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Title: The Florida star
Uniform Title: Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Star
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: S.W. Harmon
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: August 2, 1888
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note: Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note: Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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VOL. IX. TIT US VII E, FLA., THURSDAY, AITG. 2, 1888. XO. .,).

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(';. mu.rnI.Mr. she will take parties to the ocean beach, :i Politics in Dad |I (\ Public Safrty. llraullry.

Orlando Qaartcrmnn was preenteii via the Haulovcr and Mosquito Lagoon. LAKH WORTH, DADK C |i! Mir : On Sunday I last the people of this

last week with a little girl, mother This will be an excellent opportunityfor July ii i; ago the citizen of rcvard] settlement enjoyed the pleasure of a public

and daughter are reportul to Lc loins the residents: of Titu-ville to view Edit",,. if tin Florida Star : i : performed the highest act rrliiou'f"ict': at three o'clock in

well. I and to bathe in the ocean. I 'Judge J. A. McCrory, :\ j i freemen in their deci- : the afternoon, it being the first tirm-

The whole proceeding been markedby I The new Baptist Church and Schoolhouse !! through our city on his way : boa under the sanctions such a service was held. Quite a largo

a spirit of united enterprise which is in our settlement has been roofed ville with Mr. Harp, of the trade intox- crowd from Hrantlcy and surrounding:

worthy of emulation in nil future public I in and H being painted, the latter work Tuesday morning. He will I' wa hurtful to society, I neighborhood a-sembled to hear the llov.James .

work. being a donation from Mr. William few day.- :\1:1c.o:sayIXide i be thereafter di-continued.: I IVdton preach. At the conclusion

For items concerning mo-quitoes, sand-: Hoc:,<:h. The position of the church is avery Ewan, and we can't doubt hi I was rendered after long of the service the congregation held an '

flies refreshing shower., and politics, especially good one, being a corner lot in the is pre-eminently correct." discussion ; and this public impromptu meeting requesting the

the latter, see elswherc which is I Mm Gallic town site, presented by Gov.Gleason. The above notice appeared adopted by a majority of cit- preacher to make a regular appointment

the same ahere.Thanks ; To consummate this much- cal columns: your i issue under authority of law, and and organi/e Methodi-t church.t

desired and charitable work Mr. John and is0 wide of the mark became thereupon the ac- the meeting it wa resolved to or,lnill\
hereby extended to the
arc
\Teor]] ha worked with a will both here tion i is necc ary. Mac i ii' !- State. That l:1w'a.- invests: a Sunday school at once. The officers
of Titusville who sent help] m.crto
citizens and in Chicago, and he i ino: doubt. I barer; ; in Dade, not being the authority and sanctity elected were: :-'uperintendent.Mr.Owen;

us and we earnestly hope that goodwill I plea-eti to see his labors come to so happy voter, and while he ban not against; murder ami robbery i :-'t.'eretur.. Simmon Severalub-

result from this step. an i is.-ue. Of course there has been a deal i enough in the county to ] I stantial siib-criptions were otlercd. toward -
,
Thursday evening saw the completion of gratuitous assistance: given, and lateron of the people, he still must time more than one hundred : building a church llrantlcy H i

if the canal from the ocean to Banana I a list: of the donations in aid of the Lake Worth is against Ewan. I your county formed an a -o- improving. anti will, ere long, become

river at the Pepper Haulovcr. About ,! building will be duly noted in our items defeated at the two last (' inforee the laws, and to pre- one of the attractive resorts on Indian

eight hundred cubic yards of sand have ns soon as all the returns are in. Church Wood Davidson of Lake order and safety. This was liver.

been removed makinga very respectableditch service will shortly] IJC l held here. known southern author : in the interest of law and --- --

through which neap tide will run Turrii.Kau Democrat. It was at the It was worthy of ('o rrCetIoil.

for about two hours and :spring tide Gallic Tuesday July] 81st. 1880( that the notorious freemen. It exerted an
I ltorKi.r.non, ]:'1.\., July JH> IS8*.
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about four hour, enough hal keen act'umpi"hc'l -
were committed at Miami and powerful effect on public
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to forever decide the question Lake Worth. Key precincts by which and public order. It was an 'vlitur of th' Floruit Mar :

:\> t., whether inlet can be kept permanently turned by a majority of precedent, and an illu-tration
Cooler DIAK :-m-In the last STAR
open at this point, and the re- of combined i- appeal
Mr. Davidson
to un
pelling ; power ,
a little statement to the effect that Mr.
-ult of the work done will be closely: Hut no damper. determination
and tedious contest before to uphold
J. l[. Lee
by becoming possessor" of the
watched for the next few months to sec We all saw the eclipe.Hev. : seat. On Ihis occasion the preserve timepetceof society.
l11ortflgl'sIn our property virtually be-
whether the ocean will sanction this step E. Hcyscr returned homo from Clerk of election, Ja... and rumor goes out to other com- omes owner and proprietor. Such a

by cutting the ditch deeper or whetherthe Gainesville: on the I'.Uh! arrived at Miami with the the law is !set at defiance
statement carries with it
a misreprcscnta- ,
angry; waves will clo-e: it up. The lion Ton and Deerhound both box in their charge (' ; town and whi-ky is re- tion of the value of the projvrty' and of L

!Kau! (>-allic--- Items.Mr. came in from the B. I. 11. on the 2t ith. I votes cast at the election ) ; all the digu-ting: dcmoral- the real *tatu of affairs.: You will\\ I
the Klliot's. Key precinct : degrading results that ever
Brown Bros. have house for : oblige me and others interested by with-
Olm&tcnd f fihii.g put up a
and Mrs. were on a '
box T. \\ existed.
to Faulkner,
excursion this wrck. Mr. Will Melton on the west :side of the hold hug reports ofuch significance
; : court for Dade ('0. Mr. may be thought of the from the .
I lake. Ilfl--
The sharpie, Helle, made a }plea-ant drunk but ]he knew he was thus branding thcll1-c1\"C... a-

trip Sunday: afternoon. Another engagement mentioned and dian for luillot boxes and : the good men of Ilrevard: Yourvery,\... I.respectfully HnuiLETT, ,

Don't forget the Fish Fry near the Palm .Beach friend- can again; give particular box to Kwan hi-deputy for to-ettlewith thcm-elve: Agent Hotel Indian !lliver proj-erty.

College, on the 10th inst. When the lams again : (' accorded these criminal .

Mr. J. K. M. Hodg< on' scuppernong Home-made butter is now for sale at before the County Canva...- by the law-abiding; element) -- -- -- r.t

;grate vine is I tearing fruit. fifty cents a pound, and sellreadily: at pollli"t" of voterat Klliot'- .: and destroy: the protect ft'all tooLirC" artl ('utntly1)crnorali

that price.The creased" to twenty eight : : : and !sacredness of life ie' Convention.
Deer are making dcpredalions on the "
He-sie H. arrived from Jack-on- whom it wa-: easily of women and children. Tlie Democratic party of Ilrevard ';
sweet potato fields in our neighborhood.
I ville on the 2.)th, and the :Mary P. on were at Key We-t election thrown around all that is I county will hold a convention at the

Some of oar :-eHlers have been enjoying the 2dth. Mr. Ewan claims that he ( you i i:04 the :shield of law. L'ourt-hou-e" in Titu-ville, on Wedncslay -
fresh venison the week.
during past Mr. Lennon is well again and around his door unlocked and in : lay down at night and become the !Oth day of September, 1888;' at

Miv, I>. Kcnnaird returned, on Montl.iy visiting his friends and keeping the political ome mysterious *, and helpless: as; infancy, the three o'clock p. in., for the Iurposo of

from Melltourne, where she hay pot boiling. known interest in -tufted, and keeps sleepless watch over : making Democratic nominations to fill

been vi-iting. got in and filled out )'. Now, if we permit the the following ollices :
An artesian! well is again being talked
'r..il..m is having ten acres of i 1I:11l1eoto the poll list, I that law to be trlInp1etl1Jn- tttl''cllator: from the loth:: District,
of andome: of our liberal citicnare I
land cleared. When planted with trees ill in broad daylight in a spurned and pit upon a a member of Hou-eof" Hrpresentativt-s
-ub-cribing to trial
money get a one put
f the whole tract will make very fine lown. Comment is 1lI11lt'l'l'--tr: : when law will cease: to pro- from Hrevard county, County Judge,

;:rove.Mr.. ._ purporting to be from ditT may call, and that silent ma- Clerk of the Circuit Court, Superintendent -

J. O. Walton and Mr. Charles Overhauling: rigging up, repairing and uals lauding Kwan, have: :;time.'J'h unit auswerus. Our wives and of Public Instruction, County
re-painting boats has been the
Young were fortunate enough to kill a pro I your late i issues= : which t1io: ] an unspoken and un-peaka. surveyor, County Assessor: : of Taxes,
lately in the vicinity of Lake
deer recently, doe: to the residence] of gramme Worth post-office. ranee of D.ule county : in the vindication of the law. County Tax Collector, County Treasurer

Mr. W. bearing a family likeness to : -ion has gone abroad that and :Sheriff; also a new Democratic

Another change in the mail now One comparing Kwan Orlando jury failed and rcfu-ed Executive Committee.
Three four residences to
or )private are
brings it in Mondays, Wednesdays: :nulFrhll.S which ought to make one, \lctca1f, for selling:> w his- Each precinct will IK entitled to the
l he little river the
put up on our during
I of each week. These arc the State-man rise from hi* scheme to cheat the law following numlicr of delegates:
coining f:111l:lH1, and preparations are i
days on which it used to go out before. agine Jefferson, careening the Club and Coupon plan, Harker's Hluff......1 Haulo\"t.r..2
that in view. .
being; made with object Point..........: 1":1 .....
The Amy, (Miami, O'Ncil, captain, position mounted on a : no law can reach such a City > iGrange; .....:I
Me...rs. Hrainerd :McAllister went Canaveral ...........1 I Merrill's Island..2
:t- far a* Brantley, while :\Ie*.-r \\'. 11.H. arrived on the 10th, bringing up County with no darkies around to i No greater misconception: Ban Gallic.........:: Malabar ............1
1 Assessor A. F. Quimby and County- formance. Possibly i Under Judge Butt's charge
: some Lt emm..1 1 Melbourne..........I
and ; Glea-on Marruder's
G. \'iitrdIajor Commissioner1.. Field She left Ewan is =so unpopular why
artesian well, at Hock dgl', on again for Miami on the 24th. delegate to the :St. whisky in the public street at Fort Pierce........ 2 Hockledgc] : .........:.
Sunday. Georgiana ...........1 'fltmville..3
A few deer have wandered around in tion from Dade Co, but a cart. That jury well ; no
The around the residence of The primaries of each of the above
grounds this vicinity lately, and the Bradley boys must remember that verdict ito them-to those of
precincts to elect the glove
the Trl'utl Hotel are being put into secured one or two, and Mr. Ned Brown powerful friends in a party have con-cience bitter rec delegateswill ;
order the fall be held at each voting place therein
perfect preparatory to got one on the 18th, together with the him, it enables him to but \'erl1icto'Cttlcr1: nothing
Mrs. Trcntlcr] is in on Monday 20th day of August: at 2
opening. at present biggest wild turkey he ever saw. ty Committees, when he but that the jury in that
Chicago, 111., visiting friends. convict. o'clock p. in.
obnoxious "Tom, Dick, :
The Republicans of Dade county will The following! have been
Humor T. & K. W. Co.. law-and-ordcr-a-ociation persons appointed -
the J.
says Ky. full ticket come forward and say that your
probably organize, put up a as the Democratic Executive
cannot accede to eyerylwdy'.sapplication publican" and he is (' ] and con-titute a com
and elect it this fall as they can easily Committee for each precinct and
for bulkhead and wait on Judge Broome at the requested -
a some fllkay they do owing to the dissolution the out. Tin-i experience ha to for the primaries in their

imagine there will be no pile-driving by Democratic ranks ; at least this is !saidto ly to several life long : of court, and a.-k him in the ins respective arrange precinct" .
the the mouth of the Kau government to charge the
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company at Lake Worth who are :
opp
far !heard
be their programme as a* JIaulo\'er-C. H. Naumaii. D. Vaiin,
Sallie River.Mr. from. while new comers in the clearly and explicitly a* to
Ed. urnmcr1ill.'I .
and obligations: their right
( work- politicare absolutely"
'lut'.11.1S'altun
was busy
The latest sale of land, as far a heard Cana\'CmJ-X. N. Penny, JollCrtHan
ing on homestead thi, and part of into position of tru-t and e- brought before them 'I
from, was made on the 21<>th, Capt. 1-: X. under oll,
and
last, \\eek. A few of hi lemon -imply becau-e they process, to indict
trees
Dimick selling two lots in Palm Peach HocklE'llgc-L.rnau Harness l:. C.
have commenced to bear fruit, and he Such i- the state of | I engaged in selling; liquor in I'
of latwinter's May, C. H. .
to Mr. J. Capehart, one our Magruder.MaiabarMr.
intends I the only of iI of law. No doubt the] State's I.
putting out more treeaoon as way
j .
the Ed. Arnold.
visitors, price paid being Maynard,
will faithful his olfi-
he I to again vote Ewan out if j prove to
po-ibly can. intends I I ; :\rJ1JOurncF.: Gibb; I). W.
I $2,$;oO.Ir.. Capehart erecting a j honest count. and honor, and on his failure! I SIc
Mr..1. O. Walton'reidence i is nearlycompleted. ] his.1 an Quaig.
tine the to
dwelling on place use as t I
I to Governor will Ix efi
Perry -
Fi.
m CLUK
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u:}uuxt
Painting the exterior and I winter residence, and i is in hopes of getting I i I for his excellency believes i in; Harker'- Bluff S. Kitching Dempsev
papering the interior will be II ,' Cain Paul .
'
soon com it done this coming winter. I A negro man living to duty and faithful untlinch-.1 Kroegcl.I

the menced. Being: situated on a high: bluff:, I I I Mr. ..Tulleslec11on, of Orange county,, ''I' Fisher, in Leon County, 1 of otiicial obli ationool. I i Tilusville S. H. Hay, Frank Hecl,

house presents a fine appearance came down on the :2 tth to take a look :tour : killed in a field on :': \ the law with you, The soy.1 j E. B. Wager.
front the Indian and Kau Gallic river .1 j Narrow-J. P. Grev, John J. IiHoduNoah :
he returned the I '
countrbut. as on nizht; the body was sunk \\ |of the commonwealth i- ar

Capt. McFadden has ju-t about com- 2t th he did not get to see very much of near by. On Monday it ; the ; tlc of law and civil} order. Agec.Fort .
plcted his Iwat-way and will be ready ': trouble with Drum-Morgan Hwaiir, HenryHolme :
m it. The great parties coming found. Three negro men : ; beet" men give the signal for ;:
fur business in about a week. Several( of ( not only to this county, but also to ;j wife are implicated. The ;, >, J. T. Padgett. ,
our boat City p.int-J. I>. Hatter, T. 1:. Dix.on .
the
owners are watching completion this State from elsewhere i- that they all taken before Justice J. WoFFOP.nTlTKER.

of these ways, ami we wish theCaptain [ cither stay too short a time once too {t by him eut to jail in --- --- I:. A. Hardte. .
in his Jlola .Uakin Merrritt'Maud-J. II. :?;ama \\ I;.
*
ucce both. Conequently 'elli
every >s buines-.I: little of the country, or : rumor says that )Ir-. Fi-( ;
ailing CI'3ftof all sizecan, bad who make j Sander, J. I:. Carter. .
? accom visitors are liable to form a ,i This i contradicted by mire going to !
modated. ': or at lea-t an unfavorable opinion of the i 1 father was a physician : ] thiseuon: : and have new IDa- Eau Galllie-H. J. Stewart, II. It.Olmteami1' .

The f and in give buy should begin to look a- : ] J. Snell.
i steamer, Kathleen, owned by country themselves turn 1! known.
Mesr. Hodg-on Hro-., is about ready'':. others the same idea finding where the best and : leorgiaua-\lIen Hootlie, Charlie )b-
for I Tampa bay abounds gruder Kufu Stewart.I.aGrangeThomas.
launching and will have a carrying': SAM. I can be hall.r e refer our farm ,

capacity for 2T to Si) passenger*. She i* .- were never known to be the well known house of Chap- ; John-on, A. 1.
!! than
a neat and trim little :steamer and when It is now stated that the mi-sing Mr. now. 'o., Madi-on Ind., who manu Carter Perry Day.

fully completed<< will look remarkably I i Flood, of Pen-acola, bought ticket Harry Bryan recently full line of these grad They Fort l'ierct.-T. J. DeStcuben, J. :S.

well. She will carry pa-onger- and from Savannah to Flomaton, and from i sand pound blackil-h" wa= best, chea 1'(-t, and -implest : Hell, 'V.V.. Layiwrt.Dlen .

from the principal places on Indian ,, there to Mobile, thence to New Orlean-, the inlet near m.rna. ing evaporators: we know of. : -Thomas E. Hichard, J. H. I.e-

!;iver. and will take private and excur- but from that city he cannot be traced skinned it anti extracted! : ,; will be found d-l" Tournau.
MOD : oil from it. This is the D. L. (.truinN Chairman.
parties to all point of interest, not further., His disappearance i istill this paper. If interestedend ,

umittio;g Tita'\ lle, from which place shrouded in m .-t'ry. in that vicinity in a loner catalogue, II. F. ATKIN-OX, Secretary.


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DISHES OF ALL NATIONS. Nb Children Need<< Apply.A : Something; About Castor Oil. I MALABAR CIGAR F.\CTOUy.1 PIONEER COOPERAGE: ;

who The average boy has an idea that castor '
well known newspaper man II. C'. Starch. Syrup Barrels 225.
Cosmospolitan Dinners Served Up in Car had been temporarily residing in Philadelphia oil was got up for the torture of oil I

t ou4! New York Restaurants.No changed his base of action to kids who have careful mothers to protect J Manufacturer of line Havana and Gauged to order ten et'tmt, ,.xti... I

matter," said one of the lending this city. His family consisted of his them from the fell destroyer. He hi mestic Cigar Trade supplied with Do-I Wheelwrighting and N

"Bohemians" of New York the other ,. wife and five children, all of the latter mistaken. like a majority of grown people hand made oo ?. Orders promptly Repairing

day. "No matter what a man's tastes! having passed the mewling age. Find- who only regard castor oil as a med Factory at "Malabar, Fla. -S I I1 c. () 1 n.

may be in the matter of eating, or what ing himself well settled in New York he icine. Only a very small proportion of -- ---- ------ --- ------- --1 >

his lack of taste may IK l \ if he stop short i looked about him for a nest for his mate; it i is:: consumed in that manner. Caster : Honey barrel and n\al Waft I r B! ..K .

of cannilwlism in Iiis di>ire:,. he can have I| and young. He was told of a hand Mime oil forms one d the best lubricators, and J 0,OOO Budded Trees For Sale : from sii.oo uj.

them gratified to the top of his bent in i j well appointed flat in a location conveniently -' is used for greasing wagons and other I I At Low Price:: | Tanks

some of the restaurants of New York. j near to the prominent hotels:: and purposes where the price docs not prohibit [ ''

"Shall I 111 l gin Jit the top or the hotI j which a bachelor friend of his had just it. Then it is:: burned as an illuminator II 60,000 in Nursery. | and all kinds of ( 111''}.\VOUK t.. ,:. iT. .

?" ln" asked rolling cigarette and not only by the Jews for their .It) lit
torn a : ;, vacated. He inspected it and was de- to \\". II. SIIAI1PE II \ n\, mi.nGrtuige
Apply ,
settling liimsflf for an interview. 'I' lighted. The janitor was all smiles and > Sabbath lamp, but elsewhere. In India j : = : P.. .

think," he continuedviihout waitingfor I smirks. The price was reasonable. The where lame: quantities of the seed are City Point, Fla.S. - : : .

an answer that the top would be brought forth his raided, the oil i is added to the native condiments (\
.1 delighted journalist ; Opened for the Season j t
the Il(>jot. for prokiUy even I do not know pocket book and while mentioning some to flavor them. It is also made F. GIL\Y. I

the liottom. I .hall probably! !stop before well known per ms as sport. i>: for his into an illuminating gas in India. In I t&'A mail who is illt."h.l in |i., ,

l I reach the end for it is hard to say who I good name, proffered a month's rent in this country castor oil is used to dress welfare will !It,' plra-rd t.. k".1; *
dots not know the worst restaura-nts in morocco leather. California. Kansas, Watch Maker and Jeweller. y
4 advance. The still beaming janitor with- II ANDREW GIBSON
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1 town. I have experimented as far as I I out extendinga hand. inquired : "Pardonme. Iowa and Illinois are the principal sections Shot at John M. DixoiT.s Draj Store Titusville, Ha

dare in that direction but I presume I sir but are YOU married/'' of this ('ountnwht'l"<'> thl'l'l'll israised ALL WORK WAUKANTKD. Keep; the lim-t 'v-ter-,. !1.!,.. C

haven gone far enough. I "Why, certainly," was the somewhat and the castor oil pre) -('s at Bel- I e
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"The lest dinners in the world I he- i indignant response for our friend saw yule Ill:., are among iu! ; most extensivein J I

liege can he had in N*-w York. If you i ii in the question nothing more than the the world.-New York Graphic. : X 1Ly I.\.X S I AX1 SKUVF.l* IX ST*I.K TO M IT {'.\ 11:11"| m .

want to dine a la Kusse and take all evidence of a suspicion as to the legality -.,-

night to it, with a surprise for every of his conjugal relations. rlunos: Poneenilns; Vaeriuution.We NEWSPAPER SUBSCRIPTION AGENCY d
Plain and Fancy i'ake madtt.. ,.|1'.1.;
course you can do it at any one of several j'I Still learning, the janitor said: "Any are at List getting some very aced i :
expensive niaisons near Madison: ,: children sir?"' rate comparative .statistics concerning + THE 1'IOXKEU A(.i\CY. 11.1<< ];n.,." '''WI'II', "" .: ",.1.

j square. This is not dining, though ; I Proudly uttered was the espouse: vaccination. In Canton Zurich Switzerland I For terms and ample copies address i Also :l tir-t-.II.... Ikirln-r-h.>i> .iii.nin( ,; 4.

that is:: a debauch. The chief of the kingof "Four boys and a girl." ; there was compulsory vaccination I Mil at all limit-; from '. ,t. !II. t" u;; .
Greece not long described an <':: In that death CIL\-::. H. :NAUMAX: | draw' t'
ago No longer beaming the household: up to l sj.: : year not one i! I PurtieU'sirnt! : to KM Inset :i- II"hoats t
ideal dinner and such a one occurred from The antivaccinationits and hacks \\ ill pu-u-r notr lu-.
you may said "I sir smallpox. j
agent coldly: am very sorry. Haulovcr P. 0., rcvard county, Fla. | --- .
get if you can afford the price in anyone but I cannot let you the apartment'' then secuml a repeal of the i r

of twenty restaurants.: I am not advertising "'\\ iy not?"-this in indignant aston- requirement. The next year. 1SS:5:: ;, there I THE SLOOP I AGNES.t "
: :r .6.E: V:!S"
any of them. He suggests the ishment. were two deaths per thou an'l from .

WHips, one thin, the other thick Then "Because sir, the other tenants would smallpox; in 1SS4 three deaths out of j i commanded byCAPTAIN

two releves. one of fish the other meat leave in a body if we admitted children every thousand: in 1SS"5 seventeen, and I DELHONICO HOTEL i .KUIN Mi LE.1N.

t and vegetableNext, entree lIe to this house. Their destructive we in 1s8j eighty-five.. This i is a warning; j I hakes regular tripon Indian. : \i\\\:iSIIKCAUKIKS \

wisely rvconnnonded moderation here.I might put up with but their noise is that should he studied especially by IIBl"I( I : A M"I.I. M ITM "1

prefer only one and like a bit of poul- what is most-objected to. In New York Canadian neighbors. But when prejudice I j {;COCOA. D1.\ K1VEK. FLA.Xewly Orocories. ) ry Goo, ,

try. This brings you to the meridian of : has to IH overcome even statistics I I
in the
all the noise
people they want .
get Furui.-hed Rooms, (: )o l Table. C'asint'tlHats (:Moth
the meal and is:: not a bad place for a 'alndl' Law K (
streets, so they want quiet in the hou>e. are \ :'' must applied: to

pause, or even for a full stop if you are It was in vain that protestation were save many people from their own self Terms S- per Da y.1 Boots andLadies" Shoe ,
aljstemious. If not. take a sorl>et. My will. be I
:: made as to the angelic character of the They might lefttocon4quences.only .
own notion is a drop of brandy with a youthful quintette in question and u.;;e- for the spread of contagion to others. Special rates by the week or month. Shoe great variety : Pmr ".

cigarette, but most gourmets prefer to less was: the emphasis laid on the fact I -f l l Le-I>\'l:1ocmt. I new pattern low priceReaiyinSuC -.

make a .--wl'etenecl11ainh- the alcohol. t t UJI. J.H"IS, rrop'r. : Toilet
that all the youngsters had passed the ti Clottini ArticteOT10.N. =
i
"Next if you continue, and you probably ) boisterous Attention to Snutation. !
age. II' Tit Xtimt n will. take some game in a roast and i I \ .
h The fiat was inexorable. No children Within late years: we have learned that

don't forget solid with it. A dinner need apply.An (mtagious diseases are vastly I more I I II i i 5Q""For the cash nlll.a.13Jcb ."",;
without a salad is like an egg without 1 WM. H. SHARPE :\ 15, i I; ';m.
That"iwhat curable and less liable i
exceptional case you say. to spread when I II i _
-- -- --
* salt. After this you are ready for tri our friend said.lie went from treated in shelter tents than in our homesor I .

lling. Dainty vegetables if you want house to house inspecting after Hat, I' hospitals; and wo are more and more ( IS. NC'OTT,

r them, sweets: or pastry if your tastes are but everywhere tin insurmountable I caring for the ventilation of our dwellings:; I j REAL ESTATE AGENT | IASTIINillAIilKiSSINJ:

effeminate fruit if. you like, coffee and "Have you any children, sir?'' put a stopto ; and school houses and churches, preferring j I : : (: S.\ LUtn.

a cigar necessarily.This further negotiations.-New York Cor. the sunny side of our houses for |i I _
: is a model dinner, and will go FOR '
Philadelphia Times. sleeping rooms. | 'Ii
; you want rlran and .a.\ sh.As .,\ '.
best if prepared by an educated French
I
We are building our citiesith widerstreets l ;
cook. Cooks are educated in other countries f'kf'tchrtist nnd Camera. I CITY POINT. clean a- hmr'ertvergivy,
I and providing access to clear sunshine iiival .
Ju cull
>t on nif at 'N u,
but they seem to Ix indigenous to "No I do not think that annteur I I
photography -
and pure air in extensive park- At morning U'rnH.n.
I eve, or
tl the French soil. Turkish cookery is not I is supplanting out door sketching '.\- are. moreover. demanding more I Ie !
with interest
sold time or
Urals ,
long tomb
unlike it. and embraces similar '' on ; I'll cut and vuur hair wttii ui" <
a"Cry said a well known Fulton street scientific and faithful and
plumbing! for cash.. "
yariet1'llI're i is distinctively on the lease system, or To Miit the runtoiir of v..nr 1t'I. :
no dealer in arti-ti' materials few
a days looking out I hotter for thecon'lihnimof our
ish that I know here Turk-I To you I'll give a jjoodliaiii<>,
restaurant since, in to a question of a me- cellars. But
response we Base not reached the 'I The art of which is kiionn to !its
may get a pilair to order in any good I rtcr. limit of what is pibl or desirable in Lamlcleared and planted, ami cared for

French place. "While I do not say that the converseof this 1UatteYouth's ( .tnpanioli. I if desired ; by contract or otherwise I -i-i-sor's-harp, my razor'kit'n.

"The pilall i is mach by first toiling in that proposition i is true. 1 do! know My shop i- a wayneat an l cU-.m.
the water then in smallpil'CS. 31. Detroit Mich. I .1ni1 everything; 1"... ore \.,ti II lin.l.
frying
same Itefer E. IJrcesc
for a fact that a larger munl'I'r of sketching to ; .
Ail O l .
<< MijHTstition.Once To suit the taste and plea-t tl!! I n! i.::: '
a chicken and portion of a fhonl-\\ classes: have gone into the countrythis I Jno. ( '. :Nonvmul, Titiisville, Fla.; 1J. '
der of mutton. A handful of i : summer than ever before, :mud. as a more as the presidential, campaign and J. :StraTaxewell Court house, "' \1; And notll all nho patronize hilt 11.\i
lioiled in the broth drained ; opens. wo hear the old fr tuiIiarProBhc.ies .J lI..t cotne alone ami Itriniryoiu II i I. L :
next same 1 rule these classes have had a very largememhership. I and .\. Packer, Montreal, Canada,
and browned in butter. An onion is I It i is of mine lrm business men of presnuted whom I have madeImportant grove. And 1 a "'llrt."I! I still! try

sliced and fried brown in butter a tablespoonful I which I think. a he theory 1 demonstrated intelligence; that! tlr.ve is sun- to I ---------- -- _____ __ I My vcrv 1.I ..-t 1.. stti-i\; i '. ',. ;
can really -
l he a general (ie "*si!oIl in trade for tin-
'l'rl"{
: of curry or saffron and a handful that there i is I
I readily no reason ivxt live months in consequence of the : to All t i
of raisins are thrown into the rice, why the sketch artist and the amateur The StrawberrJ
impending election.} It would I lie interesting HOFFMAN'SMostvrcHluctwe.
which simmer until The
soft. I
must: I ;
work
should in
photographer' not perfectharmony )know how For the Santh.
whole is served with hard toiled eggs cut to this curious idea got I j
J and that the union will be
root in the minds of sensible people. It I lan' ..|
for .
up a garnish."It I the benefit of tl th.
greatly to in South :
The insist important SEEDLING
!is certainly a pure sfaer-tition.uul whatever I crop
would take all Itato tle. rilK.* *
national -
I "I can give you an instance, he went actual the Lc..t quality an.iUnequalled
dishes, and a whole year for you j on "where the camera has )been of untold depression a presidential (']{'c-I Florida i b the Orange crop', and everyone
to them all but do it in tion brings\ to business is only what for Market.
try you may j service of the artists well :
to one on a should endeavor good
I' to secure a
caused: by acting on that !superstition asa : .
I Igo I "
New York if you like. For Spanisli food, known magazine. Formerly this artist I offer strong plaits in Urj.r.' ar.d-n.ai ,
to the neighborhood of Maiden lane of than local used truth.: If Ilu..ill'-'S.: men 111"!" ist in deluding i variety of orange; in planting a grove.To tire, at rea."nall- i-rn-e-.j
more renown, to themselves into the M"a that C'ATKKY <..rAAan..'. .IA1'\N 41x1)LEI
and Pearl street. German restaurantsare I sketch whoHfrom but : :" all the tinei-t IU..t:>. in kfl; 'Ii *: r
nature now, such fruit have :
do this and
numerous on the east side. There is j jn trade i is Uumd to be dull it (vrtainly: I ,get r.s plants fortyamtir *>f Itla' OilM.l
j when making a tour through England, will IHBut there is no real reason why I TKIMX: ; LIur.,1.131i. '. ett.Addrts .
Grand the of State
capital one on street near : Scotland or where he may chance to be taken premium- at many our -..: r
it should loe so.-I'roviileuce Journal.
Bowt'QOf French places of the medium he always carries his camera along and Fairs and at the New Orleans Exposition .J 1:XOG h I'rEr i.firt.t.lliallci. .
class there are three or four excellent when he of
comes across a prettbit .
Bleocker street, I Hetter limn They Appear. front C. B. 3Iajrruder Ihl\al C ouot} II..ri.I.e.
ones on near landscape, a ruined castle or anything i' buy your trees i iItitASPiI ..-
South Fifth avenue. Some first class I All men are: lHtr than they appear
else he wishes to preserve, he at once A;: Sun. ll..ekled-e. Fla. '! Chinese restaurants are located on Mottstreet. on the surface. The woId has b-vn too I
Thus
takes a negative.: you see that in ;, I -- --- -- --- -- ---- i
Two good Jewish eating housesare :: a few weeks time he can take hundreds j much with th:'m. The <'.:\JMO soul! finds SANTA LUCIAIs

near corner of n iml'trPl't' and of negatives, while months would be con- ;, itself choked a:;,1 stilled! by the accidents It'11artllt'ilt. !

the Iku erv. There are live distinctively his of temixratnent and nvirosmicnt: : it is:
sumed if he
national Italian places in "the l end in to sketch on each tour view himst'lf.'h'n were compelled he 1 disheartened by th- niuliindi! ::
and hessian in in this r1.1! 1 the Forest that lies betweo-i the inli.ni.
Mulberry street one I paradoxical:( \v :
reaches home he throws the negativesonto I !laid l ,.n'! b.streets ..
and i ii
Lucie Hi .
j St. vcr-
I1l'Stcr'tred., East brain is [ and muddled l ar.d fails to
near Broadway. stupid : I ,
of
a piece cardboard, touches them S TAM :R.. ;. sixty feet wide into tliro-: 'r-
There are several good English chophouses recognizthe right; ; the 1 l'.h i iieak; !
with India ink then bo'
up in some way decomposes j blocks. and smaller lots which will
two of the best, to my mind being the silver on the plate, leaving I I nevertheless the divine soul dwells 1 itent j ,r ji i sold reasonably to actual scttleiT: '
on Sixth avenue, near Twentieth below the surface, and Hare out at jI .
the India ink i may Sill '
drawing in its place. The region is winterle and fro-ties-
.e street, and on Fourth avenue also near i is any moment iu soiv.e snd.h :i .nd un- I JliIlCarr.1"'
drawing then photo-engraved and ispublished I in the land of the cocoanut and;
Twentieth'trcd.. I I looked for .
in the magazine as a bona fide mamwr.-Lil'pitwntt'- where all the Tropical Fruit- floiirl-i--

"Of American restaurants there is no I' sketch, while in fact, it is purely a pieceof : zine. i i I Address with stamp,
.
end. The very best, to my notion is -
mechanical work. -New York Mail --
close to market. The The New French! iHe. -- I Ii
Washington worst
and Express.how. \W. H. BAKER. Wayelanj. Dade Co
-well, there are so many worst ones. I :M.: de Blowitz.! the oec"'!tri l' Par--! correspondent i City of Jacksonville I : ,:

They are all over town. You can eat a I to Test a Mushroom. of The London Times, is inclined FL)1.111.1. -

meal for five cents in one of the St. An- The mycophagist selects from wood or to think: that the i.'i\v Fr.o'a: rifle CA1TAIN W. A. 511.\'\". i

drews' stands. You can go to a beanery I field a sjK.'cimen of toadstool which by is a wonderful weal-on. lie' : :.;> that iti

if you want to spend ten or twetcen1.., its external appearance extends an invitation I :; both noiseless and sinol.rdMnds! : Daily trom.Tacki'onvi1le except Saturday.II. .1.1I THE MUSIC HOUSE OF FLORIDA.A. .

or if you ha\ only two cents to spend to try it. Hard, dry, leathery, a bullet with perfect N'cur.ttlbtanco: I

you can go down on Pearl street to one I fetid, slimy, or decomposing ones .are of four miles.-New York World. : B. Plant, I

of the two cent ]houses there."New I left rigidly alone-as they should be. CA1T. I. C. HALL I
,
York is probably the most cosmopolitan -I Carefully removing the fungus from its I rand Irk. s of Kusslu. B. G'y11IPaILL:

place in the world and showsits ;I habitation and after noting its botanical There are about thirty '. :':.:.d dukes! in Daily from Sanford except Sunday.

comopolitanism most of all in its eating j characteristics, a small piece is tasted : Russia; all of them Ir-ing veer;: relativesof

,"> houses."-New York Mail and Ex j rRif it is nauseou, it j is thrown away I the czar. Each receives from the statean ON ST. JOHN'S RIVER. .J ack ()11,.HIt', Fla.I .

press. and branded as non-edible; if it is: hot ;. annual pension amounting to >SO,000

The Monks of Chartreuse.A I acrid or bitter, a small I piece is cooked and the majority of them have largo j Seh'clnlJlu<< 29, 1SS7.OCTH. I

i without seasoning; if it retains disagreeable fortunes lipsides. lIer-
any private -Chicago .. ,.
doleful L\SDIS'j
correspondent gives a account :
j qualities over the coals. it j is ald. sOI'.Tu'l at nearetfetation
of a visit which he had just pailto ; I Leave. will Sell and Deliver your
I branded in like manner; if it l loses them 3:-iO p ru Jacksonville 6:30 a m
the monastery the Grand Chartreuse.He First C'la-s
.:tmO V m Tocoi 1kan' I -
i all, larger pieces are cooked and eaten In EurojH- thrifty trees and g *>d cropsof I
I t'vWp in.0 I'alatkaItolleston] 12:30
and two a m
companions were greetJwith j until the kind either gives signs of nox- : Beaches have lieen secu.vd from graftson I '. :-. n m 11.40pm: I

damp beds follO\n'l-s\ writes ious qualities or proves to be harmless. the hawthorn.Austria 1:(ft pm- Welaka 10:10 p ruII I PIANOS
tinned fish bread and 12:00 -11l5 Georgetown .
-by maigre soup la 'JrlOpin7:15pm
i If the specimen' is mild and pleasant to II
and wine. After their tiring :: a m Volusia : I
sour
eggs the taste (a small piece) both raw and now has : SO meteorological I 2:::G am. Astor .:10 p m or.OR.GANS
journey they not unnaturally retired cooked the I 4:45 am. DeLand Landing :>.00 p m I II I
same care is observed until
: a stations. no 1. :? than nine Ix-in-r: in Vienna .
somewhat early to IKH. where it is to bepresumed 5:-i I i, full meal is eaten; and it is very necessary -1 alone. I Arrive.S:00am. I',
first but
they enjoyed a sleep: that it should IH; for in one family Enterpn 2::<0pm :'I rye

if their expectations were that this sleep of gill tearing toadstools-the Amanita; A gentleman in Liverpool Ins succeeded I {':W a mnrord.. City Wharf 1:'M pm..:!i ron Li-; :-S :\II'XEY than allY other hou** mi ?,
i
anstrumecz1
!4:30 hanford. S. F. I..
was to IH of long duration they were tlis:1Pl'ointl. 1 am. R. l:4Spm i iCoss.'lIoso.At i I United StateI! always i narantee eIB t.I .
-no sign: either cooked or raw is givenof in cultivating the edelweiss.An : I'IIL" uf
a
I bees represented. I iti11Ly j ; c"
Just at midnight the unfortunate cj u
its Ilea properties.. This i is the only Tocoi with St Johns Kailroad; any hone man "r wssman I Ii trui .. !
trawler* were compiled, nolentesvolentes. family to which deaths have heed traced t, at l'alathitb llorida Southern liailuay; at Holies- ; *ati!'fattoiy. I ftt"' t.t both a 1 anJI
to get out of their damn sheetsin ; Interesting Mannseript.The ton with >t. John's and Halifax P.iver Railroad; | cash and flu a montl'on' a l'1llJO. and floc dI !)
older attend the midnight and the botanical characteristics of its explorer of the Fayum. Mr. Petrie at A..tor with St John and Lake Railway; I! 15 a month ou an oiyai.: ulll.l.oJ ;" Lbtra)
to mass atnhk'h
; members must he thoroughly mastered. has discovered of : at DeLand Lindinfj with Del. nd and St. Johns more than ordinary rent <(u then ;c dies
splendid
tle: iumiuui the fragment Line """':ruWtoJit.
at with B. '
Kailroad
was
solitary ; Spring S. O. C. and At terms anyone can own a &11011.
tiny L.mp carried by ech mo:!;. Them There is no other method of testing thatis the Second Book of the Iliad, written on t lUilway: ; at ii.tt-rj.ri with A. C., St. J. t I. 1:. FILE C.VTALOUIE: coy tainlIIg fullUtl. ")ten jr':
safe. Charms of salt and silver are asuseless papyrus in the finest Greek hand, before Ra:'iroa'1. f."- Titiisvill; at Sanford with trains ol Sheet 1tul! l'. tr1Dg" yitlins, l.1nJo. 11' tr1JI1tIlJ
t tryir-r part of the: whole experience: the S. F. Railroad for Tampa at Mnsif n
as the romances of the fortuneteller ; Tampa with the cordcon, and in fact every wad fOf'C0l6
the rounded uncial cursive
c m... ty have been the dreary three or scripts teanier: MARGAUET. of the Plant steamship Line that is made, and at \t-ry low l.n..U. :, cf Cl *'
hours. which followed andirliieh anti even worse; for. if believed came into use. This precious documentwas for Points on Tampa Day and Manatee River; also I nets ("atalo lIl'!'. 1 hair ::>.(IW( piece v, f t bo''
; perft nuance in. they inspire: a confidence that leads found rolled under the head of a with the riant Steamship Line steamships lucic at 10 ((nts '-"py. ". '"{r't rboJt*
; may be realized by the fact that directly serious iv ults. Charles Mc- up OLIVETTE and MA OTTE}; for Key West and Music at lo cents jeer copy. sit" lJotk.to..t.; aw***
' viuor was compelled: to listen > : mummy which was buried simply in the I1nana"f"ry Monday and Thursday, arriving at Vocal and Im trument.l Mosic bed : '
I every froai Ilvaine in Lippineott"13azinc.. sand, without the protection of a tomb. Key West Tuesday and Friday and Havana wed i cent Any piece of sheet lunrt'l ru; I 11'BoU,ti*
midnight until ::1 next morning to :i I :
and Saturday. Ketnrning, leaves ft
It from :0 1 : to -i nesdiy Havana | to.1) per t't'Itllo\V jnMiher. rrktlt.. ,tau
apparently -
measures
I
if to the i Wednesday: and Saturday. 5'Z"
litany and songs.is crown every pieces each, he f-t mn ic
Large rod placards are placed on the 1 feet in The date of the
!
length. manu- i
misery of the vi-at. the next day proved' j C. HALE. Catalogue. ; .
outside of aristocratic London houses between : F'lailr
is about the Second Third
: script or cen-
to I>e a fast tlay. when even co1rt'e'a.:; I General Passenger Agent:: Deliiry Line I A. B. Campbell, Jacktnyille.
1 the windows to show that 1
I an art tury. It will be edited by Professor "I.
denied to the visitors, who had for repast !i \T. '.(. DAVIDSON,
exhibition for the benefit of a charity New York Sun. Mention( thin faper.
dry bread and a. tiny glass of chartreuse.Vndtev I' Sayce. I General TraCiegtnt., People-'a Lin*. I
Fair. going on within.-House Journal. I



Fl.OHID.ST.H, THURSDAY, AUG. 2, 1SSS. ;

--

THE LATEST IN JEWELS. !! STRAY BITS.A The Heights of Clouds. 1 1 Don't 1 !

t The cloud illumination caused by the TITUSVILLE BAKERY
I let that cold of You think
(0 sido comps a pretty pattern is a dullgoH Volapuk club has been formed at Walla electric lights; of Detroit and Ypsilanti isI yours run on.
with it i b a light thins:. But it may run into
work border set garnets.Saver Walla Wy. T. i occasionally so well defined in outline as
law catarrh W.1i' _;t't. .\\1..11' if ar t1; t ::ar :.<\
set into gold watch- Swarms of Chinese I seen from the Ann Arbor obervatorv, or pneumonia, or consumption.
band designs aro landing in Eritish
Catarrh i di,
:,Ustihjr: pneumonia i b dangerous
Kuah with the surface are much ads Columbia and stealing across the border into that it occurred to the director to inaugurate -
MRS. V. GAILER.
consumption i is
ces the United States. a series of altitude measurementsfor : ; death itself. The -

irnreiA born of silver ending in aiffin's i The pin factories of Hoij j the purpose of determining the breathing apparatus must be kept healthyand .
curled rams England; France, clear of all oL'struetionautl otl
l1- }i.t..hYoI,1 li//t" e1i/1 eties Pic'
odd for land and heights of all forms of clouds visible at :
L<&1 w an pendant a queen Germany are said to turn out i
sive
gr 77,000,000 pins daily. i Ann Arbor after twilight.The matter. Otherwise there i is trouble and Ctikt'to ullliml : dibfji r
chain. ahead. All the diseases
Crochet needle* of silver finished m tho Leprosy is said to be spreading;: at an alarming I central portion of Detroit is about'thirtyfive head no-e, throat bronchial of these tubes parts and'; .'J1t'/'tal 'H'rlf..iou.o( ftrrilish'drrtt

tattled osiduins now so popular are both rate in Itussia. Thirty cases have been > miles from the observatory:; I lutr *, be andl'ntirelv. "l.d 1)'dii.4.
: can delightfully
and pretty.An officially reported in Darvat alone. j while Ypsilanti is only fifty-eight i miles
useful distant.i The azimuths of the cured by the u-e of lichee's Herman GIVE HER A CALL
two cities .
etpwsive: ridins whip has a handle Tho one story frame cabin in which Andrew Syrup.: If you don't know this already. -- -- -
differ about SO::: degs., so that the conditions
I"ilt'prrbn'" btwe>n the talons Johnson
of a served his thousands
comiol apprenticeship as a !; and thousands of people can '
of which a lare topaz is firmly held. tailor is still standing; in Columbia, Tenn I for determining the heights of the tell you They have been cured bv it. C. HECTOR: "
and lower clouds
can always Imo
A silver button hook having a handle re- Miss Leoline! Daniels of Athens, La., while i| upper made favorable when the atmosphere is and know how it i ii: tbel11-('h.e Bot- !

fpmblms; a section of bamboo is a pretty attachment preparing for her wedding, became suddenly I sufficiently transparent. When the cloudsare tie only 7"> cents. Ask any druggist.M ; ; Hardware and
chain chatelaines. '
for the six ill and died about the hour she was to have
high the Detroit illumination
very is
A peculiar design in hairpins liiis a Roman been married. ;! so well defined that the probable error of due*.

gold moonstones; horseshoe are at set the at top.equal Seventeen distautx-s graded on the The average class of expense 127 members of the Cornel through) gradaating the- a single measurement of an altitude is ,\'. 1>. lloyt el Co., Wholesale: and Ht>- General Produce

; only a few minutes of arc. When the tail
1)ruggistof: home (;a. We :
course was $573 a year; highest, $:!,;.fJO. and I says |
shoe.A lowest $250. clouds are low, the nearer illumination is have been >selling 1>1'. Kings New Disjcovcry i ;
s.lwr! match box: : cu which are two dials ,
well defined and tho farther
one either Electric Bitter and Btu-klen's
;
with movable lint er, is the rovelty nowoferedlt' Florida promises to become a largo MERCHANT.
producer
invisible coincident with the .
or apparent i Arnica salve for four v'ar Have H'ri
baxball enthusiasts to facilitatescore of Sixteen will I
opium. plants producean
horizon. The and least ''i !'
reniedliethat
greatest heights handled sell well
as or Melbourne. Florida
-
ke and
ounce of will
ping-; an acre poppies yield
1,000 worth of recorded up to tho present time are reppectively :i i cive such universal satisfaction. There ;, ---- --- .- -
and I in
tic now design locket opiumSricntists
An art; ;
1.,:;SO and 770 feet.-Amor-1'i i have hl''n0111( wonderful cures etlected
fla.-:';s repp'emits a rcpouss silver crab snugly :: say there is no plant that docs Geo. E. Chase
ican Meteorological Journal. 1 by these medicines in this Several:
city.
et.uii.Ti-lll1 th* Mlver cord nieces of the not serve as full for some animal but tho I ,

Tab lisbermau"* mi.ii only article use as food from the mineral and Pulse Heats. cases of pronounced consumption have:'
Inspirations been l entirely cured by use of few Ku-
,\ o ll brrwn rft.rvap::!* a Catherine agdom; is common halt. The duty of a examination fora a
medical
ties of I>r. Kind's Discovery taken inconnection Chandler
abtt i ri fall u tiol. The stream of fire is of An elm tree growing; in tho ;grounds: of thul'l'nnsyh.auia secret society is, indeed, a responsible with Electric Hitter, Weguarantee Ship

ru!>.-< and the t.parks we diamonds set at lxi pital, in Philadelphia, is a i one. It is observed that some examiners ,
il-ir -tariccs on a knife edge. scion of the famous them aluay?. Sold ball. drugstores
A-,;; I tree under Inch William t i have. favorite numbers, which they almost "
hai..lie: in the window of Penn held the first with the Indiana.>> !< on Indian Hi\ \r.
A iLm:y jiarasol treaty uniformly use in making known Boat and Vi'ssJe Supplies, all Kinds

". t't: sfjyan-! dealer represents a silver The trustees of Corn(l university have decided the number of respirations and the num- --- -- --- -- ---- -- l'ntl'ntn'hur'i.' ('ha.iu'i.' IMocks<< ,

t';: rliir.l! i ink about a.:(I nearly encircling a to build one of the laivttnrid; finest l her oft>pube beats. One examiner almost -II in1I Vrarsa sulkier from ('amass' (al\ani/t >\ are

'. r 4 y.'t iK-ry hlie, of LIe valley. library buildings; :: in the country It wil c".st always represents the number of Illit'iiiuatiMii. Kopcs all size Tc'ni",

: ;;j'.< r r r:''''. biti: flat and round, are meets ( nearly $i"iOOCW awl is to heeonra.ae -ka.' respirations to Ixj nineteen, while i WHAT }lox,1\". II. WILDHK, MAYOR ems Spruce Ladders* ,
.' C'oppci Taints, sal'1- : sal'*, .|t-.
i ; ./ : It.'. A pretty design conchased (XK I() \'oluines.Thri .
: I i another generally makes twenty as .\J.l\\\ t\. SAY*.. Spar Varnish, nal's,1-'l ::al's!' .||s, pts.
I' ."; and plain! transverse thousand of Jerseys frr.i j si-: i j the number; another still clings I Oils and Leads, ail knit!'.
stillt-red fifteen llhemnatisin
.
..... WKM being slightly: oxidi/ed. erat have been .achcd in j'irs :stiu '-I':.;, i, .. with sixteen. yearwitli '
i i I persistent tenacity Similar and durinir that time tried all the F. W ll>.\01: 4, t p'S 1l1II1xn.) 1'AIXTS.

". :-. ... .;: hntnrb reprfM-nts 11 bird of par.Momi (it'/man uuixertity, 1:1 the hoe :. ... .. ', fctritements might truthfully be made : In fait aiijiLin tor lmllIIg Sailing; l.wta.
so-called
that I could hear of. :
.' ..1 i ruatnels. The tail is formed may live to get tl:*.-re and corn .'?. ::.:: ... i concerning the number of pure beats specifies r
1 j One of them I .*:::5.io( bottle for :
; of natural paid per lIu.t.s IMoc-U )0 l: 'st IIa
... ii.xjiid paved streamers of gold) i history.Anglomania per minute. Some examiners seem fond : > SI..
and! took nine bottles and received
no '!
:.-oia an emerald and ending:: in twos in I'.:rS I I.e. lad! <.. o f '" j of high and others of low figure; Some benefit from of them. My grandson .! li.sovviM.r, ni.
any :
suit. It has devclopcil u flit>:i :. r \. i delight in making the standing pulse lent>> -
Railroad: --
who runon 1;. e1 11' l. finally
:..i.. (.f guy kind: are now accurately among; wonM'ii. A ei)z:..i.vi: : .1 ,.:. i 1 the same as the sitting pulse teat, while LUDDEN BATES SOUTHERN MUSIC HOUSE.
Untie of P. P. P Ash;
got a (Prickly
,
. 1 fashion: and the w.lk tu t"e
.nv l in miniature on the inner or morning i.- j others mako a wide difference in the
while ,
'. <>fold or t.:l\er watch ewes, and n bnlhnrt) eight t/j St." beats of these two attitudes. There Poke Hoot and Potassium: ), in
pulse "
...: .'I:v rf the likeness is guaranteed Some h.-u's eggs: that were a<-e.,k:.* ..... ;I seems to l>o no way of accounting for The Wayeross, md induced me to take it. PIANOS.ORCANS.
first hottleho'l.tl wonderful
1 its
.. i L,,.u.it"rof the pnx-ess. covered up) by some men {>iu.\mgftt: i'. i. 1 these uniformly favorite inclinations except .

.* -..:: the lastof the more wealthy lovers luma, CaL Ja.t6umtw.r. were fiat..:t'.t\ \ .": : that examiners dj not in all cases, etlect, and alter continuing the use of it ,

"..:iiuioiju"' Inttt.-rus in scarf pins : heat of the sun ulnas the earth and ts': ... should and for a short time the Rheumatism disappeared -
i as they carefully accuratelycount
'- :.!In''uv offered: a Ilotnan: gold chan made by the chicks led to their d>--i_ >v..ry a.i !ij the respiratory movements and the :. and I feel like a new man. I.

.- release. take great pleasure in recommending it Q
i t./Ii diamond t.Yts. uu enameled j i in !
I'ube.-Physician GlobeDemocrat.i .
i
...ii ->f UerLue and a g meral odor of Dr. Seal Mitchell, of Jacfcso\::!.', I*. ... to sutJercrs from Rheumatism.

all about it. I' i -- --- -
-tory" left his revolver tinder the piLety: A':.. rcmalAIothccarles..

A \'.': Y p.;:' Uy l.ra+.Itt &,..>a reteatlywasof room at Home, and has just" lint it r-tu:::,..i The Uussian government will permit For Nervousness and I ))''''lll'p..ia. ito I
Mid-Summer Sale
., /, ,i.d i.'J;iv.it**! a btH'tioa of thick to him by a fd.uw traveler, who, |1o1\.1..t.1", | women to become pharmaceutists if they IVrrv's Liver Pill..

.I''llit."Ill..unLoJOJ I curled to lit the uriat. The kept it a year and carried it all toruuud the I. -- ----
i the examination which
I pass sane to men For Chills and Fever take Lippman'I
tinuih was i.t the mottled oxidization:: which world with h l:1.t'orhl"s 1 : :
are subjected. Apothecaries receiving I I'vrafnre.. ;
I peraii S-IKV;ally adapted for showing: silver A \ wonder is as-inking: mountain female will not be allowed to ,
pupils re- --- ---------- -- I
fcMud.l th'-ir liest. near Tnlulah lio. It sinks: all the time, but i cei\e maJes. Frank Leslie: Brace l"p. BUY NOW

Tho l..ir *'x baua embarrassment of I so slowly us hardly to be perceptible

ncLes ri t '[U' matter of th.wLu<'klt."S for low upon the occurrence of earthquakes anywhere Troubles of the United Labor You are feeling depressed, your appl'- AND 1'AY WHENCOTTON

quart-TV'1 *: (*.>. A prKtv dtosin; is anet'iud i in the world goes down from one to Party ite i is poor, you ire bothered with headache I

I \ -." .i"im-tm th- !.-1L.aUt coolnessf : six feet in a very brief space. MINNEAPOLIS, Minn., July is.-The state you are fid_ctty, nervous, and gtnerally !
convention of the United Labor IS SOLD.IDSUMMER
party met out of orts and want to brace j ji
:
*- the >:' 4 *;h'I'\', witu a arty of merry An authorised representative' of the date Windom hall. The attendance of delegates up. .
bathrrsiLIsortwg: tueiiueivei m the surf. I i Brace up, but not with stimulant, sprint_ J
of New
Saxo lie
ilemingen: expects to in
; five
was very light; only or six counties
: licinesor hittl'r.which have for their
The strap: brai" 'leta having watches on the York in the course of a month for the purpose -I I being represented. There were plentyof .
upIs'rlo; :have lv: succeeded by handsome of for American basis: very cheap whisky, and which stun-1!
making;: arrangements;: an speeches but that was all. A motion carried r' OFFER.
wide nto.ta! liuiuLs of .'iiiier! silver or gold, on season of the dukes famous theatrical I to nominate a state ticket, and the elate you for an hour, and then leave I

wliK-.i! np'Hir: in n-1 li..f, various designs inprwn company next autumn and winter. I chairman resigned. Then it was agreed not you in worse condition than before. [

staid ml ;! 11. th' tiny timekeejxrsUir to nominate a state ticket, but to appoint a What you want is an :aletrative that will Irst-Cla-s I-jano and

titt,.h..I t., <.. .rn-lsenl.. DRAWING ROOM GOSSIP I'urityour blood 1, start healthy action of I 1,00' '
committee: who are to call a convention of Orgtma' to In: old in Jumic JIII> .

A dainty little lady's watch just imported members of the Farmers' alliance, grangers; liver and kidneys, icstore your vitality. August antl !o9t."ptcJllhcr at tau:
Japanese sleeping:: mats are new, and a sure ; Cash J-riccs. 1'ty'able.
tears u]* u the back of the (tote in enamel a i labor organizations', in fact of everybody and give renewed health and :-strength,
cure for insomnia. "J.\. ()S. 3tz CAP II IOWN.
garden N"'ne. with two brightly hued butter- not identified with the great parties and put : Such: a medicine yOU will find in Electric ORGAN, Sio CASH I)O\VX,

tiles di-!jtortingthemselvi-samong; ilowersanil Spider leg;: style of penmanship no Linger"obtains" ; : a ticket m the field. No date was set and : Bitter.., and only"r><) cents a bottle at any soul aluuce next > cn eiii1 erist

blowups of equally brilliant colors A : among tho fashionable elect. the convention adjourned sine die. : drug store on Indian Rier.Ir without interest or uh'nnccIn

circle of jn-arls run around the t'utim'cr Portable hook rests for the right; arm ct ---- -- ---- Irlcc.11 our I'lanosutd
The Ha market Monunieut. included in this Hale, our
near time edg; Jewelers' Weekly. I the large: piazza chair are something new. > ',. \ ,e'IlT( Illi"" 1lr!' ,l I IPYRAFU II II I Clieapesi \.. our Itest. >>o exceptions. -
CHICAGO July ly. The committee
havingin
I lour choice from ten
Rugs made of colored i
; matting an.l intended II
i charge the Haymarket monument has leading makers mid ocr J(MHt > ,
TLc latest western wonder is n soap well : for country houses, are seasonablenovtlties. I finally decided upon the character of the I >les and I'rices.

near Dullalo Gajis, I). T., who product is I design to be erected to the memory of the -

liroiiountttl by n Chicago soap man equal to I Tennis blazers recall the coat of the young police officers who were killed at the Hay. I -SUMMER BABEAWS\ ? 1 1888- .

the Ut madi* by 111\':&. and whkbrse rl'S- man who was not nicely treated by his ', market riot. The design will be the figureof i

idents thereilKUt declare to b.', with the addition brethren a police officer: upon a granite base, as was N t w \Iakk-r- Neu In.:truniei't?, New

of a trifle of natural oil. simply gorgeous -; Portfolios intended for sumuer use are originally proposed. The monument will be Styles Nets i'rict-s. < i r*?:tt 1111 pro\"t>lllll1tJ N

us au axle EA in out i.,.\\.-!' I'riied I Instruments. '
grease. dainty enough; to be exhibited on the piazza'for placed at the spot where the men fell. It is .

II"'S"imams, of Drooklyn wrapped a ': hours. j probable that the street car company will I' aft : n, aCHILLS Large: punliitM'enable us to otfer 1.lll.t..1 :( -

newspaper around fo.OOO) in gr 'onliac, and widen the space between its tracks sum" S FEVER, Ibices. Here an''aml'l ;
Rugs; made of matting have reached quite
left the parcel on a chair! in n New York ciently to make room for the monument between utsP
il 01'1\
up-
an artistic pitch and are to bo admired by
hotel fnr tl.nv hours. Thor wh-> noticed it them. In ease this is done a forum PiltlO. n.-ht. JMrlti7.-

seemed to think it was an old shirt, and several -: all visitors. forpeaking; will be built into the base of S22SU 1 :..!o"'r\n'-"i B"IIIur"lltu"ewI"{
Lawn racks': to hold any thing from tennis the monument. ( I Inch Tone. tJunr-
isersons wenquit*' put out when Hoses *
I auh-t.'lt I'f'.t aid darabl Mtttet l'i'tre
rushed in anti told w bat it rontu Jt"tL racket to a garden hat are something new Cheated the ourtn. tlj.-"'. .
I for the gl")1en :\:,,,. ;, fir. I .
A rk'f d.>scnptiou of a Ivun-.j min'u i i1:11'11 NEW YORK, July 19.-Emil F >ss, aged I PIAr ';'" O ta""p_ ( ....
'\ | in tennis blazers pass for near relations 1 C u. II ;htimlltl.tr.tt
( fence 1I't to
shot
bug may proot s twenty-two himself through the heartin 24
of the circus clown the 1I I $1 s.z'. :X :>'t rill;!+. Full Irota
U'IMMHMII farmers who fear lainjrjre; l>j- the : among: ignorantI ; a room over his lather's saloon at 26 De- Frame' Ivory Keys itleliR'sstiva.l

!lest II,. take a strip of flooring and sets it I I unsophisticated. ;I, Lmcey street. Hw was to have been tried in C..a..'. First-cIa...n every: Wit}..

iii in.potind r.ith the ,:riK\e up. In the :i The extremely low cut waistcoat is too the Tombs police court on a charge of seduc g.IP9 MAN'S PYRAFUGE .t>uuilfl Pianos}*!<..., *ii-oilly tv>. sold ut J-JIO and ,;yt.tlukrr's

T..OXO he "'1:* iundle wicking; and saturates : "Miss Nancyish" and effeminate for tbo.oI tion.
Plano-J Plush !itoul.
\1KD THK With It Top
v '! < 'u5! oiL The ('111:1.-1100:; crawls oil we call the manly men. Handsome Co\er Instructor

: i ''....-n.: \w.ci! lH clunl> tea this side: end Tiny Mikado fans, made of paper are woniin Wonderful Chill and Fever ExpsHer! Jluslc Hook and all Freight atd.
The Horse and His Driver.
.' .1 '; ..: ,:. the hair by young girls who have not been It C'.r> I'M- ( *i, anal f>'\.r. t. ," ;. \ -* m..t ....
fk'rlt\"f' : u
There's some sort of a telegraphic '-. -.u.iii.tAtitt. bni._'.u-'ri-- _' .a:... !. ...'II'M th- DRGA11Flvs .
.
i i.,.:.:.n.rhV.iia Prww s iys shay the Iii;:;- released from school a great while.i I rtav ISwdsiMl
.1 communication between a horse's mouth :uitrer. I Si-0 !s<.H'l W Jnut I'as-. llitjuTopX.anrij
"' ; i quite a caprice girl of tho p e' and his Jrit" .r' hands" aH an old : > s>iaud MU-M-' :'-t"t.
r ::l4.O..1lv drawn h y J. 1) Taylor, nod to wear the colors her favorite colleg9 full sweet 1'o-s. iluL'-r K frtrr 1 1 V).
horseman the other day, hand the IplaL'etol'ot' \bsrt
: '; '" t:: tlur Peent.uit railnwl. in fastened to some part of her .
gown. it is in front of lo- F..u..I..ull:>'. .,Itrtdi9. 'r
( a pulling
:.'r !'-1O'k tot the 11.la.dih a. W il1 Ip.p.p.1 OR"l" J
tr.p.p.11 I .
The high black hat will prevail at Newportfor comotive. r\efceena horse that would h c..unlrl .t)4
.' liatinHir! held m II<)>t. ':' .::vincut an delayed thn-e all ceremonious occasions, and always at prance and rear a little when the onin';:. > g'in. 'nu-aU\h M.ld. AU iMir-
: night in connection with dress suit. J//'j 1'i-u'. $ZO..J.
.. but down in cha.ers delighted. !
I.ain.'k' kotM.vuuiuloteos not toMich. I approached quiet a \ :Prickly: .Ash Poke I oot. and Potassium)
.
.., .... Wicker zinc lined hampers are taking; the few Ulum<'nb. rye seen that inie lior-e With Each Organ Music n Flame Hook hoop and ,/

place of trunks with many ladies, but are with' another driver get perfectly frantic! CURES an Inslruclor 1'atcl.
:.: : d,. ., te ut'r L. : All Freight.
... not a joy unto the baggage; ; smasher.A -scared to death, you might -and ,
: ; say

i ,,; 11:i' I';.: ;.... i ..:,'::,: :tl't.,: : : new perfume is named "Tuxed," bet kick everything into kindling w 'xxl ut1ti i S--i SYPHILIS : 15 DAYS TRIAL.Order .

. there is scent enough; to make one believe it similar circumstance The
.," ..; I" ..... r :. > .1 exactly same
.. ; ... \\.f:"',: :::" ,' is an old perfume under a new name. thing has happened too often to bo a Pniaarr. Secondary.and Tertiary Scrofulous Syph.lU, &r rpiv.. i ) and test In.uur vat Ij Hoiiie.
scrofula and
ilitic Efniption p- I ; until Instrument
t : *,*" : Sunshade handles succession ef 'Uicid i is it that No in-jney reiu'.red' K
:i li\y j : : < are a surprises lucre c nee. Why two ti'iLs. L'lctrind Old Sores. Rheumatism nisi
.. . ., i all! disea of tin- blood : .all thoe that have ia Fat>fa.tclrWoe pay Freurlit l both! .
; I., L.tI..t'. w !:< t.. i and curiosities, and it is surmised some men .. f equal, or I1rer1)'l.IUlI., strength; I '
l other treatment yield t-t 'adtly and 'ly sale. Tin, f.tife- to deal.Our .
te > euj :
reM if
.. .., ,. be in ways no way
\\.It : ; of the designers; must the lunatic J have an eutird'ditItl..nt effect on a to theonderful power cf I'. 1'. P, the {text I it
.- ,' :'. : : \ .... ;t.r>o:;:..... ,. : asylum horse when holding the lines? There i. Blood Pnri er. I Instrument1 art ,j'f l amri thtvp, atop
': : : I a V l always gin- a .itisfiMl! : pl1rdla! r. i i
y t. ,
I' .
I t : 'I. : I 'on.1.r certainly something in the touch of < .:..:
Lend for :tUd.Su miner Sale Cir I"
BASEBALL NOTES. that isn't ii the touch of the othu. SCROFULA !
: :: I t' t man cular.

.. : .! ;::ail I :: :. :t. .!: ['.,:, : Confidence is inspired in one case tear REJlrall:!.h'. La" .rat Jri''ra: F.'ut ofi'tnnt

:..1l'ir:u ear JTatJ Iktiuhara :.h' : :. Boston traded $1,373 and Catcher Wise for in the other. How is that feeling I'ut PI La an tingle ity in the bl Second Baseman Kinsman of the Manchester Swe:lr.si. eainn.' Iunml.g or> on tnn- : AH FI'Iot }'.".I: I" !,.'"n' :n-.,...; ffut
,
is;; ;?: _:1l'l".1t.u i>> show ni t;;. .. : the horse's head unless it i* telegraphed L<.sr-. or Fet foil' the cure of wui l'h u e P P P., I ',.ter' ,;,.ffrn"J....: Nrf'uor Imit, ehi' l'rv.e
a ::, :>r "llltUI't' Bqvvia..y i,. t club. from the driver's hau\h-Xcw York th' gTiea.tt blood nitre wH." c>n arth. All tLti'o : rt.ij: .tl'eey..iU>t: slitLUDDEX&

aLe ia t..e ,'. :. Clarkson he has not been able to di.rx'y rid r,'ad.!:: to the J.oI\hr or p p p.,
town \vhor r > .inky : sales grip World.Otluniu.i. going new life and ixw etnugth.BLOOD I : BATES
\'rl.lt.1o :l .v... its ....Ifl."flll..' fa: 1.< 1. the ball properly since he hurt his lingers at

head\.".J negro is jav ii>_* away a::.: !I. Pittsburg.Pittaburg:: Eta; ineers anti 1-ireuit-u. POISON SOl TNFEC "tU'C HOU': 1A54T.; 59.Q .

('(Jtltn g; an unknown roll"All The iiUidt ) has signed; its new men-Pitcher Oti uuw.., Iowa, July '!1.-Ho e and: Mu.r- :

I'hilr"l.: Uj matter how du..kv ia hut'. sLte \\' Staler, Third Baseman Cleveland and First pLy. and Hall were L ere Thursday roOTllU..:. ("C-edinaswnr': f orm : c.> :.""r'- i"rCspwit! !, I i NEVI & USEFUL DIGRESSION.

I.':: .g?. Longer;: hair: aquiline mn"'-'+ Baseman lkckl.:}. The engineers; and firemen: hereto are opau"td Er>!':ptLis, lore 'h:1.' 1.:' n .ml. Pan Ianti I I

and S: alter mouths with thinner lips are dei-larina the strike off, and at a meetlgvoted cuen up bv t.e pnMr- In01... ca-e-
the Harry Wright; has had over one hundred t-crofuluj" Ulrt-rs 1.r.>ktu' r.i'. tt. j.an; w s a 1 I .
rult players on the Philadelphia pay roll since Le: against doing so. r"- of coTiiptio. : a bottle of P P. P. wad I ha\- :4.ll-.l too IJl.1'Utnl .'. .te. j .1 Wit, -.,. ... .\ :,-d.... +
.
.
Those 1'iocurtd, and the who have small Leads j
unusually became manager; of the club. I'ars I :i\ Mo.-r.--. a tftir .. t I'acirar...)tt' 10L.cru .
to Uoycottc
nay take comfort from the statement of a There have been successful >e and 1'1-! It ,.'.Ilr..n'... 'of }'4U"C'of..l 1(JII.. i
London more pitehersdeveloped "E\V YORK. July :&-The total amount ..,, .
exchange. It says that "seven" Lt.ingthent'era ; :Not .>u" &f.>( H'.riua furi- i.'i"'": a ir' l .4 'k 10'
this year than ever before Nearlyall tf nio'w t vr.tritute.1 through; Mayor SUtonri mid an ass< rin.mt H! < aI,.I\ at:.1 t.'", ",,,(,.
et'izeof:1 bC'lll:15
-
red his mans of mcasl'v fourdistinguished the graduates from the minor leagues:: are Hewitt for :bud "f O. M. Hartt the l>...vcutteti And in all Affection cf the Eoo! .l. r P P. rtands i t.uur\ >ci-s.,rp.tek..: and table c'ull..rl1a\.
teen fiat "it appears that out doing:: fine work. The three strike rule has oliueicaker, IS tl.5'a.'O, about ;.">'si alone al.<1 u"riI.L a'id tore tf its cites are I in': di'pl'a' M ti *- abe.ve at 1!.% >rw sti.Tr.VaIt-
jierbonages, two (Lord ready woud'-rfu1. inutoiitniif, TilnHl, you are rr.lwtt-
Ohelmsforl and Dean Stanley: ) were below, helped the young: pitchers. being received yesterday. If \(n gaffer from anything like SvjLili. Srrofsla. I: ullv ins ited to.11> and examuif tilt .amr" to iH..Ijronrt

chile two more Lord BeaconsGeld and the Reckoning tbe season at six months John B.ood: I'li**JI1. t 1oer'. OM Son--. libtnmatisra : : ..-U as to price and (qnal>. IIOLtotb..r you boy
Pnnccof"all'l Clarkson, Boston's 10.000 pitcher who will or any disease cf the Lloo.1. Lc sure and or not WATCH P.LP.UI.IX J'IAI.TY.
;) were exa"thup to the av- gave; P. P. P.. a trial 'I' latest approved In+tmmtit and Tool.., and "Myear
::t13ft. Of th. otber-. Dickens, Selbourne probably not pitch more than an average of Ho h a ttrprht P. P. d'nckly Ash, Poke :Root and Pota.- *' j r.cttc.l "'I t-ra.cc r u, the w lili amid iewetry

required T>' Earl Russell, 7:1; two games a week during the season, vail be rte Jt\ disappears h :..r r elun) i!! no Kcret'patvnt zaediciue like the many I Lnmnt.t. I halt parr .0 p&u..I&I"II": ... plta.r .$
LJrdTIght ; paid the handsome wages of CC3.SCJ; an t '. .. : .::.!:.,: bsi la .*!-,.. on the market. Its formula is on every bottle : t." articlf and ]iric"" or lu-j".irin;:, and nor.. TU'FIlIT
aulay, Gladstone and Thackeray, '" ( thus pivin a guarantee of its runty and uhoeeis .\ F.'IK s\EE o. V -fit I'\r&'S16) .
$5.55 minute for his services. : :
hour
n; Louis or a
1'hihppe, ?s4', and the archbichop I-OIlle: that i'f> other blood punier dOC give. '
(.
tf YuckSfull: ... \.- W. ( .1.THE IUtI .



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1 \.

\ THE FLORIDA STAR, THURSDAY, A .CT. 2, 18S. .
4 t


I f r people and to improve their social con- !' cfnefTn which Has wrapp;..i, rt r
' THE FLORIDA STAR. clear golden yellow fruit expected. t SIOUX BRAVES PROTE TS. the floor. Before he could fall t..

1 1I The crop will be handled in a better i( dition. lIe wa called the working ; inbill fired the ball striking recover Bh-k-Ut.t it Lnk.

PUBLISHED EVERY TI1rIt DAY. i ir manner than ever before. There will be i'' man's friend. Such was Ashley Cooperthe : the arm. They clinched and stru;:.- ',i f"sometime
THEIR '
AGAINST THE OPENING OF
fruit trains from Florida to this i seventh: Earl of Shaftesbury. '! Lookmbill at last mmacock -...l .
special
ELLIS B. WAGER liter add Pl Iisher. i iSl.r RESERV;.TtON. : his weapon again, and shot 1:13l'k"i
city, and large; shipments will be sent to I Later still another man passed to his ; twice through the body. Either -h,,t w nu A

I : reward. In his days he was for 1 1a have been fatal
The
'O per A 11 num.Entcrtdattht Europe on the fast steamers. exporting younger The ('mnrul! ..Appointed HT for I'resl-

I I of oranges was inaugurated la-t long time a hopeless drunkard, :o degraded -; .\ Fireman and Uralirtiiaii .
fit Titunillen* t deut Confer With the Tribe At Standing Ktir.tBIRMINGHAM.

Pott Ojpre year, and was most succe ful. that when his wife and children \.ucy-Spcot'C'1u'" Made 11) CJiirf. Ala., July ?... -.v faccident .-......,

t Ser-ljTLt/-CltU8 Matter.QIMKE I line of dead in the house he resorted to occurred at Truss; ville, a -tat.1, J
lay ,
for direct
r Arrangement a ( (fall Gra..". nil dead and OtSi"-.. the Alabami Great S-uth m r,td.1 !z:

make.\ column.Is one Inch in space; :24 squares I j-tearners between Jacksonville, Fla., and strong drink to drown his grief. One STANDING ROCK AGEXCY, D.tk Ju7: .- miles from the city by whioa a I ...t.!.?!r rlv"and

t'oradvertl'ing a : rutfesenqnin'ofthe Editor Liverpool will probably be made before dahe W:1' met by a good quaker who i, All is excitement on the :Sioux re-ervat.on.: eight biz cars were II!'ral""i n:; i tw.

two cent stamp. and Never since' the of the tact men, Fireman R C. Ivey. f t*HI ,-\',
always enclosing I the opening of the season. One section pervaded him to take the pledge, granting great Brakeman ant
STAR is the OFFICIAL newpaperfor of land to the Indians at the close of the,> Alhger, of 'naitin '-i, Ar,
THE
: audience he told
furni-h soon after before a large .
in Florida guaranteed to j : killed. Tri breaking of the .iris,
; r .1 ,
i u;:
IJrcvanl county.The Sioux war, have the Indians teen sa thoroughly ::1
50/Jft boxeof oranges for export. ,; the story of the miserable life he had trucks of the engine caused the '.>' .
Star hay the Larsc-t circulationof i awakened or the whit settlers
coast of I'In.TITUSVILLE been lea din This man became the' ,
any paper on the East i ;, deeply inteiested It ha be?n suppe 1 bya
--- ---. :======-=-====== I famous Americas, : A BRAVE ENGINSgRHe .
: : most
==-:= _: : = .\. Good Maxim.Fluf't'lf : temperance great inajjrty of the reaJing: people that
.
P'tC"I"V. I) plitbr. Star: !!! leeturerAt: his home he had fifty : the Sioux reservation, containing :!2,0",0ooacres :stands to HU Post tn the I..hr, flat

TOWS OF I thou-and autograph- per-on- who ]had of land was open for settlement by the Sated the l*".*..u..u.CnTT. .

, \fayor-fj.pnr.r, F. Atkwimn.: B P.umph.clerkII. >IP.-"Be sure you are right then go :1-igned t the pledge under his influence.Xeed recent act of congress, but the clause makingit ;: \\ W.Julv. -:.-Tw.. ?.." ::,

Mar:tia1 and Tax Collector-T. VT Smith.IJftfMJJ'R I ahead" was the adage of Davy Crocket, '! neeessiiry to secure the 'Onen of thr"e drelly colore l men Friday wrvck i the IIrn-
.\ F Gray.AldermanR. : I tell ;'ou'that this man w a- John fourths of the Indians may keep the land
11. Iay. P.. P.1'addlson! P. L. Gaul- and while it is immortal we find it quite itt'lll'a..5en e-r tram on the East T -nnosj .
from the domain
den. J. 3I Itfxol1. I. B. I:1YPtow.Toren I 1 therefore these': B. Gough ? IIi..la-t w ordw ere''young public for many year- Virginia & Georgia railroad at Bu: S 'riu',
Thursda night of neb difficult to follow ; The corauii-ion appointed b\ President
CoII&Cll meet 5f"CODli i take record clean." l li : thirty miles f rum this .
man care to keep your Cleveland to confer with the Indians ha ar- city, and if tb::v ar..
month I! few side remarkthat I beg !leave to
;; i! In mi-sionary records) the name of Dr. : rired > not lynched by a mob, they bare: their m<.'w,
ciiruciiE-
FiratI"rfabytrrianCbnrrh, Pine ftreet wit of make, i ito get right. >', Jud-on still survives. While he wa- in j jI Nearly the entire 5,000( Indians of thi'S' in a n O'e. which will soon' h ti ht""-it.

W./Ohinllfnn anon" Srti@ every Sunday at II I Fellow citizens of this 13th senatorial agency; are camped within two miles i if Fort the law. Engineer GritKn bad thi- train thing -
t tmi
nn.lay Scbnol !tZO 8. m. : I college he became very anxious to be a Yates amt additions their numVei-s along at the rate of nui! >
sum. and 7:30 p. m. eter.in at '.':. O. i district of Florida, let us understand to are forty < ai Lur.
+ Pr2lr"r Ufet1n Perry Wednwday ;;incited.MASONIC : : ,-ii'iary to the heathen. lie and i arming hourly. Without regard to the and when it iart-l! around the curve near
Par**"'. All are fordlafrr | each other. This senatorial district
roy. ,
ter l1)hn j i 1 three friends made their wi-he* known j merits of the proposition made by the government the :witch haw to his honor that: it tw

j, comjo-ed of the counties of IJrevard and and with no definite unlerstulllin;: been miai.lactd. Th brave Miowits." !.

l Indian rarer I.o-l_". T. k \. 31. meet month.J. the. Fri I Dade, is the large-t district i in the State I and thiled to the et: 1i-hment of the j ji of the prop-j-otl treaty, the tribes gathered death staring: him in the fa*..-, reuiaiitnl, it

Ur Pre on')r prior to full moon A, A purr f IKWABT W :31. j i American Board of Commi--ioner- for t here op r-e the opening of the reservation his po.t, knowing;: that unless the ih 1 .:

-. MKDKt- .--- --6N- -- ----- and i larger than some of the New Engi : foreign mis-ion-. He wasent: to HurI Sitting Hull is the only well known Indian the tram 'n'8l ne.l there might tn1'',, "t f

in the county ,i land i'tatethat have more Congre.... i i not present, and he will be brought lip left life among the pl.: ...;.,a erDi: .pi> L. -! i
THE situation i; 1 -t-ttled i
political mah and .
at Rangoon
'I men than we are entitled to, and al-o finally the agency for a hunt, but it is I eheve-1 they forts the tram left the track an 1 1'1- Mn':neplungwt i
uf Dade seem to be fretting into a worse : For thirty-even yearhe preached and > oKi tri -ter bas been at work unions the down the! mbanktai!. ( inP-halt
t
, shape as: each !succeeding week i'aeby.. j i r have their State -enatorand<< representative taught and labored in every* way. | Indians of other agencies AOWIII;:: seeds of of Griffins -Lull: was torn a'.Tt\ and the i

Club and the Fleming to represent them, while tin- discord and urging them to oppose the meas poor fellow is yet alive! but mss ,t li'f t
The Democratic StlinetiIneenduring. ; cruel j'er-ecution- ;! Fireman Hill alreceived .
of IJrevard and Dade UreU fatal i :t .r'ull"i iJune" : ,
Club-or, in other word, the Ewan and i great territory : for theake of helping tho-e who knew iI i ii The In Irin- called a council Sunday, and No J::is-w tli'rs were i' ;;urt The i

Anti wan con..titnents-tre ]laving a counties mu-t content her-elf with only : not (rod's word.) When he went to his in the center of their vast city of tent, switch had btu-n tuu: t-rt..1 with r._; tw-r,|. '

one repre-entame in the Upper Hou-e i which were pitched at daylight Sun'lay ore :
first-class quarrel.It home above he left converts'
It numerou- JUornin they formed the circle, which was detectives There is a strong jintaM/-:
of the State Legi-lature. certainly
: i- not a nece:;try duty of our- to 1 from heatheni-m, trained native a--i--i !t corniced of wagons;: ::, ponies and nearly fire that they will be lynche ,
but the a great re-pon-ibility to re-t upon one thousand Indiana The Indians selected t
decide which is wrong or right. : tantand a translation of the Bible into ,
ELECTRIC PNEUMATIC
1 feel embarra,ed Chiefs Gall John Gro. iUd. D-ar TUB=3
that the Fleming Club I man. He mu-t certainly i : BigHead ; ;
fact i i. apparent i i nUrm(-e. The-e were only a few results
to undertake to l legi-late for this people I Ii and Running Antelope for their! oratorsat An Intention by lea n, uAMu h Mtil i.
and < taunchetDemocrat I
oldest
has on its list the > ; of his blessed work. : the cOlluuis.-iolll'Onferel1t.'e.
sent at I.ii
htning:; -peed.
a., :' of that county, which roe a withuch a long range of undevelopedcountry ;, Far away on the i ilandin the Pacific !i ii Jotiti Grass, one of the head chiefs, was NEW YORK. July :': .-.:\ young wan
in that will satil the tir-t to He advised the Indians to .
a give: -- speak
Ions; way Awards convincing: many who ; way ; ocean i ia land of workers, who have left : Henry C'lav. is at work m a .ut.cPilar at tMUronaway
i careful m what the eomnm
Jn'llrevard there i i.. truth in I l faction and happy prosperity : and yet they say to ; making an etr, ,trw |.i.. utiiatu
that
lire i i the facts of dear father, mother, brother, :J Ji felon, and, no matter \'hat.is ::>aiI. to make .
claLn3TtU
i tube, xvhicn he he It'I t
improvement -
1 will have to it if he dies in '
their statements. one man try i i and si-ter, knowing that possibly they no decision until mature consideration. : on that in u.b: Ear .' Hn
Club Democrat" thinks our the attempt. Who will do it. or who : Mad Hear another of the great !lief!:, npeated *-
Fleming ; them again and knowing says:
never -cc
may that the whites had broken all former
\\ideof the I can do it to the bet advantage ? Ure\'ard! 1.-1 "I can star: !: a letter or rw"3'l": : fmui
item of July 12th, was :- too that the I ionaryhip can i treaties with the Indians, and at the close of
: hereto ban Francisco at noon and it Wilt
needs, attention. We think \ -ay- she has a man who ought to do it, ; his speech there were numerous of
w mark that it the news of the outside world but once aear. grunts arrive there nt 1 o'clock, just orw hour tag

that for this same cau-e it 5not necesfviry and Dade thinks:, -he! has a man who \ The petipletowllotntlieygoare in !I appliu-.e from the circle. jag the difference of time into ("01It31.br&tlm
;
this time the council had
contained i should do it by right-. j Up tto been quiet I began to study out a plan whereby tw,
t criticize it, fur it : the lowest i'ttgeof !heatheni-m, awl yet and comparatively cold. The applause, ..
tube and :
a positive a negstiv" pr-vi.l
merely the expre-ed opinion of a -ingleindividual. j' Admitting all thifellow citizen*, I the missionaries are contented and hap- which u given by grunts and gutteral explosion with switches. operated initially tr
the question to IJrevard countyAre : was mild but when Mad Bear took his .
put :
or from anv enN intermehat.
starting
point
; py in their blessed work Ijecau-e they -l'e i I and Chief Gall the
look not willing for Dade l to come seat. : arose majestically station ('olcl(l b made to 'A'.rk li.ISM .
Thi quarrel hacane.i thingto I you up i! tile people] turning from their idols to the i Indians ent wild. Gall is the handsomestand for
1cumi patents thi- uutr;
Mn1etbin: like this to the people of Bre- !I here and try her strength in the convention wor-hip of the true God. i most commanding; Indian of the tribe, and E',rope for the |wrfcf\l ullt'

yard : No matter whichule should -uc-1 and give her a party courtesy! :? If In order to ell) a bK! 'seed work eveiy ': and as a hell general: the Ciuter tad all the brilliant for > and tday 1 have coo-I.-te-l! m%

-o then I a-k the honorable! executive maneuver during campaign, experimental: switch and it w \".., I.** u
ceed in capturing a solid delegation: to ,! : one will not be required to forsake home { which Sitting Bull was given credit charm."

convention IJrevard; dele i committee of IJrevard county: Have : He is unquestionably the finest living Indian ,
the September but do ,
or suffer IJt'recution.;, we can a ; Mr. Clay leave for Califor.n i ats n
called the citizens of IJrevaid i orator and his speech at this council ishronounersd
latest would not nofeel thatuch a 1 they : ;great work by clearing! ; the rubbish from I the be the as the Broadway tubes are start-1 A company
wi-he- county to come together and nominate : by interpreters to headed by Messrs. Tiffany a., i !Lcleihas
the agreed ; :
represented
delegation our 'Wti du+irs. Everone. will not be mo-t eloquent ever delivered on the reserva the fr mchi<< for San Prancuco allli a I

I of Dade. In such a .tate of :affairs;> this j a senator' or is it understood that Dade' required to go among; the wild of India tion.. At the close of Gall' speech tha aj>- joining: cities )Ir. Clay has had more .'ipi

would the people of Dade expert lirevard I com(*- along, anyway ? If I understand or Africa but all can be faithful worker- plane was savuely enthusiastic. .' tal offered him than woul put a bra,... Mil!
abut executive After speeches by Running Antelope, High tng e r ire! around the earth
i anything
usagethe ;
to bow to her ? Most certainlye party at home.. We can do a ble-:'ed work by ; hear and others, and the reading; of the pro-

think not with any rea-on. j I committees of the respective counties helping tho-e who cannot help them- I j pxj-ed treaty which was printed ri the HIOUX Fee.ne.111 AVere Urou'n..1

If Dade could have unanimously been I should have an organized senatorial district j language, Mad Bear again adlre-sed the Los ANGELES CaL, July7 -:XU,ut -
-el)1. circle, and called upon all opposed to giving'' ween ago A. Lund and Ur>th-r aol foul
unite on inc man, and come into the committee, and this committeework R.; MAHAITL\ I
consent to the: treaty to rise. Every Indian others left San Pedro in au open boat foi
I convention in that manner there ino in concert with the county executive ,. I in the circleprang to his feet with a whoop a trip around the Catalina Isltrnis.tbe Monday

doubt that the courte-y due them of I committee" Hut, if I am )lhOIlI"lH. and this jj rformance was sj satisfactory to ; boat was found bottom up on the L lLinJ.

the orators that: it was repeated three time-t! Several fisherman who arrived at Sin: l'ir.
the first nomination or complimentary wrong, then tell me what right has J There i is very little news thiweek but I '
lacing ; Tue pacificpeech of the day was mate by unday reported seeing a boat containing
.
ballot would have been accord- Dade county to come up here, outside of ,! certain matters are in progress that we I Running Antelope, who advised hu people to five or six persons capsized duriag a .;;tit.

t.41.rnJ( appearance are that manyof any organization that we -hould recog i will notice as soon practicable.. lie can and deliberate in the conference but they were unable to rescue tit' -cu
with the commi-sion i 'It ibeIiev sJ that this was the
the Democratof Lake Worth prefer nize, and i\-\ a -eat in this convention on | We received a call last week from Mr. i pant Lund party and that they were all dr.j wael

:\ good man from IJrevard to )Ir. Ewan. the r th day of September, 11'\, ,-? For : A. II McMillan, of Sanford, who ha I ACROSS-THE--PACIFIC.
P"t ,:1!- ,': (.V-eiail i .- now a:! ..t w:'
With this assumption those of IJrevard my part I want her to come and join ui, i i 1 been rusticating in tile NarrowExpect : Cholera at Honk HoIi."lnuari. In' frtenis n tue strain ....;u>ht i U"p" ,"ia.S .

who were of a liberal spirit toward our and I further tru-t that the action of the i the "-kcetcr:," will drive him out -oon. lander in Corea.
mister ht1een unifiedo to convention will breed no -orehead:;-let I! SAN F\NCISCO, July 2b.-The steamship ':, lami"Ht '''1''- c'o: .e at hand readyrve:
county Weel. Mr. J. B. Beach i is hard :, of Pei'km from
City Hong Hong and Yoko- .deir Democratic It
; I the pros t. the laity
the nominee be from the J Ilaulover!
speak, with their neighbors, and although at work, improving hi- property heie. I i hama arrived here Thursday. She will be i i a big: ti-h siniuld att nnt t. |Hil hun .. eriKKird.

\\v, personally, have nothing :l lint'Mr. Cape Florida. There are few harder) working young I' quarantined for three days on account of ; .

Euan, the fact becomemore ap- Your, etc., men than John and we hope he will the reports of the existence of cholera in : Fitlhng Dickey of Nichjlajville Ky
| tobicccu'S't.r "s not believe that! i ignorance
nominationwill N. C. liUYAX.I5Ie i Hong Kong
hip
that
jcirent every day achieve well deerveducetss minnow : is a pr *iM.tr of blm. lie ignorantly
,. She brings advices giving the particulars .
be almo-t an impossibility i unle-! bought tob.ic'-o stamps of i print party la-
enterpri-e.: II cf the emente Seoul the of Corea'i!
: I in capital .
the earth trembles and the heavens fall. ed Work. I stead of dealing directly with Undo .G1.I
Well, the mosquitoeS have come at la-t. >:i which occurred on June -'0. It originated;: I,I and is j tiled! by the oil mn's enii3MltW:

--- -- Work i is a perpetual exertion toaccom-1 l! Friday night of ]lat week they appeared i|! in the revival of the absurd rumors directed therefor.

riorida: Oranges. pli-h a desired: end. All: honest work is against! foreigners. During the fiscal ending June Jt>.
thousands) and have i year
by managed to keep i ii
Wi A" )'. \\orM.\ a fulfilling of God's law. Of the thousands J!I The Gazette states that some Chines i 1SS5, the import received in the United
herself in i i full ranks every night -ince. They are spread a report that a number of Corean States exceed that of our export* by 1r: .

Florida promises tourpa-: of men who areanually coming upon not troublesome in the day time nor in ;:! children had been purchased by American I W,5Z; the former being ITQ'M.lVthe : ana

the production of orange this -ear. The the stage of action there are but few who missionaries, put to death and boiled for latter ?I;'ti74,619. The total value of
houses that -crt'euelIIJUt it i inot
planting of new orange groves, which has: do not choose: some calling or profes-iou ', : medicine. This report greatly excited the I the imports and exports shows au increai
;, comfortable sitting out on the verandah I natives, and the government, anticipatingan
;
:
been carried extensively for the of $l l,3:;6,7-f3 over preceding years.
ono 'fll.relre various kindof work. The
outbreak, took the of
i at night now. precaution callingin i Near East St. Louis III, Thursday *wn-
last five years, is now beginning to aftect farmer 1)1.1him: -('1f in preparing foodto I the mi
the crop. The total acreage of the :Florida nourish the ody. The manufacturer j What delightful weather we have here, and placed them in an out of the way ered the bodies of two children floating near

is estimated at eighty thousand I so much more pleasant than the northern place for safety. Nine Corean officials who by. The children were about ux mono:
carrie the
cotton wool flax
groves or with
were charged consummating the sale of
ummer.A letter received from j I old, and appeared to be twins. They were a
and the number of trees at 3,0,- through different\ proce--es and makesthe I the children were siezed by the infuriated boy and a girl. The girl's throat tad been ,

(QO.<<' The schemes of the landboomershave material for clothing. The builder South We-tern New York, dated July populace and put to death by decapitation.The cut, but there were no marks of violence 03

induced new arrivals to set out trees make houses to shelter the worker- i U'th, says "we have been havingom"e News execution of the took outbreak place in was the public sent by street.theforeign !, the boy. The case u supposed to he doable

in soil that is not congenial, and hun- I It i ib this way all through life. Every j warm weather, but it i- very cold now, residents at Seoul to Chemulpo to I infanticide. ,I

I dred-of acres of carefully planted grovestrill j honest labor has the good of others for 1 had a killing frost ten mile: from here the commanders of the foreign war vessels A Deputy Sheriff Lynched. u' .t:_
I
there and assistance requested. On the WAHPETON, Dak, July AMi: 'Uow"
three nights None of that for Joseph night
never produce fruit in large enough j its foundation, and each in a different I ago. -i of the kith inst., the men-of war, Essex, Korbel was shot and killed by Deputy Sheri

quantity to pay for cultivation. The i way i is doing something for his own i benefit : if you please. ;j American and the Aspec French, and a Rus- L. S. Elmer Wednesday eveniug. No P"the

good lands, however, will produce a crop and at the same time benefiting oth- | The many friends of Dr. "". T. DuBose sian cruiser landed three detachments of .: vocation was given for the dewi, SDl eYeD'
men, who proceeded in separate bodies to populace became enraged, and all
this year that will not only exceed any erThese forms of work have rewards I and family will delighted to hear that i! Seoul to protest to the authorities there. I! ing the town was filled with angry tu-men'

former crop, but will be double the average largely in the outside things that cometo I they will hereafter spend the winter seaSOns : Meanwhile the Corean officials bad sent: |' and citizens, who threatened lynching. At of

crop. Last pear l, .'OooO) boxes were one in the form of wealth, re-pect and 1 in Melbourne. bodies of troops to guard the foreign consul- ; 2 o'clock Thursday night a ranked mob 8berif
ates. Further details are lacking. i> about one hundred men overpowered
produced, and about the same amount honor from his cotemporarie-. j The contract has been let for the erec- i The American man of war Juniata started Miller and Deputy Bronte, and took the

t the preceding year. The crop now on 1 There are another claof worker i I tion of a commodious--tory cottage;: from Chemulpo on June Jl to proceed to the i I murderer out. They carried biD W and the

the trees is estimated at from 2ouOooo, : \ whose rewardare not of this kind. A r i on the Dr'-. lot near the Epi-copal scene but went ashore near Gough island. :, bridge over the Bois De Sioux river recelY'
1 i j She was got off' safely on the following day : after asking if he wished to pray and
to 3,000.000 boxes. 1 few months j church. The hou-e will be built under att1
i ago the papers told uof a !i and proceeded on her way. ing the rely "No," he was strung up

ir The receivers of the oranges here say: S nobleman who had-pent a long life in -upervi-ion of an old experienced : During the week preceding July 2 ninety left to hang until daylight The sheriff tu*;*

that the crop will be at least 3,000,000), doing good. lie lir-t u-ed hi- influence contractor, Mr. L. Ely. ; deaths from cholera occurred at Hon I all he could to prevent I 'n"hers.the lynchIng who were, all r
Kong. would not fire at the
and may be !l:1fcr1,000,000 boxes. All J in behalf of the women and children : )Ir. Gardner S, Hardee, who with hi. '| his friend. ___
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AN ARKANSAS '
FEUD.
of the old ;groves are doing well, and '. employed ill the factories of England. family have l>een interviewing Jupiter Their Third 3IarrUje.NEW .

thousands of acres of new grove bear for : After -trugtrle he succeeded Melbourne Two Southern Gentlemen Have a Discn .-A private JbI..tcb
many year- mosquitoes stopped at on YORK, July M .

for the first time this year. The cultivation ;; in having the number of working 1 their return. We received a plea-ant cal I Ii )MEMPHIS fcion Tenn.-One is Dead.27. from London says that the Duke and 1i'jlt.UtJ 1)u.t.e of
July -Capt. James have bad the
of oranges i is much better understood : hour reduced, thus relieving them from i from Mr. Hardee His succesho .>'- Blackwood a wealthy farmer near Cotton their sof Marlborough established m. En.I'DJ. Tby
-
now than formerly. The tree are much ; cruel ion. The plant Ark., was shot and killed John : marriage the Vestry
i a oppre: : lunatics too : what ecu be done in Florida by tho-e by went before the registrar at dbaQ'

better cared for, and the quality of the : were the object of his especial! care. He : who have energy and staying qualitit-. west Lookinbill of this at Snapps city Friday.postoffice Blackwood, forty miles was Mount Saint Grosvenor rrcorJ Siuare' .,

I fruit greatly impro\ed. The rug et coloring i al-o took a great interest in the Ragged From a t'r't mall beginning Mr. II. ba the Krvght of Labor candidate for county i, and their marriage;: duly

4 of the oranges that had causedo : School Union and it isaid that three I in a few years' acquired a. competence.and judge and there had been a feud of long ChiaraN Life --areJ. ,,!.cr nol

much trouble to the growers inow saidto j hundred thousand children were re-cued !, Mr. H. him-elf is one of IJrevard's. standing latter having between heard him of and Blackwood's Lookinbill.threat The a dispatch NEW YORK from July Governor-Sbortlv Hill C'Jmm:1t4Jl tkI Z t

; be under control. A small inject' is j from neglect and vicious habitthrough 1! moot influential citizen It i-necdles-to to kill him, demanded an explanation of j the sentence of Chiara CID:1r hllit.ar.+'- .

"Ii i said to be the cause of the blight. The his influence. He was constantly trying add that he is a good Democrat. Black wood i Italian woman who murd-red her wwa t 1

:i! trees are being -pnned this year and I I to maintain the peronaliht: of the- !j' U. D'oxcuu. The latter reached for his revolver, and in i to imprisonment fer tar woxun'wu cuunscL r
It t I twin!; to di-pngag it from. the L3:1I!: ker- \\nliiu\. Kcwtthe



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THE FLORID.ST.H., THURSDAY, AUG. 2, 1SSS.ISVKSTIGATINTi ;)

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TRUSTS.; ment not accounted for abroad, is $Gt; ))03,000: i Gernian courts as indicating the marriage of i;
DHXATIOX; AROUSED I El:01p "VV"nntoc1.:
worth of property held in this country, an I II the czarewitch to the Kaiser'ssister, Princes i'

-- accounting for which has not been rendered. I I I Victoria. In this view it is expected that \ M

the betrothal will be announced when the A readable COLO1IKD WOMAX
ntSTILLERS BEFORE THE HOUSE The First Lady of the Laud. i i IN LONDON BY THE ARREST OF JAMES | I

COMMITTEE ON MANUFACTURERS.; MARION, Mass., July 30.-Mrs. Cleveland i ireceive I O'KELLY, M. P. ; czarewitch supposed to its have Berlin.a tender But then regard Victoriais for I j WANTED to V'ook.iA\ and! Iron.

no visitors The weather was in- !j Alexander of Battenburg. i Family small. For partieulsrsaddrese
clement. It is expected that she and Mrs. j #
What Iirs Been Done ".a. Not Intendedto Folsom! "ill attend an entertainment given i The Nine Hundredth Anniversary of the May Live Again in Sweet Itloom. G. Loutrel! Lucas, Eden, Fla.

Control the Markets or Limit I'ro- by A. \\'. Nickerson: of Boston, at his magnificent I Introduction of Christianity Into Itusii NEW YORK, July 2?.-A rather curious '-If.

c1ndinll-prol'erty Wrouzfelly Held bytU. country place on the other side of Celebrated-Turkey Itiilldiiiq; Fortification lisp Osition has been made of the ashes of -- ----------- -

.. (;:,cerement-tt'a.hfu' ;ton N>w". the bay. Tho event is looked forward to | Edward E. Munch, who was incinerated at '
I *-Foreign "otes.
Sl'artscrts, July :#'J.-The house com- I with ear interest by the summer residents j the Fresh Pond crematorium, in Long ; ARTESIAN WELLS.N.
of the vicinity as to be LONDON: JulyThe arrest of James j Island 19. His .
manufacture* r sunie-i its in\ likely something un- on July ashes, weighing
JI11tt.4. 0:1 into trusts, taking; up the sti-I mrpas-1 in its way. Many notable people O'Kelly, member of parliament, the discussion j about five pounds, were, in accordance with !

rtuo.i first witness Mr. J. M.Atbert0a are also coming out from Boston. The | of the last few days in the house of i his wish, and those of his wife, scattered |
t. The wa.s. i spread is furnished by Boston's most famous commons of the Parnell commission bill, and i over one: t-f the tl.>wer !eds on the lawn in :

a distiller of Louisville.knowle Mr. caterer, i.nd Sullivan's cidet hand provide I tbe wholesale evictions which have taken front of the retort house, where" they are i C. BRYAN & CO.
Atherton disavowed any Ige whatever the dance music. J | still plainly! discernible.
JI place in Counties Clare and Galway, from j ;
whisky trust, or combination toadvances I
of Are
a prepared to contract for LeArte.sian
The arrangements which have '| BONFIELD'S SUSPICIONS. the Vandelcur and Lewis estates, have combined Disastrous Itallroad Wreck. any > ,

entered into between distillers was for 'I to revive the for some time dormant LYNCHIH'RG, Va., July 2 ;.-A terrible I. Wells mal Water Supply: an-1
been than to affect market prices. lie ItelievvH Julianu 3Iost to H. the ArchConspirator. public interest in Irish affairs. !i accident occurred on the Norfolk & \\gestern '
other purpose I 1 solicit corroponiltfiuv ;rr heap rt'rID'"
lie said that an arrangement: bad been entered I While no act of the government or itsI railroad Forest depot, al>out eight |

into between the distillers for the distillation CHICAGO, July 2S.-There is a !' servants can or will heighten; the exasperation I! mile from this city at one o'clock, Sunday ij !

vl fine whiskies. It was tint in the if no more, that the prosecution of iLilitY'1 of the Irish peasant, the temperature of I j[ moruiu Ten men were killed. A freight j at'I'I'I'I' 1"ILLE Fist
which left Lynchburg, Saturday night ; ,
hemian i |
Distiller association dynamite
result in
of the Kentucky conspirators may -,
who toward
hatred
form e England and all things J
i about collided in
the purpose of which was tu:;ree upon} 1 the capture au.l punishment of more important 'j midnight, a cut near Forest
falls below the L .
English never iing! point, depot with an eastbound material train
-,mts of law ruKtructina. j
tertiaicbal !
The some principal political p work of this asociation criminals. Appearances point tot i iJOHAXN the feelings of the average L .n'ioner, be he causing ;. complete wreck of both trains.I NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC.

-organized in iVTij:;;-was to ask congress Homo Ruler or Tory, ebb and How with the :; Engineer* Henry and Harris. Darnley, the j

ut"II''1 the bonded j ?riod. No action was i tide of excitement which current events :i:{ fireman of the material train, and seven j
to
tkii by the association to control the may pr< ltwe. I j colored train men, whose names are unknown : Ii you have any
ever Amount of manufacture. The orKarii// wtwbirh i M1.r 1 I If matters are quiet in Ireland, he dismissed ; were killed. Fireman Mays, of the freight !

succeeded the Kentucky association, ,,0t, 'J. from his mind ail thoughts of her i I train, was fatally injured. The conductor I OLD FDENTTDEE a

and whHi/ i... now in operation, never funnel I 014,,. :I Ii sufferings or her needs, but the moment 'I j escaped with slight bruises. The accidentwas ,

a trust, coint-OiUtion or other urauiz.&tiollcontrol something occurs to invite general attention ,I :, cuuie.l, it is claimed, by the conductor I Such ai

tie manufacture, sale' or market: for ,, to that unfortunate portion of the empire i of the material train misunderstanding I

..hisl:}. :1 the lines l'ComoS'sharply drawn and the i I orders. CHAIRS.

The great list of distillers in Kentucky- couldron of partisan passion boils viciously. I Chiiiiimeii Crossing the Border.I '

bou' !fJ; in all: -are small distillers, making 1 While nobody sympathizes with Capt. Van-I KLLENTOWV, W. T., July CS.-News has I J SOFAS

about three: barrels a diy, mashing! ; probably deleur, the notorious Clare absentee land i reached here of a continued How of China-i i ORGANS.

qty Iwrivls a day. They are, run in conjunction lord or cares a rap whether he gets his rent ior i j men into the United States across the border J

with farms. None of these men are not, every Tory is roused to interest in 'i from British Columbia. The steamers of the j PIANO

in the a.oot :atl"lI. and do not enter anv ar- the successful; ejectment of the tenants from !j Canadian Pacific between China and Vancouver ;j I

ransenient for the suspension of work cr the his estate because they cannot or will not | bring hundreds of Mongolians every J I I BUREAUS.

procurement of legislation. Those in the organization pay the sums he demands, while every Horne | two weeks. After landing they go eastward

: ; those who have signed the agreements Ruler is:, convinced that the unfortunate into British Columbia. They work their I j! BEDSTEADS.

mash from a hundred bushels a day victims of the bailiff ought to retain their way across from Osooyos lake down the I Or other
upward- Those who have signed to closedown holdings wbether they pay or not. Okanogan river through a number of placer I any Furniture that youvih i

in Kentuckydurin; July would<< make The arrest of Mr. O'Kelly has created i mines, that are monopolized by Chinese, and RE-VARNISHED AND POLISHED.
about three and a half million gallons in more excitement and aroused a greater de- I eventually find their way to the settlements
ISSS. The meeting of Kentucky distillers in 1, gree of indignation than even the arrest of i of the whites. Call I on the uinlerijrne i l. at the hea l
... Louisville to limit i Mr. Dillon did and doubt the comments i ______
May is t at agreed production no Four Births Within a, Year.I of Main Street, Titn.\'ilIl'. where 'c.n
in the year lfcS' to tl, OJClOO, gallons i upon the government's action in his case
I HAKTFORD, Conn., July 27.-\Irs. PatrickI can have all or of the altovc articK-
any
which will form the
so as to improve the age, but although the I: subject of league'
effort has been! mado there is littla prospect MOST. speeches in Ireland during the next fort I Connorton gave birth to a child October 4 made to look as well a* New ; or will!
Joium Most as the arch conspirator. His will insure the last. It livid but one week. To-day she
for carrying out that agreement. night arrest of other mein- call at roiilcnees
trial show at intervals all the :, lert of the house who gave birth to triplets, all girl, making four when work can lint lie
There is in Kentucky he said, 1..,:I UOOO, through plot. : as yet have formed
State's and definite idea of babies in less than ten months. Mrs. Con- moved! Also>> all kinds of Ornamental
gallons of whisky, still in bond that was Attorney Longnecker Inspector j no defying the government
made in I""C; about fifteen million gallons Bonfiold are pretty well satisfied with the by indulging in seditious utterances express- I norton was married eight years ago and has Sign Painting; a specialty.3EL. .

made in Ito7, and probably throe and a outlook as to the four Bohemians, but their I fug their indignation at its action and cons I had seven children, all living but one.

half million gallons yet in bond, which was hearts yearn for Most. They are convinced s j tempt for its officials. Boat Race.BAKHIS -\iV" :E.N C> .

made in the present current year. All thisis that he belong: in the dock with the Bohemians I I Out., July i8.:: -The boat race between 'I'itxtaille. Flu.VAPORATdRS. I
fine Kentucky whisky, and the tax mu"t and no stone will be left unturned to The ::iuo Hundredth Auni\er ary.I II George W. Lee, of New York, and H.I 1.. If.I .

be paid on the most of it within the next put him tl'-re. This will be a diilicult mat I I I KIEF, July JS.-The nine hundredth anni- >. Wi-e, of Toronto, distance three miles,
thirty days. There is in Europe about threomillion ter and timy do not pretend to deny it. 1 versary of the introduction of Christianity was won by Lee in :)):20. ;1-'dxrJ:::rSw.. ... .

gallons, made from 1SSI to 1S&J, and Neither will they move toward hi;- arrest until into Russia was celebrated here with great SOa..G-EI-U': 1:
between' five hundred thousand awl one mil- his crime can bo charged home to him pomp. A number of bishops and deputa- I I THE FIFTIETH CONG l SS. I F

lion gallons made in the years 1''S; and I without chance of u miscarriage of justice. 'I tions from Asiatic and European Russia 1'rot-cod;s of Iloth Houses For th"\\

'8.;. It wa shipped abroad to evade the lion field is working steadily and patiently, were present. The ]leading ecclesiastics of One Hundred und hixty-Fifili Ity. ,

r tax., And was sent to tim Ifrrtnudas, to and with considerable!" hope of success. Considerable I j the Greek church were also in attendance i In the senate Mr. Sherman called up the LiCffl ::ILLS: ,
information which from the Hen. Ignatieff, as president of the Slav so- j .
t Hamburg and Bremen, Germany. nature -j bill reimburse depositors of the Fretdnsrnis :,,,',I
During a cross-examination by a member of things, cannot bi made public, is j eiety, took a prominent part in tho proceed- bank. Persons of African descent ." \ ""--
already in his hands and there is chanceat ins This: means vastly more than an ", Jf
of the committee, Mr. Atherton r\as asked a j alone to be tho beneficiaries. Tho hillwIl'a..st { ih5 _
are ... .
,
if any foreign article entered into the manufacture every turn that the missing links may be ordinary religious celebration.The !' >tl. The senate then t.luk up the ':>'."r..l'..!.." .J.... ,;.::.,-,::',JI,;'4:..-,... ."... .....-:-- .-..:,
: of Kentucky fine whisky, meaning pickeslup. It can be said, however, that political ambitions of Austria are inseparably
,' documents of various kinds found in the interwoven with the Greek church j fisheries treaty, and at 5 p. in. :"lj'IU'UC"l.In ; ; ;
t'uu-kif there was adulteration. :\0, sir; the hou.-e 11'X Mills tariff
It is the religion of the Slav and it is at a. m., the ; i d :
replied Mr. Atherton "nothing is put into possession of the prisoners lead the trial upon i bill was called upend 1'r.mlly: passed, after a ; 12 ;
the fact that the
of and of
peoples Bulgaria
outside of Chicago and in the direction of :-
distillation. It is pure. Our prohibition: ; I speech by Mr. \1il-ye.u! Hii, nays'--Li. A if/
New York. the other Balkan states profess that religion; :.;. .. ;":':'_ 30"" ....
n : 'J '
frienJj I ;
say, however, that there is a foreign motion to adjourn until Wednesday next "'JI -, .... .---__ ." 1" .
article into the whisky of Kentucky.: It {>cwr.lfrieuls of Rudolph Sevic, the Bohemian I rather than upon consideration ot"r.ice, that I : : ;
put voted down. The hoaiu ik .
was U' ; : i
:i itcoss t.I j. ; : :
,
gunsmith, who scheduled j|, the czar rests his claim to dominant -
is untrue. It is good enough as it is made, : property J! .
iUflll-\ until S p. m., the night; session boing; devoted ; !..--J ,
ence m the Balkans. The fact is the \ :::1.r
plain. I dui: believe there is, commercially i to the amount of $00,000, were accepted by : to the consideration of Indian rleprepatiou -s.-P- ; i)
speaking: any li:1CtorPllVhbky In the United Justice Lyon this morning as sureties on his ; are not Slav The church is the most potent I hill and Makers Supplies.
States Thi-re i< no object in doctoring. The bond of 7,000. Later Sevic's friends proI I engine through which operates; the Slav Syrup

whisky u u> cheap as the foreign article sen ted then i selves to the clerk of the criminal Benevolent society, which were better named One Hundred und Sltty-Si+ctla n..)'. For Catalogue and Copy cf Sorghum Grower's Ga'ufe: :

its-lf'l court to secure his: release. But as several Russian Conspiracy association.The In the senate a bill was reported for the relief Address CHAPMAN & CO., Madison: In-1

A* t.i the quantity of alcohol and whisky moro indictments have! been returned Metropolitan, Clement of Bulgaria, of j-arti'-s who have paid an excessive
manufacture in the United States, the wit- against him in which bail has not been is tho tool of Russia, nnd is in open opposition price: for government land. Mr. Dawes -TIIESELF -

ne-s ..:tit It aggregated about ;lJ"dOWU, gallon fixed, they were unable to restore him his to Ferdinand, who is a Cutholie. It is I male a !speech on the fisheries treaty. The:

II.,., year, and of this about .Tj.OJ'J.OJJ UI'I.NItII"M liberty. fortunate for the latter that of late years influence I conference report on the river and harbor HATI (

( gallons\ were consumed as u beverage. '1 he Itotub Did Not Work. over the peasantry of the villages has I bill was agreed to. The Jackson, Miss, election AUTO
He aotut *d that the iniuort! duty on j been divided between the school teachers and;' case was retorted. The president's: message
1 CHICAGO, July ':fS. -An unsuccessful attempt I
'
"111"\. was no protection to the tradn.Makers I j' the ignorant popes, as the priests are called. on the civil service report was }
of fine whiskies, however, would was made shortly after I 3 o'clock Indeed the schoolmaster's influence is domi- At 5:15 p. m. the senate adjourned.In l1't.sente.l.l SKIMMIXtVxD I ()!
to blow the house of
a. m. Christopher
prefer a reduction of the internal revenue, up 1 nant, and he is opposed to Russian interfer- the house a large number of requestswere
Krugcr tax to at legist fifty cents a gallon. euc made and granted for leave of absence.; -
to do the work was a dynamite bomb made ; I ,
Going; buck to tae: trust question, Mr.AtbertoiiKV.il Most momentous results may be expectedto The senate bill to perfect the quarantine
out of a piece of ordinary two inch welded | '
that while there was no combination follow upon the plots organized here by service was pane I. District of Columbia
trust, or pool in Kentucky, h>; understood gas pipe about eight inches long, and if it j the most experienced of Russian plotters. business was then considered': until 3:23 p. m., Ev
had been prepared by a of ordinary I PerpetU
that there was a trust in which person j Ignati-tf Z.tnkoir. Zaraveloff, XikesorofT, when the house aljourned, the river and l orator!
mechanical intelligence it would have done
,
I
were u'arh' all the distillers north of the j j GrnelF, Bendereff and a host of Itussian refugees harbor conference; report having been
a great deal of damage, and the loss of life r
Ohio with headquarters at Peoria, III.H. and conspirators are here for no other agreed; to.
would have been appalling, as there were a And the Improved Vic-
II. ireenhut is:: president, IOl'atl'olint purpose than to organize revolutionary pro-
!
dozen in the house at the time. One Hundred und
people Sixty-Seventh Day.
Peoria; AdolphVoollier is a trustee: mile of ceedings in Bulgaria, and very probably I j tory Cane Mill our
Peiiria; "9. N. Hobart, of Cincinnati, is also THE RACE WAR. Roumania also. Only last year many conspirators j In the senate. Mr. Sherman, from the com
a trustee.T. of the Zankoff party were beheaded !' mittee on finance, reported ati amendment to : Specialties.

W. Sheiley followed Mr. Atherton. His Forty Citizens of Crittcndeii County, Ar- !. and they will not hesitate to kill Ferdinand, J fat the sundry civil bill incorporating the refunding Also Portable Soda Fountains.

a member of the distilling firm of E. L.Miles kapart. Indicted by the Grand .hu')'. which Germany will wink. j of direct taxes. The naval appropriation
& Company. He was a member of a MEMPHIS, Tenn., July 2T>.-The grand jury I bill was then taken up, and after a I Prices low and Goods gunnint-:-d.siiKitirfs .

committee to secure signatures to the agreement of Crittenden county, Arkansas, has made a Turkey's Alarm. I brief discussion it went over. At 5.VJ p. m. I --.r .era.--'

to limit the production of ISSOtollt ,- j report regarding the banishment of eighteen I I' ST. PETERSBURG, July 2S.-The Journal I the senate adjourned.In ------ -

0OU) gallons. Only about 2.i per cent of negroes by an armed organization. Forty I de St. Petersburg denies the statement the house the senate bill was p-isse 1 appropriating SAM:.

those who signed the l$*>9 agreement have ivrsons have been indicted. The grand jury lished in the Journal des Debats, of pUb-I ; 6:.'0U,000( for the erection of an fader and by virtue of an execution

opied the new one. By toe 1SS9 agreement found that annonymous notes had been sent I that the meeting of the emperors : appraiser's warehouse in Chicago The Okla- i issued out of the ( Ireuit Court for the 7th
Turkey and that she will take homa bill was taken and debated until 5 Judicial Circuit 'ourt of Florida, in chat
B.OUO.OOj gallons of the production was to be to a number of white men by negroes, giving military prei i up <<
distributed among tho signers in proportion the whites five days to leave the country. cautions. She has been, however, alarmed i p. III., when a recess was taken until 8 p. m., for Urevaril County upon a decree of the

to their capacity, while 2,000,000 gallons was This resulted in retalitory measures, the for some time, and is bury fortifying her last i the night session devoted to business from Honorable John l>. Ilroome Judge of the

left to be distributed in the discretion of the whites meeting and escorting out of the ditch at Adrianopole. tLe committee on public lands. said Court, in a certain cau-e. therein depending ;

committee, among those who in previous county the negroes suspected of sending the II Steamer Wrecked. One Hundred and Sixty-Eighth Day. wherein Harry Fisher i is plaintiff -
years had not overproduced. The distillers threatening epistles. Among those who received and Jefferson Cuyler' defendant, I
LONDON, July 23.-The Ireland steamer ; In tbe senate Mr. Cullom offered a resolution -
held back ; have levied and will sell at public
from signing the agreement till orders to quit the county within five upon
Copeland has been wrecked in Pentland directing an inquiry into tLe Canadian
they could find out how much of this 2,000- days were Col. M. F. Smith, the leading mer- j outcry to the highest. and) best! bidder for
f 000> ) gallons each was to get. chant of Marion; Sheriff W. F. Warner, of Firth, Scotland. Tb crew and passengers, | Pacific monopoly of the bridge over 8t.Iary's cash in front of the Court Hou*e door, in

W. H. Thomas, also of Louisville, a wholesale Crittenden county; J. Stevens a blacksmith; among whom the latter, H. Rider Haggard, ) river to the detriment of American the town of Titusville. in said: County, on
I were saved with competing lines. A senate bill to -
whisky dealer, testified that he knew of J. P. Berry a lawyer, and S. 0. Moshy, a great difficulty. $75,000 for appropriate the first :Monday: : September: 'the same
BO agreement among Kentucky fine whisky former magistrate of Marion. I Rtmslan Crops. a public building at Allen- being the 'frd day thereof) .\. T>. ISSN
town Pa. One
hundred and
was passed.
distillers, other than that mentioned by the The grand jury succeeded in tracing the LONDON, July 28.-The Russian: harvestsare twenty-seven private pension bills within the legal hours of sale, the fol-
were
:
IU' Atherton. threats to the office of the lo'.ving real estate levied as the
county upon
anonymous officially reported as follows: Wheat I pasted, and at i. m. the senate adjourned.
The committee adjourned subject to call clerk, David Ferguson, one of the thirteen crop, excellent; rye, fair, about the average: ; I In the house, private land claim bills were I property of the said defendant 10 wit : All
of the chairman negroes banished. His office wag opened, oats and barley, fair. the undivided) half interest of the {,;ald
taken and several disposed of. The bill '
up
and fragments of anonymous notes, which I 'I' defendant of and in the following piece
Property Wrongfully held.1TASHINGTON to provide for a United States land court in 4
Notes.
evidently had not seemed to bo satisfactory Foreign or parcel of land situated lying and be-
July 30.-In response to a The sultan of Morocco's Arizona, New Mexico and Colorado was '
were found on the floor Experts troops have defeated i lug; in the County of Brcvml1111 :State
innate the resolution requesting the secretary of pronounced the handwriting as that of J. W. the hostile tribes. The sutsan has appointed i considered. An amendment exempting Ari- I of Florida wit : South-west quarter -
treasury to furnish information relative zona was agreed and the bill passed The
throughout tbe Benin and 1 1Gueld '
Ramsey, a young South Carolina negro in governors of the South-east quarter of section
Property wrongfully withheld from tbeCoYerument tbe employ of Ferguson as a c1 rk. The immediate I districts, with the object of collecting : Oklahoma bill came up, but was laid a"ide. 17 in Township 21--I South of Uange 33
the in his Several private bills were passed, and at 4:40
secretary response motive forth. sending of the warningswas I large revenues Fact containing acres more or less.
Closes" several communications, amon: found in the fact that Ferguson and D. I The Paris Gnlulois says that M. Janssen, : p the, m. the house took a recess until p. m., I! Also all that piece or parcel of land situated -
em one from H. B. night session being devoted to bills from ;
gent Littlepage, a special W. Lewis, the negro county judge, had been the governor general of the Congo state, the j lying ami being; in IJrevard Cotinty. -
of the I committed on war claims.
of the Conftnlerata department of justice, formerly indicted by a former grand jury for habitual fears that the Stanley expedition has been : I'I State of Florida described as follow

(hat in navy. Littlepage claims drunkenness, the penalty for which was removal I attacked and defeated. One Hundred an I Sixty-Ninth Day. to wit : Beginning at the South-wct

[wilt in isni-i Great, a Britain large number of vessels were | from office. The intention was to I The king of Greece, who is on his way to In the senate a number of bills were reported ,, her of the f'a-t half of lot eleven :,- per

but 'when the Million for the Confederacy vessels, j create a reign of terror and break the forceof I St. Petersburg, had an interview Thursday and placed on the calendar. Mr. !: map or plat uhtlivi.lilttw {'nit***!
closed these
were seized by the British and the prosecutions. j I with Count Kalnoky. The prime minister Teller gave notice he would call up the Mc- I|i States lot No. 2 :See :.;:{ 'I'.i 11l. :tR 1-;.
the merchant disposed of, Ferguson was one of the Arkansas: alter- assured his majesty of Austria's sympathy Garrahan bill to-morrow. The bill was :: into town lots which said plat or map

th- war vessels sds going to merchants and nates to the Republican convention at Chi- with Greece, which he said the regarded as ; then pa>sed. The fisheries treaty was taken j I was tiled In the clerks olliof Hrevanl

navy. and rams tc the British I cago. He was serving his third term as one of the main ramparts against PanSlavism up and discussed until 5:-"..>) p. m., when the County on the 1.1th d:1of June Isst

Iu hid statement he gives the history of I clerk of Crittenden county, an office worth I| in the Balkans. senate ad j turned. ,: thence run eat :;0 feet ; thence run north

e/tf** Tke b now in trade or in the service 1 6,000 per year. The testimony before the '. Emperor William has ordered that his i In the house the mate bill was parsed appropriating :;0 feet : thence inn west o"> fet : thence
j grand jury was highly sensational. military hitherto called in French ; south 50:; feet the or point of
j "e British navy The list of goods be- ; encourage: $$73.0i for enlarging; the iron run to place
gin: ;; to the Confederate states includes I" -= "Maison )filit sire," shall in future be designated ; wharf at Fort Monroe. A joint resolutionwas beginning. Said lot contain. 2";0<) square

Pf'p=, stores of all kinds: bar silver, cotton, : Good-By. 3Ioore. ,, a Headquarters of His Majesty, the passed providing until September 1, forth ;: feet more or ]les and is a part of the \ .

: e. etc., aggregating; ; in value over $3Jt,4Jif ,- NEW YORS July 2->.-The Herald special Emperor and King.'' This is hardly neces- support of the army. The bill to provide : S. land, lot X O. 2 :-'('('. :U T. 215.1.t: ; E
I
; The item of money deposited} from Omaha says' that Henrv V.. Moore, the ary for toe Germanizing of Alsace-Lor-! postoffice buildings in places where the and being: al-o a part of town lot Xo. II

of the rebel government abroad, eloping; editor, and Mrs. Norton, his paramour raine. and is in the line of deliberate aggra- gross receipts amount to d,000) annually was aforesaid sold to JcllcrMUi Cuylir by

cFerene; ?ttOJOunf1'th r item i-.- passed through Omaha last Monday ) vation. Hatred of France is being encouraged considered but went over, and the Oklahoma 1 one Cuter Ueed. -r

duds'. th'-, rebel iron works i') Scotland, en route to Canada. In a few days they will : for a purpose.Berlin : bill was taken up, and pending a vote, the \ J. E. IIoWJtAS.i : .
at : I journals generally consider tbe reference fortification bill was reported. Ato' i Sheriff: Rrcvanl County. Flurila.
beeu tion.racej to responsible persons. In addi- i I leiie the London correspo ident of thei I of the Journal de Petersburg to : the house took a recess until S p. in., when i I Jofus& \VIlIlain.

the! property of the rebel govern::: I i Vew Y xk World. the personal relations of th? Russian and j judiciary committee business wascon-sllerfd. :' Solicitor for complabuU"r



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j THURSDAY AUG. 2 1SSS.
THE FLORIDA STAR, ,


I CARDS. !I

WIND or ;THE WEST.At TELEGRAPH BREVITIES. RELIGIOUS GLEANINGS. t tI ----

Fresh, Crisp! Gleaning- of" Recent Noteworthy i i I .\. GISGIL\S,
last the Day i-s done Tho McAll meetings; in Paris have a total I I L.
At last the Sun, S. H.
pitiless
Happenings. i attendance of about 43,000. The American : RAY

drowned IVith Iris eye iu of a red.cloud unsparing delude;: out light of ,*'!cht. Chattanooga board of public works has : McAll association raised the past year nearly I. Af:Y.AT.LA AND NOTARY PUBLIC ,

And over the purple cloud billows-whit** I been abolished. : fcwJ.OOO:: fur the work.
Florida.
i And calm rides the silver hark Springfield, Ill, grand jury has indicted : The Methodist church has now sixteen effective -\ Rock Ledge,
I
Of the Evening Star-a lonely ark. 1 the St. Louis, Alton & Terre Haute Railroad -
ami two missionary bishopsone = Successor
for the United bishops D--I GULDEN to J. C. Norwood and Co.ITUSVILLE. .
violating
Ah! What soft stir company I for Afi ica and one for India. This is by I .
and
mail
States postal laws by carrying
What wing like whir? I far the strongest Episcopal force it ever has :
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
in the mail ,
letters not placed regular ,
What comps from the west like a dove of peace I
From ark and d..lus in I J.'M release? I George M. Rider was hanged Friday after- Twenty-nine years ago the Presbyterianmission ; Titu-ville Florida.JONES T FLA.
at Marshall Mo. for the murder of in Brazil was begun. Thero is nowa ,
Tia tho.i, tiwt't't Wind of the West! noon .
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non, with soft coolness upon thy breast. Frank Tallant. : Presbytery fifty churches and thirty- I --& WILLIAMS.AitorneysatLUAV..
The copper plate used in the printing of two ministers Twelve of the latter are na I
I
Oh bring me a spell of rest. tives.An.
invitations to the inauguration ball of William -
Sweet, ,sweet Wind of the West! i
You bring rqsh balm to my window flowers, { Henry Harrison in 1S41 is found in the t appeal for =50,000 was made in the i I .

They drink your breath as they drink t!-. possession of Capt. Sam. Moore, of Portsmouth I pulpit of the New York Avenue Methodist i, Tituville, Florida.

showers; ]I O. The Republicans claim that this : church, Brooklyn, for a new edifice Sunday ---

Urins me a message of peace is a providential materialization designed to before last, and in less than an hour & 0G,0, ;: 0. )[. ROBIHNS, I '
From the land henco )'OU come when the hc< save Ben the trouble and expense of having I! was 111l.'l1gl'\l G Gen'l MerchandiseSTORE.

hours cease an entirely new one made. ;
Among; the bishops who have arrived from ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
The Land of the purple West During the last fiscal year the pension I distant regions: to take part in the 1'an-An i ,

Beyond the Sierras crest office at Washington issued 113,057 pension glican synod in London is Dr. Austin, Bishopof TITUSVILLE, FLA.A .
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Where one dwells who is dean far ertificates. Guiana.. Dr. Austin is in his eightyfirstyear. )[. T1I1t:1SIIF.h:
To my heart than to Evening her one white star. : John Zachar, the faster, will most: probably -! Having been bishop of Guiana since ./ .
ole, Wind in your wandering que-t, die the of his :
days'wilful
as penalty fifty-three :
1841, he is the senior member of the English: Y.ATTORNEYATLAW
Have you kissed those lips that load the best! fast.Yellow I .

Have you tossed!' those locks I have oft caressed f fever is reported at Plant City. I episcopate ., P. O. Dox 2"" SVSFOKD, FLA. j J 1
Will in all the counties of the SereEth :
Lo't to me now for aye.Only Fla. The town is almost vacated. The practice 9
Circuit and Suj.ieiutCourt. f fTD
my Dream may stray buildings, beddings, etc., will be burned. I 'outractors.pealed .
Notice to (. -- ----- -- --- ;
Light as your win::. oh, Wind of the West, Resolutions were adopted by Grand Army I ;! I prnptl.e to keep

Wild as your wing in its sad unrest posts of Wheeling, "". Va., protesting i propo-ils for painting the xmt- : II. liURCHFIELD, ;
To the One I love the best. :
-New York Fashion Eazar.CREATION'S against the wearing by Democrats of a campaign I i s-ideof the Court-House will be receivedat
badge m plain imitation of the G. A. I I the clerk's ollice until the first Monday COUNTY SURVEYOR. |

R. badge. I in August. Specification- on file A First-Class StockGROCERIES

LOWER ORDERSA J. Harvey Brigham, of Louisiana, consulat I at the clerk's olfice. Orders by mail will receive prompt:

Jamaica, died at Kingston Saturday 12 A. .\. STK\VAUT, attention a< calls: in peron.Address '
New Jersey barber keeps a goat to devour morning. ;
Co. Clerk Urevard Co.Baring Georgiana Fla.
the hair( shorn from his customers.A Terre Haute, Ind. : "Darling Lloyd, farewelL : "--
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It is all for thee I loved too well. i ---- -----------
large turtle was caught in the Eau Claire ; you 1 ATKINSON,
river in Wisconsin, with the date 1810 cut May heaven forgive. Mollie This was the O'l'I<'I;. I I H.

note found by Mollie Header's lover, Lloyd
in the shell on its hack. the Honorable John
Daugherty, after she was dead from morphine applied to JUSTICE OF THE PEACEFor
John of Clifton, Me. killed the Circuit Court I
Kilpntrick, administered, because he failed to ; D. IJroome. Judge ol :
three bears the {vast spring making; a total make his usual Sunday calL : of llrevard (t"ollnt Florida to bo appointed the Second Ju-tice Di-trict of Hre-

of fifty-tour lie has slain in twenty-five years. ,, Richard Kearney was hanged at Freehold : i + guardian and custodian of my I vard county ; Court dtthird- {Monday :

A black ram ruuiiing; with a Hock of sheep N. J., for the murder of Mrs. Margaret I von. .lolm ('.ilrou, a lunatic. All 1 of each nu+nth.. )
--- -- -- u ------ ------ -
in the mountains near Delan >, Cal., a short PurcelL : e'ouceml'lI will take notice that on the 1--
1-Jth A. U. l'SS. or :n* : "I. SAN IEBs: ,
time sinco elui-el a boar, when Bruin ran up Congress appropriated $1,000,000; for a day oingn..t. T
a tree nUll seas shot by the herder. public library building in Washington. ,, nun hereafter as I can bo heard. 1 will ----

Cats r.r- foutid to Ix-tht.* exterminators Henry C. Elbert was hanged at Jersey apply to his Honor for leave to bind and Justice of the Peace for the Thirteenth DRY GOODS

f of rabl.ii iu New I'eahnd. They do greatbavoe City, N. J., for the murder of his wife.W. sell!! the following t'l'lll'.tate of my; .iid District.CCRTNEY. ,
A. Putts, Jr., who was to have been on in Urevard County\ aforesaid.: tl-wit : FLOUIDA.
and in
amnn; the young ones, some The south halfof lot tour ot section ir.. i
MTtionsntrvely n rabbit was to be seen. banged at Washington, N. C., suicided with : Court ol 1 :\ the tlurd Saturday of each month. !
chloroform and in township :south; ot ran,*- H oa-t.
morphine Tuesday night.; --
A Conneetfettt colt is said to have been Successful civil service examinations from containing; acres. more or Ie-: Al-o I f W- .\\TEli-LIVE. M. \1Sritlil'o.: A. San- f NOTIONS,

found<< ';et'l.u:; jxiirs tu oat by rubbing him- January 1C, libG, to June 30, IsbT:::: l.,slO: by I lot :'J of section .'?:i. in township! :;; south ,i and Sick born lit-lIdit:>'\'l..tarnl As.oclatmu..ff<\Intnall.if.Buffalo.>> N.Y.Airculeiit .I 1

t::>!! r.::-.:mot a 1)<-:1r r.ve until the shaking; men, 1,530 by women. of range 41 at. Hu

two::''. dawn the fruit, which he would eat, The Burlington dynamite cases, at Chicago 1 Dated this 10th day of July. A U. ;'!'PECK'S PATENT IMPROVED

:.d L. .. ix':urn and fchakethe tree ogam. ; has l been turned over to the grand 1:.<;. I CUSHIONED EAR DRUMS Jlt'IIS. Latliis .\:: t'llilllr'lh

:. :...'./ f.:mg: in Castine, Me has a cat jury. I .JJ?l:1'1I: CATKOX. i I pJnl'lC'TI.lao..TUla: : : Tim: HKAKIX;. '
1 nlietbfr ( ":.* \au""llly r..lil4 levers or in- '
.ToneWilliam .
.
u:' tn the table with the family and Zachariah Bush, a farmer, living; near :, *
1 juries i !' to the natural drumlva>q in l''sitiotl. '
'. decorously child Ind. swindled oat of Solicitor: for applicant.: : Idlulni"tnttcwaud 2
: M n plate r.s as any Indianapolis was Bi r I \I.IHI.E; ro OIHMO and. coinlcrUb'e to wear.Mi .
r It ;, stranger happens to bo there and I $1,5X) by sharpers through; a 'Voittidenee : ...i-. fi.iittr-.iU,. tin Win: '1er-hcatd Jistmtth. :, sIQ ] s.
., is it will slip from the chair and scheme. W1'0 h.r t.. tin>'.- o,.nt: tin in Write to1T. '
.\ Gual'lUau.sI HIM'OX.-4-.- .-',4wn.
( : c'or.
.:. '. I. o'u.xul back. The people living in hamlets in the northern _
1 -- -- -- --
... J '. ..!. of laih! City, Fla., is tho owner part of Newfoundland and who depend I. \otice.T I :'os> -\!T"-+tt. "-.ant.-.l .
BIG 'lUUrihl
fishing for living actually ? 'I' 'how if tiinii cnncern. AI't 1:: to tupply '1.:NMILLION
..M !' -. tree" .a:; j ears old, which is two upon a are reported -i' '
Take Notice that six month'; after date \.rm-with tho) 1101 \: ?ttai\i Laves of
.. L ... feet in diameter and thirty- I starving, and fight; each of her like i
famished beasts for the small amount of 1 1 will apply ti> the Honorable Minor CLEVELAND and THUR IAN !
;: .' !.V: :t. Tim tree has yielded 10,000 1 :
:-'. JoinCounty Judge oi Urevard County, ,
food obtainable. ,
I and i is believed
i it
r. -4 : a Kingly season, .
!
l H..N T U.L! al-!
W
<\ litef Mrs. Clevolainl.
from :
Florida for tinal di-charge
Marion, Ind., citizens are holding their I my myadniiiiitratnrhip
'I > i.ii-ijj MijvrxHiifs, the product will Sarah i exiim-m' ftttl ort.nt: ... Voters'"" Cartn:: ? I I P TS
...:;... ....h.,.) the present year. It is one of a breath untill the drill lets out that promised i, ; of the estate of : i! nox. Free 'J I:uc I'.difj. 0..-.. ,'omplete. 3.llOl.l1 I ,
.ij.of: eighteen, t'rt \iMi-s-h o iu-i'i-10. for best !I
i uher" onto the completed work. i ship of WilliamV H>ln", late an infant, w.'rU.\ I lit-t tt'rni... .t.fl\ iiiuk] ainl'nuke y.ii:: ) to 1
SHOP 'i ? ,I I'll a I'll'-,til, 01 I 11.1 a: e.
Indianapolis judge finds that the Chicago I but now of full asre.lotted ;
iiiIb} ; C..bb!: <.. 1'11:1.111..11'11:1 1Mo
L. in Iowa mad bit
-: out dog a stCt'r7h ,
year
; I).
Street Railway company has a franchisethat this -nd day of February
\ l' iu turn bit ti which trial its 1
pony
allows them to make tracks all over the I l.S -
.
trct-b upon n bull I *, which! upon going mad, PARKER' -' CLOTHING
city, on every street, if it so pleases. ..J)1 E:5 M. P. 1'OOL. ::
chewed uj fence mils as bough they were : Chairman Huston, of the Indiana Republican Administrator of the e-tate of :Sarah F.041111 HAIR BALSAM
+ cud ,, and his
hay "oundp by biting
goring 1: committee, has announced that the \\" deeea-ed: and! guaidian ..i i dressing ,
owner. So far the man has ecaiH.Hl rabies, ,
state committee win hereafter nave charge WilliulI"uoW, minor. =
a
and Itondmff.
but Ids neighliors have raised a pu'rso to send I Fray prevvntinj
of the matter of fixing the time and place ---------- 't F It cleanses tho scalp, tops thee
---
him to Pasteur for treatment, and he is now i! Last famiin.r,and Is sure to please.
when clubs will be received
I visiting by Hen. :V :
on his way in charge: of a local physician. i! Harrison. : .11 .1ST UK'SNotice !iiLL'. S O c. and$1.00 at Prujnn
I I Henry Umbach, of Madison, Ind., mis"in; i i- hereby given that under and HINDERCORNS.The i
citizen, has returned home from the Cincinnati 1 final decree of sale and foreclosure
by \iitue of a and bes-t cure for Corns,Eu nlons&(0. !
LITERARY NOTES. hospital He says be was robbed of remler hy the Honorable John Stops all i-jiin Ensures comfort to the feet everfalii I'
I to cure. 1;J cents, at I'muti. UloCw' Jt Co., N. Y. :
I $500 near Albany, :-i. Y., and remembers 1 P. Uroome, .Indire of the Circuit Court for

Critics agree that William Black is becomIng nothing more until finding himself in the *C the :Seventh Judicial Circuit of the State of

tiresome as a novelist. j hospital wards. t, Florida on the 2Hth day of May, A. I>. EXHAUSTED VITALITYTHE

Mr. William T. Adams (Oliver Optic) Las'' After a deadlock of three months the Republican : 1SXS: : in a certain eau-e in Chancery therein -. -- rr.n:.: l'aXl'E.O CROCKERY GLASSWARE

*,t>no to Europe for a few vreeks. congressional conferees of tue 1 pending! in the Circuit Couit for}reward; THE SCIENCE :, t!t.1'l'I;' ,

)Ir.a1t r Desant is troubled with writ-:i Twenty-fourth Pennsylvania district met at County and for the circuit aforesaid, wherein ': I "/ )Iedcalor! :" of tht.' 1!
:
Pittsburg Wednesday afternoon and nominated M. Seward i- complainant'and 1 OF/FE
!
Dwiuht
a.cou3laut"a.Nrr.-;
er's and has to dictate nearly all his j
letters cramp and MSS. i Jarrell Ray, of Green county. j William Cleveland i i.. defendant, I a-: I n_- ous and 1'b;sicol U -
Over two hundred ballots were taken before in will sell for cash to fir flirt rr HARDWARE
Mater Chancery, : _! }, !t:1tlU'C: D-:-
It is proposed to place a bust of the late j the break occurred. '
the highest bhhll'ron 3Gn1dayAugust: Oth, ', Erru-
KNOW
Matthew Arnold in the poets' corner of TNYSFIFIanll il14lserles -
I 1thesuse being the first Monday in the uit..! I
Westminster (Crime and CK ualtil's. thereon. ) ., '
abbey. consequent 30 pares; so. li prcKTtious -
in front of the Court IIoucdoor
little which heretofore Two freight trains collided on the Western the month, :: for nil d 'eaaes. Cloth full jilt,only$1UtI. AN1>
The bright paper in Titu-ville. Urevard County, by mail,pealed. Illustrative sample fur to all wn.' *
Las been taowu as Tid Bits has grown larger : North Carolina railroad, near Asheville, Florida, between the legal hours of sale, all and midd'e-aued men. fend now. The (!"dd f l art! ;
wrecking both engines and smashing a Jewelled Medal awarded to the author the Natioi I
up by -
and under the name of Time :
now appears described real to-wit
estate, :
number of cars. A negro brakeman was the following al ltdic31.As5ociation. Address I'.O. Box 1".1-: ; '
printed in four colors. : killed and five wounded though Ml that certain lot, or tract of land with I ton, Mass.::: or Dr. W. H. PARKEK. nidiKi'c f'f

Ex-President Grevy, of France, is working : seriously.An persons not the l hnildini-! thereon, situated, lying! and Harvard Medical College! 23; year..' practice *n l'---- Ship Chandlery Goods.
I ton who be consulted Ofiki"o. "
contidentuilly. -,
1 1I may
hard on his memoirs. The rights of publication express train or the Fort Worth road being! on Merritt's Inland, in the county of :\ 4 Dulflnch St. Specialty, Diseases of Man.

I in England and this country have already !I went through a bridge near Clarendon, Col. Urevard and State of Florida, de-crilied: 1 a- Cut thin out. You may never see it ajniu.sriom3.ua. .

I been purchased at a large price. I The engineer and fireman were killed, but follows, to-wit : -

I Donald G. Mitchell, tho author, 'Ti Marvel I none of the passengers were injured.A : The north half of south-ea-t quarter

," liven quietly oa his farm: at Edgetvood, : terrific gas explosion occurred in the ts e \ ) of section ten ((10)), in town-hip

Conn., and Lx)ks for all the world like a'! offices of the county clerk in the city hall at twenty-four fJl), south of range thirty-six

little old Scotch farmer or gardener. lie '* Detroit, Mich, which completely wreckedthe i (;;tj) ea-t.: Al-o! the east half of the southeast These will bo tale main feature tf W

110W COL vault and registry; room. No person was 1 quarter of the -otith-ea-t tniaiter of

-- injured seriously !section ten t IU*, town-luip hH'nty.tuurt( ', L buinebat orders tent me fur any'thing

The Fire Keoonl. At La Junta Col., Saturday, a fierce -outli of range! thirty-six ((36)' ) cat, containing Tituville ..
Th3 barrel and pail shops in the Erie stranger, with a pistol and a fleet horse, 1 one hundred acreWitne -. kept In any store in

county iteuitrntiary at liutY.tlo, N. Y., were walked up to the unprotected cashier in the 1 "s mv hand nut! '-cal this ;; lit day tIC fillt' l.
will
promptly
destroyed by tire I l ank of La Junta and secured t .OOJ Then 1 of May, .\. I.1'! S>.

The Bru>h-,r estiughouie electric plant at I hf b' out for the mountains and eluded pur- ; WALTER S. J1IAHAM,

few OrlEan.a oe-trovetl- bv tire. Loss Master: in Chancery.

f 1OUW. suit.At Shannon's lake, near Indianapolis, JONES: WILLIVMComplainant's -, 'E 1

Whitelaw lleid's country house at Ophir Ind.. George Farand shot and killed William solicitors. ll-:'t

farm, near White HamX., Y., was burned 1 Maples, who attacked him with a fl'nC6I I .
Saturday. There were fifty.four room in ------ ----
rail.At \ a Will buy FrDils.EggsChicte,
the stone a.tlt', and it wavalued
at Rushville, Ind., Hugh Scott, Demo- \OTICI:.
$500XIO, ; ill!>uraul't' twd-thirds. crat, turned the attention of Mart Lewis: ,

At Fayetteville, TeniL, a tire destroyed the from Republican politics by creating in- Under awl by virt'leof an order made

Elk National bank and several other business testinal divisions in his corporosity with a by the Honorable Judge Uioome. Judgeof Or any Country Produce nmy l"lItolPtN

blocks. The loss is $ .'),.O''J'our persons knife. the 7th Judicial Circuit of the State of

were prostrated by the heit The meanest sneak thieves ia the countryare Florida in and for Urevard county in or friend- may brim

Fire at Keutlaud, Ind., destroyed two robbing laboring men of their wage on the matter of the estates of Mary Annie market.I .

grain eleratozLoss 23,0O0. the public highway of Cuimersville, Ind. Gray. Fannie: Louisa Gray, and Ella to

_n_ ___ n__ _______ Four of the thus were captured : Louisa Gray. infants under the age of

Maud Granger U going to England. So i. Harry Hill was fatally kicked by a horseat '. 21 years. -I will sell, for cash to the

Tony Pastor. Mrs. Doucic-ault has sailed. So Evansville, Ind. highest; an'l best bidder. in front of the

have LawTeneo Darrett and Miss Millward. Miv Ella Bresiler took morphine with ('ourt-Iiouse door, in Titll \"ille. Urevard LADIES' FAVORSTCIJEVER .

Sarah Dernhardt, says a Paris correspondent suicidal intent at Ft. Wayne, Ind. I county aforesaid, within the legal hour OUT OF ORDLR.r ask for a hare ..f the public 1 l' tru"-
Jack Hamlet, flagman on a of sale. on the Cth llnof Augusts: \. D-
when entertaining guests at her table, passengertrain *you desire purchase a ecwlnp raachlrv .
with on the Pennsylvania company's line 1SSS. all the following described real estate -. at for terms stiplaiCant.1101 a
sits on a regular throne a canopy over- s v agent your place C"fr and come a* a
Lead. was struck by a bridge over Tippecanoeriver situate lying and being in the f ,. If you cannot find our agent,trrit age,
Urevard and State of Florida --rt to nearest address to you below n acted fav'or'If .
of
Ileal"ablbh Ind. and
for
Stuart Robson' has lvn uaturalirt as an instantly county dictator, asking your
killed. to-wit : f lW HONE SE iGMPmCHINE G.UPJJ CEht SS.c
American citizen. This is another good The east half of the north-eat quarter courteous treatment.;gw"'
effect of "The Henrietta the fret American l't"rlOuual. szcltao 28 UN1p1dl6QUAREtLt O.) LLAS.
of the north-west and the north-
i quarter
comedy ever produced Hen. George V. N. Lathrop, United States west quarter of the noith-eust quarter of ATLANTA_ GA'A.FftIIt! cs: l. "oal3antl low figurei i-"

"Bootle's Baby" has been dramatized and minister to Russia, has resigned on accountof '! south of
section 17. township 1. range ------ --- -- ---- --

produced at tbo.G1ooo Theatre, London. The ill health.- .T i eat : also two acres, more or less in t !OT 1 C C:::=': __ the candidate fair
author John Winter is Mrs. Verres '\ Smith, son-in-law of Horace
Strange south-west of said section. -
the :
quarter To lU 1''/' it ,
( '/ ntmj 'isn't 'U : favor,
Arthur Stannard, the daughter of a soldier Greeley, is a prisoner in New'r", charged township and range ; and also JS acres Six weeks front the first publication i of public
and a descendant of Hannah Pritchard, theE with fraud. : I
less. in -south-east of
more or quarter notice. the will I'm
this
undersigned then
E famous: actress. Robert Garret1, ex president of the Baltimore north-west of said section apply i
the quarter the Honorable Henry Tiiest. ex-olli-
to I
returned from
has
& Ohio
Tho African Methodist Episcopal church, J. : has Eurooe. township and range, being part of the I cio county judge, having probate jurisdiction : elcctetLYours
Hon A. Strceter formally acceptedthe
whoso general conference was recently held nomination.George estates of the said infants respectively.Dated in and for Dade county. Fla..

ot Indianapolis, reports a membership cf 4038C.I ,- Union Labor Bancrott.presidential the historian. wa severely thi 2nd day of July. A. D. i for letters of adininitration of the estate -
and the total of raised for all 1SSS. brother pleaG -*-,
money fall his home Newport : t of my August liars deceased anxiou-
bruised at
by a
t".1'' =':x>des .ll;! ; t.e: -I'ar t :,7 as Ht\H. SEWAUD F. GKA.Y. late cf said county of Dade.IIEINRICK .

'1'lvreattti ::;::,. .',:" '!t-. u:oat lll !I\'s, R. I. Guardian of said Infants. : IlAUS.Wavpland. .

'-:..::t.l \:,... ..1. '.1 1... d' ..n' 1I1trJ ,...1I.I.kl .w Hon. CaL Brice was chOS chairman of Williams Dado County. Florida. .

: .. ',t" _. ," ..:. j 1 ;; ...:. the tee. Democratic National campaign c uuniit-- 1 ,loner Solicitors for .said Guardians. 11 I Jelly 2nd. 1SSS. ll-Gt. s. ::8:. RaY.i

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FLORIDA STAR, THURSDAY, AUG. 2, 1SSS. 7'

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WAITING ON A BIRD. L. C. OLIVER. F. T. BUDGE. AOTICC. 1 j

I.AM OFFICC at Gainesville Phi..1 j

\D Incident liag-'1 In Touch the Life of Jhunanit of Inventor).. Cor- OLIVER & BIJ ID G-J!, Notice i i- herebjshentli.it June 11.hc lss follow'. { "

The late Edward Corliss, of Providence, injnaniedeltlor has tiled notice of hl-

inventor and. manufacturer of the Dealers in intention totuahelitttlproot'iusnpportuf Y i

Leat edChis buunesslargely forman who his claim and that :1itll'roofwiU be made #
op bt'toieA. .\. [ewtrt. I Clerk at Titu

Iortuniticswbich it I brought him of doing GEORGIA PINE LUMBER ville. Fla.. on August' 1.1th. l-:'. \iz. :

thoroughly unpretentiously humane I Elbert li. (..ailfi. lIt I'urnbuU. Fla.,

cts. Very many stories are told at II. I:. 10JJJ. for the north'ea-t quarter

j rovulencoof his gentro-ity to people in of 5outh'alutrtc'r lots 1 ami 2. M'C.

his employ, andi>eeial'\!'' of away he SHINGLES AND LATHS. I II 31. township 2Uouth.. r ngeeast.; I {

bad of coming to some employe or lit namethe following \\itm'e* la

who looked ill or overworked, I prove his continuonreidenee upon and
workman of General Hardvvare cultivation ot sail land.i/. : .furies
who had complained having a hard I
or F.
C.U'lunan. of Turnbull ; IToben CurliU -
him "Now .
and saying to look
time, >. ot MKM- : Richard Herndon ..t
here: you are not looking well. You flints : Mo W- rnomnon.. .)Tiirnhull..
had better go ofT somehue for a rest ofa Sash Doors and Blinds Stoves Tinware and Crockery. I Ip Fla.

few weekand I will take care" of your ; t). S. l'. Tn'KU; I'egi'icr.sf1IuI'1"s .

fatuity while you are gone. And the --- ---
irag started oft on a vacation of
man month, if months were needed, withoutany AIX1T: : AJXrD OILS i; MM:.
,
apprehension on his mind as to the i Under and hy virtue ..t an oxccntitNiiued

neo l:, of hi- family. Refrigerators Water Coolers Ice Cream Freezers I I out of the ( ircnit Court for the
But other employers have done the i! Seventh .Inditial (ircnit tit" Florida
I re\anl county upon a judgment recovered -
thing, no doubt, and the Listener
game in the Court of the H M.>r:M >
<
would, not have had occasion to note the Screen Wire Screen Windows Screen-Wire Doors.I: Minor .
> .lone*, t otuty Judge and Eollicio \-
had not been for the
matter if it true I
Justice of the IVace for IIie\.ud ,
story of. another generous del of Mr.Corliw I county. Florida and tran-cribcd takl 1
; lat'h told him from a mot POWDER AT NEW YORK PRICES.T1TUSVILLE Circuit Courtficrein John S. IVrry

authentic source, which is: so exceptional, and Nathan B. Perry co-partner amt

and so; quite. idyllic that it merits special : FLOHT1)A. I ferry A.: Co.ere plliutilr. and
,
-
-
relation. More than that-it merits such I >tephen Rvder wa* detendint. I parr

a petting of incident as: the story telling;: levied tlpou.uitl \\ illell at public

genius of a Hawthorne or a Hale would outcry to the best: bidder for c.i-h. in

g t'1' it: but as the Listener can hive it no Ne L1.tntber: Y-ard. front of the (ourt house dooi. in Tim -

such setting and as, moreo\ei, he has no \ille. llre\an! county, on the lir-t Monday

right to do more than tell the tale just as ----tl- in Aii;:u-t. the-anic win;.: (Iu- sixth
itVas him he will it in I I day thereof.. I). 1vnit bin the I Ual
told to narrate
simplest form: All kinds of Pine Lumber Dressed and Undressed Cypress and Pine j i horn the abo\c-n.uncd of -all'. the dcfcndanr fOIItvilIg, twit property: ol

Mr. Corliss, not very long before his '
u'Jt: feet south :
Coniinentin ot and 0
death, had occasion to build an addition Laths etc. etc. : toetet of the n. e. corner of the n. ....
"
to|his manufactory big -L, for additional Shingles | of the n. \\. I of section ;XI. tonnj -
,
I machinery. To the
preparo j hip 21 south of rml.m; east. CM nest

foundation for this: L it was necessary to :.:'Special attention given to all >r lers. Ii\'l'r! TmdtolI'itt.d.! : 1.! Yl1"11: l j..: bested tin the South: side of j 11.0 feet thenceouth I:;. feet thence
remote a ledge of rock by blast J g. The i ea=t lit leet. thence north TST feet to
men to do the work on the addition had l aihayM' if the Inuul'Vii ll.>t> I. l'itusville. !j,, point of be riniun;.:.

I teen employed and put on the pay roll; .\I-o conuuenLini ins fret onihot ami
the materials had been, purchased and "3?. :LaI1O23S333Za: : $s CO. j I fifty teetvestof n. e l'Orlll'rUr n. e. | uiIII.

brought to the building, and the work of I, ::!.. : w. { of-eition.'U.into\\n-hip. a south

Making had begun. The next morning i. ot range; :tG( <>. < ;one-tl7U( (l't't. tienctouth ,

Mr. ( 'orli s jossed by the place where l.;;7 feet thence caH Iu fret ,
S. S. Line
work was proceeding, when the foremanin TITUSVILLE IVEaflory !I thence north l.;;7 feet to 111:,," .>t lit*.

charge, knowing his interest in pretty ;ginning.
things, called him. NEW YORK AND FLORIDA. J.i AII: I:. Htmti.x\,

Ill'rp.Ir.. Corliss said he Sherill'uf Ireardtrd C'u
'Se(' ; FURNITURE STORE.Frosoiier
FKOM) ErUHli; CITY, VKOM) FEHX.XIHX.I'tnt { .\, Dated JnU I 11th.1S S. lilt.ipplitalion. .
bird's that wc'\e found
lure ia: nest ,
: Jl, 11: 1M-M' 1MH\\ ('hMir: MKtLllllt: : ". EVERY TIIUI;IAY.N1YORK. I
and that's got to go."
Hehhowtil the manufacturer a robin nO TOU: :' 1111.\111:1.1'111.\\. I .

sitting upon a m-st that had been built, The Iron 'Meamnp! FAIE' : OF TEX: >. CITY.o')} >.\ANTONIO, RIO t t To all to whom these present ta,11

fast and snug, in a cieure of the rock, ( i lLDE, ttnnpo-e the Florida :ver\iee i come, greeting :
amon I'H"'H.a'; Kate, bt'iccn Florida and \('\\' '[tl'k al\\a3s
i haapplied to thi- (onrt for Letters
ot
The bird Hew oil her nest ui: the meicame <
and shotted tine blue PROPRIETOR. fllC I.O ('' 1.Xri5'11ltes I .lduiinhtratiou.h'martsuui in the I:-tate
near eggs ; of Freight alu.u Low t'ompetin: Line.. I tit.Jolin E.
;
that looked if had ln-eii laid Moore dtcea-ed.: late! ol *akl
''Canemoo as they that nest jut: somewhere Early horning Train Every llmr-day from points: on J. T. & K.11'. Railway i County ot re\ard ; these are. llienfoie.to .

tl 'f'L..ke."l C'/oihvs. connects with :teaineraine: tlaat rernandina. I cite anil admonish all and sin;:ufctr i
the kii.dred and creditors ot said de-
"I'm afraid not sir. ""c'cl tear it topieces Parlor Suites SCHEDULE.
; cea-ed to be ami before this
it and it i-n't al XOin-Ii-BorxH-'t'aUl: sail from IVrnamlma afterarrival aj pear
getting out. at -hip every lliur-day p. m., ( onrt..
on or beforij the 10th diy ..f
Likely that you could get the bird to gtt ) of train. from >outh I'lurida, and t>I\; ) a.m. and 4::'K: > p.m. trains from lack ; .lugu-t..1.: 1 >. lS S. and file objtvtions

< sitting again arty\'Mere (>K'. Wo'\o Bed Room Suites i! -wn'ille, a- follows it any they have to the granting letter

got to go on, so we clay u. well rip i it CITY OF >.\ANTONIO, CaptainVihUr! .... .. .... .. .... .... ...Thur: lay, Aug. 2ndSPATE 1 as alores>:aid otherwise the same will b*

out and throw the t-ggs;: away." i OF TEXAS, Captain William... ............. .... ...........Thur-day, h flthCITY I granted as prap'l t.
.
"Xo" said ( (lrlL....;. """0 won't disturb : Beds Mattresses i iSlril1gs OF AN ANTON, C'aptain Wilder.............. ...... ..../nmrsilay, HithTATE t i In te-timunj' \\lioreof.llia\eberennto

lit'r. IAt her bring out her brood : ( H,' TEX.Captain William-..... .. ..... ...ahur day, 23rd: 1 ollicially mv h:ind and seal, the GIrt.

right tlu're.'' CITY OF S\N ANTONIO, 'aptain Wilder.......... .. .........Thur-day, JlOtlis : p l i! day ot June. IS--S.:
"lintoMl liav to stop the work on i I.MI-stt.. ,IuSI-: :: .. County Jiul:,:w.41T1C' .
the ,iI at ;i \i.in? as ilo\\! >: I.I _
building! I July lth: 1 )th 20th :JTtli: .Vu:'U,.fJrd. loth lath '.'1th. slat 1 srtemier 7th. 14th, 2Ut :!'sthDirttt .
"Li't us stop it then." K all }'rtIghtl3 'I.llio'tt'aU1lul' Lu:.. troUt IV'r N(>. 1 H 1J., Sew York. \ !:.
And so order were given that operations Ami everything; in the ITRNITrRE. :, .t.c--I't''ul: .X;;entxan. lotatnl at all j'run:n'al jxiint through Florida, where tickets can LecureJ an To Ailhoin it May Concern.Take .

t ht' uMit ion should he I I line. Call unit I the NiMock inl.irniation. i litainetlft
oft : Miiiciided.The stc i ) :-talt ii>oiiian>l liertlitunil HI :1I1"lItltrlllll Jackect.vitle and Fernindina: otUct notice. that ue. the under-i! ;:ne*l
> won MI.pt'1II1t..l ; and the haiuUrtuod j just fl't.'l'i\"l',1. j' 0-Tr.mis Iruiu 1' U \ N. K'y run tliivttU to -Inp aide at I'trtuiiJinxI ,: Executors ot the last will and te-tameiit
t ( still dni their for :".\iij further inforinatioli can be ul tamul tram of William Harian
wing levy doing Torwood. deceased,
of metallic and \\oiKlen .1. :M (t'lIHt raskenstrn.t, curlier 1a' ald Ihvaiitrttt! *, JaikbOLMllo. }'11.
nothing, or next to nothm:r. while the Kiepfull 'pplv U W. --ot'1'II" It'K.lll'lIt.. leniaiiihna 111n I will apply to the Honorable Minor S.
robin Kit on her nest with her air of 11. l .-\\::\IO'\II. (ietteral'1'raveiues .\I''utC. Jone-County Judge of l Itre\'artI county.

great e.m-cqnenee awl zeilouattention Coffins, Cases and Caskets. H. HALLORY+ & CO. General Arc ClltS. Pier 20 E. R. BET YORK CITY. Florida, on thc Otli day ot Aniju-t. .\.D.
,
tAl litisiues.i:; :, and had her fl..1 brought Funeral- attended if de-iied. All orders i I'ssj., at hiolllce in the town ot Tituille *-

her b\ JUT mate, and at last hah'ltt.'tllwr e\ecutetl and at reaonarntc : \ county and state aforesaid fur
truod And then t lieuetothuv weeks promptly done, :! rJOTICE 2 I letters ot adminitrationItb the win
-. Emhalnnni annexed of William Harian Foruood,
more to go bat the least before the
decca-ed. 1
young OIMN could fly.\ Coi h-s \'i-ited: the
lust FRONT GREAT CHANGE IN PRICES OF GOODS.I >.\MUL: M. Ill:I\AUH. \1
fnstiently.| not with allY unemi.itltciur : BEAUTIFUL RIVER 11'3l.. b. FUIWtJtll'.
illll'at, l'Ill'l' to ha\e the robin and the
.K1FHN FUI WU01J. ;,
voting ones out of the W.Ihut' with ain ..1'CFORCED Executors the la-t will and testament -
mime interest: m their gnmth. ThoU :!'in pl"l'l'an'd j 1 tll IIlk< :P I LIIII\: n-1' l>..uMin111; : -- ot \\illiani llarlin For vtMM1>> do-

<> birds had all the time they wanted ce.ied.A. .

and when at hst they had sternly holjvdtlioclunis SALE. i F. >.. 11 ILLI.tM..
\" reluctantyoungstersover the MEN'S BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S CLOTHING. Solicitor for the K\ecutor 'f.Gt

('tlgt' of the nest: and the\ shotted themselves .
-
-- -- --- -- ---- -
to ho able to get: clout on their ;;r.i acre of high diy laud. uititnlly : i \OTICI

the own hook, orders sere given to resume situated on Iiidi:in Uixer. (Jioat least' Strjvts Wool" and Fur: TTetts: ; nn.c1. Mate ul Florida, I ,
building olk'ruiuns{ ; and t hhill a quarter mile river fiont. 11'ill boold Iat i 7 (, ot Krvvard j I" J""tit", -l'nutTo

Unn of the guiijHwder, tearing the least: .",0 per cent less: than ;anv: laud i(' Caps White" ; and Fancy Shirts; i onnty Hannah M. .'a,-:-t'r.
rocks alKu-t was heard where the birds: ot like nature on the ii\er. \\ c arc ;, 1
You are Itl'r"Ilhtifit't.l that writ of
had I 1I.'t'1 1'l1. ordered to sell, and selle um-t. I j Un.c1.or'VVoar.: E3osiory., Nock- I attachment has ken i'utd again.1 -t you:
It
would was an idle freak, a practical man Address or call on i 'VVoar, Tr""lt.n.ks; : and: "Va,1isos and }our property attached to *ati.ly tie
say, of a man who may have had !i !I demand ot I). L. (Juuldui, amounting t..
more money; than he kl1l'w.what to do Chun. u. Ntcecl. i ii TJ-m: ."toarolleis, cvncl: Boots; :>:!:r. Now unless joiihall appear before

\\ th. IVihaps it was a freak, but it was pla1\lj.t'r: :i i j the II..n. Minor :>-. .lorn'*, Judge; of the
ne of the sort of freaks that make the I nxicl: Shoos. I! County Court and t x-+firio Jntiivol
world Utter.-lltWon Transcript 'Lis- River Real Estate Agency : fur
Indian the Peace said at his
t'n'r." ;-Vou never vet h.ulueli a chance to get a lilt of j goods fur *o little county
office TiiHilIe the bth of
llTUbMLLE, 1LA :5 i I at on day
iI nionev. Call and see for .nHlr- : Au;.:u-t, .\. I>. ISs.s, at 10 o'clock in the
eln'I
Jerusalem Unlit OrVs Ruin,. ----I I forenoon, jndjrmtnt; will be rendered

the traveler walks on he peieeivesat iT. BIR.N'"B.A..U1\LI:, :I again you and jour property' wild to pay

lufooUteife are not on the original PORTER & POTTER I l the debt.
pound of i i Dated this tHh: day of June, lft&>.
Jerusalem, but upon a mass Second Door East of Indian River Bank, TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.Clyde's /
of superimposed matter which has belt : 7 I) L. (JAULuav, riatntUT.

trewn our the whole site.. History i I

I numerates holy city, eleven; seventeen of which captures were attended"y of the Real Estate Dealers, \!! New York, Charleston & Florida S. S. Line. ., To all whom it may Aoficc toncern:

sieges more or Xs dl'Structin'ftl'r Six mouth after date I will i-rtfeut to the honor-
f mans eif these events the houses then Lake lYtirtli, Dade ( 0., ria. The Eleganttt'timer- of this Line art appointed to vile ibleMmorS. .Jout-ti, Probate.Ind (eot BrtvarJ Co.
l i }1...W, final accounts\ouclientof tbfUtec
standtng Were razed to the earth. These of FROM: JACSSONVILLE.SEMINOI.1 I .TOHN MtMiKK ileiea-t of lIaitl cf-utitT and .*k
Florida < the most trot'lcall'art
Worth i
LaVe :
were in tune succeeded by new houses, : : for my final UiHtharyail ioinitrator of rte (Wal'lfttale
\ im their the Mate It lies parallel with the ocean beach mile, u :, (New)...... ....... .. ....... .. ...... .. .. .... Thur- lay, .\u-. Oth, G.K( a m ; I'HINF.VK I> WKHM: >N, Atlnt'r.
turn wire overthrown at .:miles long. of au average \\idthot oiie is I .
the next siege and so on, each capture Connected with the cct-au bi' an inlet, and is uo- CHEROKEE, (New).... ........................... .......... Thursday, Aug. IGth, 12:30/ p m TitnsvilK Fla. January t' 1"1.WANTED

to time here over three-quarters of a mile from the ocean.. >; EMINOLE (New)...... ......................,............ Thursday, _\U{;. 23rd: O.IiO: a m
jading accumulation of rubbish. .
be excelled,
The nuhinu and huiiUng cannot pom1 .. .. ... .. ............ ..... :
: the trau'lei learns that a compact 'ano, blue fishea: .trout barracutv shwpLead and Cl I EROK EE. tXt'w).. ... ...... ... Thur..daJ Aug uth,11:3ia in !

laYl'r feet .of solid coating, from thirty to fifty other'iitliaiut nuefleh. l'eer leiug' and eaMlcaught will turkiare:, ly l.lrntmful trolling or m FROM: FEEt.N: AND IN A.. KelUIde all.I.1"0 Writ to trawl for aD

m thickness, has Ux>n by"degrees the pine wootls beyond the chain of fresh water \ftt.'rnIlPl1 LI'Uhl1..bt'tl H. ..ui.- 'tnriux Die umui rr tuotihi.limos. .
" : .
En.ryU11t.by
.
lurniiii
MLu au A buracandgive"tecuritfI
"I'road over the entire laVe which he weft ct I.aW.nh. t-auUful 10coanut > .
spat'l'l.n bejrmj all along the Chores ot rt"ftcrr.IIJu"y 4 lay t=-
t\ are in .Attcrtrrlt.tl lit tl'i
the the valleys and ravines ettteen the lake groves, and guavas, uiau ties, vapadillos alligator !I l+1111"11 ..V great. <.ha'H" for tlie rl:;lit liifii !
MUral lulU on which the city was cUKaraiv''.*. iaiiiuh lames. Jiiuauan, I'I.OUIU.\ n.\II.-\ .IMviicirio:'\ ('O" TU.\I\ Mate a,,*. hii-.il+ -ns, f-ttnuv. aiiil tu fair; t .
built wars and tJUrt- .lit -fertnc.a. Soalttt.UO'I
have Uvn *) far fillet up as to havo uuianude, coffee. g.o.bt'rry terra luaumee. an era, .Jatk-on\ille 2 H tttrHriiJ uamt-n l '.> ".'fal< car.N. Never r. mind about
(taa. :almond. *. dates. c;'s oranges Leaving : : p. iii.IELAWA1E lvti< I .
Panly maumee saI .
kit: their special character al- lemoii, citrou and M kmd of tropical truiU : sending nUUip bur r"pl Ij AI.trt-.II..ln..I> I:* ,**
r ady nuntioneil The 1\Tophl'lIn brook and hme flower are doing ni.eh ht-re Thi u the mc..teastern ) Sunday. \a;:. :thUth '11)ELAWARE: Sunday. .tn. IVtb 'i Dos U Liihiuoud \'.- :'..Jr. o.
.
I rt\l.\: Ef: Au.ethtemttlicr :::
of lorida In'inn 1"0 uiilrfc t-a t of the "Ell.SlJ: : uuJ.l"ug. Sunday ------ -
rhapN
the part .
instance.traulor
most:
Tile i particular longitude ot Jaik.. ou\ule This brings the Gulf e.lt'e ui'i'oiuUtl to -.ill h'tlHI l'lera. ha-t aver, Vwotk, TO oi R m:.in cits.
will haHohl'anl of this !I strJaui nearer to the laud Lerr than at any other
uk. or read of it ill JWphus: as a part of the coast< and thus insures tie not even, Every Tiuday and Friday at 3 u'cloik, P. M. Malaria or Ague Surely Cured !
;
ndillark in the interior of this city, but I temperature .f.anpUie in the truck United Mate winter A., The freight ami p.i- enjjor eouiniodutioiia art un-urj, .!-l.tl. Every attention mil begiven lu this bread k"c..rUOb. we speak! not taUriv, bat
garden every
tu '
lit' wIll large acreage i iut that thru and all mu maticpui
lotlltt't'I
not find tJU"iul.'s' ntru-ttnl to this line. .tate
it. NV\t'rtlieIesa it was Lu.trl- -ariy tttniitoes beiuggroHn
UtM from 1&.*KW to:-u i Kt .* Direct nil -hiimu nt-fW1IXt.w York via l'lYtlc'".. Flori.la Lint, 1'itr 2t t, East Ilivci >> >iic&n be ratualiN ilritt-u from the .Ylltt'QI.
that whuli I riii- from :yl 0 tot
j at its exit from the city at event jtar ; For runher intonuation applY to and a irnja-i cure tfuirnntenl. Thuuaaade ot
!onUI the bridge: span was: more than 1 ,5.tk> ,...r luihel: u.\.(>J .lu.ul.ail sierra izfud and o.tthi.e J. .\. >1EU, .\ l'J1t. .1..1. I.J-:-I.IEtut., ?Ar./nic catlt"\I "bose tttttm Ji4 fjmr r", k.T.
I ol
> are eomeuu-ut ot > pni + '\ ., Jacksonville, Fla. our lutallible rtiatsl wbicb .
I Ith..l..t F i'rn:tn.Una, 'la. tayt. ; been cared by I'VI'
Lc.fe.'t" above its 11\"l1. Its course has ; -.-i iiwabv the above firm, who Lave almot-t will,al of TH En. t.. EfiUMi-att'cManagit: ', \\ M. 1*. CL\)K' A. ('t)., lit'X'LliT-., tarn ceitber quinine. ntlUC,or atijtLlug ujnnom.
andrarul liy the discovery. he arch laud to hell. lvjirtir bu\tng now in a ;).'> Hroail\\aj, N. Y. -otithU: : .' .'-, Philadelphia, 3.1 Uroitlwa, N. \ Fun treanaeLtfee.. by oil hjrMcUn< vt kicbtiUmliBZ
1 deep excavations here and there .hort time, more than double the vurcha; =* money Like : 1't.. lUoNMUMitl.: Jr.. IJt'ru ral Tr.n-eiuK:; H..t. Jacb unlle. Florida.: also trial rtrueUj Keut en mrtlturaal.i .
1''Y on
Lot range from 5 to 10 acre all troiitiug i ,
l.1illd' cthtruhl-'l the KH no.voxer- I Worth. l'riCt-sfrotu $:)tt to .100: an acre AnyonE i iwisLiUt' I II Since last season VENTILATORS have been constructed on the iron steamers for the i! dree to1.s.lIF.L MEDICAL Dl KE.vr, :t't 'xu4i>.*... X.TTIlE _
', "Palestine II111 4ratt'tlts ." II I I further tutomution mtlo stamp to the better transportation of Oranges: aad Vegetables ; 9-smu.
firui
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THE FLORIDA STAR, THURSDAY, AUG. ?. 1SSS.LOCAL .
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I thanks fora HucJ.lcn'rl1lca Salvc.i Adrlre to Mothers. -\ I,. 11't t'.11 \' (!
LACOMCS.Mr. : -Mr. F. I; Sackett has our j jI 3Irs.W 'a:::oc= : ':t''jt t\. ""011
The betalve in the world for cut*. be used when children ore cutting: te th. It relieves '
dish of Isis fine comb
[eo. K. Rumph is giving the 1 honey. bruin, -oreulcer-, alt rheum, fever the little sufferer once; it produces natural, t'r.'F.KNfor 1quiet81 >

Vulcan fire-proof paint a trial on his store. -Job printing; of all kind, neatly and sore, tetter chapped hands, chilblains, |i as a button.p.andlhelittlecherub9.w3kes" it i 3 very pleasant to as wte."bnght I DRY GOODS
)Jr.rattllll is i doing the work. : expeditiou-ly executed at this office. corn- and all kin eruptionand po-i-i soothes the chi13,softens the gums,slays all pain. N OTIONS
regulates the bowels and is the best known remedy ,
full -hare of 1 I -Mr. M. Waring Davi, of Palatka, is tively cures pile*, or no pay required..1 diarrhoea, whether arising from teething or 1othercatses.
her
-Rrerard's jail has It is m guaranteed to give perfect *atifacj I 'Iwenty-tive cetta a bott:a. Hardware. Crockery.
:SheritFand hisdeputy 1! now purser on the steamer Rockledge. I Price '!3; cents SaddleryISIOUVIMU ,
occupants which keepthe j tion or money refunded. I J. PlITl'lL\Jn. J>n'.i. Io nt- Stationery.
quite buy.Mr i iI i -Mr. G. F. Duren ha* his new house :j per box. For sale ball drug stores inThurifle I t\'. --I. ,'r. cines.. Garden Family Seeds.Medi-

-. Tubbs and daughter; of Tampa, I'I completed, and it presents a very neat j and ou Indian River.i'oh I mm RIVER urn.

left here on Saturday'* steamer for Melbourne .|L appearance.See SALX. :!i CHOICE GROCERIES,

on her way tft"i-it friend atI I X. C. Bryan & Co'- new adveri I I A tract ot land on Indian River in the I Titus'line rioritla. Hay, Corn, gapes Fertilizers.
-ement relating to Artesian well and county of Urevard. con-i-tint:: : :: of Si >
Fort Pierce. and south halt : A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANCIT1 1'01J'I.OUIU:
.
i acre-: : beim_: lot Xo. o. :: 1
Captain \\ H. Sharpe was in town cheap term i of the northeast quarter ot'n 3;}. i SACTED. ----

Tuesday having just returned from a -Rooms to rent ever Mr*. Lowden'- I and lot X.>. ;:\. beini::: the southwest quar- .II 1.tiiPtfig 111'1iht: ai.do...'. sI'lIai .ui.l "771 A / 1rTirTI O_ fti
eolhetioMLoaiio Pf V fl J J_ J.
'ter of section :irien to j> Qu V-/O
'f the northwest .
where his millinery store. Apply, afterix p.m., ( : quarter .. ,
aged
N trip to Quitraan, Georgia; IUl'ntlah.1 un tit-.t II101'ta:: fura": in::
1 I;. both in township :'A south ran:::e :30 _' .
'
to C. H. alton. o lUnk- < <>n>''rationami ln h\ Mu.iN. InkTITlSII..I..I:. 1'i. 4..
11 father resideMefc i -. j Cl.t. This i- a'er desirable piece ofhammock. tat allowe l on time t.lt'llOoito18100.000 -.

"r",. Ender & Barke-dale:: have Heavy southea-t wind- jand recent o vil of rich quality :suitable: TO LOAN TIN & SHEET-IRON WORKERS.
build eighteen foot yacht rains have caused the waters of the river i j for the raisin;: of all tropical fruitI-
contracted to an ; On Fir-t-cla-s Real E-t\tc. -
I Knos -
:situated at the Xarrows.: near potoffice. I
1 for Mr. Grotjan Ronald, to be completedin to rise perceptibly. Willell cheap for (:\-h. For *' rl"l'F'"INi.: IiOO t'IN(i i.
about three weeks. -Mr. W. S. Tancre arrived here with particulars: addre-s I ltlvaueestlulcnp'nvailablceollatetil. .

-Mr. II. IJ. Her-ey ha- returned froma his new -loop-yacht la-t Saturday, and Ii E. M. LOW. Approveillm-ine-s Drafts on all part paper of Ennlw..li$(onnUHl. :///// ...llll/'"/f11'IIl'lll- "'/' i///"

trip to St. Augustine; where he -ay- be himself and wife arepending a few day- o. Ui.u-k'on, )la--. I Itu.ineilonc at .Jal'l -..n\-i1l4' rate.. J JJ J *(/r,'.
Ltl; : lit favor, I'oiiM-ti'iit with -OHIM*
ary
s]>ent a very plea-ant time ; in fact" he here. Hamilton & Co., I Lankinz, th-,-rtuUxttiule.; .!. (Galvanized Work & H6JSlTilJ! of all kInd

fell in love with the "Ancieut City. -The repairs on the steamer White I C't'BCE.i'OSUENT.: Hank uf.Juk-unvillt", _
I TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA, I 1 Jacksonville, Ha.; The -t'a1Joa1'l1 National
have been and -he inow
-Two Undying law very intently toether! and ready to resume: her route from Melbourne t'.'t.Itall,1 : Uealrr- in I

the bar at the to Jupiter. I TROPICAL AND SUB-TROPICAL FRUITS AND FLOWERS
)hope to be admitted to I i

coming fall term of court.We -Rev. )Ir. Foy started fora trip northon Indian River Oysters I iI Egyptian Queen Pine Slips.

are requested to announce that York Tuesday and thence He expect where go to he Xew will I; Itiil 1 lX l.\.X 1-11 V Eh XL" ] : 1 ::1 1I.: .
)Ir. Jake Uirnbaum will prevent a fan to west -

tho-e who will visit his: new store duringthe spend several weeks with relativeand Green Turtle and Game Bone Meal, Tobacco Stems. Cotton-seed Meal, Cow Peas & Fertilizers.

"Fani to give away" riends.. I I TEUM- '.
next few day- I CATALOGUE: MAILED FREE ( \>H.

is his motto. -JIer-. F. C. Ht'aslml Geo. )1.1 A'l ordcr' will,receive wlu'tlu-i prompt\hy teh'graph uml careful, attention '1 JOHN I*. JJEA1, Indian Ricer Nurseries, East }It'IlNMirni% Fla.

-He.Ta.-. Holton will preach at La Robbins were chosen delegates! to 1. ttti >n' IH-r.,"n. 17 ,

Grange on Mmday: morning next, and at State Republican convention Ocala at I{ WE CALL THE ATTENTION

the Court-hou-e, Titu" ville, in the evening the county conventionheld at Melbourne INDIAN RIVER ART GALLERY

at the usual hour. All are earnestly at week.A i Ot the people of Indian layer to our stock of (UMK-.
which we arc < lerinir? at n'rl'lo (' margin.We .
invited to attend. twehe-pound ;girl put in an appearance l'ICiiENS rriSXKK I ;
make a specialty (If
-Col. Wright, of Green Cove Spring-, at :Sunbeam on Sunday night Photographer, I

here Thur-day for L.kcrorth.. la-t, and Judge J<,nei i- n'Hthe biggest;

left He went on to view and e-timate the co..tof judge;: and the happte-t Jones in the Picture I- mutt line.prepared: to anything in the I I Groceries Grain Hay and Flour

0 constructing the propo-ed new railway' whole Union, -o to peak. We learn ,
I
View Ea-t: l'o.t..t and Indian liver
between Lake Worth An Jupiter. that mother: and child are doing finely. a specialty.Ha on. I On \\ Jjc11 i UL will: _'!i\"l' -l.'t'li.l: ; iii,lurenlent11 e carry a lariret. L ..l i

-tarted for Jacksonville Reports from the work at the new I
-C'apt. Fitzgerald the only' Authorized 1'IIoTocm\I'1I GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS BOOTS AND SHOES, HATS AND CAPS ETc.
morning fur an absence inlet at Pepper Haulovcr: !say that a ,
on Monday OF PIIE-IDENT CLEVELAND AND P.\l:TY
of three ,>r four day lie ha- deferred channel about four feet deep and twenty I that ha- ever I been made during their 11'liichye ax t- (,tic:-iIi .;; j l-.u' rigurt'Th -e nttdinglux;:: '- will rind it rt.J\: :.

the learner Chatta or twenty-five feet wide U now connecting travelOrderby mail receive prompt their interest to rice u- a calla- we are selling hoi- \try }l.\\ ,
bringing up "'t' wii11l'! >a-ed to quote prict- at time.
attention. 40Omo.Indian pt any
the of IJanana river and the
hoochee from Jupiter for a few day-.. waters
Ocean. We hope the work done will be -- --- ------ E. L. BB... ..DY :SR.o.
-)Ir. II. J. Kgger. of Jacksonville, i*
effective in keeping the inlet tor I
spending a short vacation at his former open River Bakery
some time. THE SIMPLEST IS THE BEST.
ic-idence, 1.... Grange, and alM>.was in Ti- '. I
W hiiutoiiinue
tu-ville during; the pat week. Hi many -Capt. Zellers htkept his manatees, TITUSVILLE FLORIDA.

friends are glad to ee him here again. captured in the St. Lucie river over live I
weeks ago all this time in three: mall tank- Fresh Bread, Cakes and Confectionery,
Major C*. P. Magnuler was in town ,
j ju-t large enough; to hold each one. CllIstUltl on band ,
that the Arte-ian I
on Tuesday and report This demonstrates with proper handlingthat HOSTON, FIJKXn'l: } (;1\: 11.\'l AND
well. at Ilockledgo; are a great success MILK IJUKAh MADKTO :
Mr. G. S. Hardee's. new well flows 7o,0H the eacow'iIl -tand transportation OKDKK. TUB
and confinement better than I
I wa- 1'utlt.s IU11l'i ft.tatend for with
jrallons day from a depth of about < 1110 etry
per The is care and attetiti'iu. Alltrt-f N"n-Iuti>\uatiLg.
danger
expected. greatest exposing
i
ICO feet. llcalcli ea\mg IVvnrajit. o Lts per bottle.
them to a sudden( change of temperature for Hotels Restaurants Etc.
Special Prices ,
-Mr. (Seorge M. Kobbiiistarted., onTuesday TROY
from hot to cold. : (;. 4J/rilir, 1-'o )l'
for several weeks'stay among _
,
I the mountain North Carolina. Mr>. -The article published in another -- - - l'hu'I Hif 3

G. M. Robbiiis, accompanied by her column, signed by M. R. MaluuTey, reflect GRAND VIEW HOTEL f
great credit on the writer, who i-i ia ,
brother, )Ir. George Paddi-on, allef
for Xorth Carolina this morning.Mr. divine among: the colored people of TITUSVILLE, FLA. niacle.&r ,vI

Florida, and spent most of the pa-t year Hasles-
F. M. Morten has turned over -- | ?
a near and in Titu-ville. The coin poitionk easier !
hi- charge of the Indian River Ice Factory -. i entirely his own, while the manuscript Tie lost centrally located Hotel in City I .lt
r toIr.. Foster who has complete control
is very plainly and intelligently -0-
i of the bu-ine-s. )lr. Morten retain NEW HOUSE. FIl: T.CL.IX
h written. The writer can, undoubtedly,
Iris half interest in the factory, but expects EVEHY Ul-: PECT.
'
do a great deal to educate and elevate 'pF'I tj ','
to go north in a few day*. his race. Open all the year round. Table Unurpa ? fy ? v ,

and her sister Miss Eva .... lloonjs Free.
-Mrs. Wager ---- --- --- ed. Bath i

Clapper started thi. morning for an extended More Hoals. Ilats, si..">() x :J.OO per Da1'E,1. )-. '

rest of several months with relatives "'c learn from Capt. Watson, Gen- Tanks
.\J. HATE-; 1'Ell IEK. I Mills Derricks Pumps
near their old home in New York eral Agent of the J. T. &. K. W. road ,,
,
J. '1. MILLER Proprietor. ,
Sftate. Ye editor of the >'FAI: accompan that there ino doubt but what the road ,
1
1 i iethem as far as Jacksonville. will place upon the route between Daytona Geo. B. -Rumph.- and Pipe Work put in e >uiilete and warr.mtejl. I'ipami tittiiin-: pI'!

-The recent rains come: at11 opportune and Indian River one, and if business '! I short notice. Iu is of all kinds fl1rni llt'd awl fl'pairt-.L

time to prevent the young: oranges warrants, two steamer the coming I A FILL LINE OFGENTS' -
Call on or adores.: .J r Q I-I XIY: J
from splitting and falling from the tree season. C.ll't.rat on leaves next Monday
FURNISHING GOODS.i)7'1 .
,
which would have been the ease had thdry for Wilmington; Del., for the pur- 12: Box 208, TITUSVILLE FLA

_
time continued another month whe poseof procuring e timate- and contracting -

the fruit would have been almost matured for two steamer suitable for this I
BOBBINS & GRAHAM
i in route. It is expected that these steamers : ) /\ ,

frize.Mr. will be completed by the loth of Oc- ,;-
J. P.irnbaum, our enterpri-in -
tober. They will be fast and of light i 1 .l
dealer in Gent's. Furnishing good I removed -

hi. entire stock to hi. new ta1HI draught, and will touch at all landingsbetween & LOAN AGENTS

on Washington avenue on Tuesday.: Jake here and Indian river. Rockj j & REAL ESTATE BROKERS

j now has aolid glasfront to how higood I II ledge will probably' be the terminus on I ....,- -.- .
-
the Jler. '
Dujtona +
r \'cr.- enfaer.Iutcrtalnuleut r -
*, and it will now be a close! contest I. I

between several of our merchants to see SOLD.
and Kec-tlire. LANDS BOUGHT AND
who can show the best display window.It 1

will be notil'Cllthat letter from On Friday evening la.t the entertain- !, iRESS' I Loans Negotiated on First Class Security at from 12 to 24 per cent.
I a ment and lecture for the lenetit of the :| HIRTSco I *'
Dr. Hughlett from Roekledge, contradicts new M. E. Church south, was held atWager's I Choice lots in ral'hllgrowing Towns will net incest'sl'i Icy
the item published-t week in reference i cent. in twelve month:
Hall. The
hou-e was a fuller I
to the property of the Hotel Indian : 'NE-LINEN.is I Residence lots in Titu>ville from $20 up to $lCJOu.* .
one than most had expected, and the receipts i $'!.- u*I.
Hher.t the time we heard the information i IJu.sine.slots:o. from 5O to
amounted to about $42 includingthe '

' !; source we obtained we deemed it,it but reliable we cheerfully from the !: The refre-hments fiat part di-po-ed of the of.entertainment I Ii i I: Agents for Florida Southern Railway Lands.

give space tj the Doctor's letter only we i ItRCK'1' IJ11ST*>
consisted of songs, recitations and music, '
I think that our announcement may have i all of which were .un;, read or executed j j :hreslbttrdeii Seeds :; More than :.UHU) )>N m I Acnni'C'hoirc Lan.l-: l I'JI':1 t.I.l ill nt.ul.y I U+''rt',.

been a little premature and that time in a manner mcich to the credit of those': gold at Philadelphia Retail Prict5. Will 0 county in the State. -uituMe fur f anlll1l" (,raZll1;:!. Fruit and > -
1 probably bear it out. ;: I Growing-Z'inc' Ct,.!lar Timber. price ?"1 per..1rr'fl-'
may : C'vpreand
I taking their respective parts. The little i ntake.'ecial orders and prices to I

-Capt. II. P. 1'\ lli"Oll. who has been o folks did exceedingly: and deserve a parties wanting seeds I upward

away for a month in command of the : great deal of credit for their part of the I j ji in bulk. !i P. O. Box 200 Titusville, Florida.

steamer Queen of t. Johnat \Vilmingtun I i entertainment. At the conclusion, ,. Geo. B. Rumph. I

X. C., where it habeen quite | Judge Tucker a intere-ling 19 Titusville, Fla. : GRAHA .
1 : gave very : ------ A. A. STEWART, GEO. M. BOBBINS, WALTER S.
gay:; fur some time pa-t returned to Tituville di-course on storms and cyclones for ,I XOTICU.Tn Clerk Circuit Court. Atty. at Law. }}. D

on atuflby111 took charge of : about three-quarters of an hour, and all whom it inay concern,

/i/ the llockledge on Monday morning. :, most of the audience would liked to : Take notice that six weeks att>rilate.I COMPAttComplete

The Captain who returned alone, appeared have li-teued to him longer upon tin-} interesting i will apply to the Ho'ior.ible; Minor >. BREYARD ABSTRACT OF TITLE
I Jones. couhtyjutl e of Urevard county,
pleased to return to Indian River topic. IIrt-
Flol'idat his oftice. in said county for land itard
PaddUon and children : The 11J.irIS under the Abstracts of Title furnished to all
lie reportMr- :\ managementof letters of admini.stration to the estate of
as being in excellent health, and are ,! Rev. Mr. Jas. IJoltou, a--i-ted by the I Edward liibson, late of said county, deceaed. count)', Florida.

themselves their ladies of Titusville and it whispered Perfected.Box .
enjoying immensely at Dated this 19th day of July .\. D. Titles Examined and
home in Point Cas\\fll, about -o miles that another entertainment of this kind b ':.

froth tYilmiimton. will be given gain before 1 slug. 1i.; WILLIAM Gwso 250, Titusville, Fla.