The Florida star
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00075901/00166
 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 28, 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
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071719
oclc - 34175599
notis - AKR0018
lccn - sn 96027111
System ID: UF00075901:00166
 Related Items
Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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--- Local Happenings.Ju I -The steamer White has gone to Eau ('ocou.Ir. Melbourne.Mr. The communication in last week's paper -

Gallic to undergo repairs. ) S. C. Usher of Point left for concerning Gilbert's Bar should be
t received, 40 bushels of fresh City l ,1. Henry is busy setting pineslipson
t :bean *;*d. Send in order promptrcfuS -Mrs. Owens is about to add a room the Rocky Mountains a few days ago. his peninsula place.R. read attentively.o doubt it would be
and veranda to her residence which
lb-2t. a ,
,ly Gw. B. Humph. will i IK> a decided! improvement to her The little Blossie, belonging to Mr. T. V. Turner, the ever-jovial Bob, a great benefit in many wn)' Another

torJ.. S.Watson fc Co. have a big line place. Booth, i is hauled out for repairs. started Wednesday for his: old home in inlet is needed at Sebastian, al
of fertilizers, and they mean to sell them -Mis< Lundgren, who has been visiting : Plenty mosquitoes since.the frequentrains Georgia.Mr. are now found over along the east:

them a call.Selling Mr. and Mrs. Henry Titus for a short shore, and with an inlet jjt Seba Give time returned her home Karber- of late, and they are not welcome Gibbs has been doing some inside 1
to at would l>e plentiful.
, household
-.. out furniture, viile yesterday.Mr. visitors::; painting at odd spells, and keeps the gu-I f
and '_ Mrs. F. P. Hassler of Has ler'g
articles matting novItiesat Haven
good., fancy J. W. Boone of Tillman Mr. J. M. Sanders returned from his den going, too. I
These goods must beclosed gave j has been in town a few days, stopping at
el a us a call yesterday. lie left this morning trip to Jacksonville Saturday; morning Guavas are beginning to ripen and
and it will you to call Wildwood I the Riverside. We have seen some elegant -
out pay for X. C.
mMr looking as genial and well as usual. jelly making is in order. They make a
and see the great Ixirfjaivx at the Tropical I *. Tyler, who came to Titusvilleto landscapes, on pearl shells, the product -
Col. n.1.. of Kansas splendid catsup
()Iackcnz es' ). Building to let. obtain'inedical advice, is just recovering Edgerton, I of her artistic brush. Mrs. Hauler!
Hoa: Titusville redolent from a severe illness. She resides in is on the Indian River again. He is The Tarpon passed up last week _witha : i is an artist of no low degree of merit, and

-The air of was the cottage lately occupied by Mr. and stopping at City Point with Capt. Sharpefor big load of slips to be planted on Murritt's succeeds admirably in depicting our 5011)1-
music on Friday evening, ;
with sweet : a few days. Island! we believe.
the occasion of another social -We to-day notice that Mr. Thomas tropical scenery.Another
being Dr. L. T. Daniels received delicious Mrs. I
a S. Richardson has the
given by &. and Mrs Henry Smith is making a long-needed improvement % bought well going down. Messrs. Fee,
party, at the residence of Mrs. :M. E. in front of his property by leveling crate of LeConte pears from his father, Cassell place, a river front piece of :2A Nesbitt and Turner are driving on the

Titus, Quite a jolly company were present the river bank, preparatory"to having a Dr. Daniels, who has a fine pear orchard acres, adjoining John Goode and Mrs.Minor's company well in front of Fee & Neabitt'sstore
Titus. sidewalk laid.!
of in
who fully enjoyed themselves and"brushed some reputation Georgia. places.Collector : The engine of the Fairy has beenset
Mr. D. L. Gaulden has
dull care away" with dancing Quitman and other places in Georgia away for at ;.r r. Dexter has hauled out his cat-boat Hall was !looking up taxpayers up to do the windlass work and I answers .

and music, the latter of which was most nearly a fortnight. lie returned last I Margaret and intends rigging her up as Wednesday whose; State tax had admirably. They began driving

elficiently supplied by the young gentlemen night: and no doubt Mrs. Gaulden and a sloop, and then he expects her to out- been in some way omitted in making! up Wednesday atI p. in. and Fridaynoon

the children-he has two: now-were glad sail boat on the river. the tax list.
After the wants of the inner any were down to the rock, over :t hundred -
present. to see him back. I
man were amply supplied with cake I II Mr. Edward Stiling is in Detroit, Mich. :Miss: Libbie White has sent instructions feet.
Ir. George B. Humph returned last
and lemonade by Mrs Henry Titus, all Thursday from a trip to other portionsof His many friends on Indian River will to have two of Melbourne Beach Mr. W. S.: Tancre is the happy fatherof

adjourned to the residence of Mr. and the State. Among other places he vis- regret to learn he was called there from lotone, of them on Ocean avenue, a little girl. We won't wish him, as

Mrs. Geo. Ensey-one of the most pleasant ited Tampa and inspected the cigar fac- Sico, Me., by the illness of his mother, cleaned up. one chronic blunderer did on a similar

places: in town to spend an evening some tories.kind By of the factory way in, why Titusville: can't ?we Even get I who was severely injured a few days ago lira Campbell, Miss Allen HlltlIr.. occasion, "much joy and many returnsof

where some good instrumentalmusic an ice factory would be a good beginning. I by a carriage accident. Allen Campbell were out for a sail Thursday the happy day," but wish instead that

was given by Messrs. E. L. Brady, -The Misses Florence and Emma The river is full of fish and our fisherman afternoon in Capt. Hector's yacht she may grow to be all her fond parents

H. Egger, J. Cameron, E. D. Raney and Hardee, and :\IiiosIay Nolan, came up I Geo. Kirk, catches enough of them Flirt.A would wish her to be. Providence seemsto

F. Castidy, while Mrs. H. Titus and Mr. from Rockledge Thursday, on a visit to each night to supply the people of Cocoa 37J-pound watermelon was: cut last be correcting the inequality heretofore
Mrs. R. P. Paddison, and returned on existing between the the river.
the few sexes on
C. H. Walton gave company a and Rockledge. This seems to be the week from Mr. Beaujean's sand-patch at
We these
Saturday. hope see young Of
songs. The company broke up at 11.20, !ladies in town again on-th:1t i is, if season of the year when fish are at their Melbourne Beach. We hear that Mr. B. ten babies born here within a little

the band dispensing sweet music for a few Senator; and Mrs. Hardee can spare finest flavor has been fortunate enough to receive an over a year only two were boys.U. .

minutes in front of Mr. Ensey's residenceere them. I Drs. Hughlct and Daniels have clearedthe increase of pension. D'O.voiiu.
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departing. The nocturnal band next Hent'1it Entertainment. I :Greets; in front of their drug store of Mr. C. H. Stewart finished up a suiteof Lake .orth.----
wended its way to Captain Owing to the action of the County all grass and weeds and intend putting rooms while Mrs.Stewart was absent Summer resort weather.J. .

serenaded the occupants for a Commissioners in denying the Methodistsof down a nice coquina sidewalk ere long. celled and painted nicely-and they ha'"enow J. White left on the lUth fora
short time and then left for their various and the privilegeof
Titusville vicinity The drug-store is
quite an improvementto some of the most comfortable and month or two's recreation north.
places of abode. using the Court House for holding the south end of Cocoa.
their services, this denomination is under cozy rooms in town. The Mary B.arrived from Jacksonville

-We were very pleased to see the the necessity of taking immediate Sunday school was held in Hill's Hallas :\Ir, Ira Crosby has bought Thomas via the B. I. R. and Jupiter on the 18th. ,

genial countenance of Dr. W. S. Graham steps toward erecting a house of worship. usual on Sunday last, but owing to the McCoy's house and lot on Melbourne avenue 'Squire J. C. Hoagland has set out
into sanctum on Friday In order to aid them in this undertakingtheir
our illness of Rev. James Bolton services
friends have decided to give a grand ) no and has moved into his new quar some 12,000 pineapple slips on his two
morning,after an absence of six weeksto benefit entertainment on Wednesday took place as anou ncod. We are pleased ters. Mr. C. intends to make considerable west side places.

Philadelphia. He returned Thursday evening next, the 4th of September. The to learn that Mr. Bolton is much betterat improvement on his place. The west side school house is roofed in

night, looking remarkably well after his best talent in Titusville have kindly vol- this writing.
and work has stopped to await the arrival -
The old Izant Hotel has but one ten-
aid in this most .
vacation, which go a long way to prove unteered their services to
Father Foley, of DeLaud to of doors and windows.
worthy cause, and from the excellent program came ant now. It is a pity something is not
that he must have had a very pleasant which is being prepared and the Cocoa last Tuesday and held mass in the done with it. It stands in a good loca- I Capt. O. S. Porter has set out nearly

sojourn among his many friends in Philadelphia undoubted ability those having charge house of Miss Hannah Sheehan, who is tion, with a fine view. The ocean can be 20,000 pines on his west side homestead,

which he has not visited for .of the management to carry it out that sue- thought to be dying. All the Roman seen from the observatory.We and is trying to get still more to set out.

some years. Mrs. Graham and son, ces fully, we can confidently predict be Catholic people of this section attended Wash Jenkins, an uncle of Joe, arrivedon
of those who are fortunate enough to. see in the Agriculturit that Mr. J.
Johnnie, he left in the
enjoyment will not only} aid a deservingcause i the celebration of the Eucharist at her the 15th and will locate somewhere in
present I H. Phillips is putting out 40,000 pineap-
down here
good health. They will be but will be treated to a performance I house that day. I this vicinity, and bring his family as
in and all those admission ple slips. That is not all by any means.
again about two months, well worth the price of located.
Dr. L. T. Daniels, the Cocoa dentist, Mr. about ::; Mr. soon as
will be Hector puts out 00,000,
of the concert
who have had the of meeting feature :
pleasure A special .. Capt. Dennis O'Ncil of Fort
which 01 has moved into his new quarters above Mr. Hassler
consists Henry 14,000 41,000 etc.
Mrs. Graham will be glad to welcomeher the Animal Quartet, ,
four well-trained animals rendering a the Indian River Drug Company's store, Lauderdale House of Refuge, made a
back. Dr. Graham, we are pleased choice piece of music to perfection. Thegcntleman and his rooms are very attractive-as Mr. McAllister succeeded in getting :i flying trip up here and back tie first of
to note, will give us his valuable assistance who will introduce them and splendid flow of water at Mr. Valentine'splace. the week.
much dentist
office be-with
so as a can
on the editorial staff of the STAR, have charge of the quartet while on the It is said to give a greater quan- A. F. Quimby, who was duly elected
their artistic stained
is well-known citizen, who makes paper hangings, of water than other well around
which will allow attendto a tity
us:! more time to stage any
clerk last fall has last
as duly
his first at this time, and we glass windows and new office furniture.The county !
appearance here. Wre have not heard the exact
and other Our fig
our job departments.
confident his patience in training Ins entered upon the duties of his office with
are Misses Florence Emma and Minnie
readers would do well to send in their will be urea
and novel performers out further hindrance. Ex-Clerk
unique Hardee, daughters of Senator Gard any
job orders at their earliest convenience, duly appreciated. Charlie Rhoades and ner Hardee, will leave their home at We saw at Mr. Hector's store last week Priest, it is said, has already left for

and patronize "home industries" instead several other of the most retain popular their favor- Rockledge iut a few days to attend schoolat fine pineapples, cocoanuts watermelons, Miami to seek; the condolence and sup- t

sending their printing orders out of townto ites will with do their Titusville best; to audiences pop-The White Sulphur Springs Fla. Rock- bananas, lemons, and a lot of fine pears port of his friends there.

save a few cents, and then giving the entire ularity program will be of the "laugh and ledge three bright will seem young quite ladies lonely are when away.these from Georgia-the largest and finest we Mosquitoes, when they first appearedin '

stereotyped cry of "protection." Do un- grow fat order and deserves a full house. have seen this year. Peaches seem to May, came in such numbers tb lte''erj'one
cake will be served by The :Myrtle Cottage party, consisting
to others as would have them do Ice-cream and have played out.
you would be
thought they
the ladies at the close of the entertain- of Dr. Schofield, Mr. A. :Moore Mr. Pat-
unto you and by adopting this course ment. The prices will be as follows: terson, Mr. Chas. Blythe, Mr. Walter General Freight Agent Carl Curtiss, than usual this summer, but inside of a

you will live and let live.fr fr General admission, :35c. ; children, 15c. ; Rowland, Misses Bertie and Ida Curtis, was in town again last week. He was week they had nearly disappeared, and.

Complaints are being r made constantly reserved :-'at5.50c. Miss Kate Eyer and Miss Carrie Moore, accompanied by Mr. Peters, master me- strange to say, this section has been
the Maud F. from Melbourne
came up on sloop -
in regard to the condition of the side- minis.- --- Beach Saturday afternoon. They chanic of the Tampa and Havana Line. "freer" of them than ever before known.

walks on Main street and Washington report an enjoyabte time throughouttheir They had a few hours to stroll around This fact, together with the cool weatherwe

avenue- Some action should be taken at :Mr. Elliott Minis was most: successfulin the entire stay on the sea shore.A town and view the beauties Melbourne.. have had, has made this a memorable
the deer hunt recently, chasing
once by the proper persons to have them animal into the river and cutting its thick veil of mist hung over the Misses McFarland and Carron have summer.

repaired. Only good fortune has prevented throat. river Monday morning of this week un- been over at East Melbourne for several SAM.

a casualty more or less serious Mr. Harry Roberts: is busily engaged til the bright rays of the sun dispelledit.
days assisting Miss Phillips, who, we be- Hypoluxo.
of the land It was caused by the unusually cool
the ,
after clearing
occurring before this. A broken leg or looking to setting out an orange night air coming in contact with the lieve, expects to start about the 1st of The sharpie Illinois, with her tooter,"

arm might be a very expensive matter to preparatory for Mrs. Banister, of Clinton. warm waters of Indian River. That was September to finish her education at the to see that she follows no devious way en
the town. Aside from the danger the grove the first cool night of the season. Up
Several times recently we have heard well-known institution at Oberlin, Ohio. voyage, has gone Titusvilleward, but the
north, we learn from friends, fires and
dilapidated condition of our sidewalks the query-"What's .the, matter with heavy blankets have been in use for some The Maud F. brought the Myrtle Cot- balance of trade is kept up by the arri-

creates, their appearance is, to say the Minis; dead entirely ? Pray allow us time. tage party over to Mr. Hector's dock last val of the Bon Ton, Capt. Will H.Ioorc
least to remark Minis is yet alive; at present
not calculated to impress the visiting '
much so, particularly as regards! the The Cocoa Brass Band is about to dissolve Wednesday. The ladies enjoyed a ride in Dame rumor has it that the doctor and
stranger our streets favorably very and will sell their musi-
upon very Orange Growers Union. probably on the car and the entlemen were George Potter and family are about to
It seems to us that on this ground cal instruments to some colored men of
Ii alone A meeting was recently convened at Cocoa and Rockledge who have taken the pleased to supply the motive power, of remove to the west side i and that Prof.
each should the
property owner see the school-house for the purpose of organ- brass baud fever since the visit of the Ti- course. They went up the riyer Satur- James Wood Davidson will soon returnto

f Wisdom and necessity of repairing his izing a branch of the Orange Growers'Union tusyille colored brass band to Cocoa. day. his hares:!, penates and pineapples. It

O\\'u particular walk at once. Only a if practicable. The meeting was The Cocoa Brass Band has been quietfor is well-the equilibrium will be restored.

week or so ago a man employed at the called to order by Mr. T. Johnson. Mr. many months, but they made things Thos. H. McCoy and E. P. Branch They have the most money on the eastside

meat market his McKibben, of Putnam Co., addressed the lively for a few hours last Saturday went north Tuesday. Tom says he in- but we have the most brains on the
injured knee-cap owing
to i' meeting at some length, considering the ternoon playing over their old pieces a?a tends to get to Washington, taking in west side-a-hem that was a 4skeet" gotdown
the unsafe and rickety condition of advisability and adaptability! of joiningthe soft-cuss.
parting salute.Deafness. my Sam and I think so
and St. Paul the He
I Chicago on
the sidewalk ; and again on Monday, Union. After discussing the subjectit ---- way. anyway. If that is libel make the most
"rs. was decided to organize a branch. Mr. denies that Salt Lake City is his objective It takes
Sidney Wilbur had a narrow escape Can't lie Curedby I of it. only a very small man to
from B. J. Minis was chosen president, F. A. point. Mr. Branch is off for n visit whip me; besides I am a famous pedes
serious injury by falling through and Harry Rob- local application, as they can not I
Strahan, vice-president ; trian.A .
and to get his winter stock: of goods.
these reach the diseased of the
t ; "man traps. As it was, she received berts secretary and treasurer. At a second portion ear.
There is Deafness, i rainy Sunday. The wicked mancant
only one wato cure
a severe shock to her nervous meeting of the branch, the indis- and that is.by constitutional remedies.: The item l last week concerning the ex I work and the lazy man takes a

system as well as some very painful criminate slaughter of our game birds Deafness is caused by an inllamed con- I plosion of Mr. Crocker's fifteen-ton (the I double dose of enjoyment ; but the pious
and out of also discussed {
both in season, was -
r bruises. Were it not for her good, physical and it decided that the landsof dition of the mucus lining of the Eusta- size of the Queen) naphtha launch looks I man can't go to church-neither can I.
0 chian Tube. When this tube gets inflamed I I for three good (or bad) reasons. First, its
1 constitution, we have no doubt she the undersigned should IKJ posted, rather far-fetched for a Melbourne item
you have a rumbling sound or imperfect twelve miles to the church second it
*ould have been confined to her bed for the purpose of preventing slaughter : hearing and when it is entirely closed the missing connecting link being that I rains: third, there is! no minister or

through this accident. Marshal Titus, B. J. Minis, R. Carlile, F. H. Str; lan, deafness is the result and unless the in- Mr. Crocker is interested here, being one I I preacher, for they send the thin-skinned

to whom we have previously spoken with Harry Roberts, Thos. Johnson, H. Maxwell flamation can be taken out and this tube of the heavy men of Melbourne and variety down here to preach to the
Warren J. E. Brady J. Einig, restored
s. to its normal condition hearingwill !
reference heathen and can't endure the
to the ill-conditioned state of they mosquito -
Atlantic Railroad and
and Mrs. H. Lind be Company heavily
the Mrs. Gray, ) destroyed forever; nine cases out
sidewalks : who often undoes in the
says that having previous- I. ,
of ten areeaused by catarrh which is interested Melbourne Beach. Another
'7 made -- all the the did in the win-
reports to the proper quarter i good preacher
I nothing but an Jnllamed condition of the i
Without. effect, he has now taken upon Would you exchange your pale cheeks mucus surfaces.We t heavy stockholder, who has been spending : ter. They should import some of the

Himself! the responsibility of repairing for rosy ones? will give One Hundred Dollars for the summer in Europe, will return a I English variety who have served in India -

*me of tne sidewalk, and he hopes the Johnson? Tonic vitalizes the blow,enriches any case of Deafness (caused by Catarrh) month earlier than exPected-about September ''I and then, by giving a bonus or premium -
town will support him in the action he it. It has no equal a.4 an appetizer that we cannot cure by taking Hall's 1st-and will we would not be left to the a-1
bias taken. One of our live aldermen Try it, and, if not satisfied, your Catarrh Cure. Sentt for circulars, free.F. probably accompany -I and our own evil ways 4or nine long

Dt. Graham-has returned, and we now money refunded. Cures every form of J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo O. I Capt. Wilcox when he returns. I I months.

bnpe to see a better state of affair fevers., Sold by Druggists, 5c. 16. |Then we may expect to see things move. RCT \ EY.w .



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l 6l I I :lur:1ll.mqu't of choice tobacco grown J He will bring his last fJiv'..:
; a
in Cuba. Let me get back to the wrapper doctor whom he has employed aacit

x NOT DIGNIFIED. business to say this: j! upon him. whether he w snts it caw

"Don't you know that the Sumatra i "Take it. boas, he. -
wrapper being more more : dooed if don't take it."
you The
HAS STUDIED THE SUBJECT. f.y lioiacttic manufacturers not to impart OF THE TUNNY THINGS. I la*"*.

; .1 A Chinaman's Criticism: of Christian any distinctive flavor,or to give' strength is ai ;o regarded with a-.ve becanae
or to take it away from the cigar, but in i raysterious connectionsrith: the
3 Ii :iontri\s. The ..nr,.. Smoke" Habit and Uow It I.J order-toaJJ to comeliness, the leaf being Hi Farm Near Gritlin, tii. Prt-ent* R 3io!'t i I of the law and ia: most cass baa SO

Formed Something About Wrapper wry smooth and pretty? If the wrapper Singular Sight; .\n immense Orchard of r trouble in collecting! his f't-tS.-W -

aflectod the strength of the cigar to ton Cntic.
f.I aod Fillera-Pe Work in China
Spiritually any extent, or interfered in any degree
Is a Failure. HarMna-5onie Heavy Smoker with its flavor, manufacturers would not. Fight When Fw diiig Time Corner j According to Voltaire farts; su t ', .

-3Iuch has been written about cigars a:> they do here daily in America, put a A few miles west of Griffin is the home I use on the continent: in the Thir

H and smoker said a La Salle 5-trfft tobacconist Sumatra wrapper around a filler of imported of Mr. William Throckmorton. Mr. and Fourteenth centuries. This it. 11
They IL*%r n..n..titf"il the Commerce of Havana tobacco which is of far
: "but there are some things Throckmnrton is the proprietor of the puted. They were not iatro-iuc _
i Their I-VIIow-ritizpn* at the Cost of theN better quality and of mere desirablestrength.Chicago
I For and remunerative' farm in England until the beginning of the
that haven't been told yet. instance Herald.ILLUSTRIOUS most:: unique yyteenth
atis ?(lnufactar and hr Son-ins
do you know that 'dry" smoking Georgia. It is the "Lime: Creek: Possum I center
1J; .mt.-:\t .\mt.:11: the MasseGener- -- -- ----- ----- ---- -
6 is on the increase: A drsrno1e, : is making farm.
SECONDS.Some I sod .
atr.rirr : Tactic
:ally. away with the cigar without lighting On the very crest of a well woofed hill *

SEW Y OHn;. 23.-Wong Chin crunching chewing, crushing away is a comfortable cottage surrounded by ; A battle: does nut consist.: a., Clan!b.

f Foo. the well kaoro Chinese journalist. : Notable Reproduction of Idea in At the foot of the a "int:. in a grand advance: r s f n.t S
on it with the teeth until the last! parric'e+ Krolution Inexorable. beautiful shade uses f .
't says, that Lient. Wool nearly hit the of juice is extracted." : hill is a pretty branch running throughthe lines of attack sweeping ecer;+ >.- rit

when he says that Christian mismark What is the origin of this habit'sasked All great writers have imitated here wry center of a ten acre persimmon I fore them. or the helter-sk:: :r flight(* ;
and there but always' consciously:: and the unfortunate defeated.
sions in China failure within board fence. hatorig-
: are a : the reporter as he puffed away at grove inclosed a high
::41 "In one resp vt says Wong Chin. a fragrant Havana the cigar dealer had for their own amusement solely. Manyof The persimmon: trees are interspersed i mu t 500) present it in his criptijM k

t "the Christian teachers in China have : passed over to him. these reproductions have been very with a quantity of old hollow and the artist in hip painting. Erai tfe n z:

1 been benefit to the commerce of brilliant, but upon no one of them has : in the writer of an othcial account mud I li iit
: a great "In nearly every cage it begins with hollow Jogs planted ground.tt'HAT I : ifs
the fame of an author ever rested. When himself the !
to of
citizen home : presentation sock .
their fellow -at by showing heart scare. You see, in some forms of I AN EXPERT SAW. Q&

c the heathens how to live in style and dyspepsia the stomach distends with Coleridge wrote his remarkable paraphrase It was in the early afternoon when we ments as demand >eciai trtatra :tQt I"r

i t' how tUn methods to obtain wind of the Bible. "The Wanderings of the farm to such episodes as involve
to mploCbri and: presses a trifle: against the arrived, and to the uninitiated isporajj .
"luxuries and Cain," it was undoubtedly an event in and instructive tactical ,,
modern by sowing caovern au.
be immense fruit .12
heart. The smoker turns pale as he reflects appeared to an
., discontent the masses generally. the literary world and brought him which \1--
anO:1g that the red corpuscles of the blood bearing an oblong whitish sort of fruit those events are =50* strUta: ?
r ii. If they could only convert the Emperor : great praise; but if Coleridge had never I which more quietly but eclj
have become triangulated, as his scientific hanging from the dead limbs of the trees :$.
e the have the Mikado of "
t of China as written "Crista!* or "The Ancient contribute
nevertheless, to the iI
they woufd probably lend him doctor told him they would, and by a Ion;. black st rni. But appearances tiaalj
Japan. ) "Kubla Khan. what niche
Mariner or te !
enough money on his property to own :a now he must; give i up smoking if he were deceptive. It was not fruit, butbetween suit cannot reproduced with0c6:tx
in literature's would ; ]
1 portion of the throne"Alreadv would live. But giving up smoking is, ,: temple Coleridge seven and eight hundred 'possums much expansion. Thor* incident%& E
; ? in his "Heavenand
the consumption of American with mo t tobacco users, far easier said occupy today" Byron taking their afternoon siesta. Ourparty no account of the battle, otncui or- r

( petroleum has greatly reduced the than done. Then comes the compromise.The Earth. wrote a description of the were somewhat unacquainted with oiScial, takes any note of the tS OI- t
profits of the bean oil manufacturers of j flood which for dramatic power vivid sand and one event observed ;nlv I
1* i4 frightened smoker holds the cigar in the habits of the Georgia 'possum, and try-.
northern China ne.n1per cent within portrayal and stupendous strength: far
his mouth but does not light it. Every : consequently pied question after: question participants, the innumerable cass c at
the few "eat'S..mEri cotton exceeds the Bible's but becausethe
past : : picture: which the direction and
1" their nerve in his body is a-quiver, and nothing to our highly amused l host3.. I nowconsider : omtrvlcf affairs
goods. produced by labor-saving flood had been the Bibles
peculiar glide out of thehouJa of th. g
machines. are fast supplanting the native but the extract of tobacco will allay myself an expert on the possum, oSaeithecse
for hundreds of before
hand looms. and firearms are taking that ner" ou;ne The teeth press down property years and here is what I learned and saw: are the little) drops f-l water that

the place of the primitive bows and arrows. upon the unlighted torch, the nicotinousfluid Byron' was born so it will continue tc' The 1'to) Sum. when desiring to take a : make the mighty ocean of battle aal determine c:.

; start: This is a dry smoke. The : hold its rights to the end of time. nap. simply climbs the most convenient I victory or d-fe-at-Lni Service be
To comedown in the scale "St Elmo"and bI'
_L 'These results are principally brought man soon learns to like it: and the habit j: twalks ont on a limb. wraps his tail i

about by missionaries who have learned him gust as the real fire ] "Rutledge"owed their great vogueto one and a half times: : around and swings i ibis ,I
grows upon
the native tongue. Otherwise the En- ; the popularity of "Jane Eyre" and :Uh.ldc a Uo ..Jtl.
smoke habit had done. But he is no better ,, body out into space. His legs and
1i..1i-s eakin traders would haa'' I the inspiration their authors drew from i iI One night at a reception a: ilrs. Boo- I'C
f oa. &e gets fully as much tobacco feet are drawn close into his body and
t hard time in introducing their wares, no ,: 'I that famous novel The duchess and aids' while I was perched ujxa a x&
matter how useful. into his system by that practice as by the: his bead drawn up between his shoulders
Helen :Mathers pressed their lips to the watching the brilliant aosembla, I f }
: "But epirittullt.heir mission is undoubtedly other-In many cases more""Can until it forms an almost perfect ball and sCJ
fever' stricken mouth of Rhoda into conversation with
a pieasunt
:: Broughton gad
; a failure, and here are some ', a man get aw y with many cigars appears to be great pear covered with 0I
) of the from Chinese aad took the disease in a milder man seated beside me. wLo was TSJ 0c
reasons, as seen a in that way? white fur.
g I form. Rita and Amelie Rives have curious about America and Azjcrios
point of view: I "I should say so. I hate a customera The sun was slowly 1 setting below the
1 "((1.) The Christians have' not been i j well known attorney-who buys ,, snatched the falling mantle of Ouida distant pine mountains and we were still life. I told him a great deal about ,
able to'e' the Chinese anything divided it in half and wound it America and said that American
newt j soclosely I : c
daily box of twenty-five imported Havana j gazing at the queer objects in amused
.. : in the vital principles of their teachings.i i about themselves that it has become an England would not at once knowbort
cigarsfor which he pays me 4.50, I wonder when a half dozen: little 'possums
in few of j jIt'
save some unimportant points i i extra cuticle and could be removed address "d3 for *
only people properly. a.I \
I'f main doctrine. which cannot be understood j: or eight ?n cents apiece. He is wealthy emerged from the pocket of their mother,
.' J by the Chinese 1 and can afford the expense. He dry by a surgical operation. ran up her tail and commenced playingon said, "I am as green as a gooseberrjx I.s:

It' '" "(2.) "The manners and ways of the ::; smokes these cigars pretty thoroughly, Great original genius is only recognized -, the limb above.' In a few minutes this subject; even if I supposed joa-srai I.I

r. Ttii irmnrv.. rnln.. looked I and admitted after a desperate one of the nobility I should not has
,. aq :i are anon ton. T !ssca. anthpr e!] nmpr- rPS 1 this marsupial stretched her head and
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extraonlinanat: nIl' : k because there is coward how address soh" few
us tIi'eSTh&yf fight, no greater to A momma 1t
estate broker, and one of the most com then her fore feet out. She swung herself -
the austerity and the that become than the intellectual The well afterward Mrs. Ronalds said toinerMXt.
> dignity public. :
M. anionable and sociable of fellows-who | once or twice, grabbed her tail with i
a solid Chinese sage. Such: qualities J furnished and critical brain has everyj Wilder, that's a good thing you've bee
tics thirty-fivU straight ten-cent domestic f her fore paws ana climbed up it to the
are imperatively necessary in shelf] of its Cells fitted with the lore the Duke of Teck
saying to Iou't'ewan
f j up ;
China. For this reason the Catholic : cigars every morning, and he smokes j I ;: limb, which she caught with her claws, "

priests are making more headway there ; e'erone' of them himself. Should he j I upon which centuries or generations of untwisted her tail and pulled it up. imwessJon- upon his highness. Im ..
i have their seal. It I haven't the Daled
e than those of any other sect, also, because t give' one to a friend he buys another to public approval set Hardly had she balanced: herself when plied: "Why, met
they all wifeless. l take knows that to admire thai choice libraryis half Teck; the only gentleman rye been taking :
are its place. He is systematic in all the dozen young ones climbed into
(3.) The majority the missionaries things, and he will smoke no more and : both safe and proper; it gives one dignity her pocket and were hid from view. She to is standing over' there. "Wet 1!,*

attack or hold in ridicule the doctrines !I no less than the number mentioned." and it gives one pleasure. Any then climbed down the tree. says Mrs. Ronalds, "that ia the Doled tt:

of Confu iiis and Buddha.. which form i The thing, therefore, which is radically dif- While Teck.? Gracious! I ani a little er.x
sathi this
reporter subsequently : was going on more than
the pet religion of the people. ; ferent from the inhabitants of those, fellow
by nature but just then 1c
i broker, who confirmed the statement, seven hundred others had awakened and
11 (4)) Their strong patriotism at home I t preciou shelves] must perforce be worthies might have put rue in a pint cup.-1W-
causing their teachings of religion to be and denied: that his nerves or his health wereooming down from the trees. Reaching t
I .
s' blended with social and political reforms -I were in any wise affected by the large the ground each ODe made for then shall P. Wilder'a Book. t tJ

t abroad. They try to make China- number of cigars he smoked."Men's People do not stop to compare or eveto creek drank and then ran up the hill to tt J

:. t 44 men become Americans and to act and : whims and caprices are shown I remember the difference between the a pen in which they were to be fed. Jack Dempsey Quieted HJm.i 1I t

j think like one of themselves One of as decidedly in the matter of cigars as j' succeeding literatures of past gener- BAKED "POSSUM AM 7JLTZKS i In a crowded car on Geary ftreet 1t

these social ideas with which they try in anything in the world. A physician, j[ ations. Think of the monotony the 1 They were of all sizes. Some would a rather undersized man trod oa a
_ to imbue the inmates of missionary i 'i world's letters if no original minds had big man's toe. He ) -
and immediately
1 barely
a popular one. too smokes just weigh a half pound while others \
their is
schools under
that whena
charge I .
:: a youth becomes of ages say 21 years seven cigars a day, no more and no less, i: ever come to break Kx e from traditions, would tip the scales at thirty. The 'pos- j, gized, but the big man would accept aa ..

t old, he is his own master, meaning that j and they are of a special brand. He has ,I inaugurate new schools and plant new sum, when hungry, utters a sound whichis excuse and grumbled and growled. sat I
j smoked them for thirteen ideas: Suppose the glorious galaxy now | aa the smaller man made 3ttemItto
1 he is no longer under the control of his years. Dur- a cross: between a mew and a moan. no 1

parents notwithstanding this is a :! ing all this time he as.sures. me. he has illuminating our past had succumbed to 1 Over seven hundred 'possums were to- I' resent it, he gradually roused) hiralf

direct violation of their teachings the inevitable fire of public protestation, furious heat. t
smoked a
never one: more or one less than gether so thick that the ground could

{ I that thou shalt' honor thy J' seven a day. Physicians are called out what sort of a literature would we have not be wen between :them and the small "Who are you, sirrahr lie ueuaaaded. 1I
father and thy mother; and yet' this today? Unquestionably the literature of i hU fist in the tx&j
That other
yi j so irregularly one would least expect ones had been forced upon the backs of i
is the doctrine 1
practiced very fa China for thousands is alone of j to find method in their ranks: yet'j one generation even of one decade, is' the larger. All were uttering this peculiar j '"who the devil areu that ?x* I

r-fl years to the very letter by all classes, j,; he has a regular hour for smoking and ,!,I the natural result of the literature im- sound, reminding one of an armyof around stamping: your big feet on ewrj t

e and the missionaries tried to make them will let nothing interfere with it. He mediately preceding it; evolution is inexorable soldiers moaning over the death of one within reach? Who are MJ"- t

break it by a social peculiarity of their pays twentv-five cents apiece for his But upon thin force of heredity their general, when through a gate a > "1Ic name i. Jack Dernpsey r quietljI I

'. t+3 own. This idea of American juvenile' Clb ars." operate the great and complex forces of negro pushed a wheelbarrow, heaping I i answered: the other, looking up
4 lI
:. ,l independence alone is sufficient to "1 thtTtsuch the times and the man who is thrust The aa-1 lt I
f pre- : acute taste as that in full of all kinds of trash and slops} : -consisting J big man's jaw fairly droj peJ
i ?i vent'their doctrine from taking root in head and shoulders above tlu.
mass as '
cigars Is it possible for a man to be of fruit pealings. vegetables, he hastily left the car mumbling a!'Cb1
well-regnlated Chinese families, where 1 the target of his generation and 1 l
educated to a particular brand geticallr. The small not tit
up so meats, bones and breadAs ho hove man was
the family ties are so sacred that in
; no landmark for is he in whom
1 that he can enjoy no other posterity, sight the scene the i| noted lighter, but lie scared the b&Tf
how old
matter a eon may be he is yet both forces have among 'possums reminded t
and been
r ; j the son of his parents and must serve 1 "Imagination plays a big part in that met ignited one of feeding time in a menagerie I f just as much as if he wu,-San Fna1 t
r ; by the divine that shot in his 1 t'f
under them. particular. A certain brand which has spark un- The little ugly animals screamed cisco Examiner.

"(5. ) The only new idea that the missionaries ; had a big run will suddenly grow unpopular born brain whence no man can tell.- and scratched and hit at one another 'ff f

can present to the Chinamen ; Smokers will declare thequality Gertrude Franklin barton in North until the had scattered the lo Stop Gum Chew j in t 1I 1

spiritually is the vicarious atonement I has depreciated but such is not'! American Review. of negro the wheelbarrow contents Mix a little soap with the gum aal require I 1I

+ of Jesus Christ or the cruel torture of | the honest manufacturer will over the ,, the pupils to chew all together GfI I
C35e.ny 1t
The lllevlus of ChJJjb.-. ground. Then although it wellscattered
the of God for the was :
son sins of i I
men. seek 1 a little: while. Give' fair tbea
above all
r';. which doctrine the Chinamen l believe things to maintain the Blt.'Sbe childhood which brings: ail wanted to eat in one place : 1 1

a was manufactured. bv a YankeeizedJew. ., quality. It's imagination: I demonstrated down something of heaven into the midstof just like hogs, and there was considerable -'I dose treat every offender alike. Proboblj ore tbs 1I 1w I(
will break if
that it in school
to entire
once my satisfac- up
our rough earthliness. Thee 50.000 more scratching and biting. But w
tion. I had excellent pupils are assured that ia earaes* ..
an brand are
which this did you
e A BIG BRID3S DONE. daily births, of which statistics tell us not last long, for the rations j'
w for convenience I'll call the j and will give them soap tiaw the/
'Escurial ( every 1 t
represent as it were an effusion of innocence were soon consumed btoo great droveof tr
P The New Cantilever Over the KentnokrRiver i I but it palled on my customers' taste. and freshness struggling not only 'possums and they commenced to disperse |! forget and slip the horriJ stub iaI wit

at Knowing it to be mouth I have tried this with prime:: 1(
w Tyrone Completed.FRAXKFor.r. ,, a splendid cigar, the I
against the death of the race but against &emingly contented, and this
r Ky., Aug. 23.-At 10:30 qest quality of goods I carried I got the human corruption and the universal gan- time climbed the persimmon tree pupil I cannot speak of it.* value triIh

Tuesday morning the last iron manufacturer to change the older pupils, largo trestrt sa-
girder name to- grene of sin. All the good anfhole- During the persimmon season L'A'tr,3.' enough
: the sides of well, let call 'The ;i thority. That th wafer's J
connecting the new me it Amber: and at fed depends upon *
sums are not
'" some feeling which is intertwined: with at all. for it is on this :
cantilever bridge over the once those who had rejected it under + discipline.: -Cor. American TfCb
f Kentucky an- fruit become
: childhood and the cradle is one of the they rolling fat and ready ;
_ river at T"rone5 placed in position other name took to it handsomely. That ; secrets of the for market.
and the last bolt fastened. President was a and I have governmentof i 4
"' year ago no more the world. this lite Mr. Thruckciorton five' Never 4i
Bennett H. Young, with a in Suppress giving ships hundred Forget 4I i i
from Lonisville and a small delegation p.irty {popular Has cigar the my entire stock. dew and human society would be scorchedand to eastern points and the cities through Thai we take no "note of t1flkt6tof I
color of the
from Lexingtonwere present The wrapper anything devastated by selfish passion. Supposing out Georgia. They average him$1 each its loss. 1

bridge was designed and (constructed ; to do with the strength of cigars that humanity had been composedof and he makes quite a good thing out of That they who crit.'i* IB*.< anltI8 1t 1t

,; Detroit; and the work of placias Q it in "It has very littleYou will observe a thousand millions of immortal beings it, as they are practically no expense to most open to criticism

: position was commenced about eight I: how small a part of the weight it is. It whose number could neither increase him. In shipping to Atlanta and Georgia That idleness and h:, .',-,'>-_. n,.,'K .
; .: weeks ago. under a contract to finish it }!t is the filler the great inside bulk which
nor diminish, where should '\\g pJint3 they are generally dressed, go hand in hand tvlt.t

claimed bi the lath be inst. In dimensions it is.';; determines the quality of a cigars be and what should we be! A thou :nd but the majority go to Washington and That the chronic- kui.r JK .:!- :'.,1 .a- !
l to anillibr'
superior to strength, and not the binder i
+1: : work in the country. neither of which or thewrapper times more learned, no doubL Jut a are shipped there alive. The large ship ways monopolize the kk-i.i..; ,. i .

The main span is "V51 feet 6 inches. twentieth of the constitutes a thousand times more evil There would ments to Washington are perhaps due to That it is better to t- urirti a: J f

the interior spans and approaches giving I'i used.*" part volume of goods have been a vast accumulation of science, the average' southern congressman's fondness dead, than to K dead aa\i i*< tni"." .

it a length of 1. ;0u feet. The height but all the virtues engendered by suffer for "baked 'possum and 'tat.ers.- That fitness of then -* doe* not f

from bottom of foundation to road bet "Concerning flavored' Havana cigars ing and de\"otion-tbat is to say. by the Griffin (Ga.) Cor. Atlanta Constitution. inhaviogyour boots we-u blacked ..ht1l ff

i bridge complete will be $2 MKXX. The heard self styled connoisseurs in imported '
And for this there would le no The Ray of the e-ro. time leaving hair uatrue1
test will be Tiuvle a week hence cigars invite attention your
and to the delight- compensation. Bese-ed! be childhood for The ignorant, pleasure That ,, J AS .
: ; when the work is received the Loii i fnl perfume in a certain brand and loving happv- it ia:! the height of fill' ai ,
I villf Soz.the.n railroad will be that therein is the virtue allege the good that it dand for the good go-lucky negro of Washington has carefully the height of fashion. tt never care W .

{ 11. from Louisville to Lexington. The open;tlistaiitv (! "Let tell of the cigar. which it brings about caielessly l and unconsciously discriminating with reference to go to church or the theatre. unless it tt
there Is manufacturer
i is seventy-right i m?e This will i me you not a by simply making us love it the payment of bills as the insolventmerchant presumed tliat there will bt.such.. a

,,1 o mvo-. itate stmihtening the Lonisville I in Havana whoever did or ever' and letting itself be loved. What littleof who is making a )list of preferred -- crowd that you can only get ladifficulty. C\ ft

and Nashville; roi'lroa.l Toy the conternlnti' I will export a scented cigar. They do paradise we see still en earth is due to creditors. The grocer or butcher .-Good Housekeeping. f

i 1) I Sh,*lhrviUe n ut*>. where a cut of : place steins in a hogshead and fill it'with its presence among us. Without fatherhood who trusts him is often likely to want for

t.i't 'n miles ta be ade. The state- : water, and use the water when it be- without his
motherhood, I think that money until the ink on the account The I"oor Tn-.s.
ine'it that this: bridis higher l\v six: comes impregnated with the strength of love itself would be book becomes lout !
not enough to pale and The
prevent illegible, but the local of this
department taper
luc1a' /* than tii3} ..)nlgon the Cincinnati i the stems fortbesprinkling of the :
Anthem! men from devouring each other- professional man-the doctor or the lawyer of a cherry eveaiagt $
is not g ':rally! acceptetla t when work tree Monday t
they But
? eu r-t- -t this is doneto : men that is to say, such as human passions -always gets his money. He looks rather sailed out of it on broken braae'

----- give slightly added strength to the have made them. The angels haveno upon a doctor with a kind oL superstitious which was not equal to holding the
i t To. goods, not to perfume it. There :
p no need of birth and death aa foundations respect. The simplicity of his bined weight of local and a S3l' I
i L hit! brewery of H?f'u.iJ Lao. :u;ia.vsa l.'.:1. : essence or extract on the face of the S for their life because their life ia mind makes him an uncanny being who cherries in a tin paiL No injur.r" l !
':muti .
damaged to the extent of earth that
.JJ. ,
1 can in
excellence OJ
compare hea"enly.miers Journal. (
translated about
brings wonderful done.
Lt+l !-r fish from results by means except to the troe.-A11
the smoker's standpoint, with the by Mrs Humphrey Ward. that can be little short of supernatural I.Times (




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small quantity milk and at irregular I II I the people are face to face with hun er.i I I Bjulanger. in a speech predicts that the I FLORIDA.TIIZ

fo a periods he has continued to do so. All i The little ones are dying daily and sickness 1 trumps of the present rulers of Fiance will I .

J4Or MORE SIEZURES I told, he has drank not to exceed one is greatly on the increase. j lbe" Lortened.: Cdruot in a speech predicts -0.I -- .
i gallon of milk!: in the sixty-seven days I It is no longer a secret that the operators I that factions will Le reconciled and the I : TROPICA TRI X i >I..IXE:.

V: that have elapsed since he began to fast.Dlarrcl's :I have tl'"'ci Jsd to open their mines I forces of the: republic combined.
1a1 I : fast is the longest on record, i iI with non-union men and have already .J6H'lison.lne, TIIKJJKI. and

Ipf Revenue Cutter Richard I I so far o known. I prepared to call upon the sheriffs and I t Labor Nuta I Key; West System.Schedules .
D\ the I --- I II armed officers and The Matthews mill, at Zanesville
----- j I the governor for soldiers paper ,
Rush in Beliriiig Sea. ( oHou Worms Cause ,\lunn.i to hold their locked-out miners in O., has shut down indefinitely because of I
| LITTLE ROC1 Ark., Aug. 2,1 Great check. It is impossible to predict what dullness of tr (t". in Ii:'cct Kay _1kI l!>....U.I .

1SbbtVert | excitement exists among the cotton i the consequences in such an event will The Pennsylvania hon company, of Lan- I Trainof this line run on Central Standard -

One Had 800 and the Other j farmers of five or more counties in this I II be. Infaiiatcd br hunger the wretched I j i caster, 1't., sur.id wok 1 Monday after an I Time, and!! arrive unit t depart_from the

S5O Skins on Board. I state over the appearance, within the I miners will be in no humor to permit, i eighteen WJ =s' idiene. J. T.. & K.V.. and S. F. A \\ t mOil de
: last few days of cotton worms. They : except under the rifles of the militia, I! The strike a.r the Carr '_' furnace: has txxn I

have appeared in the botttom lands of others to take their places in the shafts. s?ttb.!, the d "):ay sh t':.r< have boon withdrawn pot.ItVesi SuI5r. IS Sl Mail.No. .

13 tit the Deport Drought; to Victoria I[ rub ki. Jefierson, Clark and two others ; and tuniaw X). t is now ia operation 'J7
dint. ucn of Sealer Which i ns far as heard from. Paris CTCOU is V.oiuau un'-aa Ad\orate.l. j with! a lull quota of nieu. The men 50 I So-14
D. C., by the Captain a TOPEEA Kan. Au/'. 23. Governor 1 00 p in... Lv.lackKln illc Ar...t> SO a m
Se'Q.lb.. I] Lei ng fl eel.\. u: ed. hack a the ot:J rate of writes. .
Was Doarded, but Whoso Shins Were I I Hutchison, Attorney General Kellogg 1 54 p in..Green Cove ;pring.-.)) !!5a ta

round-Two Other Schooners with I! :>AM TO BE REBUILT. ''Chief Justice Horton and Associate The Death Roll.i :! 40( p m.....11tkaJnnc.tipn..t i5f am
Not Hoard Searched anti Left Alone. I I! Supreme Justices Valentine and Johnston ; Profess- Elias Loom, of Yale, died at 2 4. p in......... ..Ptlatk.4 2rta m

r.ln.; on j The South Fork 1'cojilc Want n Private I have furnished for publication official j New Il. vcn Thursday.Hon. :; > p ni...... Jliiritinjrton.........l 21 a m

VICTORIA B. C-, Aug. t!-L. Capt. I Flues to Fish. statements that woman suffrage at I ll'liatn'lilnesJr., former member :; 42 p nt........ ...St-villr ...........:i Algar. of the scaler Allie Algar, just arrived PiTTSBirnr Pa., Aug. 21. --The general municipal elections in Kansas has i: of 'unJre: died at )Mimes Va .1 I :i l) p m..l)l.Lulll Juttttwn..2 00 a m

8b. here from Deep bay reports as : impression that the South :Fork : proved such a great benefit that they I CorgrcsMaan Laird, of Nebraska, died -t :;(0 j p ia..Oraii e City .hu)(....t 48 a m

ight. follows: I dam would never be rebuilt appears to advise other states to adopt it. None of I Saturday. ;"> 15pm...........-:1ufc..rd.l: 1" a m

"On July ;3j we were boarded by cut- J be erroneous, as there is strong probability these officers arc elected by women's James S. Gordon, for many years a newspaper f 5 ."7 p IlL.......1% inter Park.....I? o3 |) m

Richard Rush in chring sea, fifty that lake will be vote Judge Johnston adds that thesuffragists' :j man in Cinciurnti. died at New York. fi i;> p m..........Oilm It>..........11 40 p nT
a fishing again I
elat from St. Paul. The lieutenant I established in that claims arc fully justified by 1'er oll..l. 2"t: [i u......*....Ki i.: .inimce........10 50 It in

miles locality. cxpc!" eneo. Hon. John G. Carlisle was given a recei. 10 13: p in..........Tampn.......... -lOpra
had ,
searched us but, although we skins A member of the fishing club of that __ _______ I
I i tion in the chamber of deputies at the Mexican : 10, -15; in...Ar Port lanipa 1. (;
j l' \ oU m
ch_ aboanl found none. lie told us! thaton name says that the belief that South Fin:r! For Killing His (;n('}*> p
Er .SPRINGS, Ark. 2 3.--An- j capital Thursday.FOR Pullman Kuil'v-t Sleeping Cur: -betoccn
Im'be'u Aug.
etiae July .', he had seized the schooner Fork abandoned a-3 a club resort -.
was mistaken. The club he said, son Peurod. a 11-ycar-old boy, chargedwith I I.\l": Yoik and:Tampa, daily. I\o 27 st('l"i
of this I
Finder port. put a prize .
JOrtar: Path could not afford to lose all the it I killing his uncle, Frank Hcoggs, i |i at Ki.;>immce for SIiPll r. :Xos. 14 and :JJTonncct
her and suit her to iSitka money $3,000.
al oanl >! (' Port
I at with Plant
4J1 crew Tampn Steamihip
had invested in real estate in that: hot was found guilty by the jury. His punishment -
:- taking out S skins.lhahtolrlus t cality. V.MS nssv,w ed at a tire of ::--OO. Line for Key West and Havana. :Hhip
that ho had seized the I sail from Port
1' Tampa on Mondayami
: i
The property was worth fully 8 OO- iU
also of Victoria I TlmiMkivs! on arrival l -f train. No.
: 87
schlJ.Jw'rIinnie. Capt.Jnucv. I 000 and it the fishing resort was not reestablished :NEWS iN BRIEF. ( *
JUUx'biQ the owner aboard, with 810 skin the whole investment would connect* at Palatka Jnnrtlrii n ith the Flor

\\ lie uiso put a crew aboard her. and sent I. become almost a dead loss. The intention Cou.1Cl1sltiJI1 of lutarcHtinj: Its I n. -,a !I ida Southern Kaihv:"..

(cr_ !her t., :bitka. He also told us that he however, was not to build a dam of Various Subjects.The ORANGE t GROVE I TItAINS m-nnf.X: : 1>K.A.NJ' .11 WflflC AND

had overhauled the schooners Ariel l and the size of the one destroyed, but one Louisville, New Albany aril Chicago I I DK1.AXI
which would make: the lake much less in H. 1 I way company will make a rate of a centa
Then'se. and although he found skins Lv duHI: XI)!)] Xo?;> Xc. "
by.3eli. sS7 X xS 5.&
mile its whole
I size so that in the event of the barrier over route to veterans attending
: aboard them had let them go out of the again giving way no destruction to life the B A. R encampment at Milwaukee. ON: INDIAN! RIVER, I 1.\1'! .junctiun..7:5U1; I :.t::>p 2:45p lilOp Sati* .
without molestation. lie aid notgive lVl. uid..ll:05p} 300p
GCtfScej: bca) and property would follow. :41' 12:55j !h05aNuXS
his reason for this. I Xo move in that direction will be At Purvis indictments were returned IIN FINE THIIIFTY t'ONDITIOX. .\ -eland NoS'J NoS4- : '-- -S

-rfia Intense excitement prevaifc( in this made until after the damage suit now agaiu all the principals:: and abettors in the Junctioii.Si5a: : \(

add* citBoth srhoonera are well known I pending against the stockholders be prize t ;;ht. I THREE HUNDRED: & FIFTY TRES, Lv IeLand8:20a 1 lhl.ip'.i:!%: ..'.C.jt!t.1, 4::{IS;C1110:101.l) Ill:.IDr-.

15* here, and their catch is a very valuableone. bottled either by being paid or compromized. The first bale of new cotton raised in the Trains SS and ".I nm ,tllh', all others

Tin- :Algar had 000 skins] Avhuii !I The object is to establish a fair :Memphis: district was received in that city I Tvo Hundred in Good lloarinu. I daily except Suddav.hotith .
: sized pond, capable of holding a good II Sunday.A
boar: (ktl conflict of jurisdiction between the Florida Aicnaimtxliiiion.No. .
stock of fish. I ,
\Vill It.. MKe the Black HiI'lIl1JU.d. United States and the state of California :). Xo. i;.

R 6310fa It no\v appe.irs that on the trip downCapt. I THE CRONIN; / CASE.. 'I arisen in the case of Deputy :Marshal: : Nagle, I S .'..0 a m..Lv Jauloonvilif Ar...'> 45 p ml I

Alprar sighted first the Minnie I Ianr.giIi; Evidence .\;;;L n..t lo-man who shot and killed David 8.: Terry. WILL UUAKAXTKK; A NET INCOME I
and then thv Path Finder each with ; O'Fulliv.tn-Cuughuin Unea",.y.CniCAGO. The agony is over, Bismarck is-made the I FROM PRESENT CHOP 10]( 2:: a m ...1't lalka Junction ...4 50 p m i
I' Capital of North Dakota in the constitutionand 10 I 3"i in......,.. ..1'tlttkI..A 45;
IfdTJ aboard. Both
ouo man as a prize crew i Aug. 2.1; -The 1)oliceollicers I p
signalled their intention of not going to I the other public institutions are located OF 10 PER CENT. ON PRICE.LOCK 11 17 :i in. Huntingtun.. .4 00{ p m
into other secrets in the
r we prying as previously published. 111u a m...........Seville; ." :.J
-nca Sitka at all, but of coining on to I vineinity of the Carlson cottage. It is I Russell Harrison's: application for the ex- 1- 34 pin.. DeLand .hint-lion ...n 2. 43 p m J
lid! m I
Victoria, so that within a few hours we now said that Iceman O'Sullivan hada amination of Col. Crosby, who is suing him PJ 41* p m... Orange City June ...1 !>7 p
:IIi expect to soc them in the harbor. for $100,000 for an alleged libel, before trial nl1p.J';, : p in .
laay I horse with a white face, similar to the 1 20pm.ArSanford Lv..l ;05pm t
.5fcIK When Lieut. Tttule went aboard the ono which Merles says drew the rig was denied at New* York. Daily 'tpreen.lacksunvillenul: Palatka

,' Agar several of his sailors expressed I that took the man he identified as Dan. The California supreme court refused (' BOX 24 TITrSVILLK, daily! except Sunday south of Palatka. :-;...

TJC6ven themselves us heartily sick of their Coughlin to the Carlson cottage the I to adjourn out of respect to Terry's memo I'l.urlJA. s :3 connect at Palatka with Fla. So. Jly..3aciomiIIc i
' night of the murder. The police claimto
workA ory.At i
I Austin, Tex. two men fined $1- I and San lord Atrom-
indignation meeting will beheld have discovered that this horse was ... -
pubiis -
-- -- -- -- -- -
i 000 and coat in each of sixty-four cases: for iiioilatjon. ,
not in the barn the of tlwmurder.
by Mayor Orant. The captain has evening
m I importing skilled laborers: from Europ3 to No. : .
" l been closeted with the American consulfor I I ) X>. 7>
w. R. KNOX
Oft I '
work the .
; on new apitol. \ !50 m..Lv Jack-onville
two hours. i t'lM-XJH'Cti'll Aid. p : Ar..I 45 1 p in t
bees i II Eben S. Allen, the defaulting ex-president 5 41 nI.rcen ('
A member of the Cronin committee 'I p oyepring..I1 40 a in t
made COKE FOR LOCOMOTIVES said TuesdayVe: are now receiving of the Forty-second and Grand Street Ferry 7 2 p m... I'tlatka.Innctiun..II: ) 45 a in

Inbol- much unexpected aid. We are on the Railroad company, at New York has beenntenl."ed 7 oO p m.Palatka .........10 40 a m
: Malt: the altimuro and House & Painter
txlwrilu 'lit* by to imprisonment at hard labor for
Sign ;6; 50 ......
tracks of the other accomplices, and it p in .1Iun tim?'tun... i) f>5 a in
tiVJ' I Ohio Prove a Micoe.f.rniA would not surprise:; mo if before long fourteen years.Governor 1> l p m..........Seville. .... ... t) o7 a ill
I Pnn.AlJ Aug. 24. -The Baltimore Hovey has commuted the sentence in :)) .
in Deland Junction..
eD, Il\Ir. Longenecker would have to convene I 1 p S 4'J a ci
and Ohio limited of William Benson' the Clark county, 10 55 .
was .
express m. Orange June...
p City n 25
keel a special grand jury. :t in
Ind., murderer to imprisonment for life. TiTrSVIIjLK: FLA.
drawn from Washington to Philadelphia 11 50 P m.VrSanfordLv; 05:
> a ni
Con hlin Nervous.
; Getting It is said the extra session of congress will =,
Tuesday by an engine which used People at the jail say that Daniel be called in the middle of October.The Daily except Sunday.No. .
JOBH coke for its heating and steam generating 78 connects Palatka Junrtii'U
Coughliu is becoming nervous to a painful people Warren county, Ga., have with
The train makes the Southern
purposes. run He has lost and he Railway.
degree. flesh organized themselves to get rid of the Mor-
to Philadelphia in three hours. From does not sleep, they say. It is said that mons. Will Estimate or Contract for Painting Sun lord and Lithe KuliKailuii).

Baltimore to Philadelphia the time is just he dreads the approach of the trial, and Detroit policemen discovered an opiumden anywhere on Indian River. J.F\v..: AKK1VK

two hours and five minutes. The distance wants it put oil His attorney, it is capturing eleven Chinamen and one No. US: No. HI N,,. 110 No 112
is about miles. Therewas
reel ninety-two in the thought, is trying to get. at the state white woman. Can do all kinds of draining, citherin ;5:10 p m 4:30: a m..Sanford.>:'(fI.. 8:45; pm

apt a was great just deal one of minute interest past 9 o'clock trip.It witnesses in the case.ARRESTED I'I Elizabeth Wrna, a domestic, and Andrew 'I Oil or 1V ater-Colors. representing Oak, 5i7 p m ,li\! m... Paola..7:51)] a N:J put
oJo. Olsen, her lover, were found dead locked in :>::)0 ],' m 5:57 a m.Sorrento..7:31: ; .1(1
a :
when the to ahead AS SPIES. pm
signal was given go Ash. Walnut :
each other's Cherry, or Mahogany
arms in the girl's room in I:04; J:17
tecJ I p m a 1JI.)1t nura.i:22 a 7:20 pm
and the train moved out one minute I
:>1 late. The steam indicated 14.1: Two Americans Refused Admission Into Fresno, Cal. Poison. I till) <> p in ';:30 a ru.Tavtfl"'i..iIO a 7:<-K() pm
gauge AlsaceLorraine.INDIANAPOLIS I There is much destitution in West Vir- & Hard-Oil Daily 1I11t1:1Xu.. 11.:
& pounds of steam to the square inch. Wood-Filling Finishing. except c"nr.l'cbIt
ttoto ginia among the victims of the recent flood. Sanford with Vest India Fast Mail. No.
/ The first stop was at Newark, one min- Aug. 21.-E. G. Hill The
coke regions of West Virginia will be
ute ahead of time. The next was at widely known among florists, and presi- 110 Sanford with Jacksonvilleand
opened through the Baltimore and Ohio and
''d Wilmington, and the train was on time. dent of the National Floral association, Camden systems PAPER HANGING Sanford accommodation! for joint
During this time the steam gauge varied has just returned to Richmond, Ind., Kentucky senate stands: Democrats, 31
011 his home from a trip to Europe, Republicans, 7. House: Democrats. S.>; Re-
higher. The distance from Wilmingtonto reports that while en route from Belfortto publicans, M 1mining: : 27 No., 7a

eqfig Chester almost fourteen miles was Basel, in company with Robert A Greensburg, Pa., special say: A fatal 1 00 p. m..Lv. ..Jackscu'iIIer..I 45 p mJ .

covered in fifteen minutes. Here the George, of Paiaesville" 0., the train disease has broken out among cattle in several AND : 40 p m..Palatka .Junction. 45 put

strain began to tell, and before Philadelphia was stopped at the neutral line between localities in this county, and they are ;! 48 p in.Palatka.10 40 p m

was reached the steam pressure France and Alsace-Lorraine, and he and dying at an alarming extent. It is known S STKISTGII: 0IRK: :3 2l- m..Sc\.illc........... 1 J 37 p m
.n4 had fallen to 130, but this was enough his companion were arrested as spies. among veterinary surgeons: as splenic or 4 20 p in...DeLand Junction... S 10( p III

> to roll the train into the depot at Philadelphia They and their baggage were searched, Texas fever. 4 57 p m.......Enterprise.-. S 04 p ini
;iohe three minutes ahead of: time. their passports disregarded, and they Great destitution in Weet Virginia in the ANTIQUE i\ 50 p m..Ar Titusville Lv... Ii 00 a III
Bituminous coal has always been used were not allowed to cross the line. flooded region. Daily except Sunday. Steamers leave'Ti-

111SD" on the road, but it causes many cinders Mr. Hill says the German officers Crimea and Ctuultie. G-1a.ss S1ain.in.g: tu ville daily,except Sundae, for all point-
to fiy into tasseners':; eyes. Anthracite were obstinate and brutal in their treat- to Indian Riveras far south as Mt4l>ourneat
A storm Pueblo Col.The .
was tried but dian't give perfect 6atis- of him but the French heavy passed over! For Churches Dwellings
ment were considerate loss will reach between $75,000:' to Decorating (COOt %II. Steamers leave Melbourne
faction. boxes made sbal- "
The fire '
were and cried "Vive 1 Amerique, $100,000. and all Public IJuildinirt -,. Ittncla'sr't1neolaoi and Fridays at ;:()t)
lower. A coke fire has to be pretty shal- when told the native laud of the travelers. Herbert N. for a ia for all points -outh as far as Jupiter
rt'i low habit, and caused when firemen the use got of bituminous over that They were denied the privilegeof Soley, Gay & Door bankers, bookkeeper end brokers of iecial attention to all in-il i .* Fini-h- I connecting then with stage for Juno and all
by their
journey, although
continuing landings Lake ,rurth.I .
Boston, Mass, was arrested in Newtouville, on
in the fire
eIi coal of piling the coke high there was nothing whatever to supportthe i ing.
on the charge of having embezzled $5,000 I Halifax Itiver Kxpres
i a t box, it began to work first rate, with no suspicion against them, and theywel'e
smoke, no cinders and a hot fire, which compelled to hire a French peas- from the firm. Very Respectfully, 'I No. 27 No. 75
only needed to bo kept up by close ant to take them back to Belfort Their Near Louisville, Ky., Adam Bentel shot 100 p m..Lv ..Jtckson"ilIl.r..l' 45 pm

Sfi watching. The weight of coke used in treatment will be reported to the state his wife and then fatally wounded himself. 15 W. R. KNOX. 2 -12 P Ii'.:Vr Palatka Lv.....10 40 p m

the trip was about the same as would berequired department Four men and a girl were kilkd and several ..---- -..------ ---- --- ;3; 00 p m.Lv Palatka Ar.'i5: p m
J t of bituminous coal though them men wounded in the race trouble at (ti i 00 p in.........Ormond......... ft 25j' iu
e is much greater in bulk. A BIG DITCH. Richmond Tex., on the 16th inst. Xotice of the Foriiuitioii off lie t 5 2o p m.Ar Daytona I.,...... 0 00 a in
I Near Jackson, Tenn., George Brewitt Titu.tville <'('Iuett'Olll- ..
7r I Ogden Utah, Guet to the Mountain of shot and killed his wife Daily e: THE HOUR-EIGHT MOVEMENT dangerously additional
'. For: times at stations not named
Idaho for Water. wounded his mother-in-law and then killed
2f. En.luh..t| at the International Labor Con- CITY 21.A irrigation himself. be above, and for general information, applyat '
KANSAS Aug. great The name of this corporationhall city ticket olHce.
greM in PJtria.NEW scheme is that which the Bear Breaking of a brake beam caused the "The TitUsville Cemetery Company." Its Tic"'kets
sale l'itTicktt Office St .
YOKE, Aug. 21-Hugh Mc Lake and River Canal companyof Ogden, wreck of a Burlington and Missouri train at principal office -hall be at Titn ville, and on at )
!95 West Ray street and at Union dei ot.
Grc of the American
or, assistant secretary Lincoln, Neb. Eight were injured. the beautifying
R. Bothwell persons its general buimxs> laying out -
Utah is carrying out. J. J. .\. J LAUNKKI, t i. D. ACKEULY,
of Labor has returned Near Chenoa 01. Peter Veroeller
Federation wa torn Juts
and belling cemetery at a placeto
in the
of the was Pa .
.a president company tjupt. :
from labor to pieces by the machinery of a threshing
the international and convenient
congress city Sunday, and the contract for building be hereafter purchased D. F. JACK, Genera Manager.
r held in Paris last mouth to which he was the canal was let to William M. machine. to Titusville. The amount of capital stock
:s i a delegate. He reports that the labor Garland of this city. Fire destroyed a tenement house at New authorized shall he four thousand dollarto THE

congress was composed of two factionsthe The canal is to cost $t 000,000, and York. Nine persona lost their lives aud be paid up in full and used for the pur-

t 1jlancists and Carl Marxists and the will be 150 miles lo g, ten feet deep and others were badly injured.For cha>e and improvement ..!* cemetery prop-
"PossiblistThe former mild several years there has been domiciledat shall date its cci.- NEW DRUG STORE
were forty feet wide. Its source will be Bear ertv. The corporation !
F radicals. the latter extreme radicals be- lake: in Idaho territory. which is thirty the Monterey, CaL, hospital an Indiankno"'u tencefrom the time ot filing its articles of I
by the of "Old Gabriel. As
lieving it necessary to use any means to miles long and seven wide. The canal name a.v-ociation and bylawwith the Secretary
to the exact year of his birth proof is absent, i Ha hand Fine of
There 200 on a Assortment
tt accomplish aa object. were will through Montana for two milesof of State and complying with the provisionsof
but of the fact that he has passed the wonderful
. delegates to the Blancists congress and the route. The capacity of the canal t the law gn'ernin.the organization of

00 to the "Possiblists" congress. Both will be 17,500 gallons a second. In its I Frank age Sorenson of 150 yean was! there fatally is a injured certainty.at corporations, and hall! continue for the period FRESH DRUGS.

factions endorsed the eight-hour movement course it will irrigate 500.000 acres. of twenty years
f.if Nanticoke, Pa., by a trap which be had arranged
: The accomplishment of this Besides this the canal will supply the I The business of the company shall! be '
If' purpose was the main object of the water works for Ogden and all the I to kill thieves. conducted by a president, vice-pre-ident, Alpo, SPECIFIC REMEDIES. (il .\I\S-

: American Federation of Labor. Every smaller towns in its course from Bear Foreign. secretary and treasurer, who shall constitute I TEED TO CORE the Di.-ea-e> for which

consideration was shown the American \i lake. Work is to begin in about tenI I Twenty-five thousand laborers at the EaaJ the board of directors, and shall for they are Recommended.IF. .
f'.t. delegates and they were dined and entertained I I days and must be completed April 1. and West India and South London doo&have the first year be the undersigned incorpor- .. AKTKIl VSIM ANY OF Tlnl'

at all times. The French Bear lake is fed largely by the snow and struck for an additional penny an ators in the order named. They shall lie. ARK NOTATIFIK1> WITH THE JF rLTJ

. workmen are patiently awaiting the spriqgs of the mountains The supplyof hour. The average pay is fire pence an elected for each sub-equent year upon the I YOUl: MOXKY WILT. 15E CIIJT.KKfl.I.Y REFUNDED.

outcome of the American eight-hour water is inexhaustible. I hour or ten cents and for extra hazardous first Monday in July, and hall hold office .
) movement before beginning one of their ; work six pence. until their succesurare elected and I We have no cureall.but a different -
01rD. NORTHERN ILL'NOIS MINERSFace It is now positively asserted that Emperor I Remedy for Each Class of ni- a.I .e--

t I William will not. go to Spain. qualify.The .I I for Atiretions of the Liver, Liiugs, Heart
Died. With amount of indebtedne or
Pa tf> i The first Mohammedan mosque ever built and Kidneys ; for FemaeComiilaints! ; andnlM
1'; Aug. 21.-Robert Marvel i to Retume. : in England bag jtut been completed in London liability to which the company can at anytime I > Ointments for Eczema, Ringworm,
after a fast lasting sixty-seven days j CHICAGO, Aug. 21.-The Globe says: : subject itself shall not exceed:: fiueI Tetter and other Di-eases of the Skin.

i died yesterday morning at 7 o'clock, | The: suffering starvation, sickness and The British museum has purchased the I half the capital stock. Give them a trial and you will not LeclisaJpoilltcd.

aged 80 years. Mr. Marvel ate his last :i death among the miners' families in prayer book of the late \fog Ludwig!, of President" DWIGHT W. TirrrLK, .

square! meal on June 13. For thirty-six northern Illinois is greater to-day than Bavaria, paying therefor the sum of $8,544. Vice-President. ISAAC E. UKOWN.
his I GEO. M. ROIIBIX.- J. B. SCREVEN Druggist
dafr into ,
ho took nothing Secretary, ,
i t at any time in the past. The large sup An explosion occurred in the Chall col I
I Treasurer GUAHAM
r. stomach. On the thirty-eighth day he I sent through the Chicago relief liery at Hanley, Monday, by which three WALTEP.S. ,
bit it.On 15. ,
not eat
oft"n did
of but
piece pie, t II committee have been exhausted, and man were killed.
the thirtv.nmtU day. he drank a



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I f WET ASD DR }'. The Liquor Question. Tlie Orange Growers of India
\! Our citizens will soon be called upon Micco. Aug. 16, 1559. ; YEAR IN THE PENJohn River and the Florida Or.
t THURSDAY.ELLIS : all;a croiver I'uloii.
PUBLISHED EVERY 1 whether the aIe of 1iquor
i to decide as to i i i Edit& Flori'l-3. ftir :

r B. WAGER! Editor and Pnblisher.! I shall be legalized or prohibited in Bre-. i Ilm surprised to find that the ror.- CITY POINT An.:. _-... ,'..

I' card county during the ensuing term of I j munication I seat you in reference to ; L. Sullivan Knocked Out by i i E-litor Florida Fin:

+ r $1.o p Annum.). two years. At the la>election on this. i, the vote to be taken in this county on a Mississippi Jury. \! Shall we join by local a..oxiatit,:.

Entut.d at the Pot Office at Ti'usrilTHE # 1'- : subject the majority in favor of a dry the sale of liquors, as to licence or no i a- !i' thus aid' in the work of uDi.)nstrength' -a.l.
i mainly b,:- to-care benefit: in th
i countWl. overwhelming cen-e. should bear date of July 10h. of tl1lS
Sr.lr.tl-Cl Jf.ltr. : Which Finds Him Guilty < i
who had little: feeling either : Coi and marketing of our fruits which
\ cause many nearly a month before the County :!- in

f STAR ii the OFFICIAL new?Ialtir; 1! way were curious to try the experiment : missioners:: had voted on the -ubmittir Prize-Fighting. past we have been powcriesalthough :., ,iemaa.l_

for IJrevard ())untY'. !; and see how prohibition worked. During I I i it to a vole of the people. ', a busine, :izht-4Jr- -hai we
: The Verdict a urpri the months the initiation of the \ continue to throw them in the
i following In an editorial on the question, you intimate Men '.1Qt fIid
and GenerallyRefereeFitzpatrick
The Star ha the Largest circulation of J JA Fla. i i prohibition period and until quite recently that I introduced politic: I certainly 'porting I'leadi Guilty aud It lined ?! way a... if in arch of an hone;: ::::1:11:
the East coast
r of any paper on I of our best citizens expIesd of the! a market? Never *va- a baine.- ;,_
f many not, being fully aware $20O-Kilraru Xoupul and Shaking i -J-t.......

5 QtO.U:El- one inch in -pacf; :24 squ 3.-fS I their re-grot at ha'ing'otftl for the up-, I fact that there are on both sides the great In Hi* IJoot 1 pre-ented to men -) deeply ir.tere*: ,.

t make ii column. ; prcion of the sale of liquor. principally i political parries many staunch temperance : Pur.vis. Hiss.. Aug. 21.-John ]L ofo much concern or more importi;
of tte Editor 3 3alwaysenclosing : because it that the business. It is not a question of wirliUMw ,
For' rhiuz ra-s enquire was plain men and friendof prohibition: Sullivan has been sentenced to one :J.l! ,| 'J;:

f +- a two cent stamp. :I wa.- not -uppres.ed. and but slightly lim- !; and in a local l contest on the temperance year's imprisonment in the i> enitentiar business from coinrni ion me:. ; ;rxi

Now is: the time of our di5COntent. I itd.riIe others who had been advocates -i!| que-tion. such should nut be allowed to : The jury Friday night found John L. i some, at least, have said that :ht\ \Y.JfL'1

1 made more endurable by tbeabence. for : of prohibition or at lea-t desire to :I enter. I cannot agree with you that the : Sullivan guilty of prize fighting. The I prefer the auction plan *n ;irbility rh

-t a time, of the mosquito. In fact our ,:i see it tested after mature deliberation I| religionshould: nut be introduced l in this verdict was a surprise to the big fellov of cor.- ;nment. Admitting tia:.

musical foe has seldom been present at i felt that the aloonhad some effect, !' matter : but of thi- more again. but he took the matter cooly. He expected : -I aa cla.v- they are -tni'ght! men., :

?, any time during the present year in j i 1 more or lein attracting business: to Ti- 1! Ato letting: the pa-t: bury i: .e 1f. why; to be cleared, and had made hi: ;, all in their power to return u= the fa:: j

number "ut cient to cause serious :m- I tu-ville, and openly expres.-ed their in- I every day are we not reminded of he< i: arrangements: : to leave for home before value of our product* tbeare z* -a:.

noyance. Wet weather ha.- made them j tentiun of voting wet at the next e1ec- I; past ? I- not the precedent* of the past the jury came in i tered at the other end a- consignee-* t!

tla rather lively yesterday and to-day. I tioa. During the past few weeks theuation -itI I imprinted on the memory by the God o f iI i made A notion Sullivan's in arrest of counsel judgement bat: was the i are at thi- shipj-ers.. and cocsrfu ::;

has change to a marked degree, I the univer-e. warning or encouragei i by : ; and very naturally ha\"et.. little ?W),,r.
r I court postponed hearing the argument t
e MK.,. MAYBRICK will not hang. md and a number of our representative men ment as the care: may be. for the guidance until Saturday morning. It i; said o that i over the intervening tln-p ruti',1

from all accounts her imprisonment fur j who} were inclined to be wet have taken I of tho-ewhoare in a position to further lone: of the jury were for acquittal we have; therefore it would be y,3

life will be but a short term a.- the I i i: all l back and returned to their )first I the .vell-being of their fellow meu '; : Referee Fitzpatrick pleaded guilty; : and foolish! to expect the relief try tj

: poor wretch is utterly broken down In lo\e. In the light of recent events and As to helping my vain, ayou :-r. !: and was fined :200. j.from them. They need relief as well a.

c the meantime, the individual who i- al- the present vltrv dry character of Titu I pointedly put i it thus making i ersunal] !! According to Mississippi laws Salli : our.elvefor our complaints fs ism,.

l leged to be responsible for the rash act : yule they have confidence that, in future, J' matter, I have no fear of the result. hi ran can be leased by the state to a private i heavily upon them.

of the dying woman i is on his way homeward !,1 prohibition trill prohibit and will vote this cause not the: cause of all. and will 1 I II individual who must pay the state $!!9) !i The Florida Orange: :
1 bound on one of the palace steamer :'.I accordingly l claiming that they have I not all! for weal or woe, participate: in I per week for his services Sully will : to con- 1idae oar fruit ID tit-

of the Cunard Line. There is no barrier never wavered in their advocacy of *:j te e I the final winding up ? I doubtless! have no difficulty in finding ; large cities, and thus create a wjfcrforit

f r to prevent him taking an equally tire' prohibition, but were disgusted with E. J. NEsDITT.With i i some one who wants his "services. O' -a thing we have never had. They p >.

in other dramas of a im- the results hitherto obtained in enforcing j jon Motion for New TriaLA
prominent part ; poor [ reference to date it wa-an error j a ; pose; to concentrate it under a ?jsten

a' ilar kind during his future career. the law. There i= no doubt thata the part of the! comPositor, which was notion for a new trial was entered which has been well tried for all the benrfits -

large majority of the citizens of WE notice that one of the most reliable county favor the principles of prohibition if it be overruled an appeal will betaken
railway guides in the i issue of ISS9 Et-Irol.j I : to the court of the state i Belong to uThey further propose vonolidate ,
t and the general current of opinion. ____ __-- if I the line which
gives the population of Titusville as one 35 far as we have been able to learn. i= H1aiI's Blal'O. f i which will be determined ut the October II" : over our fry:
; to obtain lowest i
pa.:0" :: 111
hundred The individual upon whom that Brevard will continue in the list of I tern. t i
;t.t the information Tfi tlct Editor <>f fj.: plijri'l'i!>i. : : ti i! quickest[ : time by contract. In the pst
devolved the task of compiling Kilrain Worriei.BALTIMORE .
dry counties. The will be
: majority I
in regard to this portion of greatly; reduced at the coming election, SIR-I fail to see what object i is attdn-I Aug. 21.-When: Jake Kil- very: line has been for itself and DOGC

Uncle Sam's domain ha., evidently not ed by the publication in your paper of aportion I min heard the result of the trial of JohnL. specially for uWe of the Florida Orange -
and it i is possible: that with a vigorous
II : I *
I of Senator Blair.how Sullivan he was surprised and Grower Union (and I an so clad!
been on the ground for *eyeral yea ::: campaign by the anti-prohibitionist5: :nold > a speech by I wor- '

This figure would have beeu quite accu-I apathy on the part of their adver-ari: ,, is national prohibition to be carried I ied. Sporting men generally expected we can begin to sac we), propo-e to patel

rate in 1S56, but we have received .ev- if State prohibition be not first secured ? an acquittal or a disagreement of the l 1ine:5: in which we are interested aad it
general opinion may be at fault. Weot do i'
eral new settlers since that time. While Ae know that the doctrine of Suiteovereignty jury. which we hay a say so, which coanaad,
at this writing. regard the result asa
we have never had an official census of foregone conclusion. was buried at Appomattox REGULATORS IN SOUTH CAROLINA. for us respect. In the past we have b i

confident our population Does Senator Blair tag many shippers. too many consigsefcv
the town, we are twenty years ago. \ Guilty Couple Roughly Handled iu
tti will not fall below even hundred think that the doctrine of State rights I Marion County. too many transportation routes, too caatfsffonibilities.
PROTECTS.Numerous :
and fifty, and it may be considerably was interred there at the same time'? COLt 1BIA. S, C.. Aug. 21.-On r amounting to none and

more than that figure. This estimate! i is heavy failures are reportedfrom Perhaps your Indian River friend Wednesday night White Caps visited too many system amounting to poet

based on the list of registered voters:, the great commercial and industrial thinks that Senator Blair's name will the residence of Laura Surles a disreputable "ITe propo-e: to consolidate them all iz'A i

hundred centerparticularly in the woolen andiron ; with of Brevardin white woman Marion coun- a' say H '" for ourselves. We tired of
which at the last election was one carry weight the people tyo As they approached the house they ) are

seventy-eight.. As a general trades while labor troubles! are of general ? I don't think so. Rant has saw a white nan run oat and make forthe receiving accounts of sale and charge

-. rule the population of any given town -oO frequent occurrence that each new i report weight only with the ignorant and prejudiced woods. He was recognized as J.w with a helpless, demoralizing sort of feEIins -

t i j usually four or five times a; great as i* looked upon a- a "chestnut," and and Senator Blair's] speech as r. Lewis a married man. The WhiteCaps which dstroour manhood and pelf

its list of citizen: entitled to a ballot. If their constant appearance is i mono ouou quoted i- mere rant. If he. and prohibitionists took Laura out put a bag over herhead. tspect. People! all over the cuualrr

i in Out in Indiana-a State rich beyond had confined themselves tied her to a tree and gave herthirtynine lines and
of Titusville
the population as given generally, lashes the transportation consigners WB-
the guide referred to, is a criterion of the the average in agricultural and mineral to an attack on the saloons alone. While this was going across on Lewis came upand sumer,, call u_ stupid, and point to oe:

accuracy of the great rums of information sources -notwithstanding the benign many thoughtful men would have joined demanded to know what they. were lack of organization and the scattered

i contained in the book in regard 1 to influence of a protective tariff, six thousand riem. But when they attempt to prohibit doing. haphazard, self-conflicting and self-csar-

trains distances etc. the misguided coal miners are on the brink of stiiition. all of alcohol medicine He had no sooner spoken than thebag in which fruitand
departing use except a: a thrown his uead. peting way we market our
rl l traveler who relies on its guidance and all! hope of a termination of and to force their views down our first was given a sound over thrashing He then was arope we admit it. We think the or-

is i in need of our prayers.TILE their sufferings ha been dispelled by the] throatri (t 'arml, every was fastened around his neck theother rier are stupid because their suteartfcow.
refusal of their listen I indepenclt."J1t-t end thrown over a tree and he
44.4t employer.-to to any was:
minded will be inclined best
man strung After at : but little earning: from
expended in holding up. allowing him to noilaboutltwo
aspi This condition
: money mipromise. of affairs I would remind your friend that abler!< minutes. until liis struggle---0 country all their own and liniitkrf t3
cial !e ion of the Legislature: for the cannot fail to cause the unprejudiced had almost ceased, the White
men than Senator Blair have been moderate Cap natural resources' High rate overcharge '
purpose of creating a State Hoard of thinker to question the wisdom of a poI- yielded to the pleadings of the won:
drinkers. According to the Vote!. and lowered :. low transit, dead hopes and rot.ten -
Health was a wise! expenditure. The men icy which cannot insure a better return him to the ground.He .
Secretary Blaine is a moderate drinke was more dead than alive produce dwarf
and iwas are just as. sure to pn-
who were active in the legislationhic for capital and labor than failure
anirvation. &,. I think, were all our presidents, ex- with much difficulty that he was re duction a.- that these conditions ejit It
resulted in giving us the machinery we The i illtrade suscitated. the White Caps
existingdepression to
_ 3' cept. perhaps. B. Hayes, to whom the the i is the future which gives confidence!
i now losses: performed -ervice for thepeople and industrial circles might be understood secure services of a physician for the
w prohibitionists are heartily welcome. After credit whether it be r3ilroed.and .
: of which purpose. exacting a solemn a man or .1
: they represent they may if this of
were a year Jefferson has left us a record of his wine promisee from the couple that they would hope assured will reach the ricltr.t
1fEr : well be The excellent result obtained
proud. but with the pre-- dispatches filled every both leave the countwith l twenty"
bills Lincoln took drinkof
a four-finger
hours possibilities of development.!
I' and the admirable manner in morning with glowing of 'Tegulators"! r"'e1. On tin
which theunitary condition ot the Stat cedentedt condition report is unpr< whiskey immediately after his! inaii;- following day: Lewis and Laura gathered Foreign growers can speak, even 00..:.
not easily uration, and when oifered water to dilute up their personal: effects and crossed in the singular number of raari-
has been managed ha been far more effective plained. There is a lesson to be learn((} over the state line into North Carolina.. orange
f than they could have anticipated and it behooves each citizen to work outthe : it. explained that "they always' took their Lewis' wife and family having discarded I et s in which they received oOcts. njorertf
liquor straight out west.: The Rev. Dr. him. box for
more fruit and of
r We inferiorqBilitJ
r l have proven to the country at large problem to his own satisfaction while

( beyond a doubt, the possibility; of rid- politic, are at a low ebb. In short time Hall, the well-known Presbyterian mini I "Ke;:ulator la Trouble. than Florida grower received for a It=*
ister.i of Sew York tells us, in the Net NEW Onrz..\ s. Aug. 21. The quanti t\"o Ail Florida
ding State of Yellow Jack and mr the fire- of a heated will beliamted growers aDS3TllWbo
campaign Picayune's
York ISI\IJ T. that when he first came to' special from Opelousassays 1st in i .y.
either that
!L ability to ktep it permanently exiledand again and a little quiet thinking : Sheriff Fontenel has returned ) inourmanyN.market

j.t j. t these fact-, when known throughout:: ju-t now may put many a gins I manrighto this country he always had wine on the I I I from Centes Croche with ten prisoners *" each commission! man has oer-

our sifter State, nu-t soon result. in Fair: During the excitement of table, and could not ee any harm in it. ,I charged with the shooting: of Mr. and 1 he gives u* so mancluuces to dra
I though he stopped it in deference to the Dup 'chein by 'Regulators. The
Florida Upcoming once more the favorite 1 debate, when the stump :pecker i i5abroad i prisoner? were identified by the colored fifty cent.- less i>er box fur our sFerrerfruit

I Mecca for the invalid and tourist and iv in the land making night hideout prejudice of some of his people.! Am woman whom they attempted to "regu than our far- tf competitors get at
4.I the ReD.. McKee a member of the late* One of them badlv
magnetic as ever in attracting the better with his harranueimportant facts are Mr. was wounded luction. Mark you/// it1eriur1rtritVtrirtly
by Duplichein in the melee.
I clams of settlers* from all parts of the coun- forgotten and the dazzling pictures ofprosperity Church Temperance Society of the Diocese on i"fc merit, and bringing only i iumeritec.l

try. "So mote it be;'' and !K it will IK to be acquired beneath thebanner < of Sew York, admitted, in a sj eeci, i lain by an Injured nusba,,I. value, each one of these Httle

for a decade at least, or until a series of of protection blinds the memory before the Baltimore Church C n\'entionol, I was ATLANTA.committed: Ga., Aug. 23.A murder independent market; are governed by it*
in 1S.51. that "moderation i* the gospelplan. : near Athens Monday own independent rule troD-
of obliterates I-it
uninterrupted prosperity
years and bewilders the reason so that the broken night Bill McWhorter was at church: crag .
.' These are all than and after der our interests in them confictVould !
from the scenes of terrorin greater names church was
memory promises of the earning anothermm's
Jack-onville and elsewhere la-t summer past are entirely forgotten. Blair'*. and greater till might be quoted wife home in his \>ugv. Previous \ it not be stranger if they did T&
capitalist who stands to this he had carried this conflict to prevent upbringing the flier
if man'swife
and we forget that '4cleanline- i is rained man to-day and the miner whO'ediet _necessary! to Macon on an excursion. Whileon lied I value falling below the foreignDoes frail-

next to godliness.." i bread and water will be expected} Let me add that if your Indian River the way home Monday night Charley any one want a proof of this Rhea
tt r friend was born before the war of weli- and Henry Lester, one of Thom was the the experience of so many recall ts.uP
'Hrlmetut," a LuUb and trag rtst t-fSUfUf', to walk up and deposit his vote in 5UPport to-do woman's !husband appeared in the road. mentg made the date to di&rtC
and same
.5 parents, anywhere out ( l Le
Price and >
.O cent.Sold .
by X One of
trcy.Titumlle of that them
system which claims to threw a rock : thesame
I KaSbiloV protest Xew England stateI would venture McWhorter commission men of the same fruit is
r a and insure his bappines .Each citizen the assertion that his mother waa mod The and knocked him out of the buggy. locality which sold for dicenteryday
Can will immediately relieve Croup. then cut his throat from dbuyers
f. Whooping Couch and Uroncbiti S.13: by Dscksoa when the time comes, must decide erate drinker, too. to ear. The men then themselves ear vices. Sharp, er experience..
& Grey. Tln: nlle, Fla. Certainly the ben and fairest gave go from place to place for s lw
the question for him-elf, but if the les-l women up, saying the killing of :McWhorter
of Maryland and Virginia, in those ante- was justifiableoI ;gain in this same perishable fruit, ijntf"
For Dyspepsia: and Liver Complaint hate son taught by the present era of tlouri h-
printed guarantee en bottle of shiloh'5 yon Vi-a heliumay[ saw no evil in a glass of ing merit at the hands of the consigned i
talizer. It never fail to cure. Sold by lhcion & ing true and decaying; of individual enterprises he: more potent egg-nog. Neither do 1.I I Railroad War With Canada. eager to sell at some price. Now, fe o-

Grey. TitniTille Fla.Shiloh'a and consequent suffering of theses Yours, WASHINGTON, Aug. 22.-A very bitter growers, let us put two things totth n
USE NOT ABU.-E war is going on between the United The Fruit Exchange tells us that wig
ma> in the face of heacrop5 is i forgotten. ,
----ii Catarrh -m..1y-a< poeitive care for Ca I States and: Canadian railroads over the the small amount of fruit daily on hd
tarrli. Diptberia.. and Canker :Month. Sold ly Dick we cannot refrain from exclaiming transportation of merchandise they could &
son & Gre,. Titcsvill, Fla. The not command the respect .
with PUCK, "What fools! these mortals A Safe Investment. railways and steamships controlled by the large buyers They said your fruIt 15

v .) \Th1wm you cough when Shiloh'e Cure will give. be." Is one which is guaranteed to blinr the Canadians are at present offering better than the foreign fruit, and as IUd
immediate relief? Price 10 eta SOct and $;1. Sold the most advantageous rate to t
by Dicksoa .t( rey, Tttnsville, Fla. you satisfactory results, or in case of of merchandise shippers we had rather have it, but I cannot ft
: '" failure a reurn of purchase price. On west and lake the north what I want from what you have oa slier:
: f Are yon made miserable by indigestion, Ccn ti- Buckleir Arnica Salve. this safe plan you can buy from our advertised they are getting regions.the Consequently and to make it up from commission znwould
iITr pation, DirlnfR. LOP of Appetite. Yellow Skin'ShUoh' Druggist a bottle of Dr. King's the business. greater portion of take me several days, so scatters
s Vitalizer i.a positive Cure. Sold by Dick TilE BEST SALVE in the world for Cut Sew Discovery for Consumption. It is it
eon &Grey, Titasrille, Fla. Bruises. Sores. Ulcers Salt is over city over twentFmilesqth'I -
; I: .- Sores. Tetter. Fever guaranteed to bring relief in every case. steer Cak Explodes. 011 must concentrate it and then I &*

; The BeT. Go. H. Thayer of Bourbon. Ind aya: blains. Corns, and Chapped all Skin Hands Eruptions.positively : Chil-. when used for any affection of Throat. LOCISTILLE, Ky., Aug. 21.-By an explosion buy it; but for the present I .mast poj
,r 'Tlotli myself and wife owe our live to ShilohV Lungs or Chest such as Consumption. of a large cask through inferior: ttf*
Consumption Cure" Sold by Dickson fc Grey. Ti- and cures Piles or no pay required. nflaraation of Lungs Bronchitis. Asth- beer is passed in course of which foreign! fruit. At the same: ";
tturiUe.FlA. .. It IS guaranteed to give perfect fermentation, commission men, in answer to cotoplabout !
o ma. Whooping; Congn. Croup, etc.. etc. Stephen .Ketler. an employe at toomuch .. .
low not
satisfaction, or the returns said have
refunded. we
money Price It Is pleasant and ,
agreeable to Schaefer
Nual Injector free taste perfectly a Mayer
with each bottle of Snilob' brewery here, mud
\ C&t.an'hnemedr. Price 53 cent Sold by Di kwon 25 cents per box. For sale by Dixon & safe. and Trial) bottles free at injuries from which he will received fruit on hand but there! too
*Grey,TjtusTiiJe. FU Grey. 10-19. Dixon> & Gray's Drag store. 19- die Ketler was caught between probably I outside and they have broten the > h tc
> c I aeks and his chest crashed two ket This came from men who were big "



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in- favor with growers here and these i EDWARD STILING. .
show that when
put together concentrated -
Or.OCj.. things 19
and listed our fruit will sell Wants STILI GTAYLOB..9

' upon its merits, and, being superior to I I

fruit, will bring a better price. !'i Cocoa
foreign Indian River
Now, the sensible thing to do is to go in I j .

I with the Orange Growers' Union, and I j WAiN DEALERS: IN

swap a hope for the certainty: of obtain I JI S. & CON

beter prices at the other end-better 1 '
II ing transit which means lower rates and less !i iralflge I
d... Hardware Stoves
Ute besides being able to buy our i i| FORWARDING Crockery Tinware

and nails at of
e boxes, wraps a saving I I ,
about one-third of what we have formerly -

r4f paid for them. J i AND AGATE-WARE.

Mr Editor, this is not written in the AND COMMISSIONMERCHANTS I

fI111rt hope of convincing anyone, but for the Oils, Glass and Puffy, c

sake of discussion, and I hope some man POCKET CUTLERY

fox will be bold enough to show up the other [ Plumbers' and Mill -- ,

side. The friends of the Florida Orange BARBED WIRE

d Growers Union and Fruit Exchange Supplies, d+ ,
: think we stand on debatable ground ; butif j'Doors WIRE NETTING

there are those who think there arc TITUSVILLE FLORIDA Sash Blinds ,
oitr in the old methods -
greater advantages ,
fen and WIRE CLOTH
i .
surely in all these years they have learned -:0-- ,

some good reasons for doing H>, and so
let us have them. Respectfully, I ,


lycrd .HerIt Win
U'c desire to say to our citizen*, that
for years we have been selling Dr. King's You to he sure to Come and See Us Ship Ch
:B:1d1ery: G-c
1 ill New Discovery for Consumption, Dr. When you come to town. 9
King's New Life Pills. Bucklen's Arnica
in&OII Salve and Electric Bitters, and have WE WANTTo ..Agents AIu\DASTI, the perlllanent coating for walls and ceilings ; For Chattanooga P Co- '
and .
never handled remedies that sell as well pan r' l'lowf' 'ane hulls ; Planet ,J l'. flUB} tuolf'
or that have given such universal satis- Talk to You.
faction. We do not hesitate to guaranteethem Gauze Doors Cook Stoves and Ilanges; Gasolene: Stoves, Collins and Caskets. -
every time, and we stand ready to WE WANT
refund the purchase price, if satisfactory To Work Witli You. ARTESIAN WELL PIPE A SPECI.L LITY.
results do not follow their use. These
''lDem- remedies have won their great popularity WE WANT Catalogues, sample cards and size lists :sent free upon aPl nlication. Correspondence solicited and
cst 1uates
purely on their merits. Dixon & Proln1)tlv.

en. lirey, Druggists. 19. To Pot You ou. the Markets. .
The Invalid's WE WANTTo .
Ilol)(! ---- ------- ---- ------ .
tQait --
-- -
--- -- -- ---- i
Many seemingly incurable cases of Ship :For You and See to Your Ship- L. C. OLIVER. -- --- -- - -

blood poison, catarrh, scrofula and rheumatism ments here. F. T. BUI-OK.: .
nd have been cured by B. J}. B.
14 (Botanic Blood Balm), made by the OLI""VER d B1.TDGE a
Blood Balm Co., Atlanta. Ca. Write to WE WANTTo

nth them for book filled with convincing either Buy or Handle most of the 7

proof. Fruit and Produce of this sectionof Dealers
Id O. W. B. Balder, living seven miles
from Athens, Ga., writes: ''For several the country.
Teen years I suffered with running ulcers,
which doctors treated and pronounced WE WANT GEORGIA PINE LUMBERq j
!& incurable. A single bottle of B. B. B.
You to Know, if we cannot Buy Your
1dJ1 did me more good than all the doctors. "
I kept on using it and every ulcer healed." Products, We Can Ship it for You. SHINGLES AND
D. C. Kinard & Son, Towaliga, Ga., LATHS.
writes: "'V e induced a neighbor to try WE WANT
B. B. B. for catarrh, which he thought
lde. incurable, as it had resisted all treat You to help utu: make 'ritu \"ille:1 GrEN"ER..AL...p t..D V..A.R.E {
e.tD t ment. It delighted him, and continuing distributing point for the Productsof ,
its use he was cured sound and well"
the river, and sell our 1
1*.JI. Lawson,East Point, Ga., writes:
31a 31I "My wife had scrofula 15 years. She Products here. Doors and Blinds ; Stoves Tinware and Crockery.
Kept growing worse. She lost her hair ,
I and her skin broke out fearfully. Debility WE WANTIn

1 emaciation and no appetite followed. fact to"c you money, and can do it P AIJXrTS AI'JD OXLS
1T After physicians and numerous advertised 9
, medicines failed, I tried 15. B. B., if you will help us.

:rr and plete.her" recovery was rapid and com- WE WANT Refrigerators, Water Coolers, Ice Cream Freezers,

Oliver Secor, Baltimore, Md., writes :
"I suffered from weak back and rheu You to know we are head-quarters for Screen Wire, Screen Windows, Screen-Wire Doors. .
r matism. B. B. B. has proven to be the Vegetable", Crates, etc.
f. only medicine that gave me relief"
::0'J Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
:0'I A. D. 1889. III Clwnccl!y. To Sell you your Orange Boxes and TIT USV IL L E
NLLI.IK L. WAIID, complainant. Orange Wraps, and will do it if you
1 rs. will come to see us. ---- ---- -- --- -
. .less$i: WAKD>>, defendant.rpon .
' the bill in said suit being tiled WE WANT Steam Launch Eleanor i! C1yde S"te :n:1ship Oo t

awl due proof made as appears by the ,
allMavit of complainant to the same You to know that we are Agents: for the 37 Feet Long, 7 1-2 Beam, New York, Charleston & Florida Lines.
, showing that the said defendant resides Ocala Rock Lime, and will furnish Ii I
1 out ,of said State it is hereby ordered it low down. 2 Ft. Draught ; Cost, new, $$1,800 i II
that a hearing be had on the facts charged I
, in said bill, on the first Monday in \ CAN BE BOUGHT CHEAPBy I _

December, 1SS9! and that said Jesse WE WANT mldrc-:5: ing I
Ward do before said Court on or I
appear know that burn
You to we our own
before said first Monday in December, G. LOUTREL LUCAS, I
A. D. 1SS9, and plead or answer to said Oyster-Shell Lime awl of course 1 1I
210 Wafer: Hal..11(1.
bill, and defend against the same and the can :give you bottom prices.WE ;. ----- 1I I
facts charged therein, and to ID further I
and receive what said Court shall consider : WANT Yum Yum Peach Trees 1I I
in said cause. ,
Done at Chambers. at DeLand. this You to know that we handle Cement I
7th day of August, A. D.18S9. and Plaster J Hair.WE ALSO The Magnificent Steamships i, of this Line are apKjinted 1 | to sail a, hrLtc.., : i i
JOHN D. ];ROOIE. RED CEYLON MAGGIE I (:Standard Till l'.)
Judge of the Circuit Court of Florida ,
in and for the 7th Judicial Circuit. : WANT AND WALDO PROLIFIC.On From Jacksonville to :New Z ork.. I
HEXUY '1'. PRIEST, Clerk To impro:* upon your minds that we (DIRECT: on CALLISC; AT CITARLI>TON.) I From Fernandina to New York. 'i
Juno, Fla. 18-;: mo. :Mariana: Plum :.Stock. Gua'rantlTrne. CHEROKEE, .
: Thursday AUI 1. at .flu i
a. nl
_____ __ _.__ represent
nlll1a AT
; CH.1H
} : at Inl a. lli BiTOX.: ;;
i Thompson & Cclmird Yum Yum ithe Bet Peach } gQI(/IE'E" Thuundrsday' ... +. 1..0 I'. JU I _
ever .
....&: IS. aat 4 i nau.l"uIS.! I"illay.n. 2 a13Wpri
]Circuit t Court of the 1th Judicial Cirtarit of Chicago, planted i in Florida ; ripens:-; in April and CIiEIiUREE TturHI.\. .'. ... 1at 7i't::3'J: 3.a. 1U In t Yf:3IASSEF..... Tursd3y'; ., 6 at 3.0 pmEIIXOLr >I i
of the State of Florida, Jircvard The largest manufacturers of Fertilizers May ; Price :$3.00 per d oz. Order now. .. n&da}, ', -e :1t IU wW a. m 8F.IIXOU CIfEItOIiJ L:, l'riday r,.rt p
: IROQUOIS. l'n.-Jay. at 3Sa0p Dl
county, A. D- 1&S9-1il ChWlt't'i'I..T u. W. IDXEK, Tilliiian 'i'lil "HEI'OK".E Sunday ThnrSLay.. Y5 2 at .1..0. I' mIROQUOIS. Trday. &. I', at s
and constantlyon a. 00
in the west keep : ): p. ,
l"1.Il"8 KINO, 1) la.m :-FnX.oL}:, 'd.y. "' Y9' at a. ttCHELOhEE : : :0 at 3.0 pinIIOQUOIS
vs. I hand the following: brands of their Thur nnday.f'j't.. 1"at 9 G-f'l':.''tI p a. ru SEMI10LE,, Friday, .. 2f,:at 34u prt;
Minnie E Smith} and ; ForcrlooiXOTICK. '. Goods : PIONEER COOPERAGESyrup I CHEROKEE: Tlun.da. ". ft, at 12:00 noou CIIJ-IOKJE IIOQt"OIS: Friday TIlf'oodar! .. :Lat& at 2Wp.3:56 3.1 I'll>>

William Barton Smith, (
her husband. J World of Good, for Orange Trees. Barrels $2.25.

.. II appearing from the affidavit of H. F. World of Good, for Truckers. Gauged to order ten cent extra. For formation Regarding Freight and Pav-agt-, apj.ly) to .

Atkinson, a member of the firm of Jones & Pure, fine Ground Bone. J. A. J.JLIE.: Supt JaclBoimlle; T. G. EGI-It, Traffic Manager :15 Er&siwav, t1(.:!i.
Atkinson, complainant's solicitors that Blood Bone and Pota-h. Wheelwrighting and Repairing.C. J. .\. STEAD,Agent Fernaudiua
Minnie E. Smith and William Barton JOHN L. HoW.Hm T. F A., .]ak Clllv1lltF.1.. m05)IO WEr., T I' A.. Jack>cvIt.: .
Smith co-respondents in the above entitled Chicago Bone Meal"Dissolved O. B.t I R'3I: P. nYII A (11.. Geiieml Agents Green, 12, Neiv South York.AVIiarv, riiilniUIphiu ; .',. Howling -

case, dre non-residents of the State of Florida Bone. lIoll 'y barrel and OvalVator Breaker!
and that the said respondents are re- -- -
from 2.00 up. :Porto Rico PiD.-cnpPlo slips
*lctively over the age of twenty-one years, WE WANT ,
it is ordered that the said respondent,Minnie Tanksand $10 Per Hundred.
Smith and William Barton Smith, her You to know we keep on hand kinds S1ra; .w berry El ,nts :ixa. optombor.luluit'
ot COOPER order.
01:1( to
,, husband do respectively, on or before the Sulphate. of Potash. .? Improved and IIo man's Seedling, 84.00per 1000. Order curly.
Dth A. I.1SS9, ,
day of September, plead T. JOIIXSOX
said Land Plaster, Several Brands <,f FERTILIZERS specially adapted to our soil and climate.
demur to the complainant'sMil
;i ii of or herein filed or that the Canada H. '\'. ashes, LaGranije, : : Florida. INDIAN RIVER BRAND, manufactured by an old firm, the Davidge Fertilizer Co.
i iI said! bill complaint will he taken as confessed, and Tobacco Stems and Send for Circular. Also Bone Meal, Cotton Seed Meal etc, and Mapes' and
I Davidge's Fertilizers. A full line of Ornamental Fruit Trees. end for catalogue.
that the complainant be allowed to proceed
iI ex parte with his said cause. And it Cotton Seed Meal. EACOTT & CO., JOHN B. BEACH, Indian River Nurseries, Melbourne) Fla.
t IS further ordered that of this order j
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a copy -- ---- ----------- ---
he published in the FLORIDA STAR, a newspaper I
: published in Titusville, Brevard You to Give Us; a Trial on something.: J. M. SAWYER & SON,
0 county, Florida once a week for four consecutive TIN
weeks previous to the 9th day of WE WANTTo PORTER & POTTER .I I Yacht Sail-makers
I September, A. D. 1889.Fitness t
the Honorable .John D. Broome, merit your patronage by fair and GUTTERING ROOFING
I 84 & 85 South St., New York,
Judge of the paid court, as well a* A. A. honest dealings, and we moan business. ,
Stewart, Clerk of the said court, and theseal And )Manufacturing of Tin. V are., ASD:
TRY US.Kespectfully.
of said court, at the Court House in GALVANIZED WORK v f ? Real Estate Dealers FOOT OF 55TH ST., ATLANTIC
Titusville in said county of Brevard, this -:0- ,
.Hh day of August, A. D. 1S89. And Repairing. 01*all kinds YACHT BASIN>.,. BROOKLYN.

A. A. STEW ART, ._ .. :fo.... :.
Circuit Court.

17.Joxts & ATKINSON Solicitors Clerk, for Complainant J. S. WATSON & CO. Location. : MAIN


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AN I KJD1AN! METHUSELAH.'Old i. LONG AFORE HE KNOWED.I tf: .onMinipiion Mirev- Cn 'l.d. 'indian j!. River Steamboat Co. i j "FROST LINE" TO THE FRONT

To TZK ;::Ins-i'lesse iJor:. pci:: reader test j
(I Gabriel" Still laving In Callforc. I ere z Toative rex ei* for tee ii.cr..r.i2.w!
I i JeT a Lt; :e tt o' felier-I reniaziser sl- ,. k
tbvt nd 51
At Least ISO Years Old. Bj it* iiiLely af e tcpelertl
: Us: toatecsr cry fer Ciristnias, 1ea fom er I c-z."Cit t. t'iJo L-ea .- e-ir-d. I sL:Ii '.et Purchased I .Fr
l'-nun Schedules in effect MAY 12, IS.S!'. : Having : :> >! L.L: t
| trLT tiui to*tj. t-o totie oi sy res.e :v F.EFE to aayi
severl Fourth July's e;: t:' to ftt-Xew Yecr's.:' a i "i Tf.-; "*- .;-:" *'... .avr .-i'untioi if they wail and feeling the nece> :ty .i ke ij.2; UnI
I ::t ll; ; M-.d rut taco xpr ss sad potote adttltsr.a STEA3IER :T.I LUCIE.
3Iczterey county hospital an Indian ,_ : I her past : E.s-.P.T Scixar3rcc3 d. y-jes a3 isacJ tLcrij. ClI 'Iwrtfrl1 r GamArrive
born by the name of *Old Gabriei 1 :1 ,1'. \. t iT1f '. C.11!. Pear '-.. X*. Tort L avc? Tm:viLLZ. Great Courier I ask of the I'e'1,k a ftiuuacce -/ E

fir As to the exact day month or year of I thc-S-' cr nl;-"u res tec?, to se:croti: 5): 1: ? at Melbourne.....-....Inoon ; of their; G jU Favor -
absent I -- ,
his birth proof is bat of the fact I ?=J Lear

( c that he has passed the Rronderful age of I The Gad folks were t:e EtC c r & >ocr tie see Deice 10 "oth r.. ; Returning : I W!! Make r.nac-for
.r-i 'S .Xi: G: !:i' Liu2a3y 3
150 year* tuer.* is a quantity of proof. ariticerArd 3IeJboumf'.12 noon :
toe usH vita chiilr w cutdi. teeth. Ii reirrsstleLttLfS I r
n : ?
cfl din =
sioctln rourcJ the root. trra
C&toif! v. a-j born in Tulore l'mnty.: S3r.ty Iwitrar once; i:jrodnc&ssattira!, j! Titusviile. *t m of Lumber and
fur std fuzz Arrives at p Mm
belt during childhood removed to the cc:steer,tad'.t;i i.-rbs,3. ;aa "arnt I .tj Large

town of .Monterev. Father JunipcSerri ro ; i.c.z e.cn- I tvcd trim C3 a (:...cr'rPXL5 tt is T ; r*-iSiSt.ts t .is Above doily except Sunday. ;

urnved in Iontcre, in 1-t t1. and: : f.e JJ1fcr : ; :; ;fi
"sue:y C lius" wurci < t e l wt: ;, l t3the I ss
r It is well aathentirato that at Hut th-rrLc.a, Tr'.eu.rr T.i.VL: fr.,: tc-.tL:: ur rrTEAMER GEGRGIANA.Leaves Cargoes,

time Gabrielrasa frn Jt1 hc-. The t 5' to c=d set np lira o trees er ttro t.eaCouldn't OtLSTtXt'.iti. T"JLt-= l.to but s. .' Melbourne. oa m :

Lordly keep airclre, per rc dn't ro i to -- : d E
hioli l Indian ?'n i, -
t ypcagot uge at an man :- ted Arrives Jupiter.............. Spno Anywhere up or

the ed castom was 1: and years.married If Gabriel at that flllowoo he ramie fctt-rfcj: oa tie Srw, end llcth eertm t.en MondaVedatdaya:! and Friday. : lie sure you see u,.. I" ,.. .

age [>:tocis.. aaJ rocfcio la the iireeky roc.lD' .
vrocld neoessarilv have been at least :32 e :rr.c- ei. _whercRe'pecliuliv-,
I cheer: ; t urnin g :
or 03 years oltf to have been a gran Pip gap", cad cn xJer uteri> tt Cruz the C ccy Tutt Pills
1 father at the tine of Father Ju ipcros' wet, s leaves Jupiter.. oaaArrivcs ,

I landing tht-re. ADdU'I trfcb tus frosted tcels and spIU hlrincst .. at Melbourne.......... b pin'

Father Juuiptra taught Gabriel the I : TuesdayThursday* and Saturdays S. H. SAY,
art of catting and laving stone and atr And mea drrc".r!:'S1eebears q-hes theckrck 'u7tlrcsd i To cure eotitiveness the
To be
be than permanent
mere a purgatitc.
the tisje of the building of the fi..st \ ftegytLccs it must contain |! Zgr Connection i# made at Titusville Owner. c

I chapel in 1771 and 1.;?. Gabrid aasicd &:.r"Ilrno1ted Alterative andProperties. ; ;.uili trains ol the .J., T. & K. W. system
+t in the construciion of the wall He trfcc"Ssstj Claus truj 10 and from all: joints Norib. ; ud ui --- - --- -- -- -

b xaxe t o exr -1": in his trade that hel Cathartic Jupiter with daily -uige for Juno ( ; Hamilton & Co.
Ean gged and assisted ia the cou truce sue the ten; taQ up. aDd fig .tr tow -Old SCCITcould Tint's Pills possess the(' nnulitici. in aiiie-) wliero e-'iinection i is> made! with A. .

Zion of the San Antonio tai=cif.n. ;in an eminent degree, and theteamer I.ike \V.nk" for all l I4nin 1 1GE
:la.ll- t cote dot the ctiiafcyr .'Je tej txw'to
1:61. Hevas then luarrieJ to his ->e'- Speedily Restore i ;- ori I..ker ort! TirUSYILLE, FLORIDA
end m!.'. Gabriel still speaks proudlyCsf ,t T
\Visit that 1 "Jd txlQ and wee tfcuLf Ktudatuwt.t
the skill he acquired as"a stvnc\utt Led Lay to the bowels their uutaal peristaltic. \V. B. '. : ON. C: iItrrintenclen:. \\-1.1.:. -;.:. 1.. .: I' .!
motion, t o eseutial to regularity.Sold
Father SorrentmL the priest and te betcbed a fen r ia;' fer t.iJJ tiatauaT
<;. ACKEULY.Y. ien. Pi" -\en:.
Bishop Aiat reached Montorr-y some Cut I Let oa 2 :and Laid!:.tie asef te ha; Everywhere. *

tine in th: M-:tr l*iThe fon.ier saes Tt-ed to r&t ce ca tee tack bite( s ij "f/x/i ;D. F. JACK i nrnera! Manager.frosii Indian 1 River Oysters

that old .launrl wins then living with ,ere. tty Lui.Heap's ---- -- ,1
my f2.ck-ja.c' ne'p rasrse'f. like ea r Libhithsvife and l.e bv
f wai many ," .i :4Ctt er :i Pruniteit
boys drys f -.-' .r' 5. r r ='T3
years the senior of all the oll'inhalt Ihr &o. "f"i il f-, tf-f-rt T u.l 1.;,. t !!t" i.r 7. ..vy.PARUEA'S :-0:1111 I'loi'ida )1 rit.3loiLc'.
-- ------- ---
tants. He was then known by tld: same KISJ-l
mme. and was said to lxat that time j 1:10 'fIId tsso'amts .r. ; ___, ,. .(,' i I =i'1i:1 'Q T f "", ..,. '.Ji ll. Fr .1..1:.. :;. '' '.
0 .jf
C1au rattVslit ._ ... '. . I. ,
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over 11'j :years of age :1:1. .1 C t Ji'lEr-? TCH C "-: i.Jc:r:i .li. .1. B. 'i:1fr,' ,i. .'l"<'tJ''l.. :
A widely known old lady the tiiat yarn caws iru aboct acu ..i: 'T.- r.l I, Green Turtle and Gate.
tL' by toteTruth : ;:;. .:.. .. .::0' *"_.:s...a 5.fri Iii:Ai: lI-b i: r.*pi iv to cots ir.I! :iI"Yto l li f
LJUJK- of Castro who died tire-years ag,. made :. HL. th \ .- think ot.IUIISOfit!..!
Q' t o < : : S %( j> t-r u r to Aa.v.v.
the of in testifying old! -- -- -- -
at )}, to .
ago fer c::.!- AXDFEVEi: TONir. w remind cot A'!! hr.It-r.- 1""rIVc P."lUI'! ;toil C:,:
Gabriel ajje. raid that when a child VTIstt I t.U ixcS.it' I coup I :,;.tOU. whether b} tt lrgttph.I .
: iriiz so jet 'o tt.ld that 0"t: pureha' :year ar' Wl .. IeLl
she 53ollOnLriel and at that time tt'-r tor pt-r_ :
-I 4. Over hzrjrin' up ray +-:w a: lie the itt:t clu.c 7;: to" .: ; next order in the talivs ;
l.e blue I children s H'rnls. oMer than Climb ia r=y bp tocJ tejr in: 'rce to tel BALSAMis .
she then was.Gabriel rout them h-iI- t' N. anti (lid Sacty ttit she : .4 ss Cut- and leiutiftes the :: fur a jrr.,s : our third! for two gro s? : Oil. F'1.J..: ..... J.r.1.-.
IoTo nett.ratt1atsorryerrth.direr. = Promote* a I.:ALri t cr(wtT. tututh fur rirt..-*. :1ialon now \YA\
remained at Old until
Capitol :
sfewyearago., when hu rCIl1\-c,1 to :' .Irl!-svrt Viart..1 ni>-- :: 't'ut. s=-as-'c Never Hs-rta: Faila its Youthful to Restore Colcr.i Gray. i it. Latin tItr: llfth or,1pr. which( I i. for fit .\ tract of !land +>n Indian Hivvr .1. ;:.. '

Salinas valley, where he has been so- ute c'crn ,' : ,0Pn"I -**.::.- Ii- .) inindU? it i lJ'I -.unty ot rested coo:imu*: i "-

journingv. since. Cp to within Rt..kDHVol II:0... L -- 5,.iPi $1 i. itiT-j r--a.AKD. Its? quantity but wails requir" Ian:*'r acreit being lot Nu- :Ii. and out:t: Ku:

two or three years ago he way a -Jac.. ; thitcttrr-tats C lJ"l.iiFy Ls tor.- this fall ofthv northeast quarter +>f l.t;I'& :a

1 < H familiar figure on the btreets of Sa- ,-. .-. 1: ixc'lIent --iti-ia.-ti ,rs acid WtIi" .. and lot So. -rl. bt-ihii the south vrt--t 'iU.; .
i trot think WI. have had a jut corn:
r .tr liras City. lint now he is rarely seen as A lU-'CJ.irkaMe )-aiu. .. .. __ .._ ._._. in u..ortImt'rvith! ". r. ter of the uurthwe quarter of i-c-K-t.-.n:
-- --- --- -- --- -- --.v----- .1 ilit.alilwtlll: : y ti
]Ins trijtt'from the hospital to the towns Belief in dreams ha r:' \--1! new adherents tilt. >!;ii;. both( in township :;h south.. rrna. -:sea.t.
are honing less frequent He has always .:. L.M. : ''oaa. 't\\!:n'i ", : infractions. we promptly retm.ded LlI
t in Liru'ohi MP.. owingto : : 'a'ilsi i i"Iery ptx: 'r't
been l fond of colors awl county. P ;-t.t fire's', t. B..nrtl M. | Jto::..y if :a reliable party think it ha
for coat liking made of cloth some strange .=irt'um-aunt, attending .'. -rr.:..t t.t'ac: C'o ;i tailed to cure. V;"e have (skid a half doze, ., soil o} rich -juality. ,:.l t..t.+ ,,.
i years wore a representing ; fur the rai irr! ctt all 'pu-ai i fruit.. ,.
t all the colors of the rainbow the finding (If tini*>iy ..f EILridge TI' !;IH : .' TJt.11.L complaintofthi- kid ont of a- mane;' < : tr
Call. The account Lgivn U- FixBath huwrMl! bon}"* iold. Your= truly. situated at the SlOW, near En,- Ittmee. .<:

AN AERONAUT'S LUCK. Times as follows!! : For thitf or four days ATTOR.S'EYSATLAW.V : .\. E. niiLLii's jc ISKO. \\'illcll cheap t"-: c--h F-r

three or four huu r..! ptxple Imd Jen J P. >.-tti: +unitted l to :.iti. that w' I'-:i'aIar- addre":
TI 1IU i:.lonn! Ileconie* Disabled and lie i. S ; '. ':.1.. TITTJr LL p.r' &r.l Cl... Florida : have u-v
Narrowly Kscapen Drowning.MEMPHIS. diligently scouring the woods and examining \V I.. .- ..- II all U.P, t..at1tt tW ?rtr..tL with perlect -ati-fu-ion i in Fever will} G 1.1': ;;. It-' k 7. M l L- .
A I the ponds in the vicinity when a 'iv..1 4'.u I: tUt Snj :r-iu court especialfacIi.-
Aug. 23. -Professor James .. without ( tail ai.tit- and -tor'I <' 1L
i or --
tC:14U: .L'11..1 i'.t. -jnjr arts 1111es. ? tjuick --- --- -- -
HnLin on. an aeronaut who is giving brother-in-hac of the ruiaing man ui L''rH.-p.J1ui.n.eLate :rear. "lumaLt End Ht."u" I remedy in )leatocfr r hit-h it i-i iI !,. -:

oxhibitionv at ..Tal"kwnIound park whose care Call motherless child: had tot :>1 ..+h tirsntr }Iu&t') tCJ 1.0&11. 1: I rt'f'nM'ommeiukd !,y th- proprii-t; ":. t.- HAS uC''lER

just below the city, had an exciting been left dreamed that le bad found -' ': lou u- to inform ft',' ii i? vaKuiM! ,-. ""BE of ctatr

enerenSunday afternoon. He was the body of Call drowned under a L'J"'Y>_\>. ;'. YourA. -. f.te.. IWf1aC TO BED i ITirEo L Lll'

+ advertise to make an 4soeu. ion awl iJrh1 c.Aft r telling his wife and others E. riIII.LIP-5 lliio. FAILIG S urERto HG c

u leap head first from the parachute. A of his dream he started to follow down'''AI"IY-Af-LAVl: i\TH VOTAPY PUBLIC. ,\ TaAHY ce-fyl"J1t,.
thousand people -enibk\l l tu witness t uzirES M .
.. H. (: lH.lHv\I'
a creek not far from his farm
the {f.,t rhevdi.lii t witness it. TIle over f IT03 EiADT +,..
1' .
Hock Ledi-e.
1jj. FLA.
which his dream had located tJride.tpon -
a i 'u hrlllf.r"
l lloou ros to the height of several e .r.

hundred feet and then blown directly i- arriving in Dresden he sought his
was L. <;.AVU:KN: >A\ANNAH IJ'l: i; IASO3 _
I above the Mis&Usippi r\er.It intimate friend and brother-in-law.. liicoN & hr.\. ,rbc.lt"U'n '
t wa again lnginning to rise when Bowman ilyers. and they rrt!! made u II

r part of the top blew oft; and a quantityof their way to the little stream from a ATTORNEY-AT-LAVY, ': SeWll1rnarbineFREH \OTUI:.

hot air escaping, the balloon rapidlvdeMXndcd directly contrary direction from Call's T "jt1t.. Florida.M. w f i j [ .
and :(:' I To, '1tftf.lIU t f'II1'. ,. .. ,i.:1' iitv
with the parachute and under aW twit where lie people call .
homeland old
the countnload -- --- -- -- --
t the profesM fell in the river. He hung ti4, them.w.will Mad free 10.ODe : (j'.tttiruj- TnLf no; .' :
penoD III ucla lotilitoh
stone bridge old that old THRASHER err
to the bar of the balloon and came down so people say [ bHc HW1nI'-madulle made ill. I Tin:. herealu} l-)ani ot t .:iuirCommissioners' s-
that it built before tlipir the01'14.with an the aitajiawnu
with it lIe bank below the surface, but was rime they- -#' We will also Mad free a eompi. I ol Hl.lrc.luuU'. FU.:.
.1 almost found the body. ATTORNEY-AT-LA\V, I 11:"Colour costly tad vaaabi. ""
reaimeare immediately -iples. Ia retain we u&uut joa I un u petition nt mor, than rtjif-fVarth
When it was seen that a fall in the 1' t). KOI :o. _e rOID. FJ.\. (:o:, show what we nd, to those who t I of the regi i-:l.rt'd.tcr.* '.? Said
Vili praux in ail tLttotutits ol tLe :rte.: aft may call at your home,and after 3
river was inevitable u skit was sent to Needu't Look Like au Undertaker. L'lr cu:: au J Mpreae ConnLLEX ;. ft mcnth tu shall become ycnr owncperty. : t'uuntind ord'-r fhat an riwtiunbe XLa4i
1 pick up the aeronaut and it was within There are people in thii world so good ----- made- after This the SinKer craad machuie patent*u. hold on the thin! Tuesday fi

two boat length distance from him hat: they make you tired You meet : HEV.-ER.:. which hare run oat:before utenu ; Ortober.1anti thi- cute heist:: tier? iiU
-- ran oIlUtwWorSSl3.with th
+ A
when he fell. As soon as the balloon them most often in good places and they k and; DOW j,. etiny, of October. l .s'.+. to tler.l'; !;* \\hftlser
touched the water it The Dr aro .most ue_
rose again. f SI'Uchmct. the} '..xiuorbeer
gale ol intoxicating lii'ti
are quite apt to keep people! from FRE ? the world. AH .. >i- La4idate
of away
professor held on to one the ropes. Alloniey-at-Law anl 1 Coinreyaneer.Like I mi.m.m required. ice hill be prohibited iu a"ul coaatvfor
} .
allowed himself he good places instead of drawing them brief iiurrcctioiif C'YeD. Tbc who wnte to u*a& own an !
t.k ; to be drawn up a few run tree th. best ewiBK-in chine u> the wor: aDd 10.s the two year next entiin: after the
feet above the surface of the water and there. The good Bishop Middleton. who Worth Dade County. Florida ', Es-!Itl*ofwoTk of birh arterer shown' together ia_An. > nc*. I said! election.Therefore. dateu.
>l Tit t E&k (:0.. lex 71O. uQuatataiaa
as the boat was pulled under his had studied the thing carefully has said i I
sus4 : Will; furni-h _Ab-tra.-t- Title! to lade Ii I Alexander A. te\v.. rt.
I V' hlet the rope slip 'Virtue itself offends when coupled with (Count land-. i I XOT1CK.Inly < '!erk of aid! Hoard, do I1cr bfk";
through his bands and dropped into the forbidding manners.irt.., ,
ought net I tics required by law. that'-ueh rl<*-
l oat., still to the hue and the LH OrFIClI E'II.I.I..:. 1''LA,1I
: holding
i 9 to do that, and such a coupling makes i it cNF s & ATKIN-OX : tion will be held at all the precinct in
balloon was towed ashore. J' fillet; lis*!'. /
I i
all the wofor virtue. There i i- no reason said county on that ..hn' to-wit : th* IUF

: why virtuous l.ouldook Notice i* hCldJi"l'JI that} the follow i third Tuesday in 0-tobe? next for the
young :
t. IT EXCEMENf IN ALABAMA .tlil'l1C3 .-a-t.ns'. ;' ing-named s<-ttlt'rLL! tiRt!! "d! uotieiof hi; set forth.
like an undertaker; and whoa-irful purposes
Oier a St ational Publication in the intention to make Una: proof in support In whereof I have hereunto
chap should U t fascinating are Tu: -yillt'. FluriJa.1 j jATTORNEY I I
'r Orgau of the Colored People. this waThe --- ------ -- -.---- -- I t:it> his claim and that ai-l jiroofill 1 be sct my hand anti oUici\I SG.I! this rtth thy

iI MOXTGOMEBY, Ala., Aug. 23.-The Independent :;i should wrong with good \ounp wl-lom man T T. A\nEl:. i ma t.1Jefor.'ft'war' !. <'lt-rk -Cir- ot Augtist.-A. D. lSSf.
becharmuig wit and
tJ (uit Court at riturI>. Fla..on AutitJOth.
fJ"-l .1..1. STKWtKT.
a Republican newspaper and unconsciously he will murk l.i. 1S :.. \i/ William r. I
way i iv I : A. Shl'-pp.. of I'oardCoiinty "ommi*- uer-.
published at Sehna Ala., br colored in the world with sweetnt-t. and light Fort Pierce. Fin.. 11. r.. X... lilt;} for I 16.XOTlfE. .

men. publishes an inflammatory editor and gladness and let virtue hau !better< .;: jractn all the Court ot tL,SfTili inj j t he 1t'. A of S. \L \ 10 Tp. :{;. .: 1.*. I 1ta
ial urging the colored people to defend shoal Tircnit of Horuta
10 E.
t themselves ngainst the whites, saying a ; time than PieayunNGrapes Mn can E't lIa\(.-NVw Orleans r I BOX. -2.5 TITl V ILI.E. FLA.QENTAL I f.f.P He uaiiif. the t.il"will'ir.Jle:' e? l h taI
raceM inevitable and"that n
+ is !I prove his cuntinnottresiders.i "- i upon 1 an! The County Judge and zheriti'ut Ur -
a' : when it comes there will not bu white I
a OFFICE OF cultivation 01 said land vi/ : John Rich vard County.. Florida will meet \\Ubtbe
man t'l tell the tale.d .
were tirnt turh.tt-J an.tt :276. ard. J. S. liell. p.. F. iMrlin.Fame; Clerk of the Circuit Court. it the tkfk'*

The article has caused great excite and previous: to 'h? TH"I ,,f E ward Olmstead. all of Fort I'ieree. Fla. I j ollice in the Court House in said KrevanJ
s r cot. and serious trouble is feared. Itt DR. L. T. DANIEL
VI were brought in Lir-- 'uitt: from Any personho deire to prote.-1 [: count!'. on the 17th day of ArrutI&4"
t 't the probable colored better will element of Flanders (.. Kaplan.I. The ar uu* introduced COCU.\. FLORIDA a;aiiKC the aIIowan-t- of such proof. 01 I for the purpose of dniwin; the drawl

+ the article people p-ibliclv denounce into En;Uui In 1.15s. Will be at the Grand View BcM Tittl \iJl.. on who knows of any substantial reason J and( Petit Jury to serve at the fall tens

t -- ----- ---- --- the First Moti'lay in t"I.h' Mouth, for Otl" MeeV or under the law and" of the j of the Circuit \\iil take no
regulation* InteriorDepartment t .urt. You :
ft The offensive publication concludes J more. Patronage li idt l an'1 ill 'oktrarsntred
r as follows: to \*sa:6tactorj. n why such proof 5 1:11l: i tiuall.: e governed aceonlinjrly.Witness I
THEGLDRYOFMANSTRENGtH.VJ1ALlTY : n_ u_ iif.t be alloutnl.iJl! be -iven 'I t Mitt FesW
Were you (the whites) to leave this an opportmnry unhm and seal of

south land in twenty years it would be 'lVI.II.: I. DODSON, I at the above-mentioned! time and I this Au;u-t tJtli.; } 1SM..

one of the grandest sections of the ] t, place to cro:examine the witncs* of] i f!.. >. -, .\. _\. TLWART.
I said claimant and! to oiler t-vidence, in Clerk Circuit Court.I .
glob. We would show mossback DENTIST
you How Lost How Regained _
rebuttal elf that submitted
claimant -- -
crackers n\' to run a country. You : I
t 'II IT"ILf.E 1'LORIUA. I' S. ( 'J.t''I-EI '- \OTICE.
would never see convicts half starved I :. ),e" :tcr. ;I
depriving honest workingmen of an N ENCElff Olive, until further notice, a: Indian --- -- -------------- ---- To all whom it may concern. All lier-

v honest living It is outs a matter of River City Hotel. OTI.I:. son- who have any: claim or cl hi

e c' time when throw"hout this whole state -_ Duality of work un-urpav-ed. .' I.AXI OrFIn.l >vii.j.K. FI.A.. I t.Itil against the estate Auzu-l liars d< <

4 affairs will lie dunged. and, I hope to t -- ._--- --- ; 1:: Ctl.1} ceased late Wave.land,Dade cOUDT.
i i Notice hereby i -ivtn that the folfuwim'natmd
I jour sorrow. Ii+ were never destined Florida, are hereby requested to 1)rem
to be J.r. I-EWIS I : hattilt tl! not it'e of Ji. intuition the "
always tenants, but, like other same without: delay, duly aut
races will and must have our day. You KNOW THYSELF !. to make linal proof in support of hi. cited within the time allowed by "'

I :v t now have yours. You have predicted THE SCIENCE Civil EiijiB3er! and Sarreyor, claim. and that *aid proof. will W iaad before I to the Hon. Count v Judjie. in and ('If
that at distant LIFE A. A. tt'wJ.rt. Clerk Circuit Court Dade fllOlUa J. Ik
no very day we will have A ScientiLc and StandArd Popu1u; Ye:cal Treatse at county. Fla. ; or =
our race war and we hope, as God intends on the Errors of Y ,ra areDw ne,Servos* THn"Hhl"la. ritnMrille! Fla.. on August 24th.! : 15i.. viz- Meiiben, Es cJ.. Fort Pierce. Fla. :
that we will be strong enough to and Physical Debility Impurities of the Blood. --- -- I Minor S. .Tone. of Tuuvillc, Fla.. H. F the undersigned j else the -:lIn* uT11

wipe you out of existence and hardly No. !'151 for the lot 2, 3 and 4 hi V. E. 7 barred.

leave enough of you to tell the story ft ''R: D. BURCHF1ELD, and N. E. i of S. E. i of sty:. :JC5, Tp. 04"S.He IIEIXJICJI 11.11e.
is bound to compo and I:. .HJ E.
just such hot- AiluiinUtratur of the estate of ll<*'

headed cranks as the editors of some of COUNTrSURVEYOR.. name the following \\itnee, to August JIars.Waveland. .

I our Democratic journals are just the Order prove his cuniinuon residence Upon and I Dade C'o.. Fla.. I
right set to hasten it. It is by mail will receive prompt cultivation of alA I
fate. viz t.l'
Kwnlting: from Four Vice,Ignorance,Ercei sea cr attention: a> call in :: Q. II u- .lul y :J. 1SSO. S.
i Oreruxation, Enervitiiiff and nnftttcg the victim peron. gins, Titu*\"ilIe. Fla.; D. M" Hav t.ieH1i- 1

Texa Cattle Fervr in St. Loui to Work, Bo Avoid
ST. Louis UMkulfnl
.Aup. 22.-An evening pretenders. Poese&s thI '
paper greAt T. L. Paine St. Lucie Fla.
that Tt'DlS trork. It contains 300 papes,royal sea Beanofcl !! All Die CX
cattle fever has I persons concerned will to\\
says i bindi1.g, emboeed fuII gilt. Price I I Any person who desires to I
only 11.00 against \rill
by protect notice
made its in St. Louis and concealed : that six month* after 11t .1 foG
appearance r postpaid in plain wrapper. IiC3-; LA RUE P. ELY the allowance of Ouch proof who know
that there appear to be a conspiracy to : trabre Prospectus Free if yon apply cow. 'Ite ol substantial present to Hon. Minor S. Jones Court
prevent the discovery of the fact. Some dutinruished ant or,Wo. IL Parker, JL D.. re- any reason, under the law Judge of lirevard count Florida tar

time ago a number of cattle consigned I from ceired the the COLD National AND Medical JE1TELUED Association MED.for 1L I i .Yotary Public for the Sate Lirgc. ment and the, why regulations such of the Interior De"lrt- flan vouchers as adminis'tralor. with tk> <

from Texas became afflicted in pens this PRIZE ESSAY OD KERTODIXSTITUTE and ;! Justice of the Peace 17th Dist. will be proof should not be allowed will annexed, of Thomas New. We tai
PHYSICAL DEB ILrl'Y.Dr. given an opportunity at theabovementioned said &
here, and thirty-nve died of the fever. Parker and corps Urevard county. deceased and
Since then : of Assistant Physicians lAY be coar aalted, u>wI CONTRACTORS BUILDER Unit and place to croe'C3minethe .- at the leCtrr
a number of milch cows in deatjauy. by mAil or in person &t the once ot I I same time I will apply for
that vicinity have died of the fever, and i' TIlE PEABODY MEDICAL : I lof over ..0years', experience. Natural witnesseof said claimant, and Uismissory from such admlnistratU*.

there is some alann as to the city's milk Na 4 Bal1IaeJa St.,Boston,:.,to whom a3 ;I! finish a specialty. to offer evidence in rebuttal of that submitted I '1'"is 5Iareh 15. 1SSI. c
i orders for books or letters for advice ttocld be by claimant.
supply. a directedu toTa J I !Melbourne Florida. 6 13. S. C. TUCKER lU--Mer. i" WM. 3ICCtACKL'4SCiuo. .
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9 I invite the Trade to consider my I THE MUSIC HOUSE OF FLORIDA. I AGENTS WANTED. Only ?:.75.,

and Very Complete Stock when .

e" desirins Large to PurchaseShoes S. H. RAY A. B. CAMPBELL i EARTH. SEASKY! II
r Marvels of the UnlTen; a graphic: dtscriftlon ->!
I' the wonderful things In Nature;thrilling adv-ntu..
"p.td on Lan and S a-renowned discoveries of great *x
. I Jacksomilh'] :Fin. I, I'I"rl"r Published. In >:ntlhhn I A GREAT BOOK TO SELL Is us-
GROCERIES tr\tt'd circulars and extra terms to ants FRHE.FORMIIEK .
03- Saccesscr to J. C. Norwood and Co., A JIcJlAKI.N. iiucinnatl., O.
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ICnabe Piano,. \\MKT J'lanoHaines

Bro-' Pi imo", Morris PianoWilcox, &! ./)) PERFECT
TITUSVILLE. White Onr.in and Chicago Cottage
I Organ-. ,J A new invention for mAkiaCutTee .:
and Tea, better than aiy
DRY GOODS I I till :,dl! and lArliur.it; .our nearest /' thing now In: ue tayell3ult.. -
c Cortee and can tx used with n..
I station Hitrh (Jradtk Coffee ur Tea Pot Sample wiil : e
tent by mail for tMentyctnt.in
stamps. Aeenta Wanted to

. Ip I A N 0 S ForshceA and fend other for McMakin.full fast particulars selling Clnclnnatio.articles.of Ci.i

Censl MerchandiseSTORE. I r :;. oUII Golal. w ..tcr to
= A :lest JO S11 watch, >()m un it..it w"rlJI'erf..d UtelT FRE"01.1
tiiaekecprr W ariut -
I d' Hear* ,'I..I' j
; I):. i i HuuUDp CKMK- in ..... .
sudgeau'si' Mnhw
t t

..../-..,., ,..... and*>ne curt l* Tsnn of nnacue i.,\r,.!)L...
D fl ,
/ slay tan H'-Dr.- one her.
""(} t r-'fhcT with our l&r -an.S...-
N S ?'?' UhlloIn of llounrhnlijiimple
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r. I uflJftI'Ib > Thex.amplr. u
w II 11 the Wilt h wf rnj
Clothing ,.
bile,and i ann ji', h .krplwntfcrm
- I th.m in year 1-l\mlt. fir :3 m..u", .nlih |j tno .ys.
: who miy bur''illM they beeomeyour n projirrtj Ttkc !t
L1.VS :Vo2i IPV uiij other house in the who write at ..n."e ran be .ule of r. .. ,n.J thrVittrh
). I I keA I Jllt e tSI or
I'ff'PO-C' to '("tFirstClass ., organ NUn.on.C1W.., UUJL ..M I'orilmul Muino.SRP '
TRUNKS VALISES t and honest :' ; v" .n.w on trial anti it net j
I satistact'Jrr. '. "', '.: 1rrhltt nth nayiL ?. *.;>
nud It* ,... th Piano, and 10
? a i : nu a : $ ah<< and
I StockMOTIONS ?5 i M(.nth ou ;.si t>r;Tan tint'aill for-not much
more than cr1"ii"Tf.it: On these very liberal
terms Hin<'n''' inn GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS I FJRrETA." 1'u;["t:, irntamin,;; full iniorination.
-"ut'ttlU"lC.. Mrms, Y H,im*., Hmjos, (Guitars AI'
I -,1"-- torleon and iu fttt t''HYIU: t'al Instrument
that i* nn,1.*. and at very lopru !Send for com-
J (1 EXT::"' &TIL\ HATS I NEAT AND PROMPT. plete l ('atal,,fn e 4 1 have !o.01X1 j'IM'es of Choice
t j ITII-.IL at 10 1..I' pt l' cnpt.

AT YOUR OWN PRICE I A. B. Campbell Jatk'nvillt.: '. Fn. t.iICOYT'S .
I f

I Can "Beat the Jews" on Low I -FuRj -- GROCERIESj I PiAir

Priced Pants, to Close Out. j I

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lit 68 LADIES'' I OF PURE COD LIVER Oil I L. & ill : :c Milt

alt I m! HYPOPHOSPHITESAlmost t --
35. .
SUCH Afe- )bell, .adiWiV Cbilch'cus'SaOES.' ; FIFTH ANKUAL
xt as Palatable as Milk.So I 1
::1))' DRESSGOODS dlggaiaed that it can be taken, I
digested, and assimilated by the moat .....
,bkIs el : sensitive cannot be atomach tolerated, vvhen; and the by plain the combination oil I June I to Aug. !I !, 8$25ooo;;-".

of the oil with the hypopho.
phitea Is much more efflcacioas.
N't.'or. I.....TT&-.It-II 1D ,
Remarkable as a fiesh producer.!

Persons gain rspldlj while taking it.SCOTT'S .
.. I \Vorth" of IMaurM Inul Oi L:-. -.
MILLINERY .VOTEIIBiDS.ST EMULSION is acknowledged by I from best maker to Le .u..,w
JB.A..TS: Physicians to be the Finest and Best preps out regardless oCc.>>t 06"i.:......
ration in the world for tho relief and cure of I Stock too large. ."lu.ttoii.ci i
it1LI.-ilE.tDS, Into eush or Installment.i.. .U"
GENERAL DEBILITY, WASTING Some, entirely NEW 1'.T1: '.
'" .iTK.lIK.TS.IVITATIOS. The months< orly.
great remedy for Consumptian, and .
J.I.: Wasting in Children. Sold by all Dn ggis g. Nome,used a year or no. ,):t .t
J. used! two to three year*,.
Ladies' Underwear. t
i \ CI: IC11L.ARS SoniefineSecoiiIIIaruU,--
If any dealer says he has the W.L.Dou la. in .
exchange mid miule i.evour '
Shoes without name and price tamped os
, font's Fim.ishi.is; (;Joods! the bottom put him down as! n fraud. I .repair.- Vnctory.. Ke'toreU J-Juui-u"01 in lutii .

I'rint-, cK, i"OI.En, and Action, nod made RC*>L:! I..; '
I years of xer\'Ice.ZtAKAI.NS. 1!
I.:iwn>. let>"., ALSOCROCKERY I .
I 'lnl' OJiL..
Ginghams, lets., 1 1I

Of Standard Cotton Checks! 7ct*. GLASSWARE I EASY'TERMS.Your '

Pins "t hYi OWN 1'Llc.l/4 Rin..tVery .
..ty1w light monthly l'a)iu.-.. ... .
Needle r ctJean -., or Small Cash Payment and 1>. i-
ance when you get ready
t tI
th -., 2
Lid pool Cotton, Ucts., I STREAMERS GASH BUYS CHEAP,I''

onof Brown Cottons, ; t>., I i I CJIve yon all the time V.HS. /. .
I but SPOT CASH will save a Ub
111 Lidicfc' I..teeitt-. l.r cts. and 20cts. I money. TitY US ON. We ,.ii! '
icr DODGERS, meet liuie.
Indies' Kid Gloves 7r ctij. to 1.00) ; reduced you every___ I
(\I'.t1 I tI
. from $1.00 and $1.-5. Ladies' Ship Chandlery Goods.I :
he ring and Summer Hats Very Low to I PIANOS Hi

C'lo>o Out. nITsIS" CiRDS. I I
rt i I $50, $75, $100, $ I5OORGANS. '

I -
cia i Wr a DOUCLAS 1 1 ,

he I am prepared with several Carload ofFERTILIZERS I i

be : ('.\RDS, will lIe the main feature of my I CEMTLEMEN.Best FOR $24, $35S5G, S7E. ,
Imi'im'hut; orders sent for I !
me anything in the world. Examine hi* ---
I in in Titu H3.OO GENUINE HAN1>-SE\VEI> hlZOE.
ito kept any store >- '
s1 yule will bo promptly filled.Will 1S3.50! POLICE ANI> FAUKIEKV SHOE.
83.00 and 91.7. UOY.V SCHOOL SHOES I
T<> upi-'y! the wantin tin: line. I I SEND YOUR ORDERSTO Alt male in Congress, Button and Lace. i SUMMER 1889. I II

I! buy Fruits Eggs Chickens I w r I. --- I
- Kamit, as FOR

Or any Country Produce! my ou-tomer' Heat Material. Best Style Beat Fitting. +( i SAVANNAH,
re-' Ground Hone, (I friend m:1hri It not oM by jour iJcaler, write L ._ ..
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.he A>h Element, market.
l'! I to !i Examine. L Dottela2 Shoe*- for
trd Acid Phosphate.Cotton -, STAR Gentlemen.

S9, St'ctllcll, I .i FUIS..1.EllV

Ddrm Cotton geed Hill A-he, ; I ak for :t share of the public patronage !
tOo Fitli and Potash, I and come as a supplicant, not a I i ,

Uradley'e Orange Tree 1 di tator, asking for your favor?. .ll'kibosrur. FIJI :..::.., .:;.... : jl'! 1 '
lIt If courteous treatment,good I|
And Vegetable Fertilizers. goods and low figures: is

Will meet Jicksonvilleluotations:; with the candidate for t IpubHe \ For: Sale by I I CURE i

- freight added in same quantity lot*. then favor.I'm U, D. IiXDKICKHX: !
i, itie j .
elected.Agent i : \v'urth. FI.i. I
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et I

,Je-nd Prices Reduced on nearly all Tor Cluittaiiooga Flow ('ov I flTSWhen !

tiller Flows ruin SuvarCane : Pianos
tytyt Lines in Stock. 31ilK. V Organs

1tJ. I say OCRS I Io not mean merely t,
-- j stop them fur a time,anll then have them return -
.'Ii. i i again. I MluAN A ItAMtAl CUKt.
for c i ii, If you want to purchase a I hale made the disease ofEPILEPSY .

pc I have too Goods to enumerate I
many I FITS or
to Piano or Organ, write to the un- ,
1* prices' on all that are reduced. .'.., FALLING SICKNESS
i dersigned or give him a call.
A life-long study. I WAHRAST my remedy to
COME: AND SEE. i Can sell you any of the in- CURE the worst cases Because others have
ate I failed is no reason for not noW receiving a cure.
; I ,struments of the best and leading Send at once for a treatise and a.P&EE BOTTLE
I will l not be undersold. I I I I'i of my UfFALLfBLE KEMEDT. Give Expres
j i : makers at prices that defy and Post Office. It costa you nothing for a
.11, I 1 trial, and it will cure you. Address

I am Prepared with CHEAP i .- j I I Ii competition. H.C. ROOT, M.C., I83PEABISTNEWY08K:

e to GOODS, and with Better Goods t I 1I 1I i Pianos) ,mi rails sold oa tie Installment .
:ilkitj Supply You. I j'I JVotice.

I! I Plan when; taM Disconnt All concerned will take notice tint MX
:iiytb I i months after date I will present my final

F' -I It t :ri to Ctelies on! Organs account to Honorable Minor S.Jun.g,Coun-
t>l, I I ty Judge of Hrevard county, Florida, and
ajt'irll.< Very Respectfully. I IGEO. pray for an order dismissing me from the
I -" I. All corroponderKL' receive prompt execution of the last;; will and testament of
attention Phineas D. Wecon Ute of said
t B. RUMPH deceased.!
C. s: :1-.iER,
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TITUSVILLE, FLA. If f s. :sr. R..eLV.t t TUus\nic. Florida. rJ -Gmo. Administratrix.1 .

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t ::'01. .lL. LACO.VICS.J. I -Mr. J. C. Norwood, of City Point j -Mr. A. Heyser, of Oak Lawn left i!

:. Waon & Co will hare a full : was in town Saturday. for ; Saturday morning. i Clothing Clothing !

line of garden seeds Sept. 10th. I -J. S. Watson .t! Co. willoon have -J. >. Wat-on & Co. buy and sell any IClothing i
!I thing in the!: produce line.
tr.lwl"trrplants planting. 1
x -Mr. Geo. Glea& n. of Eau Gallic,!, I -Mr. John B. Beach of Melbourne '
wn in town Thursday evening on his fj: -Captain and Mrs. Robert Hardce, I left on this morning's train for Rome: I,

way to Palatka. i j were visitors :u TitUsvilie! on Saturday 'I I N. Y., where he will remain: for a couple i A't 'tiThe :Ba..2i: r.

A -Jlr. aid )tr5.. Arthur Franklin, of ; I of months or so.i .
4 1 Il)1 I i In our of the trip to ,
4 Canaveralwere in town a few dace the | :. Gee. Ens-ey started our Monday I

end cf las: weelCopies : morning:: for Tropic, where heOwn- verygoad Heath, in 1l."eek.s: i:5.5ueit should 'I CHEAPER

of the STAR beobtsined !! tract of :land and residence ; have read-Mr. Gen! Strohm, stepson of : MORE CLOTHING, CLOTHING
may N i j Mr. F. B. f Jck tt. istead! of *on-in-law l .
either at this oSce r,r 't' Dixon & Gray'sdrug --Z. .Jtt.:_ .' J/rne:; 'pifn'y ? to
loan real: .. tip Rcbbiasi ;; -:M.. B. Eunnell. brick-layer and i CLOTHING-
tore at ;:;c. r?r (' py. to on e .l.t Apply i! AND BETTER
& Graham. Titusville. Fla.I : plasterer is prepared to take contracts
-Dont fail to write or Ke J.Wat-
I Indian River. Address i S
anywhere on
& Co. when -,a need! lime or i I IDame Rumor around i again: on the II
3 ton y< i j marriage question. and say- our reader* I all onrainuiiication* to TituTlle:! Florijda. ..- J I Than any other hou.tr.. Indian Iliv-:. ju.-t; :.-< ,.iv..-i! at t:.. F i. vjia --

cement.Mr. |I must ]look out for another marriage in I I.
t t 4 A. 1.. Hatch, cf City Point, who town shortly.j j! Captain i}. Hi-cork :m.JIr.. Stnrk.j I addiiion to our already txtensiv* STOCK: OF DRY t !' 'lY'">

left for New York lat week, was spendS I asiant ketve'Canaveral I ::g.th.in.
-Mr. and Mrs. A. Belcher have j ;
j : NOTION Etc.. Etc.
t'nt'; ch:01; .
Atlanta. Ga.. Wedneday n' the fa ,
; a few hoars in : moved into the recently occupiedby : cam? up ) r-
S cottage
: i
yesterday The ,
1:.-:. : .... ..... afternoon. owner Capt. ;
the .1. BE. i.E
Signal _
: '-"" !i i. HL-cow-k.. tr Ilorii. ciet with an a ci. CHEAPER THAN KVEK
.. -31Gu- ::nell. of East Gl1liemt: i i
dent the "th : eVinchester
}1 -Mr. E. P. Craning : -been in charge r { tartriire -
op Thur-day evening to order lumber t | 1..1:11"J l i-M "...'-.*-..,.? (.I. ". ursinjr 1 i
a !! of J.Vat:) ., s basines daring hiab- Turner: : cC G-arclncr: .
for his new residence: that he about to ; his fa.t: ktflI l.Io l.-.
e !| dice at El Dor.t and other piaceHe I ,..- .,, ... .
the Eau 1 cI -- -
erect on land he haVouch: on ): .a t&r.cn : &C :1.rl'hUI.1k I =

+ Gallie river.Me i|I returned !lay: night.1' : + ,>!k ..- tiy! J lye. r.inoay. anti thetvarmrf.r : tTEtJRi-E: )I. lf: tEl; \\. '.L'L-t.: ... : \ :: }

*-rVilIiaia TrvatScr ami Cha?. .' -It wonderful: to see the amount of : T" :}e r.:euicz. therrc: =:: avery _\.: ::.-: :-L:.,;. \ : :-
the Grand View latniiht. :'I. coming in and going nut of thi-, I RBI: :
r I. ubeu were at i 1.1:"conirerrat:.'i! at the PrebyArisnCrv G ,
t 1w They left Chicago Saturday. and I place! through Oliver & Budge the lurn-
I !: ;:!: vrl.cr': '' tie Ucv. C C. T-j.p.e:
t this inaruiuz for Eau Gal 'I 1 NIfSAND
s started grain i her and hardware dealerThev report .. .. ILA il REAL ESTATE
| i
preach v- iri
: lie. where Mr- Tr?:::It-r owna deal of i I a ; rctingi: tKxjuen: f
1 !i. .
a their sales larger than ever ; ;
hi:* from
pn I j *j tmiyj. sermon taking text i:
f : Aostract of Title: Co.
pertyJ. Brevard
( J. White i-f Palm Iach.le t j I Bradley"? FEETILIZERS are the lest ;j bk. kings lth chsp..which wa.listened I i Members of
l -.. week and fine aldeThey 1 i with i i I'. O. Ko\ WTITUSVILLE .,.
t Frankfort, Michigan, : -t I to produce vee- : combine | :rant attention.'e may also remark I

f will be absent until November. :Mr-. well with coito::.seed meal and saI ... i;!" that there i- a great improvementin BREVARD ( O. I LOI, IIi ).\.

White ha- lea at the above placeice j I i tain the plantat the fruiting stage. Call'', the choir.. which. ino doubt. largely I -- -- ---. .--- -

s; Jane, vi-itiag her mbther.J. ] at once on Geo. I,. Ruin ph. 1S-U j jj j due to the mu 1 .;:ll.e: 'J manner in which i We Buand SVI1 all klnif: K
i A. Dai>t. of Crescent City the j -If you need! firtclashrubbery or j!i Mr-: Geo. B Hump b2" worked :o keep cart:RELIABLE:.:ly---efited: Information Pt.}<:,tie- in farni-h-d all part.at of Drevard character.(.4Jr.Dt 1: :{;.;.f i .:. :t:. ; .. 0 : .'.' t'.

I v pioneer well-inker of the tate of Fl.r trees of any kind call on or :!addre J. P. j the members together. Some of tho-c i I rein Indian River.
id s. i- now tip-\ert a'nat Likeorth, Fla.. !! Turner Titu-rifle. Florida agent for i I attending think i would not be amiss :01 per;Oar facilities for the trana.tiun of a general Rid F-t.. : ..9_: ._' '.:." ::! ....:
4 where all oommunicatiucs may: be ad- | the old reliable Bidwell'Orlando Nur-1 J distribute :t few hymn book- around the I an-.t every tS;)r: riB he ::1uloetll cive |*rftettt>fat-tit+n '., :!!t.-n.i::.. I "J.11.:
.. i f' church! for the of v5tnrnn! I the +I may favor u- with their patrunae.-
i dressed and inforaiatit-n received.Cir ; *erie:*. Ail tree warranted true tnj,I .use t \t. Pr"pertir> li-ted unitthe Titlt: i iVrfttt.pecial .
'H = -C ot. Ed ,r.o.. ..f who ] name. *" regular: attendan .*. I!! atvnii .riven :.* C '!'.,nitand: Syr.Ii* at.priced .-* .!t--rir_ LJ::" r.-L-- : : ...

recently purchased a fine property in thenelshlorhood j;I -The date lor holding the town lee- i j! -Cap:. and Mr*. R. P. P.vddin':- i!i :bi'.r! : ? :--.r Ihr:;>tivt: Pamphle*.

of ckle-ige i !t { idence was tiir re:Jez'u fr.r a gay little !|
was reji--
Y .. i tiun i? drawing nigh: aid :: i- time the :i
T 1f:'& tend at 1 he Indian River Hotel on i: candidate w.u-- making: hi.appvaranet.. j jj s i ii social party fin Th rJ.y"enin;. a1 i t' -wE' R' a: M. ROBBING Prt-id-nt. W.\I TEl: -. i ,KAHAMr'

Friday last. He warn hi- way down |j I Only 1 two (.f the otiiees Irate a-plrant-- 'I j jovial: few having gathered together at I i| jBzectis'ca. ja.Tosticvot; ; of" Titlo Oo.,

the river to in-pect the improvements be- ; yet-James Sander? being in the arid! j jj '| eight; o'clock for the I puqe of indulgjing Incorporated A. D. 1SS9.

iocf made on hirecent purchae.Any .- j 1 fur mayor and the pre-eat marshal: tite I !in a friendly: :gamet-J: t-ucbre and t<, '|i ('_i. i..lL STOCK. $3.000 : FULLY JID"O': -_i. ._ I:. iKLL.:

U t er-on. de-iring information :in are informed i i- a candidate: for rfItet I amuse themseivewith! meal and in-:ru- '. _. i .. .
: hanrvfr Attracts as :Vll"-.r S ". .I f- r (.'1 ::ll.: N-.ii.Ur k- fcStMitknai
t( ,.I regard t-j Indies Iit'e--i' climate, ;t I tioa. Several aldermen are to be elected. j I: mental! muc.; : Cardrere introtiaced i i TrmiEF.r cuntinuics :Inh..trtt*. the chargtarv t-. tL"J.*

r 'P ]health and resource"-cm obtain same :' but the competitor* for a place on the j, early in the evening: an-i the company I I(i :..: ii.tr! nri-t :t..iii.'ntI and .>K:. i.l"h ..uccwding :r3 ?:tr.

f by *endin; a two cent -tasip for postage 1|I honorable board have not yet, materialj j i paired 0:1'a- ft1uwIr.! F. Budge and i|i Taxes Paid for Xon-Reitidellt .

t to .\. L. Hatch. City Point. FLo._ and receive I ized. Come gentlemen announce I I MiMay N'ilaa! 'Jf Sarferd1) Ir. J. T. j PSf Fur a ia>al!l Fte we will Ire: n.'In-reitlCnt lanai l ""'"Ik'l"-.i iar w rr> Atlant

i ? by mail a copy of pamphlet on :I: selves. Remember .the. early bird graters-s yourj j j I Sanderand Mi-* Emma Har t Ire (oft.i nyanli" inCidt-n! : :tthe l'.iyLrt.: t : Ttxtnlln-:::t"" :;.d:. ;'..":1r.-: : .. i .r In.

Brevard county, l1Ubli-- ed by the conntycomraiioier :<' the worm.3Ia ." !i Rockledge: ). Mr. Geo. Gleaaon ''r.O! Eau j Sic.Boa .. .

-' of this cc-untv. '' :'" rtft! Tim wi* called out Sunday Gallic) and Miv* Kate Paddison, Mr. 250, Titusville, Fla.MALABAR .

-The Circuit Court will convene at':'! evening about nine o'clock toarretj Geo. Paddison and Mi i.... Florence! Hardce -
I colored l named Coen who had t CIGAR FACTORY. c. orHardware. :a EiCTcR.
TIt ville next Tue--l: y. The docket''j'i\ man j ji (of RocUtdge). while Mr. C. H. Walton
'! i been unlawfully using a knife to carve i, select! a.hi- ) rF.. II. C". Marck. 2'rojirSrtor.
will! l>c veryhort, the County Court ,,| the scalp of Lee Smith:: the colored cook partner Budge,
having d..pued: of the balk of the criminal on board the :St. Lacie. The Martial: i whom he kne** :*> *w quite an adept at I :Manufacturer. ..! tine Havan;. anti Lv- and

Y business.: We understand! al<.). that |! immediately: on the track of the I card Play was entered into with great I; niesticiirar>. iraue supj.sivii:* with rl.1('
'I wouldbecaiper! and within half-an-1 I Ii ] hand made otd-. t >Herprmpty: aTfiFactorv :
k there are but few civil ca-es to disp-j-e :| *pirit and kept up for over an hour. but |I :_: ,.".
j i hour he wa-' safely lodged "in durance'vile I a: Malalrar. Fla. 2- General Produce
of. The term will probably not la-t i i I '' ," ...1)1.: : hit trial before the j how it terminated tho-e who played at
more than a few Gay. i!'|i Mayor. lie was produced Monday'' each table are i *-t able! to set,. While! I
: NAI:: L 1's
and tried for thisame wisin '
-Mr. and Mr:*. R. C. Serimgeour returned -:,' morning fighting but it !j : fullwing" another MERCHANT.
to town la.-t) night. having left i turned out the above rumor:15 not sabstantiated. +j party of young ladlewere! playing a IUE PtP R PPiv I'IOV lGE prI .
'I for the evidence went to I n u 1J l UDCUiUl l u.
few York in the -teaser Seminole Friday prove j, game of some kind on ht'ir.W;] :account I )lt61bourut-. F.ur-
J i lat arrivia z:: in Jack)nville yesterday the fact that Lee Smith: wa g* the ag2re>- I and awe occak heard : TIlE PIONEIi: 4 E.CY.I : .
I nsv something
| nor. so Mayor Atin-onrned him $1 1.f.'t I
+ .r., morni:1;. They report the passage i i iuo'wn "
a* one of the mo-t pleasant that j! and tostI ;-. abi)ut "'ante-ing up..re were under: the For term anlample' tvpii-* addre>.; HAVING Eat GHT THE !M'1ARIVEK >

RF could po-ibly be. the sea being as calm !!I -A correspondent down the river who ;: impression :ha: i: mu-t: have been poker. ei i! C'H.H.N.t311 : BAKERYWe
t and placid: a- Indian River. They both I j ha been out west. sends U* the following:: 5 5I Mr-. PaddLon. i in her u-uai magnanimous .
l look well after their northern trip.. Irt' I I honeymoon story, saying that a* Tituj j t ti manner.--i-ted' by MiKate, next I ituaville P. <-L. Drt- ..s.i i o..untFI::-.. will::l Keep .i. K:.L': ECAKES.- r'* ij

-\ l had the pleasure of sampling j jD j i+i her ville numerous has gained marriages some notoriety and anticipated through *' supplied the guest.* with refreshment-. ;j I : FRESH BREAD PIES

cupperncng; grapes from the garden j\ nuptials. it miht:: be of :1eret. For I| which was lHowecl by vocal and instrumental -! A. FROSCKER, ,

t: of Dr. Graham. Sunday afternoon, j our part we think it just a trirle too i I mu-ic by the MK- Hardee and I Florida 'I: IT.1.4. .
? i and they proved to be of an excellent j! funny to be true : but here it isA few i? Nolan Mr. feo. GleaM3n cave he company ,; Titusville, ,

; ouaHtt'"e came to conclusion' bcteli \ |l| weeks ago a newly.mrrit."flupit> arrivj a little iij-ight into the myserieof : Keep: full._'apply .if metallic and widen ''Bottlers of Sodawater, Ginger
ed at one of our western cities and touk !
j ? :
r' experience for an old English i i card : and --fI ai-o uiu Mr-. Baige.
i a room at a hotel. It wo quite evidentI: j Coffins Cases and Caskets. I
The of the is !! whose "! 'Lr: j I Ale and other Drin S.i .
adage says. proof puddincr that the party were unfamiliar with metropolitan !J :m :: : l'Qunt5J1cior: Sanders ,

,i in the eating; and we *uj-po t in this case. I j marble doors and gorgeous drav.in.1roomnut !i covered that the Inure he looked :1: itthe dens promptly executed, and 3: rco--ona-l|I ALL ODE RECEIVE PROJfTT
i like and ble Embalming dOD i I
;', -Judge A. E. Hevsor. of Oak Lawn !| your cramped-up :le able he *' rates j|
j j bare-floored Titu"ville hotels drew from I j :-- wa t j see v: solve the 1 I ATTENTION
wa- at the Indian River Hotel Wednesj j them the most injrenuou-' remark In 3' pr...Lit>natc trick The company dispers-

day night, having just returned from i I. the evening they visited the theater and j, eel to their home-: 11:3.:II!! well pleasedat What Village Wants a Store ? ;I|: s..1. BELCHEIJ A: C031PAM,

e, Philadelphiawhere he had been to hirej I{ were much astonished at it* magnificence. ; having :pent *o jolly an evening. I i j I PROPRIETOR.TITUSVILLE. .-.

help for his place.! He said he had eaten !j Nothing more was thought of the verdant ; But oh'hade: oi ... t tm. IV 'couple until about one o'clock in the : -- cur forefather these I t A _Ar.; \vita expeneiuv.. wart | FLAllNDIAN .
t, his breakfast in Philadelphia Tuesday j! morning. at which time the beam-bl ack young ladies had Another jubilee the one. rate ir.dncement j f i

I morning, and was taking: supper in Titusj j! observed the benedict seated in the hall jj j next night and they played and sang ,

4 ripeWeinesday: evening This appears i ito ii near the door of his room. He a.ktti the f until-they had had enough; of i it, and :K> 1f-lo. P. M.. Matanzas. Fla. ;

I bring our northern friend within! polisher of understanding- he could *eei retired to re-t until they >\erearoused by I I { RIVER HOTEL
i the clerk. In a few moments that indi- i the nocturnal :band
., i quite a short journey of the Indian River returning home from
I ideal was at his side, and politely asked j the other party A. L. Hatch & Son,

country. '' what was needed. 'Couldn't ""onI| Ffr 'T -The Seminole Indians are regarded \ make! me a bed_in the parlor f cried the ;' : jllf.f! ; D-JLLZES IN ,i Titusville Fla.
a, reliable weather prophets have j disconsolate i individual. 'In the parlor -- I II ,
is t cried the clerk. 'I am afraid: not.: Ii I DRY GOODS NOTIONS
predicted that we shall have unsettled j '\\;all, I would !like to hnne spread i ij ; II+i iI -:.\:-
__ weather until September 5th. when they t j down somewhere.Why t!,>u': y m no' I I

tx say there will be a change, follo1"eby into your room f asked the clerk.XI'' Hardware Crockery Saddlery. ; OPEN ALL THE YEAR ROUND.Capacity .
; 3 either a heavy rain or hard wind, after j don !like to so.' said the bashful swain. : Stationery. Family Medi. :
which : "Vh\. what's the matter f continued thclerk. I F gal tf I cines Garden Set ds. "' .
tbe"t'3ther will be clear -
for an i '
; Ha wife turned ROYAL.t -
j. your you out of j jj : I
tw y ; 4 indefinite period. This may or may not j the room '\0." said he. drawling and! CHOICE GROCERIES, I
be the cose for during the bi: freeze 1! murdering the queen's Englih.: '1m: do I i 200 Guests.

Chief Tiger Tail and his Indian braves. you* see I ha* never been spliced to anygirl i t tj 1 i Ie Hay Corn, Mapes Fertilizers.t
1; r i before and I thin' much
so t like
j to (
who were ranted just above the residence i- I <'IT'I'OIXT, FLORID.t.
j go in partickerlv: in a strange; place.: O. :
of Mr. J. O. 'Walton on the Eau i go right: in" said the clerk : 'she went 1 I I F. B. SACKETT,

Gallie river, were l".1thcdecehe..1 in j I thinklt TN'ron::." Here the door of the i, It t
their weather pro:10 tiC3tion5- It 1 room opened about an inch. and through'' 1 J. I'CITt II tr.Ii.'V. ti:. j Proprietor.This
j maybe j the aperture came voice evasinIvay- ;'ellJ' M '
I :: IiUU\VN.CAUler.
in thi } I
so case. l ing. 'Do come in Johnnie dear. I reaHy'I I II : Nenly-Buih Hou- just ML!
_ -Towards the building of the Metho J won't hurt you I've Mowed out the I II Ii Opened, is now relthto receive the pr' -
;'I i dist i Church, in Titusville, we learn that :; gas, and it's all dark hereThe odor of ; i INDIAN RIVER BANK.Titustille. tronoge of all tho>e traveling.. ta asd fc*
_ t i the Church Extension Board have donated II, the room assured the clerk: that she had I! ; Indian River.
j $-tOO. Mr. S. H. Ray $lt)) and $lwha l I foolishly 'blowed out the gas.' so to prejvent 4iU$0 j Florida.A It is delightfully k ate.l within >l'0
been subscribed by others. The I this newly-married couple from Ii jI 100 feet of the river and :1xlr' < action taken by the County Commissioner i being suffocated or blown into eternity ,I GE5ERAL BA5KING BUSINESS TRAit full benefit of the cool l Atlantic Off**

in forbidding the continued use of ,.i the clerk pushed open the door, turned SAIWED.Exchan breezes
the Courthouse for religious services and i off the cas, raised a window and return- II II I The Patronage of tfee IV>pie of *

Sunday school, ha necessitated that ,I,"iNto the hall to persuade the verdant: POWDERAbsolutely prompt attention re bought siren and to collections.sold. Special Loans and t river ipvciolly l oicited.!
active steps be taken at once to secure at j husband to r :ire"ith his wife; but negotiated on first mortiraffe for Savins TflE
least $QOO in cash, to comply with the I I would you believe it ray newlymarriedand Hanks, Corporations Individuals. Inter I TABLE ..lRYF..D"ITH ALL

4 term upon which the $-t,0 was donated.All would-be-rcarried friends of Tit,._- Pure.Tfci \dt"'ClC'es est allowed' made on time u n deposit available olsteral. I.RKErFFuR ?.
friends: of religion, mors.litywd Sunday -villc.&ll I proved bn.ness 1 1ira
arguments were fruitless,and the : ... par'disconn pea.o Strimming Pool ocd Fath-a'OiB' T
school are invited to help forward i *poster never nr;es s on all par Earn;e.
clerk was compelled to assign: the simple': ; Aratrrel of pnnty.strength f Business with alt and Arte
done plied Sulphur
t .
the These mad Ix'le oiaeEr** Hcr ecoaociicU at Jacksonville rate*.
t' good cause. gentlemen will individual a separate mom f-OC1 that his than the oniicarr. ixsds, anti cncot b* cU iaoa t Every favor, consistent with sound Water connected with the Ho:.- "** fJ .
a gladly receive donation : Rev. C. C. wife was in that niz t." There are verr i canlpi t wnh the t=Titifj3J I-T t".t short bmkbg-: cteerrollyCOSRESPOMJENTS extended. all bU -t$.
Temple. Kev. Jos. Boltoa. and Messrs few of the Titusville boys I 'ht. L na iSr ji. -T T i i; cmn
Dixon & ,. H. "greet. as : E.Ycrtc p.T.In C iv+ ya St:get. I : Bank of Jacksonville, SPECIAL THE \rF. '
Gray: :' RY: ;. that fellow out west. 1 caas.Tcri. Jacksonville. Fla.; The Seaboard: National RATES BY
Pink Sew York. OR MONTH. 1