The Florida star
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00075901/00109
 Material Information
Title: The Florida star
Uniform Title: Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Star
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: S.W. Harmon
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: July 26, 1888
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note: Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note: Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071719
oclc - 34175599
notis - AKR0018
lccn - sn 96027111
System ID: UF00075901:00109
 Related Items
Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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.Minis.r What a charm the beautiful climate of'j Capt. Dye has old his hare in the .1 Fleming Club at Lake [ A 'all lor retard ('uun1)-

\[ and Mr*. Chaudoin and Mr. Friens- Florida has; too often only appreciated i iby Steamer Lake Worth to Capt. U. D. j Worth. i i Democratic Coin'entioii. N

ley qient Wednesday among us. absence: from its delights. From :\Iichi j Hcndrickson, who by this purchase becomes ';i LAKE WORTH, DAM: Co., Fr..\. j The Democratic party of Brevanl

Mrs. Harvey, sister of :\Ir J. E. Brady, i ijran, Northern and Southern:: Ohio, from | full owner. July 14th, IS S. county will hold a convention the

bJ been visiting friends here the pa-t: Illinois, New York, Massachusetts, and As the prospect: : .; lessen: of any com I Editor of the Florid Star: I II : Court-house, in Titu-\'meo on Wt-dnesr

Pennsylvania, comes the same cry "we pany building a railroad for us our : day, the <>th day of September lSs, at
I DIAU SIK-A meeting of the voters
whekMist Venetia Mims accompanied wish we were hack again in Florida." citizens seem about to be ready to take'I Cocoanut'' three o'clock p. in., for the purposo of
I j t of Lake Worth was held at the
Lutie Dicken ora to her home at Auran- In conversation with Mr. Ely he mentioned I the matter in their own hands: and build i Grove house on the afternoon of July : making Democratic nomination. to fill

a lettter received from a lady in a road to Jupiter themselves. the following office. :
tis on Monday.Miss I 14th, for the purpose of organizing apolitical ;
Devonshire: England, which states that E. N. Dimick of the Cocoanut State Senator from the lath DNtriet,
Leone Decker came up on Capt. club to take vigorous action in
"the weather has been cold and wet and House has lime that I a member of House of lleprcscntatives
Grove tree
to"isit a
train, from Titusyille i coming c tlllpai n. The meeting wa* u
friend, Miss Beckie Minis.: unpleasant even since I arrived and shall 'I brought in :$27 in l.sS">, :$20 in 1SS<>, and I called to order: by Fred. S. Dewey, E::>q., I from Brevard county, County lodge
her be glad to get back to the warmth and :$'>0 1 in 18This;: year he has not kept i and the following preamble and I Clerk of the Circuit Court, Superintendent s
of parsed :i resolu-I
\ party young very !sunshine of Florilfc." Snow had fallenin I track of his income frum it. This tree I tions were unanimously adopted of Public Instruction, County
pleasant evening at1 rs. parlims' the Skeddaw mountains about the l>t is nine years old. He has several othertrees Whereas the election of Francis P. I Surveyor, County Assessor of Taxes,
in order
:Saturday:: last, who were kept I County Tax Collector, Treasurer
on of County
.July on occurrence before, old that do not
quite a
older and wiser ones. as: pay Fleming! of Duval county, Florida, as I
br a few Ugh! well. t and Sheritf; also: a new Democratic
governor of the State, will guaranteeby Misses Egger of LaGrange, and Executive Committee.
The We are pleaded also to know that a The l'oloretll'eol'le of this section celebrated -I his high character and firm abilities, i:
brother, from Jacksonville! spentthe Each precinct will be entitled to time
their large wharf running out to deep wateris the 4th by a picnic at Palm Beach a notable and honest administration of i I
evening at Mr. Strahan's. A musical following number of delegates :
to be built on the land of Mr. C. E. and rifle shooting in the afternoon on Stitteaflairs:: ; and
treat was given on the violin and Barkers mutL..1 Haulover..... .....2City
Graves only short distance smith of Whereas there ha been oLlIeIIi
a the ocean beach. Their only disappointment a *
the Point..........:'I LaGrange------------1:
piano by guests. the prospected new road. The iron and was in the scarcity of chicken and i Democratic club organized on Lake l':111an'ral..l Merrill's IIand..2

Preaching service was held at the locomotives have been bought for a road watermelon owing to the watchfulness of I I Worth, Dade county, Florida, (composed Eau Gallie..a Malabar ............1

School-house, on Sunday morning by from river to oc'an.re hear a large the white folks during the previous I mainly of new comers, of unknown antecedents \ Eden.............. ...1 Meilkurzie-.i
f.eJa.i.. Bolton. On the fourth Sunday hotel and I Fort Drum........ 2 Narrow. ......-..-...1
and who haveno
numerous private week. political personal, Fort Pierce........ 2 I Iocklcde! .-.... ..... '
of August he will preach here again, are to be built at this point. (Had of it nor interest in the ...... .. "
Hob says he will fool no more on the \ property : county j Georgiana ...1 Tituville-........ r
and the sermon will be preceded by a the more the merrier. This and which with similar i
by combining
companyhas uncertain deck of a sailboat, :\1111Iis The primarie of each of the above

!song service.Mr. valuable grants, plenty of capital, and Mabel says she wishes: he had said *o I elements in other parts of the county, by precinct to elect the above delegates

C. I>. Purycar has sold} his store energy, enough to make their new towna about a week sooner than he did and misrepresentation and slander has gained will be held at each voting place therein

and business! to Mrs. J. E. Brady, the grand slll'ceTJIl'e: are facts and not kept his word, a* it would have saved an influence in county affairs far beyond on Momlaytire' day of August at :! ,

new firm taking pxsscssionVednesday: : idle talk. them Inith from getting their Sunday-go- that due to it. o'clock p. in.

evening. Mr. I'ahtat, representing the The1.1( states "that final arrangements meeting clothes:; all wet and their Be it resolved, that a Fleming club he The following persons have been appointed

wholesale! house of Smith & Frazier, of have been made for the establishment watches ruined by salt\ water. organized on Lake Worth, Dade county, a* the Democratic Executive

Jacksonville, spent the day in Minis and of a tramway from Ea-t: Melbourne While the Hc.E.. Gale i spending Fla., for the purpose of working for the Committee for each precinct, and requested .

received a large order from the new pro to the Mcllttiirne Beach and a new hotelto his summer in the north he is also acting election of Francis P. Fleming as governor to arrange for the primarie in their

IrictreTho. clerk and book-keeper accommodate 150 to _O() guests, one as a sort of missionary to the Kansas ; to obtain for taxpayers and old resident respective precincts.Haulover '.
of 'c olden times" are released from which F. ( I Iojourllin the influence in the county's affairs +
Mr. S. Jibbs will preside while heathen, among whom l he i is at present I -C. II. Nauman I). Vann,

duty and are IWnt large "seeking ::1 Mr. 11. "". Andrews runs the Careleton." From latest accounts from I to which they are entitled, thereby I Eil. Summerlin.Catuueral r

whom they may devour." We were told over two months: ago that a :. the interior of Kansas Prof. Gale read a ensuring an honest and economical -N. N. I'ell 11lot'crL

-- hotel of :20 rooms would be built there and paper before a body of native horticul- county administration, and, last but not I Manson, Orlando (;Juarterman.Kockledge i t

Canaveral.Hie = the tramway has been an assured fact fur turists, in which he described to them least, that the election this fall may be I, -Lyman Barnes, 1L C. ; 1

event of the week has been the over a year all it needed was just: to Florida in all its glorie Of course" the untainted by the fraudulent practices May, C' Magruder..

digging a canal from the ocean to the start the thing, we are glad to hear of reverend gentleman is truthful and can which prevailed at the Miami and El- \Ial:1har-\lr. Maynard, Ed.! Arnold i

lianana river at the Pepper Haulover. the certainty of its completion and hope aiford; to be so as he has no axe to grind, \ iot's Key precincts at the last election, Melbourne F. (Jibl>r J>. \\'. Mc-
the one hotel with 20 rooms will and which by the negligence or connivance (Juaijr. t
Monday brought the mol refreshingrains so he did not claim that Florida wa-ia
TIC have had since la-t: February a half dozen of 200 rooms each and all paradise; but that it was merely next of those: in authority remain unpunished Barker' Blufl-S. Kitching, Dempsey

and the whole country looks much the IK filled to m'crtlowing from November door to it, with Lake"orth adjoiningthe to this day. Cain, Paul Kroegcl.Tituville t

bettor for it. 1st to June 1st ISSi). boundary line, and with the same For these purposes we, the undersigned I j I -:;. II. liar- Frank KcciLE -

On :Sunday morning lat the lightning Pid'nt it rain though last; Saturday oil and products-and that this is all ; I hereby organize ourselves under B. Wager.Narrows .
the name of the Dade County Fleming -J. P. Grey; John J. I-iltocIio
and blow Alex Goode and Willie stands be
struck down in the marsh just north of Ely :so ready to proven by I
Club and adopt tlm following by-law Noah
the Wilson grove and fired the dry grass were t fishing at Fish Point ; seeing the SAM.
-- ---- for our guidance : Drum-Morgan Swain, Henry
starting a serious blaze. .\ number of rain coming they ran to the cottage of: !
A Health Snhjeel.K 1. The otlicers of thi club shall consist Holmes, J. T. Padgett.
tilling hands fought it for about a half Mr C. ,1 l Hector for shelter. On returning I
: of a president and secretary, w ho..eI City Point-J. I). Hatter, T. I:. Dixon -
hour and succeeded in extinguishing the to their boat which they left pulled H.'KuiHii; : FLA. JULY 21th 1SS.Lditur :;.
duties shall be such as are usualin similar II. A. Hardee.Mcrrritt' .
the beach and anchored found
dames after it had burned up some five upon they of the Floridn Mar : .
her ailoat. J evidently capsized and organizations. Mand-J. II. arn.., \\ 1:.
ms of marsh and come dangerously Permit me through your :?. Any voter of Dade county, who Sanders, J. 1;. Carter.
righted herself, as there were tufts of moss oin-I I
the .
near orange grove.11'ednesday call the attention of the (
County pledges himself to and vote for Eau Galllie; B.
clelrto the top thcmat. 'apt. Alex'soars support J. Stewart, II. 1:.
about noon quite a fleet of missioners; to the matter vaccination Francis P. Fleming for and the Olmstcad
governor T. J. Snell.Georgiana .
,rudder, rod, and reel and his Water-
iILJ\ltsllllln'll in procession to the House which has received little or no attention Democratic State ticket Income a
bury watch which he had placed for safety may -Allen lioothe Charlie )IaI i
Refuge,bringingsixteen workers arnmel under the stern seat were gone. All here. member of this club upon receiving a I grader, Ilufus Stewart.
pith shovels who after looking over the I A few years ago we might have agreed of ballots the
I were finally recovered, the watch was I, majority cast on question I I xGrange-Thoma* .Jhno.II: A. J. h
ground decided on digging through the that it was unnecessary to bother with of such membership.Fred. Carter, Perry Day.
found six or eight feet from the boat
l bar> south of the ]House of Refuge. By nearly buried in the sand under water the matter; as this healthful country was S. Dewey, I Fort fierce-T. J. DcSU-uI, .T. S. ft

Thursday after dinner a cut was made but working asif two hours of then out off from the highways of travel James W. Porter, Bell, W. \\'. I, iyport.

efficient let in some of the salt water submersion were away nothing uncommon. and had no sea-ports throuzh which in- E. N. Dimick, Eden-Thomas Richards, J. H. LoTournau. -

mad on account of provisions running fection might come. But not so now. L. 1) Hillhoiise; .

Kit the work was ostponcd till Tuesday Concerning the railway and other improvements \Yhilemallpox is not epidemic in this J. Highsiuith, I). 1.. (iAULDKx, Cliairmaw.

-M hist. It has been clearly shown by on the property of )Ir. C. E. country there are a few cases in several M. W. Dimick, II. ATKIX&OX, Secretary.:

the work, done that the present level of Graves, at Eatll'll: l.IUWC.', as.tatc..d, of our large cities, and there is of course: tit.'orger.. iinhart, .- -- -

the creek is one foot below the low watermark the railway iron and locomotive are possibility of its spreading in any direc A.11'. Garrett, IjlUor Ftorlld Star:

and that another digging like that purchased, the contract for the large tion. Florida has thrown wide open her Fred. Mayer,
wharf is let of the hotel site is For once in a generation Dade countywill
already done a constant stream of saltWater two acres doors to immigration, and the Indian M. K. Lyman,
ask for in the Senatorial
recognition -
can be run in for some time, till to be cleared immediately, an avenue liver country is attracting much atten- Allen E. Heyscr, :

the heavy rains: fill up the creek. The I (Ocean avenue), one hundred feet wide, tion. TrausjHrtation facilities have Win. Stephen, contest For over twenty years Bre ,
,I is laid out from river to and will yard ha appropriated to her own ue and
ocean's desire to cut away the beach may been much improved and immigration of Samuel James,
*ith proper assistance. on our part result I! be planted with shade trees ; a sea-side all classes: will come to this country along N. W. Pitts, benefit thi Senatorial cake and nut once

in a permanent inlet who can tell ? j town will be laid out, and a goodly number with them will l e some tramps and beggars George W. Porter, offering Dade a share, although we are
entitled to at least a small portion. Atleast
-- of residentare: already assured.; and these are the fellows who often I Wm. H.'a1e, !
I for the "milk of human kind
road will be known the Melbourne
:Melbourne.Mr. The as -
carry infection with them. I do not I J. S. Jenkins, m
will be i ness"should press upon our Christian
U. Beach
W. Andrews left us Monday Hailway.rurk desire to set up) -care-crow or to alarm : J. W. Parker,
friends in Bruvard the of allowing
extent -
(' winter's travel. At the I Us to carry ofl'the honors."Democrat" .
in time for this
autaUl ua, N. Y. an ounce of prevention as better E. II. Plunket.

sheriff Bowman paid our p1u'etlyi ng head of the syndicate we see the name of than a pound of cure. The Commissioners j Fred.:. Dewey, Esq., wa then elected!1 i; from South Brevard
I showed a noble heart when hero.-e to put
Wilcox of the of
top on Saturday last, at least he had to l'IPtain1frcll would do well to establish: a vaccine to the office of President and James W.
: in a word for Dade. Long will he be remembered -
fly to get back to the boat in time. Jamestown, Chautauqua Co., N. Y., so agency and appoint phyciaiis in the i I Porter, Esq., to that of Secretary. I for
coming out squarely
well known as the owner of steamers on who have
various localities vaccinate
Mrs C. J. Hector went the river on to i After an animated discussion a* to the f '
up lake which indicates that doing a thing that in a moral as well a*
Chautauqua ne\erbcen and those with whom the
btt too bet methods attain the
| to to re-
ness trip Saturday last: return- pursue
; political view is perfectly honest anti
will be to ,
the improvements pushed !I doubtful. I
results of vaccination
tai on Monday. Something is in the I were i suits a* set forth in the resolution-, right. When he mentioned Ewan he

wind, we believe surely when Mr. H. completion with his characteristic: believe the Indian River country i is \I adopted<< and after ordering that the proceeding struck tho right chord, for the Democracy -
makes i energy. the healthiest portion ot the United JackonvilUTim
be the
such sudden starts. + 1'.1)'O.romtt. sent to : is solid for him.
:i I State, and to preserve: it as such we fyi
Uniim and the F1.01l1.l.T.I
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We I ?*-
hear that the erection of Prof.Litt's I No better man could we select and in
look well to all source of out"ade I
t the to
meeting adjourned
resilience has heed postponed I lathe Worth. i publication, him weprouiisoBrevardagentleman: who
f fur '. No a* well as local infection. j meet again at the :same place and time ;,
a tilUl'_ He left on the Hock-ledge last cycloneNor will maintain the good name of the Ith

week Tuesday fur a call on some En- t; drouth yet. Very respectfully' your*, j ton July 21st, for the purpose of perfecting ;.: Senatorial district. Byall means gentlemen -
\\ L. JIn lll.ETf.1.1',
i 1
r>" frit.uJs'in another j ortion of the i A hurricane coming organization voting upon of Brevard open your hearts and
Member Board of Health. :
the admission of members.
late. new let have from Dade
us a Senator thereby
j Day and date not yet gnen.j II
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r. Marshal in showing brotherly love for your fellow
1). Byrd'* visit was reN. j Mr. P. Lennon has been quite sick II. P. Hollinsworth, an estimable : 11. J. Morgan, of Clearwater Harbor, Democrats.

(reecbfcjndieateclaimingand Valentine >s. The Culpepper, I and is now far from well. young man of Fort White, was drowned ':'has secured a patent on a type-writer, l lEE O caxliiuluu'S

the Turkey controlling Mr. IS. T Moore's son. Walter, left for last: week while on a picnic, celebratinghis i( and incredible :stories are now floating u ____ __
;""*-l'tim Grove. The weekly !Ithe north on the 11th on the Mary I!. birthday. around in regard to his uddenly-attain- VI' Tomb.
of July 12: in its report of
t. =s. Circuit Court cases :1\"s\n order ; He will, probably, be gone a year or two I Dr. F. >. Chapman, mayor of Orlando, ,;' ed lotion in the field of wealthy in-I Dr. J. I). Mackenzie, of Kingston':: ,

tra, granted and attend school while away. received his commission: from the governor ventors. 1 Canada, says that near the town of AI-
requiring I). II. Valentine to I I.
albl'earle.. 3rtl, ant! I"how cause why hl''IhoulJ ; The only bearing date tree on the lake i as a member of the board of health of The Penacola navy yard people are thorpe, England, i is the tomb of one of

nut be attached for contempt of and the only one, with poibly one or ; Orange ctlUuty.I ,! complaining] of dull times down there, George; Washington's ancestor: Upon

(()Urt. His offence consisting" in taking ', two exceptions in the whole State:: is on I! The entire u..inegood: will, etc., now that the soldier tore away at Huntville. *- the tomb] are inscribed! the coat-of-arm

l' eSsiuu McCormick's east side place. Sanford of the Washington's with the "stars anti
Vi ct .\nl1i and fencing in a :\ 15. K. I connected with the Publishing: :

portion of the :grove which is supposed I: The Iduna has been hauled out and Company, ha been sold to Dolph) Edwards D. ,\". Sj encer, of Sanford, who had stripes" in the quartering The Wash

to be ( and Fr.mkr.. Street, who will his collar-l broken the ingtou's are the only family whose coat-
mr* 1>. :1L \"alelltinl"s land and put in summer quarters to await the return I >one during races

"hich has been the subject of litigation of her master.: Capt. N. M. Puts, continue it under the name of Edwards: on the Fourth was out on the street lat of-arms: is: the shield of fiQth) >.. ),(${) ) of

_ : Leh'een the parties j i from Ormond. ;, & Street Friday. people.




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The Old Fashioned Method,; No Longer : II. C. Starck. Proprietor. Syrup Barrels $2.25.
The white moon fills the silent s.y. C:** of the Heliograph In (:en. :lilies* ;

And stirring at her feet Apache Campaign.At Imployetl-Xew Prooe'*) e<*. Manufacturer of tine Havana and Domestic Gauged: to order ten l"vi:.j, '.. P+

The white floods rise au
Bold lovers, rash and fleet N. J. have attributed the death of : Wheelwrighting and
Miles decided to make use of the signal hand made good*. Order promptly filled. Repairing >f/

But swifter flood to feel<< her sway. I service, and to this end requested the prominent Son of Temperance of that i Factory Malabar.. Fla. 2,' ; C.O.Th 1 **

And rush in restless tide chief officer to him with city to lead poisoning, caused by drinking j _
signal provide a -- -- -----
Is the love that leaps from ray heart ia words of bottles 'i Honey barrels am l
1 temperance beverages: out Ovalai. I p. :
: ,
detail of from the
to to
For her horn I walk Iaid. : the commanding men general coq of the report department which have been cleansed by tin use of 5,000 Budded Trees For SaleAt : from *:!.uu up. '

The white moon slips from the darn:sky I i shot. The theory is that the rattling; of i
of Arizona for
military signal; dutyin Tanksand 1't
Th.*ea lips from the shore : w're shot in the bottles has caused the lead i Low Price. .
the field Signal stations located
Atrl Uw: to my happy silent L*artSweeps I from which the shot is made to adhere to j 60,000 in Nursery.Apply all kind-otroopFR t'1's .,. .
t'w .flQfl of word' once more ; on the highest peaks along the line of ? '
the glass and subsequently to be taken up j
communication. Each station was equipped T. JOlI.Vsov ,lr
khSPoJ the beach i the when the bottles to W. II. But not tEl: t-e waves have by liquid are re-
with from two to four ,
operators according -
And the moon has kSsed: tlie yea i fi'led.! There are: probably few old | City Point, Fla. J l I L:1Grnnt'A U I
to the amount of business which
And not u'-.tiS. sweetheart, I too I
-- --- -
fashioned bottlers who clean
Hare tisx.-d-ttu tL-ed by thee. I! passed through it. In addition to these not only J I I i Opened for the Season H **
I temperance drink bottles. but also wine :
-A. \V. R I GRAY.
1 j operators there were lookout men who I S.F. il t*

swept the surrounding country and bottles, with hot: but that is not the ,, !5jA: man who i, :,it,-re..!r,l : .\ h vf ,p1r

"< Art of l"olhMng Diamond*. j| neighboring; : peaks with powerful field practice in the latest approved bottling i i welfare will U pKi-t.,l t.. K... ,\ tygx
The art of cutting and polishing clia-1 establb-hmentvS. There is one in South : Watch Maker and Jeweller. i isL'1 f

fI. month with their introduced 1 j glasses. While on duty operators and Fifth where :3,000 bottles i! I! ANDREW GIBSON
own powder was j lookout men were guarded "by a detachment avenue are at -I.ill.i.:. r>::s: u'- Dreg Store TstnsviUe. F':. :I :si

in Europe according to the generally -< of infantry, the numerical strengthof cleaned every day, and thoroughly received Louis cleaned without the of &hot. I
account, by ran use ::
which depended the location of JIII
Bergen, or Berjniem, who, in Paris, the station having 'fervno upon to ito liability Ordinary root beer and sarsaparilla I 1 ---- ,: TlCn.Uh'. nil

studied the handicraft, then imperfectly Iwttles are easily cleaned btcau the !
to attack by ho>tile>. : .AND 5EUVE1 IX STYLE TO SUTI-\riji.N.l f| Fe|
practiced. lIe revolutionized the trade I material used in them is readily and
Messages trariimitted from
I were : peak -
and established! a cruild of diamond cut- quickly soluble in cold water. The lot- OY l i e',9.
to peak and down into the valley:; by
ters in Brage<. In 14?;. nearly twenty i!t what is known aa the helioraphitteUl ties are dumped. throat up, into a big i tub i Plain and Fancy i'ake lUa?." !., 'I 1 7i<4Alsi4 i'

years after he had made the discovery, 'of signals." The heliograph, or sun ': of clean cold water, which is kept clean THE PIO\ISU: _'(; I\CY. l1rler"IJrn,.' "ltrt'JM ".it i ;

if it was a discovery. lie: was entrusted: I by constant replenishment. Each bottle !i iI
writer, consists of an arrangement: of' .I For andample copies address : ) a .lmji a:'.:, ::, | J
with the: tt.sof! cutting three large rough is quickly filled and allowed to soak 3. Urni-
mirrors mounted on a tripod and so > .
diamonds for Charles the Bold, duke of I short time. Then the cleaner Mealy at all hours; from 5a. m : : : :' sat
: grasps f'ILH.. NAL MAN, ,
I adjusted as to enable the operator to' Parties .le irnj; to leave un U..1'I: ,i- '. ,*
Burgundy.:: For hi- work he received I three or four bottles in his two hands, and litck will please not., tu.. f
throw a flash of reflected sunlight on a Fla. .
ducat. The the famous them throat and shakes themyiorot1ly. H.ii.lo.tr: P. tl.. Hrevard county
largest wa holding up, I 9
distant point with mathematical exact- !
Sancy diamond which was lot in the ; That is sufficient to dislodgethe -- --- -- -- THE i
ness. In making signals long and short SLOOP ACNESS"eeIltltiai'ied
battle of Gran'on. Th' second afterwards sun flashes take the place of the "dots"and sugary; coating, and then the Unties :r A: vJS ,

belonged to Pope Situ 1The ; are inverted: and allowed to drain oil. by r ''It
, "dashtV of the magnetic;: sounder, i ; .
third, a triangular t-hajxM.1 stotjo.vas tin the same call I.'ing used for both in&tniments. As they: are made of transparent gr*-'en : NHOTEL j CAlTAlN-IOllX Mi.E.1'mlakes : \

a ring and given to Louis XI.-New In a clear atmosphere:: ignals; ''I glass, it is easy to see when they are j regular: trip- ui! Imtiii 1i I 1\; ,

York Mail and Exprt:> .". I clean. Ore is taken to wash out any i sill: CAUKIt: A U 1 1.1.I M 1TM "K "AtI
made itthi instrument l
:; can >e easily

The Great Climatic read by the naked eye at a distance of they that have Ix-en sepulchered in the i cocO.IXDUX LALi: :. FL.I .\.. I G roc'eries, I ) ry ( ; ( M at IN J H :
CjeIo.According in their search for sweet things.
eighty miles and by 'ert !: I .
anxi operator Newly Furnished Roms .ootl TableTerms j fainted tHHh. II
to the calculations of M. The old fashioned stone bottles that were .
at the rate of fifteen: words jier minute.To .

Adolphe d'Assicr, based on the assumption and fro across the: valleys and ,i ilo'r formerly used for root beer have long I S3 per Day. I Hats, Boots and Shoe: I j jLadies"
that the coincidence of the firth's been dL;<'.:lrded1too' l)(:>a"anl costly.:
mountain flitted the ..
ranges; mats- j.
with theum' ""- )1-! The of soda 'i Shoes varietx'r\ .'. .. I
bottles ,
perihelion passage : sages which told of the recent whereabouts cleaning water ? Special rites by the week; or month. great \\: 4
slice every til.OOa year m-irk! tier r'alar more carefulhll1e.. Here warm water i I new pattern at 1 Inky prig .-. !!
of the hostiles! and close the :a
of mithornonl! I upon i I 1 I is u-ed and the workman \>'.ll. JAKVK. I'rop'r.
recurrence a manipulates a
heels of those messages came others, ordering I ReafrmEie : S j
period, the last glacial j ten* s. ('111! "''':ted! :'I four pronged tool that looks like a fork. ArticksE1'1,
the troops in pursuit.I UfllzXtlt l .
in 92 iG B. C., the alternate. ,, .\,fi. ofgreatest I presume it would be a difficult task i iI !: Each prong is mounted with a stiff blade I The__Jt'tni'itt Il'iHM If) ;

northern warmth\ .::.- .1: .. D. of India rubber of such shape that when I JQ For the l'a l1 only, J '
to try to imagine the surprise that the > i
'* 1250: and the ice IHTI-V! n> : .. ; : ,;.;1- I i the prong is thrust:; into the bottle the WM. H. SHARPE, : Match 1", 4>i i;in.
Indian felt when they: suddenly saw that x
ing will reach its rr'" '" I.-'. ;!,t .\. 1) i: rubber blade reaches the inner side of the I : ---- .; ,
they could not move without finding that I
11,730.: EvidenceI I..w <'(:->sing! ; bottle. In front of the workman is a C. II. St'OTT.
almost their! trail would be
during the past Cu! ., ; .' i : the cut by scouting cavalry. Th> saw the cocoa mat. The }Ix.ttles are filled, the : REAL ESTATE AGENT I-\ TEI;'
changes recorded in t.,*' :..v'icf : '.. u-uits prongs thrust in, and then the four betties I
light of the heliograph flashing across the 11AIK-IUKSSIN( <(<; S.\ LUU'.
the growth and rip-i.iii: "f certain at once are rolled across the mat. .
but did first
valleys they not comprehendits i I ).
fI'11it.s.-.Arkan Traveler. This double The Ftp:
| serves a purpose. mat I IIi
true significance. At Ki-t theybegan
; : cleans: the outside of the bottle: and the you want a eleau ;fuel easyLi\ \ ". a
to associate boa e flashes with the .
Influenced hv I'nvirotnwrit. > rolling brings the whole inside of the lotj CITY POINT.I As clean :t. burlier ever/::t\i-.
fact that they were constantly being .
; Just call on me :it saloon! ,
I Many a man is saved from the company i tie in contact with the rubber blade. A my .
pressed and hara '(,l. and within two attt.'ru... .
At morning, eve, ur -n.I'll
I of the defiled and the defiling by : few vigorous rolls! cleans the bottle thor-
weeks from the date of the establishmentof
time with interest.
the sweetness and light of a cheery ou;hh:, and then it is rinsed: and ready send on long or cut and e<,iiil) Your hair witli ,:r \I'

home. Many a woman, in the po&res ion the heliograph they fled southward for Ui>e. on the }lea-e system, or for ca>h.. To :suit the eoiitoitr ot '"tour i.iTo > <
across the Sonora order, there to remain
of a house which invites the actualiza 1 Still another process is Used for lager you I'll give a IP**! slands'.'.
until ch"'tlltack again by Lawton Ii
tion of her of the beer bottlo. which and cared for The" art ( which i> known t? i I. MMy
womanly concepts to the place of surrender.For require even morei Lands cleared and planted,

amenities of decorative art. finds the tmonthi the i! vigorous washing.: This is done by a if desired ; by contract or otherwi.se.Itefer i-eisMir's: sharis my rarerkeen,

cares of the household no drudgery and nearly following 1 machine with revolving spindles- )h'. ,.h,1' i i.> a ways neat awl d"III.i
flight of the ho iles into Mexico not a
her work lightened and brightened i which rubber brushes. Th1 E. il. Hret Detroit Mich. And everything I'm Hun- you'll I] hl"l.l lTo
:; by are placed : to :--e, ;
sound cam bal'k from the ha.o\\'s: of I
the cheerfulness of her environment. I bottle is thrust over the spindle, which i-s Jno. ('. Norwood, Tituiea>e tt-i I n.:
the Sierra Mad it-*, into who u depths: -
Human nature is always more or less in- and had ippeared. pursued At { run by steam, and running; water carriesi and J. StrasTazewcll Court house, Y:,.; And now to all who patronize iil.1.j

fluenced environment' and the house last, on a pursuer scotching hot morning near the i oil the scum. Each bottle then gets a and A. Becker, )[Inntrcal Canada, for Just come along and brine v.'i.r !1't '. :bI ,,'

which one builds and lives in has much j thorough internal scouring. whom I have malerovesIffipoitailt: I And I :a: siireu I will try
of Mexican courier I'
close August, a galloped ,:
to do in shaping his character and dispo I I It K in fact an essential element of ----------- -- -' My n.r1'1.. .t to -tl-\: .
into Disbt.-e-a mining town near
Fition.PionC'Cr Press. I i i success in the bottling business to keep I
the Iwrdervith the intelligence: that
I ; j the littles lean, and no manufacturer: to All The Strawberry i
Geronimo and hand v-eru in the mountains
Poison of the A/alir.. I : I! who expects to keep his custom would) I I HOFFMAN'S
about twelve mik-s from rrontera, ;, For the Sont
In the time of the dare neglect the essential element of
splendid flowering ;
with the authori-
Mex., wishing to treat I ,
azalia it is interesting to rememlT the I j clcunl in v'->:-. The element cost i prevents, South: I :'ol.t tr.d: \ I\O', :"r I
tlt:'s of Sonora. ;: The ui t-t: illll .t.illt crnp 111 ; SEEDLINGUnequalled
old story of the Ponticariety.. Beneath There was u heliograph station at Bia- if uo other considerations could do so the I I tl.e bI 'i".1f} ;al,1

the fragrance of these flowers lurks a information furnished i! slow and tedious method of cleaning Ixn- Florida! is i the ( )raiiio crnp. and every
bee and the by
I ,
subtle and it from them that ties with shot. There l bottle washing for Market.
poison, was was: a ,
the "Greaser" was flashed promptly to { one :should endeavor to secure a :u::',od .... ....
the honey was collected by th" IK-OS of miles machine in use here not long: ago 1 otltr "tr"ij i-UiiN. in Urtfi anl .11. :

Pontus, which, when eatvn by ih" Greek Fort Within Bowie two ,hours seveiity-fhe from the time of away.the i i which cleansed bottles with revolving:: variety ot orange; in planting:. a :iri>ve.TM ties CATLK1, at rt-a.-1'iiaM' ..IA\A. 1. *.. and .J \1'\ \IUI I

r soldiers in the famous retreat of the Ten arrival of the )I.xk-aul'ouricr at Bi>K-e ': bristle, brushes, but the wear and tear of do this. and :get such' fruit :.> have LKKs: ; all the nn..,.t I:U'" .:..... in j.l Ica.i\l.l' .." +

Thousand, produced extraordinary symptoms : bristles! was found to be too expensive, pistil for'v' '''rlO 110 II <.I II\\ \1:1 i
five troops of cavalry were making taken premiums at ....1'our State 1'I:1:is: '.':)lONX t.IMKN *i> HAiliirn
of itoiaoning. Xenophon states forced marches on Fronteras. When although the work done was very effec : many *.-.'; -- M

that after eating it the men fell stupefiedin that tin The substitution: of rubber blades Fair and the New Orleans EXllO- a
Geronimo had escaped from the net j i : at .-11t'.' 0 L 1) /TAT/.
all directions that the looked fur the bristles to be and
so camp prove: cheaper .. I
the United States tioops: sought to weave I sitiun, buy trees from CD.. 3Ia- .;reellialt.l. Iii'mu I l omity. .I :;,1.,1.1.
like a battlefield covered with corj':ses.-- around him at Fronteras, and was flying ;; quite as thorough.A : your ,

Boston Journal. eastward, pursued by all the cavalry! in much dtt'ra\" than the use of :ruder .l: Son. llockledire: Fla :20t!

shot for cleaning: kettles is: to put a small I
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the field a whisper passed along the line ,
lie Hla.c.tI IIU \(t. '". had been looking piece of iron chain with small links into SANTA LUCIAt
negotiations opened ; Passenger! Depart' incut.
A correspondent relates that while : to the surrender of the ho tile::;. j the bottles with some water. This, when t

hunting in Colorado last year, his eyes all the ': rattled about, will clean a bottle well. Of I t
Consequently signal men were on DeBARY & PEOPLE'S LINE Is located in that mmegmitirent'I'1': ;. '
were painfully affected by a long march tiptoe of expectancy. course, if a lottlehas been filled with any Forest that \li.'s\ lictw.-e-i the 11101 i': III ij-l ltit. ;

h on snow, with a bright sun. The guide, I evening, about the 1st of August, greasy substance, the only way to clean I Ltici liiver, and i!" 1 laid' "(t. !;V i
also the .I taking I it thoroughly is with strong*alkali, and STEA ER.S. !l'
feeling stopped an the operators at a station in the Swi>s- streets -ixty feet wide. iut' thi..i'

some burned wood from stump, helm mountains were nodding lazily I this is done by all careful bottleis.-New block amf smaller: lots whu-h will i w I

blacked his nose and under the eyes well under the shelter of their tent fly, when I York Sun. / '" sold reasonably to actual settlei-. Tbj.

down on the cheek lone. On I ting asked suddenly from the highest peak in the : region, is winterlessandlroftle--: .' I Iin
:f the be said it lIIblind The King and the I'easant.A the cocoanut and piueel'p| | :' '
reason stopped Chiricahua range came the flash of a : the land of ,

ness, and as the glare was: \'('Q't1'On heliograph mid the following; messagewas I King; who Prided Himself on his where all the Tropical Fruit- 11H: "" i

the hunter did the same, mid found im- received; : Wisdom, Honesty awl Kindly Ilule, got Address with stamp.

mediate relief. He did this all the time Separated from his Suite one day while
&'1111 a buckboard to meet me at !i I
he was out and never found the snow Scott White's ranch. I shall: be in Hunting, and after Wandering about fora W. H. BAKER WaYElani Dade 0.FLOIII I

affect his eves in any wav.-Nature. Bowe to-night and hall bring some Indians i; long time came upon a Peasant work- City of Jacksonville, Jo
with ing in the Field. Pjis-sing, himself off as /.\. i.
Keeping Him In Tow. This is the modest manner in which : a Hunter, the King: observed: CAPTAIN W. A. SHAW.Daily -

"Edward, dear, I hardly know mown Gen. Miles announced the surrender of "You have planted but a small" Crop t rom Jacksonville except Saturday. THE MUSIC HOUSE OF FLORIDA
t this 8'aSO:1.'hat is the Cause
heart said the girl "and ?
softly, you Geronimo. That the employment of the :
must give me a little time to think it all ; "Because Taxes are so Onerous that I =
heliograph: was a most important factor 11. 33. [Plant, ,'
o"er.It in bringing the campaign to a speedy; and I cannot to rent more Land.
J Will you want very much time?" he successful issue is generally couc oo.- II'I "I see that your Cabin is out of Re- CAPT. I. C. HALL,

asked tenderly and h pefuUy.hen Sergt. Whitney in Louisville:: Courier- I,': pair?" B. C.. 11u' 1.LL t t

I may I come for an answer?" Journal. ': "Yes, the King in his Wisdom, has Daily from Stanford except Sunday. t

In a low, sweet voice, the girl replied: I !i Decreed' that I shall put in all my Spare Jacksonville, Fla.

"At the end of the fea.son.U And she I "...n ('I) ism HU Lcs.oa.Professor Hours on the Public Highway." ON ST. JOHN'S RIVER.

arose languidly, adjusted her tournure | (of class in joun,ai! -ai)-- 'i "Your Cattle look thin." .

with the gentle tap indicative of noble I What is the difference l>et\uvi :' i editorial I J Yes: in his kindly Ilule the King Su.'dnh--Jlu, 29, 1''7.sorTH. .
birth, and moved gracefully awav. I' and an editorial paragraStudent !;''I-: Permits his Soldiers to Impress them." LA\DlS61o. 505TH. neare-

Life. -An editorial is of lin' same I "You appear to have been ill?" I Leave. Arrive. I will Sell and Deliver at your

4 II I I nature as an editorial jiaragraph. but is I "So I have. Our Honest King's Tax 'J:3I';:00 pm-p m Jack..oD'lim Tocoi 6:30 Leave.a m station Fir:,t-Clavs:

Life Amid Beautiful SurrouDdlD rs. I larger, and doon't have as much toHarper's say. j i Collector threw me into a Dungeon; because :H"I I'm l'&latk:1 12:30 a m

No one who enters the homes throughout Bazar. I could not Pay more Promptly." :.::0 p L1 lIfo6ton -. 11,40 P m I PIANOS
i i 1 "And I should tell that I 101) pm. Wt-laka 10:10 pm
the country can fail to notice what suppose you 12w m d t. Georgetown 11:10 p m
4 rapid strides have been made in beautifying I .\ Perfect Lifebo.it. | am the King himself:; !" queried the Mon- 1:5: am yolusia! 7:13; p m

themIt b not a question of a great : The field of invention i- still opp-i for a !' arch. ;2 4:35':0 am. Vt-Land Astor ;: :lOpm 41R
Landing 6.00
expenditure of money as small amount i perfect' lifeboat. The ll\-'l 1 Nr>nal I "Alas! sir, that would complete my a.i: ? am.a m Blue SprifJ -. 4:15 P p m m.1a OR.GA.NSTOR :

will buy -juantity! ot material, and, as Lifeboat institute! reports i'i,:.t -H:,t'.a's | Misfortunes: You could have come onlyto I ..rhe.

ri a matter II' course, much depends on theta I were offered for a mechai.icrl'y;! pr .:*,:lam ; Rob me of what Little I have left!'* t+::1./0 IJII am.a IU Sanford Enterprise, Cite Wharf 2 10::tlJ p p m m Lr-'S 1bNEV than any other bl':1ef'' a.t LWt

p ..te of the designer Theme has been a I Imarked lifeboat but itone-cf the va-io--i .'e'agns Moral: The King handed the Peasant I II f,';$I) a IU Sanford, S. F. It. J:. 1.4i 11 m "muted tatu. 1 al"alI..uauLtr u..trIlW". I.< '

progress in this, and also an improving i received fulfilled the rt-qtsrv-.':1i...:;- i his Purse. of course, and rode away with : I be as reprrserted. 1 a:11.Inpa l'I.It..f tJ'1&: -.! 'I' :
Ideas in his head hedidn't '! CO\SH'TIOS--\t Tocoi Mkithbt -lohcs Railroad; any hone,.t man t.r Wewan, n raa a
oue.'h some new :
t>n'r lives amul beautiful < Chicago Herald. ; -only J bo.W .
( I at Palatka with Florida Southern Railway atUoIleo, I satb.fl.tllry. 1 wIll pay frc-Ith& a.uscai.h
surroundings cannot fail to be im-- ;I He sent a Guard out to Arrest I| ton with :'t. John's and Halifax laver P.ailroa.1. and this u.cuUio l'1a1l0. imu:.m .... "
1 and Imprison him. Confiscated his Land at Astor with St Johns and Lake Lu&tis s5 month on an Organ nil 1&IJ .
pressed" bv them and such: influence i Clti.n4 IIiV i- !I Railway; a thl'lt d
I 1 at tLand J.andin with DeLand and St. Johns I than ordinary ri-ut. J : :
It 1 and Issued Edict that all Kickers ; wore
tt'IlIi. to uplift and elevate. Woman an III.trUWCI1L
Cats are found t. l et'!'" -.errai- Kiilrcad; at blue Spring with B. S.. O. C. and A, terms anyone caD own a tull IL141ru.al" II

nators of rabbits in Xow /:":.!,, :!: TheJl'C'.1t \" were to be treated as Foreign Iu\"a ers.- i" Railway: ; at Enterprise with A. C., St J. Jfe I. II }'REE C.\T.\LOt..il"E C.LtlO1n.n.c. 1\&lIjo",' "Leta: ., t'
it of the do Detroit Free Press. Kailrcw.1. for Titnstille; at Sanford with trains of Sheet Music. trinaN, Val : In11 111cordeom :
Army ulaocIpitwLWithin havoc
: auloae I.K- :" : c-'jes. I I the S. F. Railroad for Tampa; at Tampa with the I and m fact every ,1IulCa.:u fc.
the life of a woman \\ h* LS not and in some sections wa.-c, !. .:Wit! i steamer MARGARET: of the Plant Meamship Line, that M made and at ver> low Yrmct of tt '

1 yet :;0 years of age there have been set I 1 was to he sen.. After Ills Pocketbook. i for Points on Tampa Bay and Manatee River; also }Jlt'te CataloJuell. 1 ha't' ->O,1.4)O! ) o LTk. of l 0'i'''--
i : with the Plant Steamship Line '.lul icatIOcentJ.rrc"I'Y.5.'s Of i +
lit. in this world S4.000.000 human Wife I mended the hole iu"our steamships S.'',eu R'wks
at rty : OLIVETTE and MA-COTTE for Key West and Music at 10 cents lr copy at?5u irBu&10 d -

things. A vast army of ('mancIp.atl.J Marsiial Leboeaf \a a4 f ,i. :' \1 the !I trousers: pocket last night after you had Havana every Monday and Thursday arriving at Vocal and l *trun.*ut.1 1Iu.l' pub>lbrj &1-j
waste d
mortals set free in different landsin j end. His 1.M wonluvi\. :.-.{ I. gone to bed, John, dear. Now, am I not I' Key Wet Tuesday and Friday, and Havana Wednesday cent... -\t111.iece of I'ubli.bt'roirrk't'IIht't't '' :. r
myi and Saturday below -t6a
I Ketnrnmg. leaves Havanai to.o per cent 'it-
it., Iluasia, 23,000,000 in Poland i! reghnent vo.ux'h just. I \. : '. -. i- ray a thoughtful little wife? t every Wednesday and Saturday. piece each. &bed m u.Jc ? ?

5.000,000; in the United States-through I artillerymen e\ery J.'ioruf t':}..:::." I Husband (dubiously Well-cr-ye-es:, I I C HALE Cat alugue. : Ut'. f.1.1.

'; the great war and martyred Lincoln : you are thoughtful enough, my dear, but I General Fd&.ecger Agent, DeBary Line A. B.Mention. Campbell, J3ck..nv hr.

4.000,000, and quite recently nearly Chastity enables the: soul! t-.> l 1.- -;the i 1, how the mischief did you discover that i W. '.1 D.\\ DOS: this paper 'C.

2000.000 In BraziL-Pittsburj: Bulletin pure air in the foulest i>hice>. J-,;;'. -rt. there was; a hole in my: trousers pocket? I General Trade Agent, J'e't'le' Lu. [






I I ,


I I The symptoms of Biliousness are unhappily -'

> lemon juice 11 salt to remove iron The of Methodist IbW will be Episcopal held in Omaha.There general:: conference Henry I died. of gluttony. j j but too well known. They differ

rUi' Queen .Anne died of dropsy. j in ditlerent individuals to some extent. Washington Avennf, mar the !al1l't'a.l.
creaks put a little graphite j are said to lie several churches in Illinois
ICben a binge I II Charles I died on the scaffold. i A Biliou- man is seldom a breakfa
on the place of f rictioni ; without a single male member. MRS. V. GAILER.
Iowa eater. Too alas he has
rsoft I Edward VI died of a decline J i frequently, ani .
. .Ration of pearlafih in water thrown |' Reformed Episcopal church numbers I i excellent appetite for liquid"*, but none ,
W) Richard III was killed< in battle j
churches 120:
a fire, will extinguish it immediately ministers and 12.000 com- ;I for solids in the morning. His tongue ItE B.md itu1c tluily; aleO Via "'$
upon municants.The Henry VII wasted away as a miser cu ht. !
sauced much improved by the adi i will hardly bear inspection at any time; ml Cake ty nil kinds.: Cakes jfYl'pt'"ifl
Aerie XeJeruialem church of the United Henry VIII died of carbuncles: fat: and i if it i is
t. Jion of atablespoonful of butter and rere ': ,i I not white and furred, it i is rough, i ii o-01 qn.t. furninhtil
States at !
a meeting recently held in Boston fury. Iat i all events. i i ii

qu ,Jess sugar.the elasticity of India rubber, : voted to form a national organization.The : I James I died of drinking; and the effects of i i The digestive! system is holly out of i fit .hOlt "ot irt'.

To preserve five or six times a year with slightly' Irish Catholic archbishops and bishopshave vice. !' order and Diarrhiva or Constipation may GIVE HER A CALL.

fftfb it water. issued an address declaring that the 'I Ipope's George IV died of gluttony and drunkenness. j be symptom, or the two may alternate. --- -- ----- .- -- --_. --- --- -- -

alkaline( decree affects morals only and des snot i There are often Hemorrhoids or even
may be made air and 'water tight by interfere with c. J. IQIEOTODFL:
for five minutes under melted Charless 11 died suddenly, it is said of ape j loss of Ioo'nJer! may be giddiness : ,
them '
. keeping The Presbyterian church 5 i : and often headache and ': i
they must be kept down with awire gave 00,000 for | plea}. J acidity"or i rlatu-i

pniCce.screen home missions lost year, yet deducting the '!! Henry III is said to bare died a natural j, lence and tenderness in the pit of the' Hardware and

when hot has ,: amount from this which' represents legaciesand '!1 death. i stomach. To correct all this if not effecta ,
The best way grease been it only represents a gift of $1 .
cents !
p-r i G,.t'rn' Flower
. on ft floor is to dash cold water over ,. member. i' Queen Mary is said to have died of aI cure try Ainjust ; it costs
fTsots to harden it quickly and prevent it '' broken heart. I but a little, and thousands attest its effi-1 i
; President C. I General Produce
II. Payne of Ohio Wesleyan. j! i :
into the boards.In i cacy.. .
striking university having been elected secretary of William Ruf us died the death cf the poor j I --- ---

mixing mustard for tablo use never add the newly created board of education of theMethodist |1 stags which be hunted, .\ Home Indorsement. i ,

mar, which destroys its life and flavor. ,,, church, will lw compelled, to resign ,: Edward V was strangled in the tower by : Mr." N. H. Frohlichstein, of Mobile, I MERCHANT.

toil water for moistening it, and let the his office. !i i his uncle, Richard IIL |I Ala., writes : "I take :great pleasure in I;

inter become blood warm. The first American Sabbath school of which ;1 i Henry II died of a broken: heart, occasioned | recommending Dr. King's New DNcov-i i Melbourne Florida

For cleaning brass use a thin paste of plate 1' we have any definite knowledge' was started '' by the bud conduct of bus children. I cry for Consumption, having used it for --------- -- -

powder two tablespoonfuls of vinegar, four in Ephrata: Lancaster county Pa., about' William III died of consumptive habits of 1\ severe :>,ttaok of bronchitis and catarrh.i' Geo. E. Chase

ye.poonfuls alcohol 1.ub with a piece 1739, by Ludwig Hacker, a teacher in the i body and frum tho stumbling; of his horse. gave: me instant relief and entirely ,

Of flannel; polish with chamois. common schools. It was carried on by him j George I died from drunkenness, which his !; cured nh' and I have not been atllicted ,

for about forty years and was attended with since. I also beg to state that I have 1
A good disinfectant is made by dissolving ] physicians politely called an apoplectic lit.
:, some remarkable results. This antedates: | tried other remedies with result. : Chandler
lulf a dram of mtrato of lead in a pint of 1 Edward III died of dotage and Richard IIi no good Ship afloat
boiling water, then dissolve two drams of Robert Itaikes ((17S1) and David Blair (ITOOj. j i of starvation-tho very reverse of George IV. : Have al....) used Electric Hitter and Dr. ,

common salt in eight or ten quarts of water.A A new church is organized every two days I I King's New Life Tills, both of which I ,
', by the Presbyterian church. j Old Queen Bess is said to have died of mel1 I !
Every three recommend.
good handful of rock salt added to the lays Presbyterian 1 ancholy, from having sacrificed: X to his I i and Vcle l Supplies, all Uiuil ;
a minister dies. Tho
bath is the next best thing after an "ocean do- |I 1 enemies. Dr. King's New Discovery i for Consumption Patent Anchor, Chain*, HlocKs,

dip,"and a gargle of a weak solution is a |j nomination imports from other Christian ,I coughs and colds is, sold on a :i ipositive j ('ruivaas, (;alvani/etl: "'ire 1 i
bodies sixty ministers to fill '! Henry VI died in prison by means known '
per year vaean- at''
good and ever ready remedy for a sore 1 I guarantee. Trial bottles free Hope, all sizes Tents,
cies. Tho then only to his jailer and known
secretaries of now only
the Home Missionboard \I ,
throat i all drug stores in Titusville}] im Ion Iudi-j i Spruce Ladder! ,
: are not burdened to find for !i in heaven. 1
places an Rhcr.i Coppei I'aint, al's, I-U :al'O, ql*.
Crocks in stoves and stovepipes are readily I i ministers applying for service; they are 1 William the Conqueror died from enormous I : [: Spar Varnish, ;:aT>, I.\! :.:al.\, tlb.llb.

closed by a paste made of ashes and salt with 1, burdened rather to find ministers to fill fat, from drink, and from tho violence i sni'Ji'i'ii Year* a sulIVrer II'ohuii : Oils and Leads, all kind

water. Iron turnings: or filings, sal ammoniac !' parishes IIOW'a'ant and enter missionary 1 i of his passions. I RliciIiilnll'lll.1Vitt'r I I III F.: w. 11.'ullU'S l E.DYIUED 1'AIXTS, 1 t
find water mako a harder and more durable : fields I
cement already open. 'I George III died as ho had lived-a mad- Box.\\". H. \VUHEl1., .\\"or. OF'ALUANY ': In fact anything tor Building orSailiag boats.Ilan' .

| Bishop Andrews of the Methodist Episcopal i man. Throughout life ho was at least; a consistent II '
In nervous prostration, rest and sleep are i I church, whose episcopal residence hitherto t! monarch. (n.I \. SAYS j I Block, !M> Cast Kay St.,

the first indispensable conditions change has been in Washington, D. C. now to I I I I su lie red fifteen years with llhouma-: "
: .
goes George; II died of a rupture of tho heart, .J .'( KSO\VII.II: :, 1 1..1.
is always in order to mako them possible.The 1 i New York. Bishop Fu<, leaves Minneapolisfor which the iterunlieals of that day termed. a' i i i tistn. and during that time tried all the j 1

diet must ho generous, tho food well Philadelphia; Bishop Hurst. Buffalo for visitation of Go.Ll i socalledspecifics l that I could hear of. LUOOEN BATES SOUTHERN MUSIC HOUSE.

masticated and eaten slowly.To Washington, while of the newly electedbishops. l I One of them I paid :?'{.(00>< j>er bottle fur,
Richard Coeur de Lion like tho animal
take rust out of steel rub the steel with ::. DbhopiuC'elJt goes to Buffalo from and took nine bottles, and received no :

.xeet oil; iu a day or two rub with finely where ho will be near Chautauqua; Bishop arrow which from an his archer.heart \0:4 named, tlietlby an I:! benefit from any (If them. My grandson, PDANOSDORCANS.

powder unpacked limo until tho rust all I Fitzgerald to Minneapolis, Bishop Joyce to i who runs on II. oc W Railroad l. thirdly

dih&pjiears then oil again, roll in woolen and Chattanooga, Bishop Newman to Oaiaha, and Edward II was barbarously and indecentlymurdered 'I I pit: :t bottle of P. P. 1'. ( l'rickl.1;,

put m airy place, specially if it IKJ tablo i Bishop Good ell to TexasSCIENTIFIC : wife and her by ruffians employed by his own Poke Root and Potassium; ), while in
*rotlery. I I Wayero,, and induced me to take it. '
Iu a seWN sprain of tho anklo immerse the SQUIBS. Henry V i* said to have dial of a "painful The' first bottle showed its wonderful 14

joint as s>>on as wssiblo in a J mil of hot titer, affliction, prematurely.: This is a courtly I effect, and after continuing the 110. of it J

and keep it there for iiittfii or twenty I J Jimnut Tho Sheffield free library has adopted the : term for getting; rid of a king.J for a short time the Rheumatism disappeared i, +

***, After n-moving it Livpit andagi l j plan cf fumigating the books. They are ex- "hn died, nobody knows how, but it is and 1 feel like a new man. I : ti

nth hot 'lotlJ wrung; out of \\uter.orruui i, jKisod for fifteen minutes to the fumes of carbolic ; said from chagrin, which we suppose is an- take great pleasure: in recommending it. Mid-Summer Sale
ant eats.One !': other term for a dose of hellebore.
acid at of
u temperature from 150
I degs. : tosutlerers from Rheumatism. I
of the cheapest and best modes of destroying I toO legs ,1.I Edward I is also said to have dit'tlof a I -----. ---_-

insects in pot plants is to invert theM One of the most remarkable mechanical! ,, "natural sickness'-a sickness' which would I For Nervousness and Ivspvp, use

| >taid dip the plants for a few Mfotuls( m i iwater j J changes: of tho day is the setting aside of puzzle all the college physicians to denum- Terry's I/iverJ'ilU i BUY NOW

wanned to KM:: tlt e c. A German paper, j i steel and the adoption of iron for some of the inate. For ('lulls :and Fever lake Lippman'-

referring: to this plan, says that tho azalea most important parts of locomotives on inane Henry IV is said to have died of "fits j Tyrafuue. I .\SI PAY \\"l1ESGOTTON

will stand lei: degs. without injury. Wo railroads. It is only comparatively a few i, caused by uncuiul'ss'autl; uneasiness; in palaces Kencus Her Vouth.Mrs. -- ( t

usually heat tie water ..prettyu, and fide years sinco the change was made, on most in those times was a very common com
in cool until Ilk degs. is noadletl.I roads: from iron to steel. plaint. l Tlnebe Cheney, Petersen, Clay IS SOLD.< .
4 Co., Iowa, tells the following remarkable

I Dr. Grundman, of Hirechbarg has patented BASEBALL TALK. I story, the truth of which i is vouched for o. J--4>.
DRAWING ROOM GG;SIP. a new ; of '
I process making magnesia into a '
( by the residents of the town : "I am Ti)
carbonate by exposing it to carbonic acid :
The crazo for GoU'lin blue has Int-n gob- produced by burning coke in close apart-as |i I Louisville is trying to !get Barney Gilligau.i : years old, have been troubled with kidney IfU ID-SUEBOFFE.: '

Urtl up by its own my"1txtsity. ments. It thus forms a substance as hard as i imagnefcita Now they call John Ward "Helen's Baby." complaint and lameness for many

Incessant cluittrr I nUll capable of taking a fine A. J. Reach tho roofing the field years ; could not dress myself without .
and boasting nbout th" j says over I.unn t'ir-t.Viast I.l..no+ aunt
Now I free from all and
"('U.t" tit i-vt-rvthtu now is "Ill' (If the esidnisuf :: polish. Mixed with marble dust it forms an :: seats on the Philadelphia grouu-Is spoiled a help. am pain Orur tU he.- gatJ In June, Julat ) .
the siu>lln.-ry of tho ago. artificial dolemite; with soluble silicates an '>: $:jooo, bill. soreness, and am able to do all my own .far;aaitt 'tt-ptetiiher' 1..tL
I artificial stucea i ii I Ii housework. I owe my thanks to Electric Casa 2'rice a'ttyable.
circular fan into uliii-h owivt Mvntoii This is the first: year since lb$4 that tho St. Hitters for having renewed youth, p .!?':O"i. > r... CASH HO\VX.
grass is bound by tiny ribUnu watts ivrumed i i' The power of various explosives has: been i|., Louis Browns have not been in the lead of my ()lc.tN!+, $10 CASH I)O\V>i,
removed all disea-cuitlpain.
( t.rtv/.os UJH U lieauty! chivk. cnlculatcd to he equivalent to the following; ,i American association by this time of the completely anti tli<- tltnco next >*u'u;fiiiivr.K
1 pressure, tho figures giving tons per square I Try a bottle, oOe.and 1 S, at all drugstores Is1. sviti ( interest or advance'
The biggest feather in a social cap is the I inch: Emmensite, a new explosive. for which year. in In lrhc..11 our I-i..uo.> anil OrinvlT' -
one stuck in toannouneo one's departure for Gilks is the most valuable all round plnyrri ;;:Ut... *',*tl lit Hits !>inc, our --I
j important advantages: are claimed in addi- | liver\ i c:*esi' anti ulIr UC+t. > n ex- )
England utultT i in the Cleveland club. He handles file lathe \l
engagement to visit the noUlity. \ I
I tion to great power, "S3; uitro-gly 2tH field equal to the best of them play :.: iI I IctciiiiinaUtrs: : andMn user 34141i'ityltM514l ;
| 253
explosive gelatine forcite 250!
; ,
; ,
; fI se1 -
third with ,skill fine and in 'r.icc .
can pitch a
It is rather tuld that KI cale! "society 1 j mite, 240; panclastite, IXC; gun cotton. I''S:'; ; game _... _--
is Lave behti! !
a pinch a right gout.llal1\
no\ds" aro mostlyxritU>n by men and j dynamite, 1+1: atlas loo; rackarock 117; the !bat. ;, ; f ; E3A8GAIHS 1888-

women nobuly **in society" ever saw I roburite, and blasting gunpowder, ;!:l 1. ..
orlx-anl of. The first player to give his catcher and -
I "Railway brain" is a term applied: by Dr. .%..\\ AlSt ivi*. N t'W In..trulJlcntXt'W
outfielders signs as to the li:1of l ::'l i
Mot "siH-ioty youths" yamiattvcryl | Thompson to a neurosis or general derange- .\ It-s. Nee i'nrtvir ';.t Iiii]'roveiuents
was about to pitch was Harry Wright! wi i i.; 1
jokes but their own, and those, as iiMtmp- i ment of the nerves produced by a shock re- in our Lutor l'rire Iiitruiiii'nt

tivf as they are, CJJUM them to laugh like i ceived by the head on 11 railway car. Iu the! he was change pitcher for the faiKoi--: < !! 1.! I I..art. pIu i.....-,-. enable: uto: oiler HK-
I'-alaam's: i i Stockings; of Cincinnati, ii.. l'TO. Han 'lik !
U>at.A |particular case described no wound was received oIul't.tl I' in--. Ilea aresanrpiese .
j worked the fast and slow tail and \\tt'i CHILLS G. ,

lady apivaml! on a London street lately [! antI consciousness was preserved at i always let his catcher and catCelder !;IH'i' DUMB A;, E s M1 .. "" ;-1,..- Of'l'c': l'.... i
\ ith a luit described ns "two feet high, Mirnwunud tho time of the injury. Afterwards the 1 : '' t'f" I'f.iQ I! .'
I when Le WES: going to toss a good one uvu it f 1" :; lt. lair.5lze.
ban eaglet: feather making an patient became melancholic and complainedof tho ulate. f t 1 -t. urv.... B..auufull.t'wJull.. :
additional ftx t." i insomnia, headache spinal pain weariness : \ I in" ... i. *. t us.Inil: H."mt Tone. Guars
aB .. .... dutiti e. .t1uk r.,
I all '1 r : l-t.nl lrieetstfV1. i1d
and failure
S llt''illl china sets, for use in country appetite. A hygienic and ; THE ROMANCE OF LIFE. [( i '
houses,, are novt-ltu-s. Rich ( takes the I palliative treatment was given. ,: fl-;, ,
piot-e ./ "; .$ t:' ; /: o'tnf' n.
.nape uf a natural object, so that one funs I W. A. Lyman, of Milford, Conn., is making : Another Cliuaman-Wuh Lee this time- !!'1/!/!/1;it !1M\\\\ 1 I \4r ; t J > i ] : t iSjIU. H ildrsndl.arxeti.i '

Ndata's in a big cabbage; hood and the smallest possible specimen of an : has won a cultivated wife in New Haven, in j'V.fJiIJ r : i, ,k. ..'\\\\\' I ,i* / : > !I--. f.:1 ill "', Full lion KleliKi'M'WfMNl
\ i ,
tmwtlCr'I I !. i.' : .fJt.. H guide, Ivory Keys
nee in a delicately turned" up oak .- 'I, engine.; It will be made with a silver half i the jKTson of Miss Ida Spaulding, Sunday I risi-" i"irlt-c-Ia.! every way.
An dollar. The boiler is to hold about eight drops school teacher. KtuaPi.tnus: | iiMiallv' 1t.l8t $!lWJ and S"l"i .
authority announces that monogram II of water, but with four drops the ea;ine can ; LIPPj\1At PYAflJGE 1 Mut.r,. t /*ii. ". -,' .
t handler! tin 1'alu:1:1.tlrHtiu. t-utot fa. hln. The toss eloper of tho season is that Louisville ,
> be >.J"era1 minutes. When finished :, 'Uh I'i.aaro. al-lusli: Top Stool
1'he bungle! itself : drummer who ran oil with three girls 13 CALLED TH i I
though: iMi't l eing dis- ; Idaittl'uute Cover, Iiintructttr,
\"IlrJ"t" ('lily, instead of a monogram tho quarters it is to be of placed an inch under in diameter a glass and east an three-inch between 1'J and 15; years, at cue ad the same ,, Wonderful Chill and Fever: ExpsIIer!! :Un..ic. Itoot and all Irtrl ;lit l*&*Ul.UnUHil. .

giver's photograph: IS IKIW "the thin;;." and one-eighth in height. Some of the I' time, from Jouesboro, Tom. J JViliiam I! It cures the ('h.l": ; ,in.'. f,',""r. t.ii-- t.,i "i, v-f :.. .. i'ivt: (kta\'I'0. 4t'h
parts i'> 01:11I bn.i 'ii trevtU xi-". h, .it"; to t;.. tlt:! c >-tavf 1\ .-.1".
: ;:: : tippet.e ; ;; ,
l't"br \ Spencer entered into his fcurth '
sail f tennis parties uiv social means will lie so fine and delicate that they cannot sulfcrtr. S. 0 ",x"toyt. "solid Walnut l.a.'... ill<>i
vf out; of door! recreation. 1'artners are be mad without the use of a magnifying : matrimonial venture" recently ct the age; of 'r",pLainI|' .;isi sMu.ie l'oxe..

\ n\\"n by lot and service begins simultaiy glass. ( '73, while his, bride, aged '74, is inJuioiug; in Full ::0\\4-1 Tuli. .1.'l', rye l'nc". :I.IU.Sf. .

ht't.USl fnun tourlurts.. Tho her; sixth. Both are in robust hvaLIi. They '
progression; a p "U'I1I1NI l< t reli,
caiTit\l on by moving. from court to eimrt. TRACK TALK live at Shelbyville, lud. mJrnJ1 I h OCt' ,h. I" UMiuiin.ti'5...,
t -.fuliflll i'arinr ur-
Kwh i- ""
fashion tea; decnvii a new \\eddinguutiiviry ; There are queer jiecplein this n (Lrl&L! A i \J Itll. '1 1..inland-ld. All I'urI.'ha..1"1 -
\' the "clover wedding," UJHUI thof The stakes! to be decided at the great Tennessee young woman iu Mahanoy City reamed' U- tldulliJo-d.: !/",...*' .1.,...-e, fJWVith ).

fourth y't'U' of matrimon)". Tho gilts are f fair Sept. l:J, cloewl with good entries marry her lover, but when tie ii.-.l t proved his (Prickly Ash, 1'okc Hoot, and potassium.) \ Each Of,raii Elite Stool.

tract leavt-d tables: screens, glass dishes, port devotion by blowing up her Lt :.-e with dynu CURES i an Instructor, iuaic liooii aunt

M10, fruiix.* sod other articles with quatix- i' Two hundred and nineteen stallions have : mite she wanted to marry 1.1:11 to keep bun All :Z'reitfSit 1'aJtl.15"PAYS.

totl dt.vnSr '" got three or more performers with records of : out of jaiL SYPHILIS :i I TRIAL.

l'ruIU'b Kiu41y's name for his newly 2:30 or better. A notable wedding occurred at Ij ermort', ,

": rutt-iu..i daughter might turn tho ,.stomach The Oakland. Trotting course and the Bay : Ky., recently. G. A. Algood, who Is oul/. rrimarv. Secondary,and Tertiary Syphilis,Syphilitic i Order and testn your own H me.No C
l"\' ..u of four feet in height, was married to Mi-j. EfruptiontScrofula and :ScrofulouErnp! I ItiOlJ" j until
an aristinrat. Ho lias called her District association, San Francisco, have ; money required' Intniun'iitH
and Old andall
Ulcer : Rheumatism
"L"U"lIl1l"a" been consolidated under the of : Minnie Dewitt of Livia, Ky.. who: uerai eatislitrta'rv. \V. Fiei j.dlt both
iMtnplimentary ivuibmationLouise management l di* a. es of the blood ; ill: tho a that have ]! : : pay ;
hnscntta);; \? and :Maud the J. W. Hiuchman. inches shorter of stature Mr. Algood; is ti:.. resisted" other treatment yield stt a tLreo u.5liu.-is of the substantial men of the countand the to the wonderful power of P. F I* tie great i l and lrh., and
oft ii Prince of \\Vales.t ,. Red Bank stock farm, Montreal, has : Blood Purifier. !! Our Instrumentart: j>*" />
bride >s siiivl to t the l:>t querns draw lug room the ctw-: bought from John Wilson l of Ottawa the: H -ial always ::ive.-a athfied Ilun.h".r.Lcnd .

t"Ukoi tu> Auierurau ladies were much bay stallion 4 years old, by Red Wilkes, SCROFULA for 31 ttl'Svftimer Sale Cir- y
Inure One of the colored applicants for a marriage color.IE'.tfe:1118.
J sober than tljose of the English Yel- daiii by Shelby Chief for e2COO. ....
license was unfortunate enoi: '< to forget ;!. La a Prir"t: r'u&4''
taw and pink seeraej to l" tho London H. W. T. Mali, president of the National ,:'; h an impiirnv in the blood. j'roduc'ng! Lumps or I 7',.,.,,1.\: /:,-. / In. h.i\n, nbib chlell-v white black Association of Horse Breeders has the name of the ;girl that te"ti ; going to Swelhu: :;. caii"!1 '' Uuniniij Sortun the .\nn-, ) J: A 1>l FO" ri'd Pt a': ;-, /"r..,; 1'r"iJ; ."iu
or "er Trotting
t.' by ; marry anti be had to tramp Uct six iai!, N L-l>. or Fc 't. for the cure of which use I*. P P., y..y,' <;i'/,''ff'' /. *-: ,vLFDDEXA/>-"* !)"-,.I,, ,. tlH" JOY.,..:
tbt'Juril.'ml* who were Inv been confined to his bed since last November the great*.-t blood uit-tiKiuv on earth. All! then, :: ". ..1iJl
t..Ilt.\l, into the country to find out v-l'-n! it was O.l./ 114rv'-y )("
with violent attack of gout and his doctors diea.-es YIeld -adiv. ) to the power of 1'. I'. 1',
-- have ordered him to Europe to take a (Ujjon being; questioned as" tv/ !..uvhe calle: Siva.; nest life anti new strength. : I BATES
be answered "Gallie and he couldnltell
her ,
IHft'rmt $)striTh course of baths at Royat, Franca any more. "Dat's all I know." he studThe BLOOD POISONCured SOI UtF?'.: "H':"'(; 10,0_'< E. -% '.. .... .

Irate Path/r ---- ------ --- ---
--See UMV, ...r. what docs this By capturing the Kentucky Derv and the ;

taut \\IU tad }ou "to'N ttt tiM., 1.-:1.10t Kentucky handicap the Chicago stable heads stateaj'-'ut is made that no less than six in iB worst fern : *,( "". '.:'rI'.'. '. t"ivrh I I A NEW & USEFUL RESSIONa

t t'la.s.. kt )1r. I'wlaoguu bays: you uro at the hat of winning owners at Louisville with ,I I't.\.t.'S of Nona American bird have OlCt.meI El'IIIt\' | where the j aiuit : i." :'1..11! 1'>t:1 '
fout.l.1t111 i?10l,27 to its credit. The Melbourne stableis extinct during; the lost tea years and it is and given up by ti.e .j hy-.au.-: I.. .1011 e ca:es 1 -
& ciaiuitd ta.it Ca liah tltvnuun Scruiuloa Ulcers }.rojk a e'.: '. .I t!. ; ,ry vs amass i
the heels of the other spiirruws.vre l
the -Wdl. maybe IM counts from d'SIn having: ; of corrupnou : a boric of P P. I'. wax I! I hiv vMwl to my mock <>t ITatctu. Clark,
other : .--owatu& World.t $9,580 to its credit Nest come Mike Welch .lti..l'. l4!a! bides

--_.- with 4,400; J. W. Guest, $ ,tea; Bryant & ': There is a man in Yankeebush, a.' i ily )Mediciiit. a hut grade of CiR, Cutai riits. luNot -
t..ceo anJ 1i1'a ct llw nee of }'auc.lit.-t" Toy..
Scro gins. $2,183; Ed Corrigan, tli47. has t\,O eggs hud b.y a Plymouth Rock bn.e I t otis and Florida CunoMitiv: sood IIt..k nI

j < of ttiern measuring S5< inches long and t stitouer and an vi>M>rtiuntnf <
Ui.conrlring. It \'ra.. Very CltrajkFriend I b-.4 t'u'hes round, the other S inches lo::g astir And in all Affections of the IWooJ P P.P. stands tiour> ; *4.c '
nt1enun-1f you done inches round. alone and unrivaled, anti &CL.C cf Kd cuies: arc I infix diitla\i-d thr aboat ear :NMor: .% \'ill.-
1d exit cis
urJay I hall my by to couvaLrscest :> ;"*-*.' 'vC," : really:! wonderful.: ill tttn sheen.Titusille. >on are n"f'":"-
-. u le forever ndctt ..l to you pneumonia cost you a ;good t:.::::. i.n.w:.' l A I'tuiauelphia drummer astonished: tL? If you gaffer! from annhicfr like >. rhiii=. Scro- fully JlviteJ t:> call and eauinie the "aiu to ..alt.fJ
te1l11'r It tbat's our it won' fala. Blood Poison UlcerOkl Sore, libcoma-: yourself an to urine and quality. whether ,ton by
> game ;
\!;- CoiiTuK vai-Oh, no; 1 gut it ;.: i..i *,. >... p Ilt'OJ.l of Omah.tL other day by wearing alive WATCH UEPAIWNrt A 'PL.1ALTY.
h'Xls S tin Usm or any disease of the blood, be urn and or not
__ __ scree. car for iheix-uts.-Harper'" L.__.. 'h'11'M.'iet.lu as a watch char The cur the P. P. P. a tnal. Latent approve Instruments aud Tool anti iO
-- h I ots litti liaanl. was attached to a chain b\ P. P. P. (Prickly Ash! Poe; Koot. and Pots !ears' practical. fx "'rimce m the watch and jewelry

r Ih U'tt eau U.e St1-t ".. The Tiling tj 1)0. a i;.:a Laud of gold wound about its nwei :. slam) is no secret patent medicine like the many bii ineti4 I fchail |>are no painstaking to ft-a-e a-.
.us: 'b l" :" .,,-! i Only on the market Its formula id on every bottle articles and i-rict-n or I era rinlC. aud aura TO
:,r. "'C l\'il' towitru. I' .Uistk.l in the erects--sof the drummerswisZCLM
fionor and ... : .
s inae tram no ix>nuiu.-a r. thus ghw'a guarantee of its purity and wholeeoinenesa It.: A run H4EE OF TOCB fATUOSAGE.IV.
,. j..1. ....;,::. -h'at 1' :..-I u: 't !lyint Act wee your {ert, tich r lax:.,; :o .. :k .' ". t with every indication of coaeui- I that LO other blood punier docs f. n. I ('. ('. IKA\M\G.

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4 THE FLORIDA.\R. THrR DA Y. JULY 2f>. 1""c.
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'I. THE FLORIDA STAR. I at quarter past ten the moon wa< risible |r remuneration. They accept partly I II 1 Indian (.'a,"(>. dith" Wn l there he world not

;I in a ground of azure blue. At about tenI j j through vanity and partly through belligerent : "Whoa there Cob!" High I what "where i* the man" but \t h.p'"nvaHl !,. ..1.,

J>[- Ui'IIED EVERY Tllrr D.Y.. I o'clock standard time the shadow wa desire to beat an opponent. ,. are you about Cicero'' "Only t'o'a;. ,mm "who can live without ,0....'
ELLIS WAGER Editor and PuNis er.S1. : noticed on the eastern edge of the moon j In the-e caeit often turn* out that, ,. on-?'' "How in the world do they expect'to After our repatome thk.! r:.-
and in an hour'time it was completely : the position secured, it goon becomes a i' get us all in three vehicle* "Bourn hammocksome to the +wins.

.:;() p<*r .illllillii.Kntfffl I covered : and the planet was then beautiful nui-ance to the incumbent, and he give : for the Cave!" reclined under the treewju. } .7..1, ..... .

ntf/if Pnt Otic at Titutrillet to behold. It had been stripped of it; '. hiservices grudgingly or neglect hi- Such: were a few of the many exclamations bn-ied themselves in ("Xtminin-! t? .... '"

S'I''fmll.CIf Maittf. silvery light, and its color deepened intoa public duties altogether and give his that came to our ears at t> clock cal specimenbrought; them I.y .]?

carmine-half-crim-on color whose tran-- time to his own affairThus the public Saturday morning June :#th. when standing : -

ttlalr A -'-WAKE a column.one inch in pace; 21qaar< i lucent filmne-s did not obscure "the main -ervice sufferand often needed work i i- ;: with a party of little and big; folk.- dren.On our return trip..a-" ".j t. .

For advertising; rates enquire of the Editor : the moon.*' The moon lefthadow :1t nndnne-Orlandll Kiier.. in front of the r ic.1ent'otiiCf.> in the the little town of e.L\'d v\ where: ;A:. '- '
two centtamp.
alwarirncloiino Tar STAR i* the OFFICIAL: nep3peIfor I j' 2:4ft< a. m. and an hour later wa- agaihedding Ind"I'uh'nc4.-- -in- -I'olitio i.-. little sleepy town of i Ala.-;t.w. Kentucky. ned and bought; pt.'adI'-: ti\- .....,.'.

Brevard county j : full radiance to earth with stai All but three of the party were novice dozen: and where s?mr thin :
I theE.Fitr Text. "''I: -
The Star ha- the Largest circulatIOn sparkling in attendance. : in cave visiting ; :1... could easily lx complimented uby rti'iirg: : : u, 'if}j

of any paper on the Ka-tcoa', t of ria. I Watching time\ eclip-e did not have : Sf.r,'. TifHfWt : seen: by the look of interest depicted on -ierH happened th.r :hl'lIo.I"t I

------ --- -TITT-A'ILLE---- DIRECTORY :; a tendency of hurting the eyes- much !!I DEAR SIR.-AS brother "}tat Vobi- :' our faces awe watched the arrangement.- : our crowd were \ '>rn t'nu-kt-. ( ';. '.

TOW tirricitKMa a- a great manyuppoed.. cum" I. taken hiseat: after ;a' being made. were "Buckeye's" w.iBayou : .- ?,. .

r >or-Oeor, B Ilnmphrierk To astronomerthe eclip-e of Sunday !' forcible :
11*1 -II and F.Tax Atkinson.Mwtbal Collector-T. W. Smith. I I e"enin'a.- of more interest and impo; : of political technicality, I, as i 3. I the Immediate Department and their pupil "HVKKF t'ta.' .d'h: t I j

AalletltlOrI''n-S. II.. Cirsy.AMwn Ray. R. P. I'aJdixn,1'.LGanl- tance than the one of January lat whic :, common eshorter. beg leave to conclude '! l-: and four ladie-and gentlemen from -- -*-- !

4,... 9. M I' :on. I- B.second Dwrtow Thursday nigbt of each : "':1" only a partial eclipse and was lo\-: the services. My dearly-beloved, I rise 'The Normal' who were particularly favored Wilmington Letter. i
Town Council
i IJ1f1ID tb. __ : ted too near the horizon, in which case nut to criticise the entire :-ermon-that by an invitation.At Edit-r Fl/ ';"t.r ."hrr : i

CIirUCHE- : disturbing condition- the earth's nt- I leave you to do; but what I beg to call! : half past six we were ready for the j l DEAR :Om.-Thinking: that \"'i "..

Washington First Pwhytmn ivenne. Chnrrh.Service every Pin trt andiv w(*at t 11 If : mo-phere interfere with the work of the your attention to i ithe unnoticed : -tart. The first wagon led off with all the 1 like to hear from this: end IIi' :h ll '.

a.. and ':':* p m. :Sunday &'bool.9:30 a.: n I astronomer. crumbs that have unnecessarily fallen boys and one teacher the second with thought 1 would drop \.ni a :.It '\
.. Wednesday evening at"7::0.
I'rayi'rItin J:*... John Fno<< Pastor Mrerv! AllarppoMuCv invite ------ from the political cud while being handed the girls and the third with the irn-ited' Wilmington is ail excitement :j-s-: ;

MASONIC.:: : IT -eemto be an intentional act 41n : around from brother to brother.It guests. over t the coming: of the :>'tatrl: ";

Indian River. votJtr.. S A. 3[. meet month.the Fr- the part of the Republican party to try I i.s i true that you may -earch the hi- I Bump, bump twist, turn, and at last Guards who hold their ami.ul 'I., ".:' t
full evwv
date J.eve MESDFI on of prior Sec. to moon.\. A TEWAET. W. M.Tm 'to dodge: the i--ue by calling the Democrat tory of Florida from the days of Andrew we were through the backtreet of the ment :\Wrightsville Smnd. 1,':: ::1., "

: free,traderand holding up to view : Jackson down to the adoption of the new town and had reached the smooth red JI east of the city. T1WMatcttiara--: :i ,

: (unty prisoner-of Orange have the terrors of free-trade. In reality the ; constitution, and nowhere will he found 1 I clay roads of the suburbs. To no one is about eight hundred and it i. \'ry :,, .1. t
of OrLando
the street .
liven to work on
put Democratic party does not advocate free true independence in politic. ; therefore, i the breath of country air, the snitTof new estimated that during the tin .i.t. *

} instead of fattening up in the jail trade any more than the opposite party. : brother P. V. might have been justified ,I mown hay, more gratifying than to the holiday there will l lie from tif;I.I t" ; sty :. '

doing nothing. This- a good examplefor : The is-ue iShall the proven : in his assertion that there inor, never !I student. Great which were inhaled by thousand strangervisiting: ::'uWe : .
follow. There i i.
other counties to -surplu- the Trea-ury be reduced by :1 I way such a thin Hut, beloved brethren, !! all, and very soon both mind and body exfievt to do quite a hit-r-'l...,'.. ."
convicted criminal sentenced -
no doubt that a made : reduction of duties on a class of import there i i- such a thing a* true independent : re-ponded to the stimulant of pure oxy with the ".llll n of Si. Johnj j I..'- I
be to t
to a term in jail can
i known araw materials ; which enter into :, in politic;, andome day you will feel it. ; gen. Theense of freedom t**>, added the time.I :
work the street. I
universal consumption in this countryor ; If you will search the records of the I largely; to the charm, and any monarch am anxious for the time to U- \ r .

The Senate confirmed the nomination shall it be reduced by taking off the :. craniumof about one-fourth of our bet : might; have envied u- awe rolled along; I I must be back to Indian rivt-r )>\ ':. .

of Judge Fuller for Cbief..J l1..tire la- j internal revenue taxes on tobacco and< citizen'cm. will there find the living i, through the large forest of beech and of August in time to relieve \lath, \ i .':

Friday by a vote oft 1 to 20. Seven of i whisky ? It isaid that figuredo; not : germ. This germ originated from the i chestnut tree- hedged on either-ide with Fitzgerald[ and <.Jeorge Paddisoii: 1'0i:: "

the Senator were paired including Senator : lie ; this beingo it is ea-y to prove that ; wear and tear of the original political i blackberry bu-hc.- bowed down with woo agreed to remain ou -team r I II:.., N

Call. The country will pronounei i i the cheaper whisky is the more of it i ii is platform by the mi-u-age of the wirepullers : their weight of ripening fruit. Occasionally I. ledge during that month. Tin t I..r..-

flu; act a tardy confirmation cau..{ on con-umed. ;: and ambitious a-pirant- both j we passed a stately tulip tree goes back t.> Jupiter to take ....11111.\:, !

the part of the Senator of the Republican In IMO, when whisky was.at21 cents; ; the great parties, and right here I cal i iI with its peculiar leaves, while on all his brit and the hitter will _'., ;., \ -.

party.YCLLOAV. gallon there was con-umed in this country4jOOUs I your attentien to what has always existed I Il sides, could be :seen reveling in its luxuriant -: Carolina to -{'t'ndtbe balance ..{ tin "I::.

------ -- ;">4 gallonbut in 10) whisky l i more or !less, in the political arena : bloom that daintiest of onr nation's mer with his mother and s :
FEVER inot creatingo wa10 1 cent a gallon and cons ump"i : of Florida, known as rings cliques andcombinations : flora, the wild roe.Soon the: fact of being with my f.t.uvould : .'.. '

much consternation this summer even i tion nose: to -I,(h.j.:,l gallonIn 1:17 !!. of the figure-heads the i we reached hilly country whereI I: ratherieiid the suiium ..;: I I..

though the !Burgeon-general and other ; by rea-on of the internal-revenue tax, : parties. If you will hear, dear citizen, 1 I' it xx as a long pull and a strong pull to : Han river than in eastern N. t'.1 In: '

lroph'tsai Florida would be scourged whi-ky reached the price of > .:{2:1 gal. will tell you why this has, existed in this reach the top, and where breaks and: suffered more with heat in the :.t< '.

a;;ain like Tampa wa last summer : Ion and its consumption fell to nearhtiOHN great and broad-mihded Democratic strong reins were needed to make a safe !: lays at this place than I have iht.-.t.! ::

With proj.er precautionary measures the< I .fNki) gallons In 187'the' market party in whose behalf I base my re- ; de-
dii>ea-e will never leave Plant City. Onea < price of whi-ky ranged from S2 cents tll marks. -" as the -mall mountains of Kentucky ha frequently been up :" "

*;e at Tampa has been reported, but it is $!/>."> a gallon, and consumption at ono I The tact in politics i i" necessarily undergoing I are called. Very noticeable were : I wa down to the social >'l..tlI.L i .: .

isolated 4 1 that it cannot spread :, rose to 7. .xt r i,6l<")l gallon*. Then came : constant changes and for this : the quaint farm houses lI -tll'd in among net 3lessrs. Cauoxa and t'ti-jl. w ita! ::.'

Plant City owing to its: location- the panic, in which the purchase capacity -. reason; the outlines of the parties rest i the hill-, built of hewn logs with the steamer Tarpon. They like m\v i .

cm a low, flat, s\\ampy stretch of land- : of the people wa limited, and, although upon the duties of national, Suite and : chink; filled in with clay. ': very anxious get hack, I tbiUK : .

is a home for fever of all kind-, dome-tic ; the price of whisky remained the ; county executive committeeand their : Finally ten o'clock after a drive of : have done a very good l+u-iin ,

UK well as foreign. Such a place might same, the effect of money being scarce i committees, whose duties are to study thirteen and a half mile the cave was ; made some money, !hut -ay then .-

a* well tK" abandoned and the citizen.. : wa precisely the simc a. if the price of !, the political out-l<>ok and keep the press.1 reached. f place like Indian riv'c'r.

titart a town in a healthier district. whisky had advanced. During those and citizens ported in all the I campaignpuliarities. j; The people have named thisl-a.e.llldian I Very tru'\'!
--- ---- I
TAE Melbourne 1:1S semis to have a rears of depression the consumption of But this inot always I to distinguish it from the famous Mammoth -; i:. P. }'.\ 'I.H.N
': whi-ky rapidly decreased from <;"-,42i- done in wato awaken the interest ot :
unite against Titusville which can only I a I Cave and other caves around it. ; --- -
lie manifested through its columns in tin ; :27$,.V.'4 gal the common thinker or biisine-s man, I After leaving the wagons, we found : Et/it'n' pl..J,';" ,,. :
: Ions in 1<71>. Since then the price of i ; of :,ti: .
and he
not intentionally -:11-111 July :
shape of correspondence and short editorhls perhaps that there was quite rocky hill to descend t : your paper
touching the saloon question, whisky has remained about the same, ignorantly, sleepover his rights; and before we could reach the entrance. published a letterigned "Kf|pu;i'':>."! ';
: but prosperous time have had the affect leave off, probably, the most important the name of E. N. iMun N ."
our political status and social event, I i .AHe approached the mouth, one could ; presenting! ;
of relatively cheapening it and the consumption duty to the best results of candidate for the 1.", :r< '
hinting that Titusville should take the secure popular ; feel the cool air and hear the drip of the a Republican
I of whisky increa-el to $lt', !,"- Allow to that K. N. 1 1''.:.
ure. me
government. hidden say
law into her own liands on the salooi springs. I
Sheritf ;*, l in IsXJ, falling little in 1, _;, when WlK'ii there is such little interest i ick is not, nor has ever been ill t'l--'! : .1"
the ;
and holding made foren-
question, responibUr Preparations at once
i it was 7 i,3M,41<. shown in the and critical fourteen h.iu" '."
mot important ; llepubliean.
for xiloons being allowed to continue tering. Lanterns and candles were lighted : yeara .
their work. Not only. is this increased consumption stages of the campaign, it naturally ;i the ladie (who wore the regulation j voted with that party, in |",int"i 1.1. '

element in other i of whh.ky.nut l-ethlc when it is cheap, : follows for those who may have some personal ; is a far better l emm-rat than t th.) ;,'
The prohibition partsof cave costume of short skirts, loose waists
with thi. i but there ha> been steady increase in and ambitious end to accomplish : who wrote the letter you puMi-t"l;, I I.. .
the State I :
are wrestling small woven and walking
I the consumption of cheaper malt liquors, cap strong ; TIlt'! 1 1-:"
and have been able : to take advantage of the situation and : signed himself a RepuWican.
question as yet not loots) donned woolen jackets the gentlemen !
: with whi-ky: at 21 cents a gallon we con t', 'r I"'
lend a tickling hand to tho.-e who will here doenot i- :
publican :irty
it is : f
it and
to "down exceedinglydoubtful I rolled their coat collars and buttoned i
if the State law cant ;: 'timed ?: ,310,<43 gallons malt liquor tickle them. Thus ring, ignominious I up within its limits any man wh > ::11 i -,;' .' \ ;
present their and after
i but in 1.70 with up coats; counting : ,, ;
higher whbky'e consumed ui"tahn's t
compromi-es: and selfish legislation are sneaking will try to injure :
each: it. low can we be expected tot the party, we began with a strange sense way
; 20J,7.jClGti; gallons of malt : i-i h.. '<".
that which others enough to divgu-t the honest and un- character, this one "
accomplish more of down the
to rotten
awe our way
? j lliqunr.. Owing to the fact that two : su-pecting: citizen and dash him off intoindepf. ing; his best to hurt E. N Ihu.ukrill
powerful can not tairs the rocks into
I\: over huge slippery ; .
: drinks are !sold for a for 'f .t'in
or '
quarter, one >nd-ntism. t that 'Mr. Dimick is out ;
The X receives deal of \ :say
?* a great ; the dark corridor this wonderful freak
i 1; centthe! consumption: of malt liquor; Political! I It rank and if ri n1'
aspirant beg not to the Democratic
't t patronage from Titusville, and an exam you i{ of nature. Very weird and spt"'tmlluok- ,
I increased to U"oo,41, inNot l-xii., loose sight i of the true of Democratic('lul I-. -"' l'
halll few
+ ; nation of its advertising; will show that platform your i i-d moved about' more
our companion- they .
only is it ea-y: of proof by statistic-; that this is of the : Dade this State i- "It'* : :
a adorns
'i i\ TitUflville furnishes over one-third of theIr : party within the gloomy cavern. One little Ii county,
that cheap whisky increase consumption people and not of combinations of tho-e' majority.
local advertisements published in its : give a Republican
girl begged; to be taken out; two or three I
but experience l>(":'.r- it out. Whet I
: : ; who make politics a delusivecience.. Yours truly,
... i columnShould a paper desire to con't' of the boys complained of feeling cold I
whi-ky was at it> lo\se-t before the I"ItR' I
war Fast lends for the II. D.
experience a remedy
I tinue the good will of section: it certainly : but all I !
soon unpleasantness was replaced
a jug of that article could be found in .
future and if have
we gIlt to experience ---
that little flings of the kind i
seems ,
'' by that of interest in the wonders strewn }
mentioned are, toay the least, discourteous every hay-field and at ever"raring;;. the jars of polities, either in person f A quc-er accident bappeBeU r 'i-enti> "' !
about Exclamations of "beautiful !
I where i it i is the exception tit-day. Men : business let fall back I I: At the laiuj- :
to it. patronIlowevei", i if: or Us upon the I *' '' '' the T. O. & A. R. .
J will and in the hou-e "wonderful! "curious! -trange: were I thei Lof -.
buy keep whi-ky at
and out near
true strike situated
: principle- Democracy laborers
the Xtr* does not care about this matter i heard all -ide- I Ii track ,
; 2o cents a gallon who would not $2: on '
pay that popular chord of "government" of of the wa thoppnrood -
e and desires to IHJ-C as a -l'n-ational I town, one negroes
I for the same jugful. There are many the and the Yes in i The cave is about a mile and a half i l in front aii, atr
people by
agent: we have nothing more toay ; it : people. and immediately
: who will u-e whi-ky whatever its ; in length and tile average width from : 1 J'I-
price kin
the words of brother Pax ,
Vobi-cum The ax
I I can tool its own horn, and bark at Titusville i was sitting; down
) : but the va-t majority will use far more twelve; to two feet. In the center is a. : haw.)u -Ut"
a* much a- it pleaeAs a Republican "go to your primaries which is virtually : I on thehandle, flew off,*
I of it if it cheap: than when it i i- dear the of the : large spring' of cold water, though the I the knee;u IJ':
and between
; paper it does not eem to be recognized campaign, leg about half way
---- i water instead of coming up within the I bones. .i.
send delegate to the convention who ankle through both
by its own party. Its chief office I cutting
iic'\at tlic Minor oni'C.'h basin drops from a hidden source in the I i'r.J' U
.r' ccms to be the exponent of about half-a1 have the public interest at heart, and not lost entirely severing the leg. .
1! 4 dozen who have the county.-eat fever One can hardly read the sign- of the men who will sacrifice the public welfare : roof. i Hicks was called in and had a har-1 :11.the ; .'-

1) just now, but whose recovery i-> only a times without feeling that an important I because they fail to aecompli-h someel- About upon the floor lay fine sj ecinens ; wing up the wound, taking up arteries -. I

matter of :short time with the application -. political problem i is forcing it-elf upon fi-h ambition. of stalagmites, while from the roof and setting the bones.r *' h'did :'.

', of the proper remedies- I the American people.? There is an excess .. When ;you have considered and done .! hung hundreds of beautiful stalactites I successfully, and hopes to %t\'C ".,." ,

ir, -- -- (small: state-men: who are anxious this you have laid the foundation to a lumbers of the latter being the purest i limb, though this very warm wtatter t

ACCORDING to the programme announced to serve the people, and there is a lam- concert of party action and a ucces-ful: alaba-ter. Everythingwa-examined,from bard on the poor fellow.t

t t by the astronomers the total entable lack of officeto meet this de campaign.One ; the curiou-ly: wrought ceilings recalling i I

t"1 eclipse of the moon, announced for Sunday mand. .\:- a rule men do far better in a more word and I am done. In picture of the lava-covered ceiling I -Incubator, new, for salt ,,.ht: 11'' I.i.' y

; night, took place, and was watched financial way in the pursuit of any of the the interest of public welfare, go to your Ierculaneum; to the strange column and ; }.s a first-cla.,., opportunity. f-r an.v'':,"

yj { by of the resident of Titu-ville profe--ion or industrial avocationthan queer| cactus-like formations of rock. I : the ultr\.Ll-.a.-
many primaries on the 2
R by ime during the of the '. it i for them do fear we were a rno-t avaricious set; and
entirety "Clip- potable to in official two p.m., and be there on time, or you \ttlly at STAUolfiw. t
from the entrance of the shadow over the iHjitionUut there i is a charm about may have cause to groan. the cave had it had the power would! i

moon's disk to its reappearance from the the hu-tin;: and huthugthe; pomp and Youretc... have punished us for the wholesale ap- U"'ICI:. tT'

obcured tate of about five hour* du hurrah of the campaign and the assurance N. C' I.EYAX. rupriation we made of her treasure nil ifhojit it uwty fMH-frn l
-, ; ration. During the entire part of then of public approbation which wins -- ---- Emerging from subterranean vault Take notice thati eek- .,'I'ltti.1'1"..: ...

evening s-eemed as though the cloud- men from bu-iue pursuitand draws The finance committee appointed by it seemed like entering a furnace, so much I will apply to the Honorable= I.rt" .. ;;,,"

it g would obstruct the sight of the eclipse: them into the i olitical arena. ;t) prevalent the Democratic executive committee to warmer was the outer air. Coats were unbuttoned .Florida ones. county, at bb judge oUiee,01 In sal+I C'IlIIlt'. ". .' .

ti : but the dark nimbus clouds of s o eloekK has this become that unfit men fre- solicit and raise funds for the congressional I jackets removed, hats tossed : letters of administration to tilt"Nl"tUward "ttt'! >. ,, -

changed into drro--tr:1tt1S an.hour later quentlylip into office and men who convention, to be u-ed in decoration off and our only wants seemed to be fans lilteoa. late ol cild

nnd the fleecy cirrus of ten o'clock was have plenty of busjne-s of their own are mu-ic and a proper reception of the and dinner. Willing hands soon spread \ -K Dated sed. this 19th day ul J.,t;"... .\ I'

hon driven to the ca-tern horizon by a led to accept an office which brings with delegates and visitors, is at work at Or- he cloth and arranged upon it the con- 1 S. lII 1:"'" I

jgcntle current of air from the wet, and j it no reward either in honor or financial : lando. I tents of the many baskets: and had "Mere- );.. tcit.i.ia.t I I





FLORIDA PTAU. THni>D.\ Y. JULY ?O. 1S".';;. :>

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Proceedings of I'.oth Houses For the
lug Scheme to Rob the New York Hanks .
One Hundred and Fifty-Ninth Day. l

GIVEN A HEARING. I PHILADELPHIA, July ai.-The prevention MAN GOVERNMENT of wool manufacturers and dealers RAIN STORMA :
cf a big scheme to defraud two New York
II I banks cut of thousands of dollars was against; the Mills bill A bill was passed

The Cf. To-rthrr With Three Other. IConlinulel. } brought to light last Tuesday in San Fran- For Their Treatment of the s..rvi tiiOueeii. appropriating Soldiers') : ; *hom'j JOO,000 in Grant for a Cllunt.InJi Branch National ItridVi.h, Thirty Person* Fall latw

and He in Ueleased Under '! cisco Col. when Dr. R. M. Oiborn, of Kingsbury, XVilliam'i Treatment of UN Mother Ueferreil ana11'. George, of Mississippi, resumed: : the flood and Only Fight <>f 1 bells 1-
vas arrested by detectives while goingto
Jlond "f i17,.">OO-Hoe.-*.. Faithfulness the post fti'e to get two blank plates of To-The Chinese in New *outhAVale I his speech on the fishery treaty. At 3:25 ('o\'rf'tl-M.uiy Houses mid Occupant

..t. fja< In the house the report of the conferees on
Ill., July 21.-John Bauereisen :' West, of this city, and by which he expectedto LOXDOX, July -G.-The French newspapers the i>ostortie appropriation bill was submitted WHEELING: W. Va., July 3D.-A tmft:

brought; to Aurora Thursday night and reap a harvest of money. On February are making; themselves particularly and on the subsidy amendment a ram st">riu tasting au hour and :t quarter

was {given a bearing;; before lUCrosscup( & West received a letter from disagreeable just at present to the German : discussion arose inch lasted; until ;> p. m. prevailed here yesterday evening. dVnxhu,;
t Charles
one Bender who
t Justice Baldwin on a wanted tae Traver Cal. government and to the Germans in generalby A night session was devoted to private pension cellars along Main street, and di-siril-utm,
a simile of a draft made, whica
,1 state warrant charging be enclosed.! their severe criticisms of toe latter bills. debris from the hillsides on many thoroughfares

t him with conspiring to Bender afterwards sent the firm a checkon conduct towards QJf"enatali who is at One Hundred and sixtieth Ihl)'. rending them mipa s.tl>le. About U

injure the property of the Farmers' bank, of Fresno, and on its present a visitor in Paris. The harsh manner : The senate w as not in .:-wion. oVljok\ while a numlier of peopl* wre

e:tip the company in Aurora corns-pendent: the Chase National bank of in which Prince Alexander was torn In the house: the steamship subsidy amendment standing on one tit: the bridges the Haiti

during the months of New York. In the meantime Crosscup and from the queen and the peremptory way to the po tutlice appropriation bill more & Ohio, spanning' ; Wheeling erect

May and Juue. The I West communicated with Chief Wood and in which the latter's house was entered by which is the main point of dispute between watching; the s.\ itt tiny ot the water bearing -

(' case was continued until I i had him correspond! with the officials of the the German police are especially dt'n unt'l'ti.I I the house: and senate conferees, was voted wrecked shanties and debris: of all kunU.
..//4 Wednesday, July 23, bank Crosscup and West tent the checks upon. The house refuel by a vote of 135 to
j the
: and the further dismissing her from ,i the bridge suddenly gave way praipitatuigall
Bauereisen iurnishing to Bender who at once gave an order and oo to agree; to Mr. Bingham's compromise
BAl'EREI-.J-.X. bonds of J3.000.; liow les, I asked for the originals. On May 9 be wrote country is pronounced an ungallant an 1 amendment promising a rooUl'ti.1Ifrom who were standing upon it with tbe flood

Krodenck Uilsoii, Smith and Godding wore i I from Kingsbury using: his risht; name, ) ungenerous; action. $H)0WX) ) to t.OIJtIland by a subsequentvote The number of P<..)p10.ho wen on the

all male jiarties to thecouspirafy M. Oil'''liP. to the Farmers' Lank for a draft "But how could we expect anything else," of 141 to ">7 instructed the conferees t<> bridge is nut known, the estimates varying:

At the ...." 1! of r3'0; ( payable to Crosscup & W t'.,:. The fays one of these p-ipers, ".if our Teutonic: insist upon their disagreement. The tariff fn m twenty to thirty. Eight; pdrs }u were

of ttie case draft him and he it t1t'ihLcrnlen: one recalls the race of bill taken and debate on the wool from tine
conclusion: ,1 i was sent on May 10 sent was up : rescued at a distance of a mile ,
r.- ,.,1''J to the firm l arl anan- from which they cajne and the schedule resumed and continued until 5
f.aul'r.'hdlUS crested ; Philadelphia using the same pos- : point where the bridge was located, and it u
char,'e COIl I'irltl tcJbt-tl..r : I former correspondence with them. quality of the nation, it is easy to jierceivehow the night; session being for private bills. .

with Howies nu+Smith ./ '\ : About the latter part of June Crosscup & these savages could be rude to an inoffensive perished. i
the swine ... / Wot and nnrrotected woman, who had IInn.lrt'claud ivty-First D.iy. The city is intensely agitated over tbe .baster ,
\ \ to Bender two
to injure fchipjied at Kingsbury,
-"- In the senate several unimportant bills who.- whereabxitcanr:
sought; refuge; their midst. and persons !
of drafts drawn the Chase National :
one on -
j where am! resolutions were reported and paced be ascertained to be aawnu; tbnumlier. *-
One j<:urnal points out occasions supposed
o\.4/Itll'l/ ) bank of New York, and the other on including a bill appropriating .;.'1.II iO>) to
\ i I j the Fourth National bank of the same city. Prince Bismarck has been said to have been .
I Chies Wood the detectives and uncivil to women, and asserts that his con erect a monument at Louisville, Ky., to At Caldwell's run in the lower end of the
was ( i telegraphed:;
;. duct towards Empress Victoria during the Gen. George; Rogers Clarke who capturedthe city four dwellings were swept awayby the
bond of &
with a j officials of the Farmers and Reno banks that .
late illne-s when it Northwest territory.. )fr. Pugh made a tl.md and eleven drum .
nCODEttICK.slamliatrly emHror's was necessaryfor persons
warrant was
the had l He received
.t (hin1 i i plates >een shippeiL ,
served charging; Riuereiser. word that Bender and would the chance'lorto: consult her, bordered as! speech on tat tl.heries treaty, followed by A young: man named Homan the wife anti
was a forger
with conspiring! with arrested his scheme for the manly upon rudeness as he dared exhibit to Mr. urivllar. After a short executive session four children: of Thomas How ley. three
as wa
isnnth to wilfully and defrauding the New York banks. purposeof Detective his royal mistress. I IA.th(4r the senate, at :5:;>3 p. m., adjourtn. members of the f.aauly of John iMedMul, a

the asks what l ; In the house" the call of suites for the in- and two visitors at his Louse are
maliciously injure 'ofFey and Lees, of San Francisc-o, who journal can expectedin t J.uryman
waof towards, troduction bill* was dispensed with and believed to lie dr-jwned. and II
Bur- the those
*> n property of the had been notified by Chief Wood of the courtesy woman among;
'W lin ton road and theI4 I & West worked trom a nation whose head set the example debate on tho taruT bill resumed. The mo- is feared there are more to be inclu t in the
Crosscup transaction, up'the
tion to strike wool from rue free list was defeated :
\--&g\f rude his mother. Then follows numl.il'r.Tb
to .
lives of the passengerson which led the of Bender by being ,
y case arrest i
10"J to ICO. A motion to abolish the i
rehearsal William's railroad tracks both sides uf
its trains by placing I as detailed above. a o' Empeior alleged; i on
dynamite explosives on conduct towards his mother when the latter i tax on distilled spirts was lost-yeas: J?, nays river above ami clew the! city have beencoverml

the Burlington track at I DROWNED IN THE RAPIDS.Six was crown priuccks, and without, any appar-, Us). A motion to repeal tho tobacco tax was'' with debris from the hiit"iltl'S. anil

I% South Aurora the cut tape of l.Becoming; empress.Of I I dt'fl'att..l-y C4, nays 8.). At 4:50( p. in. [ bridges have either been washed away or 1M'wl..akcm..l
r Men Swept Away After a Desperate the house adjournetl.
If night of June 1-1. A I King Milan, the papers say very little, :' a* to be unsafe.A .

fourth warrant was I Struggle: for Life. although they question Ins method of obtaining | One hundred and i\tj-'s 't-oiid lay.I I large picnic party from the city an tina

WINNIPEG, Man., July :20.-Nine men left : u divorce from the They \entall :i it tram on the l'an.1IanJl lietweeu tv nwanout
IDDING. also served charging I I In the senate Mr. audei-son:: by request, i
I the camp of the Eau Clare Lumber company ivir and this and cunnot reach the citv. Thr
ithBowles spite Germany new
him with pMieral (conspiracy together w upon | introduced a bill to organize a National ,i
Hr h'rick, Wilson .. Tuesday morning; to begin their day's work. i| among other grievances has lead to a I guard. The bill to place Gen. Fremont on track on the Elm Grove railroad ir tw.,
rfmith and I They took a boat forty-five miles west of '' renewal of hostile feeling; to France at : '| miles is completely wrecked with one britliC"' "
Godding, the retired list as major general was passed; l len
Calgary, on the How river, and began descending i five hundred
; Berlin. leaving at least picniofe-
gone:: :
the ) recede fromi
to itijuie property "i i yeas, Sl ; nays, :1. The semite i
the Aeries of rapids. They came to : Wheeling who nut walk horn
and business:: of the Burlington --.. I 1 I _\rival of the JLmi: 'en.r. i its subsi ly amendment to the postottL-e appiopriatioti -
a portege, :.id. carrying the boat half a side danuge has Uwu
) Ou the Ohio great : ;
road during the l' I ill. The eight hour claims billwas
I | CuoxsTVUT, July 2i.-Thousands of visitors : .
mile attempted to cross the Kananskis liveare 1Host.
months of May June lt; jti'nnJ I rapids, a tiU'I.t distance above a chute of fiveor i came to I'eterbof this morning to Witness 1 passed. Tae; bill for the admission of I I done. though so! tar no report

July. The cases Washington as a state w--is taken and at
the arrival of the two emjierorsThe up
six feet in h i btrhen the boat got i i Much damage is reported from theYbci
wen continued, and czar was attired in the dress of a German i 4t) p. m. the senate adjourned.In .
within thr :t ISauiTeiseji: was placed 6. f II officer while Emperor: William wore a Rus the house several veto pension messages'were \ ;
t'. her by throwing a line I bottom tern washed from
stop the creek having
under bonds of $:>,(*>0iu r 3. sun uniform. Tho c/.mna was dressed' in real. A resolution: was adllptl'lll'liUit -
-. around the bank. I citllidmg
a stump on They failed their founditions and only saved by
each case, making a Ai I white El11ptror.llliam, on \'.; on the secretary of the interior for information 1
the boat became unmanageable!; and swung:; arriving; with the boundary fence. "
total bond of ,'$11,:(jO. flii' quickly ascended the and with un- in regard to Mexican war veterans ;
I around in the current, acquiring ; such a momentum quay, Myron W. Hubbard of the firm of Hub
which has: been furWIL.. os. covered head, kisse 1 the cnrma's hand whose names have been dropped from
that before anything could be done wholesale U << > |
; [ hurt & Faull grocers, U; INMCI
rolls. The tariff bill taken and
nished. ''twice. lIe conversed with her majesty for the was up, <
-- she shot over the falls lilo an arrow. 1 to have been drowned, as ht.a.. 0:1 the
I all amendments offered for the repeal or reduction -
i Claik Vt-lhlis! nun I..... In the: leap over the first chute she shipped cme Minute The emperor resjKmded m : internal ,de i wrecks Baltimore & Ohio bridge
all! of tax
Russian revenue were
i to the greetings extended to htm.
1. Informer only a. little water and the seco.ul fall was I '! No street cars are running; oa account
t; GAi.EMirua, Ill, July :; !1 The imperial party was heartily cheered :! feated. When the last St'CtiOIlIf the bill :
tj Bowles pia)several jiarts in this city. lIe passed without shipping any more. The along the route to the jvilace. All of the wareached it was agreed to fix O.-tober 1, I bridges; which spanned CaMwell's run in
1 here !: men were absolutely helpless and unable to the city having ;gone out. The Viwra wa 1
registered mi lay ) members of the party attended a family dinner I I..*.>, as the date for it to po into effect. At I
gi. Brown's the headquarters gain the shore, for the boat fairly spun in the most severe known here since 1M"by ;, [feting
at hotel -
: the house took until .
at the palaca in the- 5 p4 in. a recess 3 n. m., I
theater us if she were a top. She kept in evening.; rain vivid light
of the Pinkertons aeeompatlkd heavy an
4 the night session IK-tug: for committee business. i I
its. J. I*. Sanford, Lyuchburg, the center of the rapids until near the third No More ('h lwst' Desiied.SYD.K Uln;;,

\'a., and had dinner there. fall. Then one if the men jumjK'd out of her :: \, N. S. W., JulyJ.:: -The new t t REBELLION I IN HAYTL
and uttempt to reach the shore. The boat One HuiulKit and ixty-Thiid I) he dined at the
/I The next day act regarding Chinese immigration has received I --
the fall and landed In the senate theI ual veto was .
shot third '
Union house, registering over plump the royal ass( nt. It prohibits the pension I' S"u'r.1ttt'lUl't" to l.urn the ..U\... *t
rock that showed itself read. Deports were mads from committees.
upon a jagged baiely ;
i again us San ford. It was on further naturalization of Chinese, and provides tort An I'riure.NEW .
above the water. Two of the men managed I A resolution:; reported to extend the interstate -
the afternoon ot May 15; tliathe | that all Chinese leaving; the colony, YOUK, July .3.-Advitrs rv f iv( .i
to grasp the smashed boat and tho other commerce Law to telegraphs. The
claims to have been ri4- except those who have been naturalized Au Prince state that mere> ho
from Port >
were swept under by the rush of waters and I bill to admit Washington Territory considered -
lung with tJeorge A Clark shall, on returning l-e subject to the act.Chinese .
v and the of that weie nexer seen again. The wrecked: boat, : until l:51> p. m., when the senate ad-I been a rebellion in Hayti against Statnaou..
'.lI\\"US: : immigrants must not exceed an :
with the two men clinging; to it, was pickedup : j-atrne.i. I C'lnwlltt'tllJy the banished generals, l.i e..;eU--
the hiscourage .
that he Lid the dynamite in hedge; average of one to ery 2 K) tons burden of
four miles further down the river. The I I In the house efforts were made to get up and Meni al.
when he went t'l it iu ite
failing put on the vessels m which they arri n'. The poll f
loran vho jumped from the boat before she public building:; bills, but tbe tariff bill took the
the track. tax has been fixed at t: lOt. and the penalty A big tire broke out in city on July 4
reached the third fall reached the shore in I precedence am! was considered until -tID
Clark hired a rig that afternoon, put his anexhausted for evasion of the tax at t-JoJ. The Chinese : and in two hour 1'HX, turns were burner
1 condition. m., when the house adjourned.
fihmg rod in the 'wagon:; but asserts that shall lie allowed t ) engage; ; in mining without ; p. and thoiisaiilsof people rendered fwtnelesx

How let did not ride witn him, but a friend 'flll't'e1..1..... the authority of the minister of mines. : THRILLING SITUATION.A T..efire\va: di'4t"fJvere.iu the senate .oQIW

whom he will name when the trial (come un. The act does not atFect Chme who have !
DES MIIINES Iowa At Jefferson
-0.- :Madman Takes Possession of nt lln: inetlauliiig 1:14 while, the senate was iu session
believe Ikwles'story ;;
Some tfople hesitate to lieen British subjects.The .
yesterday: Grace Ellth JJIYl'tie:: Chandlerand I Ktirsionl The efforts of the tlreai-n to check tht ..
about tearing the from thefind i
grass away
of the hedge placing the cartridge Carrie Bartlett were drowned while :Missing Documents.BEULIX I lL\EHSTOWX. Mil, July !' .-Aii excursion ..:1.... were futile and the fire burned uut.i
bathing in Coon river. Their ranged
thereon, carrying; the dirt from the road tocoer from eleven to thirteen. Tho liodusUt ages have July 23.-The Neuesten Nachrich- I J : party on the Shenandoah Valley I it i-xnuusteil itself. Th wind shifting from

up the cartridge, and noting M' exactly -u covered. ten alerts that after Kmperor Frederick's! i| railroad had the thrilling; experience Monday I a I tnd to a st*.i I re'j5, druve thtt truss back

the surroundings, liecaiise, they think this death, a casket containing i-onidential( re- 'i night of riding behind a locomotive at :| on the burned ciiitric thus saving It*

could not lie done on a dark night.; Clark TO THZ GRAND JURY.t'ututui'.iu11er hurts made to him by German military attacks ', the throttle of which was a madman. The !j| greater portion of time city.

claims to lie Citing ready and tu live I abriu
jitrong (' iso already.Itujcott. II iie Make* Slid DUjMtsi name of a member of Empress Victoria's j Maryland road at this place. wh.cii burneil until it licel: thy seta alitdieI I

--- HUll of the "
Kiinittrn. July '!'I.-Much curiosity was I mountains: and the train was returning I The next night two nun were shot for at
"1. It rumored a< to what th+ defense in the Father (iilligaii: llelf.tsed.DLULIN L It I:i tlr .
C'mrAtJO, July was expressed when the exciting episode occurred. was tempting tu start another ** Ante

Thursday evening that the timorous treatment Burlington dynamite caw would hOe At the July :!:;.Father Jilligan, who I i i about S o'clock. The lamps had been lighted soldiers have patrollel the street every

borate of the Brothel'hood iiu-inbcis are opening of court Lawyer Donohoe, for thug was recently imprisoned m Limerick jail ,! and the train was speeding over the mountains I night since the first[ tire, with order to shoot

receiving at the hands of the law had stnred: Brotherhood asked District Attorney Ewing under the crimes act, has been released. On i i south of here The conductor was collecting !1 on the spot persons acting suspicious.Tne .

up a feeling of animosity, and that retaliation if the prosecution, rested its ('a-.t;'. :Mr.: Ewing leaving the, jail Father Gilligan made a brief i tickets w hen he and the passengers : schooner Lizl. e Lane, lying; at anchor

would lie meted out in the shape of a noddid his h.>ad affirmatively. hTh'ne i address to the crowd that had assembled to i j!| were startled by the train suddenly! stopping : iu the stream, was crowded with people tilt >

renewal of the boycott. This was i natively rest our case," s-ud Donohoe" "anil are prepared witness! his release I II i t atd a series of wild yells from the direction I' were burned out and who went on board for

denied by Mr. U*. C. Gould, one of to discuss pra+fs." 1 !Sunday Closing: In Ireland. I Ii '|: of the engine. : safety. During tbe first fire a French gun

the grief,ante committee, at McCoy's hotel. Mr. ":wtltg declined to make any argument i 1 LONDON July :a.-A select committee of II i I The conductor hurried forward. In the boat sent a company of sailors well armed

At the Sixteenth btl't't't'ar.lt of the P urluijton saying: "We simply a-sk that the defendants the house of commons has reconsidered the :, baggage car he met the engineer and fire- I to protect French subjects. An uprising

nothing had been heard of it at mid i lie held on the evidence." ( perpetual closing of all public houses i! man, their faces blached with terror. Just 1 occurred: after the fire, but it was suppressed!

night, and up to that hour no trouble lendbeen After an earnest address by each of the 1 throughout: Ireland on Sundays hereafter, :i i then the tram began slowly moving. "My : and quietness rastored.Foreign.

eXI' 'rk ul'td. At 2.W; o'clock a. in. a two lawyers for the defense Commissioner and at 'J o'clock on Saturday nights. I' God" exclaimed the engineer, "there is a i i

reporter galled at the Burlmgtou freight : Hoyne said: "The prosecution has presenteda i iA i crazy man m the cab." He excitedly related I! :Note*.

yards, Sixteen'th and Halated streets, where I good probable case against the prisoners, Royal Visit.PAKIS how at a station just pissed the man had It is stated that Prince Bismarck, Count

the yaniuuutar informed him that ha had and I should not be poi forming my duty unless ,, July i3....:Piesident Carnot paid a :, jumped on the tender, and covering the engineer Kalnoky and Premier Crispi will meet m

beard nothing of the rumor up to that tune. I I I referred the charges against all thei visit yesterday to the eutperor of Brazil ati and fireman with a pistol, had forced Carlsbad at the end of August.

They had not moved any freight cars smoe i prisoners to the grand jury. It is for the i Aix les-Bairw.: ____ : them to leave and climb back into the baggage A dispatch from Adelaide, Australia,
l says
11 u\ltlt'k, when they sent out thirty.four i I grand jury to pass upon the men's guilt or BURNED WITH ACID. I. ; car. that the British ship Star of Greece, Capt.narrower .
cars, which were received without objection, innocence." No time was to be lost. AU brakes were
from London has been wrecked
and he would uot tend any more out until 5 j i The court ordered that the amount of bail An Ait-idem 11'hSch May Cost Two M.; hard down, the train: was moving slowly. in Aldmger bay, and that twenty personsI

o'clock. j should remain as already fixed ),OOOi Louis llo)* Their Li\e! The conductor jumped to the ground. while were drowned.

'! apiece. Efforts to exempt Engineer Goding ST. Loi'ts July ':O.-A peculiar accident i the engineer climbed back over the tender. i I .
*>u" ilciiAi. of Hoge' I.uyahy. i! I The sultan ol Jiorocco's,':s troops nave defeated -
| from being held over were ineffectual as occurred at the Standard theater last night; The conductor picked up a large stone and :
CHU'AUO. July 1.-The Tribune publishes i I were also. attempts to have his bail reduced. resulting in the probable fatal burning of i' called to the crazy man to jump down. The :' the hostile tribes. The sutsan has appointed -

an interview with "an engineer high in the i I The argument of the defense was that there Edward Hill and Michael Dwyer, aged nineteen j latter responded with a shot from a revolver.As I governors throughout the Benin and

council of the! Brotherhood," in which tbeI had been practically no evidence against j i i and twenty-one, respectively, and the he fired out of the cab window, the engineer Gueld districts, with the object of collecting

latter intimates that there are grave sus- '' (haling Among the spectators who witnessed sever/'! injury of several other attaches of the t crawled in, and seizing: the throttle, ,: large revenues.

PICIOI.S of the fidelity of Mr. HogeIt is the conclusion of the trial was Assistant theater. The men were engaged in tumiga- :' shipped the tram Tne conductor threw the Gen. Anneukoff, the constructor of tbeTrans

hinted that he may be a Pinkerton man. : Postmaster General Stevenson.The ting the theater with sulphuric acid which stone and it felled, the lunatic, cutting a terrible i Caspian railway, has received thl-

Much is made of the fact that he maintained three prisoners, Broderick, Bauereisen Hill) and Dwyer were pouring from two gash in his head. He turned out to be decoration
his headquarters at the Grand Pacific so and Goding, were not allowed their libertyon i stone jugs. Henry Martin of Bentonville., who hadbeen Nevsky, in recognition of his services iu

much longer than necessary; that he employed bail All three were rearrested before Both jugs exploded at ouce, scatt .rmg the craved; by liquor. The passengers; were building the line

a Piukerton man as a private score-i moving a step. Star warrants were used, acid in every direction saturating! the clothing badly f right;-.Iet.1. Gen. Bouianger is making rapid progress

tary and that he issued the damaging circu ;' the charge being bringing dynamite into : of the young men who were pouring the i toward recovery. Friends who have madesjieeches
Ur. I Illinois to the Hw. Hank President Dead.CHARLESTOX in Ardecb in behalf of Boulaiigei
| the tate of contrary acid and bespattering those standing near. ;
Further the engineer say: "The a..M>HI- 'I i ,- Hill and Dwyer, nearly crazed with pain, W..a.., July z().-C. H.I I have been received with great hostility

bled chairmen of tbd grievance committeesare ran through the streets followed by a crowd, ,, Mead, president of the Charleston National When Ligurre; attempted. to addresn a

not a>Wp.: They are conducting an ins \'tlaluintnu..l n"Jl'ltt'd. until caught: by a policeman and taken to bank died at his h,>me in this city this meeting; hIv..", re was drowu with ;,:ruaas

Vtstigation: in which no: one is supposed to 1 C'ltrsTON Iowa, .I ul} '.'Chairmn Hoge the city dispensary, where their burns were morning He came here from Ashland Ky., and bis.>es

guilty lIr innocent If we should tint that and Murphy arrived in Creston at .: o'dockThur.by dressed and tbl"vt"reo sent home. In their four years ago and organized: the bank. lie T chamv,er of deputies by a vote of 'A:'

even (Chit- Arthur was implicated in any afternoon, and met with a joint I fright they hJ.fl torn almost all their burning died from spinal div&s.... to t-, a-iopted the communal reform bill',

dirty work he would not be shielded" meeting of striking engineers and firemen in ; which to citizens the right
clothing off and reached the dispensary shot From .\II'balh.CH.TT.utJla gives :O.'JJ tote
the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineershall nearly nude. The other wounded men were \ in local t1tt n. The suinouricmritof
Tenn. JulvToJaj' atKyle's
: ,
Mtramer Uuruetl.NEWAKK.
after their arrival.
almost immediately the : without assistance the figures was greeted with prolongs; t
able to to dispensary
;go James Farrell shot
Ford Tenn was
N J. 1.-1'h steamer : ,
July :: The session Ltsted about three bur chamber then '
Thomas but they are severely injure and kill James Donet. Farrell had cheering Tie was Jrro.u.
P. Way, owned by Me& rs. tevetud Chief Engineer George Fisher, at the close by until Nuvsin-

Coiidit and run as: an excursion boat to cf the conference, said to a reporter: "Chair .\ ollislou of Freights.DCLITH. threatened to kill Daiist, anti the latter of Marshal Kuhn La-

Staten Island and Coney Island wa burnedto men Rage and Murphy are here wirh ,r'p.- Mann, Jury 20.-Tuwas a learning; of r laid m ambush ant shot Fir : caused The retirement a seiisat.on. The m hi.

the water'sttlgrftbis morning while lying; sitilaO from >iuagtr Stone for a settrmt! 'Nut eolLsio.i; e't freight trains on the Daiutu et rtll elf ems horv. letter to the marshal, say: emperor.roe necessity

at the Commercial wharf. The loss is 130- of the strike, tile details of wbicu I ..'.nmoit ir.a lUnse real Wed.i-sdav at Wisuakode, iait.ttrd the Klghth Time. ,; for the army in perfect readiness for

fit>. Partially injured. You however, tha: the fort .._, .. miVs' ( Two Harbors. Of one kin.
t v.-u may say '} roil MONTGOMERY, Ala., July -il,-The Demo' the field iwpr3otivt to appoint another -

1'I'utoOltlUIIUSt're rejected' by unanimous tram the caboose and tour ore cars were "*rut of the Seventh district have nominated to jour Thi i.another reeog

\l w l'UCh"Ul.I. :3.lku.hberidan' tear iif both bxlges. Two hundred and sixty wrecked. The engine of the other train and II. W II Forney for i-Mi.;re--, without 'It I'I'GI I nition of the fact that war is considered unavoidable
JlJU'lIltlt. Mass.
Jaiy pat ulrli \ .tttni against, without Oslo a>. : 4.lllJitlUn is unchanged. Il
hU.--- i Engineer Thomas Martin and a little girl .
night was passed reatfully and vithout incident I L.w.
naued Palm were injured.
being a repetition; of the night Itfore.




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I;cr 1..01(. Wet rope is only one-third as tensile as Eomard-Becre, the English; actress, i3 LA. GIXGIL\-,

t I nay cot kiss you. sweetest? why, when dry and greased rope is even weaker. tall and very handsome. S. H. RAY

Sine+ all the world to losers molded! I Astronomical photography has succeeded Minnie Hauck has been singing 'Carmen. I AM-Af-LAWA: NOTARY PUBLIC. i ,
Look bow the harpy butterfly
in reproducing stars down to the thirteenth in London with her customary success.: In
Bosses the rose and isn't scolded:
Florida. i
I m ;;nitude. November she will return to America and Hock Ledze, iI I
I ,
See how the stream with tender lips star ia English under the --- ,
It is predicted that the borings throughthe opera ruanagtvment '
and L. GA'LDEN, Successor t:: J. C. :;:rwJ eand Co.
Ita f rn mossy margin presses Straits of Dover ill reveal the existenceof of Carl Strakosch.Clcnitnt D.
And er* n the stately willow dips I
Her beauty to the tide's cares.e ; extensive coal beds. Scott, tho London dramatic ATTORNEY-AT-LAW !

Basic slag, the refuse of steel works, when critic, says "it is a positive relief to turn ,

I may not kiss you* Tis absun" ; fro-d from iron and reduced to powder, from ell this twaddle anti nonsense t-(> the Tittisville, Florida. ;1 TITUSVILLE. FLA.Gen'i .
To the truth all nature traces:
scorn proves to lie a valuable fertilizer. grand: performance of ads char as; Katharine I
The very breeze, upon my word. which is a revelation. We have seen TONES \ WILLIAMS. .
Stands still and kisses both our faceg. Medical authority can be found for the i:
I nothing like it since Sara Bemh-irdt. I
theory that it is the early ri::,-r w ho catches

'Quite For butterflies right r,ie and said streamlets"for breezes dearest'I John miasma if there be any in the air. Mrs. John Drew, who appeared at the I .\\ttI'UrOl-a-I: '. I ITitu

Arch Street theatre in Philadelphia a short !
notice though, they soon pass onTo Florida promise to become a large producer \'i1lc. Florida.
time has boon the !
ago; as Lady Teazle : en
kis* of opium. Sixteen plants will
b ard.' for Her I
sixty-one stage career
years. ;
nearest'1'ords an ounce, and an acre of poppies will yield : has been longer; than that of any other actoror I c3.F:( ). M. RomUNS, I. Merchandise
$1.000 worth of opium.It .
actress in America, with the possiale es-: :

As Miss Angelina, who lives at the South has been ascertained by careful experi-f .'t.tion of John Gilbert. : ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,

End, came down to breakfast the other morning ments conducted by M. Roger that poisons
I Usvif.LE. FI..\.
looking a trifle pale but very happy, her low one-fifth of their toxic power when taken -- -

mother, looking sternly toward thedauJthter. into the system by fasting.; :;,. ,,".' c;. Hoc1&' -.:. '.. : i A. M.: TlfUASHEK. STORE.

Cleared her throat and remarked in a serious An instrument called the autographometer : '. ... ... ,. ,...I'. I .,. ". I II I

tone of voice: has lately been devised, which when in use, t .' : ,;',. ". ATTORNEY-AT-LAW II I I I

"My dear, Edwin stayed much later than indicates the [topography and differences of '. I 1
: i
.. .. . P O. B.IXin. \XFORD. FLA. I l -
.rmalla.t night did he notP level of all places over which it pa -s,'S. I Will ir ctite in all the o. uuti .n ol the sleuth I
"Oh, no. mother!" Ii CirtHit and supreme court.: 3
Japanese engineers; propose to adopt a system i ,
"Be careful, my child; I am quite sure of earthwork defenses protects by an I nl.i cFIEi -- --------1 I rrl'II4'., tIt Melt
of it." iron shield one foot in thickness, and extending \otif-o to ('UUh' U.tOl'S. I I R.n.. ; ),

"So, indec, mother, he didn't stay at all twenty-five feet each side of the I ,
ounoIn pealed: ,sal.., fur painting the out- !
late. Why what makes you think he did. i>roM ; ,

"Because I happened to hw awake when he China them are o\"t'r.wo sj-eies> of .s'uleot the Court-IInu-o will: K receive COUNTY SURVEYOR. I A First-Class StockGROCERIES

was going out, and I heard him whisper to plants USH! for food, and in the world probably at the clerk's office until the fiat Monday !
times Orderby mail will receive :1.> prompt I
the door 'Just f1! -Bostcn Tran Sawdust mSneden : in \UU : Xeitication- on file
you at one ; -t. :-l I .
a. .
is used in bread and found dige>tible. attention ctilin per "n.Address ,
script. at the clerk'- uiilce. !

A light, ilicious earth is found in France 1'2 .\. A. STI'AVAUT: : ; Cu-orjriana, Fla. -c.--
Her One Fault. and from -- --- -- ---- --- --- -
Germany: which are made bricks : Co. Clerk Urevanl Co.
I Ime: a rnal1encun;; and fair, that will float in water. Such bricks are TT F. \TKIX-OX: f

With eyes of blue mentioned by Pliny; they were also made in I I I ,

And golden Lair Tuscany in the Eighteenth \OTICI: :.
And Ups the hue ; century.A I JUSTICE OF THE PEACE

Of cherries ran.prl -. Nuremburg: inventor has .rodm-ed a Having aPPlied to tin- II' norable.lohit :
A she was to drive etc mad; 5-boo sole composed of wire net overlaid with I). lroome.-Judge ot the Circuit Court !I For the Stnond Justice DNtrict of lire-

One n Militant tumbling, India rubber. These of llrevard ('ouil\'. KIorKH. to hc' appointed \'arll'"uuty ; Court days third :Oloml.iy

-oles, which cost but half the price of leather, mmntian ":tad cii'todiun of myson. of tach 1111 mth. .
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When first I saw Lcr I did know have: been tested in the German army, and :. John C.ipron, :L lunatic. AJ1foneerned II. -\XEl: i
I'd met rcy fate found to lie twice as durable.A will take notice that Oil the T. _, ,

For weal cr woe. new double pointed nail is the indention : 12th day of AujrtM. .\. H. l1:* : '. or :1'* : :

Xor long: iliJ wait of an ingenious<< woman. The points turn in : soon hereafter a? I (':111 be heard!. I will! Justice of the Peace for the Thirteenth DRY GOODS

To tell LeT FO."Fate's oppo ite dm-ctions. They are opwially useful : apply to his Honor fur leave to bind and I District. ,
that I shriokeJ ill fled.
you f\3yt" a :
For no girl could I ever wed for inviMblo nailing in wool v.ord. It is :sell; the following:; real estate of myaid: c. .nT\EY. FLOiilDA.

\Vho putned. Columbus Di.; tch. simply two nails >>inl firmly, the sides of son in llrevard oiinty afol'4':,aid. to-\vit : Court 41.1 \ th* tli.r.1 Saturday .>f rte-it iuut.ti,

the heads being placedProfessor ) toeth'r. I The !south halfof lot four of section 20.I -----. -- --- -- -- 1 NOTIONS

in township 37. =oath ot ran :** II east. XT'TE14-LIVE..V.EMs.\Vritrt ,.o A. SanYY ,,
; i
, r.vhler.'c of Smartie:". ; Schmidt, of Gatz univer-ity, has bo n.rt.UV 11aLilu :Mutual Lsfe ,\ccj.Jent
, contaiuin'tu acre more or ll'I-o :Awl sick iw-utnt .b.:' 'latl''n. bufi l.'. >, 1.
Tw little : &
misses belonging; to different hit upon the plan of cutting oil reeve: of }Jiving i
lot ." ot section :{. in township a": >outiiot
> > -- --- -
LousehoMs, but in th" and them in suitable!
living sane neighborhood ; sponge planting a ,
aIl .
'I on the cast side, Lave c<:>n-s'-.l to speak piece in the sea, as if they were willow t.+ i;;,.-. Dated rtll thilOtli att. day of .Juh'. A I D. EAR DRUMS i 1i )It'l1' LacHt'.... .t rriItIn} ..:
I as they pass I.). Death lately 1'01>'.*.1 tae d In this way he has sueceedM, at the end I'JIn"rr.: : \ IU>TOII: Tilt IIIAIINO. II
them of a baby brother. The ftlJcwnin;; three years. in producing; 4,000 sponges at a wl.thr .Uu-i.ts, 1.1 by tv.itilevtrs: ..r m- I
she went by the house of a IJeizU.r. while cost of $;-.. I.Al'UON. ';nns t.> til- t.aturrti iiiii:+ ,\!w.in.: j..s'to-..
Join-* tv William*. Bt" i iNnMBLi 10 'rii.K' $II'I t ni.frOibv"t.> \" ( :Ir.
her f- rmer companion was v'z! :: >,u the Dr. Worms of the Paris : of Me ii- .. .
eadt'Iny 4licitttrfury4plicaut.: I- .,... t'L.t.'.. 'el "I'l-i !' Lt.n door *r<'p with a young laih.. i... i\ \.its a .-ine, has ascertained that 1.......;. ant anti : I h. 1V.. I, .' 1 t.. tl,...... Hall;; tho III.'n -- r'1
; tON Qr the head and asniv-if: thvir shirts: wasps show a marked dislike to the new sa<-- ----- -- -- I'. IIl.OX.I' g...ytlwst. ....r

r pxpresswl their mutual ('Ontr'I: }.t. "'V1:::." charine. To the human jalito there is no I .'-d:uinh11'atn'and slttardillt'Noice. ... i '- aUlll-.tae.ut.. -- nnl..lti :
pin :
: !
said the young; lady tots a o::c (.ii the ,!(xr lIO'rT 'J .
difference in the taste IM't vicen it and >u,;ar, ..U .1 '.l: tt, .t'.yliv ir.
step on't you sjxak: to Maggie L":jy nscre" I It has been shown, however, that its use h-.. Tn nil i>'/
. ">o. I don't," was the response. "She hr.il-s turbs digestion.A Take Notice that .ix month's after dateI CLEVELAND and THURMAN
fhe's awful smart beeau-e their
just baby
of : will apply to the Honorable Minor ,
physician Philadelphia analyzed a
died-Buffallo Courier. bt H.-, \+ t' Its-e:.. a.-t. lit t :Mri 1\,.
black japanned hat and worn byai>atientfUiTering : S..lon0*. l'oliuty Judge of l.ivvanl County, 1..M rx.1( .l"..t. 'O l I".r* .It-. V."t. r. ( .i-f: '.!_<. ][ ATS
-- ; from headache, and found it contained Florida for my tin:!) discharge from lily U,x. 1-r-". art al.-, 1. 1.lat. t.* 'i I'.r.; .1 'n"'j ,

'l'he'ut"rhwJono three grains of one of thy lead salts. i udministratorship; of the of Sarah A .. litat \\-k--' it i 1'.1, ,-P- -. j-.f I- -tr
In venial massivenrtw I ntarnv .> .! r.t-.1.1.,1: .: _'
jon'rela Sf'f'n. > : : I too
From thi. case be concludes that many headhes \Vooltr.deceased.-< produce t tall: awls :I'; .t;-I niche, 0 & .L. t.
And tempt the palate of tlv: ;,._.....D.Li a<' are often duo to the absorption of the of \\' 1liuuHlltl'. late an infant. :!I' ; .ii' 1d.. ... i'lIl: ..',..l!: ., 1

::.."ise t'.Kurs! .'.. "f :'"<- rn-.i' ; It'flcin the hat ban
Idaho has not Ml y..ut' 1-1 -I'**' tl.roll* Sui:rviMiig Inspector Lubbock of Stn1'rai.cisio : : this :-Jnd 1 ,1:1oi' Fl.1.ruuIt.. PARK ER'S CLOTHING

Alas: you double up us all. Laving rep rted 14) tho treasurv 1>':. I : RA I A PJlHINDERCORNS. I

___-I..t tuuat.lti't. department that i.troleuci is not safe fuel JA.MKS: : M. T. POOI: .r : ral4al ,

Woeful Igiuiranoc."Hunphr for large boilers, has been instructed by Secivtary Administrator ot the estate ot Sarah 1Wodtl' ,

Fairchild to withdraw all permits : deceasiNl, and guardian of grs uti r .e: ullg h3ndrutt.
; said a Chicago: girl ) ,, : :, ,, the
; nwiemptuouslv. : w Jv=MBH It c-wii t.e IK *
heretofore given for its use t-ncept in the \\ llialllr.ltl, a minorM.1s'I'ill's ..
"They talk abut Ho.to:1 culture Lau a n 1 i :e to pleaie.
i :
cas of small steam launches.In w t ;t a' H at i'rurrf4s.
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and education I don't think much of it." Hl'ut\; FiirnNIiuii; (:oo K

"Why notr :. drilling glass, stick! n piece of stiff ciey si LI:. .

**J Lad n cousin from la ton isiti::.; nw a or putty on the part where you wish to make Notirr homily given that under ant The!: feet.surest and best care for('tlrn..Duninl.*". i.
short time I entf'rtaiUl..I her the U-st I the hole. Make a hole in the putty thoM Stop*....ll.un. Jnii-Mi n,f"t to the f...t. NJ-TCI feY
ago. I the hole by virtue of a final decree of sale and (ur.iu..nrl'rcnIl"rt..1 \'- to cure. 1> cents at lrugi Ii.av-,* & l'.>., N. \. ALSOCROCKERY
want reaching to the ofcourse.
could; took her to the baseball game ex tryday. you ; .
Honorable John
." Into this hole pour a little molten :
I). liroome. Jude of the Circuit Court for
**Ai 1 wasn't she cultured or educated r lead, when unless it is very thick glass, the EXHAUSTED VITALITYIIE
the e\vnth Judicial Circuit of the State i
"Well t-hould S-'l0110t. S couldn't I piwe will immediately drop out.-Tradesma i -- .
even n.Butli. I Florida on the *!!'th day of May, .\. II. r'r : GLASSWARE\
keep score. Merchant: Traveler.
!! b'S iu a certain cause in Chancery therein rH& jlENCLIFE., the greatOF ,
ia China and Japan soapstone has i
I pending: in the Circuit Court for IJrevanl,( Medical Work of the I
Tho Infallible. i long born largely; Used for ro'vting stnic- County and for the circuit aforesaid wherein lIFEl eon f1nhcrt'. ,

1 "A horse a horse:" King Richard (cried i tunes built of soft tone and otliirinaUTulsI I Ihvitiht M. >e\vanl is iitinplainaiit __ ou- and Physical Debility -
But no horse met his sight.I i iIIr > : liable to atmo-plierie 1J l1etit'\'S. It i : = :!,". Premature Di>- HARDWARE !
and William C leveland is defendant, I
'IDnl'\1 a female garb; his head has been: found that ixjdonxloai :tone in :
'I Master in will ,sell for cash to KNOW THYSELF cline. Emr otYoT1th,
lIe''O'"t'n..l'ith a wig: of ml. the form of paint has preserved obelisks Chancery, : and the untold miMT- tI

And in a trice, lo: at his si Jo 1' formed of stone for hundreds of scars which the hijrhest Itidtleron Monday, August: Jth.l consequent thereon. SOc 1>:&,;e'*' S vu., 125>> prescriptions I
Appeared a horse of white: ut1g\\ would, unprotected have long ago crumbled I ::ss, the same ln'int:; the tint Monday in'' for all diseas.es. Cloth, full gilt,only}l. x>, AND} t
the month in front of the Court Housed by mail.l, sealed. Itlustrati\e sample: free to all Toan-
I For the inside of
jrupting steel and Gold and
They Needed It )(Ojit. away. and imudle-a,i-d nun. Send now. The
iron ships it is found to l>e excellent. It has 'r, in Titiisville. IJrevard County.Florida Jewelled Medial 1 awarded to the author by the National -
A Sixteenth street boy's uncle is very clos, no anti-fouling quality, but is umiorros't. between the legal hours of sale all Medical Association. Address ",0. Box Isgs,Dos-
but ho i* a great admirer of his nephew. I the following described real estate" to-\\it : ton, JIass., or Dr. W. 11. PARKER eradaate of
he said to him A writer in The Ecuromnte Francais estimates Harvard Medical; : Cone e. 25 years' practice in Bos- Ship Chandlery Goods.
"Tommy, yesterdayhat the total KISS to France from the ravages All that certain (lot, or tract of land with ton, who may be consulted! confidentially. Office i:
would you do if I wore to give you a nickel ,, the buMdincs thereon, -situate. lying and So. 4 IJulfinch St. Specialty,Diseases of Man.
"llotv muchf asked Tommy, as if to make of the phylloxera since l To, when thisscourge : 1x.inIn: 1IerrittIland, in the county of Cut this out. You may never eee it again.w Ii
of the French vineyards first made j i
"A whole !
nssurance doubly sure. nickel ISrevard and Mate of Florida describe! asfollows
raid the uncle. "Well1 replied the boy its appt'QrlIlt.at the enormous um of 10- : to-wit
(..H.RtiOO.titX) of francs, or about i.-WKU'OO.dOU, :
after moment 1
thinking ain't
a but
sure, The north half of south-east quarters
I believe I'd This estimate is baaed upon French otlieial :
give it to family.
your suffering -
of section (111) in
un township
l i \ s J ( ),
." Tommy got a quarter.-Washington t.1.tisties'in the aggregate; area of vineyards "- [wl'ntvf..ur4outh> of range: thirty-six These will be :he main feature i allY
Critic. destroyed in the country at about '!,;IW-
; ea-t. ., the:1..t half of the southeast
:{t A ,
l"00" acres; and on the assumption that, in addition Im"inebut orders .ent me fur:Ul>
The Way of the Slugger.: to the acreage of vines thus utterly destroyed j quarter of the south-east tluarter t.1
the extent of less section ten to ti.town 1 .hi| tiventy-tour ((21 in Tittis- I
Little knots cf cuicle. vineyards more or thing kept in any store
Little chunks uf gall. infected with the phylloxera amounts to south of ran.e thirty-six 1.,11l':1..t: ) c.m-: -1

Make a slug.vr iui<;ht). : about oOO.WO acres; making: thus together I taininsone: hundred, acres.Wku : voile will be promptly! filkd. !
If he don't all3tinncairl3 hand and seal this 311 day
tight at i 3.000,000' acres.CURIOUS. ':':ss lay .

Journal.A I"i Maw .\. 1): 1 ?.

Sail Death.Aw i i Master in Chancer.0

'* Cholly, han you vn Awlgcmon; An altogether utuvinciplod thief in Macon.Ga. I .1'S- ,\ \rll.I.1.nl:-.

thh mMnmr't"Cholly stole from the door of bouse. Complainant'i: nlil'itur". ll- I
cra{>o a _
(in a husky whi'per--The llOOO : .--- ----- Will buy Fruits gs.Cliickeas,
boy is dead. William Sherwood of Baltimore Md., willspend :\OTlt'I ,

in prison for stealing Bit.1*..
cue year ; a
DeadVliy, \\bat killed
Under :111,1 I virfieof order made
him awr At Tilton, Ills., there was a urm who lived by I
by the Honorable Jndjje Broome. Jud ;e or Cuuntry Produce ale, cutuBurr
doors under umbrella all last any
Nervtu s 5b( J.:. Don't ye know, nsbocfbt out an winter, *
Circuit ofthe Mate of
of the 7th Judicial
a suit of clothes, and the coat didn'l even when the thermometer touched 22 des. I Il.ow I l rinir
for IJrevard iu friends may
fit,"-Lincoln JouruaL zero. Florida, in and county.
the matter of the estates of Mary Annie
A queer flower which grows in Yucatan is and Ella to market.
: t rnFUlllic Louisa Gray,
The Soda I\>untin. the mamto little band* of the iis *
puarcnio. Louis (.;1'1intaut5., under the age: ot
'I I'->ck cice and cool, and the nectar 1 give in the exact strti>e of the hunan hand INi M1Ch '
.. Refreshes the : 21 year*. i I will sell, for cash, to thehighet r
multitude these tomd day*; with four tl' ;;en:. thumb naili and buuekk
Ru :*M fact is. althuu;.-li I help otiitrs to lip: all ; au-1 best bidder, in front of til-

tlud life a fizzle" tae soda fount tat; ... compU'te.Miss Courthouse door in Titiisville. IJrevard TH2 LADIES' FAVORITC,
-Iu.t Kate Bishop, an actress in Australia, aforesaid within the legal hour
county : OUT or l"tUI'U'
I rrvEzi I a-sk for share of the: piillfc
wears a silver bracelet on the left a
arm night of sale. on the filth day of Au'::nst.A. IL 7 Eewi mach! ".
de're to purehate a '
C'rit ItI..m.Tr.1 and day. Her only sister locked it there before ls"S. all the following described real ..>- '* .nt1 t -ir f,tnt tt your place for g terms ac.. and come as a supplicant. t "t a

: iun-1.ti great: sis Hamlet a.-t she sailed for America to get married. : tate situate lyiuj and bdngin the .>..0*?. If you cannot Und our scent, wt''irrt age,

night \Vitticus. Yon t-houlj have seen juo. The ship went down with all Lauds and the 1 county Hf llrevard and State of Florida. to nearest address to con below named dictator asking for your favorIf -.

The audience was fairly:1'J1't.t.'z't".irru\j awav.Wirtict key is with the drowned girLA : towitThe : rN HOME SE'J{ G MACHiNE!' G.CIA"iCEJ" A SS. ..i i :
!!,-Oh, I \\' : 1:111"r. 1 was remarkable. case is reported from Michi : -a-t half of the north-oast quarter : courteous treatment,}:*''
cnCAaoa : IZ:.
a thov. 1 was carried anay vny;,./ ut the cad gan. Three \velar ago; Miss hattie Cotton, of jot the north-west quarter, and the northwest ILL ATLANTA tiNCK-S4UAREN.-GA'A'nlrI :

of the fast act-ia an muhutut.'C.-lI.upcr's Constantine, lust her voice and surgical quarter of the north-east quarter of St uts V,1 ': Al'OTll'I goods and low figures b

Baszr. I treatment for its restoration was of no avail I section 1;. township I. south of ran' e ----- -- -- fey

She ..tcclule.ecd.oh She went to western Iowa and her voice re-I, :3.1 ea-t : aUo; two acre*, more or less. in \ :. the candidate

do not let the word be C3)- turned. Going lack to Michigan, her voice the southwest quarter! of said section. T-J .,:.' ..I" .. ;i I'1' n. : pubic farot

Tar lover cried in wee. again failed. This experience: Las been re- township and rail:.:e : and also o< acre :Six \\t-cks 1'1'11111' tu' tint pulilioation oj r

"All u.rut. J,-Ln Henry." .sae rep.!cd: ivated three times Miss Cotton's voice failing : more or le!"s. in the south-east quarter of this not iff. the umJersi;':iif-il will apph, then I'u1lltett4

"It sLa'u't be cay, but co." : : at home, but coming out strong ia Iowa. : the north-we-t quarter of said! section to the Honorable IInry Priest, ,ex-olli

--Harpers i-L--.r 'township; and range being part of the cio county juiltf h.iriiii probate juri. .

AMUSEMENT NOTES. : estates; of the :aid; infants respectively. diction in and for Daile county. Fla..

.\ Vacation It'!>I. Dated thi and day of July A. D. for letter of administration of: the e?.

nlDy-H! : hlut>!.+rt! :" '.:.s 6. Ellen Terry is fond of big; bunches of rose f I 1'''''_ late of my brother. August liar, deceased Your?. anxious to plcast'.

11:0 '.: ;:i : t.a t.'t. t .ena 1.1:'".''' 1 _, '.' with eccentric costumes SE\VAUD F. GUA.Y. late cf lid county of Dade.llKIXKICK .

: ..: '':-Y*. -. t'nt uro.1 to c:. : :.. Marie Howe I Guardian of said Infants. II.\J:'.
)"oungccrca:1 opera
Ln ; ."*.y- :-<<'.!* Vu : : 1 :; ,.. ttn I singer! is a second Patti. by the Berlin Done & Williams X\"av land. I>ade ('ount*,'. Florida. naY.i a

1I.1--. .,', bV:' i..u .1.... ....... critics. I solicitors tor Guardians. 11 July 2nd. I ''. ll-Gt( S. H,.


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Various Modes of Suicide0f L. C. OLIVER. F. T. KUDGK. I IOLIVER SOTI'I:.

of suicide, poisoning is by
modes : 1
I.ANI OFFICE: at (;ainevile.! P't.. >
far the favorite," said Dr. Hamilton. & E1TDG-E: June 11. 1* *. i

"I looked tho subject up between 18CG Notice hereby ;.:ivon that cite .HoWe

and 1872, and found that of over COO in:;-naiucd settler ha* lile.l tidier oi" hIP

suicides here in those years 2J2 were suicides Dealers 111GEORGIA intention to mukcfmal proof -ui |x)rt fit
hy poisoning. The preference in I his claim and that ?:proot'uill euiailr '

Vas for arsenic, and this in its before .1..1. h'w'rt. Clerk at TiHiville. ..-

common poisons (' t form: paris green. Women PINE LUMBER I: Fla.. un .1ui u-i lath; 1-0.: ..'-. \"iL. : .

almost always ioison themselves un'eduiated Elbert IS. Carter. \>t Tunibui: Fir...

women wing parii: preen, and educated I 11. E. 1033:1. for the north;'>t .,nirterof
women chloral or morphine. Thefrequency potith-<'a.t quarter lots 1 au.12. see.
with which paris green is used SHINGLES AND LATHS. I 31. to'wnhip 2i u oiith. ran;,.. ::"> 1.u..t. I Ilk
names the fultwira'iHt. e* tpruye "
simply to the easiness with whichit
hi* eontinnoii. reridenee .
obtained. The laws ul'an. at
can be General Hard.'lVare cultivation of swill laud vi/. : .1UlI'- ::+
pale of the different kinds of poison '
F. Ciii'liman. of Tnrii'ttill : It,diem :1" a
are not half stringent enough. Iile. ot lies : Hiehard H.TH..M :
hIn London hanging; is the popularform )IIui : Moses 'Ttuirnnson.. of

of suicide, though. voluntary starvation Sash Doors and Blinds ; Stoves Tinware and Crockery. }'b.I.. Tunl..1'I I

u<;ed to \ '. In France jK-ople >. l'. Tl CKFI; KesMer.ruder ; .
themselves or die from t-uffoca- .
drown --- -
tion by inhaling charcoal fume It i is a T I .'..::. .".:.iii'I"1 .:. : ,i I
singular fact that of the pwplu who p..A..Ir S .A.. D _ECRefrigerators ,
themselves 73; per Cent. bhthE'mS.ln II :1111111\' virtue of an ewutii'., .
i icsaed out of the t ire'lit r'uurt l..r fl. _,
>it in the mouth. At 1e:4t this Water Coolers Ice Cream Freezers
'" venthhulicial I'ir.-ut of Fl:.'rkl.Ircvard .. .rli
was the case at the time I gathered
count}-. upon a jiid;:iuei.t r. ,. t
fart about the matter. Suiciding overed !in the Court' of the ifi s i.t'r':tb,< '
Screen Wire Screen Windows Screen-Wire Doors.
bv j'rnping from u great height is a )Boor 4. Juuix. ( ornry -hul;.:e ttll E> -
horribl" way of killing;: one's self but it llicii Justice of the IVaee for ISrevarnounty.

is oftpn doiKAmi I um inclined to Florida and tran.crifn-.l tIt *ait'ircuit r'
think} that many rases of this charact r POWDER AT NEW YORK PRICES. ( Court wiierein Juhn S. IVrrind

which are bet: down as tuch are not in : X at 11:1h U. IVrry. eD-parnierj* a'erry a..

tentional suicides, but instances in which TITUSVILLE vi.omn.v. A: '".. were plaintitlan.' ,
the morbid tendency which nearly eeryone Stephen Kyder: twos defend.tnt. I liav**

f('(Is when at a great height; to throw levied upon and will sell :n |,ubl:.-

one's wlf down, overpowered the will outcry to the best bIIMt-r. ha'tl.h.i it,
and the l riin. I myself once had a terrible Ne-vv T--urrl.ber: Y-ard.. front of the Court House d ur. iu i'Uu- )

experience c If this character when ville. ISri'vard! county. on the tint 3I.....- I
ascending the mountain Corcovado, in -0- lay in .\un-t. the>aiue twin: the -ixth

the harbor of llio Janeiro. It was with All kinds Undressed and Pine lay thereof* of :ale...\.the n. 1< >. within the l.-j.tilour'

difficulty that I overcame a fearful restlessness of Pine Lumber, Dressed and Cypress tine above-named defendant following to.\\l.a'1.rty I it : ttl

and impulse to throw myself i
t'otunu'acinr :'WI I feet M'uti! ot ami :-t
down into the blue sea, 2,000 feet belowme. fret II| the '. .
Shingles Laths etc. etc.iiSpecial west o n. ( corner >( thr u. .
A follow physician once told the 1| ot the n. w. | of cction :a.: hnVIt-
that he had a patient who never dared to -hipil south of rangy 31; ; eaft. (;.> Wt.*t

sleep on tho third or fourth floor of a attention jiven to all orders. Ki\'<,!r Tnule 4ii leitetl. Yird i locntetl on the Soulli Side of 170 leet. theiioe! south) 137: r....'. thence

house because of his fear of yielding to ea-t lilt feet thence north t::; t".,-, In
of the Ilutd. Tituvillr.TITUSVILLE .
an irresistible impulse to throw himselfout : point of bejjinnin;

of the window"-New York Sun. I .No I cowutenrlhg 7S:' tes'ts4)uthof :iii l

fr.A. ErATCBETT: i c c. fifty leet \H'sttf n. e ('u"ul'rofu. e. foii. 1

w. 1 )fsuetiunKfintI: \vnshtplwtttlh!
.\. liusslan Prison Kitchen.
-- ot range .;G e. (;0we>t lit tt.c. ilwnc-
We went to the kitchen, whero the ..0 lit II l.7: fii't. t!enc. t'a!.t iil r..t.
dinner was lieing got ready. The smellof i 1VLallory S. S. Line 7 thence north l7: ftvt tn ilal' ..t t ltwgttlntlI

tho soup was fragrant and appetizing. : .

Great lowbof ,soiled buckwheat stood NEW YORK AND FLORIDA. .J.\u H.Sheritrof. nOWI.\ i,

ready to lj f-t.rn'l1, and the reservoir of STORE. Ilrevanl **... '+
soup was piping hot. I tasted 1 Jt h. FURNITURE i I FKOM XKW YOltK CITY' !HO)! FKKXAXDIXA Ihite.l July 1 lltli 1>S'. l.t.To ; .
Jr.._ riEIt ::l. 1H: 1'"l.J.Ill1J.Y.. ir.N'll -. sTKLETHAUF, EVKKV THUU-DAY.
Buckwheat an acquired taste, but the -- --- -

i IIlUP was capital. It is served out in I :\iiV YORK. HOS'I'OiI! ) I'IIII,_\IHI..I'III.\. .\11Ii C'"UUII.

I wooden bowl: each containing a portionfor II I The Iron Steam-hip- :>T.TIOF: TEXAS, CITY OF :SAN: ANTONIO, ISIOJltANDE all to whom the e prent >:5uilleoine.
five who t.it round the bowl with
Frosoher,1PROPRIETOR. ( compo-e the Florida Service. greeting: : t
I wooden helping themselves. In A. U'herea-! ,
sjioons SulHu'llI. I::" :i er,'.litur.
S'sis":w Hairs, liftu-<'< !! Florida unci4:1'1": aluajs
I the hAcry we found the great loaves ofrye hats applied to this Court for I."tt-rs nf

bread all hot from the oven. In ap- flit Inmost.' .\tlminitratiun ,!,. fni *.>,< in the E.txtr
i jn-aratwi ryo bread ii like n dull ginger 1$;$?*' Kate-: of Freight; alway- Low Competing; Line.. of John 1-:. :Moore dC('c"I?l'tl. late ol said

im-ad. l I.t in taste it. has an acidity not Early Morninj Train 1 Every 111ltr-,lay from point- e:n J. T. .\: IW.. Itailway I County Urevanl ; tlu" .e are. theivtoie.to j

pl>:i>ing to the unaccustomed jialato. The connects withtl'aJm'r salve day at Fernandina. eite amt :ulmou.
II Italians: nil rat it when at large, and tho Parlor Suites SCHEDULE. the kir.dred. and creditor" n(' saint ....- t

prison bniul is quite as good as that ;you I (lI.TII-Bol' I.-Steam-hip-: : from Fernandina every Thur.-day p. in., after ceased:; to be and :'T IU'tr lietorthi"
Court. on before the lOtli ,!
get( ia private houses. I asked about theclil't.'lrv i arrival of train- from South Florida, and !>IH: a.m. and 4J) p.m. trains from Jack- or :iv u'
Augu.t..1. H. 1>, au.I tile
Hide. I'a assured; 1.Mr.. :
Bed Room Suites I -onville follows
as = : .
it'any they have, in the t rr ntin 1. tlfaa '
Siiloman: and the governor that no CITY OF SAN: ANTONIO, ( ':tptainrild ... .. .... ..... .. ...'1'hnrsday.lug. 2nd aloroaid.. otliei the ;:will '..
:-t" -ame
nirietion i:, placed upon the amount 1 STATE: OF TEXAS, Captain. William-................... ......... ..Thursday, 6th granted as prayed. .

nf food prisoners may consume.The Beds Mattresses, ('ITOF SAN .\\1'( ):\Ic ). Captain Wilder...................... ..:Thursday, HUh; In testimony \vheret. I !luive hil-renntotlieially +

\" ha l as touch )Itreud as: they I :":T.1'1F: TEXAS, Captain William"...............................:Thurslav. L:ird M.t my hand ami) St": I. thU _''.",

cartel t.> tat at breakfast at dinner, I CITY OF :SAN ANTONIO, ('aptainll'ilder............... ........:Thursday, :"nth tlI41f :Jun(". I INNS.
and at liUppt'r.s u rule, the daily consumption Springs I srrt.: -lursn-5tcau-hIl.: .::111! trmu NI-W V"rk. Pier \'I. *.1. E. 1:., foot of Fulton t-trietevery Friday, 1nMIN" ", :-\. JOM: :... County .,...1!;:''.
of bread did not exceed two I. at : p.m. as follow.litlr -.
---- - -
t '", .:.th. I.:th. Wth ::';1": August : nl }(ltl1. 17th :!1I11. 21.t; Se-tt> 'm *r 7th UtI,. 21st '-MbKa"lireit .
i Itounds per num. There was no skill '. all 1'mght \u )I..II"I! \' :st,anifhp Line trio I'It'r:1: J:. I'w Yurk.I U'I'll'I:.
Quass, a kind of thin Uvr, was supplied And everything in the FtTJXITenEliul' I .:0'special Agentxarc t""lIt,d at principal points through Florida \\11t-r.. ticket*can bemured an To
Allboui it C
May 'on("ern.
them, and this again without limit n; to Call and the New Stock insinuation obtained.
?ce '
.tOlatt"ICll'UJI: \and bertli) Kt-t-iired in advance from kscmille and IVrnaiidina notiee. lint we. the tllltI..r..iII"'"
quantity. Of the soup each man could j ju-t received. t:,,- rains troiu F 1:. .\: N. K'y run dirl.t' to *lni>'>> fide at 1'frnandiua Exe(--iitor of the 1 last will ami t.->taine..:
have much he : ..\1 further intonnation can be ol tamed frmn
as as plca' tl; ul.-o huckxvheut. \ ;) of William Harlan For soeil. il.
full of metallic and wooden J.1 (TTLEIt. l'a.seuiter.li'rt,t, corner lint :"..1 Jlo all -lrt-tt .Tat'V-cii\ille. Fla. fas r i
Ft'ep: Mipply n! W. sofTinUrK.ient. ri.aiiilina. 11.1. still apply to the Hnnorable Mtnor >
The only article which) was weighed II ;un_' \n> ntC. .Fone*: County .Tud;:e of l regard toiuttr.Florida .

oat was meat. Hvery man received tiquarter Coffins, Cases and Caskets. I 1(1i'AL'iORr&"IC& .. General l A ciital Pier 20 E. R. NEW\ YORK CITY. on the !tli day it .\UU:>t. .\.V.
of a jKnmd of incat a (b.Tlwy All 1:>XS. at his other in the town .it Titnville. *-
Funerals attended if Ih'- orders '
I do not weigh their prisoners in Russia on I county and tate :ifortv.:ii K f<.i
executed and at -lIntrltl' -
n':' I
entering and leaving; the jail. That is a promptly done., I OTJ : LEvO letters of adiuiaitl Ilion. with tli- vil!
Kmhalmiiiii --
I practice'vhich they might introduce with -- -- :annexed U'illiam Ilatian KOIM u"11.
advantage. There ii no argument; so deceased.

crushing of pri-m to treatment the assailants as the of the evidence cruelty of BEAUTIFUL RIVER FRONT GREAT CHANCE IN PRICES OF GOODS. >11'11.1.VAIl'KL:. FaIt'yu.I.)1. lil-.KNAf.

avoirdupois,--the statistics of tho increase I I (ilHlFIN FOwonlt. i
\ Ii r.\ceutor of the last will ,
of weight which ha. accompanied the ATFORCED I -I tni! |'rrtarnl] : t'l olli-r Iinnirn: Unrirain iu -- : nut 'M'I-
i iiient utVilIlani Ilnrlln Forn..I.| ti ie.->
alleged privation aid torture. ...\nlll eea-iil.

they do not weigh their pritoners neitherdo SALE. .\. F. S. \Vii.u.vsi-.
they photograph them; neither cl K> BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S CLOTHING.
MEN'S Sulieitor for t lie Executor*. l'oTin ',-',-
they take impre iuns of their thumlw, ,
as is done in French In
somo pri ons.
this :U51( acres of high; dry land he-iutifnlly :\ :.

done.direction-Pall Mall something Gazette. remains to lie situated quarter on mile Indian liver lliver.front. Give Will: at be leasta soldat Straav, Wool and: Fur IIats: ; and: Mate ,.t Fli: ila, ) IrljWtte.t'ut1: i.

County of llrevard: y
least u .',0 per cent. less ,than any"' laud Caps White; and: Fancy:: Shir"ts.Un..c1.or"'ti'Vonr. To Hannah M. Sa -er. ,
of like nature on the nver. c are y
\ Japanese Conllerti..t.
You hen-bv notitu-d that
are a t:nit f
ordered to ell, and sell we mu;;t. : os1.ory., Nock- i
Coming to modern times brief
a attachment: has U-en i i-Mtd ajjain: you

glance on tho wag of the du-tant land Address or call on "'UVoa1Tr'1.1n..ks: nn.c1. "Vn1isosUn1bro11ns. and your jirojierty uttac-Iinl to ..aji..ly the

i is in pleasant order. About 130: years ik-inand ot I). 1... (iunlden, amounting: to
ago the most famous artist Japan has CItas. 1>. Sweet : and Boots; :$=:::2:;. Now unle! you hall appear[ lM'fi r-

ever known was }tom. His name (Manager: the Hon. Minor :$. Jones JUde of thr
was lIoku ,i. and of the weird, peculiar and: Shoos. County Court and) ex-otlido Ju. ti.-.*

work of the artists of that wonderful Indian River Real Estate Agency, of the 1'eat'C for said .'uunt3t hi*
2"'ou never yet hail !such a rlianre to get a lot lit'gnu(1S for >o little
country his is said; by his countrymen to TITUSYILLE. FLA. :3 office at Titu>viIIe, on the tith day of
have excelled all others. All other inoiuCall and see for your:cl n'=--. Auzu, .\. I>. ISiS, at 10< o'clock in the

artists confined themselves almost exclusively forenoon, judgment) twill be rt-mcred

l to lords and ladies of tho court, 1 or.Second BIR.N""B.A.UL\I.L: again.t you and your proj-erty wild! t., j'avtlietlelit.

rich dresses and gorgeous bilk costumes, PORTER & POTTER .
\\"ith"a.'S and iKilanquins. Door East of Indian River Bank, TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. Dated this Oth day of June, 1S}<>.

But Hokusai made a new departure 7 I>. I.. (;.tt't.1iN, Phintiff.:

lIe opened gave a studio himself in up Yeddo to in humor.1810, and HP Real Estate Dealers, Clyde's' New York Charleston & Florida S. S. Line. :\uti...(*.-

: steadily until 1S49. He has left To nil Via it inny twftrn:

many: books of sketches, and the resultsof Dade Co. Fla. The Elegant Steamers of this Line are appointed toll! Six> Iiiolitbg aftrr date 1 wilt present to tkr 11-....*.
numerous Lake Worth. able Minor S.Joiifp. rebate Tn trips are left in illustrated FROM: .A.CK.SON"VILLE.CIIEHOKEE : Fla luy final arroui>t- ai-d voticLtrof tL.-.-tate ''-
albums. His favorite t'tutJ"a. the of JOHN E MXiI. ieceai-fd t>t wai.l county atntitfc
horse. One of his drawings representeda : the Lake State.Worth.It lies Florida parallel is the with most the tropical ocean beach part, is (New). Thursday, July Oth! 1W: P j in for my. final discharge as aJn.l1>l..rroitor of ti.r. .*Mlst4l.
IHI\F.v I' Wt.v. 'r.
horse with his hind legs wildly waving;: :':.! mile long, of an average width of one mile, is SEMINOLE, (New). Tliurnlay, July 12th, 70an TitusMll, Fla., January 1:1. lv..
10 the air. while a young woman stands connected with the ocean by an inlet and is nowhere CHEROKEE, ( New). Thursday, July li! th, ]:00> p m
of mile" from the ocean. --- --- -
oa a lariat which had been trailing; lx>- The" Dishing over three-quarters and hunting cannot a be excelled pompano SEMiNOLEew).Thursday! July :20th, 7:30 a m.

hud him as he ran. ,blue" fish. >ea trout barracuta sheephead and FROM FERN. .A.NDIN:: : WANTED !
by trolling ,
The other fine fish being easily caught or
scene is supposed to be laid in -iith a net Deer and wild turkey are plentiful in Afternoon KHiaMf and At-tiif Mrn to tranf..r. MiE.t4l
Rupzu. a little village on Lake Biwa. I the pine woods beyond the chain of fresh water Every Sunday >h.hd Huus during the sutuiuer U.OBUM..
The which lie went of Lake Worth. Beautiful cocoanut Alter arrival of the Those oho can furnish a horMSL I grow: e.'tU1ty
nottil young woman, named Kaneko is i lakes groves are in bearing all along the shores of I I preferred Money a.lvainf for her strengtli.;: In stopping; theruUaWav the lake, and guavas mangoes: sapadillo. alligator FLORIDA RAILWAY AM> \AYICAT1O.\ CII.'S TRAI.V: Iof-hf..1t A r.r"1 IIHIKtor tli- right tarnMate !
she Spanish limes, Jamaica apples, : age, bu..u.xl.n""tt'. iud tu aa.r km
the lariat
simply stepped: on 114'3u. Micar ..
ana tho Umariuds. coffee. goofcberry trees rnaumee apl'l'l1.lIlaU1Ul' Leaving .T at k>onville at 2:4": ) l p. IN.YEMASSEE I better 'tmd names aDd adtlrt.- -lfrt-nt> Xnattetititn
borse's farther llight was at oaoa almonds, ,dates figs oranges pall to IIC.ftll card N'"".'r niiiid abunt
cht'Ckl'\l Hokusai i is dead but his \fo- limes, lemons sapotas., citron and all kinds of tropical truit Sunday,.July 1-t j I YEMV:' EE .- Sunday, Jnlv 15th ecuding.tauI'Iorrrpl). .tti-irr-> nUt |:\. I.*","
Sunday. TUIth I HLLA\VAKE Sandir. ulj 2'Ji.dYemasste I' Lmol1't.1.. iu..
tart w.\ln: Ih-
are held among his countrymen asMamies and flower are doing finely ht-re. This is the most DEL.\ Sittb. loxU
.faJy -- -
eastern part of Florida, being MO miles east of the I I
of !
Perfection in art longitude ot Jacksonville This brings the Gulf -teanierare appointod to all from Pier 29, Ka-t Kirvr. New York !i TO OIK In; tiIIi' .
the laud here than at other
Uantr somebody to Ho Sorry. part Stream ol the nearerto coast and thus insures the most any even :I Every Tuesday and Friday at o o'eloc-k. P. M. I II '! Malaria or Ague Surely Cured!

ping IJt-nediet bequeath i every dol temperature of any 1la't'lO the truck t'nited State winter A ,' The freight tutu pa--tnjrfriu-c imnotlation- unxurpji>se.l. 1s- -ry attentionvill lee I In this bJ<'ad asM-rtioii. we .,..ak: 1.1,1 Ui-ly, bat
tar i> lilt in garden every
lame acreage
l wife. entrusted tothi" liUl' I xtatp is o.imey! that these and all 1l1"-II1.llt
) Have YOU got"hat ) bu.h.lM early tomatoes being 1given bu.tnea'
dotty? from 15.utWto20.iHH which 1 ring: from ?IJO to : Direct all !.lilpnient- from New York'ia CIr.lc'* Florida Line, 1'ieriTJ, East Klver. J14. IOn' can b<- radically driven fruit the "> tiu
grown eeryear .. 1 intonnution apply to and a permanent care nu rkHc -a. lt.ti..wni. vi
Drip'{'r-1o I 1 j.5.00 per bushel"Otv. >j hotel store an-i.I..t o t- For further J. V. >TKVI, Acent, .1..1. LK-LlE Asent, i I .A row ic'"iWII."h .* <'$/im"m'a/, '-'1,. t r,1'.,., hoer
.. all .il'- :
Iitot prtr. '
I .rtur ., Jack-onville, Fla. Infallible rnnl. i.irlirii.
-sv.1h our
B. nict-On condition that she .. nrm.whohae dlll..t A1 of < Feniainlin-i. Ha. ivt. i been cored by *
"'urt.'tl tth. abo\e : (0. KcHi: :, TralVic (:lnl t'I")1.. 1". CLYIih \ to.. OFN'L .\(.T>., ; tain neither quinii.p. %-nic.or anythtEj tDnriow.Full .
msrnes'rithiri a year.wjer 111..1..t 'and to sell Tames buj ing now w ill. m a U5 Jr.i-i.l\vay, N. Y. 1.1 *<>tth Wharve, PhihuN-Iphia.> Broadway):, X. Y. !i! trfatrnett/r,." by oM phjucun .., feigt-
-But why\ insist nnoti t'i-! '.J '! I..it short range taur.from more 5 than to 10 double acres the all purchase fronting on money Lake 1\ M. IKONMONllF.U.: Jr.. ueneralTraveliug Ageut. Jacksonville. Florida. j, utainliusr, also trial remedy ...>..Ion net Irt ut,1. .
Drwg l1 nl..Jict.Ik"'l'lU'a" ..cn10bOJv I' Worth. Prices from $:() to JSt.0 an a"rt"UYOllf Since last season VENTILATORS have been constructed on the iron steamers for the drew.V* 'HKL to MKMfXL b'1'hE.\P. .'-'! BI".. .lJ"\ '
__ .to U- sorry that I dk-.l.-Harpt.'f'sr. j I wishing aboifirm: furtlur. uiiurman: ncItamp to the : better transportation of Graces and Vegetables ., \\.1.:







1 has been -The engineers in charge of the :survey f; Advice to Mother \. 1 11 <. II W
E i LOCAL LtCOXICS.Itev. -A : agreedon : :Mrs.W '.:;SOOTHING t'Rt.'Psh'mtJ\1w"5: -* 1J 11 till. IX ."011.
E I & K. between this and Rockledge ; be used when children are cutting teeth. It relieves
a James Holt n will preach at between the officials the.T. T. place \tural!, 1.: 'I : ,t.x 1Cgaietsleepandthelittlecherubawakesa3"bright
the little sufferer.t once: it producesn;
Rrantley on Sunday next, July lath.r > I W. Ry. Co. and the Florida Southern, experienced} peculiar :sensations from the i
3 a button." it is very pleasant to taste. It | /
-Capt..Joe mith returlle(1 from quite i iI and it is rumored that thi includt- electric disturbances in the atmosphere : soothes the child,sof tbegums.alLiysallpain, DR'I GOODS NOTION S
I the bowels,and is the best known nmeOy!
) la-t while regulates 1
either the purchase or lea-e of the dining the storm on Sunday 1
u lengthy it to Jacksonville la-t week.Mr. j i for diarrhoea, whether arising trom teetluiijj
Florida Southern by tLe first-mentionetl : located near City Point. I _othercaoses. Twenty-flueeent3 bottio.: Hardware. Crockery.
I \\'. Wilson, of Courtney, paid I -- -- -- I'CITClt.1RI,1'reeln' Saddler
This being the case the Tropical : .T. m.nu Stationery. Family Medi-
Titu-villc aliort visit: the end of last I nUl'klt'u'rllica alve. : : ) "
.. Trunk Line will about control all Garden SetJs.
j !
ck. The best: salve in the world for cut, A.lN"IKIIt"I.cines
\r !I the railroading south of Jacksonville in brui 'es, :sore-, ulcersalt: rheum, feversores INDIAN RIVER
7Ir. J. I*. Harrison, of Eau (lallie, I this State. : totter chapped hand-, chilblain : CHOICE GROCERIES,

';..t was. the guest: of Mrs. Rental on Sunday I -Mr. E. S. Quinby, of Aurantia, was corns and allkin! erultion} -' and positively : : 'l'Uu".illt'" B'lorida. Hay. Corn, Mapes Fertilizers.A .
cures piles, or no pay required. :
1Mi and Monday. and informed uthat GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS IRANHT IOI\T.: Il.OKlHi. .
in town Tuesday It i i"i guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction I
who I' ;!
Guavas are ripening, and those a Town Improvement Society of about or money refunded. Price 2.'> cents ; SACTED. -
like them will soon l I.IC able to freely box. For sale by all drug stores in Exchanse bought nn.l sol.l.! Special uul TT1 A / vrnrn O / 1pioiiipt H
50 members has been organized at Au rain- per attention ;.r iron Hh'olll.tiouI.oau: .. Pi M V vV J i I fVi I ]fne \. I;
dulge in tlii-5 fruit. in-I Titusville, and on Indian River. I ;. otutea on tint JIlfll"t.ra.rl'; ; for :"'aIII_'- v v .jI'.anks f..
it'- tia the of this aits name .
object society, .
-- I t'or'por:111Prtatilt. lnllnyt+htl1 Intt't'1'1'1'1 !sY I l.t.l.. 1-1. %..
:,t t, Cnjiinecr Pearce of the Reamer indicates, is to improve the place,and aNo FOR $.1 L/:. I est allowed on time deposits.: II

Rockledge started for Jacksonville on taking an active part in the opening up I A tract of land on I Indian River in the 8100,OOO TO LOAN I TIN & SHEETIRONYORKERS,

Monday morning.The and working the public roads. This i-; a ; county ot Brevard. consisting of feb On First-class: Real Estate.
i acres : it being lot No. :>. and south halt 1!
orange, lemon and other trees commendable move in the right di of the northeast: quarter firI'ction oT>. I I _111vaneesmade >on- laLlet.'oUah'rnl.I' -TTKIUMi.Apnioveil ( ( l-f.L'I'. ) (;. {

are putting on new growth with the advent rection.A and lot XI). ::5. being: the southwest quarter business: paper lisrotinte: ,l.
-Illd .UUl (Url It I'ill fi IJf'I,, i
of recent rain lecture by Judge Tucker and! ll"oa \ of the northwest quarter of section I h'uft, tin all part or I-.UI"OPl' llj J t
: (;, both in township: -outh. ranire: :'JUeast. ;
I > : Huoinl'OOIOlll': : at J.uksoimlle mUs. J JJ J 'tH'i'
-Miss Daisy Parkhurst, one of Jacky literary and musical entertainment under ot !
This is a very desirable: piece Every tav'or, consistent with :SOIIM! f
t-.t.a'iUc'> charming young ladies, iVIM: the supervision of Rev. Mr. James hammock: soil of rich qualitv.suitable: hankingll'l.'r1"uJly\ 'xh-nllt.,1.. Galvamzed \Work & Rcvall'lllT! Oi Ali !lll s. r
ting tier -itcr.Irs.. E. L. Brady. I I'olton assisted: by the ladies of the for, the raisins: ::: of all tropical' fruit Is: COICETO\lrl: : : J\nk of.Jll'k on\-ilh., '' ?
situated at the Nanow.*. near Enos postoffice. : Jacksonville: Ha.; the :"o'alHtl'd'atiulIal !, -- H i
M E. Church South will be held at \\ :1ger's -
f 1"i -We hope to see Mr. Durst continuing Will :sell cheap fin' ea-h. For Batik \tuoik.. _:r.: I i,oral ion : IlIN ST.. mar Kit'r. r.
operations on the artesian well in a dayor Hall tomorrow evening. General; particulars addiess.

s< It makes things rather lively.Rev. admission "iO) cents ; children half price. I,, i E:. M. LO\r. TROPICAL AND SUB-TROPICAL FRUITS AND FLOWERS.

The proceeds are for the benefit of the :Sept. :>. Hiockton. )Ia":".
1 Mr. E. L. Turquand held serviceat Egyptian Queen Slips. :
he built. Refreshments
new Methodist church to -
tIle 8t. Johns Episcopal church last: will be :served before the entertainment A. M. Hamilton & Co., IN1)1tN-: I rlr N Z" -Us- I.: 1 I 1.: l
Sunday:; morning and evening with a

r ti large attendance.Mr. commences.We TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA, Bone Meal, Tobacco Stems, Cotton-seed Meal, Cow Peas & Fertilizers. i

are requested: to announce that CATAUMil'E( :MAILED FIIF.E. TERM: .. ( '.\>II.
II. II. Corwin has purchased the I I \\ !liolt) s.ih1 Icalnt- in

lot and residence of Mr. Crook, located there will be C'omnunnionervice at the JOHN U. JJKACH Iniliau Hiu XIHMTHN Kast 31HlHMinu% Fla.
Presbyterian: church next :Sunday. That i Indian River
near the ice factory, and has added many Oysters
lay will be Mr. Foy's last service foribout I
improvements to the same. I WE CALL THE ATTENTION
two months, as he goes north for a I
Business: generally dull, hut the V: I SI L .l
vacation and recreation, hopintr to im- I Of the people ot Indian hirer to our :stuk uf < ;JO M-. t
weather is not oppressive :1it has
II so }ro\e his health which has greatly run Green Turtle and Game. which \\e are o11 -rims at very clo-e margin. I
been, and frequent :showeis cool the air Wi make ol
biro during his active work here in the j apeeialty
and set all nature smiling. .\11"' ili-is rill itccn ,' pionipt and c.iietul it-
past: : year. We are informed that during tcittiouwhnlherh\ trlfrfinitli; ,
Division Superintendent Russell, of his absence, the I1ev.ir.. Chandnin will I It tter til to rsou. IT Groceries Grain and Flour j

the Southern Express Company, with occasionally hold service at the church.A Hay
his headquarters at fMvannah; hat been social \ INDIAN RIVER ART GALLERY ,

t. pending a day or so at this place.Mr. given- at most the: enjoyable residence' of \ir.ind party. Mr was. I I : On ,,"hiI'll"t' will givepeeing; ituhu-fnu-iit-! \\\- carry :l Taretn,, I- ,.j; f fi

\V. II. Glover has secured the 1'ijscy on Friday evening, where songrecitations -., I PH'KKXS( TTKNKK: i GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS, BOOTS AND SHOES HATS AND CAPS, ETC.. i iI

"i'Jjooner Sophie Frey, and will transport instrumental music, etc., '\"hithl' are offirinsat low ti_m's. Those IIl't'dillhot.: '" will tillil l it JM..,tt't' t t. J
and lumber to all points on theriver rendered those who 1 Photoifrtt/t/ier, I
freight were ably by : were their interest to give' us a call as \\eare sellingbun: \ory IMWe \".
at cheap rates. His headquarters prc ent. Refreshments: were bountifully Is now piepared to anything in the I will ln) pleased: l to quote pricis at any timr.cfc .

arc at Titu '\ville.Messrs. provided; by the host and lusterOn: Picture line.Views I E. ? BB..A.DY SEl.C:

: Jones and Williams' newlaw the whole the arrangements for the on Ka-t: Coa-t and Indian Rivera

) cilices have been painted white, .I umisemcnt of the guests of the evening Specialty.: I THE SIMPLEST IS THE BEST.

while the windows have green Venetian were successfully: carried out, and all Has the only Authoii/ed PiioroctKAHi

)1 shades. On the whole the offices have avery present[ were highly pleased. The party or 1'11aIIHx"r;; CunL."H"H PAUIY

r neat appearance.Mr. broke up about 12:00, by singing "Auld that hl".c'r been made. during:, their I
; travelOrders) by mail leceive prompt %
Dolph Edwards, who resided Lang Syne. attention. 4'.M!) mo.

t4 here for some time, has become part proprietor -The following item we clip from tint --- ----- I I II

of the Sanford: Publishing Com- St. Augustinetlly]] : "I>r. We-teotl f ai
I Indian River Bakery TIIK:
b' pan '. You have our best wishes for and Engineer von Gemmingen: returned ,, i
your success, Brother Edwards. from the lower coast on Tue-llaY. Tilt I W.l"hinton'I'ml". I

1 -We learn that Mr. J. M. Lee has st- doctor reports that: the survey, which: it TITUSVILLE. FLORIDA. i / i ; _- i i

cured the mortgages of the Hotel Indian was predicted by some would take fhe Fresh Bread, Cakes and Confectionery, '! TROY
weeks to complete, was finished t in three
River, which in reality means that he <' 'ii>tjntion li tiu'. :
will !become sole owner and proprietor of weeks and that the :great steam diedg f' i i.. BOSON: riJKM'H: : ( ;Ji:.\II\M AM n ;

this famous property located at Rock- hard at work JIM north of Lake Worth" ; Vigil : .\ P MAIM) : j WIND MILL

We have not heard, as yet, any news: 'i TO oiu) IIEC. I

ledge. from uur down river correspondent: i!, 1',1 rtlf.<. Hall<>. I't'.nit''. tti- cattrfil for with everycare
-'nll" Indian River Ice Factory has and attelh.l1I.l1trt.t"'s Noii-Intuxuatiu !, r t+
stating that the "great;; steam dredge"; i- IIilth f.lnu lu\fra4 I'. ;> its per bottle. I II las less piece-ami runs.easier ;;. 'y

placed two bulk-heads in its alt bath, at work j just north of Lake Woith.The I Special Prices for Hotels, Restaurants,Etc. than any mill

consequently decreasing the amount of <;. H/rKii:, I'rolrietor.GRAND in a do.
ice made in a certain length of time, but case of the State of Florida.1 _ ---- '' \
Geo. })emmin ':1IIell1efllre Justice ciiffi 1
was (
by this meantthey expect to frcivemuch '
faster.! Atkinson, Monday afternoon, at four I VIEW HOTEL
o'clock. The defendant was arrested ,
-Chief Clerk It. E. Mansfield t of the I
k for an assault, with intent to kill, on TITUSVILLE, FLA.
fourth division, railway mail service, has
,,1 Eufaula committed the
Lewis Sunday -0- I
been removed from his position, and I

1 John A. Melts, of the Wilmington and.1acko011.i1lc witnesses lath inst.: had After been the heard testimony the justice: of the decided i The lost centrally located Hotel in Cityu : Mills Derricks Pumps Tanks

: route has heal appointed to ,
that the evidence was not sufficient i ,
fill his place. I
sustain the charge but retained the NEW HOttJi:. FIHST.CL.IX
to and littmf.slifit ".I:
awl Work in awl uarrantd. Pipt :
Paddison is expected back on I : Pipe put compktc
i' i -C:1pt. prisoner for simple assault, allowing him EVERY: RESPECT.Open Jwti.Pnlll ot'all kiwI furnish'd} and rrpaind
Wednesday, August 1st, and our \:;enialnul his trial immediately i 1'
the privilege of having all the round. Table I'nsurpassfd. -
4 I : obliging friend, Capt. Fitzgerald, or giving bond for $2"::!:>0 to appear : .year U.ith Rooms Free. Call on or address TOl IX [y I1I:B -,
c will vacate his: post on the Rockledge
i and ::o down the river to bring up the before the next grand jury. I Rate >".2.>O X N:{.()() per UaJ- 1? _Box 208, TITUSVILLE FLA.
I -The artesian flow of altandsulphurwater
Chattahooch I. n.iAL RATES: hrnVEEI:.
here has been tried by :several persons i j

;; M I -It i< aid the resister; : and receiver and they highly;; recommend it as a I| ,.T..1. MILLER, .Proprietor. BOBBINS & GRAHAM,

of the land Otlice, at Gainesville, have remedial agent in the cure of cutaneous II I T
received telegraphic i instructions from relief in -->
diseases: : ; :do aflording some Geo. B. Rumph.
the general land Olllce to permit no
rheumatic cases. This being the care'the I
further title of lands in Florida save inNmmutt..1 AGENTS.
homestead caseThese in- Council will preserve the flow .V FULL LINT OF REAL ESTATE BROKERS & LOAN

of salt water should fresh water bereached I
..tnsftion are hascil on the act \\hicljtassed GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS. r ...... .
and by an ingenious method of ,
Congress May :'th.Mr I pipes \ve can secure the two kinds of \ I :

*. Kltel'lya was married lat i i water from this one well. Even. the LANDS BOUGHT AND SOLD.

Wednesday to Mr. James F. I'amna, atSt. I well i is at present. it is a great acquisition, 24 cent.
'! I Loans Negotiated on First Class Security at from 12 to per
;'. Augustine: according to the U>/hl' for many excellent and refreshing bath?

t of that city. Mrs. Puya formerly resided: may be indulged in during these warm I Choice lots in rapidly jrrouinir; \ : Townill: lid in\ ..:'tor* 1'1'' r

I on Indian River and this is her third nights. j cent tin twelve months.Residence ; .

t marriage. July marriages in the Ancient i lots in Titusvill: from SiiO: ) up to S1 HKliusiiH >I.
The merchants of Titu"'illeent "
: I ,.,*'".
City have exceeded the number in June. i 's. lotfrom >-!n1m1'-I :
over a boat with a few hands on Tuesday: I
The latter ha: alvavbeen considered: to as-ist those from Banana river at 1.1'i i Lands.
month. i for Florida Southern Railway
,; lucky l per Haulover in opening; an inlet A Agents

: -Miss M. I U.irrison Warrington- ; larger force hands.. could have undoubtoily r l lsl .

} Lancashire, Etiil.ind.; arrived hl'ft.un !: been secured had all our people! : More than 1KOU4( () ($) Aen-s of Choice Lands. lut.at.l"in n ..iil I:> \t'tl t:}rv i ,
y : : *
Friday; last, accompanied byIr.. I!: known of the movementVery manof I. ,mil : county; III th.etato &uitable tor Farming; ( trazinjr. Fruit aUtl't.g. anupwards.

Kitchen, of Sebastianlio made short I them knew nothing of it until the l*>ut RESS' HIRTS i (i rowing-Pine, Cyjircas and Cedar Timlwr price> SI IMf Am

:; visit to England. Mrs. Kitchen and M n i had started for the creek. Our correspondent '' FINE LINENOLZA .

s met them in Jacksonville. They left for I I states that the water in Hanana ,: 3Rllli1at'1' ; P. 0. 1 Box :'.",U( Titti.wville. Florida.A. .

i! down the river on atunb1I10rnin creek is one foot lower than the ocean at :

j, )lii Harrison i isa :< iterof Mrs. Jani. I! low tide. If this i- the case and we do'; : WALTER S. GRAHAM.
..f ('.........:t. with whom sheill. reside.Mr. : I not doubt the authority, it is impossible : }h. 1
I Clerk Circuit Court. Atty. at Law.
i1 A.CC.. Hranning showed u*, i that an inlet can be made to remain 1 I HL'IST'S

last >aturday, a specimen of double rose, !' open more than :a few wreckat the far- COMPANY.
hre ll ( lell Seeds TITLE
,, much in favorf the ,
: or r::tber two roses nro\\n on single: : thest.: are

::tcm. They were of the common white I, inlet and are glad to see the attempt Sold at Philadelphia Retail PriCl'Orill: itt llrcard ..
make orders and to Complete ,AI Nli-ac1s of Title furnished 10 all land
var"uand \\"\.'rl1tirdy separate to made to open it, but were the water of special : !
ri seedsin Florida.
parties wanting counts,
}# the stalk :suppoiting the bud. This i- a Banana creek about two feet higher than hulk.

i rare :nd peculiar freak of the rose: I low water mark on the ocean beach we Geo. B. Rumph. Titles Examined and Perfected.Box .

i.umhVe have never read a description believe the chances for an inlet remaining -

\if it in any of the floral works. : ;. open would be greatly enhance : li Titusville Fla. 250, Titusville, Fla.