.
River for the past year or two, that to negotiated first 1Unrt.tue for
too heavily the past two or three days. witness another game on the diamond that a regatta will be started and sailed Views on East Coast and Indian Rivera Ranks Curlorttion.nu1Iu11iridualy samss luu-i: sit;
.
est allowed tiuu lh.pu its.S1OCXOOO
-Dr. Benson returned to town on field was a real pleasure. The score during the winter month, when all our I Specialty. > y

Tuesday after a lengthened stay at Lake sheet, unfortunately, was handed in I home people are here and the winter Has the only Authorized PHOTOGUAPH i TO LOANOn

Worth and other places down the river. rather late for publication tq-day, and tourists also. Then a regatta would ex- OF PRESIDENT CLEVELAND AXD PARTY First-chas s Kcal Estate. d
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that has ever been made :during their ; _
-L. .\. Gingras, Esq., of Rock Ledge, on the limited time of our paper going I cite more enthusiasm. than now. travels. Orders by mail receive prompt Advances made upon available eolUtrrulApproved .1

called at our office Monday and had a to press, we cannot give the full details attention. -!')- 'IllO. bu-me>,. paper discount
I. Concert at Minis.
pleasant chat with us for a few minutes.Mr. of all of yesterday's proceedings.Four Dedication Drafts on all parts of Europr.Uijsines 1:
We had the pleasure of attending this A. M. Hamilton & Co. -*done at Jacksonville rat -.
Guy Metcalf of the Melbourne innings were played in the baseball Every favor, consistent With

JVeiw has been spending the week in Ti- match, resulting in a score of o for concert last Thursday evening sin the TTTUSVILIiE, FLORIDA, I banking cheerfully v.\teiuU--imu.l l t :

tusville and alo taking in the celebrationof the first nine and 2 for the second. The newly-finished school, at Mims, and pro COI:Itkal'0XDE\T, >: Hunk of Jackon ill.,
Wholesale Dealers in Jacks>on\illr. }la., The -eabuurI National l I
;r the Fourth. players in the first nine were as follows : nounce the entertainment a most pleas I Hunk, New York. r, ,

Bluss Rice C. C. Curtis 1st b. II. ant and meritorious one. The selectionson 1t -
p. ; : ; t
The Episcopal Church entertain Indian RiYer Oysters I C. C. ::EAIGHT I
the were well made, quitea ,
Titus, 2d b.r.. W. Skinner, c. ; M. E. programme .
ment, Fourth of July regatta, Minis concert i \it
Gruber, 3d b. ; S. II. Ray, *.s. ; L. F. number of which were in costume. Contractor & Builder. f
and other deal of
matters
occupy a ; LAKi MOUTH. DAIIK t .
The iolo'hen the Leaves to FISli u ILA.IIoues
Webb, r. f.; E. T. Redding, c. f. ; J. :1n-1 I begin I
this week. I t
our of all
space hinds built cither tn
der* l.f.Second. I to Fade, !sung by Miss Mims ; and )
Green Turtle and Game. j day wages or on eontraet. :"111 work
-Mr Quincy Stewart returned to t 2i
? Welcome :\Ii slIarri
by -on,
Footsteps
nine: C. D. Case, p. ; Brown- I } done in any part ot the Mate. tood)
Titusville this week. She has been on a ... I 9E
highly meritoriou and receivedthe work uaruntvfil. Also l a few hou-- l
lee, c. ; H F. Atkinson, 1st b. ; Jim were i I All orders will receive prompt un l euietul :itI :
viit to Mini, where we learn she spent applause of the evening, barring i I teution, whether bj telegraph for ale, in good locution.at bargain;
2d b. John raIler 3d b. Jno. greatest I
Sunday, ; ; letter or person. 1; price :&.hullI
:t very pleasant time. the juvenile duet and Sister Ruth _
G. Ronald f. G. Bran- h .
Sunday, s. s. ; r. ; I
Rooms to rent over Mrs. Lowdeu's f. Tom Johnson 1. f. in costume. Mr. Dickinson, of _\urantit -
ning, c. ; i TITUS HOUSE A. L. Ilati-h & Son
r' millinery store on Washington: avenue. Rice made one run in first inning; I took the part assigned Mr. Atkinson, I ,

First-cla position. Apply, after sixp. Gruber and Ray in the second; Ray and l who was absent. Mr. I). sun; two comic I Titusville Indian River Florida. r H VLHS i\ J
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111., to C. II. Walton.Mr. Titus in the third ; total, o runs. 1 son;:: s, which were vociferously :lPl'Iaml-1 I i DRY GOODS NOTIONS

Dur. has carried the artesian John Sunday made one run in fourth j ed. Miss Brown appeared nicely as a' !:. II. l' -UD', i'Iet'ie1l r. ,

well down to a depth of over JJOO feet, inning, and T. Johnson in the third ; to- j!: gypsy in the s<>lo "I dreamt I Dwelt in Hardware, Saddlery. .(
i Marble HalK" All the Rooms Excellent Cui 1 Crockery.
still! the flow of water is salt and containsa tal, 2 runs. duetsquartettes Large Airy ; I Stationery. Family Medicines ti

large amount of sulphur.It While the base ball was going; on the i, and glees were sung with much expression sine. i Garden SetJs. :..

yachts and their crews were preparingfor and correctness. The juvenile duet i I
would be to the advantageof any- the house and the little j This well-known House i is now open I CHOICE GROCERIES
captured singerswere
the to off o'clock. rot
contest come at one I Ifor the reception of gUt' to: .
one in need of a party or freight boat to I
that
they
loudly applauded reappeared -
Owing to a scarcity of entries above 2.) so Hay, Corn, Mapes Fertilizers.
apply to F. P. Hall, Georgiana. He isprepared
and again "Some Folks
feet, the race in that class was dispensedwith sung I GRAND-YIEW--HOTEL i (.'..T'OIT.: .'14CHUU \.
to sell the:1'c very cheap. i i and au additional prize of $4;5 and Do." Sister Hath, in costume, took well ; ,,
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Price ;50;: cash.Mr. ,,
$
with the audience, and M5s V. Mims:
$30 in the other two clashes
was placed I
I and Mr. Johnson were encored until they TITUSVILLE, FLA. EACOTT & CO.
J. Birnbaum had his store decorated aggregating the same number of prizesas ,

in grand style yesterday. Bunting advertised. 'j II responded with an old favorite. Mrs. --- i i's'i'l'l I II I \.I..I..I;, I-L ,.. w

and Hags filled his entire store front. SECOND CLAs. Strahan, in personifying the old-time The lost centrally i located Hole) in City I TIN & WORKERS

During the afternoon he got the excite- The Cheemaun. of St. Augustine, lady reciting her difficulties singing with iiinTElllN- e

ment aroused by a race for a hat, to be owned and sailed by W. S. M. Pinkham, the new-time church organ, was quite -0---- I

run in sacks. We did not learn the win won the first prize of $GO. i nun en"'l'. Mix :Jstrahau imitated the NEW HOUSE. FIU&T-CLAsS:: I ; <4HOOFIXti, t
character she with EVERY RESPECT.Open .
ex
represented' great
nero The Rosie II., of Eau Gallie, owned i And ,Wuintfinttitrin of Tin i: os
actness. Thi."a... followed by the farce, all the round. Table Unsur + ; I
-Ir5. Treutler, of Eau Gallie, who by Houston: Bros., won the second prize of year
"The Train to Mauro," in which the passed. Bath llooms Free. 11 if l'C. i
left here for Council Bluff I
Iowa, was recently unfortunate enough to get a, $45.The Blossie: of Cocoa owned by Mr. t widow Buttermilk has a great trouble in Rates, 52.t) Jw $3.00 per Da).. Galvanized Vori & Repairing of all gi>r.j r.
I catching the train to Mauro instead of I !
splinter in her eye while on the train. Hardee, won the third prize of $30. SPECIAL RATES PElt WEEK. .f
i (to-morrow) with the station agent, who I 14ot.utioll MAIN Vl'.. ucarlther.
:
Medical aid summoned and from a THIRD CLASS.The
was ,
J. d. JIILLER
Proprietor.
I is greatly vexed by her impertinentquestions. 44
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letter received from Mrs. Treutler, we Nettle, owned by G. Gleoson, of III
Ali Brown the
I represented -
glean that she i is nearly convalescent Eau Gallie, won the first prize of $40. widow, Brittie Minis as her son, and Mr. r

again. The Gold Dust, owned by Guy Met I Strahau as the station agent. \\"e learn BOBBINS & GRAHAM, I

calf, Melbourne, second prize of $30. that the receipts were quite satisfactory.The : ,

-A negro named Robl. Murray was The Meteor, owned by E. B. Wager, I house: was a full one. --f........-)-....
drowned in the river, near Mrs. Dixon's I

place. at .Magnolia i'oiut, fcuuuay; morning Titusville, third prize of $20. Sirs.Wn?SLOW'S Advice S.OOXHIX to Mother S'IBt'pghoulJalW&1S 'I REAL ESTATE BROKERS & LOAN AGENTS

while in bathing. It is supposed he be used when children are cutting teeth. It relieves I
the little suffereriit once;it produces natural
I was caught with cramp. Parties from i quiet sleep,and the little cherub awakeaa. 'bright ,-.,.. .
/ button." it is to taste. It (
as: a very pleasant
the shore noticed his disappearing : : ; soothes the childsoftens the gums,allaysallpain, q-
tried to reach him with a boat but were regulates the bowels and is the best known remedyfor LANDS BOUGHT AND SOLD. I't
,
: diarrhoea, whether arising from teething or t
too late. zi I f : r l other causes. Twenty-Hie cents: a bottle.

i Loans Negotiated on First Class Security at from 12 to 24 per cent.
-Mr. H. B. Hersey, of the Signal Service : Geo. B. Humph. I'V

has been very ill for the past week 1 L.. Choice lots in rapidly growing Towns, will net investors MX( ) per
A FULL LINE OFGENTS'
; 1 I cent. in twelve months.
f suffering with intermittent fever. No ; I i
; ; :
FURNISHING GOODS. Residence lots in
improvement was noticed up to the first t I Titusville from $20 up to $1000.

r of this week but he is now a little better. ; f; r-I! .; I Irrrrr Business lots from $?30 to $?,300. .

I His many friends hope to see his speedy !
.. \:. tl- for Florida Lands.
\ ; :;- ;- :; 'I'x: '<' Agents Southern Railway
take the of
recovery place.Ir. Eddy assistant -. 0 .... -. -\ Length I I t"'II .
fills his place, and Mr. Chas. J O iC _' OZ.O ='i 1 Yacht.tc I I ..

Gardner is assisting him. '-1-I :' I ....A I'I'1 I More than 3,000,000 Acres of Choice Lands, located in nearly every .
....
r - - "
in the State, suitable for and Vegetable
'" county Farming Fruit
Grazing
: t. i ; : II!
-Four of the old residents of Indian Time of
:.i tc tc to tc is M tsl 1
1C li -- X 1C Si Ci .. ::4( 4 Start. i Growing-Pine, Cypress and Cedar Tiinber, price $1 per Acre and 1t1
River formed a set at the dance last
ioooo:
: CO ."L rw upwards.
night, the combined of the four oo O OOC -OOO I t Jt
) tlemen being 216 years age representing gen rt".o -- .... --..........1:1 = I IE "".,. .I ItiN P. 0. Box 2oO Titusville, Florida.A. ,
:_ = ? ; :- .J! Timeoii H
centuries, Of course their partnerswere t : :'x _.o' :Fins h. l'I' .
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_
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all young misses and they must r. ::. -. :-:: -:. ..="t:....:-::::: :::: .To I -.. I A. STEWART, GEO. M. BOBBINS, WALTER S. GRAHAM.Clerk .
IIt
have felt highly honored dancing with ; ;' -1. I: Circuit Court. Atty. at Law. )J. D.

such venerable ancients as these. They :: :,-. :,-. :; -_ ? |iT1Iue H'RTS e
.... .... (Allowance.s :.
were respectively Captain Stewart X. N. c OJ \
,
;.; ; ,,:,,, TINE LINEN BREVARD ABSTRACT OF TITLE COMPANY.
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l'ennt'Ir. F. 15. Sackett, and Dr. .. I :
: ic tt: ': ': '.1- \
Stewart. -s i3: ; wicc, ''Actualoii 1 I 11
.c-ic -if! ..Time.ii y Complete .\ lireard ,
i Capt. Abner D. Johnson, one of the .1C.. i.- Oli U = O: x i QlAHjEy : ,
too ;< s' c o c r; I
oldest citizens of Florida, 7l -1-1( I. I
age year
-;- tc: ic tc is;.t..I-; i ; I ROXUUT izGarden isT'S II I Titles Examined and Perfected. ,
died Wednesday afternoon at Leesburg, I is ic cll I. : Corrected: .

the home of one of his: daughters. Capt. I -c-1'1 'Tinge.etc i: Fresh Seeds i I Box 250, Titusville, Fla. -

Johnson has been for years a prominent' .. -l .: c C =:,, i Sold at Philadelphia Retail Prices. Will -_ ___ I
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i
make special orders and prices to ---- 1
figure in south Florida, being one of the The trace was started promptly at a | parties wanting seeds i WE CALL THE ATTENTIONOf ,

I cattle king. lIe resided in Orange coun i little past one o'clock with Messrs. S. H. i, in bulk.

z ty. lIe was surrounded during his last Rays J. H. Hogan and J. J. Lalloche asI Geo. B. Rurnph. the people of Indian River to our stock of I io*'d-! .

$ hours by his brother, Capt. W. Johnsonof I judges. They had no close decisions i 19 Titusville, Fla. which we are offering at very close margin. ,

Oxford, and by the following children !j to make, and only one foul was We make a specialty of f

of his: Captain J. F. P. Johnson of I: noticed, but as it did not affect a winning j ji I \OTICE.To .

Gainesville, Mrs. Win. H. Kendrick of I i boat it was hardly necessary to rule on all horn it m>iy fYJliJ'erll : Groceries Grain and Flour
t
''I Six weeks from the publication of Hay
Jacksom'illeIrs.. James I. Gibbons of it. this notice, the undersigned i will applyto ,

Silver Springs, Mrs. D. C. Hull of Webster The Cheemaun did some handsome | the Honorable Henry Priest ex-offi- I stocK of 1"I
,and Miss Julia P.Johnson of Orlando sailing yesterday, also the Rosie II., the : cio county judge hating probate juris- On which we will give special: inducements. We carry a large
diction in and for Dade Fla., ETC.
county.
His son Thomas A. Johnson of Orlando, Rosie beating the Blos.ie on actual sail- for letter of administration of the estate -II GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS, BOOTS AND SHOES, HATS AND CAPS,

was unable to be present. These are his ing time. The Cheemaun redeemed her-' of my brother August liars, de Which we are offering at low figures. Those needing shoes will find it greatly t
only surviving children, three having self from the disgraceful manner in ceased. late cf said county of Dade. low.
j HEIXRICK HARS.Waveland. I their interest to give us a call as we are selling shoes very tfit
preceeded him to the grave. His wife which she was sailed May-day.. ] Dade County, Florida. J We will be pleased to quote prices at any time.

I died in 1863. The dance in the evening was quite a'a July 2nd, ISSS. 11-Ct. t E. L. :SB.A.DY d3 :$RO. ,

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