The Florida star
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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 23, 1888
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note: Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note: Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071719
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System ID: UF00075901:00113
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Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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( en. Bullock the \omiiiee.OELANDO cus just held they felt that after seven Till CAMPAIGN OPKXS. pointed out. National issues were involved Election District-Fort Pierce.A < .

FLA., Aug. 17th, 1888. ty-eight solid ballots they ought to ORGANIZATION OF TIlE TITUSVILLE DEMOCRATIC questions which had remained primary meeting being called by

Dancy called the Democratic yield to the acknowledged majority, and CLUB-ADDRESSED BY unsettled for years, must be decided for the sub-committee to meet at the store at

Chairman District Convention to order at 10 he was, therefore, authorized to Withdraw MESSRS MAIJRY AND TRIAY. the first time in a quarter of a ('entlIr-.1 two p. in., Aug. 13th, for the purpose of
Mr. Hartridge's and ask that Sectional i issues would be buried
o'clock this morning. Mr. Irving, the name, On last Friday evening Lieutenant electing delegates to the county convention -
General Bullock be declared the nomineeby two great parties meet on their merits. '
this meeting was called to order bythe
chairman of Committee on Credentials, Gov. Mabry and E. J. Triay, Esq., members -
acclamation.This He did not fear the result.
Chairman of the sub-committee and
an absence of half an hour, of the Democratic State Executive ,
after as follows: renewed the applause, and the I Committee arrived in Titusville for the The Democracy presented to the countrya on motion of T. J. Do teub'nIr..

reported flrevard County-Entitled to three motion was carried by a rising vote purpose of urging the perfection of an I ; their standard bearer in the present I Alex. Bell was elected chairman and W.W. .
amid the waiving of hats and of banners.A campaign a man who if ever commanded -
anyone Reedier of the
represented by J. D. Beggs, ..\. M. organization for effective campaign work. secretary meeting.
vote, committee of five the of not only his own
was appointed to escort respect The
and 1,. C. Masscy."ttaker With the cooperation of M. S. Jones, Esq., following resolutions were adopted
liver, the nominee to the platform. Gen. I party, but the whole people, it was Grover :
County-three votes, represented and several other leading citizens, ar-
..\. W. Owens. Bullock gracefully thanked the convention I rangements were made for holding a Cleveland. One whose conspicuous patriotism Whereas it is the wish of this meeting to
by for the honor bestowed and aud undaunted had never '
courage instruct our delegates as to th wish of tho
Columbia Cdunty-Three votes;:, represented meeting at the court house on Saturday
pledged his best energies for the work in been surpassed by any of his illustrious 'I Democratic voters of this-district therefore -
by U. K. Paxton.Volusia evening and quite a large and respectable ;
hand. predecessors. The t first -
be it resolved
County Two votes, represented body assembled at the appointed hou r. our delegates do casttheir
Mr. R. L. Anderson chairman of the of our party in the presidential chair
votes for J. W. Ewan for ntornr13th
by J. 0. Clark. On motion of1.. S. Jones, Esq., the
committee on resolutions made a brief Dr. B. R. i for twenty-five years he had gone on un- Senatorial District, and for W. S.
Suwannee County-One vote, represented meeting organized by calling f
but ; daunted and despite the organized effort
vigorous report. Norwood for Brevard
stated County only.
by 0. K. Paxton. Wilson! to the chair-who briefly
The committee appointed to name of a hostile senate whose aim was to thwart And it
as appearthat our schools
Nassau Count-Xine votes, represented the object of the assemblage. On motionDr.
Congressional Executive Committee reported and embarrass his administration, his have been
J. Thompson.. W. S. Graham was placed in the position greatly neglected by the pre
in favor of permitting General record was one to be proud of. His par- 5'ntchool
Alachua County-N. C. Petit, J. J. of secretary pro-tern. It was then I Superintendent, and are now-
Bullock and Welbourne ty had rendered the verdict of approvalby
Judge to forced
name the School District
upon Trusteenot -"
that the club ,
Thompson, E. C. F. Sanchez, suggested by the chairman ,
that committee hereafter. the unparalleled spectacle of a nomination in
Bradford County-II. F. York, L. select a name-and it was moved and carried compliance with the law nor tho
Loud calls were then made for various by acclamation for a second term. wish of the
I patron, therefore we do instruct -
Witsoski, J. II. Moore, Geo. E. Pace. that the organization be known as:
speakers, and great hilarity and good A fitting reward for his meritorious :. our Clay County-S. F. Handford, H. B. the Titvmllc/ DemwratlClub.. The
cheer until the convention adjourned and noble record. (Applause.) ,nth.
prevailed nomination of .\.
Hudson, L. ,,'. Kickleiter. chairman then requested those desiring Brady, aGrange, j
fine die, after the usual resolutions one effort he had lifted the countryout for Superintendent of Education.
uval-\ W. Owens. to become members: announce their
of thanks to the Orlando people, of the mire of sectional issue On motion of T.
the and the follow- J. De Steuben,
Hamilton-O. K. Patton, T. A. Jennings names secretary,
S. S. Sharp.I | the press: the officers and others. ing were f'nrollel1.linor S. gone, Esq., and put boldly and frankly the questionof Alex. A. Stewart and S. H. Ray l e hereby -
Revenue and Reduction of the
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I I). L. Gauldcn ..\. .\. Stewart: E. recommended to retain their respective -
I..1kc-J. I). Mathcson, ,\ G. Wright, | The II'oxllit'sHon.. Esq., lie has launched this question so well
J. Hooks D. II. 1;. Wager, Walter S. Graham, S. II. offices.
E n.! Ilehrer'F. Yancey, Editor Florida Star: that the red flag and bloody shirt had
F. S. Woodward W. L. Ray N. C. Bryan. B. R. Wilson, L. J. On motion of J. S. Bell, Minor S.
Paul: Bullock, Sir.,-In your issue of Aug. Hilh; we peen furled and folded forever,
II. K. Smith. H. Vinson, I). M. Bryan, T. L. 11 ud- Jones and J. E. Bowman be hereby recommended ;
Halsey, B. G. Abcrncthy, noticed the !statement of "Vox" in regard the dead had been buried, and a living
Madison-II. Patterson, .T. L. Ingliss. to proxies in conventions. In nail, J. F. Mitchell, C 1a-. E. King, issue presented. This new issue was so to retain their respectiveoffices.

Marion-J. O. Clark, F. L. Robertson, answer to this we respectfully: beg leaveto 11'. R. Knox, G. H. Altree, J. F. Lewis, invincible that the only our -
T. W Smith: S. J. Norton, W. R. Edwards weapon opponent On motion of the joint subcommittee
W. K. McDonald, C.Vhite., 11. L. state that, under the circumstance-, could use in combat was misrep
: I:. of our district, John F. Bell was
L.11. Rice O. F. LlI1l'Y1. recommended -
CJ. X. Morehead ,
Anderson, Sansy, some of our out-of-the-way places arc to resentation. It was claimed that the
J. II. Howard, J. L. Miller, D. H. Irvine, be recognized by proxy if those proxies English, R. S. Smith, J. P. Blake, ,Yo Democracy wish to revive free trade, to the Democratic Conventionto
H./Webb, E. H. Purdy, P. M. Fisher, a candidate for county surveyor,
I 8. D. Hodge, Alexander Holly. are in the hands of delegates that will this is not more true than that the Republican -
J. Whitner J. II. King E. S. Hamilton, B. K. Walker, G. P. and we respectfully ask! the aid of all
Orange- uc the same according to instruction, party desired protection for
A. Wise, C. E. Smith, W. B. Randolph, and should IK recognized as fully as if I Hark -ll\I(', L. F. Rice, S. E Rice, .John robbery. If Democracy desires free such delegates and districts that believein

11. G.} llobhison: Eo1.. Hammond. that vote were cast by a regular delegate, Quincv. trade then our Republican friends: ,Ie- i equal representation: in county mat-

Core; E. I). Holinnn, O. P. Preston, S. S, for under the ruling of any political After the enrollment of the above protection for robbery taxation. Our i ters.On motion this !
with the
Watcrhoiise, 'Vomlroof, n. R. Newell. party proxies are recognized, for that names, on motion of D. L. Gauldcn, Esq., only desire is to dispense with the robbery concurrenceof the other precinct, in this

IKceola -T. A. Has: R. B. Parker, R. very reason that one political district the club adjourned, to meet on Wednesday and retain that which is a just meas :">th County Commissioners precincts District in

M. :Shafer, A. S. Campbell, J. M. Ryan. cannot rule in the manner other districts the 2'2nd, inst. at S o'clock p. in. in I ure. We insist that taxes shall not be the nomination of candidate for ,

umtcr-J. E. Barwick, W. II. Hare, !shall be represented, and cast their vote the court house, for the purpose of effecting : reduced on whisky and tobacco (nonessentials commissioner in a accordance with county the

t J. It 1). Wall.Volusia in convention.Now permanent or :U1ization. i
a ) but that the surplus shall be reduced platform of the Democratic of

" -R. S. Sheldon, J. M. Samuels, taking a legal point on the proxy i iI E. J. Triay, Esq., of Jacksonville, was by a reduction of revenue on necessities Florida, governing the appointment party of

If. E. Ostccn. I question, we beg leave to say thatl'' then introduced by the chairman, and of life. What representativeof such commissioners: by a Democratic

r, Rts ["f fl, that the convention now proceed proxy i is nothing more than a power of made a few brief, but pointed remarks. I the Democracy had advocated by penor governor ; we, therefore, nominate J.

to the nomination of a candidatefor attorney. Why don't courts of law rulea He stated that the primary object, of the tongue absolutely free trade ? You are McMillan, of Fort Pierce, for

congress, and that the vote lie taken 1'Kwer of attorney as illegal ? For the members of the Executive Committeein told that the tariff should be retained on commissioner county
by a roll-call of the counties and that very reason they have not the power ; visiting the different portions of oranges. What portion of the Mills Bill and ask: the and District,
concurrence of
and that two-tlirds of the votes present i and there is no power to rule out any the State, was to urge the necessityand provides that it shall not be retained? if the Democrats of aid before-mentioned support

be required to make a nomination.Mr. district in a convention, but should it be great benefit to be derived from or- there were a clause to that effect I could district.

E. Hammond of Orange, nominated J. De Steul>en and '\ \\ .
John E. partridge Esq., of Duval ina the ballot-bnx for the nominations of that had arisen during the past few weeks You are told that the Mills Bill is a dangerous Beecher being elected <
forcible speech.When such over-ruling convention, and it very I had rendered it necessary for himself and measure that it will lead to other County Convention, we, the Democrat
Sumter was reached James E. likely would be more dangerous than Go.ernorIabr to certain in the
) to assume a more serious changes Protective of this district recommend
i a reorganization -
Harwick rose to introduce the hero of the duties of the speakers will it be time
good.Now extent campaign policy, and not of the Democratic party in Brevard
the late St. Augustine convention-the Mr. Editor, your writer will ex- who had been appointed for a differ- enough when those dangerous measuresare county, for at the present it is rather

hero not of victory, but of defeat; for plrin the good of a proxy in a certaincase ent class of work. The speaker urgedhis advocated to protest against and doubtful if there is any organizational

though defeated, he was preeminently which happened two ago. A and to afliliate then referredto
years hearers to organize, reject them? The speaker all, and we arc of the opinion that much
" successful in the grandeur of manhood. delegate was sent from the Narrows to I with the National Organization, and stated the State issues. The past record of good may be the result.

I If that same St. Augustine conventionwere the convention at Titusville, but owing i that the National body would furnish our opponents was not one to be proud of. ALEXANDER BELL, Chairman.

here now it would nominate him to to an old wound he received while in through their secretary an abundance The party had become so corrupt a few W. W. UcnciiKR. Sec. ])em. Club

Congress with one voice. Gen. Bullock the Confederate army, he was taken with of campaign literature, which years back, and the stench so great that I

possessed; all the ,'irtur's of honesty, fidelity lead poisoning; he turned over his cre- would be very effective when distributed in the filthy mass had been buried away. I L

and capacity. His sterling character dentials to a friend of his, and who en- the hands of the Independent voters and We are told that this was not the Republican -' Correspondence.MIAMI .

had grown in strength, with the passing tered the convention with the same. embryo Democrats. He warned the club party of to-day, and that we should DADE COUNTY, FLA.,

years till it reached the climax atSt. Now had this proxy been ruled out by against the the danger of feeling secure. not draw comparison with the recon- Aug. 13th, 183?.

Augustine. The speaker dwelt on the Democratic party in convention assembled Our opponents were organizing in a pow struction period, they themselves repu- Editor of the Florvl'i Star:

C;en. Bullock's great personal magnetism.It would have ruled that those erful manner. Committees should be diate the old record, yet this is the only SIR,-Below we send a copy of a resolution -
inspires his soldier> in war as it inspired 24 voters represented by had no I of I
proxy appointed for various purposes particularly record we have to compare. speak passed by the Board of County

Democracy in peace, with the no- right to support the nominees of that I with a view of seeing that registration the party only, not of their candidates, it Commissioners of Dade County con-

L ble heroism of human kindness. convention by their action. We, there- was not neglected, and a census of is hoped that this campaign will not be demning the action of one Richard B. !

Here Mr. A. ,,'. Owens received instructions fore, have to believe that one district the Democratic vote should be carefully I one of personal abuse, the candidates put Potter, who, it appears, was attempting :

to cast ten votes" for Hartridge has no right to dictate over another dis- made. Organization was of greater forth by our opponents, may be men of to commit a fraud upon the suffrages of ;

from Putnam, and Mr. J, O. Clark, of trict, no matter how or by whom the cessity in this campaign than ever nc-I honor, and I shall not utter a word the people of Dade. Said Potter was a .

Marion cast two for Bullock, from Put out-of-thoway precincts are to be repre The Republican party were raising new I Ii. against them, save one, I refer to Dennis carpet-bagger and clerk of the Court here I

nam. sented. The only remedy we have in such !: issues, carpet-bagism i had been repudiated -, Eagan who was a part of the old mass, in the darke-t days of Republican misrule :

There l being only two candidates named cases is to hold proxies to the power of j and a great effort would lx made to and i is still retained a kind of "missinglink. and rascality. As he and his Republican i

the first ballot resulted us follows: I such, and deny any delegate holding : capture the Independent, it was the ." friends of Lake Worth seem to ;

FOR uri.LocK. proxies to refuse him the right of a de- duty of every true Democrat to
Alachua HI; Bradford 10; Clay 5; Columbia bate and the floor, according to parliamentary utmost at the coming election, to bringout i is degrading to both parties, the battle desire to have the resolution published. '

3; Hamilton t I; Lake 11la rules. a full vote, and encourage Independents should be fought on the principle of the Meeting of the Board of County

son, 10; Marion, 17; Putnam, 2!; i-1 At tlislate day such ruling is out of I who were ready to pull into the j party. Both sides are trying to capturethe I I Commissioner: at Miami, Florida, Jan. .

Johns, ti>; Sumter, 0 ; Smvannee, land; place. It should be the duty of the I ranks. The speaker concluded by say : In el'enlent'ote.. This side i is never Sth, 1879! a resolution censuring Rich r

Volu>ia7; Total 100. executive committee of the Democratic !i i ing that if the present unsettled condii !:!, woo by personal abuse. We should ard B. Potter,clerk of the Court for Dado ;

FOr. HARTRinOK. party to give rules: as to how proxiesshall i i tion of transportation should prevent welcome those liberal minds who have County, ordered spread; upon the record t
be admitted in !! i made new homes us, and are
or are to conven- further speeches being among
Hater 3 Hrevard Dade 1 Duval ; campaign Chairman Brickell.
; 3; ; I; any 'adopting themselves to their surrounding presented by t
:S>>0; Madison. 3; Nassau, 9) ; Orange, 16; tion. .' made that he hoped Prevard would not -. Men who know nothing of carpet- "Resolved by the Board of County

tkcllla, 5; Putnam 10 ; Volusia, 2.! Total I DEMOCRAT. | fail to do her duty in 1SSS, a*. she'had bagism, our opponents are aiming to cap- Commissioner: of Dade County, that
7iMieu; i I South Brevard, Aug. 18th. |j in the pat.Lieutenant. ture such as men those: voters whose principles the conduct of Richard B. Potter in
have not become firmly I fixed and
: Governor Mabry on being the official blanks for
the convention met after .Ollllt- placing
supper List of ( Delegate; allied with the DemocratThese men
Mr. .\ W. Owens read the follow- I L.'lGrange-T. Johnson, A. J. Carter, j Ii introduced by the chairman proceeded need not l t.e ashamed of their new surroundings I the election at Precinct No. 3 in ));If.C'

ing telegram : to refer to the dangers of the coming ,. or political comparison, the elements County, at the election] held in No. 3, in :
B. '
"JACKSONVILLE 17th If Gen. 1.\. Brady, j campaign especially to that bane of of our party in Florida are not of' the hands of an irresponsible party instead '
; Aug. I Titusville-R. Morrow, B. H."iI.on, an inferior standard.
"ulloek has a majority and continues to i F. H. Boye, E. B. Wager, and M. S. .j I' so many counties shown by pat ex- i The State ticket, the speaker said, was : of the Sheriff as required by lawis j t
maintain it, cast the vote of the Duval Jones. i periencethe lnirf r fjiolticfilprfermenf, : one we are not to be ashamed of, but was an act of responsibility in office de-

delegation; for him, and give him my \lerrit-\I.:5. Saws John Miot.RockledgeT. \ and hoped that Brevard would not be injured : a pride to each true Democrat. The !servin' ce11!>ure. Signed.<< Richard: P. sPotter
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by its influence and that when the | nominees were men in whom the utmostconfidence clerk."
greetings; and my best wishes.J. K. Dixon, A. W. Har- GovernorMabry ,
I I 1 could be placed. I.
convention had !spoken that all would Jr.iX.\ST: PoruLi.
l dee, J. F. Woolen, C. Magruder, and then concluded with an earnest ,
of the !
i* was received with the wildestdettoLstrations | D. S. Bryan. I j remember that the Democracy appeal l for careful and effective organization Georriaua i'1.inru.)".
of applause and cheers Fort Pierce-W. W. Beecher, T. J. I State was at stake and that our leaders i and predicted a full measure of success t
for -Mr. Hartridge. I DeSteuben.Melbourne. i j would not allow any atllictious in the as a result. C"I1\-enetl\londay, the 2uth, with P.H.I

Mr. Whitner of said that his I -D. W. McQuaig. I way of a :sore-head to become chronic, but i Minor S. Jones, Esq.: then moved that Wittfiel ,chairman, and Jas. II. Owens,
Orange, 1
their entire confi-
1 I Haulover-E. C. Sunimerliu, W. H. would be buried meeting express secretary. Chas. B. MagruJer, was elected -
dClegation that feeling -
had hoped petty
.stood for Mr. Hartridge, Fairbanks. dence, in the State Exectutive -
believing that he would be an ornament 1)1.Canaveral-G. M. Quarterman. I in the general good. The great im- which was carried, and on motion delegate to the County Convention

and an honor to the State, but iu a cau- I Georgiana-Chas., Magruder. iportauce of the present campaign was the meeting adjourned. with S. R. Tuten as alternate.'l'BE .



Temp, ::ae1pVVan.:: ec1.. COOPERAGESyrup
TM1UBIE: LOSS OF LIFE N. Petersen, Kusten Levenson and one Niods i
C. Starch, I'I'olrictor.Manufacturer .
Hansen, Anna Thomsen, Louisa Andersen, I :Barrels $2.25.

Jens Hansen, Peter Hansen, Anna Wecker: I' A respectable! COLORED WOMAN of fine Havana and Domestic Gauged to order. till
ONE HUNDRED AND NINETEEN: PEOPLE and child, Caroline Christensen and two cents l' t.L ,,
WANTED to Cook, Wash and Irons Cigars. Trade supplied with fine ..
children Ole Christoffersen Elizabeth Berg
DROWNED. Wheelwrighting and
and child, C. Brooth, O. H. Lie, Mrs. Jonsen Family small. For particulars address hand madegood-: Orders promptly filled.} Repairing.

and infant, Mrs. James Andersen, Andrew Factory at Malabar. Fla. 2S c. o. B.

A Collision Off Sable Island Between the Sodesholm, Mrs. John Jonsen and infant, | G. Loutrel! Lucas Eden. Fla.! fI'"
Honey barrels ami
ThingvalU and the Gf'iser-The Latter : Carl Junerberg and wife J. Bockland, I. E. '! 1';.It. Watr ttrvaL-r.
Budded Trees For Sale from i-j.no trr
Vessel Sinks Within Fire Minutes-Full 1 Stromberg, Bertha Kosterop and child, 5,000 : up. it
Christina Kundsen and Christian Christiansen. '
Account nf the Accident. I At Low Price,. I I Tanks ->
Geo. B. Rumph.
:NEW YORK, Aug. IT.-A collision between ,i Of these Anders Anderson, Carl Johansen, ( 6OOOO in Nursery.Apply and all kind- or 4 '' 'oL-tai WOUK to Dater :.

the Thingvalla and Geiser occurred off Sable I :Maria Jose son and child, Amanda Anderson -| I JGENTS' 1''rI.aurange ;

island. The Thm valla's passengers, 455 in I and Paul Junerborg engaged passage ( A FULL LINK OF to"y.. II. MIAKPE, 'I'.JOllX': n\,

from New York S')ren Gabrielson from ,. I." ,:rrr
number, were transferred", to the Wieland as ; GOODS. City Point, Fla. ,onq,1.
Brooklyn; A. J. G. Lind and Ida Malmgram ; FURNISHING __ ___ 'ftJIt.
and brought here with the fourteen passengers j
and chili from Worcester Mass. The others Opened for the Season.t
and seventeen of the crew of the Geiser.
are booked from St. Paul!, Hi.ca'o and j S. ,
All the others on the Geiser, seventy-two other western effloes of the Hne. The panic j I t-'A:: man who i. im n-tc.! in lli- II" .. f
passengers and the crew of thirty-three were ; aboard the Thingvalla when the shock occurred -j welfare wili U- I'i"t-I U' kU,.\\ :L. s
Watch Maker and Jeweller.
drowned. The Thingvalla is trying to reach i t &
tl i rt
wa almost as great as that on e 1\
Halifax. The exact extent of her injuries is I Geiser, but as it was soon apparent that | Shop at John M. DixonV Drug Store, Titnsvillr. Fla i :I

'1 unknown. The Thingvalla left Stettin July I there was no danger of the vWsel sinking; ALL WORK WAUKAXTKli. I I tint- o\-o- to 1 K- f"ul' .:, :;

C, and Copenhagen August, for New York. I immediately, the officers succeeded in calming tc I
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the excited people. Capt. Laub's crew :; TItIl"Uh'.
She is commanded by Capt. Laub. She i1.S41 IiIP
were under excellent A few
tons register. The Geisar was of Ib71tons. : discipline. I NA1JM.\.NS .1N1'sERCEUINsTY'LF:14s-tLITI'ATI: : :,,.*.
moments later however, when it was learned : j
I )ea
that water was pouring in at the forward ; -o -
The coliUion or-currel about 4 o'clock NEWSPAPER SUBSCRIPTION AGENCYTIII
bulkhead, the passengers; again became excited > Plain an.llLn.y Cake made to orderAKo J :;

Tuesday morning. First Mate Henry Brown and crowded around the boats The : LT/ : IIO\IIK .\(,; I::\{." :" z1'r...f "',r":01 I /1 Ir'q.l.
had been in charge, the captain having retired cries of the struggling people from the i, I .s

at 11 p.m., the night being; perfectly Geiser added to the excitement. The officers For term and simple' copies address :t tirstchisllarWr :-h-.p) atta..l h.-.1 1 .1

' clear ant no danger apprehended. retained their composure and forced the MraN at all !lu>':r-: iro"i '. ;1.11.. t.> n l' 111, J : '
About 4 o'clock Capt. Moller was awakenedby people back from the vessels side. CHA H. NAUMAN. rurtie.s U>".irTi : tll It'a:1 luoiiunir !ai. l A
l I boat tea haikil' Alt l a',' m>ti- this. s
a call from the chief officer on the bridge; Capt. Laub ordered the cargo removed Haulover I*. O., Krevard county, Fla. ..
of collii ion. from the forehold. This caused the forward .
who slid there was danger a A -- -- ---
moment latter there was shrill blowing of part of the ship to rise so that the hole in jeVJS: :! THE SLOOP AGNES :
the bow of Toe vessel' LLARS
whistle, which awakened the passengers; was out the water. &

I but before they could ge; on deck or seize a .. was then safe;; for the time being, and the : I Commanded l>yCAITAIX 1 '
life preserver there was a terribly shock and I l I fears rf the passengers were calmed. The DEL10NICO HOTEL JOHN Mci.EAX ax

the vessel's side was crushed in. Some of I work of rescuing the Gei:'er's people had already -': I II I Makes regular trips on Indian Kivn. ;.

the water-tight compartments were broken been begun and was pressed with SHE CAKRIKh A ."''1.1. TI'LY OFGroceriesIDiy
I i iI
into, and the ship began at once to sink. I vigor. Every man of the crew that could : nonl:nT !U'I!'T.S COCOA, INDIAN RIVER, FLA, i I I ;

Those on boar were thrown into confusionand be spared was engaged in working; with the CiooclsCan tl1

panic. A rush was made for the boats. I "small, boats, and the search was kept up until ; Fresli Oarden SeedsSold Newly Furnished Rooms, goal: Table I n I'd <;uu(h. 'tI

Capt. Moller had rushed to the bridge, : there was no possibility that any one re !! I
:: at Philadelphia Retail Prices. Will \f,
clotbe-i only in his night dress. He says he mained afl,fat and unaided. They cruised Terms 82 per Day. Hats, Boots nnd Shoes,
make order and
I special price to ..
beanl two whistles, meaning that his eteamer around until daylight The Thingvalla : .
after parties wanting seeds Special rates l>y the week or month. Ladle. Shoes: in great variety : Prints: :'
taking aboard the rescued
would keep on her course. He recognized; thirty-five ;
new patterns at low prices.
in bulk.
the Thsiuvalla approaching; amidships on II' persons: had over five hundred passengers ,I I 0Rayniauo
>\ -'I. JAItVIS,
the starboard side. The Geiser's engine beside a crew of over sixty men. She was Geo. B. Rumph. 1'rop'r. ClotMni Toilet Articles

were reversed: and she was backing water. badly disabled, and when, after five hours ,; The Xtfifot House Stotittlsxtt ft ].flml llY. 'I ;

The same was being done by the Thing- slow and careful sailing, the Weiland was |: W! Titusville, Fla.XOTICK. \OTIO.\S.: :

valla, but l oth bteamers were' under too I 1 sighted arrangements were quickly made by ____ .h .__ ________ }?For the cast duly ;
heavy a headway to avert the catastrophe.Capt. which every one except officers and crew WM. H. SHARPE I Match )."), -to t'.in.

Moller continues: "The passengershad were transferred to the latter steamship. : .. I --- II

not been awakened and were scramblingover Capt. Laub and his crew* refused to abau- Tu l'1l n'liOiit It C. II. ('()TT.
?brI itnirii'ii:
each other in wild confusion in an effort | don the Tningvalla, though the could only : REAL ESTATE AGENT t\ ..TtIS
to reach the upper decks. They forgot; the make two knots an hour. She was l.>j miles Whereas at a ale: of lands beloMirim; 11

1 first rule on board ship in case of accident to from Halifax when the Wieland left her to the estates of Mary Annie ( 'lay. Fannie \\IL\IU.nHt-SSIXH: ( SALOON.) )
seize life preservers. I called to them to do Should a storm arise before she reaches a Louisa Gray and Ella Louisa Gray FOR I _

FO, but they paid no heed. I gave orders to port the men will have to take to the life +I i respectively, infantmade in 1'1t1'5-n:11lC'-l': f If you want a clean and tisy sMvf",

man the boats,and the small boat astern was boats. At her rate of traveling; she cannot of an order of the Honorable John D. II .AS clean barber} t-vtrgavr,

lowered but the settling of the steamer aft reach New York before Friday, and with BroolllP. judge of the 7th Judicial Circuit CITY POINT.Lands Just tall on me :at toy -d'H'n, 1

this moment sank the bo it. rough weather would be detain till Mon of Florida. I purchased the following At morning; t'Uf, .ifterniN.

"In less than two minutes from the timeI day or Tuesday. Her agents, Messrs. Funch : IHltl:5. to-\\it : :-old on long time with interest, or I I'll cut and comb hair with
reached the hrid e we were struck, and and Edye, express e-'ntiience tuat she will The east halt of the i.orth-eat quarter for cn.-li.. yi.r.r grads-
on leaseystetn, or To sr.it the of face
within the same length of time thereafterthe reach hre safely. The Wieland had an uneventful of the north-\\e-t quarter. and the north- j I contour your ;

vessel was partly under water. I had ; voyage after leaving the Thing; wot quarter of the north-e-i.st: quarter of I To you I'll !:ive a SUHH! shamjMN>t

hardly given orders to man the life and : valla, and she safely landed her large load I, section 1;. totyuship '1. south of range Lands cleared] and planted l, and cared for ; The art of which ii is known to few.

small boats when I MTIS swept from the I of passengers at her dock in Hobokin. The ., .'):"J eat. Al-o I two acre*. more or less if desired ; by contract or otherwise. Myci::.;<>r'- !'oh:>fl' my rtZl.r' keen

brid;e. Toe panic-stricken passengers madea I, rescued people were mostly brought to the in the south-westgtlttter of said section, My -hop i i.- a ways neat an l (,1.-;,",

jump for the few boats that were launched, Hotel Denmark 37 Greenwich street, this touiishm.. and rangy : and also ::1-.: acre*. Refer to E. M. I5ree>e, Detroit, Mich.; I And everything; I'uturc you'll flail,

and the boats were immediately C:1psizel city. more or le-s, in theouth-ea: >t quarter of I Jno. C. Norwood, Titinville, Fla.; P ,r.1 To suit the ta-te and piease i the rain-

As soon as I came to the surface I began to A CANADIAN STORMSrrerps the uorth-\":{ *t quarter of -: :till section. antI.I. :stra-Tazewell: Court House, : And now to all \\h, |>atr"nizi' intend
swim I sew nothing in the darkness but the :, towtl-hip and being of the I i
r:1l1p. part and A. Pecker, Montreal, Canada. for ] Ju-t come :ili! 'ny anil hri n": .your frien'-!
ina.-ts <>f the ship, but I heard the awful < Over Eastern Ontario-A >im<.1>er estate.of the said infant respectively i And I 1 will
I whom I have madeImportant groves. a liren try1Iy
fries of tho>e who were struggling in the of Live Lost.:! for the sum of live handled dollar- I \erv }ln-t tl' -ati-tv.: m.ivHOFFMAN'S 7

water or Milking; to death. I suppose I bad i MO.NTKKAL, Aug.; O.-A thunder storm Take notice that I will apply to the .1 I /
been in the water five minutes when I came that ; Honorable John P. IJruome. ju-ljre! of
passel over eastern and the to All !
near a row boat from the Thingvalla and I 1 whole ot i-i "-'<". Thursday night de.troywihundreds : :-aid Court, on Monday. the 3rd day of I i The Stra' berry
was picked up. The of lc ers of the crew of : Septciuber..l. D 1S'ss\ it 11 o'clock
ui ii' tlss and baru- Horses and For the sontb.Unequalled .
the Thingvalla did everything that human i. cattle by the hundred have been killed and a. m.. for an order confirming said -ale. .
beings could do b) save the lives of those who I! ; and all hereby admoni-hed Most rrodncm. !.ir/ -1
many people arts li*tAt personare The mo-t important crop in South : SEEDLING ;
went" down with the Geisar. a small village called ::>t. Louis de Gon- to !show eau..,.. if any they have why the 1,.-t qiul.t and
Other accounts corroborate the captain's! : rague Capt. Louis Sauce, his wife and son paid :sale !should not b; confirmed. Florida i is the Orantre crop, and everyone ,
statement as to the panic of the I II I for Market.
passengers late'l..lagustAtli.1.. D.1SSS.
were killed instantly. A laborer
name unknown -liould endeavor to secure a ood'arictj' :
and the swamping of the boats. The pas.-n- |! on the Sauce farm was also killed :;EW.UH F. UIAY. I otter strong plaLt<, in larn _Lil -m-11 111.llt.

gers were mostly farmers from the northwest, j i by a bolt that struck the barn half an hour Guardian of said Infants. \ of orange in planting grove ties., at rea"nnabb, Arlo..ATL1V ..+..

who accumulated had by years of industry and and economy I 1 f'i. after the house' was struck. JONI:: 4S: WILLIAMS.Solicitor. : I i To'do thi-. and rot such fruit :.$ have j ( all the a competence were going
; At tit. Ignace George S. Lorimer was ; .- for said Guardian. 10 pUntfort: \ari tu.. ot lAt A 1U' t11.tht.E;
on a visit to their native land. Many were killed by a tree, which had been struck by taken premiums at many of our State ![ TICKI-: 1.1\lUS". I.DI::.. ttc.Addre .
especially attracted thither at this tim by i :
the at Those lightning falling upon him. :\OTICI.. Fair and the New Orleans Expo- j! r.IIM'0Li
great exposition Copenhagen.; : In St. Hyancinthe the son of the proprietor at .: ) J' l.J'TZ,

that were saved lost all their effects, and : of a small hotel was killed while closingthe ; T<> uV n'ftt'iii It tii'iy C"ncfi"it. ition, buy jour trees: from C 15 Ma- .iffiil.mil. Dmal ('uiiid L.ri.l.i..
all their their
even clothing except night window of his ;;mll.
room. 1! Take notice that on the 3rd day of :
wear. i A Son Kocklcitec Fla2ttl)
A from Chandiere Cruder: ,
report comes two ,ll'tS
Anders Wils, of Minneapolis, one of those ;, September A. D. I-?. at 11 of the clock I
saved, rays that being used to early rising he lumbermen were swept over the falls while in the forenoon. ne \\ill. as: administra- SANTA LUCIA :
they were crossing the river.
Lightning i
1 with the will annexed ot William
was awake when the crash came about 4 tor igcr Department.DeBARY .
struck their canoe and they were to !
o'clock. He heard the cries of the officers : Harlan Forwood. tleceased. apply to the

i and crew, and the orders for all to come on death in the raging river. : Honorable Minor S. Jones judge of theCounty & PEOPLE'S LINE Is located in that magniticcnt Tropical s

deck. He rushed up and tried to cut loose The hotel at Smith's Falls was set on fire ( ourt of I'revard county. Fla.. I Forest that lies between the Indian and t

one of the life boats but could not do so. and it is reported tnat the wife of the pro- for an order for sale of the following; St. Lucie Rivers: and is laid oft by :

The steamer sank with terrible rapidity. He I prietor died from fright. lands, being; part of the estate:: of thei I STEA Ea..S.: streets sixty feet wide, into three acre i

was taken down in the whirlpool. When he i From all over Quebec come reports: of i said William Harlan Forwood. deceased blocks and smaller lots which will b<- i
houses being set on fire and whole families f"- '.
came up be was under a overturned life boat. i, Ito.\\it : I{ sold reasonably to actual settlers. 'fhi
He swam around until he was picked up. (!, left destitute, and at a small place! called ; West h of n e i. e i of n w J. and s e i region is winterlessandfro-tless. and i- t
La Original, the parish church was struck :'. '}2. 3,1| 'r'I in the land of the cocoanut :pineapple-
Oler Jansen, of St. Paul :Minn., says that of section 2' township range : '
when he heard the ships crash together be i! by lightning.The 1 containing :'JilM 1-100 aer(':,. X e \. sec. where all the Tropical Fruit= flourish!
full of .
place was people at the time !
seized a life preserver and rushed on deck. 12. towl.ship oo s. range o9 e. containing I Address with stamp
He cut one of the Ge er'. boats loose, but it ,,10 p. m., praying for protection from the 1.10 4S-100 acres. Lots 7 :old s of sec. ;. I

stuck to the steamer until she sank. :,: storm.seriously A injured panic by ensued being, trampled and many were. town-hip *'.'{ -. range oO) c. containing S 1I \W. H. BARER WsKlai l Dad Co,

The life boat was then freed but turned upon.A ,, acre-: Lots 2 and l 3 of i'l'CtiOIl11. township City of Jacksonville I ,

over, but it reached the water. He got on RACE THAT IS A RACE. :34 s. lange 40. containing lid: CO-100 FI.OKIDA. 3-: ,
the upturned boat and was saved by the i i I acres.: Lots 1. J, 3 and 4. section 10. CAPTAIN "'. A. SHAW. i
boatswain crew from the Thingvalla. The I The City of New York and the t'mbria township:: :'J4. range10 e. containing t

most miraculous escape of all was that of Across the Atlantic. ': :310 1 -100 acreLot 1. section 11. township Daily from Jacksonville except Saturday. : THE MUSIC HOUSE OF FLOPJDA.

the second mate,. :Mr. Jorgensen. He was i i i, NEW YORK, Aug. 18.-The greatest ocean :Jit s. range 40. containing 3> CO-100 I

in hi) bunk when the collision occurred. The race that hAS taken place for years will probably acre Wett i of !section 14, township H.: B. Plant i -

black nobe of Tbingvalla' scraped by his be sailed between the Cunard line 32: s. range 39 e. containing 320 acres. t i.A.

bunk and pushing against the door of his steamship Umbria and the Inman line's latest I South 4 ot section I'. township 33 s. CAPT. I. C. HALL, j

cabin held It dosed. The anchor chain of acquisition the City of New York, on range :30 e. containing 31S D'100' acre B. CAMPBELL

the Thingvalla was banging almost within Saturday, August 13. The question that is S w \ ot n w i of section ::!:i. and n e..J! ofl l Daily from Sanford except Sunday.

p his reach. He sprang for it, and grasping it just now agitating the public mind is section 2f.. township 3:.! ss. range 3D Jacksonville, Fla.

went up hand over hand into the Thingvalla. .t i whether the City of New York has been sufficiently containing; 200 1?-lOO acres. South ] of I ON ST. JOHN'S RIVER.Sclicdttlethey .

The folowing is the official list of the saved seasoned by her first trip to run s w \ of section 11. township 32 s, range;: '

and lost: away from the fast Cunarder cn the return 39 e. containing H acres. Lots 2 and 3. I : 29. 1SST.MJCTH. .

Officers saved: Capt. Carl :Moller, Second trip to Liverpool.A section :3. township :34 s. range 40 e. .
Mate Jorgensen Third :Mate John Peterson Cunard line official laughed heartily taining :;;: acres. Lots 1. 2. and 3. cou-I Leave. LtSDISG5. Arrive.NOBTH. I will Sell and Deliver at yonr near<-t

and Dr. Peter Dierks. when the possibility of the Inman shipbeating 4. township :34 s. range 40 e. : S.:3O p m JckonvilleTocoi ESO am station Fir C'la
t- iron
Officers lost: First Mate Henry Brown, the Umbria to Liverpool was sug 13::> G -100 acreLots 1. 2 aI1l1; section I 5:0p, m .- I..f'\"e.

First Engineer Axel Foss, Second: Engineer gested."The. 6. township s. rmeto; e. containing !I 9.W* :-u l'pm.ias IlollegtouW'ela.a l--l.tta 12:30 11:';0 p a m m

Lorzen, Third Engineer Engelbrecht, Purser City of New York has got be salted 159: CS-100 acre- :South: A of n w \ ands .. 1 oo pm. 10:10 prn PIANOS
Grezcr&en and Stewardess Anna Day. considerably more than she has been by w \1. section 3. township 34 s. range 40 12W m d t Georgetown 9:10 p m

Passengers saved: H. G. Petersen, St. tier maiden trip to beat the Umbria," he e. containing 240 a"res. Lot 1 of section 12 2'."'o 5 a a ra J:1.. Volu.Astor:a ..:15 p m ...IOR.GANS

Paul; John 1... Hansen, Perth Amboy. :-;. J,; 3a 'l. 11. and lot section 9. town-hip 31 s. i 4::4i am roeLand Landing 5.00:lop p m ru
Jans Anderson, Philadelphia John Larsen, Nevertheless! there are many people outside 3:30am .
; range 40 e.,3; 93-100: / acres. Lots 1. 2. Jiue-pring :15pJ:11
Port Richmond Hilda Lind, New York (her of the Cunard line office who believe Arrive
; and :3. and n e \ of s e \. section 15.:
Paul that the City of New York will defeat the s;t1O a m Enterprise 2.: 0pru
lost PauL
children were ) n
two ; Umbria. In the event of a race it is certain township :31 -. range 40 e. containing 9." a m Mnford.: City Wharf 1:"0 p m +! Lk-S MuNtY than any ether Douse 111 t.tl,;
Lauretz Runnerdel John Tenvoldt Chris- 14:, 90-100 acreS w \ of se 1. and ei i -/jo a mSanford.. i>. F. R. 1:. \U 1\ m lt'!attd.tatts. I alwa* :.naratt-: e iLl'tr"ml"D t..
tofsen Eliosem: H. J. Johansen, John Ehl- thousands of dollars will be wagered on 1\\ a 1'1&1:11. !
of s w \1. section 2.;. township 32 s. range be as epres-enttd. ill UV 'Jt:1J It.1
quest, Chicago: Alf Andersen, Brooklyn; the event, as considerable interest has already 39 containing 120 acres. Lot $ of ; co }"TIO.U Tocoi with SL Johns Railroad: .' any honest man or wurnan tx *"** *. C'..a
Peter Johnsen, A. Wilse, St. Paul. been manifested. "The Umbria will e. l at Palatia with Florida Southern railway; at lloUes- calefactory I will pay freight totb-i. httJcas.h
have to beat the Etruria's time which is the section 30. and lots 3. 1. .1 i and 'i. section ton with :?t. John's and Halifax River Railroad: I and t lua mcutli on a Puio, and < ( murlt
Second Mrs. Ellen
lost dfor-Bo
Passengers : cabin *' 31. township 32 s. range 40 e. containing I at Astor with S: John and Lake Eustis Railway; : f;5 a month (Ill an or ran: till 1a "Dual,
Seehus, J. C. Meldborg, L. Xillson, Hilda fastest on record, said a believer in the I' tit' 02-100 acreLots 1. 4. :5 and 1:. : at DeLand landing with DeLand and St. Johns i more than ordinary ret. On these eery: nd fur
Soelborz.. Capt George Hammer, Bertha speed of the Inman's steamship. "if she I Railroad; at blue Spring with D. sj. O. C. antI A. i terms anyone can own a inrtrnment tnfOfDlaU I1B
", section :3. tolrn=hip 31 *. range 40 e. con at Enterprise with A. C., St J. ... I. R 1'laX C.\'T.\LOlit'E 'OLtaiI.nJ full :
Ebenfe'dt and L. Clausen. Steerage, Anders come in ahead of the.City of, New_ Y'ork. lUilway; : ( tug
taining 193: J'-1O4J<> acres. Lot 3 of -ec. I Railroad for Titu vilJe; at anford with tram 01 sheet Music Strings, Violin., laIJJII iut
Anderson, Carl Jobanson, Soren Gabrielsen: the S. F. Railro-d for Tampa; at Tampa with the 'orJE-OUlII, and 10 fad. every lnsca no
'! 'n :.1 JLickenzie ta'c"! 9 .: 14. and lot 1. section _:J. township 31 s. sa for<-c.
Peter Hanson Marstrad, Kittel Gulliksen C. steamer MARGARET, of the Plant Steamship Line, that iI made. and 3t ,n.lvw pncrs f l'Dplete oi':
John J. Fredricksen and two .' .'..! i.uitttTs, an*.' L.'.- '. ;',' I mime40! l'. containing .19.12-100; acres. I for Point;* on Tampa Bay and Manatee Liver; also I Caul"Juu. I Dare 4P.+"u {'iecra (' ('bl..I'rI
Carlson, J E. ... :. it' III Loudon. lie n .r. I' : 1 Dated: this 9th day of .lugast..1. D.S.tMIFJ. : with the Plant Steamship! Lin steamships I Music at It t'nt+ I.-r Cf'ry. 'F. f.n l.''eks Vf t Doic.tnsie "
J. Gustafson and
children. Fredk Sorensen : t'ervices tt, s ,_t.. '. 1SSS. I OLIVETTE and MAKXTTTE for Key West and I ) at h' cents 1xr coN" 5,ll\'U "''50 aDd 2"
child, J. Janson. H. Randbig, Hilda Bay- : : : :: :-,. I M. I.F.KNAUI r lInana.'err Monday and Thursday arnnnij at I royal and Instrumental Music lot .C'fUJ, atyenta. :::'
i I ,-yeti roCai-ts cnne.Iubli.
i : .: 1. ; I .
Strom Karen Hanson.William li Junjstrom, : goy West Tuesday and Friday and Havana \Vtdne Any piece of sbett j.4sek. oi *
i ur the forniario <.; j GRIFFIN FORWOOI Returning leaves low publister rrtt' I. for
Mana Josefsen and children M gen 'dy and Saturday. Havana : to 5i) r" cent stetsins
Jina Kjelddes, I : .. ..'.i seemed to bin uuS".1.d.! t-.s.4 .,-. I WILLIAM s. FORWOOD.I' i e>ery Wednesday and Saturday. pieces each. sheet music Size ;

Amanda Andersen Hilja Olson, Johanna i .' :...lvcs to his examination: i.. apirs. '.. Administrators <.tW! fcxiWntmnciv of C HALE. I Catal {;ut'

Andersen, Andrew Injebrictsen, wife and f .. :'. :ad thus l.e has become acquhulsxstall -.. : I' William Harlan Forwood. deceased. ; General Pa>secger Agent, PeBary Line A. B. Campbell, Jacksonville Fljoiyr'-
child A. J. Janson, O. W. Olander, Peter .
Ii the of E: ARTHUR F. S. WILLIAMS. I .
is singers
Mulle A. J. G. Lind, Ida Malingren and :: great rutisis I W. M DAVIDSON pE'&tiln this rartr.j .
fur Administrators. 1C {
1.:1..1 cured them of occasional trouble Attorney : General Traffic Agent People's Line
child, E. Feters.!.n, wife and child, Nicoliiia I


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Fre-h. !JWMV.JH, w;: "icr wonderful powers Ti.ou.TMiii.i >
I Crisp Gleanings of Recent Note. Proceedings of Both Houses l'or the i .
.t : mu..ty-foul" pound nu.1 only juct j

VOLCANIC ERUPTION !; worthy Happening One Hundred and Seventy-Ninth Day. j .-eM \.-..rs old, she pushed five strong: mn I Washington Atenue, near tte Alrt'lkt

DISASTROUS There was a violent rain storm at Provi- In the senate a joint resolution was introduced i til.i'- I:' '. iim'ii at once in 'i-vli.'ht, anil '

TAKES PLACE IN CriiNA. | deuce, R. I. appropriating $'JOO,000 for tle suppression j hell a II,It 1\ fibbing : JO pounds' M:.jwti.le-l I
I Crude oil has been successfully used by of yellow fever. A bill was passed .| tram tu'9 U "'I' 1:1 u c'aair, thouvzu ten orh.." 'I'

Jlou"e" Completely ))f"Sa farmers in the vicinity of Wapakoueta, 0., to establish a marine hospital at Evansville, melt; puat.i-T, down on the czar M> stronziy .

Eighty-5"1 !. to keep chinch bugs out of the wheat fields. Ind., to cost $100,000. The fisheries treaty that it was :ultol in pieces. Her otn.r tuiUme I I'rc....h 11"otd !1111(1tllrrlry ; tee Pit.. :

troyed In Five Different "illag.-Xearly Throe Jacksonville companies, encampedwith went over. The Spooner bill, to regulate as to u i.i..rflll. I mul Cakts nf nil kind: CuktJ'>rnt ;

nT Hundred IJodl Already Kecovered.Xnoni i: the state milita at Magnolia Bluff, Fla., commerce carried on by telegraph, was i I KJJtf'af (If""f"im;. fl'rititihcll ,

!.* *" Need of Help. j became alarmed by the stories of yellow passed; also a bill appropriating! $5,000 to : Wonderful Cure
Aug. lo.-Advices from >; fever at Jacksonville, and left the camp I encourage the cultivation of flax under the Ile-I sllOd I
11'.1) (
943 FRASCISCO without orders from i Hoyt tl 0., Wholes-ale and
: their superior officers. direction of the committee on agriculture.A GIVE HER A CALL.
by the steamer City Sydney, Capt. Jack Williams I tail 1)ruggitof; Home Ui., says: C
Japan professional swim conference report on the bill granting aid ; I _.
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arrived last night from Hong Kong and (! mer, floated on his bi-k from Alton, Ill, tc I I to state homes for disabled soldiers was i have Leon :yelling Dr. Kings New Discovery ,

yoboharoa, contains particulars of a volcanic : St Louis twenty-five miles, with hand I adopted. At 3:49 p. m. the senate Electric Bitters, and Kucklen's r c. JTHardware. HECTOR,
eruption on July 15. by which hua- bound to his side and less strap-d together, I journed. ad.'I'I mica Jralve for four years. Have never j

in eight hours. In the house a conference report was I handled remedies that fell as well, or

dredsof lives were lost The mountain of I Ilhakin Frank l'hi11ipvho was tarred and feathered I adopted on the bill to extend aid to state an.l !j live such universal satisfaction.: There I and

ard&1 San, which had been rumbling and at Shenandoah, Iowa, a few days ago, '' territorial homes for disabled soldiers and have been r-oine wonderful cures eilectcd I l

) ;: for two days, began on the: morning i id for an attempted assault, was notified at Nebraska 'I' sailors. Mr. Springer gave notice hn would i by the>e medicines- this city. Severalcases :

the 13th: to emit ashes, which darkened i City, Neb., that: he had letter leave : call up the Oklahoma bill on :Monday next. i of pronounced consumption have I General Produce "

the suii, and fell upon the surruundin: vilJar i that place inside of forty minutes. He went. The private calendar was taken up and several I been entirely cured by use of a few bottles -
Great excitement was caused at Pittsburg bills passed. At b m. a recess was 'isl'on'rtaken
in great showers. Earthquakes and : p. of Dr. Kitm'.s I> in
by a runaway car on the electric road. The taken until o'clock, the night session being
with Electric Hitters. We
noise ensued, followed by bhowers I I connection
appalling;: I motor became vmrnanageable just as the car for the consideration of private pension bills j MERCHANT.
of red mud, roinglec with small stones and : reached the top of Mount Oliver, and the ': i guarantee them always. Sold by all drug:

occasional bowlders. Sheets of dazzling engineer jumped off. Nobody was: fatally One Hundred and Eightieth na)'. '! stores ou Indian Hiv r. Melbourne, "Florida

flame also proceeded from the Bardai San, i injured. I In the senate a bill was introduced to prohibit i --I
and the mountain suddenly seemed to rise up A murder was committed on a government the erection of bridges across naviga- For Xervousnes* and I)Y-l'cpsit. neIVrrvV Geo. E. Chase
boat on the Ohio tee streams without the consent of Liver Pill
and then fall back with a tremendous crash.I river bordering on Mercer i I congress.; ,

of ashes fell the red county, Kentucky, and the murderer made a j! Notice was given that the report on the j
A few inches upon lei.urelyescapo while the authorities were !i Jackson (Miss.) election outrages would I lie j For Chills anti Fever take Lippman's j j1'vrafiijrt'

mud. The five villages of Iwase, Yosun, ,' trying to decide whether the United, States i called up Thursday next for consideration. I Chandler

Wakamiya, Missto and Hibara were overwhelmed ; or the Corn-Cracker authorities had jurisdiction Mr. Call spoke on the fisheries treaty. Pending ____ __ _____ ___ d_ ___ Ship ,
by the debris, to the depth of from over his case.W. a vote on Mr. :Morgan's: motion to j o>.t- ,
I A liccior of (; !'ac'(' Clitirrli.
seven to twenty feet. Up to the 17th 470 : H. C. Arnold, chairman representing I, pone the treaty till December next, Mr. ,

bodies had been recovered and forty-one of i the people of Dakota, has forwarded a petition -j,I Gray, of Delaware, appealed for the post- 1 DKAI>> :Siii-In lull 1 broke out with an Moat and Vessle Supplies, all kinds

the wounded, and it was: believed that sixty- i to the president asking him to champioc '; ponement. At ( :15 p. ilL the senate ad- attack of Toisou Oak. Whether or not it Pafl'lItudwf.' Chains, IMocks, '

remained entombed. Eighty-seven the cause of the territories in a special message I journed. came back on me during the next three or Canvass, ( 'alvaniedire

one dead I to congress favoring the admission tc 1 I In the house, after unimportant business, four yearI do not remember, but from hope, all si/es, Tents,

houses were destroyed, The bodies of the I the Union of North Dakota and South I I the day was given up to district measures. 1S<;:) to INS") I sntiered most severely from Spruce Ladders,

dead were so burned and cut to piece as to Dakota as separate states. In his petition he :I The fortification bill until ;5 p. in., when the repeated\ attack IIf this eruption. The' use Coppei Paints, cnIN, l-- sal's, qt...

be iu many cases unrecognizable.The I says: "The two proposed states" embrace aL: ]I house adjourned.One of :M mt> external reinedio gave a relief- Spar Varnish uaIN, (-*: ::al'!-O.llt.., pt..
I I Oils
and la-ads
inhabitants of Inawashiro and adjacent : -i area of !\ .UOOOI'J acres! of fertile laud, whicb !, Hundred and Eighty First Day. t'wa only tenllstrarv-till 1ST1.) I found all kinds.
F. W. 1)sV.OE fc 10S 1CEADV MI\K1
villages saved themselves by fleeing to I produce annually 60,000,090 bushels of wheat In the senate a bill was introduced to define I that Iodide of r itt..Mimi and 'rupuf: SaraparilL't : I'AIST, '
In fact tor t ..
aiiytLiiij r.nililiiip
rSailing 'atHarCs
and ::iOOOO.OOi)
when the and bushels of corn. We have I l'l'IIl'litl'llllll' not little. lb
Wakarnatsea eruption began, I trusts, and to provide for the punishment I a >\v-

alsoaave-i much of their furnitura I 50,000,000 invested in banking capital, 5,00t I I of persons connected with them; also, ever, even then I was not cured, for from IHock !)O East Hay SI.,

The wounded ere in a terrible condition, I miles of railroad, 4,000 public schools, employing requiring the crews of American vessels to ISvJ to I IfnSo' ; the attacks were more severe, '
5,000 teachers, and and than ji( !iso\viM.I:, ri \.
come having fractured skulls, others broken expending: unnu- ; its American eitiz ns. A resolution was prolonged' frequent ever coming .
'I ally $ ,000,000. We furnish, millions iiprecious I agreed to to continue the investigation of i upon' isle:1:0. plans as four, and e1 en live timestlurinsr i -- -- -
limbs and badly: burned. There are 1,000 LUODE
millions it. tribute}
pay ii Indian trade.rships. The fisheries treaty was ; the year. In the spring; of bI' 1

persons m need of help. I the way of taxes to the general government. : taken up, Mr. Morgan speaking. Three vetoed I took a course of 1*. 1*. P. and from that

DEATH OF "LARRY" JEROME.He Crimes and Casualties. !' tension bills were presented and referred. time to the present' (June 2">, IS tit; I have! ANOSn 'I

I Four women nnd a child were drowned i i At :> p. m. the senate adjourned.In been free from eruption of this! : 1Nlion. Only

IVarvfullv I'assex Auay at >;>!iaroii, Con by the capsizing: of a sloop near New: Castle, the house the senate amendment was j once, early in this month a few bumps :appeared '

necticut.SiiAiiox Delaware. | concurred in to the bill for the erection of a on my wrists but 11ri't1ul' in a day

Conn., Au;.(. 1-'Larry" Jeronm At Springfield, Mo., Ollicer F. J. Pale- public building at Evansville, Ind. Mr. I or two, being; the dying throes as it were, Cli'. OPASftMiciSummerSaIe

lied at IVntiiry oottMfT" Sunday about noon, !j I more was fatally wounded by a negronaused O'Neill, of Missouri, denied his personal! connection I this horrid and loathsome disease. .\lterj:
I with bargain to the Chero- being plagued aKmt twenty-five n'arwith :
/7 in his bixty-uinth arc.lerhvlU he was attempting; to arrest. any pass I
ii7 j kee bill. A for occurred 1'oison Oak 1 consider cured and :
year. He became I\ Sylvester Adamson was gored to death by t struggle; precedence myself

p2.-I-# : uir.bcious Friday, I j a bull near Monroe, Mich. i between the military appropriation bill and I hv the use of about one Imttle of P. 1*. i'I I,

'.1 ;\ and lemnined in : At Santa Cruz Cal., Zucharuh Field i' the fortifications bill, and at 3:30 p. m. the I i.11'A'r'SONVINN.: : '

that condition until ', aged fifty-five, killed his young wife and house adjourned after an ineffectual call to Kector: ( irate Church, Waycross ;In.Urace .

,( hn death. He pass- I|I shot himself.At develop a. quorum. I' -------- -- -- ,.

\ ed away peacefully, Homer, Logan county, Kentucky, : One Hundred and Kfghty-Second Day. i i. ter t

..};: a nnd hit last hours Spencer Harris aged fourteen shot and .
In the senate a resolution was offered You are feeling depressed, your appetiteis ,
fatally wounded his father Jesse Harris
) were probably unattended foi in-I B.jNOW
his quiring the number of white depositors poor, you are bothered with head- ;
cc abusing nwther.i ,
.., by pain. i John Dauglitry clerkoa the Freedmen's bank. A resolution was I I, ache} you are f f tl l'ttJl'fVOU": and l'ni i
WilliamTravers the steamer Ilol WHKN:
liOn, adopted in the interest of American in : orally out of sorts and want to brace I
Roy, was run over and kille-Ion the Memi i up.
I i 4 .;, Jerome ventors. A bill was passed for the relief of I I Brace but not with stimulants I
lhillevee by a freight train. up, spring
ir I h.7t "" i I '\ sides other rela- A freight train on the Erie railroad was I medicine-ur: bitters, which have for their
\ \\% \ The fisheries treaty was considered. The .
\ v v lives, were present"Linty" !" wrecked near Shohola N. Y., and an express conference the !,i basis: very cheap whisky: and which -timi -

t JEIo)1E. at his bedside when train due at the time of the accident, bill was presented report on and army ordered appropriation printed in 'i elate you for an hour, and then (leave !I ---

will be held in crashed into the wreck, an attempt to flag it you in worse condition than before. ,
the end ,'al:. 'i ht funeral the record. At 0:15 p. m. the senate ad- I
Sew York, probably on Tuesday, although having failed. One man was burned tc I i Ijourned. What you want i is an aletrative that will |I .

it may 108 postponed until Wedneslay. I death and several persons were fatally in ':I In the house Mr. Outhwaite tried to have I purify your blood, start healthy action of _

Mr. Jerome, when he became of entered jured. liver and kidneys restore vitality
<< age: i the vote reconsidered on the Columbus your I .
W. 1.lallo and
S. Duncan is arrested at 1,000 Flroit-t."la"
the study of law. lIe was alder- sition bill but and ginrenc\ 'ccl health and :strength ,
upon for no quorum was present The Oiyans t > l).' ,"old in June July, >
Ky. his
man dtiriu,: the Tweed regime& and in IStk t I saving own life by taking that i I fortification appropriation bill was taken up. Such a medicine you will find in Electric I .1i1gtts.t anel !':l)tenil cr .it i.i>oiCasii e
I of Charles Fleming who I IJobepli
was a l'aneU.I.t.tfor congrew against Anson : Williams was beating Jam. !'. considered and reported to the house. At ;5 Bitters, and only f>0 cents a bottle at any i'"rJc'C-9.' I'ayalle.
Mcl'ook and was defeated.His was killed at a daace ili. I I'I.\.NOS.; #2-. CASH I1O\VX.
the house Indian Itiver.PYRAFUGE.
m. adjourned.i
driiir tore on
blf'Culntioll were followed with sues I Chattanooga, Tenn. The cause:: of thml1r. OI.tNs, 6JO CASII 1)OWX
der was an iiiMiit to his wife which i I --- ----- ------- and tlii haSance IIcxt Nsi -eltlleris.t
: the 1ms
Hundred anti
ce s until "JJlaek Knday1'came, everything I band resented. Kighty-Third Day. II I ,'Uhnut Interest or ails asssc
he hail ws wept away. After his In th* senate district, matters in relation t t tI tQ in I'r Ire. All our aitusasiusd ()r.I .

l losses James Gordon Ik-unett prewjuted him Pearl Wilson, a Minneapolis sporting to overhe-id w tees were discussed. By a vote I gang, iiicSutleil in. this sale our

a with a eat in the 'NuU& e. which he sold I woman, formerly of St. Paul shot Jame* of 24 to 2? the senate refused to postpone the I Cli apesl :* (u"choice IZest.from ado ten ex-
li four
) *>itH.
Scanlan dead
nine. yrars ag; i fur a;-t d,0OU. the highest price a and then !shot fisheries treaty. The conference report on leailiiiv niaUers ami uer pile;:
for stoek seat. I herself inflicting; a mortal wouu'IAn the bill I'rices.
ever renliz" n exchange army appropriation was taken up I sty Ieanl
Since then be has not engaged; ; in any business. I. insane minister named Cooper, at Au. anti concurred in. The house fortification !

rora, 111., bet fire to his house, with the intention bill was presented and referred. The f.sher- I-suri (''En I BARGAINS! 1883-
of and h1qy,
cremating his wife
: daughter. JHS treaty was taken up to be considered by V' S i
Sentimentally SqueamUli. |I The. women cnped. Cooper committed sections and at 5:.')) p. m., the senate Nt \\ :Maker.. New Jnstriiuient.New

I ST. Louis Aug. 14.-A very strong feeling |i suicide. adjourned.In I< r I StyU-s, :New :I'riew. treat Inipni\eiueiit; >

is obtaining: ground here that Maxwell ,j Foreign Notes.Railroad the house the fortification bill waspissed. A Sias! r'a6) ,a in our I.o\\er Pr t't.\! In--lruuient

was unfairl!} dealt with nut! the law strained ; i The resolution CHILLS tic FEVER, @ I.aiire I'Hrd"-.:o't-: enable! us tu other Krduced -
connection was established Sun to assign a dat3 forgeneral
toseeure his conviction. The entire case, it : 4 DUM,L UE C \ I P1"ii-t-s. Here are :.:am pll'-.
between Paris and pension legislation
day Sofia, Bulgaria. developed on a \
is realized since Maxwell's / 4j II" -
more fully execution i
There was a public demonstration over the vote that no quorum was present, and resulted I f': ,., nl ;; : o.tI\'r. ('r-
re tod on circumstantial evidence 't I arrival of the first train and a b.inqtidt at in a. call of the house The Oklahomabill I ,) IRi; 1 f' 1... rl Uo. ri.'ht. loHn:.. si't Il"-
alone, and under those circumstances there I Miiir-'s. !lo.tiinl' "HWJu.i
which Prince Ferdinand presided.The failed of consideration for the same rea- t i <; .I' .
,, V'' .11.. -, Full Ilerli'bus.lint-
are today who believe that the stern I VJ- m.
Berlin police have seized 50,000 copies son. The deficiency bill was next retired on I HII'.t! 1'-''-laiiil .lum.,KMttker'u J'fin.I ,
and milnovable nttittuK sumed Gov-
by of a Socialist proclamation to the electors of the point of no quorum. At 4:15 p. m. the I I.

enior Moivhouse was nut justillod. It is I the Sixth district referring to the next elec. \ house adjourned.A I, 't, 1 .. icy 'I.tavf'' Iil'j -
recalled that in his original decision in regard I P I sell 0 '
tion. | j : ti.htllrai\ I. ar''
to the case Governor Moorehouse expressed The MURDER AND LYNCHING. $IL. .) :-. /" :t mUulgs. Null Iton
of Paris
City steamer of
the I
himslf' against the condemned man i : : r V" .rune. Ivory l..ys, llirltKOS
in that he had doubt of his guiltMaxwell's Inman line aud the sister ship of the City AH ('ans.>.l bv a >IUni.sippi :Negro ""antIn : IPPMAN'SPYBAFUGEI I ".V<< saying no of New York will be launched on tho Clyde : !' 1'iiinos usually sold at Ids mid !:tV .
execution is regarded by a large :: All the Sidewalk. I CALLra Tim I! .I"Apr' 1'ia.t ";01,
and element of the community as i on September 1. Contracts have been entered JACKSOX. MNs., Au:,. 17.-A fatal shooting '
giowing a lusli
into be several firms Wonderful Chill and Fever Expeller \\'itli I'JaiioH.-t l Top Stool
Clyde to
(constructsix 'I
judicial murder and his story of the incidents atfra> clis ely followed by a lynching, Handsome, Cover Instructor,
large steamers. : It cares the rh-il;: and f<-\'< r. t'o'- nj. I' n--i.- 3Ius.icIIooUjuitlalII"rei IUI'i Ul.rA .
that led up to Preller's death .obtains i is iv|>orted from Utica, :Miss.: thirty-five 1in'JIlUillKtlle. briilgatg rtrt'igttt a.ta i.. ..lth tolhe :: :
King Leopold of Belgium is about to encourage : ;
mil s tv'est of here.
much wider credence than when he narrated .
S i Kive a MtHvis2u
the circumstance at the trial. i the building of vessels to ply b-- On Sunday evening E. B. Robertson a J I hll UnuAn. (,": ( 4letave KwKIII
tween Belgium and the Congo state. !, $ :, 'il Walnut
young white man, wes conducting a young ---- -- /"IttJ)'1'> x> 'ase. High
.1 The French navvies' strike is over. I UV Top.L1IIpSIand)1n-s': Tiw-kK,
They \Vaiit r.i-t Train lady to church. They were met on the sidewalk TOIl". tltL-'xr Irr.alSl..urFull .
Full \i-t "
KANSAS CITY, Aug.; 10.-The businessmen Th pope continues unwell The utmost by Bob Brown, colored, with several I I II
'(| secrecy prevails regarding his condition. ,i colored girls. Brown refused to It' !-".. *> .!" H.-WU,
yield i
8.llIl1h" traveling public are up in arms !! any I uIUtI
The that died Khar HP1P1PI IRP1P1 I r 1! !:1 Itet111111e :oorol""
report Lupton Bey at
of the sidewalk '
against the proposed abolition of the fast |I portion and rudely pushed I I $ 6 \1 Ki h 1'..*. lu-autifiil 1'arlor Or1 -
town of consumption recently U confirmedby
trains. Ever since the first afouncement Robertson to one si i le. The latter told the i--.ii!: 'ii.+at-and. Meld. All |..ur.1. -
prominent railroad officials have been visited an eyewitness of his funeral, which was negro that he would see him H.uin. After (.tJa"r' <
by citizens, tlt>prel"atin.thd action of the : conducted in public with Mohammed'in ceremonies. .. church Rolertson was standing;; in front ofa (Prickly oAth, Poke hoot and Potaseittm.) \VltIi Each Oi;:au u J'liie Sloop,
an Instructor, Music Hook and
general managers and asking that this d-- ; store explaining; the occurrence to several I II i CURES Freight I'ald.
tt'rruiuation lw revoked, and the fast trains Sporting Sparks. I friends, when Brown, with four companions

U not discontinued.. They say that nothing Ramsey has been reinstated by Louisville, came up and commenced firing upon the SYPHILIS 15 DAYS TRIAL. "
has tern of mash benefit to Kansas wbite men, who were unarmed.
; so and will receive full pay for tae time* was:

City in tLe lbtears, as the establishmentof ', suspended. Dr. L. W. HolHday, a prominent physician, ;I Primary, Secondary and Tertiary Syphilis Syphilitic Order awl l test Jl \onro\\n !low... :

these fast trams. A tition was instantly killed, Armand White was t Scrofula and Scrofulous until In-tniineiit
\* is being prepared Champion John L. Sullivan was returning I Eruption Erup- No money ntjuired

bv ttu business men of this city, and very drunk from Beacon Park races, near' seriously injured in the thigh, and Frank tidEP, Ulcers and Old Sores Ilhenmatism and i? Fatisfartory.: W-* pay Freiirbt i \both [
i all disease+ of the blood ; all those that have
will be forwarded to the general managers Boston, Saturday, when he drove into a carriage Wallace in the arm. Rob- rtlC)11 ;grapple resisted other treatment yield sttatlily and purely I waif no sile. The f.iirc-t way tft deil.!

<* all the railrtttJi at Chicago. The wholesale which was passing.: There was a smash with Brown and held him until assistance to the wonderful power of P. P. P., the grcutUlood I Our Instrumental* yM*,/ awl ,'ill''p, aul

implement men are particularly anxious ( and the slugger was' landed in jaiL He was arrived and he was taken to jail. At 4 p. in. I'unfier. I a irialalwa\-ssive-5rt: catitietlllIrcha l 'r. I

to have the trains continued. sooa bailed out, however. This does not Monday a mob took Brown from the jail and I Lend for" 3Ilcl-Su mner Sale Clr-
hanged bun to a tree. Strong efforts I
;: arebeing culur.I .
look like training to whip any min in the
lie! Defeudedthe Southern Women.ilAD'.sox world. made to capture the two other negroes I JJo.UrJt1I'R. 11A.rf J"rIlI: Fdeti' 1II.

Ga. Aug. IS-V. II Stiles a who took part in the shooting. la an impurity in the blood j.rodncirg Lcmp or : "J'1nN..: J\/ /10'<1," "'" ,&/.. 1''..- S"I.lJf ant, Un-
W. C. Hanvll Alfred Whitlock and John
welling cansin Running S..ortn the Arms, I ,') t111 Fru'thl J'"lrtir I.i 1M.yr' 1'reol: 'WI
from the north, and B. M. McFee &n i in the public forum at Cleves, Fighting; Over a County Seat.WICHITA. Legs, of Feet for the cure of which HM I*. I* I'., I! *' i'Mart'-. .V/" ""? fbu:...., '.qW l'rtl'
Blackburn, assistant postmaster and ex- the blood medicine on tarth. All: these 'ii'/- Matinton ,I' A"
O and announce that they will shoot any Kan., Aug. 30.-One of the greatest
editor diseases readily to the of }'. P. P.,
had a lively encounter Tuesday. yield power
Stiles louiirched the name uf a reputable team of three for the championship of otliceis"f the militia company, which has giving new life and new Etrtngth. LUI)1)EXBATES

'lady, and Blackburn championed her cause America. returned from Steven county, relates that SCI 'Wp: "" 'h'C HOC The celebrated horse race plunger, ''Pitts- there is every prospect of another outbreak BLOOD POISON
? M she hxd no male relative. In the post- burg Phil," is said to be $4.,0ud loser thisseauu. between Wi><)lsda.; j and Hugoton ain*
s office tie manded that Stiles sign a retraction. A NE\V\ & USEFUL DIGRESSION.
: of the former '
The people place avow they will! fared in its worst form : oneimo in raw fI with
latter added another
i insult refused and Pat Killen has posted f 1,000 with the New be avenged;; for the death of their four citizens. Erysipelas: where the paueiitta- in f.t'n..1l1)au: I
to the southern women in general. A with Jake and given by the physicianIn froi-ie cases -
York Clipper for a fight Kilrainfor The Situation in Grant county, he up
Kfufflle" followed when the finally Jscrofuloas Ulcers broke out till the party was amass .. .
postmaster SVatrb flork
the world's championship.John said is also so strained that the citizens I hav.a.U- ray stork oriutf "
Rot hold of corruption ; a bottle of I'. P. P. was of ( .
of Mr.Stiles' lets lint
his revolver and perforated thigh not Blackburn's I. Sullivan says he has backers who asked Uen. Myers to leave one company at procured, and the disease" J'ielded quickly. sly )-dinu.-". a finejrra'l* of Cisr&r-, t..Uf3r tt", 1...
friend fatally. will put up 10,000 that he can whip Jake each of the town Cincinnati and Ulysses, ( Mccr>and 1'ij'en: 4 collection rabc'IOllb. To>..
i are now making!;' a hero of him. Kilrain. He declines to fight for the Pohcj as between these places the bitterest rivalry RHEUMATISMAnd Notions and norMa CunoPiUM; goal stock ..!

Gazette diamond belt exists over the county seat question. Both stationery aud an a-Ri>rtii>*iit hI Candy and C(.IM-
tion Sci.w>rn, j-ocktt and able (utlery UnUI -
Florida Refugees Are lUrreil Out. numbers of lawless characters In all Affection of the Boo.l P. P.P.stands ry:
towns are paying di.plavfc-l the ab. v.- at E> New' :Mare \Va-li-
NASHVILLE, Tenn., Aug. 2w.-The state Those who knew Charles Courtney ten from the neutral strip $1 a day and alone and unrivaled, end tome cf its cures are ill tuu _\\,-mie. Titus tile. you arr rf''IIft.t
board of ould hardly recoguizo; Lint IA>\V. really wonderful. mvited to tall and eianniif the fanwto ati"ly
health after thoroughly discussing years ago board to remain within their border, so that If you suffer from anything like SvphilK Scrofula fully
the subject of yellow fever in Florida, directed lie has taken on a very elderly ap-H.aracc; j, they ca n vote on the county seat question in Blood Poison Ulcer, Old Sore. Ithecma- yourself as WATCH to prier anl KEI'AlhING qnalit. whether ht'El'lALTi'yon buyor i.
and the jet black hair and mustache, of thin, or disease of the Llocd, be sure and not
that the state be quarantined againstall : once about: thirty days.A any Latent approved Instruments and TOllll, and il i
infected districts. Inspectors are to bePlaced which he was so proud,are now fringed with give P. P. P. a trial. year practical eiriuce in the atch and j*'el ry t
P. P. P. (Prickly Ash Poke Hoot and Potav
He has restless look about him and nondt'rful'ouu Lady. bnsintI hall spare no painstaking to please! ant. '
at Memphis, Milan, Grand Junction, gray. I : eiom) is no secret patent medicine like the manyI
CUXTO.V Iowa Aug. 2"J." -Miss Lena Loeb .. articles and prices or Ilepamnt.. and non: TUHEB1T t
Chattanooga and Cleveland and people from a perceptible bend to his shoulders and tha I the market. Its formula is on e'erybon Ie,
Of Ida will be eLewhera. old time seriousness of face is gene. Training I| the electric ;girl, is here attending the Spirit I thus pirin a guarantee of its purity and whole- A Yarn KHABE OF Torn raieostos. i
compelled to '
I go i the ambitious youngsters: of Cornell is noewy ualists' cainp-lr.eetins and is Rstojiishmg eomeuees! that no other blood purifier does g \'e. I ( ( IHtASMXti.THE .

matter, it would aj> >eai; 't





THE FLORIDA STAR. A number of our LaGrange friends Lake Worth. Primary at Precinct IVo. 1. : the India rubber tree- Liv :

came up on Sunday expecting preaching, Cooler, Pursuant to a call from the Democratic I draped with long veils of ski'
also mOIL'
PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. as announcement in the STAR. We Executive Committee the voters of Pre- I adorn the shores. Here ana ,
per And wind. the
more cinct Xo. 1 assembled at Hendry's store mangrove, with its loner, slendert the

ELLIS B. WAGER Editor and PBlliste hope they will try again next Sunday.On But drier than a burnt-up brush pile. to elect delegates to the Convention, to I! wades out into the lovely ia_"c- n as f'

26th there will held in Titusville as it dare, and then reaches out
next Sunday, Aug. be Sept. 5th, 18S8. ano fiT
The Deerhound is out again, havingleft foot
$1.,0 Aiinum. as if it would
per be preaching at the School-house. The The assembly was called to order, and tike one ,
for the Keys a few days ago. the Rev "". X. Chaudoin was elected but was a little afraid. Then moretep
Entered the Post Tilim-ille first bell will ring at ten o'clock. Song over the edge of the peens.. .
at Office at as No rain since last writing, and even chairman, and H. F. Atkinson, secre rocks anJ. .1'ln2
Second-Claaa Matter.A service to begin promptly at 10:30) con- the reflection of its gnarled and
tary. knotted
the trees for want of it. 1
tinuing until 11, when a sermon will be are suffering Mr. A. Brady then offered the following self m the smooth water, i is the tropic i : j

SQUARE one Inch In space; 21 squares preached by the Rev. James Bolton. We Services at the east side Schoolhouselast preamble and restdutionsto-wit, : j button-wood whose dull f ulia-e mans *

make a column. the Sunday, Mr. V. 0. Spencer officiat- Whereas proxies in our conventions: ;, fine back-ground for the>:panf ha\'o1' .t
"advertising rates enquire the Editoralways hope a good congregation may greet with '
long, bright ::
.. .
enclosing a two cent stamp. ing. seem to have been, in many instance, of green lanumagnificent ;
speaker. doubtful character ; and i white blu:-"..'m. And h'Lt: ;

.. The Illinois arrived on the Oth; witha Whereas previou* conventions have !up among the rocks are seen !he fra-r

We are indebted to Dr. W'. S. Graham, C'aimieral. I incense, the lignum-vit.e, the ,
such and
cargo of pineapplelips:: from the protested against proxies : nustu' 't .
Sect pro tem. of the meeting last Saturday On account of reports of schooners Keys. Whereas we have reason to believe I I pigeon or allspice llumand the Mwood. -:;;

evening, for full report of frame, leaving Jacksonville and St. Augustineit that such proxies deprive the people of !; And through the tangled ml*I"t
The Emily B. left for Jacksonville on a fair representation.Be : foliage the tourist as he sails a"I1! -y.
which in this isue.: was thought advisable to establish a shore
appears .. the :3rd and will probably return at once it resolved: that we, the Democratic ; ;gets glimpses of the wndora---l : ,
temporary quarantine Nation in Canaveral tree, with its beautiful le-i
voters of LaGrange Precinct, in primary i jrrteu '''
with another full of Ir.mber.
Is another column will be found Mr. Bight. Mr. Robert 1 :\non i- quarantine cargo assembled, do solemnly protest against! I thickly interspersed with n. }h. \, ,

Hatch's letter of acceptance as commissioner officer. Capt. E. X. Dimick ha: .six-year-old :such use of proxies a* a fraud. fruit. Then, occasionally, cult'ivavtpatches :

of Brevard to the Su -Tropical.The cocoanuts in blossom, and Mauruee ap- The following resolution were also of bananas and small j:rov s ,,.l
The heavy blow of Thursday did no sweet oranges can be seen thruu.rn
STAR hopes to see Brevard make a ples in fruit five years from.the seed. adopted : ings in the of ; I'i*::
margins native
damage here. The few mosquitoes who Resolved that we our representative trerlu: :
creditable display at the Sub-Tropical, had wandered over here from Rockledge On R. R. McCorinick's place there are and :senator to u-e their best endeavors the good taste .>f the settlers h't"::

if fe\'ecis stamped out in time)- I out of esthetic as well! as econmuu ....
( yellow and Cocoa the previous week were very now to be seen fine Japan plums Japanperiumnons in the Legislature, to paa law tives. And lho.l'11. tl.!
fueli a display awill retain our poitionof and Avacado in full whereby our road may be kept in order : :-ra.-, : .
wafted back their ; pears raise
promptly to repeetivehomes. paiuiseverywhere their low: .
made the finest fruit display, and new roads opened by a sufficient jr. "
having bearing. road-tax. I crests upon tall waud-like suil\: ...
and in addition to this we can carry off I up against our Vmttiful It i Ln'!' ',"
:Since the mail schedule went into Resolved that -
new we our -
The water in Banana creek is getting urge
the laurels on vegetable raiding and farm and e"enetk.rt The specie of palm that i... ind!:''i-:. .
salt from the Pepper Haulover inlet effect our mailenice has been more :senator to u-e to ]here i is, the
well natural resources, very school : palmetto, here it .it-:... .
products as as place our public :* on a systemized,
and the luxuriant forests of freshwatergrass regular and better in every way than for perfection. Nothing that adorn- "r._ ','
ba k Our schools !
efforts progressive public
if will and supplement our
we try,
I t
tat could '
before. landscape more Kair.;f..,
their beauteous
are exchanging have existed and in that
twenty years, j
with determination and energy. Everyone it its .gainst
waves plumes :
for which Barracuta is of the of time there has not been a single our '
admits that the Sub-Tropical of last green a sickly yellow, we hopeis fishing one sportsnowadays. pace j I skip'.
i the i of dissolution.Prof. The measure adopted to improve the general '\ .
reason; bcnefitted Indian hirer to an in sign a speedy largest one up to this condition of our school-: j j The Floridians-hut to think of '

time was the I! term in connection with the inha' :,-,:.
a thirty-pounder
Hoxic from the Smithsonian caught on ::
Re.-olved that
and we enta-
calculable amount, we hope to -ee Ia'I'I urge our repn 1
of State that is ..
.. .
a s? decidedly
Lake Worth e' -
the best efforts possible forward this stitute, who, we learn from the po-t-oifiee wharf, Master tire and :senator to u-e every effort to perfect i' wanderir. :
put t! tan- etsour mind to ;iI i-!iis
retain gave a very interesting lecture at the Julian M. Rowley being the one who our Local Option Law. of citizens with .
winter to our position already acquired I one our Kentiukk -
The Convention then proceeded to the
Titus house Titusville hooked the fish, but Postma-ter Gale had I rich tradition nearest his heart. .1n.-;
and advance as: much higher as Wednesday election of delegates by ballot. :;
last, i is staying at the Light-house col- to assist; in landing it. comes from the good Old Northu: :(
we possibly: can. Mr. Hatch is an energetic A. J. Carter, Thomas J. Cock-hutt, A.
where schools ami
worker, and we know that he will lecting various specimen. The Fleming Club met on the 4th. Brady, and Geo. B Gardner, having received cation a* yet, to('liueation-plain tIC sure; and nu:'.01..e!
<: the largest number of votes were
give the county all the attention that it Melbourne. They had a good attendance and transacted declared elected and the proper credentials homely culture:, perhaps. is tin:r !,r.1.!

is for him to do, even to a slightof considerable business And Georgia the counterpart ot i-r ;!
: possible includingthe furm-hed. The a :-5cmLhthen. ad-
Thank heaven after week of misery
or so .
a* to the native ixtliteue&toi i
his personal aflhirs! for the benefit of arranging for speakers; to come here. journed. I i- |>ruj.
we can rest in peace again. has its representatives' here. .\i ;. :.:,

his county. Some splendid watermelons at the Amongst others they expect some of I I II. F. ATKINSON, Secretary. | that other great peninsulaurmu' ,'!.

our representatives and senators to favor I j by vast fresh-water: seas that ar.tr I /,

TIlE YELLOW FEVER. post-office, from the garden of Mr. W. Us with their presence:: during the present TI'olc-thc fJeiii of the Indian I during that part of the year when t:..

Wilson l of Courtney. I llivcr. gardeners of thi peninsula artrain...-
The fever does not seem to have gained campaign.The .

{ much headway, during the pat: weekin We are pleased to see Mr. W. Wil-on, Stretching along the east coast of vegetables, but where the pt-oplt- h<-\, -
largest sappadillo raised: here this Florida from its northern boundary to forget to inscribe upon their gr 'at -.'.l
and for of Courtney, here for a \ visit. .
Jacksonville, two day no newel 'Cryohort: .Sm 'I"tfrr'r'l.+ 1agif-4fiU? "'III,' '''',,1 "
:season, as far as can be learned, was one West i i.. series of islands and ''
es or deaths were rl'porH.I"iz.., last Mr.1'. i clearing 10 ares: for a grove at long yiut, that great northern |*'!MHsends -.,

Wednesday: and Thursday. Friday, four Eau Gallie in very good location. I picked May 31st: on It. II. )[cCormick'I peninsulas which separate narrow bodiesof : recruit to the greatoiitlur'

place. It measured twelve and one-fourth salt water from the ocean. These one. And so thc.come from ,l I.-r.-.r.
new cases: were reported ; Saturday, one The tent of the fishermen at Capt. .Toe and
from from Virginiat...
inches in circumnferemicethree and Maryland : :
seven- beautiful oounJwhich the
new case, and one death, Frank Dtino- Smith's camp is till standing have not I through all are Floridians as s x>nasth .\ "'t.t:

van ; Sunday, five new caeand: one had time to even ask, "what luck ?*' : eighths inches in diameter, and weighedone blundering or ignorance of someone, hero, whether they come from Lor.-;:i : '

death Win. AdamMonday two new pound.! This i probably, hard to were named rivers-form a safe and al- i or Detroit, or .Ann Arbor or .It'N-\. < '. ,
Mrs.: Capt. Mercier and daughter, with lieat. We would like hear Baltimore. All 'ker
to of lor are ( 'ra
a bigger mo-t continuous waterway from Fernan- ( -
and death J. 3[. Minton Tuesday
cases one :
: Miss:\ Grace
Ely, are :spending at ,
: : one wet as to try to beat it next year if dina to Cape \Lh". Commencing little galvanized CrackerThv t t-
five new cases and one c.leath-E. K. the :seaside cottage of Mr. E. P. Branch. Hjibe.! through a l'roco( galv.uiL'.ui; t! -
Wanklyn. A recapitulation including ] north of Cape Canaveral and stretching claim that U not uual in the artafiner -
A: force of colored men were last week S.t 3c. southward to east of Lake Okee-
Tuesday makes-">ca-e retried ; died 8 ; a point metal is covered to some exu
setting out slip.on: Jr.1ector's peninsula with somewhat Hut tL-.
chobce is the largest sound in the chain. a coaxer one.
discharged 1" still under treatment 22. .
; property, and this week are clearinga I To the Public. In the northern part of it is Merritt's Floridians are great lovers of tltoW'r-
that have died four
Of the eight case ,
Few of citizen but that
our arc M> busy :
little more land for pint's. i CITY POINT, Aug. !.">, l-\'S.: I-land. 'Thi island is about seven miles
are known to have been on sprees just they can cultivate large flower jrardta-
The fa-t sailing yacht 'Frost Line" I In the wide at northern end and thirty-five I and
prior to their sickliesand: two more also accepting position of cotmni when Michigan and Ohio and Ken

drank freely. The T'mn-l'irin>, ofWednesday with a load for Eden, :stopped here Monday sinner to the'uhTropical: Exposition miles long, running to a point at its lucky are covered with a blanket: oi

for a short time. Capt. Hawley wasprospecting for Brevard Co., a place in no manner southern extremity. On the east side ofIerritt'o snow: the people of Tropic can stalk i iron....
t morning says : their front door> tu the -shore uf u.
a little we believe. sought by the undersigned, I return ) ; I-land the sound is called the
and also the
Most of the cases, suspects, lagoon through luxuriant 11\""" :

are being closely watched, and if responsible We regret that the continued l ill health my thanks to the Board of County Commisioners Banana River, and that west of it the richly-colored blossoms. Ro-t-. ot a hI': ,

: guards could be obtained, who of our general ss l'i istant 1'. 31. compells and through them to the peo- Indian River. The sound bears the tired varieties and jasmines: mrlr; :

could relied under all circumstances him to resign the po-ition. )[r. W. B.Adam ple for the confidence be-towed. name of Indian River for I 120 miles :southof blooming jasmines, Arabian and fm u
wreath and ( rand Duke j\-OIiIlt -, ;' r.
to obey orders, and immediate -. succeedhim in the oilice. '! While I feel a high degree of responsibility iI where the Banana unites with it at nium in all their varieties ; in t.u.l I

and strict attention were given to the isolation The pile driver which went to Eau I I I in this trust, my; best efforts will the southern end of Merritt's Island. the plants that are cultivated I in tl-

and thorough fumigation and dis; Gallic Friday morning returned here on he put forth in carryyingotit the object The Indian River varies in width from green-houses in the: north grow ill t..'

of the commission. one mile to !seven, and i* acknowledgedby flower-gardens of Tropic in the mama"r.
infection the clothing, houses, premises Sunday, having driven all the piling on profusion from New Years Day UM
and of and hand there. On she driving With the co-operation and assistance all tourists and visitors: : who have seen ..xcw'ar'o
persons patients suspects: Monday was :; Day again.

it is believed that the effortof: the authorities fenders etc., at the wharf of Mr. C. of the good citizens of the county I feel it to be the mo-t beautiful body of water Our people have not gone into
would be crowned with success', J. Hector, and early Tuesday: i morning that we can, and mu-t, get up and main- about in the thirty-five country. miles The Banana and River three is growing very extensively.: Mo-t ,'I'f',

tain an exhibit at the coming SubTropical long one inns a few in full!) bearing aU,ut thoue '.
and the dread disease could yet bo stamped returned to Malabar. miles wide throughout most of its ,,
and small of r." -
surpassing anything that have a grove VOIHI.J
out. Mr. M, McFadden has his hip ways length ; the last two miles as you go coming on. Where market t gardt'nm.o .' "
heretofore had.Competition. south i is from half-a-inile to a mile wide.
A review of the deaths far that have about completed, and heavy enough to .- profitable there i* little induceiiifi.'
The soil on the whole of Merritt's Island
in the various countiesof ,
lamb l M! o'
in this will furnish take out the Seminole S. V. White Geor- to cover the small parcel of !
occurred city a very is very rich, and its fertility concen-
South Florida will be much each one owns with an
greater orange; grove
strong temperance argument. With the giana and all smaller craft. He now has trates a* its: width decrease: From its
than heretofore, and stronger:: and more point at the confluence of the Indian A few date, sago and cocoanut paifc:
of MrMcClel the of
exception of the cases on the ways sloop our genial tax
united eilort on our part will be necessary and Banana: River, stretching north two I are being: cultivated here, al- paw I11*"
land and Mr. Jelder; the patient; were assc-sor: : Mr. Sanders, which he i is re: to keep Brevard's: position in the miles, is one of the most prosperous I and guava- Camphor tret- d.! 'S'

known to he hard drinker In the ea-e building. lead. settlements in Florida. The fortunate and arrowroot grow.. with 'itti-:i ;

of Jelder he was known to be a sutlere From all along the river the cry comes residents of this "favored I'pot" have ten tion.

from rheumatic gout, and but ]little is for rain dry "'e have the products, and with the named it Tropic. To call it a favored This i is, undoubteilly, the most i tieauuful
more no rainy
very united co-operation of our citi/cns there spot is no exaggeration. Just think of locality in this or any other counto

known of )McClelland's! health priorto yet, the few showers hardly dampen the will be little difficulty in maintaining xrr' hundred and fifty dollars as the resultof There has been very little :sickness <#

developing the disease, but it is said surface, still trees, etc., look very well our position.In one man's labor, for five month's, on the island since it was first settled and

that she wa quite an invalid. and we have no blinding, choking, Cali- one acre of land. Remember, he was but few death at Tropic. A gentleman
furtherance of this object I shall not working five years to bring a dilatory in the last stage of consumption came
fornia tlu-t. not even when the wind
j endeavor to visit the various sections of orange grove into bearing, but he went here and died. Another death was that
:Minis.Mr. i 1 I
j I blows as it did la-t Thursday.: I I the county within a few week !1 1 to work in his garden with a hoe in of a :six-year-old child of one of our citizens

Andrew Carlisle spent Sunday at The Rockledge got ulmost to Melbouine; Very truly yours, October, and by the first of March his who died of typhoid fever. Ow

Minis.Mr.. on her Thursday trip, and then had to commission men, in Xew York and other residents i can remember but fuur C3--

give it up, and go back to Titusville. A. L. HATCH.Appointment. northern cities, had !sent him checks of typhoid fever in the whole Indian
Osborn killed bear in Joneshammock .
a We hear ('"> miles velocity an hour, reported amounting to six hundred and fifty dol- River country.

on Friday. at Jupiter, and 40 at Titusville, here lars vegetables raised from a singleacre. The saying has gone abroad in t eland

Mrs. A. J. Carlisle and -on spent Sunday for a short time it must have blown at MIAMI: DADE COUNTY FL.\. Eight acres of partly-cultivafed that "Crackers live on Yankee ID
with Mrs. Annie Carlisle. I the rate of 50 miles. The S. V. White land in i this place recently sold for five the winter, and fish and ,sweet potato

was otf and away as soon as the Rockledgegave I August 13th, ISsN.Editor II thousand dollars,since then three acres of in the summer." This may te true &

Mrs. Hatchett, of Titu-ville, visited it up and made much better headway Florida Star : wild land sold for two thousand five :some parts of the State: but we take &:\:

! Miss Eunice Harrison: la week.. I than we thought po ible. I hundred dollars. I trouble to "deny the soft impeachmentas
:3m-The Governor ha- ,
read the appointed Everyone's land in Tropic\ is fenced on far as this locality is concerned. -.
We of taken in fumigating
Hatchett lumber merchant
Mr. of great care 'I
Colonel Ferdinand Is
the mails from Jacksonville Bostick supervisor of the east by the Banana River and on the to the term "Yankee," by forl'J nt'Nltapplied
Titus\"i11e. was in town la-t Saturday. I the north, how each paper is taken from registration for Dade County, and you west by the Indian River, and on the indiscriminately to Il. Amen

Ground is being cleared and blocks set its wrapper, and exposed( the wrapper may look for an hone election in spite :I north and south by what-deponent cans, and it is losing the old diUngunl'

preparatory to the building of the newtorl' I! being afterwards tied on, holes punched of the charges the Fleming Club, of I; saith not, unless it is one or two stakes ins significance in this commoIUli\\ lea
and the good nature of the the war.
I owners. State that it had during
in letter: etc. It seems our lives and Lake Worth who will I I ,head oi
j health are not worth so much trouble as you see, only As this wonderfully-favored spot isonly our flag is seen flying at the mast bT

Miss Mabel Roberts is: being entertained our Jacksonville papers, and we have propose to support the State Democratic 1 I two miles long, and tapers from ships in foreign ports it is called .*
ticket. We know that is four hundred feet in width down to a the "Yankee flag;" and our
for a few days by her LaGrange I three of them come in the Usual wrappers a groundhogcase many make n.)
I mere point, there, necessarily, are but are called "Yankee tar, it
I nut disturbed not tied and the
on no trace have the
friends. I I as Republicans not **"
few in it and hail from
acres they are not all under difference whether they .
of any funugatory odor, that we can di. to bring out State ticket. I will A .
' I gall a cultivation. There"were gnr
; Mr. Ballard returned to Minis on Fri- cern. Why is this thus? Freights come I only seventeen Orleans, Charleston! or Bo-tun.

day and Mr. Kernodle left for Atlanta j I right along, except by J. T. &. K. \\'. Ry. I bring no charges against the :said club, |I acres devoted to garden l last year, many of the British call u* all S'ankee other>

as they are well known in Dade County. I but on these there were raised 2St, >2 I I We would say to tourists and

on Tuesday. The Democratic primary held on Look the list. Geo. W. Porter alias .!i 1 crates of vegetable There are a few "Come and see u..." We have very M;

Carpenters are at work on the rooms :' Monday, unanimously chose )Ir. D. at pine-apple patches here, and three hundred if any, land for !sale, and we market >
above Mrs. store them I \\". McQuaig: as delegate to the County I Geo. W. Potter, a Democrat. Alas \i, and fifteen barrels of this: delicious product of our gardens in the nort LAve
arranging Convention, with Mr. Downey as alter- poor Yorick, we know him well ; and i J fruit were shipped from our wharves the have no "catch-pennny" .e h iemkesentice

more suitably for her occupancy.Mrs. ]note, LaRue P. Ely was unanimously I Capt. James, an honest man of color ; past year. Our people have not gone into the money out of .your ( :.

Grey and her granddaughtershave I j i selected as candidate for justice of the who to i i! the cultivation of bananas very extemr4vely and, as the tourist season w our ba-i-- 9
was persuaded join so as to control *
fof this precinct, providing it but from little and we cannot ,
to Titusville. We j |peace! yet one patch, time in our gardens, J
gone regret i is or is made one. Mr.: E. has had a the Kansas vote of the lake. about fifty feet by two hundred, there you the personal attention we tcou

losing them even for short time. ; number of years experience in this ca- Some of the Fleming Club are very have been sold fifty dollars worth within to still we would be pleadedj to lurelike ...

Miss Venetia Minis passed a few days I j pacity.V'e have number of new converts good men, but, like old "Dorg" Tray, a few month:. you come and look at the flower
i to Democracy here and will do our i Here the picturesque, rocky shores are the banana and pine-apple Patches.apdtomatoes
last. week with the Misses and they in bad
l Egger I best fur the ticket. The vote will be i are company. bordered by tall palms which thrust snap-beans, weet co ?' inmost
I '"
Ros>er. We wonder if she took part in i' close here. Truly, i their beautiful plume-like heads high up all kind of vegetables groW i ,

the serenading. I U. WO*out' ( PATRICK L .xsos. 1 above the glossy dark green foliage of the garden in midwinter.I .

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D. L. Gaulden. r rB rI rT
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J; li iiiLUMRER YARD" -

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I I Largest and Best Stock of GEORGIA' PINE LUMBER ever.

Drought to Indian Rivers ,

: PINE: 1iljJ'" : CYPRESS E Oil,1r1\J,,.j.J.Mu312B!n, J ow.ATTTliuJj.DIGS l'J of all.

kinds, LATHS i and BRICK

Builders' Hardware.

ash, Doors and Blinds, Oils and Paints ;; Everything necessaryto

complete any building promptly filled to order.WE .



-.. T. HA'rCHETT & CO., Titusville, Florida.





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II I I to elect the above delegates !! I CARDS. : -
The Death Roll. thereinon / ------ ............_----" ,._- ,...,... ..........,
t i. will be held at each voting place 8K YOUfi GROCER :
#i the John 5th Sbillito inst. Jr., diets at New York on Monday 20th day of August at :2 A i 1 I. LA. CJIXGUA,

ii Charlf Wolfonl, past grand master of o'clock p. in. FOR I II S. H. RAY

the sovereign 1 I-*!?** of the worM Independent I The following the persons Democratic have Executive been appointed .-- i i I ATfTiT-LAW= AND NOTARY PUBLIC. ,

1 Order of OM Fallows-, died at Louisville, as
'! Friday aged; vt-nty-eijht. j Committee for each precinct, and requei -- Hock Ledce, Florida.

Captain Thosna* M. P.ra her, TaiitedStates I i ted to arrange for the primaries their = -- -- -------
rat Navy, retired, died -a-M--nly in Brooklyn j' respective precinct: s II : Successor ta J. C. Norwood and Co.

Pa t Supreme Cfaaiio: .r Samuel Read of ,: Haulover-C. II. Xauinan.J.>. Vann, !

I the Knights; of Pythias. died Sunday at his Ed. Sum merlin.i ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,

i hemp at Mount Holly. N. J. i Canaveral-X. N. Penny, Roljort j I I Titusville, Florida. TITUSVILLE FLA.Gen' .

t 1'eraoutLl.Gen. Ranson !: I

Harrison and family will give visitors ; Rockledge-Lyman Darnes, R. C'I,, s; y y a t I JONES & WILLIAMS, I

:\InC.. 15.: )ra i 1
tli>s temporary shake by repairing: to Middle _ru er.

t) 4 Bass island about August 20. \ialabar-I :\r YJal1. Ed. Arnold.Melbourne I .\.ttH'nc)'.-atl..a"t t

Hon. W. C. P. Breokinridge, of Kentucky ] -S. F.: Gibbs, I). \\'. Mej j i c. rwv ***_i.i ,.v *-ix *
<- ?i- ct? Titu \'iJle. Florida. '
;1l I denounced himself as a candidate for reelection Quaig.Ilarker's. :
'4 to congress. Blutf S. Kitchin;. Jelt1l"t.y x ---

The president has issued an order placing Cain, Paul Kroe el. !j 'c: --.f.-'I: ;: GEO.1. KOIUIIN, Merchandise !

31*3. Gen. ttcboileM!' in command of the Titu..rilleH.. Ray Frank Paced \ :. i: '.-- / 1

I; winy, with headquarters at Washington E. B. Wager.: I. -.. : .L. : ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, I

t p The Fire Itecord. : Narrows-J. P. nrl'\.". John J. LaHo'ht' .a-' TI[TrsviLLE, :L.\. ___ I I II

By an iuccndiary fire at Fresno, CaL, Noah A gee. M. THRASHER

i 4 I property to the v:sue (If $: JOOiJ\J, \ was destroyed Fort Drum-Monran; Swain, Henrv *,. 'p"Holme '' A. STORE.t

and it Ls thought one man was ., J. T. Padgett. "*;I \ VPQ ." W /f TT ( ATTORNBY-AT-LAW-

burned to death. City i Point-J. D. Hatter, T. R. Dixon uui iidub-Jid'la' fldlii! ,
; P. O. .
I Dos 2 fl. S.\XFi'RI\ t L\
t ALMOST BURIED ALIVF. R. A. Hardee. ; Will practice in all the c-mntie* of the Seventh
w Merrritt's Io'lanJ. II. Sams, \\-. R. : Circuit and Supreme; Court. 3
14 Top Frightful Experience of a New Philadelphia Sanders, .1. R. Carter. ---- -- --- ---'- --

i Girl. Eau (Jalllie-I). J. Stewart II. R. R 1;. IH'RCHFIELD, I I'rl'l"',' ttl k"t !I'

NEW PHILADELPHIA, 0., Aug. 18. Emma Olmstead, T. .I. Snell. .' 'l 4aS :, u J

Traxel, the pretty eighteen-year-old daughter i Georgiana-Allen Rooihe, Charlie Migrudcr -
of Jacob Traxel, has: had thirty-six Rufus te'art.L"lrangt'Thm3 I COUNTY SURVEYOR.Orders A First-Glass !

f4; sours of ugouj seldom experienced by mortal Johu"ol1..1.. AND BONELESS BACON. by mail will receive as promptattelltiull I Stock
She taken sick
e mind. was on Saturday
Carter, Perry D:l\ as calls in i
morning, and seemed to be dead. She was NONE tNUINC UNLESS: SNOWING OUR PAr ?me person.Addre
Fort Pierce T. J. DcSteulvn. .J.-: :. : .
( in a trance only, and endured the unspeakable : : Georgiana, Fla. .
1 Dell, \V.V.. Import. ; nCHEO TO THE: STRING .PoD TH': .
horror of hearing all the preparationsfor --
Eden-Thomas E. Richards. .1. II LtTotirnati. "- i ATKINSON
her burial Sunday. Her weeping relatives _- H Il

dres-ei the fair form for the grave and !.: 1) L. GAUI.DKX. Cliairuia- .1 littlf: I! tgfecr: I i:1: (frire ut !,:; aT'.niif-l.? I I;*:.:!1 \ I i I l
j placed in this coffin not dreaming that .
their dear one was; conscious of all they did. : II. ATKINSON, :Secretarv. : Bel"1 I It l

On fc'un lay evening; Emma made one last, -- --- --- ; For the Sceond Justice District i of GROCERIES
:!t pliirin.; tlt'urt to speak: and to the intense I \lnlcouIIt\" : Court days third Mom'uiy : i

astonishment all joy of her friends sat up FIRE 5LARS THIEVES i of each Illt) lth. j ,
in I'T cotlin. She does not like to talk of her

experience during thcsi awful hours, and it # TU. s_\XDEI ;; t
trill be s rue time before sUw recovers from Sh..PES --- !

{ the shock. I Justice of the Peace for the Thirteenth i DRY GOODS :

j Married 11 i 14 f ti>-I>itughter.CAXAJOHARIE OUR VSC7CF! I District. f ,

N. Y., Aug. 10.-Levi W. i CnrUTNEY Fl..tlltt. I Ii

t I Kawyer mid Miss Sarah Cunning, of Broad- mfiC3 Safes i Court d U\ the 1..1"11at1I'i.: ..;: .>ttd, m.int'.i.: '
alhan have just IK-MI married. He is fifty- Hnnsenom I --_ I NOTIONS

fuur year old and she is tweuty-six. The Jf : ,
disparity of ages, however is not as much ;
the peculiar feature of the marriage as the Are expressly meant to supply an ur Have von Couch T>r>vnohititlirrrt, Inlioo"tl"f; Use,
demand from Farmer "Lnvyert PARKER'S GINGER TONIC r.'i..nt Lty. it
gent !
: fact that Miss Cunning was the step-daugh liud cured many'>r tlio -the, Ij.-tn'ini'tjy; :I .
{ tor of Mr. Sawyer. The father of tha bride Doctors, Small Storekeepers, Postmasters, 1 for all atfeetioiis of the throat and lug ;,, aai-a.-3 i M'li' La.th'. ," ; .hiltl..n...
I Express and Railroad : Township ari'intr from impure blood anol"l.bauo..tlOn. The ft bio ,
F was killed in the civil war. When she was Agents, and sick ->trurniiiK ajrunst II.cu.and slowly! drifting !
old her mother married to and County Ojririak 1'Ttt, ers, Retired 1 to the grace, will lanionya.es r.--<.\--rtf-. rhealtht y ,
two was { :;
1 years t i the tintely use of lIurker Giii>.' '>nii'.I>ut -Liy I ir.uijreroilM. | !
1 Mr. Sawyer and, the family lived peacefully Busint' 3ICtt r'Jf Families, for a first- !: Take it ::. n- )0'. It is rivtju.rf..r ail i>,tinj '
till the death of the wife, three years ago. ZI !rs6 e: f. class fl,; e-prccf, bargar-priKf combination ,i amldisorilersof:: itoMiacUai.il t..1. t-Oc.at it'ruggit i I' ; moo mss.
"' "'
' lock EtitV' tida >eli in capacity
By her father sous were born to Mrs. Sawyer, ]
to whom their halt-sister is now step # and price to suit their requirements. EXHAUSTED VITALITY'

mother. one of the ous has a wife and I ,., The Victor is first-class in every res- :
r- 1':0I :N( :Lt.: I
L'hiM, and another holds the position of pect warranted fire-proof, and constructed r rI'IlE. :
guard in the New York house of refuge. I % in the most improved manner. ,
I f :.lcd.1: : burro of the'!
The other tw.) live under the paternal roof. 3 We now ue on each and every safe 4" OF LIFE ,t .
cunstantlts .:
a ; > rr-
Sawyer is \\ell to do. ... our new non-pickable combination ,
W i }----- ----- bus ainl: rhysical; : !) '-
lock, and inside bolt-work. It has all -4.-
M'holitUl Placed In Command. I ---- r-- blty[ Pact.>a-o 1)1 ,'- :EATS
J round exterior beautifully
corners, ,
WASHIXOTOX, Aug. 17.-The president has 1 THYSELF/1 Kir" ; Toil hiil 1
finished and ornamented by hand with J II the .
: mito1' mir-
{ issued an order aslning Maj. Gen. SchofiVld all burnished portions nickel-plated. i.'vl'ngEtvillint th.'re.nl i'N' i'3- i t.... 'S ;'!t- !
to the eoaur.and of the army of the United k Interior nicely fitted up with sub-treas- '; -..ripliinif'T! all 'li>ei.-.es. Cloth.! full !:ilt.CHIY: *'.I.', i iI
States = I; I liy uuiil, ",.akin IIIiiMrativi> saiiiplv free;" a i \ 1 '._
uries, book-eaacee, and pigeon-holes. !i nnl nildlle'aI.: d lIlen. :Send now. 'J'It t;, '.. 't
4 Three :More nt the HatlirMs Killed.T Advertisement No. 1. :I IcwelJed Medal awarded to :authority tn- Y -.t'.>nI |
I al Medical Association. Address I'. lox! '. i ii CLOTHING
0. \" < > !1. >
C.uutT 'no, :Ky.. Aug. 10.-The Hat- No. I. Farmers Size 19x12x13, weight 135 Ibs.! $24.00No. i i ton, Mas., or Dr. W. II. P1ItKEiat i .' pi

field: and McCoys are UD to their old Pike 2. Household Size, 22x15x16, 250 Ibs. $30.00 I Ibrv1rdI"I11l'al Collect']" &; ;yeir-'j-r-i' cc 1': !'.+.- \
county tricks again. Frank Phillips the No. 3. Small Dealers' Size, 28x18x13, 600 Ib3. $40.00No. '. h \ ISulfiurh St. Specialty, l>'-t--e-i of Mnt.: '
sheriff, was out collecting witnesses, and i 4. Postmasters' and Office Size 32x22x22 300 Ibs. $60.00 Cut this out. You may nttr see it uaiti.. i

when in the neighborhood;, of Peter, was attacked No. 4 has inside door, with flat key lock, duplicate keys. Pub-treasuries I

by three men. lie repulsed them, ; have flat key-locks, with duplicate keys. We are sole orrncr of! p"tert.s and sole 4 t'n1's FlIl'uihim liutultiAL (,

and later heard a skirmish between the Hat- i. manufacturers of the Victor Safts. We caution IJer:5U1aJli t inakiny, buying, selling I :

cr infringing on our patents.
& ld and : Upon it' using
McCoys. investigation
? ; Every firsi-c'ats safe company manufactures under patent It i* Snngcrou t'> buy
M-&S found that the bloodthirsty gang: had : dates. O .
spurious goods bearing no patent
temuporarilvsati4i..\1 their thirst for blood Every person who is in need of a safe will find it profitable to correspond with I

by killing three HatfH.ls<< and wounding I us at once, before an agency is established in his locality, and receive the benefit I

three )lC.JThp trial of the nine now in '; of our Special Offer in open territory. I

the Pikevillj.til (oom s i.-jf this week.t'rHnri We want G mrtll'Jerchants anti Dealeri to help U3 carry out our Inttr-Sta CROCKERY, GLASSWARE\

AVillurtl' Opinion. 'I CQ-Operatire Plan. ExclllS control frt'C. A highly profitable connection to last
lift-tlmc. n ill curt but cent for postal card to learn full part:
CHICAGO, Aug. IS.-Miss Francis Willard probably for a Jn a (

addressed Local! .-\,-nblr No. 7.33, :Knightsof t culars. Illustrations and tettinmonials Fl'nt on al'nlication. In writing us mention ijSMl

Labor TisusiUyveiling at the advertisement No. 1. \dlrt'.
cf the ord r. She made one of her charac- The; Victcr Safe &, L.Ic'i' ij", CHCHNATI! ), O. HARDWAREt

Uric and el "i'ieiitpeeches, pleading e.s ------ -- -- -

pecially for temp ran:e and the equal rightsof : -
woman. The present tar If >he deviurvdto AND :. : 1

be a tax on the poor man for the i em-fit l r. a. t a x v, .. !

of the rich, and the idea of protection a delusion l PARSONS' PILLS 1 r. #Jf"i\\"o-. : : : -\. ; :
and a s ar--'. i'l'r remarks were recaived 'ji} tt, W '" /1 .

enthusiastically, and at their conclusion n Ship Chandlery Goods. i
t Jlu> AVillurd was ; iveu 1t"ote of "
of thank <* %&& J ji l:;i|
i\LA"1: :E'V XMCEI :BLOOD, ) 1t"+ { I
Cable Notes. Jr.rHU
Ami will completely change: the blood in tlio entire system in three month Any per. iiiNtTHL If t
The kin and of Irivw MACrnr -
,; qu- Portugal; .oa vho will take 1 Till each night from 1 to 13 weeks, may be restored to souu' 1 *
arrive at Kchl where they will be of f :
!health if such a thing !pos.MMv.'. Tor curing Ft'maleCOllll'lainb these Till hate no I .
Emperor Frauds J os-ph. c-quul. Physicians Use them in their practice. Sold everywhere, or sent by mail for LADIES' FAVORIT(:. 1 r:.!
Gen. '"aill:'. Italian minister of war, denies .!.', its. iu stand>*. Send for pamphlet. I. S. JOn\ US & CO.. liOSTON, MASS.: KLVZH OUT OP ORDER.T These will lie the main Katun- t
that the of the :Kern ----- ----- -- .
< cv patiou was t
dfe're to purclmw r =>eW-i; 7 nic' ; m' r .t .F
ynti but order sent me
effected on behalf! of the government.The WA CROUP! ASTHMA, BRONCHITIS.JOHNSONS : .' i t-ur fluent; at your i iieo u-r te-uia *. ';..i. business x
ANODYNE: LINIMENT will irm.irUuieuu "ces. It cannot find otrr r? .atwf:; ...
: you
Mi,ar bount e< conference ad- t
M I I1HTH ERIA >i> rcl'thhl! : terrible disease, and will Iv..L'\! ./ ':r--t tonPuret address to:yi.u tWlnw:1:!r.'r' : thing kept in any store iu
journe.l until August; 27. There is not a l cure tune ('.:>e.s out of ten. Inrorlll.ltl' n th.lt1; ;\ ir : 1
:'1\ I l\-s 'vnt free !h\ rtul!. iHjii t Ut-lay a lauW' :..t.a '!: \ : \ tiili--i: 1Will
of the
bright pl'Oal'C..t agreement subject .. l'rdl n.'U L> LietUT than cur a.I."JIIifU); ;ESE t'1NG hiACr1NE: G.r".,,;:".Lt Ijj dJle- win heprrmpty! \

cf Two abolishing thCu..aall"aJin the bountie:: Imp. ialUts met in JOh\ SOrJ'8 ANODYNE LINIMENT i!nah rn2tln, /rlcr: i ciitcAGo28 ILU CNCN GlUAQEc-: :.;E.:.:;. rt

\t :,r.a.:_ :. I. :. .' .. .. : ..r. J II' _' ;. ... : .I I : .it. te I.Mn.-.v'tiri'mc HoarsenessHarkingCoiiuh. XVhi"pinsr! t'"iih, !'t LOU:' AT.lANTA.g.A''t'1tr. ?.,. ::':Gil : f
Pans, Wednesday. M. Legoux presided ,. .. )
; .1'ct.r. j-.o" .
t litme K'.iuui.i: : : I.t. '> !' ] >\ !"'\.lh..lcr.l Miirtnit. Kiiinf> TruubkIneaaca( ol" c.>
,. ... __ ____ ___ ______ .
A patriotic address was voted to Prince tpiiKand Luuie l .1\.1i. NIIJ ct.'rIII r feud n-r j-utupnUt: i-< I. S. JOHNSON & to. HUl'lrus1.\:> n I

Victor. At a banquet which followed the \OTICI:. i "
Itisa\\\.kn'wnf.ll'lt'ltm"sl'! f
greatest enthusiasm was manifested. llor-u' and I ..'t'''" l'-w-r! 1 li' MI iCountrv ..
i* w'Ttn1e s; t.a, :-Id.'i!: MAKE HENS LAY To "II Wltt1/1 it 1.tIY(1(1"> i n : i Fruitsr.Eggs ChickeJ 5
--- -- -- ---- --- -
fimJui'T. iVudir is! a'''; 1 :, .y .ur .cu \ Six weeks from the first publication of ; buy ,
1 Call for Itrcvaril CountyDcmofratic t-rv r.tuxtc.uthim.: on earth this notice the will
.Ill make bens lay like >ht'r tlan'; Condition Powder. l>ose me teispoonful to each pi* underigneil apply I
('onfiition.. -. X-jja <*."tvtu-f ..rjot-.w..w..itVJ'tS.lJ", it u,* '-I! H..t..l' OK'-iJ a<*' to the Honorable Henry Priest t. ex-olli-!i ..
The IVinoiratiiparty of Drcvanlcounty eio county jud f'. having probate jurisdiction -I i Or any Country- ., 1\1\. t

in and for Dade county. Fla.. ,
\\ ill hold a convention at the SEASOl'T 3LSS8-89. for letters of administration of the os- I'' or friends may I.! i!

Court-house, in Titusville, on \r( nt'>- j tate of my brother. August liars. deceased {
day the oth day of SeptemWr. !<$> at ." ; '. ; late cf said county of Dade.1IEIXntCtc tflo
',\. "\ ...... II }
,"...: '"-.).. \ \ \, .. ;:::1 .o4J I j/ I / H.utS.
three o'clock i>. in., for the urpo':>e of \o y\v1 J/' .\.\ \ -: n ..... _I UJ ,, I riysi ',' 'Q: .' :j Waveland. Dad. County! Florida. ti
:>' ) -7 Y\ .....' C'.t 1J ,,' -J' .. ...:.. 4J and 1 "<.
making emocratic nomination to fill 1 i UJ .l + i July > lUJt. i
y, "C- ... 4 z. Y 12 '/
.)J ,>--v"; ;\\ZC\. > ( :} : L'+ ..: ct'J'.... Q. cc- ;: / I i
the following otJiees- : } .'C'1=:-" .., ..,4.::':'S toS',-, -2>\>->,:'"
:State Senator from the 13th District, t/:/J'----(100).: ? 6--v[ -A.. \;.. "\; __'- 'OZ, Qed.Ci Z ::; :_! 5 :c'l J ..J.. ::::.1- ,... ?_. /./J oo- ..:::/ / '// WANTED j i I ak for a share of the Pu'ti ;' i'"
.. :1L'' .. .J ? .7 ?' :< 4-7 I
of hu"t' fL.. .fI./ T'x')o"t: JT :. _a __ \ :. ... C :::: :- ."!' : .., .,.. ./
;t member of Representatives 11' :,,_' -----I. .. -_" -I'', I. ... -J ?...: or" ,; // Ij hta"fdictator 'I. :
;n r-- i:; iLl -J ""' > : ;;; I.liahh' alHIc.tiu' Mi-n to tra-.t-l for ua ;j age, and com a* a *u|>|
from Ilrevanl county, County Jud!e, : <-t tiMisliKl II' I:,- uiiriun the suuiluer mouth j i
t Clerk of the Circuit Court"Sujierin- g;:;: ? ,{ Rinse who i-an HaLl.,!: a J--rw and, IlIV security ; asking for y'-ur 1. \ 1i
1'reterred 1I"utah..lll.ed :uutl.lv to
of 1'uMic Instruction. pay ex- ;i
tendent !
County f= -.- :- -- ; .: 'T-\'r; \ =\ 't l. .. .:W' :_-- -- penseA ;;next 4iiiiie for the right lliu .' .
Surveyor, County .\*- '*..or ,.f Taxes, '-_ "J\!: ..; ; -J .,.' '-h., 1 ..{.,; -; ? ;:;- -..?:" _: Ute: a :f". busiiieiierieice, and to rate time ;i If courteous treati"tnt.
County Tax Llltt'l.ttJrunt'. : : brttrrend names aid aJdr 1Ioo of rtterencen. So
Treasurer lkltfLt! : ; !i. / t:, ....: attention paid to i"..*titl card... Nevr mind about uti Jc.\1' tjgurr-; I-
.tN l1r >
also IQOt
and a new DemocraticExecutive .
; ':""-i'-i'.JI".4. ... .- p--_ '.-----.J l1.ru' I I0. -i-": .. sendiug stamp tor rt'.I.Idrt".e "III >IN ILsv. ,** i

Committee. .tt,, r. ::..?: 14 t{ ii' :;;:... i. -t t: :' -v. liux_11.___IlicLiuoiid_h Va. ___9-ymo.__ !I the caodkbtr i-r
J.. ,. .... -; '.
Each precinct will be entitled to the >.. ';:r. .s. 'I' V'T :<1.fJ1.7'i: 'f';; ,
t.. ; ; '. ; :: i!; ":'p. :....' '; "\f. l] _.. 'ti ;.3. I TO 01-U li \nCns.. I Il
number of .1" ... .. l. ,.,. ---& l'ultK fx"ur Ir
following delegates ::&.,.... : ;; .:.:; -t: 1 1I r
-\ .. -- '" -
!Tt !:'ttIC.. ..' ..- ... __ flla.b.: ,. ,1i > I
/ ; Malaria
Darker* Ulutf.: .1 Haulover..... ... ..:2 G.-. .. Sf.- .. ... ,I. ..1''Y., = -fit ; "f" ; : .. 1. or Ague Surely Cured!! tIlt 11 rID
A." .. '- ': L..r.1:;; Y SAf.4fT. :....., '-J-JA :3i In this broid ao frtiou. we s.rak not fairly, but l it
City Point..3 LlUrange..4 s. CS : state positnely that the.,. and all miasmatic -

Canaveral ...........1 Merrill's hlallll...*! !;;: ;? 101. ; g'f. : I poisons can be radically driven from tb *">y.ttm. I elected.Your .1
... ._ ,. .,.. -l ,.1.-- ... ..... and a permanent cure guarantee.
---"W. .- .. "W'rl.t | Ibonsaiids !
>: olyniccae
Eau Gallic..........3 Malabar ............1 / '" "- --. : "; -r,. (" .'")-( whose ffsfimMliaJ, bar ,
= : fl :. v..f.i! l\t.; ; ;J; ; tridritrf have I
Et1en..l Melbourne..I .- I been cured by our infallible rtndr.. which con. Ii Ii i
Fort Drum......... 2 Narrows.............I \ ;tri @?f s .li ': tain neither quinine imtm-.or anything jnjurious. i ;-, :tnxluu-* tu Ika.'t"S.

Fort Pierce........ 2 Rockledge] ;..... ...." -"''=. .,...)..,:. ... 't :i I" r.' ,. ; standing Full trE'atmfoLt also trial frf remedy by old phyi-ician gent on receipt of hij.h."t of! addres .
-- 11. .g fi. < :'.ti Ivlt i '. to ;
Sj- I AS.HIEL MEDICAL lnat'. it'l\ tj.o.nwvY. N.Y. '
: \: -- H.I
r The primaries of each of the above : -.J \3wtJ.. .



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ALSACE-LORRAINE. F. T. lll'DGE.BTJ3DOE1 JI.' TIn.< s-tli'.

Notice i is hereby tn\T that under and

WAR IF FRANCE AT- OLIVER & i \ virtue of a final diim{ ..i sale and foretfuture -
THERTESPTS: nndend{ l>v tin. Ift noRiMe 1 .]...huH.ll1'oc'Dlt'
TO RECOVER IT. Judi"\> of the < irtuit <.
Dealers inGEORGIA the Seventh Judicial Circuit ot the Stute.f

of a Ru"-German ComlDerc1lAJ Florida, on the 2tUh day of May. _\. I t.
}io rr I'f'd' lssx, in a it'rain cause In l'hanecrv th -n.
Treatj-RUSSIA Joins the Porte PINE LUMBER I in I,ndin.r: in the Circuit i'.urt for'Ctrs I "\ ar'!
A aln"t Italy-The ""hUeraaba C't and for
fA the Trotyl llt1t'- th >einuit .u"ortid, nh'rand \ -
jlgaln-Other Foreign New in \vi.ht\ )1. Sewani io ttn lt.1tintu t

20.-At the unveiling of WillL'in i le\tlai'd i> .!Kndant I ."
:* AND
EWU to the memory of the lataLj LATHS Master in l aiutn. will M'11. for *:....h. ;
monument the hilu.st i l hi.lttl'f.n :11ou.tayAugn-t '.lliI .
Frederick: Charles at Frankfort I l ....,. the-ami' Wirsj th,> tint Momlit. ill

fcEperorU'M": : at a breakfast given in General I iard V\Ta..re ; the iiunth.! in fn>t>* ot the Court !Ii:I t?,,.
said in reply to the burgoDIt.l.sttr'sh
kj honor, t door, in Titu\ilK. I5n\.in i.1>'.ti' \
j : "I well know Low to appreciate the I Florida U'twi-en the !legal! honr .>fale .;i'f

fervent and faithful devotion that for the foIowim.Ieseriba.i! real estate, townMl
ttntunes tet of have bound the Prussian people to Sash, Doors and Blinds ; Stoves Tinware i and Crockery. I I that teriain lot t.r tract ot land wi:',

the l tuit.1il1 there
tie! Hoh'uzol1ern8. 'n. Mtnatetl, trim; and
William L well knew whom he Win. on MerritlNlnml.. in the meets ..f

ejected.Emperor when he conferred Prince the command Frederick(1arleL of I PAJI: TS .A..r D O XT sRefrig'erators : i.u\\n\.ird]! :, tu-\\.ii and t"h'.i: Florida! sit''s.'rit.rdt i .

Third army corps upon :
the The prince's iron frame, powerful I The north halt of tin -.ntli-t.i-t 'j iat ;. i
,21 and strategic genius rendered him eminetlly Water Coolers, Ice Cream Freezers : i- t- \11\ oftttion un 110:, ttit..en-l.i)>
qualified to command. This is a serigataDf t\\eiit\-four I:!4I), south ft ninsre thirty ....1 rti
Emperor William I., PriM::! Frederick Screen I (; ) ta:-t. AM! the cat halt of the ad inlit : -
Wire Screen Windows Screen-Wire Doors. .. .
i t cj the
Charles and other great military com I : tjiitrttr outh-ea-t .luarhr..1:
panders and helpers in the creation of the MXtiit: tin \\I0 >, ti>Hiishu> iMtnU-lfiir ttojiih 1 .

are DO more, though they will (x>u' I of raligt' thirtv-M\ ; .'ttl, t.:i..!. t'>m.-
tame to live in the memory of the German POWDER AT NEW YORK PRICES. I titling oiti huiidnti .u'u>.
people forever Just as the people of Hrindenourj : Witn...-> m\ han,! :u..t.d 1 tiii. ;.i. .i.t\
with their iron l strength: and unwearied -I 7' 17 "jr I of flay. ,\. I*: IS* '. '
ILL\K. -FLOH 1 In.A. :I ..\
activity wrest a livelihood from i I WALTER :s. (;R.111A3i.I i.

the ItrvUe soil, so the Third army core; ; 11'h'1 in 4'ii uuft\ .
crated victory from the enemy. M. Hamilton & Co., ''BIG MO i'TE T'. t. .";OUO \t.l'.\;:N:!:'i tilt.'> >1'1\" vnH I:. !,':.:.l .h..1 it .tore t.> sti| T. n Million votersCLEVELAND I! .Ji' | :

"The deeds which the Third army corjtschieved : : ; !
( they owed to the prince.. There TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA, 'D THURMAN -ptGiitrr

can be Las DO thus question been as gamed.to the Our surrender eighteen of 11 lmol......alt' Pt'at-l'! iu 1\. l Hun \\'.. I I' n'l 11-.1 I.; ai-u JIIt-,1 :Vr(1! ',t :.iit!!; \l1.t.) .t. ni":.it V>t..r.. (.' ,rtn.l,,., I.i.\. U. : .
abet ,
tormlriU: I i h 1. t. r.'mm ; t ti \t, It, r.2.'It ''ii n:. I''" sort: ,'.-. F'r I..t \, .rk. aj i'i!;> '|uuk and
army corps our a';4'iOUOtXX of people, ought make $ i'u( tn s>;o" a m Iitl. < uti' .: ? JlI'I\: !,l' 1i(.>x l'L ll.h <.lj>hu. la
rather to be left on the battlefield than to Indian River Oysters

be taken. With this sentiment I drink to
the welfare of the Brandenburg people." 1 1" 1 SI-I: Egyptian Queen Pine Slips.Bone I II

The youne emperor has evinced discretioninblautterances J INT1-I 1:1r1:1 1 : NTT1SE1LLES._ Ii I
and would hardly have un-
oeoaarily turned hU remarks into that Green Turtle and Game. i\, \ Meal, Tobacco Stems Cotton-seed Meal, Cow Peas & Fertilizers. i ,

channel, eroept for a purpose. He desired All crier. will n.c.t.I.'t. pionipt :unliiKlul.it! ('ATVKxjfi MUI[ .11)[ FHFE.i: 7'i-: Ami Sjmip )lake: Supplies.
iH Germany to hear what he said, wit an
lI'nt lUll. wild tlu i" 1>>' tt'li'_;i':ii>li, .
apparent view: of familiarizing the German h-ttt.t' 01 114'1".011. IT ,.1111H) KKAC1I: : IiMliaii Kiu 1nr t'I.it.S, Ella Jlelhounus 1Itl.M11ory I
people with an expectation of war with

Fnnce. Indeed, Bismarck has manipulated For Cataltgue and lpy of N>rgboni
the German press! to accomplish! the same TITUSVILLE i i : S. S. Line
purpose for some tiuia Yet meanwhile thePreach I ruwl'r'o- ( ,Jui.lt-' addre.

French press government have disclaimed and even any the intention volatile FURNITURE STORE. I I NEW YORK: AND FLORIDA. CHAPMAN & CO.,; MADISON.{ : I IHR,

to determine to attempt the recovery of '
Alsace Lorraine. This implies that under TilLI :
I 1'iit'I, 1.C: : 1H.1KH: \\ UN.'!.I I M :.11':: I' tVti.tIr.1:1'Ehv'1'IICI1-1.11':
certain conditions Uermauy will become the '
tggre :sor. x1:11 'fuel{, lO1'TO .(V7i 1'I11iI) I L'111. I

The belief obtains, as is often reiterated by I rlhe Iron Meain4iii.I'V1T OF TPC'l: .l'\. OF -.1N AN'IONK ), UlOiIKANDK I AIITOHTICSELPSKIMMINT

military men that in the pruseut state of A. 11'osoher i I ( :, inipo-t tl-e 1 londa :''i\i('('. |I
development of the science and means of I .
war that nation will have an immeu.e ,I l* jssiar, <' Iat*"%, ottoii Florida anti A ('\\ \- stlic 1

advantage Inch is prepared to strike" first PROPRIETOR. 3.o\\'osl.
That there his been nothing practical elFfCtttl i LtiIt Iittcof Fn.i lynt :th\a\- 1 <>u' a i... l oinpetinj : lanes. '

Ly the imperial visit to Kusi b. the judg. : Earlyumiu[ Train Every llmr:-.lav Imam |M ints on J. T iV K. W. If ail way I
mentofUto St Petersburg press, which! is i toimeeSith steamerame day at I'ernamlina.SCHEDULE., I AM>
dinlwl in iu opinion upon whether tho I
French ttpubhc is stable enough to trarruntan Parlor Suites, .
.l14auCIt with llussia. The latter has no Nonl'II-Iht'\Il-Steaut-lil|>- Mil ii. m I\iu.indina every Thursday p. iu., Perpetual!;i EvaporatorsI

interest whatever in common with any I arrival of train; froth :mouth Florida, ami 1>::'JO l a.ui. ar.d 4'ii"p.ui. trains from Jack

member of the central alliance but their Bed Room Suites, somille, a- follow : I I .\ : > nn::

tJrommtrcal other interests are didinetrt L'lTY OF AX ANTONIO, Caj.tuiu Wildtr. .. .. .. ...Thur.'liy, Aug. 2nd

call Jppt)edl STATE OF '1'\.1-, Captain Wiun!! .......... ..... .... .. .. ..TIiursLiy, ** Ifth
the .' rth (;eriuau JJazjlte, lli..IUlil'ck'\oI Beds, Mattresses, CITY OF :AN ANTONIO, 'attain Wildtr... .. ...... ...... .. ..Thursday: li.th; I Improved Victory Cane Mill

lurjan, declared that the "tre vi HII of action !, M'ATII OF TEX_\., Clptlinrill!innol.: .. ...... .. ....,.......,..'Urnr-day, 2: r(l
j which the Mi vuvv ja/.otte urges Hus.-ill to CTl'Y OF SAN AN'lOMO. Captain \\' .. ... .... .. .. ........ .Thursday[ :: lthStn OPK) PEl'IAL'1'I: r:-.
maintain aaniu&t: German (cuauueivi.il: Springs i, MI,I/"i M 10--,tl"uu..hlla:1| ti ui \t"\\ \.t\ tier N". .1, 1:. I: f IK.t ot Fultou street:every Fruia\. !
EcroichmeuU is of the highest nnjKjrtuncd to at ;; p.in,. d> t"How-.: Also Portable Soda Fountains.
j German) economic policy and hence tier July bill, Itll.:: 2( th. _7tli a \U 11..t ':r.l 1'ith 1'th, :24th. ol-t; Septt'nift-r ;th, Uth. :21st "Hth.
ICHDJ Las no intention of impairing thi; And everything iu the ITKM'l'TKIv; !. ri'"Llirt..t:111: }'tetglmt \ia Mahi":. H anisliH',' I.n... troin I'er V.>. '.'1 K: K Vw \<>rk. I t'E :. Prit.o Low and! <(< ;lood-! (;,UUtI1tl..1.
I loc.tt d
ql'h'lal Ageut-are at ill prim 11 m points tlr"1..Jt Florida, here tickets cart Lt-IUt'* an .
liL8rt by a comuieicial agreement witlMoreover line Call mid -ef thee\\" Mock I 1Lh'rlllathllll.a..tallll"lI. -
RUlbIa." I! .--'blt'.rlltlIIiS and IH iUi, Miuitd lit ulvaiiit from JKkmilltaiid tfrnaudiuj office
the Italian acquisition in Aby just receixcil. I w.Traiu", tram 1:' IX.. U'y. run dirt'dlto ship'-> mode at Fenuuidwo.l ARTESIAN \YELLS.N.
.. .
I :t..ltiy tnrtlier mtuflUalil'l tan he \ t tu t cunia, which German approves, does Hut i J. M. t't1I.LH: Passet.ger Agent corner Bat :u.llllt:1t1! streets. acktoiiille, I'b.
I wit Russia as the following dispatch fn)1Il Ktvj tull-upiih: of met.xlht anti \\ooden I: W. M>niIMOKteut: Feriuilidliia Fla.It I
i!Si Petersburg indicates: j It. 1. \Ylll"lI. Oeiieral Tm\eiinK Acllt. I ----

"Ru-ia joins the protest of the 111"tt' Coffins, Cases anti Caskets. i C. H. MALLORY & CO.. Gen ral A!eals. Pier 20 E. R. JEW YORK ClfY. i

tw-lW a-ttnstthe "Italian claims to Misnviuah, ill Funtrali attended if tll'sin't1.11 order C. BRYAN & CO.

All the drift > promptly extiutid, and at reaouarate .
Europe, as advaiiivd by Antivurt| .l to contract for anyw
done. i
ptuonal acts mil declarations, is rapidly "
{toward war.fuumumeuta, Artesian i \\VIU anti \Vttt-r 1 upj,lv, ami

film the yueeu's At ttuu.. -- j ji jI i I Elicit eorre.mIKnmlenee for Cheap Tvrnt

L1Doa. Au,. CO.Many UN the! com at
IQenu that have followed the queen' act vf I
coatributug 150: tq the Irish: con-tabulary jI i I TITISVII,!,!:, 1..L.\.
mono! I 1 .

j 1 tal apia The" consider the Liberal Irish that In journals it general will depieoato,have as it accentuate bad the effect gif Real Estate Dealers, I THIS SPACE IS RESERVED NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC.

I k
a disagreeable
l I manner where the queen'l Ii lte M colt, !) tdt' ('u", I'la.
l"Ia> *thies are placed. It also contrasts inanplt'8al1nt i Poll I t Ii you have any

manner her feelings toward a !4ke tm 01 th. FlorIda it- tb. mo-t tropical part of I
l who could be loyal to her if they the Mate It lire parallel With the oCt'anleach, U" i OLD FURNITURE
ill, and the very different feeling she entetalus :" nub lout. of elm a\,'rai.*> width t.f oui mile, is II' ,
l for tho men who hound the Irish itiunrittd with the: t'ciiu b\an inltt. mil is no.w I ZL BIRNBA :
jPosanUfrom their homes and livings hire over iLrtt"nuartirboi A mile trutu thtoceau.. :'lll.'h a-
The: fiisbiUK auJ huiitinjj canuot le eacclit-d. IHIIO-
1 { Irtsh Nationalist journals take up the patio. Mueh-h. sta trout. barratutA. theei,Lead iuu I : CHAIRS
i afect and comment upon it with extreme other tint. tofcli lJt'1llK early: caught bj trolling; or ,
1 ne's. Ou u ith a lIt.t.It't'r: and wildturkt'> are plentiful m'
say that the fact in itself THE ONE PRICE CLOTHIER. SOFAS
'C\\\14 b.:' .* insignificant tin nut woods, bt\ujid the clum of fresh waterlak..1i ,
as sum, wore itv .
F tct which lie west Of Lake\\ orth. Beautiful cocoanut
[ the unmistakeable indication that growl are in biarmg all along the chores ol ORGANS,
': pt atforl for the amount of affection the lake. and guavas: 1l1augot's. S31Ia.h110J. alligator i
'wkh which the pears, U.ar al'Iles. sl.- ui"h hiui&. Jamaica apples, PIANOS
: queen regards her Irish ubOther ,
Uiuaiinds. nfltt'. goosberry trees niaumee apples, I
: maun ee sawtas. almonds dates figs, oranges i BUREAUS
papers declare that the Irish only limes, lemons citron aud all kinds of trol'icallrUlt.. ,
teed toe love and sympathy which the and flower are dom,: tincly here This is the meet! !
q baa astern part of Honda: beiiij IIH miles east of the BEDSTEADS,
wtijuigly bestowed upon other Taiksoimlle This brings the Gulf
tots longitude ol I(
of her kingdom to make them the stream nearer to the laud here than at any otLer1':1rt II II'I : Or any other Furniture that you tyi-,hREVARNISHED
loYal of her lubjecU. The gift has ot the coast. and thus insures tLe most even
"Si clalet a cress deal of and teiuperatun: if any I,lace in the uited istates. A I AND POLISHED
feeling a more i u ,
in garden truck winter,
n put every
1'prtune large: acreage
I time, when daily evictions are 15, tsizmg from Call on the underfilled, at time heat
0 1M: ,;arrtetd, could on not and have Ireland's been distress chosen is for in. *tug Vi 0 growu per bushel.every )'ear.uooJ Which hotels bring' stores from alma;*1.50 po.t",to I Clyde's New York Charleston & Florida S. S. Line.The : of Alain Mrttt, Titu-;>\illt, where you

dis 11 act omie* art cou\eLiet.t Iota of all sues and prices i can have all or any of the abo\ articles
db the above firm. w ho ha almost all of
> !
made l look awell aNew will
to : or
Surely It It Stanley. the Ut laud to sell lames bu>mg now will, in a Elf rant MIMHHI- tla} Lnu art: a}'i>ointtd to alt
I call at residencewhen work can not be
LoallJZ. abort time, more than double the purchase money I
tJa to the AUi 21J.-A dispatch from tiua: Lots range froth a to Iii acres, ioU tronting on Lake FROM J. .SONVILLE.I mon.'II.1""<, all kinds cf Times J;)t. to ;3u0 an acrt Anyone t
bays: The Worth Prices from
\i the Pfw noe of a whit man reports in the concern-Bahraolr \u.lmu nutlirr intoriiwti nii'o-i! stamp to tLe I EII'OLE't>w)).... ...... ..,... ... . .. ... .. .... TIiur.day. Atiir.. l tht Grs: ) a ra '| Sign j Painting a -jittialtvr .

iQ. strict are coufirmeO. Hewrrno ili- above firm I CHE11OKEE, (New).... .. .... .. . ..... ... .. .. Thurvl: Aug. }lth l'2:$) p m !i w. _tr-> KNOX: : <

Abu )'fiaa, and has a force of SEMINOLE, (New )...... ....... ... ...... ...... .......... Thursday( Au_. '3rd I.ma; ni I 't'iUt.lille. I'la.
strength FREEJALLr I ( .. Thurda" S th'll-30a |!
I' of including a large numumv I > Aug m 1"a N.
lt deli naked men, from th. .' : iRNA --
I&ln probably -: 'c i : rijuet I : :: IN$, II --- (..ri It-------:
fif' aitiatry. This is a strong point : \
, ()f the idea that t it kl>i the E\try unday AtUrnoonMtt
Inlay. The the: white mam. t Plants Roots Bulbs I LASl fit nCfc at (.aine-\ille.; Fa.!: toO
1t 1 force of khahtfa of Khartoum haKus I a Vines.Snruns and eeas 1.1 i|i 'l' tlli\ .t: <<<': ",' I JidiO.: l ''v ,
men against mm- The s ml.rmctton t :Notice [i. "\\ 'u that the fulf.n -
OI Abyssinia r ...UIUUn \' '\, .\\U: 2\\ H \TIUX t''o. 1'ILtIXL. hereby *
has sworn to capture I l 4 t' i. Address.t I ink mood sett lei: I has lik-d notice of hi*
rmartouni. amid the khahIb is greatly I i tt1i : N.tNZ louiillle& tEl'NE1P'l K>. ; *'ax'm;: Jackon\ilk- at :2:1.) \>. 111.I i intention to wake tinal proof ninwrt of

i I DLL.\TV\P.L sun,'ay. \a Io!r. 5th ;i DEL\W -:Ll.tb Sund.1)'. \ug IJth : hb claim,and that said proof will tMwadifbetoie
tilt Inspect the 1"olish I'routier.: -- 1LEt.: Suu\a}, Aug. I \LVlWSi-L Sunday, Aug..Kthtt !! .\. .\. Stewart, clerk Circuit: Court.I'l'itusville. .

r ETERSBl"RG, A_S. -The will !' .. \OTI1: :. :- 'alit.I'ale appointee< ; to sail froth l'll ;::', I.t: giver, New< \'oit.Evtry 11*.. 011 -ej.t. 2th. 1'YJ :

bah1y day .t&rt U his JJurn7- to P czar land on I 7,, q ','t., .. t"t' : Tut":-:day and Friday at ;I o'clock. I*. M. I th'is. II. M Evans ...Micro.: Ha. I>. S'
nett. Fthousand soldiers I Take n.mtice. that *i\ wrel.after date. 211i for' the lotec.. M 1'(". -"* V KN
Vadin arenT
:I The freight and paa.tnger mcouuiiotlatunia arc tui.url.a-cd. }: attention will lit
** tn \-ery
e! rimy the railway, lines over I will apply tt the Honoiable Minor >. given busiutss entrusted tutluline. K.
1 'visit wtii lravtL TL*: object of the I .J ones. county jud'e ot Ure\aid county. ,(1 Direct all -hipmi'nt- front New York via C h Ii not aunouuc lea o1l1el in said t'l'untior For further mtorrii.ition apply to hi- continuous reidemupon,
but lit as Florida. at prove
M to be for the purpose of may letter ot administration to the estate oi' J, .\. ?TE.\", Agent .I. A. L}:>LIE AjfAt, I and cultivation of. :.mllautJ \u: :
a personal
ktou tin. uuliurt. Fla. W '
: Iii} 't., Jacksonville: Ha ,
kuuuer'it the military Preparation on I Edward dib-ou. late of aid county, de : Till:". G. Lt Ell, Tma1c )laua<_l'I)1.. 1'. CLYIIIU.J.., lir 'I..1( T:'., I William Ilindle, Joseph l aiw?. J< -
ceased. I I ;3."t Iiroadw ay. N. Y. 1: :S.utu \\11:1n'I'-, 1'tiiladell.hta i'> Broadway, \. Y.t. <'phHlliaUl on. and WIlliam Eio >rU .
.* i000'000! Date l Ibis 19tb day of July, .\. I). J '. Mj I1UIUXGE: :, Jr.. Geaeral Tratlm6 "1. Jsek.onville. l1orid. I. all of Micco. Fla.

(DO%' A u.'".. FIret. ; lSMt j j Since last season VENTILATORS have been constructed on tha iron steamers for the I r TrcKER.THE .
:\1\ UUmana 2Adrices from Cayenne u.: \Vl!.!.tM (ill(ox. !, better transportation of Oranges and Vegetables ,, is Iri..t.'r.,
tate the!
city ha been bu5uiev: > portion of I !
destroyed by Ore I





I I :
LACOXICS.Heavy I office a plea..ant11 yesterday, and informed : The News Libel Suit Settled. I Advice SoorHwobrKCPshonld to Motheri.Mrt.Wnrsww's always FOR S.

rain yesterday afternoon and us that he expected a short Judge M. S. Jones informs us that the be used when children are cutting teeth. It relieves I A tract of land on Ind'tanR'tver
the little sttffererat iuth,
j once; prOduces natural
evening.Mr.. I time. to receive a fine little steam launch, : Melbourne fetes< has made the auiemlthonorable quiet sleep,and the little cherub awakes"brightas county.o Brevanl.: consitin.. : '11 t "
II a button. It is pleasant to taste. It acre: it being lot No.
I very 3. and
J. W. Rogers i-pending :n I which he will run in that vicinity during by publishing a retraction in' Booties the chit.".softens the guIIllJ,alluysall pain.i oithc nortWtluarterof utb halt:
j i the winter i regulates the bowels,and i.the beet known remedy y,.tioD ';J
seaon.Ja its columns of the original article in ref and lot \o. :{. Lew.the
\\"cek'slcatiOIl at Canaveral.Mr. ; I for diarrhea, whether arising from teething; or *outhwe* '
*. Alexander, post-office inspector erence to his professional conduct, and I ether causea. Twenty-tire cents a bottle. ter 'If !the nortlnve-t quarter ?f {JUt
-- ---- ----- :
Howell Titus is recuperating i I: J. riUTCIIAUD, President.W .;;4;.ln.tnin town-hip :31 :- ('n..y}
for Florida and certain Southern that in ,'ieof the same he hasdismissedhis -outheat. range :-j
he around j i )[ r.Uo\V\a-l er. Thii is
from his recent sickness soa-to a
wry dwni} ,.
States, arrived here last Saturday and libel suit against that paper. The ar- hamiunck.oil pits 't
ot rich ;
again. remained over until Tue-day morning.i ticle reads a; follows: I: INDIAN RIVER BANK. ior the rai-iim: ot all tropical quality fruit.uitabir,
I II [
-Mr-. D. \V. McQuaig, of Melbourne, While here he inspected the Titu-ville I 4 Sometime since the Yews published I i I situated at the Narrows, near EI111,. ,?,,'

returned last Saturday from a trip to po-t-office and said that the office here'I an article reflecting on the professional '; TItusUlle, Florida.A officei\\ sell ihtapfnrh F ,
conduct of Judge Minor S. Junes as attorney 1 particular address: '
Georgia. in better and nearer to GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TILUii -
was kept shape, ,
for Tho- Mason in the case of )Ia-I K. M. LOW
-Paul Kr ?gel i i- with his new the strict letter of the law than i SACTED.
up j any -on \>. Hector. Further investigation has !, eN. :;-t Bruckh'U Jl I
has been thisuinmer. Exehaurr: bought ..imloM.. Sprn.il and __h ____ s
boat which he building f he had seen in the whole State. convinced us that our criticisms were; I
I j i prompt iittvntion to collection-. Loans
,w -The third Quarterly Conference of ;I based on a misapprehension of the fact J I negotiated on first given niortgngc for.n'.njr: Indian River
in the ca-e. This explanation is made Itank-, orporation--and Imhv uluaU. Interest Bakery
-Father O'Boyle. of Jacksonville, ha I Indian River Mission: M. E. Church: simply and solely because it is right. I,j I allo\\e on tune depoitS1OOOOO -. ,
been spending a few day at Titu-ville South, will be held at Titu-ville, on While the S n'< will always be outspoken TO LOAN \'a.uiis tl'lI ,\' uU",

the i j a t week.J. I Saturday, Aug. 2:-th, at i) a. m.-Public : and fearless in the denunciation of whatit j On First-class Real Estate.Ailrunce TITUSVILLE FLORIDA. i
believes to l l>e in the conduct of Fresh Bread
A. Dur-t, pioneer well sicker of religious services will be held at Titu- wrong Cakes and Confectionery
public official- will not knowingly: convey -
I ; made available collateral.Appioed .
upon ,
Titusville. vine Church Saturday : O'listintly )u band
Florida, now operating at Presbyterian a single fare impression concerningthe bu-inc di-counted.

P. O. box, 211. i at 7:30 p. m. ; Sunday, at 11 a. m. and : conduct, professional or private, of Drafts on all pait paper of hurwpo.Uuine BOSTON:. KKKM'II, UIJAllM; .\\;,
and Rev. J. any individual : and it i i.. a matter of regret done MILK ISKEAI :M\HK::
and 7 p. in. Rev. H. 1 Frazce i >- at Jacksonville rate ,
Moonlight swimming, ailing i TO I mitE!:.
: that it should have been l led to do sc Every favor, eon astent with -ouiu!
rowing ha been the order of the-e delightful liolton will prl'ach.-l Jai'oltun ;' in this in-tance." I banking, cheerfully extended.' farness Nrll.lhcnc", rte .cat. r..1 for drib 'ItY,
will{ preach at Mimon Sunday, at 11 I care and at 4'lltl'II.lltr. A on.lnt..u,aWl.:
CI)CPEsl'OXDENT.: Hank .
eveuiuoSlieritr I : ofJackaonville, Health 1lng l f\>Ti;-. j ct.t. )>rrbt>the
t'onccrt at M'avrer'S< Halt. Jack-onMlle..; The MMboard National
a. m
Bowman returned from hi- : I Rank, New York. :!;{ Special Prices for Hotels, Restaurants,Etc

trip down the river on Monday, having -Mr. and Mr- A. A. I. Nesbitt and On Wedne-day, 1.;'tl'mllt'rIth.. there -- ---- -- -- -- tj;. lLTltii:. Proprietor.

completed the deli i very of the registration family, (Weymouth, England, who will be a concert at the above hall, for I A. L. lIntel & Son, --

hmks. have been spending a few monthon the benefit of the Presbyterian Church I IFALELS: IN INDIAN RIVER ART GALLERY

Indian River, arrived here la-t week,and I The program i-i follows :
Mr. J. Birnbaum harented the j DRY
have been :topping at the (;rand View March........................By the Bri :\lle. GOODS NOTIONS i'lCKEXS:
Boone in north Titu>ville, con-e- i Tl'HXKK.Photographer. .
cottage Hotel. )Ir. Nesbitt purchased land andintended Song ''We are Soldiei-,"........Choir and ,
quently we expect tee his wife returning -
building; a residence at Eau I Company.Broom Hardware. Crockery, Saddlery. .

shortly.Mr. i .......................
: I Gallie, but owing to the continued ill- Drill .Company. Stationery, Family Medi- View on Ei-t l'ua..t and Ittduu i h: ,, :

W. R. Knox i> painting the health tlf )Ir-. Ne-bitt they find it nece- I Song, "Standard:: Bearer,"........ ", cines, Garden Seals, a Sjn.fialtj.Ha{ .

Court House and when the work i- completed '.ary to return to England again. They I :Maich: ................................ .. : the only Authorized I'li'T.H.m.'ti

the appearance of the buildingwill I left here on yesterday mornings train. Recitation, ")Iarion' Men.Mi i...Ronald.Sonjr I CHOICE GROCERIES, i OF l'RE.9IDESTCLEVELtNn.t; l' \\u\

be much improved.Mr. II Master A. Rundle, of Ken-ingtnn, London j' ;_, hJ Uoit Before the Battle..Choir i Hay, Corn, Mapes FertHizers. 1' that travelOrder has ever -been by mail made: receive during prom the,u;;: J.

.Towns has received the -ituation returned with them. : and Company. i CITY POINT, FLOKlUi. attention. -4 J.jIUI'
Recitation, "Abandoned Troop Hor-e," I i
conductor the IndimHhcr
r as permanent on I During thet rln la-t Wednedayand I;; Miss Katie Pritchard.
division in the of Mr. Car-
place WE CALL
Thursday the wind blew the: steadiest Duet, "A. 1;. C."...)Ir-. Turner and Mr.Atkinon.. i THE ATTENTION

li-le, who will not return. I from the east :>n '11ll1r-day, but Friday i
1 Ot the eoji'e of Indian Rita: to our -toik of ( .
Conductor Towns hats rented the i .MHM-
o'clock it reached Recitation fri-ter's Beau
morning, at two "Entertaining .
/ which! uf are nft ri11_' at very close uiarirmWe .
residence near Main street owned by )Ir.1 its highest \eloeity. a t the time blowing Mi-s Ethel Rumph : make 'a -pecialty; ot

1.. l;. Bigelow, lately a resident of two freight car,that were on the railroad Song, "1't1 Choose to be a DabIi, *C.- I

town, but now of Altoona. katie Pritchard and Jennie AltreeDialogue i iI
wharf, up the track a- far Wa-hinston I and Flour
Under Difficulties" I Groceries Grain Hay
-Prof. Hoxie left here on Saturday avenue. .\- the wind could only exert i
Duet '.Lar oarll Watch.MrTurner i ;
morning for Canaveral, where he will I itforce upon the end of one of the ears I ,
and On which. we will! give -i'ccial iudu'ement"e carry a large -toik I)iGENT'S
collect specimens, and investigate the with the additional force -lightly a airht \tkinon'j
habits' etc.. of the feathered tribe.We the side of the cars from -outh-ea-t, FURNISHING GOODS, BOOTS AND SHOES, HATS AND CAPS. ETC., .
Song, "Red Bandana ........Mi =cs Lena
learn that Mr. and Mrs. Geo. M it is evident that for a few minute' it Norwood and Lena Gardner. I Which wo are offering at low turiireThoe; needing: -hoe-, will find it ;rl'tty: : i

! Robbins and Master George Paddison are i must have reached the velocity of a Song, God be with you 'till we meet I their interest to give u- a call)) :as we are selling dives wry low ,

;till in North Carolina, where they are regular cyclone. Xo damage; however, again,"...Chorus anti Company. (! We will axe pleased) to quote prices at any time.

having a moat enjoyable vacation i has been reported], that we know of. i I --- -- -- --- E. L. BEADY c.b: :aa.O.: : I
iI Uockltdgc I'rimarj.RocKLEiXiK .
-- --- --- -
-The Ruby Dye made Mother verypleasant I -The notorious Peter Reddick has f I FLA., Aug. 2oth.Kdltur .
been at another of his
trip Sunday afternoon, when a i :
of the FlfJl'i..lt &<(? : I
I from the jail. After an i
good many availed themselves of the invitation e-cape county Pur-uaut to announcement the Democratic -

1 of the owner by indulging in a attempt made to get out of his cell -ever- primary was held here in the

-mil. al weeks ago the sheriff chained him in I Tropical House totltCapt.. Robt. C.
his cell with locked collar around his I
-The mosquitoes have nearly all di- a 1 May called the meeting to order, and on II
neck. From information learned Tuesday -
appeared. While their presence in number I motion he was made permanent chair- .
the Sheriff ascertained that i THE 1 f ht :
wa not -o great, the absence of the morning man. Dr.r.. L. Hughlett was elected I '
he had secured of steel II
a key, a piece
few that were so per-i-tent is quite plea- -eCf.tanThe Chairman briefly stated
and file. With the file he hid I
-ant to everyone. prim; a I the ollje-ct of the meeting, and it at once II
fitted the key .i it would unlock the collar I I TROYWIND M'i-i
-'" hort Walker wa arrested on proceeded to
whichecured him in the iron cell. I w
Monday evening, by Marshal Smith, for I The following list were selected to attend
I I He also had filed thetc.el spring down
beating and misusing his wife. He was the County Convention :
I'so i as to make a saw with which to at- I
fined J2A and co-ts before the Mayor the Delegates : Thos. K. Dixour.. MILL -
of the cell if .
following morning. tempt to cut out necessary.But Hardee, J. F. Wooten, C. B. Magruder, I
the wathis : lie wasto
programme ( 1) S. Bryan. Alternates: Cha- Hammond
Quite a number of our newlymarried unlock the collar some morning while I Ha. less piecean1 runeaier 1 .a
John P. Setze E. L. Magruder, :
couples have taken on the domestic the Sheriff was attending prisoners, and I .' than any mill i, Yt, f .
It. X. Andrews J. R. Dick'Ou.
I !
of hou, this week. made. /
e-keeping Amongthe
cares while two other prisoners named Sol and The delegates go uniustructed. '

number are )Ir. and Mrs. G. W. Dave were carrying out slops: and bringing It was moved that the minutes: of the I E r r :

Eddey and )Ir. and Mrs. Town in water Reddick, with the aid of meeting be published in the FLORIDA ,

-The improved appearance of Washington George Harris another colored robber STAR; and Public Spuif. .
ROUT. C. MAY, Chairman. .:,
avenue since the weeds and grass was to seize the Sheriff and escape, kill, "". L. HUGHLETT Secretary. I ; i.'

have been cleared away and burned has in; him if it were necessary in order to : ;

cau&td many a compliment to be paid to get clear of the jail. The Sheriff will I Qual'antine A'otice. JYllulserhicS Tanks

the town officers. It is a great improvement use the utmost vigilance on the-e fellowsfor Quarantine is hereby declared by this Pumps ,,

and we hope to see the good work: they undoubtedly have confederateswho Board against Jacksonville and surrounding ; I

goon. furnished them with these articles. Dade points.County Persons should provide intending themselveswith to visit I and Pipe Work put in complete and warranted. Pipe and fittings '= ]

Mes-r-s-;. C. i:. Pontier & Co., dealersin Geo. Harris is one of the prisoners in jail unexceptional health certificates, I short notice. Pump-:; of all kind: furnished and repaired (

plume hides and fur, have removed for robbing a house on Mosquito Lagoon. as otherwise they may be subjected to Call on or address J OlrlZ INJC'Y i l'vS, :...

their from Jacksonville to Sheriff Bowman expects to capture several detention or annoyance.For I FLA
headquarters I I the Board o'f Health of Dade Co., 12 Box 208, TITUSVILLE. ,,
27 Spruce street, New York, during the more colored men down the river in a Fla. l ---- ---==-- '1
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prevalence of the yellow fever at Jack- day or two, and when they are here our RICHARD B. POTTER, M.D., Pres. L
unvilie. Their office at Tampa, also, county jail will be filled with them. Lake Worth, Fla., Aug. 15, lS3.3.Uucklcll' & GRAHAM, .

ha teen clo-ed. i Court, however, convene the first Monday 1 ;
Aruica Satre.The ;)
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in October, when their ca-es will,
-The quarantine officers were rather best salve in the world for cuts, *

-low in wending their way to the southward l i t undoubtedly, be di-po-ed of in short bruises, sages, ulcers, alt rheum, fever REAL ESTATE BROKERS & LOAN AGENT! *J 1

Had the schooner at Indian order. The notorious Reddick has always sores, tetter chapped hands, chilblain, I ?
escaped from other sections of the State corns and all skin eruptions' and positively -
River Inlet any cases of yellow fever
before trial but it is pretty confident he cures piles, or no pay required. I ,*J
aboard the whole crew could have been '
It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction :r.
landed last Thursday. The heavy wind will be presented before the Grand Jury or money refunded. Price 2-3 cents: LANDS BOUGHT AND SOLD. 1

only prevented their landing.P and Judge IJroome at the fall term now per box. For sale by all drug stores in cent I

I I only a few weeks off: Titusville, and on Indian River. : Loans Negotiated on First Class Security at from 12 to 24 per
efore the blow of last Wednesdayand i I .
Thursday -chooner, supposed to be I t I Titus*ille Primar).. i GRAND VIEW HOTEL I Choice} lots: In rapidly gro\\in, Tn= .11'iiie.t"r1''r IW1U

from Jack-onville, arrived at Indian : Titu-\ille Pri1Uafmeetin:: to elect i i cent in twelve monthReidence -. !I_

River Inlet, but as the heavy wind and ;I delegates to the Co. Convention was held : lotin Tituo; \-illl' from 82<) up to 8KK.U'( I :
i I TITUSVILLE, FLA. P.uiiulot I from t'"" 2oi I.) to ..2.U'' 'c it
sea came on -he wag forced to put to -ea : Monday afternoon at the Court Hou- -0--- a

again, before anyone came ashore. Since I The meeting w a- called to order by S. H. i ii Lands.
i i The most centrally locate Hotel in City Agents for Florida Southern Railway j
that ho netbat beets received from her i Ray and Dr. Wilson l chosen chairman, i

a- yet from the -ailboats arriving from : and E. l>. Wager\ secretary. II" 1 t' ft.' aMore .,
down the river. : Two tickets rc nominated to be0- XEW HOUSE. FInSTCLIX. than 3..l l 1.000ert'o: of Choice Land-. loiatcd in teal htrGrowingPine. iY eta-Firr t l

EVERY RESPECT. 1 in the State MiitaMe for.Farmin Urazin.tz. Fruit ami : 'j .
: county
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-Henry Johnson a colored man. was ; ted for by ballot a- follow-: Messr-. R. : A'n a
I Open all the round. Table Unurpa Cypress and Ctilar 1 ml.r. price81: lef :
year : !
arrested at )Iim-. on Monday evening, Morrows B. It. Wilson, F. H. Boye, E. n.rager. .... I I '
ed. Bath Rooms Free. upwards.
by D lmty"-heri1f Quincy and Lee Rice, : \ M. S. Jones. and MesrB.. R. i
Rate x'L:)o X $:.J.OO per Da}'. P. 0. Box 2'H) Titu-ville. Florida. 1ti
for an a.ault on a colored man named i wilson, E. S. Hamilton P. M. Fisher B. \.'
Collins, near the Jones plantation. It is j G. Larkiuand W. S. Graham. !

stated that he threatened the life of Collins The balloting resulted follows: Morrow t I J. 1. MILLER, Proprietor. I A. A. STEWART GEO. M. BOBBINS WALTER S. GRANAt'I j S

and cocked a shot-gun on him. 4:! ; Wilson, 57 ; llo'e, 33 ; Wager, I XOTIC'E. Clerk Circuit A-urt Atty. at Law. [ 21.". *)

.\, Johr.'ou could not give bond he wa 3- ; Jones, 39; Hamilton, 24 ; Fisher, 24; I On Monday the 1st day of October nextI ;!

committed to jail to await his trial. Larkiu22 ; Graham, 24 ; Bryan. 3. I will\\ apply to Hon. Minor S. Jones. Co. BREVARD ABSTRACT OF TITLE COMPANYCOIUllete ) It
Judge ot Urevard county. Fla.. for leave
The first rive named
Frank P.
-Mr. Ha-sler, correspondent delegate were I ft fl
i to quit claim the interest of Texas Sheffield land*. I"
of the Chicago Lit:r-0cean, who visited : elected by quite a large majority, and go I a minor in and to the followingreal Abstracts of Title furnished. to all .

Indian River in March, has purchasedland : uniustructed. Quite an amount of enthusiasm estate in said county : The southeast \ :II'd count Florida. ;

I } of southeast \ of section{ 22, township
in the
un tl.e east side below Melbourne, was developed meeting Titles Perfected.
21 south, range :'U east. Examined and
near the House of Refuge, and will make, -the number of votes actually polled L W. S. BELL. Guardian. I

Indian: Rig:-r In-home. Mr. H. gave our reaching ti;:!. I Titusxille. Fla.. Anar22., 1SSS. IStd I Box 23O, Titusville, Fla.