The Florida star
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00075901/00164
 Material Information
Title: The Florida star
Uniform Title: Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Star
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: S.W. Harmon
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: August 14, 1889
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note: Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note: Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071719
oclc - 34175599
notis - AKR0018
lccn - sn 96027111
System ID: UF00075901:00164
 Related Items
Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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Cocoa. Ean Gallie. the Pastime and are reveling in the delights Over a month ago we mentioned the Lake Worth. ,

Jas. Bolton conducted service Mr.. William Treutler is expected in Melbourne Beach. proposed new hotel on the Fleming Pleasant weather. ." -.r

Rtf. Sunday, both morning and evening Eau: Gallie in about three weeks.A Mr. W. R. Campbell has contracted to Grant. Col. Carter was in town Wednesday Mosquitoes not all here yet. ...
at good, substantial store would be a set out another lot of cabbage-palms for and exhibited the plans for the
Eugene H. Dimick arrived home on
has desideratum in settlement.Mr. the Melbourne and Atlantic Railroad building-a fine building three stories,
of Brantley, our
Allie the 1st, bringing his sister Lorena with
)Liss visiting her friend, Miss Lettie Dix- Jno. E. M. Hodgson has been appointed Company, and will soon have a continuous with a large observatory, sixty bed-rooms, him.
been I beside sitting rooms, offices, etc. Con- |
line from river to ocean.
I for school district No.
ODe at Rockledge. supervisor tract price $45,000. The have Rev. E. Gale has built an addition to
Church South is 5 (Eau Gallie). The next thing in order will be the company
The new expended a great deal of money on this and otherwise improved his homestead

fast nearing completion, and is a very The artesian well at Gov. Gleason's municipal election. Already the pre- property already and the hotel will, when residence.

pretty structure. which flows to a great height, looks quite heard.monitory No rumblings is condidate and grumblings but still are completed, draw many people to that Work is progressing lively on the westside
one a ,
T. Daniels is home again after pretty from the river. which is well with fish
Dr. L. "if their constituents insist," etc. region, supplied school house under the direction of

bis week's stay in Titusville looking well Lovely moonlight nights, which makesour and game. H. B. Blant owns a large Contractor Haight.

with his trip. little river look both picturesque and Mrs. Fish, of Onset Bay, :Mass., who the
property on peninsula nearly opposite "
pleased "Cocoanut day, being the fall moon
a winter at Mr. Bolton's place at
Mr. and Mrs. Wilson and their littledaughter charming.The Malabar few is dead. The this place where, we believe, a large in August, will probably be observed bran
a ,
years ago
Ruth were welcome guests atthe storehouse on the steamboat land- sea-side hotel will be built soon. our native Hindoo residents with
lady had many friends along the river appropriate -
Peck House during the latter partof ing is nearly finished, and is a neat, ubstantial who will sincerely mourn her decease.Mr. The sloop yacht Maud F. arrived at ceremonies, among which is

last week. structure. Melbourne Beach Wednesday evening throwing cocoanuts into the sea as an
Breese has taken up a homesteadon with Dr. Schofield "and family"-this
Masonic Lodge meets every Fri- The Eau Gallie Baptist school will be offering to their deities.
The time of Mr. and Miss Moore
the ocean beach, north of J, K. Mar consisting ,
in the red building opposite discontinued until the first Sunday in the Misses Curtis Miss Mr. Patterson
day night tin's place. Even the beach scrub landis Eyre, Miss Ruby Dye gave a birthday partyto

the Delmonico, which Mr. A. F. Lap- September, by order of the Superin- about all taken Mr. Breese will and Captain Roy Shear. Very soonlIyrtle' her young friends on the 3rd. Therewas
fitted for the tendent. up. Cottage assumed a bright car-
baa has had up purpose. a large number present and an enjoyable -
be a welcome addition to our community.Mr. mine hue. Old ocean was in a boisterous -
Dancing school is indulged in every The Rev. S. F. Gove conducted the mood, but soon subsided under the time had. The festivities closed '
W. R. Campbell was the river
Friday night by the young men of Cocoa service in our house of worship on Sunday i up mellifluous influenceof happy voices and with a tea-dinner, spread in the dining- '
Friday last at Captain Sharpe's place
and Rockledge as Mr. T. Booth gives last. A very fair congregation as- I merry song. The usual routine of life hall of the Hotel Lake Worth.
buying more orange trees for his place on on the beach is freely indulged in-car
I less ns in dancing that night in Hill's sembled. Pineapples are beginning to play-out,
Crane Creek. Few young men can showas riding, surf bathing and fishing, turtle

The marriage of Mr. C. T. :McBride, of much work accomplished in so shorta and bear hunting by moonlight. Mr. but no one need starve for want of a taste

Hall.The Dauntless, which was recently Melbourne, to Miss Caroline Bertha time. Moore, the expert fisherman of the party, of one quite yet. If the acreage in them

purchased of Mr. J. M. Sanders by Mr. Piazze of this place, will, probably, take succeeds admirably the in lauding the sport- increases for the next two years as it has
Mr. George G. Gleason, Mr. Lichty, of ive blue-fish from surf as well as: the
11 H. Edgerton, has been hauled out andis place at the Eau Gallie Baptist Churchon the Signal Service, and General Freight gamey bass, crevalie, etc. We hope the this season, the best part of the west side

being repainted and put in first-class the 25th inst. moonlight hunters will have better luck will be covered with them with a fair
Agent C. C. Curtiss us a pleasantcall
order by Mr. Booth, the boat builder.Mrs. Col. of attent- than a couple of the moonlighters from showing on the east side. So far, native,
Casper, Tropic, was an
last week. Mr. Lichty his
was on this place two years ago, who sat on the
.Gleason and son, Mr. Geo. Glea- ive listener in our house of worship on way north to enjoy his vacation away bluff, so engaged in the home-made fertilizers have given the

son, of Eau Gallie, came up to Cocoa Sunday last.Ve should be pleased to from the insects. "When your bright eyes look in mine. best results.

Friday to attend the Lawn Party given see more of our Tropic friends every Sab- McAllister has struck it again, gettinga Twinkling stars they seem to be" After divine service on the 4th the or-

the Peck House. Mr. Guy Metcalfand dinance of baptism was administered to.
at bath.Mr. good flow at Mr. Idner's place at a business that they failed to see the mon-

Miss Horton of Melbourne, also madea Carey, of Rochester, N. Y., has depth of 330 feet, and on Friday last strous turtle that came out within a-few Miss Cora Heyser, daughter of County

flying trip to Cocoa to enjoy the party. commenced his yards of them till others turned it over. Judge A.-E. Heyser, the ceremony being
improvements on pro- transferred his rig to Mr. Valentine's J We it well
suppose they enjoyed just as ,
Miss Katie Paddison, the charming perty in this settlement preparatory to place for this week's well. Mr. Conk- and 'twas not half so hard work. as turn- performed by Rev. E. Heyser, who ad-

daughter of Capt. Paddison of Titusville, his arrival which is looked for weekly. ling's well is 340 feet deep instead of 314. ing turtle. ministered the rite according to the

has been giving much pleasure to her nu- The work is under the supervision of Mr. U. D'Oxonu. rules of what is known as the Dunkard
We have a scheme on foot to drill an Church of whose beliefs is triune
merous friends in Rockledge and Cocoaby Theo. Piazze. one .
paying a week's visit to Miss Willie artesian well.here and to supply waterto The New Election Law. baptism. Sunday School was held as
Mr. J. O. Walton's large fishing nets the people a certain rate month.It .
May and the Misses Hardee. Last Wednesday have all been per Were it not for the length of the bill usual in the afternoon.The .
destroyed by alligators.The would be a great advantage to our
night she had a moonlight sail- other was killed the the STAR would give its readers the full Horticultural Society met at Geo.
day one
up flower have to water to
ing party given her on the naphtha creek, when it was discovered that the save their growerswho plants during the carry dry spells. text of the new election law bill, passedby A. Gale's Aug. 3d, and after transacting..

launch Livinier, which was highly en- alligator had been endeavoring to makea the last Legislature. It contains routine business took up the subject of

joyed by all the participants. meal of Mr. Walton's net. The Riverside is now open for the reception -; forty-one sections, the most importantones discussion for the day, which was the

The Lawn Party which was given by of Guests Mrs. Johnson will be of which are given below : mango. The discussion waS.opened by s'
The Kathleen Dil-
Mrs. W. H. Peck last Friday night for steamers Maggie happy to accommodate all who call. Section 9 of the new election law pro- paper prepared and read by President
lon and Lela V. and also the schooner
the benefit of the Cocoa sidewalks was a The Idlewilde Cottage, under K. Car-I vides that the supervisor of registration Gale, in which he gave a history of the
Cygnus sharpies Belle and Julia, sloops ron, is ready for its share, and Miss Hor-
in and the shall keep the registration books open at introduction of this fruit to Florida soil,
success every way, young
Vixen and Kelpie and several other
folks enjoyed themselves_ to the fullest ton, at the Chautauqua Home, has num- least three days in each week from the the places where it has been tried, his
sailboats anchored in our safe little
extent. Dancing and recitations by sev- harbor. bers of regulars. first Monday in August to the last Satur- own and Mr. Reasoner's ideas as to what

' eral bright little girls made the hours fly Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Dawson, of Narrows day preceding the last Monday in Sep- soil is most suitable for it, its tendernessas

by all too swiftly. Supper was served Mrs.. W. H. Gleason and son, George, paid a flying visit to Melbourne tember of each year in which there is a regards frost, its fruitfulness, the val-

during the evening to those who cared for spent a couple of days with Mr. and Mrs. Thursday, coming'up on the Georgiana, general election to be held, and oftener if ue of its fruit, its shipping qualities and .

the more material things of life. The Wilson, at Courtney, who are at home and returning Friday morning. They the board of county commissioners shallso numerous other points as to its looks'

grounds around the Peck House wefte again after having been on a visit to Mr. found time to call on one or two friends. order, for the registration of electors. habits and mode of propagation and cut

lighted by Chinese lanterns, althoughthey and Mrs. J. O. Walton and Mrs. W. H. Mr. Dawson does not look as if mosquitoes The district registration officers are required tivation. The paper was very interest-

were scarcely needed so bright was Gleason, of this place. bothered him much. to keep the registration books ing as well as instructive, and was highly

our beautiful southern moon. Mrs. Peck Mr. Chas. H. Walton was doing fur Many of the older residents of Melbourne open in each election district at least two appreciated by the society. Quite a lively

proposes to have another Lawn Party ther work on his homestead on the Eau will remember Dr. Eaton, of days in each week from the first Monday and lengthy discussion ensued, in which

then the moon is full .again next month, Gallie River during the past week. He Pennsylvania, who, with his wife, spent a in September to the last Saturday pre- everything that could be thought of regarding -

and hopes to have a larger crowd, as their also managed to put in a little time fish- winter here about four years ago, and ceding the last Monday in September the mango was brought up, and

*& will be well advertised. This Lawn ,ing, but the Rev. S. F. Gove caught the will be pained to hear of his death. We preceding any general election, and no from which a great many facts were

party was gotten up in such a short time most fish, although they were not of ,the understand his decease was very sudden, one is allowed to register at any other learned, some of which were that it seemsto

that few knew of it until too late to at- most choice kind for the table.A dropping dead from heart disease. time, except for a special election, when do the best on a dry, sandy soil with

most enjoyable time was spent the Franklin (Pa.) letters mention his sud- any voter will be allowed to have his yellow, sandy sub-soil; that it will fruit

tend.The meeting of the Orange Growers' other evening at Mrs. Treutler's, when den death.A name registered by the county supervisorof from four to eight years from seed ; thatit

oaation took place Thursday last at cards, music, etc., was largely indulgedin. meeting of the patrons of the public registration up to two days prior to will not stand a freeze and that frostis

Hfll'i Hall in Cocoa, and was largely at- Amongst those present we noticed school was held last Wednesday night in the election. very liable to kill it to the ground ;

tended. The meeting was a enthusiastic Mrs H. Gleason, Mr. and Mrs. J. O. the old school-house, to elect, under the Any one who was qualified to vote under that it is very productive ; that the fruitis
very law, trustee or supervisor for the shipper and brings a good
Wilson and new one the old law, whether he has any edu- a good pricein
Mrs. W. daughter
one. Captain W. H. Sharpeand Walton, ensuing four years.; Mr. S. F.Gibbs was the market; that it is comparatively
| Mr A. L Hatch of City Point ; E. Ruth, Dr. Brainerd, and Messrs. George the person elected. We wish him much cation or not, is entitled to have his name easy to propagate, and that from the St.
free of within the time
p- Porcher of Courtney; Senator Har- Gleason, J. McAllister, Master Claude )joy in his office. If he succeeds in pleasing above registered specified. Those charge whose names have Lucie south, probably as far as New
dee all a majority he will do River is the best soil and climate for its
or even
,ex8enatorVilliams. of Rockledge Walton, etc. Mrs. Treutler's house is a already been registered under the old ,
better than most trustees have done culture, with the "poor white sand land"along
Mr. Cook, of Palatka; Mr. McKibben, pleasant place to spend a social evening, heretofore.One law will not be required to re-register. the west shore of Lake Worth being -
of Pomona and the hostess know how to make her Section 10 of the new law provides that
; Mr. Diems, of LaGrange, the choicest in the whole section ;
of the commissioners shall establishtwo
greatest improvements ever the
and many other prominent at guests feel at home. the mango grows and does well on both
men were made here for appearance is the cuttingout polling places in each election dis
the sides of the lake already know and
meeting. The meeting was held to of the lower end of New Haven avenue trict. At one of ,these polling places we
it is the east side the
Melbourne. that prolific on
consider the advisability of the union of ,and grading the sidewalk on the State and county officers are to be voted very Our
that side
the interests of The Queen arrived Monday evening south side.Ve are indebted to :Mr. W. for, and at the other presidential electors I trees bearing on
the Florida Fruit Ex- growing neighbors in the coun-
cb with a full load of pineapple slips. N. Camp for this. He having donated the and congressmen are to be voted for. orange
.n need fear that of
fie with those ties north of us not we
of the Indian River
funds, Mr. Gibbs, assisted by These voting places are not to be more
I IIessrs.
OrtngeGrowers' Mr. Malone, of Ocala, is looking up this section \ try to run opposition to
As..qociation. After :\ and at
four hundred
quite Rainey Prang, once pro- than yards apart.
them in the business for though
an animated and interesting debate. it the advantages and capabilities of the ceeded to complete the work. If now Section 20 provides that the county "Indian River orange oranges" do well here, we

TM river. our citizens will contribute to the fillingin commissioners shall appoint,twenty days
unanhnously resolved by the meet- much further from market,
i of the roadway will be doing election three in are so away
prior to any general ,
g that favorable Warm weather and few mos- to cost of transportation,
consideration of such very especially as
something of lasting benefit to the whole telligent, discreet and fair minded in-
won be here. Thank fortune it is so that we prefer to raise something that
recommended to the Orange quitoes town. spectors of election and one clerk for
with the
will not in competition
f9"en' Association. Excellent re- late-they cannot last much longer.Mr. The steamer Denny arrived here Wednesday each of the two polling places of each products of come our neighbors. The society'snext

.auks and speeches were made by all Burchfiel has been surveying the night with a raft in tow. Capt. election district. meeting will be held at J. T. Earn
that in of the
aspoke on the subject. past week for Messrs. W. Wilson J. H. Paddison was on board. The piles are absence Section or 21 refusal provides to act of case any of the est's on the first Saturday in September.SAM. .
designed for the beacons which Captain
and Graves at Melbourne the of the .
Major inspectors -
Phillips inspectors one present
ha The
1 sea rrh Paddison contracted to erect. .
nem r-a positive core for Cs.10p -
thus shall choose from the
t( Dtaens. and Canker Mooth. Sold bJ Dick- Beach. Denny has been chartered to tow the appointed
rfw.'lt1111'111e, nia.l voters present as inspectors as maybe Deafness Cant be Curedby
Mr. C. 1I. Stewart has bought T. H. rafts and also the J.,T. & K.W. Railway
1\ inl pile-driver, which has been engaged necessary to fill out the board. local application, as they can not
row cough Rhea 8h11oh's Cure will Rive McCoy's place at East Melbourne; also Paddison. Section 22 provides that the inspectorsof reach the diseased portion of the car.
., GU Price 10 etc 60 cta and S 1. Sold by Capt. The Denny stoppedFor
boa! ,Tttnsrihe,'Fla.p McCoy's two lots in Metcalf additionto wood on her return from down river the election shall have erected and There is only one way to cure Deafness,
boarded before the ballot boxes of : and that is by constitutional remedies.
the village of last Saturday, and Captain Paddison was
miserable bYlndlgeation, Conat each voting place such a structure as may Deafness is caused by an inflamed condition -
ashore shake hands witha
t' noe'sPi der.11 o Appetite Yellow stint C. H. Stewart does not wish to be long enough to be sufficient, with an opening on one side of the mucus lining of the Eusta-
Ita t Gr.r, TttasyIle a poaitiYe. I1& Cure. Sold by Dick- left behind on the improvement questionand few for entrance of a voter, and on the other chian Tube. When this tube gets inflamed

of cabbage date and The Georgiana was detained by a flue side an opening for his exit. But one you have a rumbling sound or imperfect
has had ,
IZa U.Thayer of Bourbon, Ind., saps: a springing a leak on her Saturday trip, voter can enter at once, and each voter hearing. and when it is entirely closed
Ooosym Cnro.and "Wife Sold owe our lives to Shiloh'i cocoanut palms set on his lot on New arriving here Sunday afternoon. It madeno shall of his own free will and accord, un- deafness is the result and unless the in-
by Dickson & Grey TiWould be taken out and this tube
11&, difference with mail neither flamation can
Haven avenue.Mr. or freight, as molested, fold and deposit his own ballotin
restored to its normal condition hearingwill
could. forward Monday noon. the ballot box.
of the settlement south go
Hendersona destroyed forever; nine cases out
for you exchange your pale cheeks Captain Mercier is to Section 26 provides that at the polling
y Ones! of Melbourne, killed a large bear pretty sure get of ten are caused by catarrh which is
.Johnso west I through in time. Though not making so place for State and county officers to be nothing but an inflamed condition of the .
it.n s It Tonic vitalizes the blood,enriches last week, and run two more right I I much flurry as some captains, he manages voted for viz: Governor, administrativeofficers mucus surfaces.WeXwill .

tIzer T. has no equal as an appe- through the camp, one nearly runningover I I to "get there just the same" both in of the executive department.State give One Hundred Dollars for

ney re11t.dedand, if not satisfied, your Mr. Henderson, senior. i time and,amount of work done, and is senator, representatives, justices of any case of Deafness (caused by Catarrh)
ferrr&. Cures every form of :I courteous and obliging to all. He has supreme court and, county officers. At I that we cannot cure by taking Hall's
4 XUal t.. Walter Howland,agent of the Equitable many friends along the river who think the other polling place two ballot boxes, Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars free.F. .

t aM m l fir.tdDr free with c-aeh bottle of ShUo'a Life Insurance Company, and Chas. .. he deserves and hope he will get the com viz: Presidential electors and congressman. I J. CHENEY & CO..Toledo O.
Orel. Price 50< br '
nwa Fla. W. Blythe, of Indianola, came down on mand of one of the new boats. i E3P SoId by Druggists. .4 r


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'.. I
\ all four felt little easier thaif"the "Jumped out of thewindow
haps ,rn
selves, as I recommended her to do ten she has been l.oyou"- "BuT01 eslop- ,
I as lonely culprit locked up in the rant, rasped forth anotherenemy's
years ago, the last time I saw her, she wed him. young
"Expected R
) a
; SQUIRREL. took them in and did for them. Oh, here j I "You not to that even to me, libranr.He thtashb* lid
tt are say to tell the truth, was not particularly did not eat humble pie, and, by Q
r we are at the houseagain. My train goes j please, Mr. Foster: we owe too much to to bo pitied. Having firm faith in he should have it, too, if I'd cr/3

L from Crowchester at 4, sharp. So:: now JAunt Pleasance. Now, as we have no his sister, ho resigned all thought of the (Cyril tingled with wrath to theft?: f
for the wilt"Mr. else in the world we must try and of .
f one future to her, and, with the wisdom his toes.)
N a flood of yellow I, Westbrook might say, "Now for : malt I
s our own way. his few years, was now exercising him- "I don't see how he could
sunshine the will r To every one's profound as- "But good heavens! how* exclaimed self on the burning topic of the moment, here without hurting hinsell'1raa

3 I stood Abbot'sGrange tonishment no will whatever was forth- !;N the young man almost impatiently. t i. e., bow to give his jailer tho slip! anxious answer back from the
I early one coming. Olive Ferrers, a graceful, dark dear Miss Ferrers can't calculate (
j "My ,
you "There you stop till I let you out, Mr. way. "I do hope the boy is safe
May afternoon, eyed girl of one-and-twenty, now in sore i, the difficulties that lie before you. I. Westbrook had said. A boastful cock- sister"-
looking the very grief at losing the loving guardian of her j Surely Mr. Westbrook"- But there "
I ; crow that went sorely against Squirrel'sgrain. "There, there, snarled the other
picture of smil- orphaned years knew nothing of the all I John Foster had to end abruptly. What : tleman. "Don't trouble 1
easeandcom-I important document would be the of his out yooa t
ing j use I about make a fuss over the
1 The door was fast, no question young
"Did it matter much, she said, wea- j
fort; i hopes about a division of property, of his knife in futile Cyril clenched his dirty little
springotted rily when the rector and John Fostersought that. He broke pen a ( fi"$ .;
: i whatever Mr. West-
er any liberality on j to slip the lock and then gave almost wished he had not started
about its sloping her out in the library where her 1! brook's part/"when he very well knew he i lit attempt up. Naturally the window suggested chimney expedition)-"the men ahcct&OQ&
r 0 lawns budding sister and young brother were trying to I had not got a generous spark in him, !I i itself as the next best means of exit grounds must look out for hin.j: jSj
woods thick with from the of his head to the sole of i
i I comfort her. "It seemed horrible to be crown Unfortunately that was full nine feet rate him soundly when we catch |b
j' bright blue hyacinths j troubling about money so soon after- |j i his foot! from the ground, the Grange front being Now Tm going to look over, h'o-5. (
sheltering had first 1
from And then she brcbe off, her sad eyes i 1, Truly, when ownership ap- well raised over a line of cellars, and, my farms. I wish you good daylr,r_
it carefully full of tears and the lawyer felt peared"possible, the gentleman had the dr to ter. If will make it 1f
northeast winds, I I young ,j hints about although =? was nothing a boy you concert t 1c f
vaguely dropped allowing
how vivid was the contrast between her of his weight, an anti-burglarious row be here by 10 to-morrow well rah
t and soft few but
a sweep the thousands
: bearing and Mr. Westbrook's, and how young people a j of posts with triple wen spiked chains this room and can begin to wind
] npt&ters.
I of corn cropped, ;i as time went on and no will was un- t
I j I her present pathos suited the girl even | I offered serious objections to this mannerof .
hawthorn hedg- : earthed another casual mention of this t
1 I t ,i better than the bright manner which j escape. What was to be done "Then, Miss Ferrers"-
edvalleFnesta diminished it few hun- t
douceur had to
I I, had rather turned his head when lately j a Squirrel planted'hunself in the middle of ".App rs," with a grant "to deQ
ling, as it were, dreds. What ultimate point of contraction -I I
I j he had paid professional visits to the his prison and eyed his surroundings inI perfect independence, sir. She
under the protecting I I 1; it might reach the man feared QJ
shadowof I Grange. iI young I terrogatively. In front was that impracticable have it if she chooses. So much the fe t
to think. So he checked himself with
its gables I I But though: it went against the grain t embarrassment and could window; behind him every ter for my pocket She gives her 1
> I gray )I with him to-vexher,he explained clearly windup inch of wall except the door space was decision in the morning. Good ie 1
+ and windowed front. with some rather incoherent remark
A ;vs
many I'! I "
and forcibly how needful it was to try lined with close packed shelves of books noon. i
.f But its seeming quietude was only-to i about arrangements being made for MissFerrers'
i t,! and find this will at once. -the same with the whole waD on A heavy step left the library,cry I
put it quite correctly-brick deep. comfort and if there was anything -
Uirairiii [Within the quaint old rooms of the Had :Miss Westbrook never told her I he could do-! his right hand. Opposite this was the the hall and slammed the front dax rt
dwelling a very peculiar turmoil was $j I I where she had put it? Never mentionedits wide, quaint tiled hearth under the shallow Every sound echoed in Cyr 's dru:1 a

6 going on; a terrible upsetting of things I details to her Naturally Mr. West- Olive colored. Something in the earnestness high shouldered chimney piece; one retreat 1c
as they had been; amazed submission to I I I I brook would like to know them before he j of his last words made her trem- side of the fireplace a small door openedinto John Foster seemed to be stajhg" .,

things as they now appeared to be; dis- 'i 1 left." ble. She was afraid of relying on him a tiny book room, which Aunt hind. Cyril heard himgiveatig&g t *

1 jmay and blank dread of what might yet The only response to this was that Olive '.1 too much, and yet, in this trouble, per-- Pleasance used to call her sanctum; on was half a groan. He was a n;:!: t
becoming. was certain Aunt Pleasance had never I i haps she might take his help for a little the other side stood a bookcase of four good chap. The boy had: half any C

F I For in the last week of chill, fickle I mentioned the matter in any way. Some j j i I while. feet high, above which hung a picture of tap on the thin panel which dMj t a

:April, Miss Pleasance Westbrobk, spin- t things she never liked to speak of. This ]I I "I think Westbrook intends settling the last Squire Westbrook in a pigtail them, and tell him so, but acotherej. I

ster mistress of Abbot's Grange, had must have been one. Perhaps she had :,;i what is to be done this afternoon" she I and bright blue coat. trance checked him. It W3.3 Olivetime. r
suddenly resigned control of all herS t; not made a will at all. i j r said, nervously; "afterwards I may be- As his quick glance took all in, his : ,

i4 ;worldly possessions. A nipping night I "But my dear young lady," cried the i j I glad to ask your advice. I am most cell looked perfectly ironbound and "Oh, Mr. Foster," she bet:1:1e: 1

frost, and a firm refusal to have a fire in rector, "that's impossible! It would leave 1 anxious about Cyril I am afraid Mr. Squirrel's heart sank within him. Must Cyril where is he, please! : His & I

her bedroom because the right date for you without a farthing! Miss West- 1 I I Westbrook does not much like"- he after all stop there like a rat in a trap, Westbrook; him out? I

such luxuries was past by five days had brook would never have done it." Here Olive's half uttered opinion was but to be let out by that odious, overbearing "No, he let himself out, I fancy,tjfr? t

proved too much for the lady of four "I know she wouldn't," put in Olive's I unexpectedly emphasized from without monster, Mr. Westbrook? Was window," was the response. "FI1 tst:
bronchitis I sister Helen delicate of there no chink he could edge himself out him before I leave. We shall
score. A swift attack of young a girl Through the door, standing ajar, came up & J
afforded her a rapid and almost painless 15, "if she could help it. But auntiewas Mr. Westbrook's voice, ringing with by, no loophole he could wriggle through? him all right But, Miss Ferrer -cs 1

..1i.iai exit from mortal scenes, but the unexpected ill only such a little time. Very anger: Yes! joy! there was! Oh, happiest. of you? Will you look on me just u ya r
s summons created strange disturbance likely she may have forgotten it." "Cyril! What are you up to there? man of business, as if I were my fa.,; 1
1 ; among survivors that began almostas "Forgotten it!" repeated tho clergyman Kick that beast down stairs this moment happy tboughts.b3.t about the chimney : intact? Will you tell xne what Mr. we* r

soon as the last""Amen" was s: dover in dismay. "My poor, dear child, "Toots is doing no harm,sir,"answeredthe ? brook has offered in lieu of what rv? (
.t her grave. Then, as one of the carriages don't suggest such a chance." I boy's clear voice. Aunt Pleasance Those emoky fennels at the Grangewere one expected you and your brother I.I

turned out of the churchyard gate, said "Or, I tell you what," said the youngest # always let us play hide and seek on the none of your screwed up, beflued sister would have

Mr. Westbrook, of High Courts, Glouces of the adopted trio, a lithe clever gallery." modern contrivances, but ample, generous : Cyril strained his ears. Olive apperi t t t

tershire, the rich merchant nephew of faced boy of 12, emerging from a Win- "Your Aunt Pleasance you call her, air passages running boldly up from to hesitate,then broke out paste t
the departed lady, to her solicitor John dow curtain, where he had been tryingto could do as she liked. Now I order whatI basement to roof. Cyril knew all about "What he has offered! A pit. t:

:; Foster: hide a tear stained countenance. choose. That clumsy brute will smash them. He had personally inspected the i Mr. Foster, that might, I suppose, j jat r
"I those connections of "Poor old auntie it off too long those of birds. Send interior of one when workmen bad been ,
suppose young put per- I cases him down keep us from starving, but which Irk
mine come in for pretty near everythingof haps. You know I was with her the- this moment: do you hear; you young repairing the many cornered stacks verily begin to starve before I wccli I- I
the old lady's, don't they? Do you the last morning just when she turned rascal'CFril'stemperfrankand above, and had safely worked his way oept on his terms! I am to cab CJi

happen to know if she's paid me the worse and she whispered want to pliant enough down to Olives own bedroom. Now if beg his pardon, and then perhaps cq 1I

compliment of a diamond ring or a silver tell Olive'- so I fetched Olive, but then under decent civility, had been brushedin he could only voyage upward from the perhaps, he will get him an office bcjl r
soup ladle? Of course you've got her auntie seemed to have forgotten every- every possible wrong direction by Mr. library, cat like range the tiles, and descend place with one of his partners at Erfcd. l

will1" thin;. She could only look at us puzzled Westbrook during these last few days. again by the old route, what a And to Helen and me ho often e j i:

"Really," was the answer, "I can give like and-and never spoke any Now it suddenly bristled up like a hedge capital joke it would be. Quick as pounds a year; enough, be says for a ;
you no information at present. My more." hog's prickles. thought Cyril stepped on the stout bars ct

father had entire management of the Then the lad burrowed back among the "I'm no more a rascal than you are, of the grate and cautiously inserted head to live on in lodgings, with Cyril's 1 ct

Abbot's Orange business, and he died curtains, being much ashamed to be sir! Olive said Toots and I could wait and shoulders up the inky entrance. to help! Mr. Foster, beggars most atf
some six months ago." caught crying. And the rector and law- here till she'd done those old papers, so I Hurrah! He could see a bit of blue sky be choosers, but I think I would rasa I

t "But you stepped into hid shoes, didntr yer left the room in the utmost perplexity. shall not come down till she calls me." !high up aloft; Nimble as his namesake die than touch a penny from Mr. 'IIS- 1 f:

.TOUr. I Here Olive turned into the hall. Mr. be began the ascent A brick jutting brook. :

"Only partly. Miss Westbrook lookedon I Every likely place was ransacked Westbrook,purple with rage was storm- conveniently here and there lent.*ndly "But, my dear-dear Miss Fctft& rf rI
me as comparatively juvenile 1 within the next hour. Every servant ing up at Cyril, who, with flaming help. He had to grope along with what is to be done? Whom else,*..4
fancy, though I have been in the firm questioned. The coachman remem- cheeks and bright eyes, stood defiantlyat closed eyes, for bits of mortar and little else have you to turn to?"

,"w ; the last five years. She never honored bered driving his mistress from the the top of the broad old stairs; nests of disturbed soot came peppering "No one, nothing, or next to note l

me with any confidential communications late Mr. Foster's office some time last Toots, a knowledgeable little fox terrier about him. Careful and crab like he But, Mr. Foster, Cyril has sonnet: I

and even took all private papers autumn, to Barnby's bank,and they tooka sniffing excitedly between the balus- hauled himself safely up till nigh the nearly two hundred pounds, I ti'' I
from our office, the will most likely tin box in the carriage with them. Off trades, as if only waiting the word of level of the library ceiling. Then be godmother left him. Now .zrely I 1I

s among them." to Barnby's bank went the coachmannow command to make for their mutual en- nearly came to grief. can send him to some school with eat.
""Ah then that elder girl yonder will again, returning with the said depositary emy's calves. He seemed to have got beautiful foot and I know when he's a little olJerll! tt

know its whereabouts. She rather a which the late Mr. Foster's eon "I'll put a brick round that cur's neck hold on a brick or two, when he suddenly will work like a man to help oa B> r

1. good looking young party. Ought to searched through with the deepest anx and have him dropped in the nearest slipped. Down went one leg, but not Helen." ("Won't I toor munaareifc.

marry well if she's got a third of the old iety. Bonds were thereof railways and pond," cried the irate gentleman; "while, down the chimney, down the other side sooty one.) "As for me, I will find sues:

maid's hoard. Got any engagement, do canals, and gas companies: a mortgage, as for your sister, she's perfectly aware, somehow. Preserving his balance with school where they will let me teach d 1I 1I 1J.1t
II you know stock of half a dozen kinds but alas! no or ought to be, that she's no more rightto difficulty, Squirrel rubbed his dusty eyes Helen can live there for my psy. IiI ,
yK No Mr Foster. did not know. Perhaps I will Mr. Westbrook telegraphed to his give orders in this house than the with his grimy hand and peered about; only for her sake I-feel-it-fcari*

the question struck him as unsea- home that he should not be back until scullery maid." (John Foster here madea him.Only Mr. Foster seemed to walk up I (;
sonable, coming the minute after the further notice. quick step forward. Olive silencedhis faint murky light struggled to down in agitation, then abut tbe"b1:3r7;
service whore half the village had been "It is desirable that I remain to see indignation with an entreating his aid, but he could just discern something door and halted. L,

crying over the loss of their kind if ec- this through," he said, and ordered the glance.) "I am master here. Now come remarkably odd. An opening "Miss Ferrers your plan, yocr d'
centric, old friend. Anyhow, the young butler to have a room prepared for him down, or I vow 111 horsewhip you." there was on the left side of the chimney mination are worthy of you. Be as

lawyer gazed studiously out of the car- for an indefinite stay. The butler car- "YouTl have to catch me first, sir," not more than two feet square, and thing fails you. Your brother nx:.tf
riage window as they wound slowly up ried tho command to the housekeeper in said Cyril coolly; "but HI do as Olive the cavity beyond must be of some size, cannotIknowbetouched tin ha h d
the hill and turned conversation to the high affront. tells me, of course." for as the lad inquisitively poked his leg age." t

Fl* beauty of some noble oaks that skirted "He speaks to me as if I was a boy in "You shall be locked up till you eat about, it came in contact with no other "Then-oh what shall we doT a
the road right and left. buttons," said he. "You and me ain't humble pie," cried Mr. Westbrook, ad- wall. Whatever could this place be A This: let me advance cocpII 4 ,t

+'"t "Ah! ha!good timber that." commented used to such masterful ways, Mrs. vancing furiously on Cyril, but rapidly bricked up cupboard perhaps; a hiding hundred, lend it, give it to J'CGo'
Mr. Westbrook critically. "I'd have Wicks." retreating as Toots rushed to the fore hole for cavaliers priests Jacobites, wait a moment Let ma tell I00'

x, it down if it was mine and turn it into But as one day after another, and thena with a vicious snap. "Miss Ferrers, I I. whatnot? II no one on earth should have kao* *. 1t 1I

4 capital that fetched 20 per cent. Can't whole week, went by, and still no will presume you have some control over Cyril's spirit of adventure rose within you'd been rich and !| 1e
} t f see the good of trees standing sucking was forthcoming 1r./Westbrook felt a your brother? I require him to stay him. In for a penny, in for aHe'd pound. seen you so often prosperoa3.Ioodl, }

up the land any more than lazy horses growing right to indulge in as much alone in the library yonder till he comes through that hole and possibly no more help loving you thaI j
eating their heads off in the stable. My masterfulness as he pleased, which wasa to his senses and apologizes to me. Will ferret out the secrets of centuries. help living! I don know sb I

fJ ( father you know-brother of the old good deal. you desire him to go into that room, or So through be went feet fore- family, and ancestors, and 90
a",' ',' lady yonder, with a nod towards the "The probability Is," he said loftily to must he be taken there by force?" most'this time, and easily enough, only know my father's name bas

4'' church "only got as much as his sister John Foster who was there every day "My brother never disputes a wish of for what felt like brick steps as- aa honored one for fifty years ti
) when his father dropped. But he was conducting a rigorous search through mine, Mr. Westbrook" said Olive, pain sisted his descent into a space which, please God, 111 do nothing to rJfJ1& .

f wise Married into trade. My mother's every room, "my deceased aunt came to fully excited yet wonderfully self con- by faintest light and much patting and if youll share it with mS' rs: 1
,, people were in East India shipping. He her trolled. around, he discovered to be small brother be 1>
senses at the last We had a few "Squirrel, dear not because I a and your sister shall
r r f, made a mint of money and turned High words about these young Ferrers last consider you require punishing, but for chamber matching in size Aunt Pleas- and you shall never know a care t-3 t 1r tI

} ; Courts that he bought cheap into aregular time I saw her. I told her plump and peace sake, please go in the library. ance's sanctum the other side of the fire can shield you from What, why -i tt

I show place." eve stuck to plain they'd no right to a penny from When I have spoken to Mr. Westbrook place. you say?"
the same line, and with a knowing her. She was a spirity old party though, presently I will come for you." Here was an exciting find! How Cyril could hear Olive sobbfcfr 1t

expression, "havent lost money, you and said she should do what she chose She stooped and laid her cheek on tha pleased old auntie would have been to very nearly committed himself b1
bet. I got" a little extra noun from my with her own for I and my children lad's curly head a moment Then off he know it How Olive would have liked it audible accompaniment. ("JobD Fob I I

t mother. had plenty without being her heirs. stalked with a lump in his throat to the if they had been stopping at the Grange. you're a Trojan," said: he 8Oft1 I I
"And a little something else," thought After that there was a coolness betweenus little room at the left of the halL Mr. As for that surly:Mr. Westbrook though, Olive will have you, rn giTe rea ,
John Foster, but aloud he said: but she'd Westbrook triumphantly turned he should never hear of this romantic for 1.
I plenty of sense, and no the key a wedding present; but no .
; "Miss Westbrook's cousin, the grandmother doubt she saw I was in the right and so upon him with, "Stop there sir tin I let den. Cyril only wished it might be full hark
- . of those young people she adopted died intestate purposely that I should you out." of ghosts that would come out and scare "I can't, I cant say *Yes,'" Old IJr

did, married" into some county family, step in and take my due. Till anythingelse John Foster walked forth among the li him if ever he lived at the place. But tered; "it would be wicked of ra#-

Mi.she Westbrook not? is proved, Mr. Foster, I shall act on lace and syringas to keep himself from ghosta in it were neither tangible nor NAb,you don carefor"xaefTottt! tt
laughed. visible 1
"Exactly so. that making unprofessional now. After ever
I. supposition remarks, and so long of me "
Country gentleman in Norfolk of the Mortified that he could not gainsay Olive fled upstairs to treat her forced stealthy creeping and feeling throughout presumptuous .6
"Presumptuous Foster.
good old style Lived up to the knocker, this arrogant gentleman, yet deeply excited calm to a good cry before recounting its length and breadth, Cyril could find Pleasance !said Mr. were& rj 4
and left about always
half what he you
began with. this fresh nothing but ancient cobwebs
misadventure and
on purely personal grounds John to her layers
young good to be
Then his just a lawyer.
sou must needs go bond for a Foster could only acquiesce in this unlucky sister Helen. of dust and debris, a wooden something, "And
friend and you yomseUrNIlikedyoa
lost you
4 even' that.Vh x o inference. Miss Westbrook must Luncheon that day was an excessively narrow table or shelf a lock of fastening, ,

hateth suretyship. say I-tJnfs how have died without_a will gloomy affair;; the lawyer racked his andAt ("Thought always." chuckled 5;r t
these Ferrets as much :
young come to be
brains for that of III'
pau- point
Tm driven conversation but investigation the
to that conclusion unwillingly I for once boy reL "She always colored up=ba
pers. could find was startled by sounds
none. that
enough, he said to Olive appeared "
pale Fer-
t' to"Miss them Westbrook sir." was greatly attached rers one morning, when, after hours of i TU trouble you in the drawing room, strangely close, being,in fact, as he soon you But man,rapturously came. ) "can]"OQefd d ,, c

turning over half a century's collectionof MissFerrers,lor a few minutes,It said Mr. remembered, in the adjacent library. me" -
"Ah! So I suppose. She was a sentimental old letters and worthless savings Westbrook, when, having finished, he Some one spoke. It was that nice fellow "I-think-I-can." .1.1r,1..
3 oil conservative And their they and Foster and his words ..
got ed.
stood together in the littered up pus his chair from him; were: "Olive
grandmother had been bro ;}:t no with drawing ,and as the two "Now, Cyril, lad if my dearest"Then kt ,
room, each feeling went thither, Helen following my you'll just
blankly that Bay *
( ensued ore
her like an own sister. I've hPar I. So instead no morewastobe her to Mr. some .:... It
sister Westbrook-why
,done; "most_ grievously with anxious eces, how's this< ? Cyril positively blushed. Logo ..
of unjust
J letting for theme .
drug John Foster longing to be by her, pre Icantseehim. Cyril Where's hevan- ,
ished to?". Continued ox Pan 6.



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BteamsTiip terminus was conceded, and. arid districf officers indicate a' ictory FI..ORIDA.
the project of a rail and for the Downing and MayejB partv, who
Im V!R IN EGYPT ship line between Chicago and South WASHED\ AWAY.A \ claim five out of nine districts and a ma- -0--

America received a decided impetus. jority in the legislature. The Downing THE TROPICA TRUXKJacksonville LISE,
party aro almost a unit in opposition to
-- the sale of the Cherokee strip to the Tampa, and

mother Battle With the Derv THE COKE WORKERS' STRIKE. Bam in Northwestern Rhode United States.An Key West System.

ishes. Only a Few Small Plants U"urklDg-Nearly Island Destroyed.Workmen Uncontrolled Street Car. .

Twelve Thousand Orets Idle. JERSEY Crrr, N. J., Aug. 7.-While anew i Schedules in Effect May 26,ISSU.

PITTSBUBO Aug. 8.-A Oonnellsville brake was being tried on a streetcar I Trains of this line run on Central Standard -

)ver 1,500 People Killed In the special to The Leader says: on it Narrowly Es-0 it gave way, and the car dashed Time, and arrive and depart from the

Engagement. A mass meeting of coke strikers was cape Watery Graves. down a hill, throwing some of the passengers J. T., & K. W. and S. F. & W. Union de

held at Youngstown Monday night, oft Surrogate James O'Neill pot.
r after which the was severely injured, and is confined to West India Fast 'Inil.o. .
marched in
men a body A Large Mill Property Badly Damaged.New .
bed. Lillis
ad-&l..J111D1 and all His Principal to Leith, reaching that place early in the Deputy Surrogate was 27 No-14
York, New Haven and Hartford also hurt, ana several others were badly
aka Chiefs Killed-Only Three Hundred morning, and were joined byte men shaken 1 00 p in..Lv Jacksonville Ar..C :;0 a m
Railroad Tracks Undermined by the
Fighting Men Left-A Thousand Prisoners working there. up.A 1 54 p m..Green Cove Spring..5 25 a m
Other Dispatches From They then started for Red Stone Bursting of a Dam In Connecticut. Very Heavy Rainfall.TAUNTON 2 40 p ui.....Palatka Junction..4 28 a m

Captured- works, and it is expected that the work- Floods In Indiana and Kansas.PBOVIDENCE Mass., Aug. 5.-One and 2 4S p in...........Palatka...........4 26 a in
Over the Ocean. ing cokers at Red Stone will join their R. L, Aug. 9.-Particulars nmety-Re\eu hundredthS inches of rain 3 23 p m.......IIuntin-ton..3 24 a m

CAIBO, Aug. Saturday morning I ranks. This makes the strike practi- of a washout at North Scituate, a fell in fifty minutes Saturda morning.The 3 42 p m........ ..Seville ...........3 00 a m
Grcn. Grenfell sent all the cavalry under i cally solid throughout the region. It is small settlement in the northwestern cellars were flooded all over town, 4 20 p m..DeLand Jun'ti on.- 00 a in

is command, including the Twentieth reported that at .Youngstown an advanceof as the sewers could not carry off all the 4 30 p in..Orange City .Junc....! 48 a m

'sm inssars, to mako a reconnoissance in C; per cent. was offered to tho men portion of the state, in last Friday'sstorm water. The aggregate amount of damage ;5 15 p m...........Sanford...........1 15 a m
of the enemy's position. The and was rejected by them.A have just reached this city. Tho will be large to private property, be- 5 57 P IU........Winter Park......11 53 p m

4n brce drew the dervishes out, Scottdale, Pa., special says: Moswansicut Manufacturing company'sdam sides gullied streets. Some of the () 13 p m..........Orlando..........11 40 p m
cavalry speedily The strike is now general and the in- broke away just before noon. carrying foundries woro compelled to stop work.A 7 25 m..Kissimmre.l0 50

P pud as soon as the general saw the posi- dications are that the stru gle will be a everything with it and flooding the washout is reported on the Old 10 13 p p m..........Tampa........... 7 40 p p m m
tion of affairs he brought up two infantry long one. Monday evening Superin-i mill property. The structure was a new Colony railroad between here and Fall 10 45 p m...Ar Port Tampa Lv.. C 50 p m
and fierce encounter tendent Smith of Alico works Scnoon- ;
a en- built
brigades one, of granite, and was considered Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars between
maker & called his together ---- --------
EUed. Company men one of the best in the state. The River.FOR New York and Tampa, airy. No 27 stops
s The result was the complete defeat of and submitted propositions to gates had been worked but once. at Kissimmee for 'Nos. 14 and 27
$3,000. supper.
L them. When they' asked if he would
dervishes and Wad-El-Jumi, their !I
the A Close CalL connect at Port Tampa with Plant Steamship -
confer with the
strikers' executive
leader, and all the principal emirs who mittee, he replied that he would com- Men had been at work all the morn- I Line for Key West and Havana. Ships
had accompanied him were killed. The nize no labor organization.The recog- ing calking the crevices in the solid ma- KMCJIBLY-LOCATED ail from Port Tampa on Mondays and

dervishes were slaughtered wholesale, men rose in a body and marchedto sonry. When thus engaged a regular Thursdays on arrival of train No. 27
their death. The
at least 1,500 meeting Moorwood, thenco to the Standard tidal wave swept across the lake and connects at Palatka Junction with the Flor
rebels fought well, making many bold works and down the stream. The workmen aban- ida Southern Railway.TRAINS .
were joined by the workingmen.
charges with their usual impetuosity, doned their places and rushed for the ORANGE GROVE
but they were not able to withstand the They then, 1,200 strong, marchedto hillside. They were not a second too BETWEEN DELAND JUNCTION AND

onslaught of the cavalry and tiro of the Mt Pleasant A guard that had soon, for the great pile of masonry DELA l>.
been placed by the at Moor-
Y !Martini-Henry rifles. wood fired several shots company the gates and buttresses were carried downthe Lv DeLund NoDl NoS'J NoS7 NoS NoS3
h The Egyptian troops and cavalry captured to frighten of the mill ON INDIAN RIVER ; ;
strikers The strikers rushed stream, and a part was Junction..7:50p 10:45p 2:4op 12:40p S:50a)
many rifles, ana they also took the guard away.and the latter fled. upon The also washed away. I I Ar DeLand..1L 05p 4:4p :3:00p 12:55p: 9:05a
one brass gun and numbers of spears Damage to Property Very Great. !' IN FINE THRIFTY CONDITION.
and a quantity of standards. The Egyp- men did no damage to property and re Ar Deland NoS2 NoS4 NoSG NeSS Noi)2:
The mill dam alone
cost $10,000. The
tian loss is not accurately known now. tired. I I Junction.S:35a 12:1F>p 2:201)4:15p 10:30p '
Jimtown fired several damage to surrounding THREE HUNDRED & FIFFT TRES
the was
: property
e Lieut B. Cotton, of the Shropshire guard I Lv DeLandS:20a 12:00p 2:05p 4:00p ]0:10l
shots at the strikers but without effect. very great Small houses were undermined I {
regiment, is reported to be dangerously I Trains SS and 8J run daily, all others
The strikers marched past the works and much household propertywas i Two Hundred in Good
wounded, while Maj. A. Hunter, of the Bearing. daily except Sudd ay.
Lancaster regiment, is wounded quietly, returning to Jimtown at a later washed away. The people rushedto
ilightly.Royal This complete victory will hour, held a mass meeting and inducedthe tho hills for safety, several abandon- South Florida Accommodation.No. .
to tho endless workingmen to join their ranks. ing their houses, cattle and fowls to the 3. No. 6.
put a stop dissatisfaction They persuaded the men at Sterling mercy of the torrent Some of the 8 30 a III...Lv Jacksonville Ar..6 45 pniii
rife in Egypt and in Cairo. WILL GUARANTEE A NET INCOME -
now The latest upper telegram from the front works to strike. The entire works ol highways are gullied twenty feet deep. I 33 a 1II..Grccn Cove SJring..5 4-1 pill

that with tho exception of about Schoonmaker & Company aro now idle. FROM PRESENT CROP 10 2.i a m ...raiaiKa.i unction ...-1 oU p IU
1 states all the dervishes The report of bloodshed is false, but Another Dam Gone. I I 10 35 :to m...........Palatka...........4 45 p m
300 killed.men Numbers fighting of women and children are- it cannot be denied that things are assuming I MERIDEN, Conn., Aug. 9.-Garlick's I OF 10 PER CENT. ON PRICE. 11 17 a in....... Huntingtoiu ......4 00 p m

into at a very serious aspect Last dam, holding back seventy-five acres of 11 40 a m............Seville ...........3 3D p m
Toski.are now Abdul coming Habini our second camp evening Superintendent Brennen, of water ten feet deep, two miles above !i 12 34 p in... DeLand Junction ...2 43 p in
commander -
was killed. The result of thoday's McClure & Company, offered his men hero, broke Tuesday morning and allowed -I ADlJlt:.';::, 12 48 pm... Orange City June ...2 27 p in
operations was most successful, as an advance of G| per cent, but the offer a torrent of water to sweep 1 20 p m..Ar Sanford Lv......1 55 p m
through a wild valley to the tracks of
the dervish force is practically annihi- was rejected.A LOCK( BOX 240 TITUSVILLE Daily between Jacksonville and Palatka;
the 11ew York, New Haven and Hart- ,
lated. Only a few small parties are still general mass meeting will be held daily except: Sunday south of Palatka. No.
northward of Toski All the Egyptian here, and over 8,000 strikers will be ford railway, a half mile away. The 1XOKIOA. 9 3 connects at Palatka with Fla. So. Ry.
water here poured through a small culvert -
returned to and tho remains presentIt Jacksonville and Sanford Accommodation. -
troops camp
was reported Tuesday afternoon into the peat. works pond on the I -___
of the enemy are scattered across .
other side. i
that Schoonmaker & Company have also
miles from the river
the going plain south.for eight Tho news of the victory offered OJ per cent advance, and that j Not Large Enough. I I! W. R KNOX No. 5 No. 78

Mas received with great enthusiasm and the offer had been rejected. The culvert was too small for the 3 50 p IH..LV Jacksonville Ar_12 45 p m

at the theater Khooival an anthem was Tho total number of idle ovens now tremendous volume and a pressure was I, 5 44 p m..UreenCo\"eSpring..J1 40 a m
I reaches 11,594, employing 12,000 men. soon exerted, which bore away thirty 7 22 p m..PalatkaJunetion..l0 45 a m
played.Gunboats 7 50 m...........Palatka .........10 40
tho scattered Only a few small plants in the region feet of the rock ballast in the northbound I House & Painter p a m
remnants of are tho following dervish force the are working and they will probably be track, the breach extending tinder I' Sign 3 50 p m........IIuntington_...... 9 55 a m
along 9 22 ..........Seville. .... ... 9 37
river. Trig dervishes desperately, idle in a few hours. tho ties. A gang of men with car !I Ii p m a m
themselves fought the advancing loads of stone were put to work and the i: 10 3.5 p m.....Deland Junction... 8 49 a in
throwing II
columns upon and refusing ELEVEN SPARKLING DIAMONDS damage was repaired so that trains I I 10 55 p m..Orange City June... 9 25 a m
repeatedly, 1TJTSVILLE FLA.
11 50 ......ArSanford Lv.-
could pass slowly over the spot by 10:30. i p m 05 a m
quarter. The crisis of the battle was Found Clenched In a Gigantic Fossil I
Had the dam broken in the night and Daily except Sunday.No. .
reached when the dervishes attemptedto Found In Phelps County, Nebraska- I I _
turn tho extreme of the not been discovered as soon as it was, .78 connects at Palatka Junction with
ians. The steadiness right of the troops Egypt-was KEARNEY, Neb., Aug. 8.-J. R. Moles, the tracks would have gone. Water is Florida Southern Hnilwa).

1'r admirable. Tho cavalry here swept I a farmer living in Phelps county, about still rushing through the culvert but Will Estimate or Contract for Painting Nan lord and Luke Eusfis Hallway.

through the lines of the enemy, breaKing twelve miles from Kearney, is in posses- with proper precaution no further dam- anywhere on Indian River. LEAVE ARRIVE

them up. The cavalry pursued the sion of a curiosity which is a valuable age will result I I No. 113 No. 111 No. 110 No 112

retreating rebels for miles. Gen. Gren relic of pre-historic times in this part of Entire Family Drowned. I I Can do all kinds of Graining, eitherin 5:10p: m 4:30 a in..Sanford..8:20 a 8:45 pm

fell ordered the gunboats to pick up the continent Some time ago, while MITCHELL: Ind., Aug. Sunday's Oil or Water-Colors,representing Oak, 5:27 p m 4:59 a m..Paola..7:59 a :22 jmi
for he
wounded. excavating a cave, exhume a
fugitives storm in this section proves to have been 5:50 p m 5:57 a ra.Sorrento..7:34 a 7:40 pm
The number of casualties suffered in large bnown stone, weighing over twenty most disastrous to life and property. A Ash. Cherry, Walnut Mahogany.. HO.jp In 6:17 a 1ll. It Dora.7:22 a 7:20 pm

the engagement by the British and pounds. When the clay was removed spring wagon containing a famifyof five- GIH J p m 6:30 a m.Tavares..7:10 a 7:00 pm
Egyptians: is surprisingly small Their from it a large fossil representing a father, mother and three small children Wood-Filling & Hard-Oil Finishing. Daily except Sunday. No. 113 connectsat
total loss is seventeen killed and 131 clenched handwas revealed. The SPQimen -was blown from tho roadside into Sanford with West India Fast Mail. No.

I uounded. A thousand dervish prison- had broken from the mammotharm Block creek and all were drowned 110 connects at Sanford with Jacksonvilleand
ers'wero captured.The just above the wrist and the imprint Scores of houses were unroofed and several PAPER HANGING Sanford accommodation for points
khedive has sent his congratulation of a coarse cloth or some woven were demolished. The storm was North.
to Gen. Grenfell upon his decisive material was plainly outlined on the general throughout southwestern In-
Indian llivcr Express.No. .
at Toski. back of the hand.
Gen. Grenfell has decided that tho For several months the specimen had diana. ;! I: : 1 sc :miming 27 No. 78

permanent occupation of Barras will be laid about the house, and no one who Cyclone In Kansas. 1 00 p. nuLv. Jacksonville Ar..12 45 p m

necessary to protect the frontier from saw it had any idea of the great amountof CLEABWATEB, Kan., Aug. 9.-A cyclone AND 2 40 p m..Palatka Junction..10 45 p m .

incursions such as the one just repulsed. wealth held firmly in the grasp of the passed south of this city Sunday, :? 48 p m..........Palatka..........10 40 p m
A movement upon Dongola deems stony fingers. A small boy: in the family doing considerable damage. Two houses STENCIL WORK :3 42 p in.........-Seville.9 37 p m
useless unless the government assent to whose faculty of smashing things is were demolished and William Goode, 4 20 p m..DeLand Junction... 8 40 p m

the view expressed by all the English just beginning to develop, conceivedthe the occupant of one of them, was fatally AND MOSAIC 4 57 p m..Enterprise......... 8 04 p m
generals that Berber should be bald aathe idea of opening tho hand. When injured, Several horses and many cattle ANTIQUE 6 50 p m..Ar Titusville Lv... 6 00 a m
true key to tho Soudan. broken, to his astonishment there rolled were killed. The corn crop was Daily except Sund.iv. Steamers leave Ti
out eleven brilliant transparent stones. damaged to the extent of 12000. The G-1ass staining: tusville daily,except Sunday, for all points
Showing; the Emperor Around. The discovery of these beauties was path of the cyclone was one-fourth of a to Indian River as far south as Melbourneat

LONDON, Aug. 5.-Emperor William not made public until Sunday, when mile wide and six miles long. For Decorating Churches. Dwellingsand 6:00:1. in. Steamers leave Melbourne

and the Prince of Wales visited many Mr. Moles showed them to a jeweler, all Public Buildin Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at ;):00
P of the English war vessels Saturday, who pronounced them genuine first Wedded in Death. a m for all points south as far as Jupiter,
and after inspecting the monster iron water diamonds without a speck or flaw BBOWNBVILLE;, Ind., Au"'. 9.-Ollie Special attention to all inside Finish connecting then with stage: for Juno and all
clads went on board the little torpedo to mar their beauty. The pieces are Martin, of Connersville, ana Miss Maud landings on Lake 'V orth.
boat commanded by Prince George of nearly uniform in shape, ana are about Soylers, of this place, were drowned inWhitewater ing. Halifax Hirer
Wales. The latter, who. in conformity the size of Lima beans. They have the river Sunday night They Exprcsw.
with the rigid discipline of the service. appearance of being water worn. The had been out driving ana in attemptingto Very Respectfully. No. 27; No. 78
bad remained on board his vessel all possessor of this valuable find will dispose ford the river the horse and buggywere 1 00 p m..Lv Jacksonville Ar_12 45 p in

night was highly complimented by his of the diamonds, and will at once carried down by the current ana 15 W. R. KNOX. 2 421' w.Ar Palatka Lv..JO 40 1) 111
cousin, tho on the effectiveness dig up his farm in search of the other all were lost The couple were to have 3 00 P m.-Lv Palatka Ar.- 35 p m

of all the emperor appliances on board the part of the giant's antique anatomy. been married soon. The bodies were recovered Notice of tile Formation of the f> 00 p in..........Ormond.......... 6 2.5 p m
unique little craft 6 2h p m..Ar Daytona I v...- 6 00 a in
DECISIVE BATTLE IN HAYTl Titusville Cemetery Com Daily except Sunday.
Remit of France's Ih Oond Ballet. CRAZY ON RELIGION. I i pany. For additional times at stations not named

PARIS, Aug. 5.-The results of forty- Hlppolyte's Army in Full.Retreat Uefore Camp Meeting By the Seventh Day AdventUU of this shall be above, and for general information, apply ....
the Victors.NEW The corporation
three second ballots in the French cantons at Belleville, Mich. name at city ticket office.
I yesterday show that twelve Republicans YORK, Aug. 9.-The Haytian BELLEVILLE Mich., 7.-The "The Titusville Cemetery Company. Its Tickets on sale at City Ticket Office, Xo.
consulate is in receipt of news Aug. principal office shall be at Titusville, and West and Union .
t thirty Conservatives and one general 95 Bay street at depot.J.
Seventh Adventists have been
con- the beauti-
i Boulangist have been elected. The successful under the date of July 28, from Port-au- its general business laying out, A. LAUNERD, G. D. ACKERLY,
Boulangist is M. Laguerre, Prince per steamer Athos that the rebel ducting a camp meeting hero for two fying and selling cemetery lots at a placeto Supt. Gen. Paw. Agt.D. .
member of and weeks. The meeting have been attended be hereafter purchased, and convenientto F. JACK General
of the chamber deputies chiefs, Hippolyte and Jean Jumeau, Manager.
ta Gee elected in La Rochelte. by large numbers, and tho excitement Titusville. The amount of capital stock
with their combined forces, made a con-
wrought up has been intense. authorized shall be four thousand dollars, THE
A False Alarm. certed attack on Port-au-Prince which Mrs. Frank Bart a prominent memberof to be paid up in full and used for the pur-

i BELGRADE, Aug. 5.-The report that resulted in a general routing of the at- the Methodist church, was seized chase and improvement of cemetery prop
the government had ordered all three of tacking forces, which at last reportswere with the "power" at one of these meetings I erty. The corporation shall date its existence NEW DRUG STORE

&e military classes of Servia to muster retreating toward St Marc. and Has since become a raving from the time of filing its articles of

vas incorrect It is tho intention of the Counterfeit ..Captured.SUEld1L maniac. She bewails the loss of her association antllJaws"ith the Secretaryof
government to propose! the adoption of Mo. Money The United soul, and has so frequently threatenedto State and complying with the provisions Has on hand a Fine Assortment of
a new militia system in October. A. Aug. 8.- lot of commit suicide that it has been necessary of the law governing the organization of
i States authorities captured a to take her to an asylum. corporations, and shall continue for the period FRESH DRUGS.Also
counterfeit here Monday, and .
From England Direct t.u Ppaln. money Other converts go roaming throughthe of twenty years .
MADRID, Aug. 5.-A rumor has gained Arrested Ike Beeler;The a prominent young streets warning the people of the I The business of the company shall be
currency here that Emperor William, ofGermany man of the city. counterfeits are wrath to come and pointing to the recent -. conducted by a president, vice-president, SPECIFIC REMEDIES. GUARANTEED -
silver dollars, and they are so near per TO CURE the Dreases for which
on leaving England will sail floods as evidence that the vials are secretary and treasurer, who shall consti-
Jfectly for Saint Sebastian to visit fect that they have been passing without currentin dis being emptied out There is much feel tute the board of directors, and shall for they are Recommended.

Christina, queen regent of Spain.Battle this county for a year found burieda ing among other Christian sects againstthe the first year be the undersigned incorporators iV, AFTER USING: ANY OF THEM, YOU
covery. money was Adventists. Rev. R L. Hewson, of in the order named. They shall be ARK SOT :tATI:*flED WITH THE RESULT,
in Crete. short distance from Beeler's home. the Methodist Episcopal church, from the YOUR MONEY WILT BE CHEERFULLY nEFCND1.'l -
LOXDON Aug. 5.-The Turks have attacked A brother of Beeler, who is now in Kan- his pulpit denounced proselyting elected for each subsequent year upon ).
in Juland shall hold office
and dispersed a body of insurgents sas City:, is alleged to have been a part- preachers as a "bad lot" and some of until Monday their successors are elected and We have no cur -aIls, but a- different
near Caries, Crete. A number on ner in the crime. the Methodist laity are even more Remedy for Each Class of Diseasefor -

both rides were killed and wounded. Brake Jail. I threatening in their language. At the qualify.The highest amount of indebtedness or Affections of the Liver, Lungs, Heart
same time tho meetings continue and and Kidneys for Female Complaints and
which the ; ;
Chicagoans in Florida. CADU.TJJL Mich.., Aug. 9.-Eight prisoners conversions The liability to company can at any
many are resulting. &lso Ointments for Eczema, Ringworm,
confined in the Wexford county time subject itself shall not exceed one-
Flo.. Aug. 7.-The delegation Methodists will
of Skin.
ofTChiP.1 open an oppositioncamp Tetter and other Diseases the
at early hour Monday half the capital
an :
buaulessmen were royally en. jail escaped
here next week. be
jo will
meeting Give them a trial and you not
whole President. DWIGHT TCTTLE
working a through ,
*j wea by the authorities ana leading momNlnby '
leas here. They visited the cigar entering the attic and The Cherokee Election. Vice-President. ISAAC E. BBOWN. disappointed. .

[factories and other manufacturing esouahjnentfi breaking Iiole through the siding and LITTLE ROCK Alt,. Aug.>8.Returnsfrom Secretary, GEO. M. ROBBIX, J. B. SCREVEN Druggist,
and were taken on a trip dropping to the ground. The officers the election held in the Cherokee Treasurer, WALTERS.GRAHAM,

Sffcnd the harbor and along the coast are in pursuit naJjo1 of members pf .th legislature 15. TITUSYILLE, FLA. 7,

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: 1 e STAR. r ( r Lewis was shot; and fits bio er, Albert !1.' ainitE says that King Sbloaoa r i ,
Meetins. I Lewis, seriously, if not fatally, stabbed Nebudknaziar are in jaiL Them ..
THAT SEIZURE. by the HutchinS brothers. A bitter fend twelve of the riotous worhipPerJ. '!*
( PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY.MS The usual monthly meeting of the has existed between the families. Jimmy prison and eighteen out on bail ''?

Board of County Commissioners met, in Dunn, who was standing by, was woman, Walker, whom BeD beat v t
B. WAGERjltor and Pidttr. also fatally shot in the neck. Two of i. exorcism has died. Three accesS t
accordance with law, Monday, 5th lust, The Black Diamond's Captain the Hutchins brothers were arrested and to her death are in jail, charged-f-J .
$1.50 per Annum. when the following members were present. lodged in jail. There is great excite- I murder. Most of the culprits are chJS i.fi.fi

4'rn :I Robert Morrow, chairman ; J. M. Sand: Gives Further Particulars. ment over the affair. .i with assault with intent to kill i
Entered at the Port Office at TitwriUeatSecondCla : This is the fourth effort of
t; er, P. A. McMillan, A. J. Carter and C. Fight With Pistols and Razors. Smith. Three times he has i r

J .' ** Matter. E. Chaffee, with A. A.: Stewart, clerk ; Mr. Frank, the Vessel's Owner, I i i CINCINNATI. Aug. 7.-A fight with pis- .; the 'temple" and the "ark" ia de s -ed .f.t
J. P. Blake clerk and James E. Exceedingly Wroth. i tols and razors took place during a James' warning that whoeverthe to
THE STAR is the OFFICIAL newspaperfor deputy !
r negro picnic at Walton, Ky., Saturday ark would be stricken and die. !
Brevard county. Bowman, sheriff. night dunaJames which Rube Farrell, temple is a series of circular seat. ]v 3

h. 1. On motion it is ordered that motion He Characterizes the Affair tw Highway Robinson and Bailev Carson I an oak. King Solomon and Se f

Robbery and Approve* of the were fatally, and a number of men and I i resting in jaiL: XebudJbji i" ,.j
t The Star has the Largest circulationof Xo. 11 in minutes of last meeting be Captain's zar are
any paper on the East coast of Tin. amended the following: Actions in Fnuginjj Her Back-English: : women serioasly, shot and cut- .' eats grass on all fours when an O c
by inserting -----
I trinity is given him to graze. d 1
C *Also 4 mills tax for school Newspaper Comment Freely Upon the KING MAU TOA3 BRAKE. 1J
purposes. ] from Monday those in jail will h J
f 24 aYe 1I
A SQDABEisoncinchin space; Seizure. a
i make a column.For Whereupon the minutes of I last meeting The Latest Samoan News Causes: a Stir :i hearing before the county court 1t
Aug. -Capt
of the Editor were read and approved. in Germany. <
advertising rates enquire 1f
; \ Defended Herself With
a Slot
I Thomas, of the Black Diamond i
gives f 1t
r.1Raysenclo3ing two cent stamp.TOMORROW 2. On motion it is ordered that S. F. LONDON, Aug. la-The latest news ]
I further particulars of the seizures So1 RSE'l'. Ky., Aug.: a.- Tail t
--. from Samoa is causing a stir throughout night five men visited: the
be of
Gray appointed Supervisor Registration Before the Rush ordered the Black residence ci t
Germany, and if the advices which have .; Love two miles
of Mrs.
the editor west
morning of
1 in and for this county for the Diamond to heave to !she attempted for !: t
I been received here Germanchannels and demanded ?
through bt
city, admittance
: w!
STAR leaves for a few weeks' vacationamong next two upward of half an hour to beat her on s
ensuing yean are confirmed, there is reason was refused. They attempted to bra*
w the mountains of North Carolina. 3. On motion it is ordered that the another tack, so that she would he compelled to fear new and serious complications : in, when she opened fire on them, shod, f

During our absence our duties will bee of the Court House for religious uses to take a course that would leadherwihin which may entirely undo the work of' ing one. Warrants were issued 154 t
., performed by Dr. W. S. Graham, whose the limit of jurisdiction if she the recent Samoan conference in Berlin. i three arrests made but the pin ft. I
L etc., shall be prohibited. and that the went on. According to their accounts King Malie- I I fuse to give their names. Seth lloor. 1

ability as a newspaper man ha already sheriff shall take an inventory of the The greatest excitement prevailedaboard. toa, who Had been brought back to Apia : field, one arrested party, has W t

been set forth in the foundation of Or and of The man in the chains with by a German man-of-war with the exj j recognized. The weapon used was a ot.gun t
+ lando's We know our readers county property place a copy the k'ad, \vhen: he saw the intention of press understanding that the status quo and the wound is serioui t
paper. it in the hand of the janitor, makinghim the Rush: toll the sailing master, who should be maintained until the treaty !+ the row Mrs. Love was robbed of alL s

..; ; will appreciate his brief reign on the I or her responsible for such effects to tacked awar with some risk finally drafted by: th co'pftreJl.C01 be ratii i I

-, editorial tripod of the STAR. Our jobdepartment the Board of County Commissioners. nova .r -lbe? BUck- piauiond nevelwe fied by the United States senate, has t
under of Mr. Walton t '.jtluntrh-six I miles of any landing entirely repudiated this agreementImniedialely CONDENSED TELEGRAMS. l
charge 4. On motion it is ordered that C. E.
;i tnoii! ;b another tack in would have his he --
will be able to handle all work and weI' upon landing i! Minor Events aDd Little r
r Chaffee be allowed mileage of 232 milesin brought her right np within the limit. i iMr. gathered his followers together and compelled UaPPMJal1.
hope our patrons will not forget to send Frank owner of the Black Dia- Tamasese to hand j Various Place*lSt
June 1889 King
c to $23.20. overdo f
I' in their order?, which shall have our I ruoud. gaffe orders before her departureto him the prison and polic force of Apia. ,; F. Lecroix, aged 75, of chatter
5. On motion it is ordered that the and Miss Loo. Black t
re. it to the utmost and fully ap- He dismissed the German police ajl of RSJJ:
f. : usual attention and dispatch. road superintendents for the different ".-sthe captain's action in bringinger Herr Von Wol ersdorff superintendent and- I Town, Ga.. eloped sad were married I

f County Commissioner's districts shall be I ack. He saYS that two years ago released from prison several natives who i Judge Lambert Tree ex-Gaited StaJa t

WE give space to the article of Mr. his schooner, the Alfred Adams, was had been arrested by his order. At last i minister to Russia, has tendered t)the 03. J
fJ' appointed as follows ; L. A. Coleman, boarded in precisely the same way by accounts the entire municipal i missioners of Lincoln park, C&cap, i 1J
Nefebitt, in another column, this week, i district Xo. 1 ; F. H. Boye, district Xo. the Rush and escaped in like mannei. of Apia was in the hand of got'ernment Malie-- I bronze statue of La Salle.

r r with pleasure, but think his reasoning isJt. 2. A. L. Dixon, district Xo. 3 ; John He characterizes tne affair as highway tea whose men were patrolling the city i Kentucky went Democratic by about tI \4.

entirely out of line to help his cause in robbery and is collecting the whole of armed and Tamasese though nominal I 000 majority.
Houston, district Xo. 4. T. J. DeSteu- crow the
the together for of I Democratic majority InentukyA}
Let the itself purpose ly king, kept himself perforce very s e- !
our county. past bury ,
ben district Xo. 5. Whereupon the taking their affidavits about the affair cluded. 25,000.

i r for scenes which he seeks to repicture Board took a recess until 2 p. in. Afterreces.s before paj'ing thIn off: and thus substantiating What excites: the Germans still more The Grand .Army gives up the but hop;. ls

have nothing to do with the question of tne claim he will make for than this breach of faith on the part of 'I of securing the one dent rate to Xijvauht I
: business was resumed at 2 p. m. compensation to the American government Malietoa is the gratuitous insult Robert Bonner gays Maud S will ba pa!b
to-day, whether prohibition or high 6. The I : Mr. Bonner U I
1' following bills were audited heaped the German at training a once. now loci-
license is preferable to the welfare of and ordered paid : jttr. Hawkins, the prize crew of one, Is sort of upon National fete held emperor in Apia by a :+ ing for a new trainer. ,

1 Brevard. Let this question be discussed still in the city under care of the American Malietoa and his followers. On this occasion ': The Indianapolis institution for the! Uud t
GENERAL FUND.W. consulate. Collector of Customs : is found to be a house built snj. r
# dead upon &sj
its merits alone. views and the baby dance of the Sa- {
on Religious R. Sanders.......................... 75 00 Hawley wired tj the Ottawa authorities moans took pbce, only instead of the : is in danger of falling.
t political ideas have very little to do with I). Laney................................. 10 00 the substance of the written orders traditional dead baby Malietoa'g fol t The board of managers of the >aHc3al t

t1. it, for we have Democrats and Republicans A. J. Carter.......................... ... 7 CO given to Hawkins by the American slop lowers carried in the procession a bust ,I soldiers homes appropriate small: chasgt o

r cans on both sides and religious men and D. Laney..... .................:......... 10 00 per. The Indians< aboard the boat, when of Emperor William I, which in all the amount of $710,031 to pay expenses o f t
rr R. Morrow.................. ............ 10 00 they knew tne intention with which likelihood had been washed ashore from six institutions for the quarter; 1 i,O3 ra'?- I

$, non-believers also. C. E. Chaffee...... ......... .............. 23 20 !Hawkins had been put on board, signified the wreck of the German war ship Eber. I am arc provided for. 1

We have no objection to Judge Tucker C. E. Chaffee............................. 52 40 their intention of killing him before When the German consul heard of I It id rumored that Martin Bark is g .rt a

advocating prohibition. Weqnly think P. A. )Ic IilIan........................ 20 00 they The would be taken to Sitka.. this insult he promptly made a demand I to conf L c
English part of the however I Rains in North Carolina have the
ox ,
4 crew Malietoa for
Jas. T. Sanders upon this bust, and it is
he misunderstood the of prosecuting att'y.. 80 00 t
position our were verv moderate with him. corn and tobacco crops seriously dstuuel
.1 I brother editor, Mr. Gore, and that also Jas. Pritchard, interest............... IS 75 They treated liim most kindly, but now his possession. I p The location of the capital of Waetyigtgt t

.; his own town would be a better place for BUILDING FUND. finnly, and gave him to understand that .' TWO DARING TRAIN ROBBERIES. 'j territory will be left to the city receivbjS C

Andrew Froscher.......................$45 50 it was impossible to go to Sitka. Haw- : largest vote 8
him to storm than Indian River. Be- Eacott& Co.............................. 25 60 kins is now walking around the city, the Two Thousand. Dollars Secured in Oue j jCa j j The Idaho constitution compUtad tad t

fore the October election let this questionbe Chas. Fulton.............. .............. 2 50 observed of vil observers in the revenueeailor's and Two Hundred in the Other. I i I signed by all the member save Qua, n=slPefley t

thoroughly discussed. Our columnsare T. J. Cockshutt.......................... 40 00 uniform.Thomas FORT WOBTIL. Tex., Aug. 5.-A most who refused his $ignatur baD r

always open. F. II. Boye............................... 70 00 Capt.itinoe his escapade.been treated Mr. Frank splendidly intends -- morning daring train near robbery Cheyenne took, 375 place miles Sunday from I I the The document full number recognized of sigoatur.s the Aloxightj for Ha f .t 1

---- 7. On motion it is ordered that the to await the result of a conference Fort Worth. When the south-bound I: opening of the Sioux reservation war .,
assessor's tax roll in Ottawa on the subject prior to taiing: cured when Chief Gall:: reluctantly s '
AUGUST is eminently the hurricane or assessment roll be ac- action. express: stopped there for water six e. month and cepted, and the assessments made by the masked men boarded it and ordered th ; consent. He said: "Tbs whites en: tab r
navigators of the tropical and The Bear has not vet been heard from. e'our j I land anyway, so why not si 3 itt I
western part of the North Atlantic, the assessor be sustained. The British fleet is "now off Port Simpson !I cars engineer from to the detach the mail and express | hope they will be satisfied now." Std T

8. On motion it is ordered that the coaling, and will come down next passenger coaches and j Bull is very angry over the result
hydrographic should
department suggests, week pull oat which he aid. going nearly tl Jeff Davis

be on their guard. One of the most im order Xo. 11 in the July session shall be The Late Outrage." two miles. when he was commanded to J! on his book, is"Ttu dissatisfied Riesan.i with Fall the! of profit t\I 1

't 1 amended by making the road tax 1 mill stop. Southern *
portant an approaching Confederacy.1 The pulliih i
LONDON 10. The D. E.
Aug. seizure of the Waloott postal clerk, and Express : t
{ storm is of hurricane violence is the instead of I!. Whereupon the Board adjourned Black Diamond has again directed pub- Messenger Marsh in the meantime claim that the book cannot besoliiatb (

.. marked cyclonic circulation of the wind, until 9 a. m. to-morrow. lic attention to the Questions at issue be- hastily secreted the most valuable packages north manifested because of the strong sectional fee::,
in itCriiuvs 1t
: lower and Titusville Fla., Brevard tween England ana the United States so that when commanded by the 1r t
clouds The county, Aug.
f upper etc. sur- I the
II on subject of the seal fisheries in robbers to open the doors they made a 1
face wind blows spirally inward (not circularly I 5,1S89-At an adjourned meeting the Behring sea, and the newspapers com- show of resistance. The robbers s and CaulU 1I
eAt, Kansas
except very near the center); the Hon. Board of County Commissioners, ment them very freely upon what most of cured about $2,000, and hastily made j, ployed at the City desiccating, Mo., Frank and refining Morti wjrb., fa- f I
agree in their
i next upper current (carrying; the low pursuant to adjournment, met at 9 a. m. outrage. describing as the latest escape. fell into a vat of hot grease: and wosbc&d! l )

scud and rain Members present. Robert Morrow chairman The Si Duly Partly Successful. 1 to duth.I .
cloud), in almost an exact James Gazette condemns the I tI 1
to circle about the center ; the next ; J. M. Sanders, A. J. Carter, P. A. seizure, and believes that the English KANSAS Crrr, Aug. 5 -A daring train Robert D3erin"15-yeor-oH wife hu d' (
1 McMillan speaking people on both sides of the At- robberY was committed Saturday night I appeared from Lexington, K;., with 13ft
C. E. J 1 1i
f'i I current (the high cumulus), in with A. A. lantic are tired of the dodges of political near Harlem, five miles east of Kansas of Robert's ra. .h:

n outward spiral-and so on, up to the Stewart, clerk ; J. P. Blake,deputy clerk, tricksters, resorted to to further their City. Two masked men entered the I, AtCarutbervaivMa. Bo** Wells skit ,

highest cirrus cloud=, which radiate directly and J. E. Bowman, sheriff own selfish purposes, suob as the dismissal sleeper of passenger No. *, on the Wabash and killed Heary Oliver. The tragedy WIIr ]
of the British Western, and while | the result of a fSmfly feud.
1. On motion it minister at W tlSb- one covered
outward. The ordered that Miss I I
angle of divergence ington. and the present gratuitous out- the passengers with two revolvers the |, Tba Fort Worth and Denver can aa j express It
b between the successive currents i is almost] Henrietta Brown be appointed janitressin rage. The Gazette trusts that Sir Julian other robbed them. Meeting the conductor tmia wa stepped by sir masked feu II

i exactly two points of the compass. Ordinarily place of Mrs. I 1). Laney removed from Pauncefote's presence at this time in he was greeted with the command I near Chayeaaa, Tex., and robbi of 1000I l I
h town. London will hasten a settlement of the "Hold up your hansd!" He did I cash from the express car, and a r sserd
with 6
surface wind from north, so, but down : mail
vexed questions involved in the Black came with his lantern pttickag9.
for instance, the low clouds come from 2. On motion it is ordered that the Diamond seizure. i striking one of the bandits. knocking f Al a colored "cake walk,"at PbJ.I.1.ntT11 1a

the north also; on the edge of a hurri petitions of H. S. Williams and C. B. him do wn. A passenger pulled the air- I Ky., Will Thomas shot Tom and G*riLawsoa

'I cane, however, they come from north Magruder for scholarships at the East OTTAWA.Ilara Not Aug.Asked 10.-for The Protectlou.minister of train brake was and moving the robbers twenty-nve escaped while miles the an At Princeton seriously., Ky., Frederick Duaa j 1 1t 1i

I northeast invariably. -Florida Seminary, located at Gainesville, customs states that the owners of the hour. The robbers secured about $200. George and Albert Lewis were shot '

In the rear of a hurricane the wind Fla., for their sons, Sidney Williams and Black Diamond have not asked for pro- by JOan Hutchins In an election 53*. t
) blows still Hubert Magruder be tection, pad that the matter will not THE EMIGRANT'S ELDORADO. A duel was fought near Cotto&port, Is, I
more nearly: inward. With a granted, and the come before the cabinet until a full report All by Henry Ducate: and his' brQUler-b-b1t, ..
a'{ ; southeast wind, for instance, the center clerk of the Board be authorized to i issue is received by naiL Nation Republic Flocking, to the Argentine Charles Armour. The formlr ,.Tt! ,

will bear about west, the low clouds com certificates for the same. WAYLAID South America. even buckshot In the stomach and tin t
;+ i from 3. A motion )lr. AND KILLED. WASHINGTON, Aug. 9.-Before leaving hai his right knee shattered by a ri2a btf. (
I Ii ing southeast (two points to the by C. E. Chaflee and Buenos for
Ayres home
l t I Shocking; Murder and MultHation of an United States Charles Lewis and Jaxaes; Dana 1
right of the wind), etc. Great activity seconded by 31 r. P. A. McMillan that Aged TtonQt"'h Farmer. Minister Bayless W. Hanna wrote a i fatally shot, and: Albert Lewis MrioT Ul1 Ri

I:' of movement of the upper clouds, while the school tax be raised to :5:; mills was NASHVILLE Aug. t+.-John A. Huffman short report to the state departmenton I i jured in a shooting affray at Priacetoa,J1.

e the storm is still distant, indicates that defeated by vote. about 71 years of a:e. was murder immigration into the Argentine Re-j Two men were killed and several 25 .
I t 1 the hurricane is of great violence. If the 4. Whereas, there has come a petition ered at his home in Decatur countV' He publio.He says it is setting in from all and Boston letting by a the heavy rope stone of a strike derrick a scroll flS

cirrus plumes that radiate from the distant from 227: of the registered voters of this went to his garden 100 yards from the tries of Europe, and the great number coun- John McGann, a Chicago teauoifer. YSI

storm are faint and opalescent in county, they being more than onefourthof house toes for, and dinner after getting a pan of pota- of arrivals is marvelous.pTey are generally shot and killed by his son-ia-Iaw. J '* \
was waylaid in a little assisted Dolan, who 'Ci
by the escaped.: The murder woiresult
? I tint, fading gradually behind a slow the whole number S92)) of registered skirt of woods while returning. His I ment to the extent at Argentine least of govern of a quarrel .,1 1T

r t ; thickening haze or veil, the approaching voters in said county calling for an election head was burst open with a large hickory their passages paid from starting having point At Bechtekville. Pa., where Edison's at*
< storm is old in this club and his throat cut, the head to destination in the invention, an ore is bafn
an one, of large area; if of county, under chapter 3700 being almost interior. separator, ; 1
+ of severed from the body. The amount thus in the clothiag of an engineer named Ity ) tJ tJ .
; whiteness the laws of Florida The paid March is
snowy to decide murderer then
projecting whetherthe
against dragged his ,
t d. a victim estimated at $1,000,000, or at the rate 1YU caught In one of the big belt, 1
blue sky, it is a young cyclone of small sale of intoxicating {liquors, wines or about ten feet and hid th6 body behind 61:,OOOOCO a year Already this vast his body was drawn between two roC6S

r area but great inten ity. i beer shall be prohibited in said a log. Suspicion rests npon Steve Gul- influx. the minister says, ia beginning through a space: half an inch wida. ft fi
I county live a young man from near Troy, in to tell on the J. Frank Collom &
for the exports: of a prominent yoaaj
., two years next com. Last
,l1i ensuing after the Kentucky. Gillige made himself quite :year the country snipped 445.000 torney of Miaiwapolij, has confessed:: tbs** .
S. J + For Dyspepsia &nJ Uw Coaiplaict you hare a 1st day of October, A. D. 1SS9, now, him familiar with the old man, going to see of corn. Ths year it will go above tons 2- forged the name of John F. BloilleU Sob
printed guarantee on every bottle of Shiloh'B VI. therefore several times a day and 000 Ot1O millionaire 1t
UUzer. It fails it is here bordered that the staying tong pioneer of that city, to notes P
to i
cure. Sold by. Dicksou .t several hours each tim .
e ; Gnj, TitniTUle, Fri.f said Since"the Mr. Hanna further other papers to the amount of 3237,001
petition is :
says 1
granted and murder he has
an election not been seen. The old vast fleet of merchant the''
.. ships and i
be held at the man was 5
f several precincts throughout frightfully mutilated. He wasa steamers coming here to" trade torn I I FOJ'tliu. .
Moonlight bathing parties are all the go the county for the purpose aforesaid cabin widower and lived alone in a little every Euiopean post the United states Fanny Lawold, the German: nova, II t
; all i
doing of his dead.
: r j noA party from Melbourne was over said election to be held on the 3rd Tnp- own.work. beiievtsl f.ug is rarely seen, but it is hoped and The shah has conferred
-- --- that the the highest.-
e i to Melbourne Beach several times I last r day in October, A. D. 1SS9.o. Sullivan in Court. ministration on the policy of the new ad. order upon President CarnoL Ha ha !t
NEW ORLEANS subject of ;; .
week, the Myrtle I On motion Aug.A special en- presented him with his set C
Cottage it is ordered couraged steamer portrait
f party: joining that a dispatch from Purvis, Miss., to The navigation between brilliants i
11 in the festivities, of course. One thousand dollar interest-bearing Picayune sacs: John L. Sullivan and the United States and the South Ameri
young warrant Emperor ..
lad be issued to the party arrive,"'I here about 8 can ports will successfully solve this William has requited ; ..,. ,
lady, winter, had a most graceful pay present indebtedness o'clock Yesterday barrassment"HE Bismarck to 'personally settto the:! (.

{ way of acknowledging an introduction i of the county,with interest at 6 per cent' morning.. _Sullivan. -was arraigned" i trouble, as he ia anxious that Ooaat *" (
for six months. oeipre justice Carter. He waived examination :- FOLLOWS should remain with him. j
in the surf but BELL.
another far and placed
was ,
surpassesthat under $l-OOO The (
Whereupon the Board Royal Yacht club Tuesday
in her way of getting over the breakers the first Monday in September adjourned A. D. 1SS9.until court bonds, special to appear before the circuit Jamen. th Religious Faaatlc Sent to An banquet to Emperor Winiaro: Prince ."- t'...
; term, to be
held here Insane
Prussia "
or the breakers over her. We un 12. I Asylum.SAVAXSAH and the Prince of
derstand it is l'IIa.ctmetact." a lasting and fragrent Sullivan will leave for Pass Ga., Aug. il-Bheri1 Wednesday the emperor reviawad :i
perfume. Christian ,
something on the r-cart-i Price 25 and 50 cent*. Sold by Dicksoo & to-morrow morning, and will Smith, of Liberty troops at Aldershot .
Grey brought
remain > James the '
wheel" order of Titusrille, Fl* there until the court meets. toe
i gymnastics. The German
1 flag [ religious fanatic, to Savannah and sent police everywhere .'
been waving from Myrtle Cottage, signifying SbQoh's Care will immediately relieve An Old :Feud End in a Fatal Shooting. hint: up to Milledgevilleyesterday out the empire are treating with a.. :" !
Croup, mom- rigor the
!I "the folks are at home." J Whooping Cough and Bronchitis. Sold by Dickson *JIoFKixsnLLE, Ky., Aug. 7.-A seri- !ing, under his brother's care. He will larger cities awemblages"of'workmen "r 'J'
5 I & Grey. Tituinlle: ,Fla. ous shooting affray took place at Prince- be placed in the asylum where the im- tion, or at no, and at tfc 3 *llg&Vi ash Pt iOZ'.t&uK J .
onjast evening, aujtins .1Yhi h Cbsrlej qpsier. Bell, already lodges. pro emotion at all y.;
i Sheriff are brolea O _or prohibited. _la ad .

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h. dilor Florida Star:

I The STAB of the 7th of August contains 19 ail ID.J.S.WATSON&GO. STILJ:1'TG-: : T AYL 0 R.I "
a notice from the county clerk that u .

, the County Commissioners have concluded Cocoa Indian River Florida.
to submit the question of the sale oi --0- ,

intoxicating liquors to vote of the peo ,
ple, as to whether licenses shall be granted DEALERS IN :
and the flood-gates of iniquity opened
wide or the present state of affairs con .,

tinue.In this connection, your remark thata Hardware Crockery StovesJ.TinwareJ
change has taken place in the public FORWARDING
sentiment of the people in and around
Titusville and that high license (sc

called), would meet with a more favorable AND AGATE-WARE.
reception. Why, if this is so, is it sol/ AND COMMISSIONMERCHANTS

Oti let me ask. Have these; respectable citizens Paints, Oils, Glass and Putty,
carefully weighed the matter who 0 TABLEd POCKET CUTLERY
have so numerously signed the petitionfor ,
of the vote in their fair
the re-taking Plumbers' and Mill ;
town and vicinity so soon forgotten the BARBED WIRE
( j atrocious murder that was perpetrated in ,
their midst by one maddened by drink, Supplies, a 4
who embued his hands in the blood of a WIRE NETTING

fellow-man, ushering him into the presence
of his Maker without a moment's TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. Doors Sash Blinds and WIRE CLOTH.
notice? Are the cries and tears of those ,

bereft, the widow and fatherless, of no account -:0:- "J '
in this matter, or are the suscepti- BRICK LIME CEMENT urs G-Ll.r1S9
bilities of the signers of said petition so WE WANT ,
.. blunted and the voice of conscience so
stifled as not to recoil at the great respon- THE CONFIDENCE OF THE PEOPLE, SHINGLES and LATH, ..l\.. \i= LJXITION',
sibility that attache to this act? Were _
there no future state but the present and WE WANT
this were all of life to live,we think they
would hesitate in view of the present You to be sure to Come and See Us Ship Cha.n.d1ery: ,

and the evils, and nothing but evils, that When you come to town.
tl follow in the wake of this traffic so immediately Agents for ALABASTINE, the permanent coating for walls and ceilings ; For Chattanooga Plow Company -
I connected with the safety WE WANTTo : 's plows and cane mills ; Planet Jr. farm tools.
and moral and social well-being of society Talk to You.
believing in personal responsibilityand Gauze Doors, Cook Stoves and Ranges, Gasolene Stoves, Collins and Caskets.A.RTESIA.N .
accountability in all actions and in WANTTo
the light of a future state of being, whereall WELL PIPE A SPECIALITY.
shall stand before the "Judge of the Work With You.
quick and the dead" on that great day Catalogues, sample cards and size lists sent free upon application. Correspondence solicited and
'" for which all other days were made and WE WANTTo :estimates furnished promptly.

give an account of their stewardship in .
: Post You on the Markets.
this life. Cain's evasive answer will not STILING & TAYLOR.

avail. You are your brother's keeper, WE WANT ----- ----____ - --_u _
my dear brother, and are responsible for
putting that in his way the results of To Ship:; For You and See to Your Shipments L. C. OLIVER. F. T. UCPIE.QLrSTPtR. .

which are only death to soul and body. here.
This view is sustained by judges and juries & E1.TDGE:
all over Christendom.Your WE WANTTo ,
strictures on Judge Tucker will
of the
Handle most
either Buy or
not, I am satisfied, affect him any way Dealers in
other than to stimulate him to renewed I Fruit and Produce of this sectionof

exertions in the cause of right and humanity the country.
and temperance. Let all true GEORGIA PINE
lovers of their fellow-man rally round WE WANT LUMBER

and show by their acts their appreciationof Your
Know if cannot Buy
You to ,
the noble stand taken by Judge Tucker -
who, he may be a resident of another Products, We Can Ship it for You. SHINGLES AND LATHS.

l county, yet has a perfect right to come
over and help us in hurling back the WE WANT
of intemperance. Let G-ENER..A..L :ElA.R.D-VV: AR..E
great Juggernaut You to help us to make Titusville a =,
the ladies of Titusville rally to the sup-
; port of those who wish to stem the torrent distributing point for the Products I
,, of ill-let them remember that one of the river, and sell our
their number is a widow, made so, as Products here. Sash Doors and Blinds ; Stoves Tinware and Crockery.

before noted, and the fatherless children ,
who are crying to God, who will in his WE WANT .
own good time take vengeance on his 'P AI1'T-rS A.ND OILS
do it
enemies; will sustain them in their good In fact to save you money, and can ,
work. E. J. NESBITT if'you will help us.
-- Refrigerators, Water Coolers, Ice Cream Freezers,
The Invalid's Hope. WE WANT .' .
Many seemingly incurable cases of Screen Wire Screen Windows Screen-Wire Doors.
blood poison,catarrh, scrofula and rheumatism You to know we are head-quarters for ,
have been cured by B. B. 13. Vegetables, Crates, etc.
(Botanic Blood Balm), made by the
,, Blood Balm Co., Atlanta, Ca. Write to WE WANTTo POWDER AT NEW YORK PRICES.
them for book filled with convincing

proof.G. Sell you your Orange Boxes and TYTUSVILLEFLORIDA._ '
W. B. Raider, living seven miles .
Orange Wraps, and will do it if you .
writes kFor several --- --
from Athens, Ga., : ------ --c;;
I suffered with running ulcers, will come to see us.
years which doctors treated and pronounced Steam Launch Eleanor C1yde S"teCtI31sb..ip: Cc>.
incurable. A single bottle of B. B. B. WE WANT
did me more good than all the doctors.I New York, Charleston & Florida Lines.
kept on using it and every ulcer healed." You to know that we are Agents for the 37 Feet Long, 7 1-2 Beam, I

I). C. Klnard fe Son, Towaliga, Ga., Ocala Rock Lime, and will furnishit :..2 Ft. Cost $1,800
Draught new
; I
writes: "We induced a neighbor to try low down. GY.tt
B. B. B. for 1.talThJwhich he thought CAN BE BOUGHT CHEAPBy -' =
in'uriblc. as it half resisted all treat- I
ment. It delighted him, and continuingits WE WANT addressingG.

use he was cured sound and well" You to know that we burn our own
It 31. LawsonEast Point, Ga., writes: LOUTREL LUCAS,
"My wife bad scrofula 15 years. She Oyster-Shell Lime, and, of course, 210 Water St., kept growing worse. She lost her hair can give you bottom prices.
and her skin broke out fearfully. Debil- ,
ity, emaciation and appetite follo'.ved. WE WANT Peach Trees
After physicians and numerous advertised ,
medicines failed. I tried B. B. B., You to know that we handle Cement ALSO The :Magnificent Steamships of this Line are appointed to nail n t< 11'N- :
nnd her recovery was rapid.and complete and Plaster Hair. (Standard Time.)
Baltimore, Md., writes: 1
OliveriSccor '
WE WANTTo From Jacksonville to New York. I
"I suffered from weak back :and rheu AND WALDO PROLIFIC.On From Fernandina to New York.
be the (
matism. B. B. B. has proven to impress upon your minds that we I
Mariana Plum Stock. Guaranteed CHEROKKE, Thursday,A n that relief. AT C1IUllXSTCN:
medicine gave me CALLING j
only .
represent True. SEMINOLE, Sunday, : 4, at 10:00 a m I
IROQUOIS ThursdayJ, at t..O p.mYEMAS.SEE i'riday, Au 2 ut 3:<.'0 LI
NOTICE.In Thompson & Ccltvards, Yum Yum is the nest Peach ever I, Sunday, 11, at 4:30 a.mCHEROKEE j!M YEMASSLK "" Tuesday, .. 6 at 3 JI(0 pn,
Circuit Court of the 1th Judicial Circuit of Chicago, planted in Florida; ripens in April and I .- Thurwliy. .': 15. at 7:30: a. m I CHEROKEE, Friday ... 9 at S.OO i-M
SEMINOLE, Sunday IS at 10.00 a. mIROQUOIS 13,at 2.00
SEMINOIiE, Tuesday p ra
of the State of Florida, Brerard The largest manufacturers of Fertilizers May; Price,$3.00doz.. Order now. Thursday, :' M.::. at 1.30 p. m IROQUOIS, FriiUy, 1C,at 3:00 pu.
county, A. D. 18S9-In Chancery. G. W. IDNER, Tillnmn, Fla.) CHEROKEE:: Sunday, '.'5, at 3:00 p. mSEMINOLE. CHEROKEE, Tuesday, ". 20,at 3:00 pin
JULIUS KINO, in the west, and keep constantlyon 15-3m Thursday .9, at 6:00: a. m SEMINOLE, "'. Friday, 23, at 3:00 pm
brands of their .HJOQUOIS, Sunday rtpt. 1, at tf.30s.tu IUOQUOIS. _. Tuesday, -.:. at :OQ 1'.uSO
vs. 1 hand the following CHEROKEE .,- Thursday. [). .5, at 12:00noo CIIKKOKIE. Friday ,at 3:00a.c.
Minnie E Smith anal Foreclosure. Goods: PIONEER COOPERAGESyrup SteamerA marked are not intended to call at .
William Barton Smith, ,Charleston north.bound. ,
Good for Orange Trees.
World of Barrels 225.
her husband. J and Passage, apply to
affidavit of II. F. World of Good for Truckers. For Information Regarding Freight
It from the ,
appearing Gauged to order, ten cents extra.
I Jacksonville T. G. EG}U, Traffic Tanager 35 Broadway,New "b.t;
Atkinson, a member of the firm of Jones i Pure, fine Ground Bone. J. \ LESLIE. Supt. ;
solicitors::, that Wheelwrighting and Repairing.C. J..t STEAD.Agent Fernaudit.3..JOHN IRONMONGER, T I' A..Jack*.L\aie.
Atkinson, complainant's Blood] Bone and Potash. L. HOWARD. T. F.A., Jacksonville. F. M.
I .",
Minnie E. Smith and William Barton AVM. 1'. CLYJii i CO.iienil ,Agent, 12 South AVharv, )'hilul..II'hla ; How
Smith, co-re pondents in the above entitled Chicago Bone Meal O. B. I ling Green, New York.
non-residents of the State of Florida Dissolved Bone. .
case! are Honey barrels and Oval Water Breakers --
and that the said respondents are respectively from 82.00 up. ::Por-to Lioo Pin.eapp1e slips,
over the age of twcntoneenrs, "TEYA T $10 Per Hundred.
jt is ordered that the said respondents,Minnie Tanksuul :
Plants Scp"tcXD.borjY
l Smith and William Barton Smith, her You to know we keep on hand strawberry;
all kinds ot COOPER WORK to order.T. .
inan'8 $4.00 1000. Order ifirly.Several .
husband, do respectively, on or before the Sulphate of Potash, Improved and IIo Scedllnn, per
'Jth day of. September, A. D. 1SS9, plead, .TOIIXSOX, Brands of FERTILIZERS specially adapted to our toil and climate.
answer or demur to the said complainant's Land Plaster, Florida. INDIAN KIVER BRAND, manufactured by an old firm, the Davidge Fertilizer Co.
bill of complaint herein filed or that the Canada H. W. Ashes, LaGrange, : : Send for Circular. Also Bone Meal, Cotton treed Meal, etc., and Mapes and
said bill will be taken as confessed, and Tobacco Stems and Davidge's Fertilizers. A full line of Ornamental Fruit Trees. Send for catalogue.
that the complainant be allowed to proceed :I Cotton Seed Meal. EACOTT & CO. JOHN B. BEACH, Indian River Nurseries 3Ie.hon.me, Flu.
And it
ex parte with his said cause. ,
------ -- ---
is further ordered that a copy of this order .
K published in the FLORIDA STAR, a newspaper : J. 31.: SAWYER A SON,
published in Titusville, Brevard You to Give Us a Trial on something.WE .
county, Florida, once a week for four consecutive ; TIN &SHEET-IRON WORKERS. PORTER & POTTER t i Yacht Sail-makers
weeks previous to the 9th day of WANT ,,

September,the A.Honorable D. 1SS9.Witness John D. Broome, To merit your patronage'by fair and GUTTERING, ROOFING, I .84 &. 85 South St., New York

Judge of the said court, as well as A. A. honest dealings, and we mean business. .Manufacturing of Tin "Ware., aaL
Stewart, Clerk of the said court, and the TRY US. FOOT OF 55TH ST., ATLANTIC
the Court House inTitusville Real Estate Dealers I
seal of said court, at GALVANIZED WORK, BROOKLYN.
in said county of Brevard, this -:0Respectfully:- YACHT BASIN,
9th lay of August, A. I). 1889. d And Repairing of all kinds ., ,I. -
A. A. STEWART, t .
Clerk Circuit Court. I.aKe IV or Hi. Dude Co.l Fa. [Particular attention given -Vleasurw
& CO. Location:. MAIN ST., near river. Boat Sails of all descriptions. 5ah >
Joxrs 17. & ATKINSON Solicitors, for Complainant J. S. WATSON .4..t..... .' :s 52 I


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$t J 3;I -There are. sir and you'd better select t Yo Consumption i :.----J-l'.I.E:: Sorely.r j- Cured.: 23' tax: Indian River Steamboat Co. !!! "FR OSI LINE" TO THE FR oni

I roe.- &:.id the yosng rm quiftly. 3Iy I un a ;c Te re J' fw te 1itTti.Sr.tds
father and randfather before hi:1: rrV7gentlemn" zw 3' ia :=.LJ' tit e.7' -Sc" ?:tsEnH'I
: ,
of bTt- -L- ccrrf. I c'"Lt ; Schedules in e=+::: MAY 12. 15i i Hiving Pord iscd tie "Frost IrvA
-edhh to
pro"ty z.c ZZ: t j te: :wJ J'Nf r c =y res elxy Tilt: to ary3ts 1..1 .
f i f ,. tom -indicating the bin* (;!!'7"I r-.V an =:t ies if CT TT -. STEAMER ST LUCTE, feeling' the tiecfcaity: of fir.l ..qtp
tr.: :::c ::.c: try xa ;cit.'ei zess. 1
cxxtd &7uire left of the fireplace-"andcf : :J.Ef" her past Eepatitioa z.2 -cift l
his dasghier f cr three-quarters cf acoiicry. SLCCC1L.. 2L C 1-1 Irari !'t-. 5et Tort I Lesye= TITLTY? \ Gressi G3orler. I sit cf the i-eo54e i Coo.
1 n Arrive Melbourne- ..__.._..12 noon <
for I to J t
bet myself now beg resign .
f .. } tlnuance o! ibelr G. .>! Favir
the cSce f roar solicitor. t Eeiursisr: |
*' cried Advice to Mothers.t3 !; Will! Mite O itraet f,:.rjDeliyery
'Veil dc \Vestbrock '
I : =2. 1!. 5o G n.nL" .
r ...!? :10( 3:
", k)1t'oo=:=f'---
k.1 doat know which. cf you Y .of:1 .at:1 E"e enz: c.. 1: %Eo-

you::; !sxie rake'WEf die,* to b.nsUer.,.odi--!=: u : Arrive- TI:r.-vle.. 6 PAt ra !1 1d of Lumber aid Lari

this high falut::a"sp &cb, bet alkrvr me: to a b=='x" 1: is TT Q 3t:2. LtL )Te il j eicfpt Sin isy. i icTEAHEK
xr.: := cl: :., i=c,Lap p ::,
say. white yos are eating the treed cf t!:zbts-s,was:: abk oT := -ffcr GEOBGIAXA. ;j Cargoes
charity tier my roc:. I ccnsi-i r the -, V .ar,::.? :rcv roescr ]1! ,
k 'iTJ' c.a; a 3 s
.ords z.l CI-=- LE: Slell-JGrse. 7 j

: !rF WI never 'Well! done,"' fcrclci r.edOlive Arrive: s: Jsier.... -- ? ::: t AuywKere cp or d: -ra ladias River.

tuminr =enrkt. MondayVcdseadsy- aid FridsyEeinrnizr -. j! Be s e juu S e ne i-::ire t:-G:.; {iJt.U'.Z. .

**Ncr L" said HfJen tiiniihr.If ... fi..ebf .
Fd ::i=2 to wnste en the mctter: PillsFOR

said: !!r. TTssibrco: =. inin c ly. ..Isicdi T utt's Lesvt>Jjpiicr: -.......n...... -......- --' -. ._..... !f Ec-t.T'r.- '

insis: en yccr withdrawing thvwords Arrives jiiMelbjsme..... .. .._..... j:2: !
; bet Tre zc:. I nzertly Leg :.0 in- Tu;&Ly-. tats;: la: Zld ::="ds'- S. .

fcrm y ea no";' t .: tbe :acts po -'';= FOR TORPID 4
Gorjsectka i- issde
r atJUruviileiiii Owner.i
I ctfenKl t3 is net to f-_.._:iciJy .
:: yoa o?
: A torpid li'J"der"'n the w bole*j5teizt iraiss of the J- T. & IL'i. : y:- i
": n ,1-0 E ht fif 3 rx:::=j"1.: i.. and produces Xonb.
tem: 10 and ironi fill j:jiais 23 &:
.'"."' 3.etc:' cf c:2.-y. which I cczOr '
Sick Headache Jt ijr wit: dail; fur Juno
: ;:> : *tre
ti:; jyi;*':)i as Cu: ? '*.::c
1 i I mcst:: roquet fut you be ready to leave Dyspepsia, Costiveness Rheu- :b : mer ..Lcie Wonh"' for ill ii d- I,

J 2rs't, I c.a't vs! Fes ti>5 Gmnir? f..n S-rurdsy nds foryocr matism Sallow Skin and Piles. I::run Lake WvrtbW. I 'I1! :5 FLQ2HH,
r *- bruLer. reccCiidcriticn. I decline ,
:a ctFrlr patx-tvc fJ A ZC.Jtryoa on: :
3' to have n ything to do with hrm. There 1. no better remedy for the*e .. B. WATSON. cn2tc5dcat; q'j I < _'- *.tIndian I t. f- ..:.
common diseases than Tufts Litter .
'* "But now" f2SV./' .:a F 1 YQt1croer='::;-"Mr. Foster j.::ri.;;ps Pills, as a trial will pro e. Price,Sic- 0 D.C EELY cren. P2 Ages:. .

I E..th c..aYah..c re, ..yc+uEfl =tl=t look aSnt: and llnd !::::: n hx'*ce.* Sold Everywhere -

trash cie, toot us, tit c-f pity. 'uch:: O;1;,r'ZAL: ". Li. h-L.:..: h: 1---. _.._-rf...... D. F. JACK. fterxrii 3ianaref.i ;: River Oyster

d You r:ast t e very certain cf year uz-z. O- fd n .::-.e t Y5..'- to -:;C -Letter from a Prominent .I ,

TaLd before you tie yourself to us perr.i- from tie baci: cf Hr. TTesctrcok's. chcir HINDERCORNS. youth Florida Drue llou*e.
,, ae r'y n:"!' (x.e fof 0rrL LJ f-=:. TvSSrit.otheLets3
ifs Iif.M "v.t ::.;, ;- -:; i3 -%s-? C'r 1. :b: e.azL HDx4rT.. FISH
M -O T.:..EI. F.; .... A-wZ .X-.
"I CTJ: evtr be z.c.e orr, i: th- genuemn. tini=-g l p. and 7>rts, wbchad : /

:-r'. yy. OiT't" :: e et in as, tLe ftrrart3: ; : went oat. nnddirecticns o"tT: CONSUMPTIVEPARKER'S JJ. E. ti., ;_ 1::: .+ .5*.2>.. .:iA.fr! :
t : .
2T+ 1".r.;; !;- AC.t.n.L is aee r Ll Green Turtle asd Came.
"Ax. LCI yoa fbr.Il Lave tir>; to thr kjrm bi b'i tlil; .-.Ei :::= cf ,.. b .:.. :. CIKCER TOMIC. !: :...uco! :: DI.1I 5IR-ir* rpy :o sour .r.i..iy ;
IL If ccy yoa will semi Cyril Low bolted with yelp! S cf JOT :::,="-" !'.,or1'P.'f e ::;;;.:.l.-.i:t..c;::. :&.u=. y 1& i.s Lrz :n what ar* th'::>. c.fJOH\hOS-: << .Rt,...

f fecnc'crbfere. that ankh Im freelylite towards :.b' flreie bcoici;= AND FEVEK TO.VIare remit' jou ,. .!;1 9T.e- ,.31'yCaITF. r-o= airs ,-: :=- is
t :ljn.rd} rbl :tai ii:.
cf yoa. Yoa tball pay yoor&elf 'It was S1tL7tla".-:==ocrir.d H.:1 If-- tnal < ar firs pare a vesr 2 0 ira.- letter cr itrsosA ::
** two cas-. our next order .a be la:i T 2=
B-Jt he's PARKER'S
by ttd by. Etet for o=.e year n>: here. erliimc-1 Ol.r_
I rtei to u-ork fcr Eekzs cs I uy es. he is,"returns the t?=i'J;'J: v HAIR BALSAM for a zroii : O'r taird fur :a.O ;- "s : >urto.nii F R SJ.LE.
for '.e' ".. :.:.<] row nt :
Oaryes :tees tbLs jrw you
2i:. Tbtn if00 t ill rsEt ise"Fr&ra tone, quite cheerfully, ani thy i' ir itcecf aa : r. '
:r > .
II r::-.eel S :x-= : J':: ii.Nrrer in&r.d <:ht..ai 1i:1E:. wijch is i.J: five tr- : of lead <"*ncoeaty I: .liaE Ric:: t'f
r that: parr cf ber project the vas oak paneling: (:1. which hun= old FfcU to Rertcr Gr,.j ...*.-,--,-.-.. We r.evfr erpect" 10 .;.andiP. i: in oi Brcvari. *:v nfbticcf ScI

ir....ti: .....E.S3: wi:!.s:;tzsf actioa cnccghir. G :"P7:. 'H'Htrock 5 ilk -rt : ;; r .- ':'Hairb- .. DcI its Yoartifal c. CcJcr.CARDS. ., -. ies= 4itaJY.: bit azii y ref;4iir .a ter aere= i: t-einr: k t :"o. 3. and >iik hall!

1 his heart to tide hun:: over even a slohfo. Y.Y'-.1, ?1icc. := the:: S'._&. 1 11 :.:: 5% r- .::< this fall". {I f lofthe n(rtheiit :juantr ._.f ***cr. jc 35an1 .

p'' :- 'dve=caith"s waiting. the yoog mir sni."C d Co U::'tC=CC of .iaC. C"rit ,' 1: iriv* = excetlenai: = :zciwi and we !.): No. 3, lriur the --', th'ye-t Tear-

4 I cried f roc* his rew gained Jove. !:.ou2iig in his Wes a :LLii_:i nn FR. Jo M : think we kave; had a jusicoiajpiling ; ::: r-f the !;"{'nh-srejt quarterf --cctx

{ r Cyril had to Usth czain in the darkof : marke-i u itb His Fissrce 'Vt th.rook's <bo- 1..:. seeordssee with: your : z,+. 'jf'ih in wn-aip 31 want. nare 3?

;; the lorers:: farewells, and tbea when name in Trhi:< ;trt:ra. : instructions. we pronpily refunded the ;. Thi L a very d irabk piece <4
his solitude was. silent Its CifT TZ-S:'." :> rr5"! "ruJrmzl" '*I ':i'L'! Y i EELc. 4U.:: : GL33iLtir ; costry it a reliable parry think. it Ii !
: cnce nce..eg..ut : Kl ihsmrax-t. oU] 0: rich r fallcd'to
=. 3r Trtrira &t- cure. We have hid a half fit zrz !
t thinking l how to et cat cf ccs- \ o.c-: C... strict Coi I' ("ompWnvf this: kiz.d oat of *-* ininy : the nisinz of all trop4e frot:". b

.1 ; f.=.E-DeLt. 'JBBIXS & GLAIi M.ATTORNEYSATLAW.. : !:nn.j:e'I botle: = J.ld. Yours ::ta.. i ij siinated: at the Xirrow*. neir LH=- pesto5ce. -
For re::..socs cf his own a twenty-foot R j A. E. PHILLIPS it EE o. ; Will sell cle-.rcafb Fir

I, higher climb was not desirable. Therefore |! P. S.-Ire ocitt e :.vu:*r :hs: we !! r .: : hrs ad dreg s

with extreme care he regained: the 4: have :tz sei the TOXIC.... our: families. E M LOW

t $ zperture by which he: had entered : '. s 1 1:*: nzi'.VirJ.F. B-Ttri Ck<., Pier:': i with perfect sari=::!.e:;onn Fever with ?ept i Broekt...n. ism?.
w. -1 ..Ct ..:. .:.: :.e c.u.u 4 :.ast "\ ::. j .
slowly 1 lowered himself the bars l 4 ] C+r vdihop: Chill;. and 2.5 i quicX: :d = re
to f '
c; ::r.: &.1.:1: .L :: : ;;_ :tGr..r.:1': "'r x ::!: '
the squatted there: like :JU ::: Tr1J c.:. P tKit; LL''s. "rtc.ffj"oO' 'KS remedy in Measles fur which 1: i* _-.:
grate an .
f I # :R "";' fC.I.Gk t-o:1 C%. .I.- 1.:.:!I i:'! %'fC'onne.J cd ty hv proprietor .\ :- 1'r?
imp rating off his tell tale choes. ( ; t t
,, : taL.i 6nz.s 1OLET to L:aa. 1- I low ..::; ...o inform 700 I'.t.*-.. I
l iened to find the cam: cI .
? r
r Your-. eie.. To iEa IIt.liofA
then wanly Eiipped cd to his own L. A. GiXOEAS.MfrALAWAXD. A- E PHILLJPi x. :BE' 1 L .
room bolted himself in and $7 ent anhc r r.r i t, j'pUI, l /
f G
i r to such parpo.? that when at last i \ NOTARY POBMC.I f.\.. I:. (. .n.\IDC\t-. rt, COI,
t he made his wsy down stairs no trace of ;

t his sweep's exploit was left upon him. Rxrk Ledre.. r1 o:iu t, SC.3''tirat':: .Ii?r. SAYS]

,3 The two girls anxious questions C3 to --- - A Y A- '_J f.'H'.r ..A.i .
his mode L. GAULI'EN. AXON GRJLT AVho.esale Arecta.XOTICE. .
1 cf exit from his prison Cyril t y ... TJ

fr contrived to parry. Hr. Westbroot's ;. >- st:3 bessias. a: YaeliseT. .

43 hi;h and mighty sccwls at the dinner i ATTORllEY.A T-LAYl.T t-aye a a3 psn, t
table be bore with exemplary m etness.Vhen +- eat puce; a t sstan N eat aws1 i I., a.:. at'w.no.. ) jll'it! ) aic4: nsr wI

1 his tsars: both implored! tic to t f ft: 'f a I! :u rillt, Florida. + _Vt sd=k.t)rascse free ss.,.y. I Gm..w-T ,.&t :

3 behave discreetly at the next ocroiu '- t. t 4rLst n.e? a i Thit. xvherea the Bitsat \.Ofttf
31. THI A.-HER a'e fi rr.]. she
conclave: in the library: to which Mr. % t V A. we.a ai nest free a ecc-pies. Commissioners: of Brevard t cn t... f1L.
/ Lae Sf oe eotey .e rats.. atp .
Westbrcok all but crdcrod the trio, he ATTORXEY-AT-LAW. i.ereza r..a > on a petition oi l1h1n ffl ie-foar'.h

promised faithfully to keep his ; : : .. of the registered voter olcounty. said
temper Qa!ti u y.e Ate tai. Sao.cat
P O Fats 5-\ <1>FOHI>_ FULWiL 1-
:.a Dl ,1i order eiectiea
5 +oae !or o. < that ar.
ccmc what might, and sedulously patted JICK* a: *Z tte cc-art:ft cf u* s rrtL: hs s N
Toots' fleet Lead to conceal the twinkle :?\-::i a. 5=1-rtr.t: Ccirt. 3 .* & te Stn rr pees:., be held O:: the third Tue dJy oi
r f std r..x rn oe: re+..stre'.ara October. 1$5S theame t-eio the 15th
4 ia hise when Olive added e.tc.DMtor$3.
as: herald 1
E. HEY EP, aa4 teal tx day of October. 1SS9. to decide whet
cf great glad tilings: ALLEN bestttsses grist aafst
t n.e se m tse use. u Lerza. the sale of intoxicating ikjaor. wines or
..q 'For things may, after alL tarn cu: br+d : wt ren.G Pyo,. beer shall be prohibited ia ai coenty

e better than they mill sound, dear Sauir- AttCffiCI-t-l.aW End G !l elEncer. b++t fie.! tae irsa s now.;f.aDa3..uf.rya.. .a sad sse,9rs. r'xL'a: cox.s.moa.aa en.a.eft' : L n for the two years next ensuing after thei

rth"Ten Tutri'. CO.. Sax 440, 't3 =s.ta, HatsetiOTICI said election.
o'clock the next morning found went u; tLe chimney yesterday, tot Lake Worth Dade County. Florida- I Therefore. Alexander A. athwart.

# and Job Foster out of ilr \Tcstbrook's clutch1! :!". and'dipped Will furnish Abstract: ?of Title 10 DadeCountv ;. i' Clerk oi said Board, do hereby give notice

jf : traf.-r party ask in bcre and found i: ail DT'chince land. LSL OFFICE. UXEaVILLE... FLA. ) .. as required by law. that such election
::=11i.n;: m the appointed rc cII. ilr.Westbrook If
: will be held at all the ifi
.Vnd I knew Aunt P, sux July t>:h. lsc0.$ ; precincts
swell'with arrogant importance 'CUM not !b.a the chimr- & ATKIXSOX.Attornej 1. SAid county on that day. to-wit. the
which Olive might have found got up 'y to I JOS Notice i* hereby civen thai the follow- 1 third Tuesday in October next for lie
t tad came up acrJn today and br-.". rh: : sorr.enoatcbes ing-naai'Hl setter"hs.. riled notice of hi
to Lear, had cot a glance between )' purposes set forth.
L Ler lawyer and herself given her a delicious with me and found thi iitiie '>-a "". I intention to make final proof in support t In testimony whereof I have hcrtuato

#: sense of happy strength. door out Auntie fcrew abc<:t it. of TI:::-\iaeo Flonda. of hi* claim and that said pant will be set my band and official seal this 6th day

I hAb-h.c." rasped out Mr. We,1 ::- course and hid the eld parchment up | made before .\. A. tewsn. clerk (..ir- I I ot August, A. D. 1.S9.
here I suppose.: Tate i:. pi Jtlli SAXDEES.. i eDit Court. 2:11tuville. Fia..oiAu itj&nh. L.V
brook sung himself in the heavy oak J. I t [ ; A. ABoard S.E'TAET.I .
Fester. Fve read: it all :::-cu-:h. Mr.'Weftbrook's ISSy. vizVilILini .\. >h>pp,. of L1K County lomm iootts16
chair that stood at one" end of tie old got the f cmily picv:t...-: use ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, t j Fon Pierce. Fla.. 11. E. Xo. !'JL, for I I --
turkey hearth rug. h-h'n. I see she wished it the W.0i. S.1V.t-. 1 f). T p. :.,). S P u. I
_ t k that boy is not here; but he is of no consequence to 50 with the r.irtf and "S"iJ; Fattice ir aU tte Courts cf th 5eTtitii: Jc I J40E. i!j
\;eve sot: iJi: tLe res: Thank u Mr' ;:-u1 Circuit of F'r. 1L ; AOTICE.
; whatever need yc He nam"** ihe folloniu ." 1'
so we not wait. ; wi.e; t > !
Westbrook. ,
for -xking: ? 3 3=1. 2 TTTTSVir.T.T ILA.1i !
ce : wr-
s 5{ As it is very evident my late respected Tni very rnti'h obhpe i to up rr vo;E 1'\af'" 1 i prove hi? cai0..s : -*idCice: CpOD and j! The County Judge and Sbertf of BnI -

aunt" (his tone implied capital letters to should rrt.t"t'T have found A\ILI I'h's e I caltivatloa of -ild l: nd. viz. John Rich-1 I yard County.r Florida will meet Triht9e

.1 her boner, now he had come into her wii if you 1-a.ir/t been to ,r t"acpiff) DEAL OFFICE OF : ard. J. S. I*'! B. F. Darlinjr. Jime* 1 Clerk pi the Circuit Court. ai the derki

t money) "has died intestate, I fed the rte fN r<:thm; : f Olnistead. all uf For Piece Fin. !!! office in the Conn House in said Brcvird

i. S time has come when as her heir" (honor rz T. FVD DR. L T. DANIEL. ] Any personvh+ desires to procataaiic ;! county on the 17th day of Accuse. 1 .
; : the allowance of *;:ch proof ftI :- !! to: the pnrpose of drawing the Grand
requested for himself this tin) "I take COCOA FLOIUDA, I who know
of a.y *Ub5: nti1 reason. i land Petit Jury to! serve a: the fall tt.DI
natural possession cf her entire property. Will be &t the Grisd: VHW Eotei Tit: ;mile. c:: under the law and rcsrulauons of the In-1 I of the Circuit -Con::. You will take notice -
tic Fins
Slordij- escii XOS: fr corek
1 feel it is my right, so shall not make THE GLORY OF MAM %::l,", a trLue: tktei s.d t":L soY .z'ems or teriorDepartiueu:. ".-1.y arch proof shall ,I and be governed accordingly.
any bones about doing it. As I intend to b*e&tig&ctorj. 11 I not be atlovel. wiJi; be given an oppor- r: Witness iuv hand and ?eat of Court

r: shutting the house up for the summer, STRENGTH .ViTALITY 1 tanity ai the above-mentioned time and j!i this Anjrn ;th. 1S>9.j .

the first thing to do is to get rid of the M.L DOD5OX. place to cross-examine the wimess s of \rf I [L 5_" \ \. ST1\\.U:..

+L servant*, Miss Helen, ring the bell How Lost! How Regained I aid claimant, audio offer evidence iaj j clerl Circuit Court.
v' Bond appearing in answer was de- DENTIST, i iTrrrsvnxE rebuttal of that *nbn.itE'by. claimant. i I
yOF 13. s-.C Tl CKER. "ieri i iOTICE. ij \OTICE.I
rired to fetch up all the domestics. Seven FIJOHIDA. :!!
tiling in, headed by the gray haired Once, until further notice, at Indian J j :\: !I, To all whom it may concerii. All p*>
sons have
f any"claim demiaJ
L _
housekeeper,every one cf them was summarily River City Hotel j!!I LANE OFFICE. OAINLSVILLE.:.. Fi !..\., i |J against the estate of or HITS
} dismissed with the noble douceurof Quality of work un>urpas. d. -5 ij{I July Cih. 1SS9. T j jj j ceased late of Wavtland August Dade COUBIJ%
amontbOses.. Bond had been servant j Noice:.' heir:.y riven thatne fo.llo w' ;. Florida are
I hereby
requested to preses
;i to the Westbrooks nigh forty LEWIS j narntd Driller La died nce oi hi intention the
years; KNOWTHYSEIE J.F. ? same without deb duly tlthesUC:1t -
L the housekeeper but little less the rest. to make anal pmoj in ,alt "'irt of his j' 1. within the time allowed by Ito **-

; were no strangers in the place. fTHE SCIENCE OF LIFE Ciril Enfice-er! miTilusrillc. 8nTI or I claim, and thai -aii proof will b:* raade before the Hon. Count Judge. In aid ft*

p T "N ow to proceed" said '\ broo1:. ScssZSe sad Stodard Popckr Medxal: Trestle : A. A. Stevart. Clerk Circuit Court, ai Dade count, FU.; or Thomas J P*
o eotbe Errors: rfTocH,Pre=*=sreDeeiiieSemKu: Titu>ville. Fla.. un Auzat 24iK. ISs?. ,jz Steuben.
Tte tenants: of farms Mr. Fla. : Esq_ Fon Pierce. Fla. ; or t0
4 my Foster cd ftJical I
Ispcsaa of the good.EXHAUSTEDYlTMlf. S Minor S. Junt*. oi Tit 1s ille. Fla. II. E. the be
i must have notice to quit at MirhaATrpas i'! X.. undersigned else the tame will
; 9151 forhe :ot> 2. 3 acd 4 oi >. E. J barred.
or'renew their leases at higher rents""But "D B. BUECHFIELD, { and \. E. i of >. E. i of &(:. 33, Tp. 04, .
sir, rents are falling about here; !I P10 E. 4 ,i, HEIXR1CH ILUs.Administrator

I three of your tenants have been on the *UKTOLD MISERIES COUNTY SURVEYOR. !!' He nanu> the lollovins: witaesc< toj I j, August liar of the estate of the Ut

land father to son, for 'ratios prove his continunnroidcncv '
gen ui un and j ntJ.
I$ 1 r They are good farmers and I am afraid Her g frc:1F 1y.rice, Friarre, or I Orders by mail will receive a prompt 'I I cultivation of aid land, viz : J. Q. liar- 1 I i i"e\' :H, 1SS'9. Co.. Fla.. 51-15

l they would look on cuch notices as rather Ot-for Week- ,Braes EagrJCrr., tLe Sli? -and-riAiorSocul the R Ticb: attention as calls in pel'5On.Addl"E'SS gins, TitnsTille. Fix: D. W Hay, Gvoziana. fi I I I I -

unfair..r' Avoid crarfflfsl precedes. Poetess this fires: : Georgiana, Fla. i iA iL. ij Fla.; A. A. Hendry. St. Lade. Fb.- I, NOTICE.
i Then let 'em and be e rt li cc=ta=s SWpares,ror l&TO. Besccfcleabossed : j T. I.. Paine, St. Lacie; Fla.
'em All)
hanged to
t ,fcfi cCt. Prig j persons concerned will now uh
ecly fU ) by Any peNnho desire to I
r cried the new landlord. "I daresay you m r>?*mtacre I:7o.- RUE P. ELY. I allowance of such protest aaint'the I Wooer that six months after date I Wi *
and they find it pleasant to work theproperty Profpectes Free,if.TOT t yply BOW. Ttx of proof or who knows present to lIon. Minor S. Jones County
daSMished asdjcr.: Wn. IL Parker. M. D.. recetredth any substantial reason, under the law
between you. 'You tickle me *GOLD AND JETTEIXED MEDAL ; and the regulations of the Interior Judge of Brevard county. Florida ntf
from die National Medical AaaoeiatiM Xotary Public for the State Toby HI tickle you, style of thing eh? tU fort ; why such proof should as administrator, with
PRIZE ESSAY not be al
r 3 But rm neither a fool nor a woman I PDTSlCAL DEBILITr.Dr.Prmada on C3rpscf and Justice of the Peace, 17th Dist. lowed, will be given an opportunitr at the will annexed, of Thomas New, Ute ofsaid

r shall put the screw on where I choose Ass mat Pliysiaass: EJ be fngyritrf. ccr I CONTRACTOR & above-mentioned tiiat and Brevard county. deceased and thJC
rts.'y. by mtil cr in pence, at te oa cf cros texanunethe at the same time I will for ItWfS
you can bo my man if you like Mr. THE PE.ABODT 3IZDICAI, IXSTll'tTK. of over 30 years' experience. Natural witness of said claimant, and dismissoiy from apply
a Fo&ter; if not there are other lawyers in No.4 Bilflack SU,B.ctoa,3I&M.,to1rt.o:1&l : finish to offer evidence in rebuttal of that sub This such admlulstralion.
J a March
{ crders for books cr tetetss for fcirxe f>K>"!l bt specialty.Melbourne mitted bv claimant 15, 1SS9.M .
Crowchcstcr, I suppose. drTecte2 U LbOTe.i I| 13. S. C. TCCERRRegi ter. Y \Y)(. )McCit.icsE

>zao., Administrator, etc.


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i I t invite the ,Trade to consider my THE MUSIC HOUSE OF FLORIDA. AGENTS WANTED. (Only 12.73EARTHSEASSKV:.

Large and Very Complete Stock when ,

desiring to Purchase s. H. RAY A. B. CAMPBELL
x or MarreU of the UnirerM;a graphla description ct
the wonderful things In Nature;thrilling adventures.
on Land and Sea -renowned dtecoreriea of Treat explorers.
Jacksonville Fla. .Published In English and German. M3 paces,
S2t illustrations. A QBKA.T BOOK TO BZU IliusStated ,
circulars and extra terms to agents FRZ2.FOBS1IES .
GROCERIES Successor to J. C. Norwood and Co., A JleJXAIUN. Cincinnati. O.

Knabe Pianos. Weber Pianos, Haines

Bros Pianos, Morris Pianos, Wilcox & PERFECTCOFFEE

TITUSVILLE, FLA.Cen'l White Organs, and Chicago Cottage MAKER.A .
new inTention for making
i Organs. Coffee and Tea,better than anything .
I will Sell and Deliver nearest now In use; saves V of the
DRY GOODS your Coffee and can be used with any
station High GradePIANOS Coffee or Tea Pot.Sample will be
eent by mail for twenty cents Instamps.
Airentfl Wanted to
send for full particulars of U sand
other fast selling articles.
Shoes Forshee McMakin,ClnclnnaUo.

.B5 Solid Old
MerchandiseSTORE. Sold Ivr 81 UO..n"
Beet Puled JJ Umtkctptr.wales!.the watda.FREE

.aDte.!. hasty soiulUuftU "'wid
OK rC*.tl.Both lades
Hats "
a ud cue ef equal va!ueUiie .
\ fersoa IB*.ch lacahijr -
,4 S u scare. on. the,
tr.?ttttr wilfc w I.,,.alld.aI-
ORGANSl'OR liable line Gf Uu..e..hohl
t Sample ntH umi>lu. AI
well M the w.tch. we. Mn4
Clothing Free,aad altf you have krf.
them in year lame for 3 m nC" and shown them la thou.
who may have riled,they become your own rk Tb}*
LE S MONEY ttan any other house in the who write at one. ran be rar* of reeeiiair. ateh
and Samples We ray all eipr frlht.te AJCrew
1 I to iiited fetat s \\illfrlup S Piano or Organ tony i*oeKlaad.Maine.Ll .
propose keep Htinsun eta Co. Box 313.
honest HUD or woman, on trial, and if not .- -- .- -
TRUNKS V ALIS'ES1GENTS' satisfactory. I will l.ay freight both ways. $25
cash and $10 a month on a Piano, and$10 cash and
A First-Class Stock $5 a month un an Organ till paid for-not ranch
more than ordinary rent. On these very liberal
terms anyone can wu a instrument. Send for
FURNISHING GOODS FREE CATALOGUE containing full information.
Sheet Music Smug*.Violins, Banjos, Guitars, Accordeon -
-OFGROCERIES- *, and in fact every Musical Instrumentthat
is made and at very low prices. Send for com-
GENTS' STRAW HATS NEAT AND PROMPT.FOR plete Catalo nt's. I have 20.000 pieces of Choice I
Music at 10 ceuts her copy.

AT YOUR OWN PRICE. A. B. Campbell, Jacksonville!: Fla. 5

I Can "Beat the Jews" on Low''' P1AIORGA1S

Priced Pants, to Close Out. SCOTT'SEMULSION



3Iens' Ladies' &: Chihlrclls-
SUCH AS- Palatable Milk.
Almost as
DRESSGOODS So diigulicd that it can be taken*
digested, and assimilated by the mod

ii SaOES.ATS: : sensitive cannot be stomach tolerated when; and the by plain the combination oil June I to Aug. !, SCv.

of the oil with the hypophoa* '
phitei i* much more efficacious.Cenurltallo .

LET'T'ERhIEADS.ROTEBEADS, as a flesh producer.. $25,000Vorth

Perseus gain rapidly while taking It. '
\ of PIano.and Ore-".
MILLINERY SCOTT'S EMULSION is acknowledged from beat maker. lu I-.;tu.e..
Physicians to be the Finest and Best preparation oat regardless of cmt or va...+.
in the world for the relief and cure of Stock large. 31ustLouct
DILL-IIE.\IS. iutocashorlxistalliueutt>>..t_. :
DISEASES, EMACIATION, not used a tin.).
LADIES' HATS COLDS and CHRONIC COUGHS Some,Nearly New-used u te r,
CLOTHINGJOmIt's The and months ouly. ,
STATEMENTS, great remedy for Cbnswnptian,
I Wasting in Children. Sold by all Druggists. Some*used n year or,so.-. .rfc. ;:
used two to three year,.

Ladies' Underwear. Some,flneKceond .
t .' CIRCULARS, If any dealer says he has the W.L.Don lat Handinif. .
in ,
Shoes without name and price stamped ox exchange and Laude u -% c
Fiirnisliiii Goods the bottom, put him down as a fraud. our repair Factory. ite>pun n.
-Ite- truu.. Restored in Tr.nrand
I Prints, Sets., FOLDERS, Action, and uiudc KUOU tur
yearn of Henlee.DARU.IXS. .

Ginghams, 7cts.,

Standard Cotton Checks, 7cts. IX'"IT.\TIOXS" GLASSWARE I

Your OWN TKRM nlmo-i.
Pins, 5ct?., Very fight Monthly 1'ayment.
l or Small Cakh Payment and balance
Needles Set
PROGRAMMES, when you net ready.

Jeans, 20cts., HARDWAREAND

Spool Cotton, 2cts., STREAMERS, CASH BUYS CHE!N P.

Brown Cottons,Gets., Give yon nil the time WRII.rt
but SPOT CASH will rave >ou
Ladies' Lace :Mitts, 15cts. and 20cts. DODGERS money. TUY US ON. We will
meet yon every name i iPIANOS'it
Ladies' Kid Gloves 75cts. to $1.00; reduced I

from $1.00 and 125. Indies1 Ship Chandlery Goods.These ,, ''

Spring and Summer Hats Very Low to

Close Out. BUSINESS CARDS. $50, $75, $100, $150.ORGANS I .


I am prepared with several Carloads ofFERTILIZERS 4 FOR
VISITING CARDS, will be the main features of my $3 SHOE GENTLEMEN. $24, $38; $50, S75.

business, but orders sent me for anything Best in the world. Examine his
in store in Titiin- 83.OO GENUINE JIANI>-SKAVED Sh OE.S .
kept any
vine will be promptly filled. 83.50 POLICE AND FAKMKKS SHOE. t
2.00 and 81.75 liOYh SCHOOL SHOES
All made in Congress, Button and Lace.
in this line. YOUR ORDERSTO SUMMER 1889.
To supply the wants SEND
Will buy Fruits Eggs Chickens W. L. DOUCLAS
Kainit, FOR

Potash, THEFLORIDA- Or any Country Produce my customers, Best Material. Best Style. Best Fitting. L SAVANNAH, GA.
Ground Bone, friends bring If not sold by your dealer, write

.I Ash Element, to market.I Examine. L. Douglas' :$2 Shoes for 1 t

{ Acid Phosphates, STAR Gentlemen.

Cotton Seed :Meal, FOR SALE BY

a Cotton Seed Hill Ashes, ask for a share of the public patronage -
and come as a supplicant, not a ,
Fish and Potash, .. . .
die --
tator for -
Bradley's Orange Tree asking ;your Melbourne. Fla. -
courteous treatment,good
And Vegetable Fertilizers.Will goods and low figures is

meet Jacksonville quotations with the candidate for I CURE

added in same quantity lots. public favor,
r freight then I'melected. Pianos & Organs


Prices Reduced on nearly all Agent for Chattanooga Plow Co., I I FITS I IWhen

Chilled Plows and SugarCane

Lines in Stock. :Mills.. If you want to purchase a

I say CURE I do not mean merely to
Piano or Organ, write to the un- stop them for a time awl then have them return -
I have made the disease of
dersigned or give him a call. c

1 have too many Goods to enumerate v I FITS, EPILEPSY or
Can sell you any of the in- I
prices on all that are reduced. FALLING SICKNESS,

struments of the best and leading A life-long stndy. I WARRANT my remedy to
COME AND SEE.I .. CUBE the wont case Because others have
makers at prices that defy failed is no reason for not now receiving a cure.
Send at once for a treatise and a FKKC BOTTL*
I will not be undersold. of my INFALLIBLE KEMEDT. (,lire Express
competition. and Post Office. It costs you nothing for a
t trial, and it will cure you. Address

I am Prepared with CHEAP KK H.Q.ROOT,M.C.,183 Pun ST..NnYcu

GOODS, and with Better Goods Pianos and Organs soli on tie InstaflmentPlanwteDiesM -
to Supply You.

Discount All concerned will take notice that fix

I td ;, months after date I will present my final

-x In Churches fin Organs. account to Honorable Minor Jones,County -
lu Uil of Brevard Florida and
:>', Judge county, ,
Respectfully 0, ." .' ':'0 r pray for an order dismissing the from the
".,,1-. '";, ..... ., _.... ._ .OJ gy All correspondence will receive prompt execution of the last will and testament of

RUMPH : z'.:,. .;1.; \"., ...A,; attention. Phineas D. Wesson, late of said county,
G-EO. B.
f 0, __ ', E. H. WAGER,
TITUSVIL1B, FLA. s. Etw TltusYllIe, Florida. 50-6mo. Admiuirtratriz.

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I LOCAL LACONICS. -J. S. Walson i C.o. b-y and sell nsythiug -J. S. Watson & Co. have a big line

-Dr.Screrea tpsst a few dar at EJ.:jj in the produce line of fertilizers and they mesa t) sell them. Clothing Clothing Clothing !Ia

ierprie hit ueet. -D:. Dcdson and wife 3.riH.jfrE' : Give then a call. ,

-J. 5. AVauon & Co will bare a fell Eris.Dan'! = -The liquor cses are before County

line of garden seeds Spt.J. Hth.Watsoa i i S. Wat- Court to-day, only a few minor cs=e= ..,

A Co. when = &d lice or were disposed of yesterday :and Monday. "
&u ym
will bare :B
S. & Co. swn ..At.i..he ,!zave.CLOTHING.
rwh&rr. plast* for fall pbntirg.Dr. :.cement. -''=ile )1:. and )1::. Ely! Spencer

f i Senstcr Gardner Hardee can*. !! were out .:_ zl.rnd.y..lli. Spencer -
1 ; cp .
W. S. Graian is expected to re- I -
j on the :... Lucie: Monday to spend a in trying to make his wife think the
tora from hi? trip t'> PbiUdelpbia: next: CLOTHING CHEAPER
\\t.-d | couple of clsys in town.Rev. boat would capsize by stepping on the ,

to dy.Chpi Jas. jlcnill conduct gunwale. was thrown overboard in water
obtained services .
friar Point ondsy nzcrsinr.at about two or three feet deep. He shouldremember CLOTHINGThan
a: City ill BETTER
11 .4 that he :- too larre a men toP
3:1. p. m.Mrs. : -
:::; store at 5cc. per copy. 0i
; -tep oa the gunwale of a small boat.;
-VJErr 11'IP.tJj :. 'I : : toI Robbirs resusitatei the gaze .. ; : r. I.I
Bobbins of b2 s-bir Thursday evening, when a --J. C. Bnnknirat, licinopv. Fla.; j any ether:: h':,:> ? 'I."-.. Indian Riv-:'r.--.. : >_ r: --t-1. .l W
loan real estateApply to
to on J. N. Strobhar. J_ T. & K. W. PjiHway; .
1 & Graham. Jitu n11 Fla. pleasant company' gathered together to in addition t.i) (>nr :already rxinvTOOK: OF DRNOTION'S. \ h M-r..\ +t
C. L Jlyer_ Southern Express Co. : G.
play by moonlight. ,1
-We have as interesting report.from Gibb)= Orlando: W. R Senders ; E c.. Ee.
-Mr. W. Licb: of Jupiter Signal
; Sams received ; :
School Superintendent just j
Courtney: : G. E. Muriel, representing
which will :n the next STAE.Ovier : Service: oSce camr up Thursday eves1 -,;! +l
A : appear the whalesile h-)use <"f JohnClarke.., CHEAPER THAN EVER BEFORE
+ ing and It!: nest rsomiug on a mcnh'plY = .
; .r
1w .- shell liae: of.1 quality > Jacksnville : and Ji.-. ).. Pierce. Jacki.nvile -
: :f trip to W hi=crx>n. D. C.. and
: o&Rd fcrale by J. S. Wat-on cf El t tIX I other place: ?. all r giterei: 3: the Indian Turner cue Garclzior.

**. Puce f urni-hed! on Sr t .iswii7.i. ;( River Hotel ye-terify yFll
-J. A. Ir.:,?:. of Crescent City. the i !
Mr J. F. L retcrsed frcn acrtevior ... I The tx h11 bi
yesterday -
; ? = : ; i, :-? rame hE''F.* .E M R. Ir/N- tt.U.TLB I i.iI.' } ....
'! trip :':' JaY Jcpitcr and IVa# ., ':I :wee: the :Iannine and the Titu \---L *. -_. '.: .

!IK Friday. He .-ro or three i' where, &I1:; o,:mraunication-= kad- 1 I yule nine i wai' ... : i::: ero .n:::; camp! ; ROBBINs: C7a..ASA: ,

t, *:d-fit"'. i.l ('niI' r r :at' moIatr 1 ., : : :i: tho,re eniiuz with IT run if': the !
y deri _Yd izfor ""ac-n rCLK:'<.:'C'R.. tt.a
J+ dom th t way. |! :.r :r '':3 ::=.1 : !c.: : ;:: U o? LAW LOANS AND REAL ESTATE
1 -Miss Katie i Paddi ):1. who: has been i ion i!, and the
I -5Ir. IL B. Hey *ad rife :e:;;::aL OST fre :nnrwere slaved: a: ,

Iroc the aoontain* of we*:em North : & vi-it to her friends, :beE =c- !fI rim i: looked a* though the Merchant: Members of Brevard Aosiraet of Title CcP.

Car.lina last Wedne-day evenisz. M:. I 4 I Hardert ckledge. retursei hcs.eSatar were going to r-e sadly left : but in the O. Box. 92ZO.TITUSVILLE. ..

I' \:isy. and report* naricg spent a.nc -econd : rallied and the : ,.
Ht-rbsalth S :n to teccl1 im- iraing they kept BREVARD CO. FLORIDA.W J
st enjoyable' tice a: Senisor. Hardee'shcUIr. .
proved by hi- trip. 1 :nntip each inning. Henry Tlru* andE. & .::1

-Mr. R. R. McC-: .ici: firs: i- cotcpin D. Flay were the bsttery for the Buj awe Srll: all kiccReal E=mc and art wit Artcte: i..: t .ars _s? : ,11t"i
i!i -'fu.? Mary :ewart.daughter of ot:: MerchantThe -. all -
I ? anion t!Adirondack 31\J::=- I i cartfiHy:: r.etttd ?n j o..cm ia.Errs.'d County.RrTT.TT
courteous: Circuit Gin: clerk. Mr. A. A. fe-ival the Ii ur:iik-a f--rru=. '.I as t.'t character. L cark* aDd raise f: *ana New Yort. expect* to return :o j s: Presbyterian ]
Stewart has been andMrs. : ; on Indian River.
I visiting Capt.
biz Lake: Worth boo* abrct the ssdileof : church ia-t night *ra z. brilliant afair.Tee :" : et"r..Rt1l Estate b&sLoes ... ..
Our uo]:::im for the transaction: c: a = + are cary r -
Srpterii er thir year.Mr. I Quince Stewart 3.: their home below : i iadieof th? church had provided a 2 r Q t- t itnl be siadeij ci..-e t tricci sail-faction: v, isfcefidisr Parciu.i '"06HJ1

&-ckl '1 e. and rerurat-1 to TIt::?- fine -apply of refre-hmeat- all 'kinds '] IU'r n= with heir: parrsac: *:.-
.\. G. Ls.Go.ifi"'y:: of Fort N- Pr-r rtieILted salethe ntl i Perfect.Si .
Tile Monday i iMr. i : -: *
Pierce, returned Ire: their trip :o Gsor- I ; and which: were highly praii by tliO-? : ecisl anvntiirn; riven *! O.i.)sies and Sriori i *!** ,J ?insr Airr* k.>itei t...-
O. B Floyd, repre-entinc WnighW of tbai.. 31 Ea the'naticnai
partaking r. :-aac .
b ia l :crs-iay eveninr. having visitedTersl y land- Write :'-'r I'->retire Pa.:4 :alet.
i S. :: of Jacky:niHt-. ras in < air (,f France the Mar-cli&i-r: : : ..

j i their wiin stay fIr iuthwestcni aK-ut four irt Grorriadonor J:*. I. town F......;rt.4"(1". reports go>--1._ bu-ine-s;; :} Mr. Mitchell ang a prettyestimentil !TE"R}TE M. RPita= ; ien:. .VALTZF. >. 'rK-\H:7 1,

I in thlsection.. He y; Indian River is j *onz. and "T f WatcL v c the Rhine--
; cetd f rstclishrubbery or IBreTTtrci .A.bs"trac't of Title Co.. I
you I: ere of the sop: L-2nt placehe like-i was rendered by a quartette 'A male
T treeof kind call on or address J. P. f Incorporated A. D. 1SS9. '.
any r.
to vi-it. He we aLan Jaliie: Monday J voiceMr.. Dale Sicie:1! a few | .
e Tomer. Titu-viik Florida agent for SfE._..ce..... I CAPITAL STOCK.-5.000 : FULLY.. ID : AO.\->*E>. .IDLE.CLirc 30-
j minutes, funduSciert to pay for a fineSeth
vJ the old reliibie Blduell's: Orlando Nurerie Thomas cljck for the jf theSnriav I :'.-r AStnct? a$ I--* : S3.'.:- :.: r '. j <:rclz:: NNrT icd :'JC Ir rau.i x. .z:
-TceRc'cklecr -Cixia nrw Meisodiyt; ( u e -
{". *. All trer trarrantei true toraise. <' .iditi-.nal Transfer. F-.r o sil..'"lir ir. ADsintt ihe chirps an tLe 50*:>?. vi. 5*
Church is prcfgrersing sai-ac.oriiy aid : yrhool. We did not learn the :..: ti-f tir: addiri..aa. and :i1'C. r'.r czcric v-niir :..an?fc:-

( from the deck of the -.-.o.;,;."."........"1';... ',.,.. Lucie, j jas amount of the prx.*> Js. but expect they Tae* Paid for \oDRe'ldeDtT ,. "

-Mi* ::osieLorimitJ.C'f JSk- ntille. ;he pusses by.. prent.5 cuite an impoainz i were suite Isrc1- '. ,.yo. .
arrived here l1n: %l: evening and will I t ..=:;- ,r.:: ::'.:.. r re wC -:." rfiCie D n.-t'i'_ : beI'i"'lt!!rl1I'.t rrv H i
'1 apjesrance. The church is de- | -'i.: Friday aitemoon a Daseb" :n:::'.:.:c* l.c: !rl:: :.:. the: PsTr-cct. '=! Tu -. and In irt: rem irain?: :-.- ;j Tu
rr?sd alx ut two wcks in Titusville.! Her sigce-i by C. D. Price: Esq. of Philadelphia i| game wa.- played oa the grounds between :? l: /)
aMix Lmra. wh. was here for a Box 25O Titusville Fla.
and i* mr.attache and com {! the snies of LaGrane and the Titusvilleclub I awry
few day* last week and the ucek efyre.. fetwu
plete. ;; rt-ultinz in -oire Art ;).1 ran .
? warned: to Jackscnvllle lat Tce' -iay.We I JBLAB.\RCW.\R FACTORY. C. J. aECTO: ,
I Lc.
t -Mr?. J. C. Xorw x.J. of Ciy Pvint, the home club to 12 for the Snipesj YO(

are plot-ro ton that! )1:. ?. returned tn her home Saturday. She j Mcst cf the 5nif -. however. were play- l II. C. Starck. Proprietor.

f+ D. Geiger of Merit ha- M'Ct'1'r: ha bees to New Smyrna: tAee her t J erbelonging to TItu-\; e. and it wa* i!! Minufaci-rer .,f f ne Havara ar I Ifc:- Hardware and

+ aC.i rD in Mr. .. 11. Ray"; eU>re. Mr. G.i father who died Wednesday I&st from I nothinz more than a practice crstne Thecolored ;' eve-tic' C gar::!.. Ir&'it sup-p: .:ird with i .nre.

*. a genial fellow ard U-eire ..1 lwa _. ready I :hand ""..! 11_ -ierj
k : i made r ':-J = 6t".l.
i'-C ;
bra .Curd
the e5ect* of an accident he met with cn : -- w.n ground* tait
to receive icb &cqu; ij.l? :Ci oar towc. :' !j Factory, a: -\lalkb....,.-. F.3. _';,. General Produce
the :2nd? ins t.. the day of the bay ail andtoniIed;; the *_pectatcrs and basebailist I e..:
Mr. Ja,. Mitchell former
a cocpvitorat I match between Titusville and New with the progress they have al- I air
tie STAB otnce. ia'!*) a i-tiss )1:. \.L.X'S .
Smrrna. resiy WadeCC> 4 their intmmeat
t j i ? caring II MERCHANT. :Z

Pay. !I -Quineyre.T3rt arrived in :(Awn } -. With uaiy emu weeks"practice I 1WSP: APRR SiJB&i'J. ri 5 AGE: a II 4' It
-Owing w the late ratio code by the j jCocaty i they do a- wells.n.ot becinncrwith Melbourne. F t. rih tie
Monday evening, oa her way tt. v>i:
Comniioners prchibiticr the 1 1a f friends at Derby Conn.. wherehe will.:! t! -everal nA"..ih.*"' practice; and. taking intol THE PIONEER .4CEXCY. tot

Coart House bring used for religious: probably, remain for a few months :o l consideration they play by err: they ceervr I For terms andample o..pit address HAVING BOUGHT THE L'Di3\ will

parpoe*. the Methodist Sunday School! j jia ', -_ a zrtst dea: of cr>:-tii: for the proMrs. -
recruit: her health. Thi i*_ the first time I 'JI!
i >
5md3r& held! *. Hall i t -
X at Wager have
| zrea they made
t. M r*. Stewart ha* ever been north so we I tittS
wbf re thechool will be congregated in | P. ').. Brvrdcvany. F"i.A. Weili Kep vn Hind Evt! Dij .
I hope he will enjoy the trip and derive S M Lorimier and daughter, i I

future until notice contrariwise. \ i -ome beneSt: therefrom. 'i Mis Sce: : : Mr-. Eh5r.nce. :. Misses j I !FRESH BREAD CAKES PIES

i -Any p r?)n desiring: information: in -Csps.nP..z-o returnee!Saturifrcm j Stella: and S=:Ea Hale tcok a trip down i iJ i t PRO SCHER, ,
y l -
t regtrd :.) Indian PJTeritdip seys the river afar Melbourne ETC ALS<
his trip down the river The piles! return. !: Tit..sville, Florid, I ;ckktt
>Leatb and resources-can obtain *an e :o view the picturesque Mon-i
for the bcaccus have arrived a: their cenery i Keeps fullVupply! ; : of metallic and woolen ; Bottlers of Sodawater
| I
r by Adding a two cent =tamp for p-)stage destination butit: was hard W'ork.o ret ;i day: The captain hoisted: the n az- in !i Ginger

to A. I. Hatch City Point. Fla._ and receive ,i their honor but two r.f the l ladie i ii i Coins Cases and Casfcets.Funerals '=t
them there. The pile-driver! will! prot-. : young Ale and other Drinks. ...
-- 4 t by nail a copy of pamphlet on ably. leave here to-morrow 10 commence |i showed their appreciation of his gallantry I :I !
I Brevard county, published by the connty in their cabin atten led if -desiredAll orders ftlari
remaining takinr :
operations a: the other end. Cat Padd-: .' a promo:.executed. and 30: reasonable | ALL ORDERS RECEIVE PROMPT
i 5.io:1er of this .
roc-.m rn CYty.3lc ,
from Melbourne
Merritt. WhLitE'
son thinking: i it best: to work upwards, "nap to rates: E:1OOlll:1g: done. Ysra6
S. C. McKibUn and W. H. remainder of the < ATTEXTIOy :
rs. being the niceway the'range party were wing
If, to g0: ::: of

Cook of Pomona, with Vii: T. Johnson of so many troublesome little mo-- '! rega-ec with pineappleon deck S. .\.. BELCHER & COMP.LVY. ,.

m + and sen. called at oar oScc lat Thursday quitoes on the lower route. 'I IMis inhaling the cool and delijrbtlui breeze What Villa w e Wants a Store ?

on their return from the meeting of the I which! swept across Indian River fromthe i| PROPRIETORS

oraage grower* held s: Cocoa last Wednesday I > Emma: Thursby 100q : for i,':t I:road Atlantic C"- -J. We won't 4 A Man with experience will stirt TITUSVILLE, F LA.i -
f the benefit of the Methodist Church. -3:0. whom the captain gave a ,teamt I t -
Sate inducements
the a: one. J Ife
They reported meeting fairly :
:: _rat -alute from the 5:. Lucie as we I
attende-i: and that it was pn.-motive I t| Rockledge, some time back, we learn is I i ii I pad by. but he ought to have been: P. M. Matanzas. Fla. i t.41Grp

: much: jr>:x J :R' the orange grower?. !i staying at Old Orchard Beach. :*-:i=1z f i]i content with tie number of ladies he I ir.:=:. I 1 I.ttt'et

j her throat, which h& i un Ivtirulittle wanted
k -The mail-boat Euru* carried away j ? been troubling her.a PerLapbe S I t INDIAN; RIVER HOTEL
: little, having lien sent there by her :j revenge on the two 'sleeinha : ; A. L. Hatch & Son
her ma>t Friday evening last of Sand ; :r beautie.u. However all the ladies hada I ;
physician to the bese.::... of the air
; get fee 1
Pctbile beating againt the wind toward most enjoyable pleasure trip DHYT7,
4 :
t the pices which she is I': I Titusville
says very, Ha.
,. Si the railroad dock with the mail; -rl
t f fro m El Dora: the mast breaking a short forbMden : i DRY GOODS NOTIONS ; Z3itxl

'T. y cp from the deck of the boat. Mr. :o ring, leada very quiet life and ,; ) ; -.....- }
:. U renting her K-iy a> well as her voice. gOY4i !I 1&
r Mi/ulton. the mail carrier, anchored the "

boat and a sloop from the city wharf I i -Capt. Qi.incy.iewsrt, who came upon ,t k Hardware, Crocker Saddle ry. OPEN ALL THE YEAR ROUHD- ::aba..u
Stationery. Family Medi-
went to hi relief and brought him and the .t. Ltd Monday, to bid adieu .1 cines. Garden Seeds ,;
-; :- -
the mail to the wharf.C3pt. 'I :o his wife says he recently sold: a_1 acres ; j I -I

of land :o Colonel= b. M. of CHOICE GROCERIES
Pritchard started last Saturday ; Edgerton. 0 i ts Capacity, 2OO Guests.

I 'r morning for Tryon City. .,.,-. C., where he I:j jwil j IansaCity for $..3.<>="X His artesian I I: Hay Corn, Hapes Fertflirers. I "ta

:! spend about s month with hi* wife :j I|l.-eH. sunk by Mr. J. A. Dint, rise to a j i i CITY POINT, FLORID ,. I ti

r f and daughter Katie then make trip to':', height of S3 feet: and has avow cf t il F. B. SIChETT.1'roprivtor. i ott

New York, returning home about the hi J i 3"(rl.000: gallons: a dav. The captain sty* .'I II I l:

t of October. He did not expect to leave J he is fond of a shower bath from his well !! f J. P: IL.\.ID. l'rt=:.rent. I t

Tit:: ville until about the 15th of August !;; but it sometime? takes him half-an-hour W. )1. RU e-.
1st of but ; to pluck up courage to stand that cool i This Newly-Bail: Hou r, ja>: :, :J!
or September, time passed j a
Opea d. is :10h. rtcive Utrocage -r +'
w F
:1'SN slowly with 31rs. Pritchard | shower ten; minute?. INDIAN RIVER BANK.
s i, + of all the travrfinz. to sa i f."Q:1
1 I -
tJ among tbe'moiintains: that he could wait ;!;1 -The Methodist and friends at Bract- Indian River.
A I: is delightfully loca d within aboc1
i DO loctrer.Mr. : $ ,' :
t; ley are taking active step? :o build a AKI ille5 Florida.A it) feet of the river. asd always rccdrw

J. A. Helander the Navy De- church. Efforts will be made to build ; GF.iP.RAL BA5KT5S BUSECESS YR15SACTED. full becef i of the cool Atlantic Oce a
t P.rs :, arrived here this week to !! during the coining far il. An ice cream breezes. ,

l .Bj ExCh e bote 1 t and sold. Special and river is
t # stanJanls and lights oa the river. These !! Wednesday night. :activerteP_ are being POWDERAbsolutely prompt a:teat on given toeofectiLoin a :specially solicited. ,

light twenty- ix ia number, will be :'i taken to secure funds ir build a prat negotiated,Cor'O1UC:1s on first md nortsnffe lndiTidC1l5.for stings 1c. 'TABLE SERVED WITH ALL THE

I placed at interval l* of alout eight miles 1 church. A fine lot ha? been secured, .' Pure. est Adraaces allowed made oa tine won deposit availaNe collates MARKET: AFFORDS.

:apart except in Indian Rit'erX'uro and considerable Approved bosiaess
t. I a amount contributed papeitdiscounted. 5wimmin I1
Pool ssF
and Bath-rocca
where eight will be in the This Draris on all parts of Esrope.
placed polder terry
east n.a Ac&rr l of .
4 t channel. Thee licht: being numbered j I by the Methodist Extensson Board : :rec.andclerts 1fon ec+eaatial Basra done as JacfconTiDe rate plied with ?alt and>> Sulphur \rt I
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