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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 16, 1888
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note: Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note: Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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VOL. IX. TITUSVILLE, FLA., THURSDAY, AUG. 16, 1888. NO. 17.cent .


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3lints. at the new church. We are pleased to 1 Jlioeo. I Proxies 31 list", (;o. j because I have faith in the manhood ,

unusually pleasant see him about again as usual. Too dry for a wet season.Mosquitoes : Editor Florida St"l' : j my party. I believe that the magnitude r
We have been having !I Ire
weather during the past week. I Ilr. noticed quite a number of ladies I arc making; themselves: im- SIR-In the opinion of the writer the 1 of this evil escapes those wIlt} should y-' ; m

and from mortal. "proxy power'' in our conventions operate know the truth. I believe, furthermore, s
gentlemen our neighboringtowns
has been with hid fam- i
who {
) China as an injustice upon the delegates that the voters:: will act in this matter. t
in j I
week returned to Georgia our settlement on Sunday la-t. The daily order for mosquitoes is-stir
ily for the past present, and deprives our county of a': One precinct certainly will, and that in '
The reason being the opening of the new up the switch-pot, not poke up the fire. I h
Tuesday. unmistakable And for the
fair tones.
representation. as:
Baptist Church at this point. No of fever reported here,
Miss Burtus and Miss Minis spent the cases yellow Why opposition to proxies fails. The f writer, he now declares that he will not
The fish fry which took place on our afraid of
greater part of last: week in Titusvillc, nor any. 'proxy men are the organized! machine 1 :support: any manbe he the best: man and t E

and took a prominent part in the social little river on the 10th inst. was a great Fine beds of muck on the shore waitingfor I politicians. They go into conventions his only friend, if he gets a nomination
success and much enjoyed by all
of the week. present. the harvester.Waterspouts tainted with vim-
event fully prepared to meet opposition. They any proxy
We noticed visitors from the St. Johns
Miss I.aunielIarrism came tip from Titusville in the late showers, followed raise the cry of unfair dealing, that Vox.Jupiter '
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River, Melbourne, Merritt's Island and ____ __ .
Saturday morning to pend a few by angle worms in the rain barrels." proxies have always been allowed!, that -
other points on the river. The event
days with her mother. \Ve understand )lr-\. Latham has made a fine collection the precincts they represent are in remote Hems.
closed with a dance at the residence ofMr. I
she has received appointment as postmistress Chas. Young which was enjoy- of turtle eggs, from the embryoto parts of the county, that justice ) Jas- Olnistead and family are es- it itIr. '

I and in due timc will take posessiml very the little chaps themselves. They and honor demand that their reliance on ]pee ted to move down here for good,at anearlv "
able. When will the next one take place?
of the office here Keep the hall rolling. were gathered for the Fi-h Commissionerand I the convention -h.tllnot be disappointed, t date. "

Hears have been feasting on Mr. Key- TRUTH..llclliuiiriie. are of good value. Mrs. L. reports I etc. Jupiter had a plesiut: visit from M.

I ser'zs watermelons of late. A brave hun three different species of turtle laying on In the presence. of this apparent plea :i' Patrick,last week, call agtiuynur reverence. f

ter of our village encountered, shot, andinjur't our beach. The collection took sixty I for justice the unorganized portion of Ced Mielle, Falthe.Mr. .

} one, but the dogs with which he )Ir. Gibbs left last Monday on amonth' miles of walking. the llel'gate-m:1llY: being new men- I' Walker hascompleted: the addition r

I I } endeavored to track the animal with, furlough.Mr. Mr. Vernon Harris and wife arrivedby are overcome by the fear of doing wrong. to Capt. Carlin'house: which will in all 0 ,,

Droved unworthy, and )Ir. Bruno e caped.On fast boat to take possession: : of the A protest against the practice is pas-cd. probability be occupied towards the latter t
Craft opposite Malabar has accomplished the look the machine smiles of this month. '
men grave, part
i receipt of the STAU we.as usual, grove and house lately occupied by II. I
wonders in the short time lie
for all i is safe with them. Jas. Armour has been
j Capt. tin seccral ,
the interesting contents imme G. Bosucll.: Mr. and Mrs. Harris hail M
ran over has been here. Nature of these Mark these'fact abortive _
: proxies. hunting expeditions lately, ;
from Lawrence Kansas.
The wedding column we enjoyed .
diately. Messrs. Add Morrison and Will Hitch- *. Whenever a precinct has no interest I his ill success cing caused by climatic
and considered the compliments given I )Williamson is busy .shingling
. I ings leave to-day for Hock Ledge where very in a particular convention, it :is agencies, such as fogs etc.
our fair friends of Minis as well merited. his ]hou t.'. There is a prospect! ot a townat
1.t. they have received contracts.A repie-ented by a proxy. Who gives this It may l>e interesting to some of your '' ,
Hut when we came to the Minis: noteswe :St. Sebastian some day, as surveyors
. party of five or six colored men arc proxy ? It is a strange thing to see aprct.'illl't reader to know that we have corner
were somewhat perplexed at the alterations | arc laying out the town lots. It will be '
clearing part of the homestead: of Mr. which has held no primary, in turtle eggs down here. They have tt
made from the original by the [ on the grant laying !south and west of '
Hines, of the Chicago Inter-Ocean. which has given no proxy, yet represented greatly increased in mince. i -
usual careful ((Ii tor.re finally con- j this place.

duded that doubtless the enchanting The smoke from numerous fires on the -- ---- by proxy. But the machine, or ring, 'apt. John Fitzgerald i expected
I which has a kl'encne of duty to remote back to-day when it is expected Capt.
fast
loveliness of the previous evening had so peninsula the past week shows how ('litu'ch ()OJ'njn ,
j precincts, steps up and is always ready J. II. Grant will be relieved of his tru-t.
render that !section is being cleared and preparedfor :
dazzled his natural reason as to
A large and interesting congregationfront ,
cultivation. with a proxy. Whenever a man claims John makes a good captain.

our poorly penciled line almost illegible. Merritt's Island, Melbourne and to have forgotten his own credentials )lr. James II. Carlin has completed '
1 1j But matter we had preaching just the We are to hear that Prof. Nebittand *- I I
no sorry
j from the banks of the:1.:: Johns River assembled and fears to appear in person l before the his residence on the banks of lake
game though Key. Chaudon preached in- family propose: to start tin- weekon I at Eau Gall, : hist
Sunday
on .
) proper committee appoints a PWX'ht'neer )'. Worth Creek. Mr. C. has just had some 'r :
-tead of Mr. Chambcrl'm.Our their return trip to Englanti.ll'e hear
the occasion being the formal opening of
\\ a man comes to Titusville land cleared, on which he intends planting -
Minis correspondent is mistaken the Praf. expects to return this fall. I' the Eau Gallie Bapti-t Church and School.
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as delegate, but prefers to attend to some pine-apples etc.re wish him suc ,
Ito C about our changing the item relative to )Ir. Ilundell may perhaps visit California. l ev. )Ir. ( ,Jove conducted the servicesat other business, he appoints a proxy. I cess.

. service at that place. The item was dcftrred I the close of which :Mr.: John II. Mellor, Ought such. proxies to weigh more in 1r'I'.1.O'Lricn has had :"l'knclillinck

1 from the week previous when it )Ir. L. B. Daw-son.of Narrows, stopped the Kev. )Ir. Prince and others spoke at a convention than the I
arrived too late for insertion, and by its in Melbourne to !'ol'eome! of his old :some length, and on the fact being made the pains and expense of attending ? Do of bait. He wishes his friend Mr. J. \\'.

apj'Ciiring the following week it conllictnl friends. Mr. I). is an old New Yorker I known by one of the reverend gentlemen I such proxies give us: a fair, a legitimate I Meeks of New York, was back to enjoy

with the servile held by Kev. Mr. 1 from the western: p.utof the :State:; and I that work was required) to finish the inside representation ? Is a proxy a delegate? it, as he is one of Jupiter's most ardentadmirer.

(liaudoin.: -Ki>. Sr.vu.] later from Iowa, staunch Iteptiblican, of the building, several of the con I A delegate is a representative of his precinct 1 i .".

-(-':-nun---oral. hoping for the election of I Harrison. \\'e I gregation at once :subscribed in work and I which relies upon his judgment Whilst: Mr. O'Brien and Capt. Grant

"Fro Line' think he will be disappointed.Thank i money almost all that will l I.e requiredfor and faithfulness. .\ precinct that knowsits were out fishing last :Sunday: << they had .
L:1I'tulltlay the sloop :
heaven alter a week of torment the purpose: of ceiling and stainingthe rights, and that has any manhood, the pleasure' : of hooking and landing a

anchored opposite the just-office.: Cant. the lively mosquitoes have recently vanished inside. Owing to the kindness of will never submit to the vile position: of shark, a little over seven flat long. s
ashore and '
Hawley and Hughes; came : again, whether for reinforcements )lr. John Houston and others: the building to be having
gone having its representation taken away. They :appeared! great sport,
the
a'i..it returning
paid to lighthouse,
or still better, for good, we cannot .1 has been almost: completely furnished And that is done when some party, I and were somewhat elated over the event.

3 MondayKeccnt say. Let Us pray that their absence may with seats, but your correspondentwill whom they have not selected in a proper Mr. D A. Allen is still vigorously

3 : visitors from this place to the be eternal. Capt. Baugh and other old I not'e a list of the contributors as meeting, is made to represent them. A pursuing his studies: in elocution, but
hub. return with :scent-lmttles which go the STAI that such will be duly
residents "The worst I ever :tw. we see by : -
say proxy is simply a power to do certain we are sorry to say that his studies have

3 far towards confirming the 'uppition Mr. C. J. Hector left for some point up noted as soon, as all the returns arc in. specific act This is so well known thatto been somewhat neglected of late. We arc

:D: that neciarand ambrosia are still obtainable : the river Monday, on some business "un- Before closing I may say that a motionof say of a man "he is a mere proxy" is afraid that a certain member of tho gen-
=> :is in the good old time before the the Kev. )Ir. ( Jove that the thanks of
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known to the jury. Mr. Hector's storeis understood as contemptuous He is tler sex has much to answer for, in hica -*
::J State went dry. Is not this a triumphfor the people of Iliu Gallic be tendered I
completed and it is as fine a store building looked upon as uttering the words, as -(>.
3 Matthew Arnold's theory of the un- John II. Mellor for his kindness in starting rdlr.
as any on the river south of Ti- ; doing the part, of someone eNe. :\1.Y'. Lichty still commits sad
l'oulldlll' of the majority? and the
tti vine. The counters show some excellent pushing on to completion In a convention, if "A" is given a depredations among the quail) blackbirds -

I It is unreasonable to ak through your I work. Eery thing is plain, but substantial building in which we stand was carried proxy to vote for "D," then ".\" has no I and curlew=" etc. lIe i is a persistent I '

columns fora consideration of our claim and solid. unanimously. choice but mu t'ote for "D," and if nimrod, and apjK'ars to enjoy hi-

to a steamboat route, by some of your I Sheriff Bowman was in town again lat Oxi: or TIm (ox(;nr. ;..tTioN.Uc13 the convention drops")" and offers "B," port rcatly.rc would advise him to j 4
three four thousand readers in different --------
or week, to catch some one with the registry then "A" can neither vote for, nor practice thoroughly against the mosquitoes {

l'artsof the ('ountry.rhilst enterprising the psc' against, "B." so that his :un will afford some;
hook, or rather to deliver it to ;'
1 Written l jog the &tnrby J. X.Ai'
steamboat would
men push up deputy registry clerk. Mr. I). W. Me- A delegate has discretionary power ; a protection suffering humanity.
I stood wharf
at midnight
on our
creek and branch of the St. Johns II
every Quaig was the fortunate man this time. Luna's proxy has no discretion whatever. Jupiter has had several cxtemporo
Watching changing darkeningrays
and other Florida rivers encounteringuntold ,
1S Be sure and get all the Democrats Mr.Me. Is a delegate as good as a proxy ? Not forecastle-head concerts lately, much to

SJ obstacles to navigation. Here is a so we can roll up a good majorityfor Me-thought of thousands watching for in our conventions. The delegate is I the annoyance of the quieter portion of

river large enough to hold MX United Cleveland and Fleming. the returning light, asked to submit to the proxy, and he I the population. Most of the performers

s onA. State navies, without steamer; to bless The light that is called bright as dn; *. I does it. The consideration, the fairness, I : were noted for their stentorian
Another exodus will take place shortly
itself with. Along the proposed line of from this village. Messrs. Rudolph, Ly- Some hours before we saw her reflection the justice of the convention are asked voice, rather than their harmony. It i ii

route there seventy-live or eightypeople .' man, Addison S. Fee, John B. Beach Come peeping through clouds over the I for the proxy, nothing is asked for the a pity we had not a few brickbats: handy)
and out of this number there are In fact the i is made
'and our whilom assistant, P. M., )Ir.I sea, delegate. proxy a which we !'boult.llike forcibly to presentto
I
I four that own boat that are fit to make a I will term north. Mr. Casting her golden beams and falling delegate of superior order. The proxydegrades I them as a tribute to their vocal abil
J. T. Hogg, try a
journey in. I have been assured on several Over the the and a precinct into the wearer :
his palms, waves me. :
\ Hogg to N. Y. city, where I ities.Not
of truck goes
occasions that large acreage and rules the
of a yoke, county. item in
ha'iugcen a Jupiter
there for
j brother resides, Mr. Beach to Home, N. A few bright hours were sailing
would be grown if a regular steamer running What power can reach the proxy ? No valued columns for some time wo
,
When her luminous face your
Ohio.
I
Titus- \ Y., and )Iessn Lyman and Fee to quietly over
--- say three times a week, to 11'asden to steal shadow as thin asveiling convention has had power to regulatethis feel as if we had been left in the cold.
It is rumored that of these gentlemenwho a ,
T tille, co.ul be depended on. The U. :-'. I one I matter. ( )ne after another has offered Not that it has been from neglect on
; ArtentusI'arti would !'ayhall
as
Is' mail the
would pay no small part of expense : be nameless except his initials is A. S.:' I Watched with interest bv many of our protest, and warned the county, your part, but from the negligence of

( in : uch1 enterprise:e, while pas- i race. but to no effect. The reason is clear. your former correspondent. However to
with him.
ager traffic and freight would increase II will Can bring it be a possible life partner that the back rest of timparty I How often did we think of the last time No convention can bind or control a future I begin with, we may state, that the mosi -

from the day such a line was started. ea convention. The matter lies with
When fair I.unashadeherface i
not
we saw quitoes are quite so numerous, a:*
. La>t winter scores of people wanted to are affected in the same manner And o'er that golden sphere draw a line the precinct. Any convention has j>ow- I\I they have IK.-CII. Some of our worthy

\'i8 i it Banana River, but could not gettatUfactorv I We hope so. U. IrOxollt. As up and down the path we pace]l. I I er to regulate;: its own proceedings; and i: citizens seem to think they have gone

:X> per transportation. The only How many sorrows:' we have I'ao'.ed since j| has the right, if it has the moral force, elsewhere to seek reinforcement- The
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obstacle to this plan is that there arc two ; -- thl'II, I to purge itself of corruption or fraud. I weather has been dry arid hot.

or three places on the route through Banana [ 1III'1IullCt"lehl.atlou. I Yea, and of joys and pleasure too, I Let every primary on Monday, Aug I Windy weather, stormy weather,
0. Creek where water is shoal and i One of the most enjoyable parties of this and I IIlet
very lent 20th bring question,
that
i Of loved ones: gone to us were 1 up proxy When the Life-Saving crew come back,
what i is wanted is a tern-w heel boat, say the season was given in honor of the event Such short time-in yearN> few. I them elect delegates who have the 1 They will all pull oars together.

nd sI *;5 feet long, about 2+o feet wide, built'; of Miss Lillian: S. Bell's fifteenth birthday j nerve and the principle necessary: to '
in the watching
there
As setting moonlight, and
They rangle thejangle
light and strong, to draw about 10 inches at the residence of her pnr,11ton | the lessening rays, I meet the issue.; With such delegates: instead -

vetf light and 18 to 20 inches loadctl. The 1 the Sth, hist at Fort Pierce. Miss Lillie i I. Seeing theail as a phantom over the of men who betray and degrade i i iI And they never can agree

'eta ? project is worthlookin; into carefully by is the youngest daughter of lion. riplets glyding, I}|I their precincts by the proxy proce*, The Democrats of Dade go mcrrilr.S. ,

an,1Brr anyonedc-iring\ lcrath"e business. Alex Bell, and is a very popular young ;, Hearing the surf of Old Ocean, as on the I the convention on September the 5th i i iI .\ nFLY

All the elite of Fort Pierce were beach it plays, ----
--- ,i lady. ; I will stamp this infamy from off the record :

Ear Sallie Item || present with congratulations, and many Think, how time tier tlas, that of a people who have borne and :
+ shadow is sliding.Oh m They Aio in .S.":v>on.
ery dry weather during the past week j j good wishes. The presents were manyand and submitted to indignities until forbearance !j, :;3 tMi}-car's apr.lea yet ara forced

HAM.Lv.. and fewer mosquitoes. very handsome and afterwards dancing may our sorrow and troubles see can no longer be a virtue. : In the Sew Eujjfcinil; states,
\ ,i continued until eleven o'clock, when Tat ugLt fre&h &x uai
: every
i pairs
i As short a life as that shadow lay,
Conclusion. Men of Brevard of the
) Captain W. 11. Adams returned to his the invited to refre hll1ent:,. On c\tia;;e garden :&tea.
home guests'wcre \ And our joys as brightly be -c.-.: :D C ;ctrr.
on Saturday last looking hearty 1 Miss Lillian is quite a musician and favored may Democratic party, the facts mentionedare !

an. and well after his trip up the Indian those present with her popular I AS Luna's returning rays on born the new provable. We rehearse them. These I:4asl..ratln stupidity.
Eivcr. lections. The house was filled to overflowing day.
show
often without the least
neglected, for Indian River, August ] SS. proxies: are Sloopkin (aa illustration of tho rar>M
but was i I
no one
The Messrs. steamer ; knows how to make it interesting I I of authority, are not given by any primary growth of western towns)-Why, UIooLIy
Hodgson's new i Miss
i only seven a Land of Utw iadiaoi
years ajjo
nag : at a Card of Tlianlis." are old, are made to operate
all. The departed j years
for
guests
launched la-t week without accident. held a war dance right here on this lawn!
The inside 1 late hour expressing their regrets that |! Mr. and Mrs.: 0. ..\. Quarterman ex- fraud lel1tl.y;they deprive the convention Think of that, sir!
finishing j is juried onto '
; completion being birthdays do not come oftener than once : tend their sincere thanks to their :many of its jut; power, and subject the countyto Blocldy: (not to bj a.touLhed-'t hy. 1\1

. 4 at once. :j a year. I friends for the kind attention Mrs. the will of few.I thought they'd broken the vas gad tram
x ttr. John G received from them during a corrupt pled all the shrubbery
H. Mellor has not been well4urfna : urT. I Quarterman own.-l3r'l"S' BaTHE
-, i 10th lS..S. 1 her recent stay at Titusville. have called attention to this j-ractice zar. __ __, _
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f I congregated all about the jail, and the '! THE FIFTIETH CONGRESS. I PLILAISAH CIGAlt F.\CTOUY.I PIONEER COOPERAGE---
MAXWELL AND LAXDGBAF; :
streets nearest the gallows were blockaded. j 1 -
If. C. !Sfarck.' .
Proceedings of Uoth Home For the SyrupBarrels
The police experienced great difficulty in I I Ii $2.25.

A DOUBLE HANGING TAKES PLACE IN clearing the jail approaches. 'I Ii One Hundred and euty-Fifth I> ty. !i Manufacturer of fine Havana and Doj j:f C 'au;;ed to tn dt.... ten y"llt. .
death but it In the select committee was v
i Maxwell met bravely, was -: senate a appointed fine
I Trade with
j motic Cicars. supplied
ST. LOUIS. I! apparent that he would have broken down j I i i to inquire into the commercial relations i hand ll1alcood Order promptly filled. I Wheelwrighting and Repairing.
in a few minutes longer. Landgraf died as betweens the United States and Can- I !

stolidly hs live! L !:i|: ada. The fisheries treaty was taken up 07 Factory at Malabar. Fla. -S t C. O.L:
The Murderer of Arthur Preller the
Fays : When the body of Maxwell, had been taken :i a party vote of twenty-four to twenty-two. ---- -- i

Death J'.nalt-II. Dies Bravely but to the morgue and the regular routine ver- :| in opposition to a motion to proceed to billson Honey harrel- until vil .fai i 1 r.\\ ..
5,000 Budded Trees For Sale : from $_."U .
; ij' :
GIM-S to the Scaffold With a Blanched vict rendered it was removed to Lynch's un- ', the calendar. Mr. Paddleberger opposed ; ,

Face-A Brief History of the Crime. dertaking establishment and prepared for :', the treaty. Mr. Teller obtained the floor I 1 At 1.0Pricc5.. : Tanks I
I burial. Meanwhile Mrs. Brooks and her and the treaty went over. After a brief ex- i

I daughter had reconsidered their determination | ecutive session the senate at 5 p. m. ad- i 60,000 in Nursery.Apply !/| and all Lined ot room U'OKK !.. "ri 1 J. .

to have the remains sent east and journed. .
I j jI 1'. .IOH\M>\
shortly after 2 o'clock the casket was placed.i In the house: Mr. Outhwaite made an effortto I to W. II. SHARPE, ,

in a hearse which was driven out to Garrison secure consideration of the senate bill to I City Point, Fla.S. LaGrange. : : L"- ',.''..

P2 avenue and Olive street where a carriage !, enable the executive department to participate -

containing the mother and sister of tie de. j In the Columbus exposition, but failed. i F. OKAY. Opened for the Sen on.

ceased was in waiting. The small procession i The army appropriation bill was taken up, :
I, CSTA;; manh-> i t- int .1! ill !
p and the senate amendments non-c neurred n -i. 11.i i ,,.il .

: t I wended without its ceremony way to of Calvary any kind cemetery the remains where in. The deficiency appropriation bill was I i Watch Maker and Jeweller. I Ii welfareill he plea-td. to ki. \ :;:.4 I

rI considered. Mr. Hovey of Indiana beingncjgmzed
were placed in a vault. The two ladies were ANDREW GIBSON F
at John M. DixonV Store, Titnsville, Ha
Matson Drug
I overwhelmed with grief both on the onward he made a reply to )1 r. i shop :

and It in regard to pension legislation.: Mr. Keep the finest to W tt, ,
I return journey. is not improbablethat ..11.1.COl K WAKUAXTKD.: oysur- t,1 .
I the remains will be interred in the Cutcheon, of Michigan, and Mr. Djckery, of I --- I I
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Nevada, followed. At 5 p. m. the house ad- Titiisilc.ANU :
cemetery.i
K= IX'S
i I crime for which Hugh M. Brooks, journed.One : SERVED IX .vn LK TOM IT r \ i :;,,\, 1

alias Maxwell paid the extreme penalty of Hundred and Seventy-Sixth: Day.: -0-- I

i the law, was a very peculiar one and created In the senate resolution was adopted directing j NEWSPAPER SUBSCRIPTION AGENCYI ,
Plain and Fancy Cake made i" ,. !
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I great excitement, not only in this country an investigation of the cotton bagging -

II but Great Britain as well i(; pool, and a bill passed providing for I : 110x1:1:11 A(; I\CY. lal.u''f1" ''''''''!/. ",1"J" '. t

On April .-1. 1S S, a body packed in a !l a postoffice at Mammoth Hot Springs! Yel- For term and -ample copies addre.-s Also a tir t-d.a;. Barber shtp atta,.l,. : :-'
11CGI131. BROOKS. trunk was found in room No. 144 of the 1'vstone park. Discussion of the fisheries

ST. Loi'H, Aug.; l.i.-The morning dawned Southern hotel St. Louis, Mo. Investigation -1 treaty was resumed. Mr. Sherman spoke in I' ('IRS. H. :NAUMAX, Parties Meals le at;>nil irn'hourfrom.* to lav l on 5 :\.111.mourn.t.. II!.; j.I....,

clear and cool, and as the first light of laxwell'li showed that two young Englishman, opposition. Mr. Frye gave notice that Mr. boats and hackill i>l ',i-e note tie.
registered at Walter H. Lennox Maxwell, : Evans would rl.e for the IlejmUicans to- : llaulover P. O., IJrevard county, Fla. ,
lust: day on earth eaten I his cell it
and C. Arthur Preller, the latter a traveling The bill restrict Chinese immigration --- -- ----- -
to
Lei htenetl the sickly pallor of his face, j morrow. THE SLOOP AGNES. ,
representative: of an English business concern was discussed, until n:15 p. in., when A:: vJS .
which had increased the At
during night. a
; and the former supposedly a doctor, i the senate adjourned.In

few minutes before 5 Maxwell performed hb I had been at the hotel and that one of them the house, the senate bill to appropriate: tuttutntlt'tl. b-

morning ablution and donned his funeral occupied room No. 144, while the other had ,; for the government exhibit at Columbus was DEL10NICO HOTEL CAITAIN.IOIIN It I.KAN. .

clothes, which were new from the skin out, I a room on the same corridor. It turned out taken up. Amendments were offered and Makes ICU Inr trip till ln.li.ui I."\,

the outer garments being plain black with a that neither of them had been seen about adopted appropriating $ 'r1tJUU, to aid the sill: C.11Cll-.1PI'I.l.St-i't't1 .f

neatly fitting Prince Albert coat. the hotel for eight days. On April G Maxwell .- i colored exposition in Atlanta Ga., next COCOA, INDIAN KIVLR. FLI _\. Grocei'ics,1)i'v ( i < )< J4 lsC'aiiiicil

At 5lt Father Tihan arrived and entered told one of the servants that he wasgoing year; to devote any surplus of the Ohio ceni I Newly Furnished looms, Coal TaMe. .
away and that his friend Preller hal i tennial the ( u..h.Hats .
the cell the door of which and appropriation to exposition at I
was closed II
gone out into the country to see friends and Richmond Va.. and Ga., and to I
j Augusta,
: II
Terms 82 Boots and Shoe-
IDay.
those within the jail were moved away to would return. Maxwell then paid the bill appropriate -10,000 for a government exhibit I per :: ,

give all the privacy possible. Father Tihan of both men and department. 1 at Kansas Cit .. Ths house, at 3:10 p. in., I I Special rates by the week or month. Ladies Shoes in ;great variety : l'i in-- ..,
then administered communion tthe con- There guests were forgotten until April 13,
adjourned without action, a point of no new patterns at low pricr-.
demned. At the conclusion of the religious i when a chambermaid in visiting, the room j quorum being raised. I i \\'M. JAKVIS, Prop'r.

service in Maxwell's, cell like offices were accorded of Maxwell, smelled a horrible odor, which Reaiy-iaie Clotting, Toilet Articles

Henry Landgraff by Father Tihan. I came from one of two trunks he had loft behind One Hundred and Seventy-Seventh na '. I Tin 1i'a I'tA ll?". f tn !<[Otlttrt't Lamling. \OTIO.VS.

Landgraf had occupied his cot the greater aId reported the fact at the office. | In the senate the Chinese prohibitive! bill

portion of the night after 11::U, and appeared I Next nu,/wing both trunks were brought; was parsed without a lli'i..ion.lr.. Sherman I 5C *For the rash "'nly- .-.*

cool and collected lie was neatly attired I down into tte! rotunda of the hotel by the i reported back a concurrent resolution WM. H. SHARPE. Much !.*,. 4f cm.C. .
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l-ut his apparel was of coarser texture Porter Blood was dripping from one of i to print 100,000: copies of the law of IS1;} and I

than than that of the principal actor in the them, and an almost insupportable stench | the Mill b 11. with a compirative statement II. .se'OTT,

double execution. issuing from it. When this trunk was adopted. A number of minor bills I REAL ESTATE AGENT I.ti: rIIIN

While the father confessor was: administering opened it was found to contain the body of a were ixis-tsl. Mr. Evarts s-pokj! on the

the communion to the condemned the I middle aged man, face and breast up, and so fisheries treaty. At 3 p. in. the senate a.tj I HAIIJ-DIIKSSINC C SALOON.

deputy sheriffs were engaged on the scaffold i doubled about the hips and knees that it ,)urned. I FOR .

preparing the apparatus for iU work. At I filled the receptacle. The head was severed ;, In the house a resolutionvas adopted ap- If you want a clvui and ty -h.a: ':-.

0:50 :Maxwell and Landgraf sat down to : from the body. On the side of the trunk propriating ?.').O'J.) to meat the expenses of I CITY POINT. As clean a. ha irl tTv,Ttvi-: ,

their final meal, which had been prepared and over the head of the corpse and painted: investigating; the Mibj''ct of trusts. Several Just call e>n cat :tt hi\ -il J"'IIt ,
j
by the j:tiler's wife. Each was served with I in large letters the words, "So perish, all i bills were reported. Tha general deficiency _\ uiorniiii,:. evr, tr :afternoon

like dishes, and the breakfast consisted of traitors to the great cause." bill was taken up. Pending discussion on I aiuls sold on lung time with interest, or Fll cut and couch your hair itii LI I.it',

fried oyster*, fried eggs hot biscuits and I The body a-s it appeared in the trunk presented the French spoliation claims, the house at on the lea-c f-y.-tem: or for ca-h.. To suit the tYuitniir of your itt t' :

pancakes with jelly, bread, butter and a horrible aspect and was in an advanced I 5 p. m. adjourned. I To yon I'll irivc a gesel -ham}><>'',
coffee. Laiidgraf ate heartily while Max- I state of decomposition, but it was II I I
One Hundred and II The art of which i is known to it u
Seventj-Uighth 1)ay. Landcleared and and cared for
w partook of the repast quite sparingly.As I partially identified as C. A. Preller and Maxwell I, I planted,
he sat at the table it was plain to sea that was suspected of his murder. On investigation In the senate several bills were passed. : if desired : In contract or otherwise. I My scis>orV sharp, my rnork,

all of his assumed indifference had departedand I it was learned that on Easter 1 Mr. Evarts resumed his speech on the fisheries I My >hoj i i- a ways neat ami dliI.:

his face was blanched while a troubled I Sunday, April Maxwell had bought chloroform -l question. A resolution was passed to 1'I '! Kefer to E. M. lree! >e, Detroit, Mich.; _everything (',;, -lire you'll libl.

hunted look had taken possession of his keen I twice, and that on Monday morning, i adjourn over Saturday and attend the. I .Tno. ('. Xorwiod, Titu..villc, Fla.; B. }\f.j T., :"Uit-lbc taste ami | ua-ett-i i..:; ,

eyes. He was evidently growing; weaker I April 6. lie had purchased the trunk in which : funeral of Gen. Sheridan. Messrs. Morgan, j and .1. -tra, Tnzewdl Court Hoi-e, Va.; And now to all uh. |,atn>nuc inuiol.Iiit .
Blair and Hale followed
and had lust all hope of staying tue execu- I j the body was found. It was also ascer- i, on the treaty. At I and A. Hecke'fontreal, Canada, fore Cannalullt: :1IIIIrill'l : \''nr I.I.And n t r.

tioner's hand. Landgraf maintained the 1 tainetl that Monday Maxwell had made 5:50 p. in. the senate adjourned. ,, j whom I have made groves.ilTipOrtailt I a....lire \ou 1 will try '
In the house Mr. -
same old stolid look. I an effort to disguise himself by having the Morrow asked for th ----- ------ ------ --- --- I Mv \'t'r:1) to .....tj'I'I
immediate consideration of the senate and i
At C:05 Sheriff Harrington arrived at the full beard which he wore: reduced to a mus
I i Chinese bill, but objection was made and the
jail and announced that the execution had i tache and small imperial. { to All I '
bill was referred to the committee foreign The Strawberry
Strenuous efforts forth to on ,,
been postponed two hours. The only reason were put capture i HOFFMAN'Snumm
a&igiM'i was that the postponement had I the murderer, and he was traced to San i iFrancico affairs. A resolution was adopted directing i For the Soutb. .'
provision to be made for the attend-
teen granted at the request of Maxwell's I whence he took passage to Auck- :tux I liri, .'t '
attorneys. Sheriff Harnn toa also stated land, New Zealand, where he wa- arrested. ance of members at the funeral of Gen. Sher- The hurt: imitirtunt crop in :South: I : SEEDLING

that under the law the men could be hanged 1 lIe was renmiulfd until the arrival of the St. I j idan, and the senate resolution to adjournover the b. :-t ina'.it: ai.,1Unequalled
Saturday was concurred in. The deficiency Florida i i. the Orange: crop and every J
at any time between the hours of and II, | Louis officers who were sent to bring him '
bill taken A : Market.
and that tb y would leave their cells at 9 j back, and was delivered into their custody. was up. conference re- one should endeavor to secure a jroodvariety 1 fcr
o'clock. j They arrived ia St. Louis on August 15, i! port on a public building for Sioux City ; 'I 1 otter tront plants m U r>;. ui.U-i ..*.: .d '

Maxwell received the news of the two | 1555, with Maxwell, who came very near Iowa, was agreed to and at 5 p. in. the sen-i' of orange in planting a prove.To ties C'TI.EL at reaonaib. prar\\\s'....! ant .I.ti'.1. Milo

hours postponement calmly, though: an ex- | being lynched by the populace. Iu the November !I I ate adjourned do:this and net such fruit &s have MKall the Cn,."t i:O"l>: in ,, 'I !i. ,.

preP ion of great relief wus plainly visible following he was indicted, but there One Hundred and Seventy-Ninth Day. : I plant .. fl'rtarlt tIC" ..I I)U Mil "I: \ bI

on his features. Landgraf paid no attention j was some doubt as to his identity. This was I i In the senate a joint resolution was introduced '< taken premiums at many of our StateFairs riKKi:... ,I.I: IUs.: .. I.IMF::.. en'Addrts

to it in any way. i, set at rest by a reporter, who got from him !\i appropriating $OOOJU, for the suppression I 'I :
and at the New Orleans K.\i'oition j
At 8:4 Sheriff Harrington preceded by a : what was practically a confession that his of yellow fever. A bill was passedto I JJi.VOL/t Pl'ETZ,

' detail of police, entered Maxwell's cell, I right name was Hugh M. Brooks, and his ', establish a marine hospital at Evansville: .- buy your trees from C. B. )la- Crcfiiland. iMual C'uu..I> I. 'l".ri. I.t.

where he and Landgraf had been placed toi i i i I home Hyde, England. His father was then I i Ind., to cost SlOO.UyO.' The fisheries: treaty j 1. "
ruder :Son.;: ISocklcdre Fla. -Uli
ether, and announced that the final mo- I brought ever and identified his son. went over. The Spooner bill, to regulate iV I

ment had arrived. Maxwell paled and I I I j His trial began on May 10, lsyi:: and lasted j commerce carried on by telegraph, was j - --- ----- ---- --- i LUCIA

pulled his fingers nervously. His was the ]I!1 until June ;, when Maxwell was found '. passed; also a biil appropnatill.jWO:: to ', Pa Seller 1)epartlilellt.. I SANTA

first death warrant read, and he stood up I guilty. encourage the cultivation of flax under the i i

and heard his doom calmly, though he was I A new.trial was sought on the ground that direction of the committee on agriculture j Js locatc-d! in that mi ;iiSfu-ei.t Tr"li".iI
;
phtinly growing weaker all the time. i;. a juror had expressed himself in favor o* A conference report on the bill granting aid 'II DeBARY & PEOPLE'S LINE'STEAleIERS. Forest that Iii'- l betv.'e"i the In-li-: .II.' 'I k

While his arms were being pinioned Maxwell conviction before the trial The motion was i to state homes for disable.1 S'll-ri was I St. Lticio liiverand: I i i- lai.1 l ,d!. l'!l.'::0 l

bit his lower lip and gulped several denied. An appeal to the supreme court re- adopted. At 3:40 p. m. the senate adi II i : 1 streets sixty feet wide, into tlirta.! r- t
times. i suited in affirmation of the lower court'sjudgment journed. | I *r
j I i, block: awl smaller lots. \\lawh.11 t
andgraf received the warrant and pin l ; though the detective episode was In the house: a conference report was'Ii | II sold reasonably to actual H'Uler. 'rbi'!

ioning as stolidly as a man well could. i censured and one of the judges (Sherwood) i i adopted on the bill to extend aid to state and i I II region is winterle and Jro.-th'a: awl i-
I i dissented. Application was then made to : territorial homes for disabled soldiers: *
The procession to the scaffold was then and 'i, / II in the land of the cocoanut and i line'I'lk.| f'
formed. Father Tihan walking; between I Justice Miller, of the United States supreme sailors. Mr. Springer gave notice he would I where all the Tropical Fruit! urMAddress >.

Maxwell" and Landgraf preceded by Sheriff j court, for a new trial on error which was call up the Oklahoma bill on Monday next. I with } ,

Harrington and deputies and followed by granted and the execution, set for August 1 The private calendar wa taken up and several : stamp t

the police, reporters and witnesses.' As Maxwell i 26, Ibs7, indefinitely stayed. Later the mat.ter bills passed. At b p. m. a recess was I Dade Co

passed through the inner yard he was dismissed by the supreme bench taken until S o'clock the night session being : I W. H. BAKER, mM, ,: J

I there nothing to show that Maxwell for the consideration of Citof Jacksonville !
holding was
walked firmly but slowly. There was a won- private pension bills. : : i :5"
derful change from' the apparently uncon- has not had a fair trial. Maxwell's attorneys H.OKIDA.
RED CROSS ASSOCIATION.The CAITAIX. A. SHAW. I Ii
cerned man puffing a cigarette, and the one j then sought executive clemency asking i

en route to his death. His face looked | the governor to commute the senate to President Transmits Clara liarton'gReport !i Daily f rom Jacksonville Saturday. THEN lrrSIC HOUSE OF FLORIDA
life except
pinched arid drawn, of ashen hue and his I imprisonment. to
Congress.
swollen. He about him Meantime Maxwell, had been re-sentenced i
were glanced
eyes WASHINGTON, Aug. 13.-The president has 1-1. 33. [Plan
piteously, his lips twitching and his appearance < the date of execution being fixed for July 27
: transmitted to congress the report of Miss i I
last Governor Morehouae granted a respite i
was calculated to awaken the pity of ,
Clara Barton of tho CAIT. I. C. HALL !
president American
iI {
I of two weeks but declined to commute the ,
even those who were firmly convinced he I IPBELL
.t\.o B. C
Maxwell's father the National i Association of the Red Cross, who ; .
to die. Landgraf looked and moved sentence. Through
ought was one of the delegates from the L nited Daily from Sanford except Sunday.
like a log with a half smile and half sneer < British government was induced to ask for a i I II
States to the fourth international conference : 1'1i1..
.Jacksonville
be
on his face. respite until the case could inquired into ,
of the lied Cross association held at Carls- .: ON
There was no time, lost in reaching the and the final effort of Maxwell's attorneys ST. JOHN'S RIVER.Schedule I
scaffold which the condemned ascended was the presentation Wednesday, of two affidavits ruhe, Baden in September last. : I Il'rH. I
... -
to Governor Morehouse showing the In her report Miss Barton says the confer- : Msiy 29.i 1SS7.
Maxwell
without assistance. was placed 'i
held in.rder deliberate
ence was to
under the noose next Twelfth street. Father prejudice of one of the jurors. : upon : "- i__' nIsos. nears-t
certain important questions concerning the I will yell and Deliver at your
Tihan read Maxwell was asked if Maxwell's defense was that the death of ': Leaw. Or.TH'1 I
prayers. ;| organized aid to be given by the associations a:: o pmJ.lcbonville .
accidental He had :!
Preller administeredthe
was
he had anything to say. and in an almost in ';' station FIf-t-llao
Red Cress iJO "locol
| of the International and the best : pm. I.E.-ne.
audible "No.r Landgraf chloroform to operate on Preller for I I
tone responded ':u) Pill. Palatka 1::30 am
method of such aid.
administering
merely shook his head. The black caps were stricture. He fled because he presumed he Twentyone y: o p IA ol1tSton 110 pIn 1 i
countries were represented in the conftr1 PIANOS
.
being drawn when Landgraf slipped backward woul not be permitted to testify in his own l'l.PIll. Wela.ka 10:10 pm
The American Miss Bartonsays 12:00 d .
delegates t.
ence. In .eorlZctown 9:10 :
the law of PIn
behalf that being England.The
but recovered. There was I
promptly
12.5: : am- \0IU8 '
received : L;
and
were cordially treated : P m
i ,
an awful look of dispair on Maxwell's, faceas crime for which Henry Landgraf suffered ;::au a In Astor 7:10 pmj or.
with Miss Barton
the hid it from view and his knees the death penalty was committed on ( uncommon courtesy. ;'&;:; a 111 Dd.and Landing i.OO p m
cap
t II
gives an account of the proceedings of the 3to JA..GA.NS:
nine
a 141
Spring 1t5
showed weakness. The nooses were adjusted the night of March 5, iSa& The victim was p toArrive. C_>
:i conference in detail, together with the: -
quickly and at 8:56 the drop fell his sweetheart, Annie Tisch, a beautiful girl i made by the various pr..ppa.rations ':1.10 am. Enterprise 2::"J pm ,, rn u'
Laudgraf never moved, nor did a muscle of less than eighteen years of age. Jealousy powers rep- t I!N' a au Sanford. City Wharf 1:::0 pm :i I'OR L*:S M iNl:Y than any other Costar truaenu ai
resented, and the disposition of tue same.' t.: ta 1Uanford, !). F. H. I:. RnaratUe a' ,.
twitch. Not with )[axwt'll."Phen he : prompted the deed. On the day of the murder : I U p In United States. 1 a or"rCaaany
so 111 I"1&D"
After the close of the conference Miss Bar- i IIl.L1p <
I i e
losesrepre.ented. d j
be t-x>k the girl out walking, with therevolver : trl&! -
fell his breast heaved and his 1, ,. 111
I convulsively ton states that invitations were extended to OsNFiTios>-.\t Tocoi withSt. Johns Kailroad; !, Lcwft man or n111' a)* *"
with which he killed her in his Ll.tb.
limbs were drawn upward while the spectators : the two United States delegates by her royalhighness at Palatka with Flt.rida Southern KaiUayatUolles. samfattory. I will pay fmp" aDd :iwrtab6j
were shocked by a stream of blood pocket. He suddenly turned and upbraided ton with M. John's and Halifax River lUiIroad. :j I 1 cash and f 10 a icoLtli on a liata for-I'o .n:
duchess
the grand of Baden till pus
her for keeping company with other men. ; to at Astor with St John and Lake Lactic: Hallway J5 a month on an Organ '
; these
down the breast of his coat
right ; on 7.t..d
pouring She Jauboo.With pass some days near her court at Baden, and at LeLand J.anl.linoith DeLand and St. Johns ; more than ordinary reLt. iuatrmtat.I'IiLE ; t.t
which was afterward found to have been merely ; to meet once mora her honored: parents Itailroad; at blue Spring with B. S.. O. C. and A. : terms anyone ran own a fun 'lorB-3.
caused by a cut on the nose inflicted by the an oath he pulled out his revolver their majesties, the Emperor William and JUilway; at Enterprise with A. C.. ht. J. Jfc I. It CATALO()(.rE certain.: !* ,,iuur, A.;'
in sums mysterious Landgrafwas and shot her through the head. He was 1: i1roai. for Titusville: at Sacford with trains ol ; Sheet Music, String. :cr., VADJ"a. intnin. fc'cordeou
way.
rope convicted and sentenced to be hanged April Empress Augusta. This invitation was accepted the S. F. Kailroad for Tampa; at Tampa with tLf *. and in fact: '' r1 swi:d **con
pronounced dead in eleven and a half and Miss Barton says she: has the steamer MARGAKET. of the Plant Meamclap Line .i that ill made and at try low pncea.. : ,I l1lv1."
29, 1SS1. An appeal was granted the same L"V; 1'arcra', ib*'
Maxwell's continued for rleteCataU-gue- l
minutes. struggles honor to bear to ber country the last expressions for Points on Tampa Bay and Manatee River; also 0 .
day. May 7, 1<&3 the court affirmed I :Mu, ntM-reory. -.Ut of ,.t
fourteen minutes, when he too was pronounced supreme of will with the lbntteamf>hip Line steamships dead the attending physicians. the decision and the date of execution good toward our OLIVETTE and MA-COTTE for Keyest and I i Music VnY t,.IitJllof>r copy MuVic at ; cr sta a*. .
by '
nation" to which she Instrumental d,
"young ever Havana every Monday and Thursday, arrmne at : total bI h
Landgraf was cut down at 9d:, Maxwell at was fixed for June 21: The governor listened from the revered old monarch Key West Tuesday and Friday, and Ha>ana Wed- j I cmt". Any pece of tobett iuustc *! 1:?ota d ?
*
'
granted a respite until July 1.1, and on the cent Ulow pubh.Lrs l ri.ts. itapieces :
9:15. The bodies were removed to the I who has since joined the courts above. Les-day and satnrday. Returning. K-aves Havana toM per .. '. ii y
office and photographed, after which bah day of July Jude Normite grantedhim I I every Wednesday and Saturday.C. eacjj. sheet wu ic our
morgue Miss Barton also visited the renowned Red
I Catalogue .
until August 10. I -j.
a stay t
commenced. It HALE
the post mortem was was : Cross foundations schools and
; hospitals at f Jacknt"
stated by the physicians that the neck ofeach The voting population of Florida i i- i 1! Berlin at the solicitation of the Empress General Pa-'sei.ger Agent. Df IXiry Liu A. B. Campbell, ;\t.j .

man was broken. Augusta W. '1 DAVIDSUS.teueral 'Mention this 1'31""rTHE
A.U immense crowd of curious; people had estimated at aln ut ":>,1/'/("'. Trade Agent People Line


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THE FLORIDA STAR, THURSDAY, AUG. 16 1SS8. ; it '

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; with blisters, but they refuge to gfve up the i 1 C_; ...:U& THINGS OF LIr; :.
HEWED) BY THOUSANDS. search. I! SOCIALIST RENDEZVOUS. 1I TITIISVILLEBAKERY BSenne.

Not less than fifteen persons were slightly i! I ., ::l'_:.... ...."I:1all it.-lug near Franklin whiL. -

GENERAL SHERI- hurt by the falling walls, and two probably j 1 .t >... '... trs ou eacu Land, ivtvniy gaii Washington .\\ near the I'ailrosil
BODY OF LATE Samuel THE PARIS LABOR EXCHANGE CLOSEDBY .. .. uiio ,, -,
THE fatally. Turney, son of Justice I u i. a ,1 l>Ot >ctrl tuel\ liners-
LYING IN STATE. ;| Turney of the THE GOVERNMENT.The I
DAN supreme court, was caught; : au MRS. V. SAILER.I K Srt'sfi
by a falling wall, and barely saved from a'' it is a curious fact that a luau named Me.- ;

Stream of People .'a"" Through horrible death. His head Is badly cut, but II Municipal Council Will Demand That &eii0vr: l liu-. just Ui u i.p;>u.i,!ed ;;,uniit-r in the ,
A Constant the doctors think he will Will I 'l ];)'(.nt untile daily ; ul.n Ptlt
recover. 11t vy, ui'i.e! ; a man uHt'lii lU.....1. \.... riLXU. >!
St. Matthew's Church All Day to Take aLait Harris will probably die. Both feet were I It He Keopened-Bismarck's Organ Denounces ,.j.7.....: ;* nu'savu0cr: m tilt UUAV iiL,-r;' Iliad Caki vj all kind Cakffrtrat ;:. .
!
Look at tits Late Commander of the horribly crushed and one foot had to be am- I I. Jo'rau'e-Ur. OKelly Gets a H;c...t'at it a..i.ilt,'... ; 111t.rfl.iItH.; fW'1li.4wl I.:"

-Funeral ArrangeuieuU.VASHIXOTOX putated. The other will probably be taken 'our Mouthy Sentence-Foreign Note !i lJf'f.
Army off wort ,uit cc. f
Aug. 11.-The solemn quietof to-morrow. j PARIS, Aug. 10.-There have been within a I IVorlli Biiio'in?. f! : '
\ At 11 *
there
oclock
are a thousand people GIVE HER A CALL.
Matthew's church, where the remains fe"' days sentenced to terms of imprison Mr. W. H. merchant Lake'
St surrounding the ruins and the scene is one Morgan ] -- --- -- -- -- ----- -- -
of Gen. Sheridan lie in state remained un- long to I* remembered. The crowd are j ment varying from fifteen days to four City, Fla., was taken with a severe Cold, i iatttemled 't'i

trolen during; the hours of Thursday night, looking on in silence while the brave firemen ; months fifteen Communists, including two with a ilistres-ing Cough and C. J. :HECTOR:: : ,

save by the tread of the military guard. : are working like heroes to recover the Belgians and one German. The government running into Consumption in its first I
sl
The attendant at the early mass yesterday bodies of the dead. | closed the labor exchange Thursday. M. stages.: He tried many so-called popular I
and
morning found the priests! in their places YELLOW FEVER. Fluquet, in announcing the fact, said it Lad cough remedies: and :steadily grew worse.: i Hardware

anl the services going on as usual. At 8 i long been used for purposes foreign to its Was: reduced in flesh, had ditllculty in I 4 .

o'clock ft requiem mass was celebrated, The Dread Disease Spreading XuUn"Uh-j original objects. It has for a long time been breathing and was unable to sleep. Finally !

which Wes attended mainly by the relativesand standing Strict Quarantine. : a center for fomenting disturbances: and a tried Dr. Kinds New Discovery General Produce

friends of the deceased. The congrega JACKSONVILLE, Fla., Aug. 13.-One more i rendezvous for crowds bent on mischief. The for Consumption and found immediate

Mrs. Sheridan was case from fever has been reported, making however relief, and after usimr! about a half dozen
was small present, I action ot the government, may
nine all
in
tion and two deaths, one being atI '
found himself well and has had
bottle '
Gen. and :Mrs. Rucker since conference :* MERCHANT.
lead results
accompanied by Pablo Beach, that of Lou R. Tuttle to momentous oa a
-
passenger i return of the di-l a-e. No other remedy !j
no
and other members of the .
Cot Sheridan agent for the Louisville & Nashville with the! labor committee the municipal I .
'
family. Father Kervick officiated, and the railroad. The citizens are organizing for I' council hag decided to demand the reopeningof can how so grand a record of cures I' Melbourne: Florida
New i for Con- -
Dr.
was furnished by the junior choir of most energetic action. The Mayflower restaurant ': tl
music the church. ,, was burned yesterday by the board. may lead to a conflict of authority be sumption. Guaranteed to do ju..t what1is I Ii Geo. E. Chase .
i claimed for it. Trial Intttle free
at
of health. : i ,
of the the, All are leaving the city who can.No i ,
After the celebration mass ; tween the government and the corporationof
: I
official bulletin has been issued. Dixon & I'tiison's DrugstoreTitusville. i
church was cleared. The members of the yet ,j I Pans, and so give the Socialistic and -- -

family the guard, and every one left the of all kinds : ;
Eluding the Quaratine. : Communistic elements some For NiTVoiisiHsand 1)yspeltcia listTerry's Ship Chandler .
Mrs. Sheridan remained alone
church, and AUGUSTA Ga.. Au?. 13.-Augusta last color of revolutionary right. The strikes Liver Pill j
Mrs.
Sheridan
dead. After came
the ,
with night quarantines agahic all infected ports have doubtless put the restless elements of i -- - -- -- H
church the guard resumed their
out of the of Florida, where yellow fever; now raging. the city m a fit mood for revolutionary For Chillfurl IVvi-r take I.iI'I'UIm'-: -
o'clock II
before 10 Chief
prices! Shortly Over twenty persons from infected districts I I'vrafn'c. lloat ntHt'l'! Parish, of the city fire department, came to eluded the quarantine at Savannah and } effort, and it may awake the old and verytroublesome'sMie I I'atentnctwrs, i'liaiiis, Itlocks! K \1
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the aid of the firemenand of legislative autonomy for ,
and
the church by { aiIvass, (ialxaniicilv ,
their long ladders, the high arch of the have here.caused wild excitement by their presence Paris TLu is the great dread of the solid ,1 Uoc-tor ufO (.racf 1'liurcii. I hope, all sizes, Tcnis, f j

I sanctuary was! draped with a large American conservative elements of the city. The radicals 1)1,11'n-In 1M51( I broke out with an :Spruce Ladders f 4 1 1K 1M 1i 1n

. flag bordered with black. This work required I, Mobile Quarantines.j of all factions are strong in the municipal attHfk nf I'oison ( )ak. Whether or not it Copper Taints, cal%, I., sal's, qn.

i but a short time, and when it was j MOBILE, Ala., Au;. 13.-Quarantine I council, and autonomy means Communism l'Ulll' hark on me during! the next tlinv or Spar Varnish, caps, 1-2 gal'sqtsiits. .

completed! the catafalque, which had been i against Jacksonville: has been declared. No and general disorganization. Last fourfir> I d,. not remember, but from Oils and Lends, all Lind.F' .,

moved to one side was replaced. An artillery :, persons, baggage or freight will be admitted i year the municipality voted to convene 3\\ l sip.") to 1>.-.*) I suds-ri"tl most severely from W. PiVOi: A. IDS KE\DY :MIXKD: 1'AIXTS. .1;

sergeant, with bared head took his position !< except under such restrictions as are established ; congress; of municipal delegates from all I it-pealed ittifts: of this eruption. The u>e In fact all)thing tor_I'-uiKlinp Sailing K
before the catafalque. On either side ,! by the hoard of health. chief cities, but the minister of the interior I nf stmif: external icnifdifs gave a relieft'was -- .
ISIocU !)() Ihist M.
I liar ,
interfered and prevented a culmination of '
candelabras
were gilt tables supporting large gilt only tenilen ary-till 1s"'.) I fnnnd
with hzhted candles.A IRRITATED THE INDIANS. the schome. The formation of central mayoralties I IiNlide ;c !
-- : : that of I'titassium: awl "rul'ui S.ir- .1.1cIiS1)lrILi.i; :. 1'1.\
steady tream of peopla poured into the j Threats Made That if They Did Not Sign I is ono of the chief dangers threateningthe I s.ipmilla iK'iiftitfd me not a little. however ,

all They included all classes of j republic. LUODEN & BATES SOUTHERN MUSIC HOUSE.P6ANOSs F
church lay. the Treaty They Would he Drivtii Out. even tlu-n I was not itiivl. for from ( ..

society Members of congress and laboring i i CHICAGO, Aug. 11.-A News special from France Denounced. iSv:! tu l.S's") the attacks were innie st-vere,

men in their everyday clothes looked upon j Aberdeen, D. T.. states that the impolitic ;, BERLIN, Au.;. 10.-The North German jirolonired; antI frequent than ever, nuniiii, '

the casket containing the great commander. I and threatening doings of the commissionersin Gazette say that France is responsible for upon me a> many as four, and e\en fire tinie- A 1 1O

Those who wished to stop in the church to treaty with the Sioux Indians at Standing the tension existing between herself and burin the \ear. In the t11ringof ISSI: I

attend to their devotions, took teats in the Rock find confirmation here.: It is learned Italy. In inducing Greek residents of Mas- took a rniirse of 1 1'. I*. 1 P. and from that I

pews, but tb" line kept passing;; on, at times that an officer from Fort Yates, who pastel: sowah to protest against taxation by Italy, time to flit present (IJUI1\ 1 lS*>('l) 1 liaxe

diminishing; in numbers, ami then again through Aberdeen early last week, jt utter France aimed to create friction with that bcenfrtrfn.nicraptiomo111115 diwnt.
thronging the broad nislo.! In accordancewith the first conference, at which he was present country France, of all the powers, attache* mice, early in this mouth, a few bumps :11'-[ .

the wish of Jlre. Sheridan, the simple privately expressed the opinion to a friend the! least importance to European peace, ands peaietlon my writltut: dried up in a day:

effect of the casket covered only with the that the Indians would never sign thy treaty ,., actively tries to disturb it. It is never- or two, l eiiiu the IIiu.throl'. a- it were, of >

American flag was not broken by placing unless different tactics were adopted. ineltfv very iinparent that Italy has taken this horrid :loathsome di"easf. After I
floral! tributes upon| it. Huch flowers a; were i of :. ahunder false Sale
He also declared that Judg'3; Wright; in l'os.'t1.inn pretenses, being plagued alHiiit twenty-Jive years with
rtmved were placed on the step insult the I II his opening speech to the council, after defining eueourag,'d by: both Germany and England.As Poison
' altar rail. A wreath of ivy leaves with palm I ;: the terms of tho treaty told the Indians : it is on.? more link in the chain that bind 1 I". the Use of about one bottle of P. I P. I'
- branches arrived at the church in the morning ,
together Emm.1i-h and Italian interests in a :
that they must sign or the government : ; ll. WTWI:; rI
; from some unknown source. For the'I would take their lands w ithuut: compensation mutual control of the Mediterranean, and Ifirtor ( ,rare ImrehVa\'.'ru..', ( la. I
funeral: s-rvices three chairs will be placed :, and employ soldier, to scatter I I III leads toward the appropriation of Egypt by BUY NOW
in either side of the main aisle: in front of ,
England it is against French interests. It
them among the reservations in different: .
A dieu will be before each II Their HII-IUCS Hoonlln I -\NIt LAY WUts
Lbt'pewi. prie I
parts of the west. The officer said that is a cool bit of effrontery therefore for Bis-

chair. The chair s on the right will be reserved ;I when this threat was made through: tOl111- I mirck to charge France with trying to disturb Probably] no one thing has caused :such

: for Mrs. Sheridan, Col. Sheric'an terpreter, the chiefs manifested their anger;: peace because M.. Goblet protests. I a general roxival of trade at all the drugstoies I GOTTON IS SOLD.
and another brother. Those on the I left for I
Indian liver: their giving
by grunts and fierce gestures The officers} : : on a>
the Mrs. Cleveland and Mrs. Fob i They Would Arbitrate With Cee
; president, I I conversation was not for publication, as the I away to their customers of so many free .................
! som. I IJ I PARIS, Aug. 10.-Several members of the
narrator told his friend that the commission trial bottles Dr. King's! : New Discovery
J The postmaster general has i issued an order I insisted inspecting all dispatchessent chamber of deputies, including MM. Passy, for t' Their trade is OFFER.
i I upon pres ) umptin. simplyenormous MID-SUHBIER[) r
a to all postmasters, directing; that, as u. markof i. out. __ Guyot and Baradet, have sent u circular to I in thin'ry valuable article
respect to the memory of Gen. Shenaan, ; the members of the British parliament inviting I
J foreign Note!' from the fact that it always cures and
theirrespective offices be closed between 10 I i them to a conference in Paris on October -
I Very considerable feeling has been arousedin colds asthma !' rst.CJa" !'4 I-Jano!<4 nut
Coughs 1,000
never disippoints. :
a. m. and 2! in. 31 on the question of the proposed arbitration .
p. ,
France over the cool appropriation by Ord.t iii-t fir 1J a old in .J unc, Jul: ,
The route of the funeral procession has treaty with America. M. Clemenceau bronchitis, croup and all throat and 1 At1na Hltd scptclI.hcr atIU.h +
Italy of Mttssowah and her establishment of ?
bwu d<"cidpd upon as follows: Out H street ba promised to attend the conference.This lung diseases quickly curet.tni can Casll I'rcrv: 2-a.)thl-,
the island of Zulla south
to Pennsylvania avenue, across Rock Creekby a Massowah.protectorate. over is a kindly proposition on the part of test it before buying by getting a trial ]*XA>iOS, !;z.'i CASH IJO'"S.

the avenue bridge, out Bridge street Herr Krupp, the German gunmaker, is thA European powers, in view of the fact bottle free, larire.! :SIAsj.: I I'\ery bottle I and<>JUStilO Uit' l>j\aiice CASH next N.n'cJlhc J.S, r

across the aqueduct bridge: and to the cemetery I that ue i, I still at St. Petersburg. He has completed! ist, williout Interest or sin
by tin Fort Myer road. arrangements for the establishment of a I of, no navy to protect it if we had one, and I I .'rJocc..11 our IInnotnd Or

Thepre.ident ha* decided to accompanythe no home on the high seas, not even a coaling jr ant included in tlilH Hale, our
foundry at Ekaterinosl.iv, South R-iasia. I Clteapest our Ilest. Xo excepli -
funeral processing to Arlington.THE : i station for a navy if we should build one. II from tenleadlutr
He has pupchased the necessary land, and received I >ti4. Votir choice
We have such advantages of foreign trade Ii I inaHer ami o\'er 3oit
government assurance of any assistance -
HOLACAUST.
CHATTANOOGA
I 1' as the courtesy of Europe extends to us. I I >'let' and 2'rices.
in promoting the enterprises that he i
Slnll ItoilicH lU'roverrd mill a Number of i: desire. 'I
may ..ol1oUu'rf'wber Sentenced. yf1E BARGAINS 1888-
Others Mis.iii The health continues :
; : Pojie' to improve I
DVBLIX, An;. 10.-The trial of Mr. James
CIUTTAXIMMJ.Y, Tenn., Aug.; 11.-The fire- and he is now able to attend to all of his New
I J. O'Kelly, member of parliament for North QQ hlqys ; N.-w :Makers New III trullllmt-l.: t

men are till throwing water on the ruins of duties. Fur the mineral waters, which he Itll"t.'ommul1'fho" was arrested in L' ndon on i Styles, New i'rice. lirent Improveinent.s

the terrible tire which vi ite.l this city ; has been usin.. he has substituted a light : July 2-1. was concluded to-day. Mr. O' lly i PYRAFUGE in our I.ower Priced Iu:"trunieiit#.

Thursday night. Only four buildings on the : tonic, with satisfactory results. was convicted of making speeches PI Ireland, A M UK c, IIIt O. S Large; puirhaeenable: ns tit oiler lie

entire west sd of the square on Market I. The king of Sweden will arrive in Berlin inciting to intimidation and l Is ycottin-, I a CHILLS A. FEVER, sluiced Prices.; Here are .sample.ailUfil .-.
on the 20th( inst. to act as godfather to Emperor i
street, between Sixth and Seventh, remain I and was sentenced to four months imprisoa ...
standing, and souse of them are badly damaged : William's youngest; child. inent without labor. '( &AR C") \ ? r PI r'o' 7'rtht.:" Ckflt"I.nr ."., I.Iz...
During a northern Monday night two '
Tins was the finest squire of business ; I ..s>trlydP.'mo+mful Io.ewiesl i i:4m
houses the The Caldwell Gnfiis I large barks, one English and the other Foreign Notes. r t.. L. f... t :o"-, Full Kit-h 'lon. .;imrdursible. I F
in city I
block had u frontage of HI feet, and ran I French, sank in the harbor of Valparaiso: : The diary of the late Emperor Frederick, I ass! ,. ;.i..rt..t aa.i J/nterr Purr, ;
after having been in collision. The crew of which ho left to his consort as her pivateI -
from Market Broad distance
through to street, a
II the English vessel, consisting of seventeen is again in her possession She ill ? .,r, P1 i',:: (elate. U-
of -J4! ) teet. It is a total wreck. property "l i nnhU. htirHinl.ljircfi
hands and of the French '
The city i> in mourning: over the appallingloss ;: I seven crow were has given -xime volumes of notes on purely I lIi' "l''t' U i ;zi-, :< Minims Full Iron
of life. Already the dead bodies of drowned. Five vessels were blown ashore military -ulijf-cts,to the state, archives. | '.;; "'',11111(,. Ivory Keyn, Rich
and dashad to pieces.Col. KosewrtKl tFirst-bass .-v 'ry wny.Kqiiiilt .
James P. McMillan, Thomas Smith, of Atlanta I An international congress will beheld i LIPPMAN'3PYRARJIs Pianos uially sold at 8-Oi; ) and f;{.>>.
Gouraud appeals to all comrades of s
; David Welsh ami two men who have i in the senate chamber of the Doge's Mtilrr'M }'1'i"tu I.'ith .
Gen. Sheridan in England to unite in calling;
not yet beet identified, have liters recovered, | ; pal ire, in Venice, on September 15. Its CAt.m.Ef TIlE > I'ianotalMusli Top Stool,

and it is positively known that there are at I| a meeting to express condolence with thegeneral's lalMir- will he chiefly devoted to tudyingJllcllll'l.u..in. Wonderful Chill and Fever Extoller Ilaiulnoiiie Cover, Instructor.
I'ald.i
family. Music Boost and all Freight
hA American law.
least four tltl1tC'O' rt>tl in the i i < copyright
more : up Carl Von Dooner has accepted the command It cures the rh hnul f< y.'r. t< n- '!!> t1: V-rTV,
ruins, "hilet least the names of fourteen: llr..ILe -u .. .. I! 1 n ':i.:.. i > tUbuHertr. i M Five (.M It\i-,2H: u
wising have beef furnished the chief of tho ': of an expedition to :go in search of Death of a .'hlla elphia Miillouaire- irit.naijrt.iiU'. $ 5 Bnnp,.1 of2V tlc.tu'e 1:..stit.
otlll"a11111t I'HSC. High
M.
Henry Stanley. >
fire depart menr i I DOVER, N. H, Aug. 10.-The death is announced j -Jlut' -stand. M u-Ic r'Ut'kl'i.

During; the day the wildest rumors were "porting Sparks. : of Henry Winkley, aged eighty- j Full I w..t't Ton... ./.'/;..,. i ITicr, ?l..>.

wt afloat that citizens had ']I four years, a Philadelphia millionaire, noted -
many prominent : Da'Orr has been dropped from the captancy I F'nurFullt-etsl:" t"la.
lost their lives, hut the rumors were un- 'I IfOlludoo. of the Brooklyn base ball club and laid for his large gifts to eastern colleges. Ha |I IPIPIPI P.P.P. L' rOQGhl'J !W Genuine MOJIH,

off without pay. He did not play in the St. was a native! of Barrmgton. '! ;1)-) f' Rich I'se. l-anllftil. Parlor s I.V r-
soM. All
'l1.tJu.tutl. -
For nearly twentyfour hours all the firemen i! Louis games but went to Coney Island and -OKL HM |\ drluihU-d..Ot1I J"i"Vi.vt820'ith ('. purchasers

have lieen on duty, and have worked sent word that he was sick. (Prickly Ash, 1'okc loot, and Potassium) \\ Each Organ n Fine Stool.
like Trojan, many of them are almost exhausted : William Muldoon has accepted Tom Can CoiiijresMiiuM Springer Kntliiiliitic Over an Instructor, Music nook and

The heat of the fire has been iuuse. :: none challenge to wrestle in Cincinnati for His Hill to Open It. '!! CURES All J-'reltflit I>al
t At this! hour water is being; thrown the championship of the world. ----
WAssiiivoTOV. Aug. Congressman
on the south end of the Shelton and Howard The American athletes who visitel Eng : SYPHILIS 15 DAYS TRIAL.
Springer; says that within two weeks after
wilding, where two bodies are in sight. Oneof land this summer are on their wv home I I
the bodies was almost recovered, but being having made good records against the the passage of the Oklahoma bill the territory I i i' Primary, Secondary,and Tertiary Syphilis,i Srph- Order and tot .n your own Home.

toiriel in pile of bricks fifteen feet deep they Britons. will contain a population of at least 'I ilitic ,trnptioni Ulcers and?. Scrofula OM Sore and scrofulon-Rheumatism Eruptions and- No money f'lpJir..J until InstmineiitH

catedmou it, and the heat was so stifling Tom Lee, the Australian middIe-w ight, I 100,0.) souls. He says fully that number I all diseases of the blool ; all there that have fat is: factory. Woe pay Fier:: iit \ A\i\

that the work had to be abandoned Since and Jimmy Carrol, of Boston, have been of people are now metaphorically sitting r!'-i'-U'd other treatment yield steadily and surely ways if no -ah.'. Tin- fairest way todeil.

that hour efforts have been mad t<> cool the matched for a finish fight.; along the border of :Missouri and Kansas to Blood the Parader.I wonderful. power cf P. 1'.F., the great Our In-trUll1t."nt:! art jots/ and eatrtp, and

tricks, when a pirty of brave men will again : Frank Murphy, who lately fGu; t Jack awaiting' their opportunity to enter the I i I: a j-ialalwaysjrivesa tati"tied purcbaer..eiict .

try to get the kiddies out.o Havlin to a draw, has challenged Ike new Ian 1 of promise. Mr. Springer predicts : SCROFULA Mid-Suinnier Sale Cirvular. -
.
? effort has been made to rem,ve the debris Weir, the "Belfast Spider," for a fight to a that before It-V-J the territory will .

from the Dietzen building; where it i,* finish. htbeen admitted as a state, and that it Is an impurity in the b!w1. j ro
aid there are no less than three bodies The American' Association has determined : will then inciude a population of "kM.oOJ !:. causing i ttuniung fcorrs on the Arms, #") f: AHV'' '//.< J""t l; f i liv',,." Trni; .\.1
buried in the ruins;. to reduce the admission price to twentyfivecents pe..pIe. L'-e!'. or Feet for the cnrv of \vhirh n-c i'.1' P., Tura' 'tmratifff..: &i>i"' /h'I: On'LUDDEX Pnre
It the greatest blood coedcint: 0:1 i-anb A15 thetn: thLoser .V t"': A'
will probably be nearly a veok before after August 2.i. The old guarantee The bill to create the territory will corn- diseases yield ralih' t.) th' jumir of P. P. P.,

the number of killed is lltt natt ascertained. system has also been readopted, and the visiting up before the house on Tuesday next. It giving new life end Lew etnngth. *. BATESSOI

AU the buildings have cellars and they are club will ral''hflS\) per game. TheBrooklvnKansas will be anta;:.>nzel m some quarters, but IIIFS"'tiJ"'C Hnerr. II :. : ;', ;\,
full of brick and mortar. City muddle is still unsettled. its friends outnumber its opponents fully BLOOD POISONCured

James P. McMillan, one cf the killed was three to one If an attempt is made to fi.i;

one of Chattanooga's most prominent citiZens Umpire Bob Ferguson says the St. Louis Luster against it, its supporters will also fill in ''ts wont form : fro"Winir-i".rwu!
lie bad only yesterdabought out Browns are the worst and most senseless butter to consideration of othermeasurl' when ?Lij .1..I.t 1.t-i. 1 11.Ilt! Pa.i
prevent any ,
.
and hv in -< rues
the by tie 'Ian- n:
up j
given
interest of Mr. Howard in"the kiekers the business. Their constant effortis
saddlery
in
And they say they will keep it up scrofulous Ulcers broku cut till tl)" 1'trty ww ama
paaatos of Shelton & Howard and had gone to get the umpire rattled into giving:; decisions until i.xt D 'ember, but what they will :s of corruption : u bottle of P. 1' P. was I haa.M.-'l to my stork ->l tyatrhes. Clovis
to the safe to get the books when the walls for their sida. procured, and tb.disease: yielded quickjy.RHEUMATISM. Mat"ilVar.-. Je\ lry. -Ua vi luyMtii flf ftai-
their .
;int.Mr rna'tlte- !*>-
carry p ily M >dil'Jn"- tint-r\I. "t Curxr- 4.
j* the Caldwell Gnflis' block fell on theirgilding The Death Itoll. Springer! says the opposition to themeasure hicroaiid I'M.** : a rllrtii.in fit F-u.cTf.ooan.; To)..
and crushed through every floor, is inspired tvhoBy by the railwayand ] Not on* amid Florida Cun"itiee: a if<*..i stork >IMationerx
sol
B. Swift the renowned
burying McMillan MnJu"eph and uM'rMu i.t lot Tandy an l ConfUOIIT >
in the cellar.
Up to diers' friend died of cancer of the stomachat cattle syndicate, who prefer t. ,t the 'OOf1. P P P.stands : 5ct.sor'. |M". kt ami MM "utlry Ha*.
10:&) o'clock two more dead bodies And in all Affection of the n .. .
; Chelsea l MASS.William land should' not, for the present at l! i :, be cf uiurti=pla.-">v. at r:\ New .tn.-. "!I-
d been alone and unrivaled, and EC/H-J ITS: ci-rts: are
taken from the ruins of the fire, thrown to settlement. Shoull the bill in-ton Aifiiue. litulll.-. }l1I art rr.i */-
WIll Davidge the comedian, died at open really! wonderful
.
King, whose parents live at Alton, Ill, the house, as expected, next week, is If you suffer from anything i liko Sjibikscro ullv invited t") call andxanjiii- tb tame to satisfy
San Francisco with pas I
and Cheyenne on bin way to ... to price aril quality, whether you toy
George Rheumatism yourself as
Robinson The firemen are still it through the senate in tim to fula, Blood Poison."Icero, Old Son .
Loped t<> jet M'UXALTY.Lat
WATCH KLPAIKIXO \
orkteg the Palmer company. or disease of the Llood. be sure and or not
any
others nobly to recover the bodies of I be'nn a law before the close of the present give P. P. P. a trial. ,. t apj.ro-! Instrument and Tool. and :0y
hot believed to be buried under a mass of The Fire Rf'C"rd. ': res'ioi.I : P. P. P. (Prickly Ash Poke Root arid Potas- *>arV practic l*,1J.eriEDNlU the watch and jewelry
brick piled up fifteen feet deep in the Anthony, Kan., had a iW.OOD fire. I Eium) ia no secret patent medicine like the many Itn..in.u. I shall spare no painstaking to pirate a.*
cellar's.uany. There was an incendiary incineration of I >early Three Thousand More. on the market. Its formula u on every bottle, t., articles and I.ril'f'r I'.epalnua. and HOPE 10
I thus giving a guarantee: of its purity and "ho! MJMT: A FAIn -HAKE "F Torn PAyRt) UGE.
b r\ of the men have handled the hot ', the Ditkin block and an adjoining cesidenoo I NEW YORK, Ai;. 11.-There were 'J.lcT POmeut'H that no other blood purifltr does gne. w. (.. ('. ISKAN.MXC;.
1) long-that their hands are covered at Ravenna, O. immigrants landid at t&U port yesterday.
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4 THE FLORIDA STAR THURSDAY, atr .16, 1S8S.



THE FLORIDA STAR. Congregational! but by reason of her !1! monopoly he plainly proved in his Rich precinct will be entitled to the I : ---- !
El:01p j
affliction was deprived for years of religious '': first statements before the House of Representatives following number of delegates : "VV"nntoc1.:

PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. privileges in a large measure. A 1 : when he said that hi* peo-1 uker's Blutf......1 Haulover..... .....2 'I' !
Point..3 LaGrange.--.4 A I
respectable
true woman, friend and mother is gone, pie would spend any sum of money to : COLOIEl0'1..\\ I
ELLIS B. WAGERJpranl Pablis 8r ( Canaveral ...........1 Merrill's Island..2 WANTED
I I her spirit to God, and her suffering body i j secure his seat, and second when he intro- Eau Gallic..........3 Malabar ............1 i to rook.Vh and ir,.: I

?;1.rO IcrIII1UII1.. 1 1i sleeps in the cemetery at LaGrange. l duced the bill, the only bill sterling' Eden..l elbourne..l : Family mall. Fur particulara.ilr\ ", '

i "A-leep in Jesus, blessed sleep, : Democrat ever offered, to form the coun- Fort Drum......... 2 Narrow*..............1 G. Loutrel Lucas. Eden. Fla. !
Entered at the Pwt Office at Tiitiville as I From which wakes Fort Pierce......... 2 Rockledge ......... >>> I
none ever to weep ; I of Palmetto. The Legislature got .
Sec'mtl"Claf.8..1latter" I A calm and undisturbed j ty Georgian ...........1 Titusville..aThe >> -.t ;
repose, ; rid of that on short notice, and it --- i
i primaries of each of the above :
Unbroken by the last of foe*. .
A SQl"\RE I'" one inch In pace; 24 squares II went upon the table, where all waste rat precincts: elect the above delegate Geo. B. :Snmpli.A
make column.Forailvcrtlin. \\. X. CHAUDOIN.Eliifkvtlicat j
1 per i i- sent. Shouldpace permit we will be held at etch"uting place therein
:? rates enquire ofthe Editoral I ---- on Monday 2 wrap! enclosing a two cent stamp. would give the outline of the bill, and FULL MX :: .I 1
as a Remedy for o'clock >. in.
THE STAR i-;. the OFFICIAL newspaperfor I : we know that no sound Democrat would ] .
I
The been
IJrevard countv. Cut\'J-OI'IIIS.Zimnwr following peronhave: appointed GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS.
ever undertake to impoeuch upon the as the Democratic Executive : II
The Star has the Larce circulationof Brother-, Mobile, Ala., give Committee for each and
the la"t coat of J'la. people of Indian River Jupiter Yarrows precinct requeted -- ; I
on
any paper
the following a- their experience of to for the primaries theirrepective
: arrange I
_- -__ -_ _-- --- -- -------------------- --- and country joining. We know certainly \
A u TITUSVILLE DIRECTORY plowing under a crop of buckwheat to it i is not that which theterling: { precincts.Haulover I 1 \
;
I ; j
-C. II. Nauman. J. D. Vann
off the land "It ha. ,
TOWN OFTtC'Ut: I keep cutworms : :
f Democrat proved against Mr. Ewan that Ed. Stimmerliu. i jI
"a.or-Gpnr U Kumj.li.fieri
:-II. F. Atkinson. been our experience the la-t: fifteen years I un-eated the latter, it was only that )Ir.I i ii Cana'em1-X. N. Penny, Robert I
Martha and Tax Collector-T. \V. Smith. that wherever turn under of
we a crop Ran-on
Afss ef.'or-S. F. Gray. I Ewan voted and supported for IT. S. :Senator : f :
AUnrofn-S. If. Ray. R. P. 1'adaUon. P. L. Gaul. buckwheat we will not have any cutworms Rockledge-Lyman Barnes, R. C.
the Hon. William I). IJloxham the
den. J. M Pixon. I.. B. Bi2ow.. May, C. B. Magruder. ,
Town Council meet second Tht1rs:13 nigtt of each s on it ; but tinyear has been themot
II pride of every Floridian. : \(
month. ___ I remarkable of all. The seed we '
We may be K-ignorant of politics iii McQuail,
cncKcii from the north of '
got: wa: a very poor I
of I 1 Dade Co. as that member of that mi-lI I
First rwhytrmn Char'h. Pine street wet i all. Barker's Bluff:'.
quality, hardly coining; up at > Wt' Kitching. Demp.-ev
"ubinltnn.nu"> t>r'i"f>ry 11",1aat 11 i named club i.f Lake Worth. Its true
s.IIJ. and .:30 p. ra Snndav School 9SO a. m. :j sowed the remaining seed, about two i Cain, Paul Kroecel.Tituville j
Prayer Wwtinsverv We ln-May "evenns; at ':':?0. i I I title should be the monopoly of mdic:11i : S. H. lay Frank Reed, !I I

U-v.. John_Toy. Pastor .All arecnr4iallr bushelon, a piece of about onehalfan i im in and for the empire of Lake Worth I E. B. Wager.Narrow RES 'SHIRTS tI

1I0 lC, iD\itP.C1'"I acre. Tin- gave us a good tand. but we are not so ignorant of that *--J. P. Grey. John J. LaRoche r

Indian Riser LCk1F.: /1\. M. meets Now everywhere cutwormare plenty, Noah A!!c('. I I .
of the Democratic puty."e FINE NEN
.hY or*on nr prior to fnll moon very principle Fort bruin-Morgan Swain Henry : C e;
the little where the -
So. A. A STEWART. W. M. except on piece
J.
MESDT-t.
have seen the darkest days that that
__ Holme-. T. Padsett.; I
buckwheat has been turned under. AVe
held Monday !! party everaw and learned to foster City Point-J. D. Hatter, T. R. Dis-I ,ir. I
lIe next
AT the primaries to
will be allowed always have been free from cut-worm I concord rather than discord, and we are f fi on, U. 4\. Hardee.Merrritt' I eEQV\L ,
all Democrat*<< a
on land we have plowed buckwheat under hlmd-.T. IT. yamsV.. R. I f
that the Democratic of old
voice whether they are regi-tcred or not, while our neighbors have sometimes i, glad party Sander-: R. Carter. !
Iu)1II1:T IU I't" :
I IJrevard, has always been friendly !
on
a
,
provided<< they are entitled to regi-ter their whole ruined by them" Eau Galllie B..T. Stewart, II. R. :

and vote according to the statute.* of the crop term, except when that organizer of that Olll1-teat1, T. J. Miell. i Fresh (t:11'd'lt t't'd-: .
----
so-called Fleming Club tried to weaken Georgiamia-Allen Boothe, Charlie Ma ,
State law. The Ian quest Ion. gruder, Rufus Stewart. :Sold at Philadelphia Retail Prit", -. \\"j :
--- our ranks withinradically -ocall: I make special orders ami .
-
Thomas John-on A. prict'
LaGrange- 1
Wn wi-h to remind the Democratic Editor of the Florida Star: ed Independent movement to run for a Carter, Perry Day. .1.1 parties wantingcr.1! )l-

voters in the different precinct of our In the issue of Aug 2nd, of your valuable delegate to the Constitutional Coin en- Fort"Pierce T. J. DeSteuben, J. S'I in bulk.

that expected to hold paper, appeared the article headed tiun. The writer of that mentioned Bell, W. I : yport. i Geo. B. Humph
county they are
Ell'n-Thom:1s ,
I:. Richards. II. Le-
Monday afternoon, "Politics in Dade" and the writer doe article of your i issue of Aug.! 2nd, makes :
r their primaries next I T.t1rnHI. : 19 "fitu-viil: ,.. I.: :
at 2 o'clock. Thi* day has been suggested not appearingly agree with the statement I a grand mi-take: when heay-, that we : D. L. GATI.DENChairman.. ; -'"- --

by the Executive Committee, and made by Judge McCrory, that Dade is compared Ewan with the venerable : H. ATKINSON, Secretary. I \'OT: { ;:. ;

of each precinct committee solid for Ewau. The writer appearingly Tho- Jeffer-on. We merely said that Mr. i I
the names PERSONAL GOSSIP. I T;
\ nil f/tfjiii it
i will be found under the call for the belong to a gang that style themselves, Ewan belonged to the Jeffersonian school II nitty eurtre:

Convention published in another "Fleming Club Democrat*," and as of Democracy and if a Club-Democ-at does I Judge Thunnan has a fortune of about !I Wherea- a sale of land bfiun/n: ,,
:
) County
'
to the estates: of Mary AmuV (era F ,Tnic
c.'XW.OOO. :t
column. this club waformed to oppo-e: the regular not know the meaning of that term, he I |I Louisa ;
(gray and Ella Lo Uit: (" .
-- --- -- Democratic club, a club that pledge certainly is very wrong in calling himO l'f) restored The Archduke to!..ti<-ial John favor.Mrs. of. Austria has been respectively. ilirtntiil. mad in p ii-n ilP'!I ,

\\E have refused in the pa-t week or its member: to stand by the Democratic a Democrat at all, and it merely proves Lanjury's father is reported to Lavohad of Hrool11e an order judge of of tin the Honorable Tlh .JwJil'.'"hll al f>

two, i'Cferal1engthy article of a political Platform, oth State and National, and that Democratic principle i i-> of that only :.25 when he die.L cuit of Florida. I puivha-ed the 1,1111\\-|t it-

nature which are entirely too per- each member pledges himself to :supportthe radical carpetbagger style. A* to the Prince Henry the future admiral of the iuir! land, to-wit :

sonal for our column Their publication ,I regular nominees of the party, and a* ability of Mr. Ewan, we can say that the Gorman navy, is a watchmaker. I, The eat; halt of the north-t'a-t '|iirmM
I nx-Sonator Tabor has income of from of tin north-\\e't quarter, and tinnoiin! : 1-
i that before mentioned is the Hou-e of an
i merely organized -
would be a gratification of -pile to gang! journals : Representativeshow i
only ; I ?Su, 10UOO a month from one mine I west quarter ut'the north-." t-t q-t ,"tr! !'" .
the writer, while the reading public I,I to oppose'} the Democratic party I .- that he was one of the be-t: working:: i E William Vanderbilt has left for Canada I section 17. township :1. south III t i r .':": '

' would not l>e hetiefitted or interested by as organized; it certainly cannot be recognized member and with pride we canay that with II. 15. Ilullins on a salmon fishing ex I .Ti: oit. Al-o two acre- tiI4"r i !.."
in tilt"Olltl1"l't quarter ot will't n-+ < .
their long and abusive article- Hereafter a* a part of the party ; the opposition he made one of the very -peeche-that cur lOn. I townhlp. and )
range; ; nut muto:
all political article must be con to a Democratic club i is tlpposi"tion were made at the Democratic State Con- The fl..v. James Freeman Clarke, D. D., more or I less. in the outli-oa-t qii.trt'-i '?:

fined to a reasonable amount of space or to the party, no matter under what yen tit III at St.Augustine,and was acknowledged wii1l'll'n'rj.thin he m.i'ivoil it.to his wifefrom whom, hosaid I the north-wc quarter of said -.>..ti-n

name or title they adopt. Its motive so by able Statemen. And wa- not I township and rauire, beinj part ul th.
will be reject( 1. It does not require may
they I From n""hintoll by way of San Fran- estate* of the saKl iuf.u.t-,--pc: <'riyt[ I i\.
t I :* are to destroy the party'-intere-t, so I Mr. Ewan from that small county of Dade, cisco omio another rumor that Senator Fair t: for the sum of live Iiuiidri'd dollai.

tiehatable ; i! that the radial, the carpet-bagger-dom: -elected by the Democratic party of Florida will i in.-*'!nt'.y: lie married again. :1 Take notice, that I will apply I.i tI":

Correspondents should remember that +may profit by it. The voters of old BreI I an alternate to the X:1tionall'onn'u. Mr. IL; I). Anderson,.minister to Denmark Honorable .John It. I'rooutc. jll.I lir: ,- 011 i
II I has re-..-ivi-d fmrn tho state university of ; -aid Court on 'ItllHlItill' Ifrd; li lu --i
brevity is the soul of wit, and shape I yard will remember that the very element I tion at St Louis ? I Wisconsin tho honorary decree; of LL. D. : September A. H. 1<"". nt 11 ,'I.|lId.l

their articles accordingly. Let them be I I that formed that so called Fleming Now Mr. Editor this don't-liow unpop l Dr. Daniel Wilson, president of tho Toronto ; a. m.. for an order continuing -aid ...ale-.

short bright crisp, and to the point. I Club were the standard bearerof I We know where eight delegate- unin.'njtJ'.las declined the knighthood m mproferel and all persons are hereby ailmnni-li'' '
ularity. ; I to how cause it any lliey lu\.-. a 'L'. :
I, him by the imperial government.Mr. .
---- --- that movement for the election 'I
-
Independent
have to becho-en from one hundred and said sale should not b; conlinn'd.Dated. .
THE FEVEll ESTIO 1: I the ContitutionalConvention. Melville W. Fuller who has been nom"hatE'll .
(11. of delegates I and Dade had the honor of : Aisn't 7th. \ It. iSs v
twenty-three,
for chief justice of the supreme court, !
In view of the prevalence of yellow I III The-e: are the life lone Democrats furni-hing one certainly proves that Mr. : has prone to Maine with his family on a vacation. 'i ( Iw\m.of -F.aid l iuitirtrdiaii lot\u.t.loM.s \ -

fecrt Jacksonville,which wa.-:muouJ1c"1 I I of the so-called Fleming: Club, of Ewan i- quite popular. Club-Democrat i ia1 : iV 11'1LLL.t.S.Solicitor. .

ed officially la-t week, the IJrevard Co. Lake Worth. Tltt:'-e life long club men I. -\) -ays that they arc :-tronger: than the Thomas A. Ellison, tho inventor will sendto : for said Ciii.irdi.in.AOTIC'II. .
: each crowned head of Europe a perfected j I
Hoard of Health e-tabli-hed a strict are always ready to oppose the Democratic I regular: club of Democracy of Dade county -; phonojrrapli. Such a present will speak for ]j I

quarantine at all the avenueof travel party, for their own selfish use and I :but we can prove by a letter written i; itself. j I .

leading; to Indian liver and IJrevard profit, and the Democratic party wouldbe I to a per.-on now in South IJrevard, in Edward Dur "rss, the yacht designer, has '! T t all (fit f mi it iiiny
county. Xo one from any place where a great deal better off without them. I which they beg him to join them and to i been made nn1.. A. by Harvard. It was 'I notice, that on tin'lid:: "InSeptember. I II;

yellow fever is known to be located will I I And we have no doubt it would he better I leave the Democratic party of Dade. a only PA.a :) ort time ago; that his w Ito made him I. .\. U.1o': :><. at II uf the.. L-,'*
I in the forenoon. 'H' will a-: a"luilt i-: I "
IKJ admitted into the county under any I I for all concerned if these political How i is that for strength; and a Demo : Sir Charles italic and Sir Edward Stanier tors- with the will :annexed' WillnHarlau I'' ,

circumstancethoe; : from other section- schemers would hang out their true colorsat I cratic Club? tho two musicians who were knighted by the i j Forwood. dee *a-'(l. apply r'' th

of the State: mu-t: have the precrSbedhealth once instead of hiding behind that I I We assure thai learned man that hold : queen a few days! ago; are lath robust and '! HlluorthItliuor .s. .'on(>*. jud;:" ?! MICounty -
hearty men although; considerably beyondmuddle Court ot Un-vard countx. Fla. :
certificate from whence they come. time-honored name of Florida's most that ill-named club of that i I
together
.
age.Cardinal for an order tor ale of the ,;I1\\ i ill'+ '

The sanitary condition of Titusvilleha gallant soldier family. county of Palms, that should )[r. Ewan i} Mazzofanti, the linguist, who is I land, being part of the --tat.'of< Hi/

been and i- as good a- it possibly I Your "Fleming Club Democrat"- be nominated, he will be fairly clect'tl'' said to have known a hundred languages, declared I said William Ilarhui FurwoUlI. d).-,.<..t-"I'

I fer like the old I'adital to that he never forgot; a word ho had i tow it :
'Ol1t.lltCthi and grand Party, and take his Should he the
( summer, every precautionary -eat. not get .
tn.ce 1 '..iViitLMarlnl West A ol u ,, ei of n w \1. a-i-l+ ) -
measure that can betaken i-at I II the glorious pa-t: and points out to your nomination. IJrevard county can bringout i LelKpuf was a soldier to the end. I of section 211.: town hip :C:?. r.tux. .:'' s

tended to in order to prevent the intro- reader an election fraud. This clique, men that don't need the aid of that |; IIis Lji-t words were: "Let my regiment eonlaining 3204 1-HM) acre X t' ;J. -'
the so-called club misnamed Democratic I march I artillerymen 1i. township! :!:3 s, vau;:e 3'J e. rontauntu : i.
duction of nngle ca-e here. : element of corruption that have to collect iast. want to see my .. .. '. .
159; 4S-1($) acres. Lot7; and s of f
The fact of there being; yellow fever at i is that very element that forced Mr. money to seat: a man in the Legislature. ,, every soldier of them"The township :3:1{: e. ridge 30 e. containing; "11 r

Jacksonville has cau-ed a temporary susptension Davidson to enter contest against Ewan, 1 i iI Rev. Dr. tho Marquis of Donegal has acre: Lots 2 and :l of section 11. township 1

of bu ine-s. in all mercantile line I -o that they may profit by it. The wri- Now we would advi-e the Sterling' of lately his celebrated birth. The the marchioness eighty-ninth is anniversary eighty-six, I :34 ?. 1'I1cto, containing M;: 0>1W 1 U.) (
I acres. Lot*; 1. _. 3 and 1. -pcti llO
:ind transportation i i- nowo meagre that Iter i- not familiar with the election in I Club men who have been turned out of I II and they have been married sixty-sever : township :31. ran p lf) f'. nmtaruti,.'

something will have to l>e done -hortly I Dade, where the fraud i is claimed to have i| office lately, to stand by their party : andit years. :3K 1 -100 acre Lot section l1. township

been committed, but the writer i is familiar Count Maurice Esterhazy has been put under -! :;I R, range 1". containing* 'J*>-1""
for
to secure the arrival of groceries, etc., would be even better for them to I
i to check tuishi' 0
I guardianship his mad extrava- acres. West of section II,
the Titusville i* the head with the contest between Davidsonand II the title of that of discords He ,...
as free and
people, supply change gang : I II gance. owns, clear of encumbrances 32 s. range: 3U e. containing :320 :trr
for a large section of country. Ewan, and with the proof broughtby I for the Democratic party of Florida can more than 20OOO acres of land in I South 4 of section 12. township :g f -,

the parties interested and at that I Hungary, and can travel in a straight line 31) e. containing :31S WJ-HJO/ arreS ".
of Jacksonville determined range
The people are i get along in harmony, and follow the I
j jstandardbearers
more than fifty miles without quitting his of section 23.andncIatsection
w 4 of n w i
to tamp it out if possible, and time the writer came to the conclusion to victory without that estate. I 2f( township :32 1'. range .K i" t

are exerting every court po-sible: to (.111 .-0. i that Ewan had a* much right; to the eat cla-s that are belonging to that club. Isaiah V. Williamson, of Philadelphia, is containing 20012-100) acre; South i "' t tS ;

The bulletin-] for the pa-t: two or three I a- the Sterling Democrat Lake Worth. j\ And with duty toward the Democracy I reported .*J be the wealthiest bachelor in the w J of section 11. township: :32 -. rant..* ;
-:-:! States He has a fortune of 20,000- I 39 e. containing Hi( acre- Lotand:
I The before the i
day.are not discouraging but rather en- proof brought Legislatureat will guard against such impostors that i 000, and gives away a large portion of it annually section 3. township 34 s. rang II l<) N.-on-

couraging. Jacksonville people know that time showed plainly that certain only try to mislead the honest and principled -* in charities. He is a plainly dressedold tainlng ;"S acre Lots l.2. and 3.r' .

that the business of their city a* well a* I people in Northern Dade, had axes to das; of politician gentleman, very modest:; and retiring in 4. township 31 s, range 40 e, containing;

the welfare and prosperity: of the State I grind, a- the old saying i io, for it showed DEMOCRAT. I his ways.Baron 13S K-100 acres. Lots 1.2 40-e0 and3.. coniainin"1.VJ : -e toll
G. 3J .
township s
range
Albert Rothschild has
depends upon their prompt :action and plainly that they collected money to de- !; South IJrevard, _\u_. 7th, l5". S. 1, largest mirror telescope that has purchased Ut-n constructed the ; JS-100; acre South 4 of n w 1 antis .

as the fever is of a mild tyi>e it i is hoped I t feat Ewan. They engaged persons to make :I ------- at Paris for 40,000 florins, and presented !I w {. section 3. township 31 .-. range 10P.
section
soon to !.*' conquered. The late-t: advicesup I statement, travel up and down the coat I. .\. Call for lrc\ar County ;+ it to the Vienna observatory. A gallery I containing 210 acres Lot 1 of 1 '
11. and lot 1. section 9. townshipj ;
I for it has also been built and"endowed I .
to last night for the previou-24 hour and paid some one to sign them, and so I *. Lot -
Democratic (Convention.'t by the baron The total cost of this scientific range 40 e. :;% a'MOOacro 1:
were three more new ca-e: no deaths ; armed l, Mr. Davidson contested the seat gift will amount to upward of !:SOOU I anti :a.ui) n e | of s e \1. section .l.';
of Ewan. the 't Democratic party of Brevard township :;t <. range 10 t'. containingl
At time the
total number of Yae23 ; total number I Legislature Maximilian, duke in (not of) Bavaria, u i and
j county will hold a convention at the : 1;: 90-llHJ acres. S w 1 of s e j. e.J
in the electionof U. S. almost hopelessly ilL H e is 80 old I
of death 3. being engaged a years and : s
(If s w I. section 2.:; township moot
Court-house, in Titusville, on Wedneday. was to celebrate his golden wedding anniversary -
,i I
--- I Senator, did not give the contest the II I :30 ( containing 120 acresl.ot
the T th of ISS" next fall His third child is the Empress : =eaten
Obituarj.Mr. I closest attention, and voted upon that day September. at ; of Austria The fourth. Prince Charles] section :30. and lot* :3. 4. ., and h.
I three clock for the I 31. 32 40 e. c utainKU1G9
.*. Minerva Foreman-mother of conte-t: :fractional: i is-ue.: Mr. Evan hej p. m., purpose of Theodore who, by the renunciation of rights: I township s range 1.t. ", amid .'

Mr. Frank Foreman, and of )Ir-. IJoyc j inn a strong IJloxham man, and advocating -1: making Democratic nomination to fill: made by the eldest son, is heir to the title u I section G2-100:3. township acre 34 Lot*. range; 40 ci twlaiuiug .
I eminent as a surgeon"No i'CK
'
the offices i it
j and )fr.*. Capt. ICl'd-diecl at the residence : him strongly got the ill will of the Perry following : 193: !) -lOU acres. Lot .1. ... *
gifts, reads a foot note on the invitation : town-hip, '*
State Senator from the 13th: Di-trict. 11. and lot 1. section 23.
of the latter on August IHh, 18SS.Mr faction of the house, and when they t cards to a wedding in New York. The !' ruaeto t'. containing .;.I) ;.VJ-lU1: \ arre-- .

Foreman wa born near Sandusky, o.vted upon the conte-t, the Bloxham men {i a member of Hou-e: of Representatives bride explained by saying that she did nat I Dated this f nth day of .tugu5t..t. r,

Ohio, June 20th, H 22, being few days and part of that part supporting' Pasco i i from Brevard county, County Judge; : want her marriage made a donation party.It 1SSS. .
Clerk of the Is said to be English to never wash M. KKKNAUI
Circuit Court
strawberries
SAMLKL
I Superintendent : -
over <>G years old. She had suffered for I voted for Ewan. The Perry faction with j but to roll then carefully in a towel liKiKFix Koiwooi
I
some year with heart disease and other the negro Legislature voted for that proud i( of Public Instruction, County' untiltie grit" disappears. WILLIAM S. .FO1:\V&) 1'. .

complications, but suffered meekly, uncomplainingly -jl S.Carolina sterling; Democrat representing I I Surveyor, County As-e-sor of Taxe, ; The soup served in lining cars is made in a I Admiui-tralors Pant It''f'I*.". ,1
!
and with Christian forti- the monopolist of Lake Worth. County Tax Collector, County Treasurer: j i manufactory, which fills co s at the rate of i ir William h Harlau Forwood deceased.Aumun
!i and Sheriff; also a new Democratic I, ,GGU; ; a duy with aacl; turtle, chicken, to- I F. S. WILLIAMS. ltiAttornev
tude. She had been for several years a I That Mr. Davidson repreentrdIch : Executive Committee. :zato and ail other kinCs cf pal2tabTe soupt for .\tllllini trator .


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The mean temperature fort ul} through Florida's A en' Jud e. I CARDS. -
i -a": r'. ... ...
.mow.MANNbVNM-VNSS S\KSS1
out Florida wa* 80.02, which is slightlybelow ] TALLAHASSEE, FLX., Aug 3rd.-Go\ ASK I U. tt !% : I L. .\. GINiTI A .
theaerageummer temperatureof
the north. Perry to-day appointed Judge II. L. I S. H. RAY

Mitchell, of Tampa supreme court judge: I AWT-AT-L4WABD: J NOTARY PUBLIC.
The in and around Orlando ,
growers to fill the vacancy caused b\ the death Hock Ledge Florida
have netted 50:; for white I ,
cents per pound '' urgil. :
of Judge; Van 'alkell Judge q. ._ ------
grapes It inot improbable that in a TL.. GAULDKN, Successor to J. C. Norwood
j Mitchell i is a circuit judge, and was nominated : : and Co
few culture in Florida will I j 1p '
year grape
l hy the recent Democratic convention p-Ji 1 ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.
become one of the leading in u-trie{ t -
i for supreme court judge to be \otcd ff17
Alachua ha a large of I -'Ii'.t.: Titu>\ille, Florida.TONES ; TITUSVILLE, FLA.
county acreage $
for in November.1 He I* sure of election 1 ":e ;, ..' j .
----- ---'---
... O' I
.
'arc.l .3n f'
\ ne wInch 1 will] prolong I } term on the] 1 lenc 1 .a: ?: :. ;l' ':l' : : I ,lt(1OCife3StitLAN.WILLI. 7

Orlando Rfronl (teo. E. Macy i iin i It i is expected that he will at once enter tys.7 '4t> ;. .

receipt or a letter'igned e\"Cn of LV I: upon the duty of aiding in the work of : -::r't, ,

1 threatening to burn one of his cottage the court, which i considerably i behind I i! \.: :.. :) Tituille Florida.
} ,
and factor '. The letter has been turned because of the long continued inability : \ ._ ---------- -- --
". l-0. 31. IIOUIJIXNATTORNEYATLAW
over to the police, who are in a fair way of the late Judge Van Valkenburgli.JUI t :, c3- OonIMerohaildisoSTORE.

to discover the writer. Marshal Camp- I ,
VUKKM.UH.lfs -
'C.L\AN : ILNJHYL.JACKSONviiLF :

bell published the following in relation TITl'-\"Il.u. TIA.M. ,
,
thereto: A letter signed, "Seven of U-," I Fi..\., Aug. 3rd-Owing "'"-- TIiIlASlllal. ----- --- ;

and threatening to burn the u-ine*- house to the delay of a train ]lat evening, .. -_ po ... A. .
J .
and dwelling of one of our prominent citizen Judge 1,_ Van ,.a "en b un,:::}I'- f UI1C'Twas I'U'M1, <".-'I' .. .. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
..iu '.. .. I' t). Box-2", S.\ }'tlRD. FL.WiIll'ra..tJ"t" \. I':
*, i- in the hand of the police au- postponed until this! i afternoon at 2 .
in all the i" lII.tln of the Seventh ]
thoritie >: upicion ]>ointtrongly to (clock The hOlly and carriages: with i 6 Circuit and supreme conrt 3RI j I

certain parties, or lather one party, and the friend of the deceased} left for M. : "Oti4Tit1 ------ ,. r.ritciiFiKLi- :----- i I prol"* to b"I'

I and my police! are a'thely engaged in : Nicholas, two miles :southeast of the city, I I .

ferreting out this outrage. We mean to where the interment o<:l'urrctlt :? : =.n' ,.' I

protect the citizen-* of Orlando in their ; o'clock. lit:sides tho e following ill ulnclcs I COUNTY SURVEYOR. I A First-Class Stock

person and property, and we will make it I\i a number went flownn an extra AND J I Orders mail will receive prompt:

hot for any scoundrel cought: firing any i train of the Jacksonville and Atlantic HONK .:NUINC UNLESS I attention as: calls in person. !

building in tl'is city. railroad. lieu 11. L. Fogs, of TiinitvMethodist 'fRACE'MARKS.-.CHtC TO A THE LIGHT AddressGeorgian.: .!, Fl.i.] -"IGROCERIES---
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IS. B. C.A n'nEI.L. i II church, was the otlitiating ;, HIPtD CNVA I---: '' ATKIXbOX.JUSTICE :. ;i

City Marshal. I clergvman The floral tribute sent by : : : .
I \ \I"t\l.r: t c's'ilr''r'r! ; "t, : '
the Jaiksi nvillebai' b.autifnl OF THE PEACE
---- Wto very. I
TELEGRAPH BREVITIES. I
Fur the icond JustinDistrict of Hrl'-

Fresh, Crisp Glrauiu-, Recent Noteworthy '! I i ward count" ; (' >urt ,lays;, third! "Monday: '

Happening;; FIRE U r( C J F S I -T"i rs n K :i of each llIO lth. ,

i "Shan;:" Draper says he knows nothing of I -
.' H. -'.\ N l Ells:
:
i 'Blmky Morgan or MacDonald, and never T ,
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Numberless cases of fatal suustio; are reported Justice of the Peace for the Thirteenth DRY GOODS

during the mteuse heat of Friday OUR District. ,

! from Kentucky, Indiana and Otno .. I
.
l'/I'Jr a: ILnl.IDA.
It is now shown that a young man nimel
Court d.1 } tin t aIr :"'.ttIll'l.l, ""t' aril ni.uith.
1 Miller. hanged; at Charlotteville, P. E. I.. for HOnsefioI 2 .
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murdering bis sweetheart, was innocent. NOTIONS
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The teal criminal swore his life away.
1 At Hotikin&ville Will Carver and BI d Are expressly m(' mt '
Ky., ; Aaveyou ( nt::h. RrnTiohiti Asthma IndiRestionf Lsa
>'. Slaughter l indulged m the carne ulicitel gent den>an luis cur oi ma iol tlu v ort c iMnn l y their nimps Carver uu;:..
slaughter Slaughter, wueraupju .Sijii;iitsr 4k.4, Express end Railroad -intrfr,vtru"in impure;-ytliu;:a blootl wnstdL and*exhaustion.>c>.and slowly The drifting fetbloanlMik ; .,
carved Carver, and will answer ft the R -_ and CountOtiiwuls,, to the grave... ".11 Iii in my OOKS n-vtn er their health by
the timely \I..'"f 1'orkt' '>lGin ('rTllni,',but(*clay isdan- !
charge of manslaughter Bwine Mm < n'l/ 1 fnroiH 1.,6e it in turn It i.m"auahlt i fur a'l pains
Protf'ssur Elisha g -. class flre 1 1. fWd disorders: of biosuicli bowels tOc.at Vruggasts.
Gray, of Hi;;'ili-il' Park, a : -racri/: tlr I SHOES.BrATS

f Ill., ha.. patented a telautographvhich! will ation lock: i..: ", :!l: ; .
I a
E enable a man to sit down in Boston or Omaha 1 and price to Suit H. EXHAUSTED VITALITY ,

and jet simultaneously! writ out checks for t s I, a The Victor i h 1:r!" r- --- '
his wife who is summering at Lung Branch. P p pect, warranted 1. rlllEscli'Eop::
Tins rather long.armed feat is accomplished \ Btructed in the most I THE '-SCIENCE. .L Ilbrth.' great :

t by meaus of a pulsatin;; electric wire, which We now use on /i OF 1 MetltilVork: of tlw I II

produce such chirographic movements at : '" .. -._. our new I ff [LIFE I n,('on'ImhOfI\erv-1
l\ji\ far eacl of the lino made : J----- oust aid l"h;- cal T>"- I
It.S are by the -4 lock, and' inside ,
writer at the other end. U'ritmg by li;ht. j $ round corners, i I ..;:..a Inh.j;: l'rl'lIl11tl1ro Dti i : ,

lIin will be 4t KNOW{ THYSELF cliiu', F.rrnr"of"OI.t1I,
:; quite a nov > -_ t finished and
laud tJ:t' unto:il nnr- .
The Lister company, an extensive English -all burnished ies con I'llU'nt tilt're >n. 3'C) |>:i.es So., l s. p!reriptiOns I II
firm of silk and plush manufacturers, have I jlplnterior nicely fatted i I f">T ill ii-t ,is. '". t loth, full milt,nrlri'. I.N, ,
acquired title to twenty acres of Ian at I by mail 1'.all: Itook-epace, 19nd I in:iMlt-a.'td In I'II. Snd now.rln' C. 01.; :,,:iiJcudkd ,
Black Rock, X. Y., upon which will ba .
AdvcrtiscIJ.cntl\o.1. Me\' ih> YIt''t i>-
erected a large; factory for the manufacture:! I !il Medical oociation. Addre-ol'O. lio\l>:''., !C.>*- 'I CLOTHING
of those goods No. I. Farmers' Size, 19x12x13, weight 'tt'6'I+I ton, Ma!"', or lr A\. H \KI\LU.. ,rl'.J'e, of
No. 2. Household Size, 22x15x10, 1I\T\'lrd 1 Medical Collide, 25; jeir-'pri.':d.' ill ;I'-) I.
A disastrous
visited the
storm central
section No.3. Small Dealers' Size, 28x18x13, I t,,n, who may lie con uJh'\l con1id'lIliaHy.! ( I... : ,
of Mi*,'luii. \ No. 4 liulfinih: St. Sjx>ci i'tv! Dil""u",'- ot :\tan.I I
No. 4. Postmasters' and Office Sze: 32x22x22 -
The trunk lines have introduced iiuiui. I I Cut this out. You may; never see! It iiirn.ii
grant fares to a basis of f 5 from New York I No. 4 has inside door, with flat key lock, duplicate I

to Chicago to take effect Tndij I have flat key-locks, with duplicate keysWe are sole owners () nt'lIf's Furnisliiui: (i(14111..
Elections Monday throughout Kentuckyfor : manufacturers of the Victor Safes. We caution persons against 1J.

county officers generally resulted m the I or using soft infringing on our patents.
usual Democratic victories. I Every first-cja safe company manvfactuns under[Jl1tmtt. It ii

Enckes' comet has been seen from the i spurious. goods bearing no patent dates. AL:,O

Royal observatory of the Cape of Good Hope : Every person UM is in need of a safe will find it profitable to

returning from its long sojourn in the cool i! us at once, before an agency is established in his locality, and

regions: of space. This is rather hot weather i of our Special Offer in open territory.We .
for a comet to be coming home unless it I want General Merchants and Dealers to help us carry CROCKERY, GLASSWARE\ ,

brings along a palm leaf fan and a pitcher of I Co-cperatnc Plan. Erdusne contr free. A highly profitable ('

ice water ; probably for a life-time. II ill cost but 011<: cent for a postal card

culars. Illustrations and testimonials sent on application. In
Crimes and Casualties i
advertisement No. 1. Addre, HARDWARE
Frank Mount of New Brunswick! J., :
gets girls. twenty five years for assaulting two'' The Victor Safe & Las'1 Go,


At Hartford Ky., Willie Austin pound 1
AM
Doc Stevens' calf; Doc Stevens pour.Jed Willie

Austin; Willie's maternal parents pounded

Doc Stevens with an ax, and he is likely to PARSONS'


die Thomas Harrigan, a tinner, fell from a I tf$ iSSSlL.58 1 s Ship Chandlery Goods.Thee .

building at Nicholasville, Ky., and broke I rvts 1
both arms and legs. : H r fs 31'
iIAm NEW RICH: ]
In a quarrel between John Si n.:, colored,
and Jason Blackaby, white, at Danville, .ind ivlll completely change the blood in tho entire system in three

Ky., Sim head was nearly severed from his Fan who will take 1 Pill each night from 1 to 12 weeks may he .

body health, if such a thing be po ible. For curing Female Complaints i

During a wind storm in Pittsburg; a house rquil. Physicians use them in their practice. Sold everywhere, THE LADIES' FAVORITE.1ISVER will IK lie main ftaturi"Inline I i nJ

in course of erection was blown down crushing 2.1 f'tln: :, !stamp !.end for pamphlet. I. S..JOHNSO.S: CO., : OUT OF ORDEIl.Tf t

two workmen named Thomas Menally y>'i do ire to purchase a rowing macL but orders Sent me f..
CROUP ASTHMA -
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rtiit"i
and John MacUm. They will probably die 'c cur rgcnt at your place for terms a'lt.ccs. i
In the course of a drunken quarrel in JOHS: Os'S: .\SODY': : ; :: If you cannot find our arent, vrr. in Tit!.-.
DiPHTHERIA Uneou-lrtlit \ethese terrible : "ir t to nearest address to Tout below nrr'rlf thing kept in anymore .
Brooklyn, Andrew J. Martin struco. August cure nine..cases out of Un luf )

W. Jeuson' 01 the heat, injuring his skull m:1I1Ii l'rc'cnuoa I \, > is>,nt bctttr tree than hv mail.cure. f liEHOMESEVi< I'\' NG 6iACH1Ut! G.OPJJ G ,f f/J/;:S. : villewill l.e Itrlmvt1y fillt.'ViII ..\'
Jensen v'1l dia. Martin I
; probably
was arrested JOHNSON'S ANODYNE LINIMENT i Cri 1.g 23 CNN: GASi13: :- DFLLf.5.

While at work on the extension of the N t ural,:,;..IiiSmnzA, *v'relnnjr.*.nJt'rong! at the I.un?;.Chronic IIoareeness.lIackinr: ( SOl: LCUIS 91.0.A lAN.TA r,.."Ct TrX. !
Cn! '!uc I.it'uria'iMii,Chronic itrrhopa, Chronic I >'M.ntcrC Mnrl us. Kitine\ +
Derby railroad, at Squantuck, Conn., a can t-piiit and Lathe 1.uk. oivld cnf\\lIcre. btiij lor pamphlet to I. J>.JOHN:>O\ & Co. ---- ;
of powder exploded in the arms of Antonio : I
\OTICI:.
It i, a *< Ii-kn>wn fact that mAst cf th. i
Devilta an Italian killing him instantlyand tlor.' and (';i:tl.' 1'.,wder sold :'n 0.!, % To ,
1\1 A K E II E N all >> l 'iii> if nuna'in"' jy, :
Dennis
seriously injuring: Sullivan Ciuntrx i* v nfe>s: tl.1t! 'MiiJai s I buy Fniits.EggsCliictaOr
4 A man named Roder shot three boys Herman C.lIo1tI"i +'.t: 1'owtl r is ah, 1IJf'I\ly pure ai"4trv Six week Jioni tin lii: t I.ullif'atien: of ,
\ aluxblr.othint: on earth
Kemper, Otto Bergman and Ed Hozen- kill mike hens lay like :htridan'a Condition Fowder. Iv>ss.Jl ". ,me : : this notice the tntlerirs'tl will apple 'i iI
baum, the first named seriously at Quincy -. < ""er i tcre fir wnt u niAil for.>..cu. ia st a.nua. t JOH s."- J: j I to the Jloiioi.ible Henry 1'rieat. ex-om-I I .'I..r.:

III, for stealing apples in an orchard. The i cio county judjo.;: li.irinj probate juridiction *- ', any Country" Produce 1 nay < '

lyiichiap of Roder: was narrowly averted I in and for VatIc county. Fl.i.. 'I I brit.
SEASON' 183 for Icttti, of of or friendmay ;
Andrew Saline, a ranchman, and Robert administration the e-- '

Robert, son of William Roberts, also a I tate of mbroth} An;':u-t lIar?. lYe.I k to maitet.ak .

ranchman were burned to death with the ... i '1 I I ceased 1 late < -aid county of Iade.II .
\ I..J. i
house of Saline, near Fort Lewis, Col "v>.\" '\ .. --.0, '.,LUd / / i:IN KICK IIi:-.
'. ;--'. ... 0' ,\ .\ \ C '<1:. -: "', .1' I ,Ill i Wa\' land. Hade Court"
James Smith was fatally shot by Frank :,',.:,.s-... >. V } 04.-1'0 ;:: Nil,/ W I.... I/I I Florida. !
'I IL4 J
Kird 2'V"'Z, J \ LL .. 1.1 -1 / I July ?nd. la'i. 11-Ot.
'
during a quarrel about a woman, at ) ;;< .1.-7' <. ;> C.j \ ,Z f' =' 11...: I trJ' Q.. ::
S'. a:
Rock Run, Ala. ) < "' '7z.. ";.., -, '::..... d. ? 'j.;? ,.,. r It /O cr -
..:'.. !b.;"? # ,< V ... -s .... ... :11"\. 1.-7 i ,_ .
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FredWinters was seriously: injuiel dur- f'A-1 ..... : C .i "'>' '- -.:: z :::. = ;' ':.-,.. > :- -- .0 _
ing a political quarrel with John Ewin, at i r-' : -- ; c'W r-: .T"' :7
Morehead, Ky {:'!7 : / :;. r n ''N t f I j 'r cf 2 an.1,....\,..tiF'taUnlml \,, Mt. u t.. travel for anti I II.liahlc' !I age, and tome an a upplu.1 l.. : ;.
11..1 i
ralhoe ;; biiaiiut-r montli.
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: ..' -v'a wLo .an tun-i; a ', "rand ,;ve fceciintvl dictator skin for your /..t'I'f f
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BLAINE BACK. jf0 preftraed. AI 'u.--. a'\an..d l au.lt.i! %' t<. tay ex- I
IH'r" .V .tt diiiMi forth,
to .r right ,1I J
After a A'f.irs Absence the I'lunieil Knight ... ""c ,. '''I' _1' 1 ;;.:,;,. = ;"' : -" hate are. busu..,. .-xjeruhotter : 'ure. and to save wen time I Ifconrteoutreatment.-'
It'' I'.c.. .... : !" _- iil 1'i -:- staid niiutn ai:d a'Ulrattettio -... of nterenees.o 'I
Returns to America.NEW ka. .'1. ", .1..1! II-..: .{ 1i-ll-i. _.Z/'. 'i paid to i,.'.t:11 carI". :N-\<-mind about goods and low figure i-
YORK, Aug. '0.-The City of New ;' II.r !t"it-: :_ t! L' Jt l ... tendint pump fur r '{ 1\. Alllrh,. ."ill !N I:s..*.* I
York with Mr. Blaine on board, was sightedat ( :;: 'T.'i: : :,; "" 7' ":" j ] I :! box 11, IkiiLmoud Va. -3wo.. i for
.,l, .. the candidate
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1:1; o'clock this morning; She was then .... < -." '.. y, .'... ...1. \o,>. ... .:\J"! : -- ,
She remained :I / : ::. t:1: ';;" ( -:- .:. -; 'ii'm"r. TO ()lit iuvius.
ott Fire Inland at quarantine L .! ,'_'l... : Jo > ..... ?'<111.' _.: .' :_.::r- .'... .. f I public favor,
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until 8 o'clock this morning, when the .' ...-... .J. -. = wu\.ft...... -
Malaria or Ague Surely Cured
I
steamer Sam Sloan went down the lay, and lB"- In this br..sd 4rti"n. WH pp.ak not laUtly. but then I'm

:Mr. Blaine was taken from the City of New _t .-Y. "F aX :1..9.a:. state jKi-iwelj- that tt......- and all mia"niafic I
York to the smaller vessel ; poisons tan be radi,,'aly! iri\en from the xjntem i elected.Your .
which had the ; and a jierniantnt cure IIIlrlintf-f'd. Thousands of
The Sloan:: reception com- !
whose
: '!Tronic case*, t'ttn'm boar end'nee. have
mittee on board, as well as a large delegationfrom : : j I been cured by our infallible rm.eiJrvhicli ',
the Republican club and many prominent } : ; f I I tarn ntitbergninine, irt-fiii.-.or a.t" thin;,: injurious.con. -, :an.\iou to pea-t!

invited visitors, at once came up to the i jB .,' ft Full treatmeit fret by oJ.l physician "d highest
: :1m' I
1r also trial
city. Carriages were in waiting, and Mr. --- rI .e I dree standing toAS.SUEL, remedy sent on rectijtofad.

Blame was at once driven to the hotel without 1. ., d 1 \ I MEDICAL Bt EE.\r,291 BBAIDW. V.Y. s. H :Ea-sr'
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delay and without display. t., -;;mo. ,.









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THE FLORIDA STAR, THURSDAY, AUG. 1G, 1SSS. 7'

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ROYAL FLASHES. L. C. OLIVER. F. T. BUDGE. .iiASTiirs SAM:.
I
Notice t< ht>rt'Idnn} that under and I
receives almost
William dailyjettStbreateninsLislife. OLIVER & BLJDGE7 1av virtue of a tinai deeree of .-:11lHI f,'re-
!I closure rendered l h y ihe HoiioraMe John
The Gaekwar of Baroda is on his way toEn"tanJ. i I>. Iiroomo. ,1 mkl' of the Circuit Court for

The Indian prince recently Dealers inGEORGIA i i the Seventh Judicial Circuit of the State ot

used a girl 12 years of age. 'I I Florida on the earth day of )1:1n..

of King Attva and five other young 1S: :>S. in a certain i enn-e: in Chamvry tlirn-
A son have arrived at Berlin from the PINE LUMBER 1 i i in pcmlimi in tire(n'nit Court for'l'revanl

Africans a* to pursue a three ;).cano' course of 'I Comity and fur the circuit :ifore>nid. wliere1 -
cierrxi
( 1 in \\tdit M. Seward i- coniplainam
study. I, and William Cleveland defendant. I
has been making a-
Cbnitian au estpnsivetour -
Queen through the kingdom with the SHINGLES AND LATHS. Master in ('hi:nleere, willell, for cash, tithe )

her lap. At Barcelona the biggestflirt I hfche-l; Mdder.on Mondav.lugtt'1 tHIl
KHZ on 1SSS, the ame Wim the first
in
assembled in time of peace was in Monday
harbor ever to greet his infantile majesty. General :r3ardvvare7 I the month, in front of the Court ifouxi '
the i dolor! in Titti-ville. llrevanl County,
The czarewitcb, it is said, will marry one (! Florida, K'twt-cn the It'1.IllllIur..f sale,all

of Kaiser William's sisters. This was reallythe I t the following; described) real estate, ti>-\th :
reason why Bismarck opposed the proposed Sash Doors and Blinds ; Stoves Tinware and Crockery.Refrigerators 1 MI that certain lot. or tract of 1:1I111.ilb

marriage of Prince Alexander and i j the luiildin tllt'rt't'n.ituUt'tl, l\in: au lj
Victoria. Had that marriage taken .
princess j hieing; tin Merritt's Island, in the c.nntv uf
place the union of the IlomanofTsand Hohen- lrcvird! and State IIi Florida, de-i-riUtl
P a.-
AXN'"TS
iollerns by latter day ties would have been A1"TD eJIT61, : fullontowit :

rendered impossible I j The north half of south-east quarter

The prince of Naples, son of tLo Ling of Water Coolers Ice Cream Freezers j t- e 11..r section tin \JUI. township
,
Italy, has earned considerable distinction as | twenty-four( ), -outh tlf{ range t! irty- ixj
photographer. They; say there is none j |;::1_0) eivt. A-o! the east: half of the M'UUU-
The photograph of the Screen Wire Screen Windows Screen-Wire Doors. j
tetter in Italy. | east quarter ul the :-unth-tt..t quarter of
Princess Lctitia Bonaparte, who u to bonrriod I I section ten i lOto\\n-hiit\\enty-iutir)) : | ((21),
to her uncle, the duke of Aosta, i south of r.msre; tllirt --ooIX ':*tit t :1-1, HHt-

which U: having a great sale in Italy, is by POWDER AT NEW YORK PRICES. I ; one htmln11.rt.. .

the. prinre.t'nd:1Dh. I Witness nib 1 hand and seat this :;1st .laytainjii"
ufMny, A. I>. 1SS>.
pe of the Itonnty Mutineer*. 'PITUSV11LL1FL0IIi1DA.: WAlTKi: : S. ( iKAHAM.

TIle queen hag had yet another jubilee Master in Cliineet\. .
present sent to her. It appears that the I ..loXKA: : \Vti.u\M-: ,
inhabitants of Pitcairn island, havingseen New LUn1..ber YarcLAll I ('I'rnplainant': ;uli"ituf' !1I 1-; :.!

a notice of the numerous marks of I
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loyalty awl respect presented in 18d7: to -- --()-- .;;; :::;; ::: """" -tr': AVSORGHUIu


to her go majesty and do, were likewise fired;; and with have an ambition!sent her kinds of Pine Lumber Dressed and Undressed Cypress and Pine ; :

some straw: hats of their own manufacture : E VAPORATORS,

They have also included some ,
Laths etc. etc.pt'dal I J.\.J :I: L L S
other straw work, manipulated! with considerable Shingles i iif'I
.
skill. The islanders will be :
!:

i remembered of the mutineers that they of are the the Bounty-descendants Attention given to all orders. IJiver Trade Solicited. Yard is: located} on the :South :Side of :fJ.,.- "I-a. -: ,?":_. ...._:.... -. _

now muster 112 persons, two-thirds be- 1 Railway. West of the Crand; :View Hotel. Titusville.TITUSVILLE 'I"f.J .... {;". :'}:'.,\ r. .: -:' ".:"?::.;; I.:
: 7"J"1'
neither """ -.t! '
ing women. They use strong :
....,iff { <"". : ., W .
T. :
also JB.A.TCJBETT
tobacco
drink nor money being a :. db CO.: I .F :;:. !. .. f ,1-/ I
thing they dispense with. The posses :: ; .:, -;.::-. .. of: .1/;
I .. ;' .
.
sion of which they are most proud is a ":a-.;" ,, i ...,.-; -...f-- '1.1'p:..,' ,- ,... I.
harmonium which one of the women : I l1ry; ;, -: ?l .( ..
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.
well.-London 1\I.allory SS Line : r-4ii. :.- .: r; .:..-_.. ..'
plays remarkably Figaro i I '.00" T.'. 'J -
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' A TransUthtniau liuihvay. NEW YORK AND FLORIDA. and Syrup Makers t ipplios.For .
: A recent report from the United States t
) FURNITURE STORE.
consul at :San Salvador recommends the i: FK03I( XEW YORK TIT. *'K03I FKKXAXDINA, Catalogue and Copy of Sorghum Grower's Guide

construction of a railway connecting the 1'ii.u: :21: E. u rvEuv: iiunu, rivm: STKLCT vvn.xur. ENEUY TIIUI.-D.1Y. !I Addresa CHAPMAN & CO., Madison, Ind ;

capitals of Mexico and Gautemala, and %Ia" Yitlt. ROS'l'ON 3XI) IJIIII.\IJ' I.IJIII\. -'TIIEi -

connecting with the existing narrowinniu'e TIll' Troll Steamships STATE OF TEXAS, CITY OF :SAX: ANTONIO, UK

; flf the iautemala Central railway, .A. Frosohel UI\XVE: 'Olllpw.t' the Florida :Service.1'awagr t
i'oJ'\.lIty-tin'miles in length, and terminating j i: A U T 0 lVI A TIC
on the Pacific at the open roadstead I Rata lH'h\ ern lociila and Av PurihIVta3S

: of San .Tost- Deferring to the cli- PROPRIETOR. Hu' Z.O"'e.i'. ,;,

I. inatcof Central America at the sea level, i iI It& Hates of I'rcight nlwnyLow :i- t ronipotiii Line.- SELF SKIMMING

, the con ul says: "The Nicaragua caual, I i Early :Morning Train Every Thursday from point on ,J. T. & 1C. W. Hail wayconnects I s sAND
with .-tea1l1er:11111' day at Fcrnandina.SCHEDULE..
the drip railway null the Do Lesseps I -

r anal each and all are at the sea level, Parlor Suites .

Of t and acclimated alone may cross the \or.Tll-iOVN1)-Steamships ail from Fernamlina every ThurMlay p. in., after'

continent in safety at the sea level; but I arrival of trains from :South Florida, and i!::'i O a.m and -l:."ti p.1I1. trains from Jacksonville Perpetual Evaporator!
there is jKTfct immunity from climatic Bed Room Suites as follows :

disease t ho instant the traveler reached 'ITY OF SAN ANTONIO, ( Ipttin 1Vihler........................'l'hursdavAug.'hitl!

an elevation; of lOGO feet above- the pea. :-'TATE OF TEX.Capt:1 11 Willimn ............................ ...Thtlr: dav, h Ith i And the Improved Victory -

rnnsi.ien c. tJc'reforill! traverse thU Beds, Mattresses, | CITY O1' :-\X: ANTONIO'apttin1Cilder........................:1'hurly, jlith : Cane Mill our

trln..i:-I I'.UUKMI: railway with a land locked i :--T.\TE OF TEAS::, Captain 11'illitins................................'l4tur:-day, :!3rd:
liarUir :.t each terminus., and an e'levatiol ('ITY OF :-\X ANTNIO) Captain'ildt> .......................: : ,I:1)., ;:nth Specialties.Also .
: at no i*>inr. after leaving the coast Springs j Son ir-1W'SU-EA. .'> sail liomVv Pork, Pier No. I. 1:. I:., foot t.l Fulton street' every Fndat.I Portable {Soda Fountains.
of loss than 'J.OOO feet between the two at a 1'.11I.. as follow:
oceans.Demorest's I July stir i'th. :20th. 7th; Augn-tttnl. Kith. l7tl+. 21th, 31st: September ;th. 14th 21st, 2Mbl CsP Prices low and Goods guaranteed.
Monlhlv. rt3:: >irect all Freightia: ltalioty/ -Kint-hip Lintrom Pier No il r. 1:.. New York. .. ,
And everything in the Fl'"UXI'IToUElint. j F ;: !i 7'a 1\JL
----- j Ver-Specul Agents anlo.att d at a1l1.rm'.Jl'all"'ll4t. through lorula, where ticket can beiMTiirrtl an 1 1I
j Call and see the New Mock J I iniormatmu obtained.rrtl"taterooms .
Talk alxmt your flytraps :nd musjuio I and berths secured. in advance from .T.!<-k"r mille and I'ernaiuliua of'ice.
< uetliugs'said a well known llor- j just received. ,,*Trams from F l:. .x\. lr). run ;directly to slip s Md at I'trtiandiiia ARTESIAN WELLS.
..
l.V Any further intoriuation can bv l>taiin-d trom '
ist to me last week. 'lid you know J. M r. (TTLKK. I'a..HlIgut.. corner liu and Hosau ctr '.-ts. Jaekhi-nville. Ha.
that the much despised castor oil plant is Keepfull supply of metallic and wooden U W. rTII\\Ii'K.. Agent. I'ernai.dina, Ha.H .
the beet in the world l H. li.WMOMi. general Travl Ling Agi-nt I -
against
protector :
ttie,;, mosquitoes and other insects? Its Coffins, Cases and Caskets. !i C. H. MALLORY & CO,, General Apt!. Pier 20 E. R. NEW! YORK CITY. | N. C. BRYAN & CO.

a fact thou;h. The discovery was made Funerals attended if deMied. All orders I
by a Trench scientist named RalTord,
i
: promptly executed, and at n'a: oua- '
who noticed that the rooms in his house Are prepared l to contract for any size
rates.. Embalming done. i I I
where the plants were growing were entirely Arteim"ello' and Water Supply ami
free from those disagreeable insects: ___ n ___ __ -- ;I I ,
He discovered that the plants pout I I solicit eorre.l'onlente for Cheap Term

;;a t;;l'lltbl oil or pome toxic principle I, I at
winch insecticide PORTER & POTTER
IHISSOM* powerful i
'I'I'I'I'S1'ILLE, (o'iA.I .\.
qualities.
Experiments have been madem t
this t'otmtrawl the same results obtained. ti
I I
I don't keep the plants, so you Real Estate Dealers !i NOTICE TO THE PUBLi
THIS ;
<*an KV I am not looking: for an 'ad.,' but SPACE IS RESERVED .

I give it to you for your own benefit."- I _
Buffalo News Man About Town." Lake Worth, Bade to.. Flu.
wtruction Wrought by Insect In AmericaThe !I rOT,: | If you have any

annual to productive industries Lakeortli: Honda the most tropical part of 10LD
in the United States caused by insects is the MattIt bees parallel with the ocean beach, ii FURNITURE
.:' tunes long. oi an average width fir one mile, is i ,
estimated at 150,000,000. lore i is ;:r BITB-t7M
a
connoted with tile ocean by an inlet and is nowhere i :Such: *
fair battle etween man and another sort o\er thret-- of earth The nishing and hunting cannot he excelled, i ompano. '
occupiers. They arc smaller, I i
CHAIRS
blue fich.en: trout barracuta sheephead and ,
but if they can whip us, have undoubted other fine fish IH-IHK easily caught by trolling or
as good a right to the world aBehave. 'iithanct Deer and wild turkey are vlt-ntiful in II THE ONE PRICE CLOTHIER. i SOFAS
,
As civilization advances the pine' woods beyond the chain of lre>h water I
new
lakes which lie west ot Lake Worth. IJeautitul cocoanut j ORGANS
insects; make their appearance, marching groves are in bearing all along the shores! of j ,
sometimes eastward but generally west- the lake, and guavas mangoes, sapadillos, alligator i
apples, Spanish limes Jamaica apples, I PIANOS
wanl. pears sugar j! ,
There aro few, if any, forms of tamarinds, coflee. poosberry trees maumee apples, !1
vegetation that have no parasites that deTOur niaumee sapotas, almonds, dates, tigs, oranges/ \ BUREAUS
either limes. lemons citron and all kinds of tropical truit.. I ,
foliage or fruit. The loss to
and flowers are doing finely here. This i* the most BEDSTEADS
">e cotton crop is estimated at $13,000,000 eastern part of Florida being 100 miles east of the I t | ,
a yearn while that to the apple crop is not longitude; of Jacksonville This brings the Gulf !
Or other Furniture that wish
to the land here than at any other i I any you
lunch Stream nearer
less, and that to the nt II
potato crop part of the coat and thus insures the most even I I
least On(..l13lC as much. But the estimate temperature of any place in the United States. A RE-VARNISHED AND POLISHED,
13 not a fair one until into the loss is large acreage *; put in garden truck every winter,
20.000 bushels of early tomatoes being Call on the undersigned, at the head
from 15AH to !
counted the the proportion time spent that in is lighting 6.1.wd.-Scicn.to secure fo.iw grown per buslul.every j ear.Goof which hotels bring stores from and:1.50 pottofl.ces to- Clyde's New York Charleston & Florida S. S. Line. I of :Main: Street, Titusville, where you

"fie American.vme are convenient. Lots of all sizes and prices can have all or any of the above article-!
secure d by the above firm. who have almost all of ;I I made to look a< well a.s: New; or will t
tunand sees many curious Filings in na the best land to tell Parties buying now will in a The Elegant :Strainer* of this Line arc appointed to sale: call at residence when work can not I>ej
nowhere is there anything short time, more than double the purchase money i
stranger to be found than certain Lots range from S. to 10 acrall fronting on Lake FROM: JACKSONVILLE.SEMINOLE. j moved. Also all kinds of Ornamental
among
J .r" to .:tO an acre Anyone .
Prices t ri'iii
species of the Worth < ]' :: .... .. ....... ... ... .. j sign Painting a imperially.Titusville
vegetable kingdom. There wishing further information encn! >< stamp to the ( New) .. ...... .. ..... Thurnlay, Au !Oth, IXIHJ( a m
*
is to be seen in the yard of C. L. StilsoiJ above firm 1 l CHEROKEE, (New).... ......... .. ...... .... . ......... Tlursday/.Aug.'IGth, 12:30 p m I W. B. :K.NOK.

flowering curiosity. It i3 what is SEMIXOLE.:: (New)............. ......... .. ......... ........ Thursday, Aug. 23rd, tf:80am) I Ha.OTJCK. .
blooms u>wn a? a black lil\". When it firs FREE TI ALL I CHEROKEE, (Xew)..... ........ ..... ..... ........... ...... Tliuwla'y, Aug :SOtli, ll:3Ua 111FR.OM rub
it is
black, but gradually fades to ------- ----- -- -
a dark :_ II,.r Jf'u-twe,t Cat.iliyutct : : FERNANDINA ;
purple. It is bulbous/the sam I.xs t'.ij:;:<..-, mntaininff a \ .
Bother members of the lileicea i- 'mj.t to .tss.'rtment of theY Every l1ndafternon.
genus .. I I.ASIOFFIc : at Gainesville Fla.. )
S Plants. Roots. Bulbs.
flower t ; !!t
tlla is something of the shape of a I Vines. Shruos and Seeds to I After arriv.il ot the : .Inly ::50. lv :oi. /

I 1een but much larger, being some t-ix- I 5>.it: f action rLOUID\ KAII-IVAV _\\J) \.iVIf.iTIOCOS: Tli.tl.VLeavinj I Notice i hereby given that the follow-
inches across the top by ten inches 54rr !< f" : ca. AaiicS-. ing-named; settler has tiled notice of lips
1.\ breadth. It is serrated around the & Jacksonville]] at *!:-t;> j>. tH.DEI. intention to makelinal proof in Mipportofhis

'ee f ie pistil emanates from a pouch iI I i I,; .11 Louisville, Ky.oTin ..\WAnE Sunda). Anz.: 5th I EL\WAK Sunday, Ang. 15th I claim and that said proofs bemade
about ten inches in depth, and is itself iI - ., YKMASSEE Sauda, Aug. bah I| YEU.\ ,*EE SI1[-Iay, .\uj?. with I before .\. .\. Stewart clerk Circuit Court.Titu.sville. .

some: fifteen inches long by nearly an I \ :. Mt-UTiMT- appointed to !ail' from Pier ii, Kist l: ,.cr. dew YOlk, i Flu.. on Sept. tiSth, 1"I :

{;(,width, of an inch, and i3 erfecily I TII nil burl if iiiny CHtufrnTake Every Tue.-lay awl Friday at o o'clock, P. M. i, Cha,. II. ). Evanof Micro. f la. I). S119 -
black.
nut the most curious: thing about notice that six week alter date. I t i for the lot 0 Sec. :3G'fp.9 S. I:. .T
ti I J The freight and pa--enffer aoeouiniCHlation.-lire unsuri f,l. Kverj attention will be
flower is its odor and it has lots of 1 will apply to the Honorable Minor S..lone ': given business entrusted to this lint- IE.
tW
j-T It ** extremely offensive, smelling ?, CUI11lty judge of IJrevard eonnty.I I II I Din-et all shipment- >in New York via <_'3'- the otHC in "aid for For further intonnation apply to his continuous residence upon,
Florida Izi prove
decaying at :
of horse I county
carcass: a or
t'OW'. J. A. TKA1, agent, .J. _\. LK.sI.il:, .\rent, i and cultivation of. said land vu :
Hies I the of
swarm about the flower. letter administnition to e.-tate FeniamlJiia, I la. :>s W. lacy -t., Jaek-nvilJe, Fla.TIIKO. .
Aurtcte1 '7 the odor, they find their i Edward tiilJ5-oll. late of paid cOllnttIe- <;. KUKi: :, TraflJc! Manager, WM. I' CLYDE .\: CO., la" .'1.. A O>., I William llindle. .Toeph Paine.! !OiI -
war into the: which | ceased.Dateil. : :T.r.roadway, N. Y. 1Jonth: Wharves, Philadelphia ;.i Broadway, :'\. V. I eph AVillianison, and) William Kmorick.
Poach from the I
('Qnl :.md pistil tin 19th day of Julv..A. 1). I F. M. IKONMOXtiEl;. Jr.. ueneraiTraehug: Agent; Jacksonville. Florida. all of Micco. Fla.
Never j get .oKv t'WJ1 ii tb'-T v theyout. visit lx Since last season VENTILATORS have been constructed on the iron steamers for the S. r. TlTK.I:.
ft really worth
H
to *v i.. -C.: ov iC-L > n.l- urJ. a u.: WILLIAM Ginsox. 1 better transportation of Granges and Vegetables lei 1t'i..tt.l'; .



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8 THE FLORIDA STAR, THURSDAY, .\rG. 16, 1SSS.

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t LOCAL LACOXICS.Mr. -Captain Penny and Mr. R. nan on, when I irrigation came into use in thisregion ; Advice rilothera.Mrs. A. L. Hatch
SLOW'8SOO'1'nI I
I ] \G;Muupshon l!1ttr8jS & Son
C. J. Hector. of Melbourne wa from Canaveral are in town this week. the water-rats might increase in I be used when children are cutting teeth. It relieves + ,
the little satferenit
once; produces natural 1L'1
in town this week. I -HeJa Bolton will preach at numbers and cause:! much damage :and quiet sleep,and the little cherub awakesa..brighta
: trouble dams and 'm-I aa button." it is very pleasant to taste. It
-Mr. Eacott and daughter left here Minion Sunday at 11 a. m. by undermining ( soothes the chilasoi tens the gums,allajsall pain. DRY G 0 OD S NOTIONS
!! bankments. The pre-ent system of investigation regulates the bowels,and is the best known reined y
this morning for Ohio. j -The third quarterly conference ,.f for diarrhoea, whether arising from teething or l
into the habits and distribution I othercattsea. Twenty-five cents u bott1 .
Mesr F. B. Sackett and 1'rownlee, Indian River Mission, M. E. Church Hardware Crockery I
P1uTCiiilu Saddlery.
of the :*mall animals by the Department ; J. rl'o-i lt'nt.
of Heath. paid Tituville a visit Tuexlay.Mr. South, will be held at Titusville, Saturday ;, of Agriculture hy'ing a good w. M. iiiM'\iuhi.-i. Stationery Family Medi- ;
{ ,
August '!- th, at nine o'clock a. m. !i i i SetJs. i
and Mrs. Eney gave another \! I i, scientific knowledge of their habits and j| INDIAN RIVER BANK CHOICEGardenGROCERIi.S i

small, but pleasant social I party b..t'reek. -Public religion services will be conducted distribution i will give a stable basis to !
in the Church I I I Ii ,
\ Presbyterian on i i start from in coping with I these I vexatious | Tihls.ilh, rioritla. Hay, Corn, Mapes Fertilizers.
:Saturday evening at 7:30, and Sunday at
of rain have I little enemies if they ever should A
-The few lowers we : prove GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRAN
11 a. in. and 7 in. Rev. H. B. Frazee ; I irr1'oivr, ruuuiu.<<
p. the salamander
had lately hamade the mo quitn'ery j damaging. lIe alluded to -i SACTED. -
T I and Rev. .Ta Bolton will !
preach.
lively. | of the pine barrens, which is closely Exchange bought unto -ol.l.\ .special{ gnus
The article which i iI i I Arumttcntioniyen to t"ol1t'l.tionLoan.* EACOTT & C
on Tropic, was allied to a very destructive little animal 0
negotiated un nisi .
,, -Quite a large party took a pleasant mortgage for :saxnilrHank ,
' I written for the Corporation* ami I III idiuil,.
Sub-Tropical pamphlet found in the west. I IlIll'rTITl'"S" 1141..1;
I
fail on the schooner Ruby Dye Sunday I est allowed on tiinedepoit: 1'1.1..
: will he published in next week's isue of :: In the course of his remarks upon I Ii 1

afternoon.Mr. i the STAR. Anyone wanting extra copies 'i some of the peculiar birdwhich he has S1OOOOO TO LOAN TIN &SHEET-IRON WORKERS j

Verbeke, of Rocklcdge, came will please'send in their orders at once.Mr. !! noticed during his :,tawith us the On First-clnsN heal Estate. : -- I
r 01111'ednesday'e8teamer, and will re- I I -
up turn to-morrow morning. !I IJlri. Zellers with his three manatees i i lecturer referred :some length; to the .1.Ivaiiecsmatleuponayaihtbl.collateral.. l.TTTKKIXCS: :, ROOF1M:()() (;, t

arrived in Fernandina last Thursday: habit of migration which iso general Approved busine paper discounted.Dratt ; .i 11 rl J/
(f
CS.. Altree and Master on all ot IIUJ/III'ili.Mj///,.
on, I enroute to Xew York by the Mallory among birds. He offered an original explanation parts Europe.
Roland of Sanford arrived here jiiinc done at Jacksonville rates' l'I (, .
founded /1'
of this
S.ltur-1 steamship:! line. They attracted the cnrioity phenomenon, }:\"cry favor, ennitent, with sound I

day, on a visit to Mr Recall. I of many of the residents of Fernandina upon the supposition that, with the I banking, cheerfully\ extended. j I GalVamZEd V.ork & Revalf1ll1 of all nnfi.

Professor Hoxie:m IesrIitdl'll: during their short there. gradual recession of the Polar ice in a COIIEM: >OXI>EXT: > : Bank Jackon\iiif ;
stay
Jacksonville. Kla.; The caboaid Xatiullal' --- is
and Howard had a pleasant ail to -An exchange truthfully says : '*A rem >le l'olngicall'eriuJ, manv birds followed Lank, New Yoi k. :!:; outing : .111\ ST., near Ki tr. t t

Courtney and back on Sunday. it from the hahit they had formedof
;
up I
village; newspaper i b the photograph of BIG MONEY! *,om .\(' : .T.U tt unit. t.. lv
: 1,11 : .
southern h\l\tul -: \ v. t
their ,
-Irs. Captain Fitzgerald and family the town where it i is printed, and is the rearing )"cmngIon : \\ > *, ,:al tare --t
I
arrived on the train last Friday evening, only evidence its: foreign readers have of i margin. CLEVELAND AND THURMAN ;
and started for the next day. Some explanation of the effect of latitude .
Jupiter '
p the town's prosperity. Every business lt nun. ". r H'.IIIo..I: ;ti-o Pte of llr- ('I.\dnd .. '
and altitude furutTrade "oIl, -. .'. : "X1iUJ.lt. .1. .11."rtrutil"oh.r: t'.rtndr U... t ,i.. t
-\Ii: Launie Harrison paid a visit to firm should be represented by standing upon any given speciesof '. :t' 'DlP"':" \IWlltll "'r ;
"
: .
:! : make e +no to $-p. a uiu tah. Outfit :{.-','. irii/uirmoNfrhiuu! i hllV'i'lk a1 p ptk *: ;
'
followed of
bird matter ,
her home, at Minis on Saturday morning 1 advertisement, be it large or small, that aa course 'i

and returned to town on Monday I jit-ople may get a goad{ impression ot the and the difference between this. and a I TROPICAL AND SUB-TROPICAL FRUITS AND FLOWERS !
wide extension of the hibitai of a specieswhich
evening. place. Egyptian Queen Pine Slips.
frequents the entire width of the I
The steamer 11'hitestarted down the I An exciting race was sailed :Monday continent, was pointed out. I\1)Iai'c: I ICI\1i:11 I X TH {SKI { I Ks.I .

river last Saturday morning to take her afternoon between the schooner Ruby I Bone
Meal Tobacco Stems
I Cotton-seed
I In concluding, the lecturer made an Meal, Cow Peas & Fertilizers.C.1'l'AL0UE ,
accustomed }place on the Melbourne- I i Dye and the sloop Fro-t Line, over theTitusville I
the audience their aid MAILFD FUEl: :
appeal to to give TERMS i'\>\11.\

Jupiter route. I course:! one round. The owner to the committee on bird migrations, to JOHN ]{. JSKACH: Iiulian Itivcr Nmsmcs East .Mclhoiinif I
I flag
Iof I each craft felt so-ureof winning that Ii
Georgia
-Mr. S. A. Belcher left for
I which we sincerely hope many individuals i i
.1' last week on a vNit to friends and rela- I a large stake wa sailed for, the Capt. of will respond.
WE CALL
tires at Oakwell,where iris wife i is- spending the Frost Line depending on a heavy Prof. lloxie concluded his lecture at THE ATTENTION i

I wind beat his while the i
to antagonist I II
the summer. I I ten o'clock, hip audience having been Oi the }lI'op1uf Indian Uivi-r: to our tuck of ( UM.M-, !

Ruby was expected to win on the prime which we are otk.-rims at cloe maririn.We .
:
-We noticed that the Town Marshal I well I entertained for an hour. very ;
bad condition she' wa in, and her grett'I'l'ecl t niakii specialty; of
a number of men at work clearingand
I which i is now a< enviable as that of the I Huckll'u.o.nllca SyUe.;
improving the appearance of the The best salve in the world for cuts
streets lat week and this alo. Frost Line. The start was made about I bruises, sore, ulcerilt rheum fever, !j Groceries Grain Hay and Flour

-The steamer nock I(' remained three o'clock, but before Frost: Line passed sores, tetter chapped hands, chilblains, !' ,
ge the stake her fwmlutl' and all skin and
starting jib parted corns eruption positively
here at her wharf from Friday until I i-1. On) which \\twill: ;-m- :-'u't'ial:! iw! ..ln'I1II'ut."t' rarn' a I.UL: -t.", i k ..'
to after-leach and several minutes cure piles, or no pay required.It )

Monday morning, and the Georgiana returned were required to repair the damage. Immediately is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS, BOOTS AND SHOES, HATS AND CAPS ETC.,
from Melbourne on Saturday. or money refunded. Price 2) cents
l oth bouts started for the line box. F -ale by all drug stores in Which ue aie ofi'erimat low tiirmv': *. Thoo needinghoc* will find l it _tin-.it'\!'. :
per
-Mr.-. A. Corwin returned a few days with the Ruby in the lead, and the Capt.of Titu-ville, and on Indian River.SALE. I their interest: to ;jri\e u* a call a* we are sclliut *hoe* very l 1,1\\ .
from her V"e will he pleaed to time.
y ago visit to relatives in Western the Frot Line praying for a gale of quote pric.at any

Sew York. She brought her sister i back wind POI I E. L. JaB..A.DY tfc BB.C
j it hurricane he
: was a regular wnn-
with her who will sometime here. A tract ol land on Indian River in thecoullty
spend '
ted. The south -take reached with
was I
ot IJrevard. consisting ot N5
: :
-Ue: rs. I' C. Allen and J. I'. IWcrs the schooner increasing her lead. Before acres:' it bein;! lot Xo. :;. and south halt THE SIMPLEST IS THE BEST.
II
of Geurgiana were hit own yesterday; reaching; the easttake: all the backer of the northeast quarter of section 3.).1

also le.'r:! :!'. F. A. White and Homer :- on the Frost Line flunked and the and lot Xo. :'J.: }trim: the southwest quarter -
of the northwest quarter of section
.\Ucn-r. White coming up to perfect Sr.u reporter who hall been trimming; M, both in town-hip ol south,, range :;<)

]iis final proof. jib sheets was forced to admit that the east.: This i is a very desirable piece ol I Ihammock. i

-Mr. W. C. C. Hranning started with schooner could deft "ritrht :,mlrt"and oil of rich quality suitable I
f for the raising of all fruits. Is
hi; family for Oak Hill, to stay :short then came the word from the Capt. to + : tropical '1I4
situated at the XarrowlIear Eno postoffice. -
F time, last Friday. He left hi*. son, square" away and give up the race. In '\ ll.cll: cheap for+ ca-h. For z/) _

George, in charge of his store during hip vain did our crew try to waive the Ruby l'artil'ularulllrl'O: I

ab=ence. back, but :she was so far away the signal i ]K.: M. LOW.Sept. TROY
:'J.; Brockton. )Ia*.*.
-'The hook were not noticed. On they went
registration are now open

at the office of the :supervisor of registration i and finished the course, completing the A. M. Hamilton & Co., I .

Mr. S. F. Gray, and all those who run in a little O\'crm hour. After all WIND MILL

should lose hand got ashore it was decided that TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA, I
arc not registered: properly

no time in doing so, while the race waan exciting one the Whole-all1 Dealers in

wind was not :sufficient to show the able Hasletpiwesan.runW&f'follffityffl+ t''
Among the parties who participatedin t '
qualities of either of the yacht The Indian River Oysters ea.siiT than any mill I
an afternoon pail last Friday. on the Wllill
tars on the Ruby did not guy the Fro..tLiners i
schooner Ruby Dye, were the three !
over their disastrous defeat andit !
brides of Titusville, viz. : Mrs. Gruber, KJSI-I: } lr
i is hoped that if we have a cyclone
)[r-. Town and )[rol. Eddey.Mr. .
within the next month that these two Green Turtle and Game. Fr ;

Stewart, of Daytona, who recently I
favorite yachts will again tet their sailing .. q J
All orderwill receive anti careful attention Lc i fc W -* **
married board prompt I I *? A4V X *
>
the yacht
on
was qualities together. I whether lIy telegraph, II
Corrinne. at Titusville, and spent his letter or lwr-lIll. 17 I
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honeymoon on Indian River, left, on -- iiUs Derricks' Pumps Tanks
1'iililic S Iealiin-:: INDIAN ilVERART GALLERY I I
Sunday, for Melbourne} where we hear I fj ,| ,]
The will be
appointments given below I
lie intend
opening a drugstore. filled by assignments: from the followinglist I i and Pip.rnrk put in cuinjdet'and} warranted. I'ijnand !tittinj- 1)1J '

-Mr. Davis, of Palatka, who hail been of speakers and other distinguished: PICKEXS TTKXEK short untie(. I'unip 111' all kinds furnished and repaired. I'
I
acting as purser on the !steamer Rock- Democratic orators: Hon Wilkinson Photographer, Call on or allure JOT-IX" !I E"VI'j3i! : S, 4 I

ledge; ha been compelled to relinquish' Call, Samuel Pasco, R. ".. D.iviT.. M.Shackleford Is now prepared to do anything in the 12 Box 208, TtTUSVILLE, FLA._

the position through ill-health, and -started Frank Clark, J. H. McKin- Picture line. I

north Tuesday morning. Mr. Wat-on: ne, R. S. Saul-bery. E. M. Graham C. Views on East C'oa-t and Indian Rivera

of Jacksonville, ha taken his place. M. Cooper, and P./\\.. White.APPOINTMENTS. Specialty. I j! BOBBINS & GRAHAM, I

-l y order of the Board of Health : Has the only Authorized PIlOTIJGI\1'II'', .- ..

and the Chairman of the County Com- Lake Worth, Aug. IS, noon. or PRESIDENT: CLEVELAND: PARTY ,j -'--

misi i,'ners a strict quarantine has been nocklCll l". Au_. 22, noon. that travels.has Orders ever been by mail made receive during prompt: their j,; REAL ESTATE BROKERS & LOAN AGENTS

placed on all the routes l leading into Titu-ville, Aug. 24, night. attention. 4J-lnlo.; i,

IJrevard county,. viz. : on the railroad at Orange City, Aug. 27, night. -->- ....... .

Minis, at the Haulovcr and down the New myrl1a. Aug. 21!I, noon. Indian River i
Bakery LANDS BOUGHT AND SOLD. I
river. Daytona, Aug 31, noon. I I

------------ i cent.Choice .
-Mr. John Myers, who has been quite Wa-hinstoii Avenue !i. Loans Negotiated on First Class Security at from 12 to 24 per
Lecture on Kirris, Etc.. at the TITUSVILLE FLORIDA.
!:ick suffering from neuralgia of the Titus House. Fresh Bread Cakes and Confectionery I I lots in rapidly ;growing; Townwill net ime-t; -r- lttt( I I'r'

stomach, started for Ohio on Tuesday cent. in twelve month
after Prof. Hoxie,by kind permission of Mr:*. Constantly on Landil'.OSTON I
for which
morning recuperation, Residence lots in Titiisvilhfrom JjliU to 81000.Business > .
Singleton, a interesting lecture i FKKNTII, GRAHAM; AND I i up
gave very .
he will return to Indian River. His i j lot from 2U: tit i"Oo: <
Ion birds: in the of the Titus : MILK UREAll MADE I Ii '
etc., parlor
brother will take charge of the windmilland
i i TO OKDKK: !
baincswhile he i is House, on Tuesday evening, before a ; .. Agents for Florida Southern Railway Lands.
pump :! away. 1 ImiDail-. }'i' n > etc rater.t,1 for with est-rT :I II
very fair and :\appreciate audience. care: and attention. tlltrre'a Non-Intoxicatinj i I
Every person who is now a :ubcriber I j The I', Health liiiu-j lierate, i Lt;!. per Lvtth i
I lecturer, on being introduced by
to the :TAI, or who subscribes' for six i ;i Special Prices for Hotels, Restaurants,Etc. More than ;..Ulo.OUonl'O< > : <.f Choin-. Landoll1c.atell in n ..ul\I X'r; >
W. Graham entered I .
Dr S. at iw
: once
months or longer within the next sixty 1 upon I ( .\I TnCE, Proprietor. I county in the 1 State suitable 1 for F. arm In;:. Cira/injr.;: Krnitandirtta l II
, his subject by explaining that the object 1------- Urowing-Pit1t 1 Atn- :a1upwards. -
j Cypreoand Cedar Timber price i per I
* Jays, and does<< not reside in the State of : I
of his vi-it to this :section! of Florida wa-: .
Florida, will receive the bet map of i GRAND VIEW HOTEL f:
i for the purpose of collecting small birds
I P. O. Box 250 Titu>ville. Florida.A. .
Florida ever published, fret, by sendingto
and animal. The )larger species and '
John A. McDonald, 141 East 10thI.; ., I I : TITUSVILLE, FLA.
| tho-e which are recognized by sportsn1l'TIb GRAHAM.
New York.Ir. i -0- A. STEWART, GEO. M. BOBBINS, WALTER S. :
| : game are sutliciently well known. |; The most l locate Hotel in 31' 1)
-) J. A. Durst returned on Monday i Some of these small and comparatiselyohcure t centrally {) City :, Clerk Circuit Court. Ally at Lav.

evening from Crescent City, bat species may, as the agricultural I -0-
:
Enor E. FIRST-CLAs INEVEUY COMPANY
without that expectant bride which j resources of this region become more do I i RESPECT. BREVARD ABSTRACT OF TITLE

everyone anticipated seeing when he gotoff I veloped, find an abundant food supply 1 Ilse'saris
Open( all the Year round. Table t nsurpaged. ('olnlletehs 1cts of Title iiirnislicil to all lands In
the train. He found that one of his furnished them by some staple crop, and I *
( Bath Rooms Free. '" rioritla.
,
i County
friends had perpetrated a huge juke on I J these grow to be a pest or even scourge..
i Hates. v>.:)O & sj.oo per D 1)I'EI.I. -.
him in the shape of a false alarm. The The Professor:! illustrated this point by a !1 RATES PER WEEK. Titles Examined and Perfected.

young ladies of our town can agaiu re- j sketch of history of the bobolink or

rice-bird. He suggested that possibly J. .:1. MILLER, Proprietor. i Box 25O, Titusville, Flo.hr .


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