The Florida star

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The Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Place of Publication:
Titusville Fla
S.W. Harmon
Creation Date:
July 19, 1888


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
28.591111 x -80.82


Situated on the banks of the Indian River, Titusville in Brevard County was settled in 1867 by a former Confederate officer, Henry Theodore Titus, and his wife, Mary Hopkins Titus. The town was incorporated in 1887, by which time it was already famous for its citrus and pineapple crops. The arrival of the Florida East Coast Railroad in 1892 laid the groundwork for a tourist industry as well. The Florida Star and later the East Coast Advocate and Indian River Chronicle provide a diary of these developments. The Florida Star was a weekly newspaper published by P.E. Wagner from 1880 to approximately 1882 and later by S.W. Harmon. On November 1, 1912, the newspaper moved from Titusville to Cocoa, Florida. The Florida Star ceased publication around 1917 and was succeeded in turn by the Indian River Star, which operated until 1920. Another Titusville paper, the East Coast Advocate and Indian River Chronicle began on July 13, 1900, as a continuation of the Indian River Advocate and East Coast Chronicle; the latter had been preceded by both the East Coast Advocate, edited by W.S. Graham, and the Indian River Advocate. In 1920, the East Coast Advocate and Indian River Chronicle merged with the Indian River Star and was subsequently published under the title of the Star Advocate.
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).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
Copyright Florida star. Permission granted to University of Florida to digitize and display this item for non-profit research and educational purposes. Any reuse of this item in excess of fair use or other copyright exemptions requires permission of the copyright holder.​
Resource Identifier:
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AKR0018 ( NOTIS )
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Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
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Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)


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.Minis. 'Ii'eo. 1.I'oc"din;;s of lie ('olln.-I I.ak Worth. .\ Call for ISreianl Cotmt) e

The lltest-Ha\"c a ride on the handcar Hunting turtle eggs is in season yet. Co Uutl" sInuers. Warm, Democratic Corp'n1luu. ;

? Lots of them find their way to Oak Board convened pursuant to adjournment I' But windy ; The Democratic party of Bre\ard : '

Mi* Irene Field, of Merritt, i is spending Ixxlge. Heaps of fun for the ;mosquitoes with a quorum pre-cnt. Although not wet.. county will hold a convention'at the !

a short time at Minis. and sand-flies if no one else. Ordered that the bid of Linley. Carlton Cburt-hou-e, in Titu-\'iIIl', on Wedneday :*-
The Mary B. and Bessie B. both
The worthy editor of the STAR pent The mercury i is away up aloftkip for cutting out the road from or ;( out are the 5th day of September, ISSs', at t I
.Tuesday in our !settlement. ping among the nineties, and Old Sol is near Goat Creek to St. Lucie po: office ; three clock p. in., for the purpose:: of

|la< Lillie Roberts i is at home again giving us a dose of double extract, interspersed he accepted for the sum of ::E9> per mile, I j As-istant-keeper I). .\. Allen left for I I making Democratic nominations to fill -t '

Miss time with an occasional lXNo and IKJ allowed three months to compete Jupiter on the r th. the following office- : t
: passedat
a very pleasant
and reports sunstroke reported.Old said road. Church and Sunday School :still: held State Senator from the 13th District, I

Merritt. ocean is still giving up some of The Treasurer's report was received, I II e\ery Sunday regularly. a member of House of Repre-entative r
and Mrs. Hen of La I
Brady ry, I '
Mrs. welcome callers in our her treasures. Mr. Emerick found two examined and found correct ; accepted : Mosquitoes not all here yet. Possibly from Brevard county, County Judge,

Grange, were large cans of oil similar to those cast and placed on file and warrants for the I we are not offering inducements enoughto l'lerk of the Circuit Court, up'rin- I l i

midst >t\\eek. ashore from the Panama last fall.s following amountwere:- received from draw the crowd. terxlent of Public In-traction:: County ,

Irs. Annie Carlisle employs her they are the same kind and no wreck the Treasurer and ordered destroyed :- Mr. and Mrs. It. R. McCormick and 'I Surveyor, County Aess: or of Taxe-, i -

leisure moments taking pleasant drivesin since, it i is reasonable to suppose they are Amount General Fund,......$l,13l> I son left on the Bon Ton for Jupiter, on Count.y Tax Collector, County Treasurerand
her fine new buggy. Building ...... 1;_)..f'0. I! I Sheriff also
sonic of the old stock- which has been the 7th iiist., on their way north. I ; a new Democratic j
Mrs. Albert Faber, of City Point; and out on a crui-o. Koad ...... 1UO.W.1) / : II I Executive Committee. I
Mr. James Kingsley, of Jupiter, pent
Smith and Mrs. Lmey, of Titus- Petition of X. X. Penny, Henry "'iI- Each precinct will be entitled to the m
)I lt*. The yacht Corrinne called at Mr. Xehitt's :,- a few days here early in the month but
Mrs. Annie Carlisle on and others fora continuation of road f
clUe visited : re | following number of delegates :
last week with a party of fourteenpersons went home to spend the 4th.
cently. from the from the Hogan place to the south line;, Barker's Bluff.:.....1 Haulo\er..... .....2
Ormond on Halifax. i
The Corrinne left for Ormond the
of section 14 south on City Point..3 LiGrange..4
township ,
I Roberts has returned from range j
MissMaliel: They report a most enjoyable trip so far,
i4 east and the 7th, Mr. and Mrs. X. M. Pitts going Cmawr:11..1 1 Merrill's I-land..2
was granted petition i
Anrantia, bringing with her Miss Lutie and were bound for Lake ""orUI.Ir.. filed. '! along to visit friends in that vicinity. Eau Gdlie..3 :Malabar ............1
Pidenson, who will remain with us for Xe-hitt's hydrants were brought into re- den..I 1.1ll'Ihm: rne.l

time. quisition, and appreciated for their con- Ordered that the Clerk be authorized There is a rumor of an engagement on I i Fort Drum........ 2 Xarrowi............1
Mine to advertise: for bids for the painting of'he 1' the lake ; perhaps some of our Palm Fort Fierce......... 2 RocLlcdge ........."> ,., t tlleorgiaut
Mrs.! and Miss Brown have returned to venience in filling water-casks! etc. outside of Couit-hou and outhouses Beach friends can give us the fact and I''; ...........1 I Ti t.u-,'illc...........: :;

their home at City Point. Their departure The birds have been very tame in this two coasts, door->and blind; included j I name the parties. The primaries of t.'aeltlf the above

is much regretted by the many neighborhood, particularly the "poll ies." the hoard to furnish paints and I I The testimony:: in the Harp-Hoagland j precincts to elect the amore (leleiitewill

friends thcy formed among us. Five or more have been in the habit of lx held at each voting place thereinon
oils ; the Board reserving the right to reject contest en-e lias all been taken, and RevE. J
We note the query in the SFAII relating coming for their breakfasts at Palmetto any or all bids. The hill to be inLy Hey-er and Judge J. A. McCrory Monday 20th day of August at 2 '
the (? of the Place. They call Elisie Xesbitt, who o'clock in. 1
. to gallantry ) young the first Monday in August have left for Gainesville to repre-ent the p o
officials We would takes a few crumbs or grains of corn out The following Wen
some of it have been totlmemwimilesittingomltime! "boots" the as the Democratic E\ecuti\e
possibly' may from the list; of paupers' after this date.
left in J ackoOll: \iIIe. palmetto trees, and then pecks out of her The Board extended the time to the The first home-made butter ever used Committee for each precinct, and requested -
hand after another. The female at a picnic or any other gathering on
one to arrange for the primaries in their
Our attention has been called recently \s-es-or- for completing the taale! until -
carries her in Lake Worth was present at the picnic on ,
a supply to young respective precincts. s
demonstration the first of ..\ .
(by practical' ) to some ugust.TIll' )
brake.! the 4th. It was furnished by Mr. E. B.
midst. One of real and Hauon'rII.. Nm11mlan.1.1).1'aimn,
new inventions in our petition estate owners )
----- Plunket, the owner of the onlcow on
something entirely new-in the line of a 'We Thrci Slu'ch''s. wall hands; of Precinct Xo. !."> for a the lake. Ed. Summerlin. .

other lemon of road received and Canaveral. X. Penny, Robert
toboggan slide I ; the a change was granted ,
the Star ./. J: Mr M. W. Dimick has the Indian Ran-on Orlando '
W.ithnfor by (Juarterman.RocUcdge E a
quetzi-r, or rather comlcnter.'c supjirrv :is; prayed for in the petition, and that
Three little skeetcrs mound in the rear of his house fixed up -Ljman BarrieR.I .
( > the names of the inventors as poi are we, I. K. Carter, P..1. Xevinand T. H. C.
and laid out in walks, flower bed and {'. '
i lily a patent may be desired (?) at some Nothing so small did ever you see ; Samplers: be appointed commissioners to May, B..ltatgnulcr.llalaharMrM .

future time. We leave come a long way to see; Mr. I:., \iew, mark and lay out said change without the like ; has added a rustic seat or two, I Maynard, Ed. Arnold.

----- -- And are very hungry as sure is can be. expense to the cuunt .. and christened the place "Seminole I )I'lhonml'I: ,.. (;ibb-, I). \\". McQuaig. ( #
Canaveral. Park," and a pleasant, cosy nook it H.Mr. .
Here we are-tail, beak and all, The following accounts were credited j '
Indications:- of a coming rainy season And don't we intend to make a haul ? anti ordered to be paid :- Joseph .Jenkins' friends are congratulating Barker's IHuf1Kitt."hin: ; Dempscy

this kens daily. Yes and pop in your oflice to make S.? H. Ray. S71MW.; ) him on his first child, a son, Cain, Paul Kroegel.Titmville .

Fire deer and three I bears have been call, u .............................. ]1.23.: I horn June 27th, at Orlando where his -:S:. II R T. Frank Reed,

seen near the liglmt; -house trail during the: But, oh dear, no not a bit to loll. Oliver fc Budge-< wife i is at present on a visit to her E, B. Wager.Narrow .

pit week. .1. M. Xettle. ;.(.00.I. ) parents. "Happy" is about the right -*-J. P. ( ;Jrey, Jom.T. LnRocho
To tell here we came from vilineyerho, word to tell how Joe feels now to j judge Noah A set-: .
[. 1 Co. ..00.W. .
Weather being favorable all hands are Manufacturing '
Oh for that would
no, we always rue ; !
expected to up the H\ulo\er inlet I It. :Sanders: r,S."j. from the smile on his face. Fort Irunm-Morgan :Swain, henry
open Hut little word
we'Jljuoit whisper a to you, .
this coming \\eek. .\. .1. Carter, t..GO. Work is progressing on Mr. A. E. Heyscr's Holme .J. T. Padgett. ;
There lot behind which is noth
are a Us,
(f. ]l. Itumph. 2.00. new hotel as fast as the lumber can City Point-.J. D. T&tter, T. R. nixon :
The route of the Canaveral and South new. ,
E. "". .) be procured. Lumber has been ordered 1:. A. Hardee.Merrritt's .
Florida"Ilailroad has been located about
They are small, but very, very strong : Io: lan -J. II SamsW.. R.Sander's .
B R. \Vilson,. 10.7.-). for another hotel, to be erected by Capt.H. .
1 15: miles this eek.
Oh and full of
yes very song ; J. J.. : 2r..00.S. P. Dye, on his east side place. Hotel J. R. Carter.
Turtle eggs arc very plentiful this :season ; But the folks tell them it won't be for F. Gray. 29.80. accommodations promise to be abundant Eau; Galllie: -B. J. Stewart, H. I:.
and to this time have showed I long, I
up Olmstead, T. J. Snell.
P. Hatchett Co.,. D.:. j.Ja this coming:eason.
no signs i of abatement. For by September they all have to he r
Georgiana-Allen Kx the Charlie )In-
SAM. ,
-. Sanders,. 2C;.;>0.
In of weather gone.1)o gruder, Iufusttwart.:: .
spite extremely dry :Mrs. Bailey,. 8.00. --- -

orange trees are looking: well and have a you know we can put a big man out M. 5j. Jones,. 'r50. Luna to Get a Black E3"('. LaGrange-Thomas- Johnson, A. I.

good setting of young fruit. And make the youngsters squall and Mrs. Futch. :{G.OO. The approaching eclipse; of the moon I Carter Perry Day.

Frank Wilson killed a fine buck deer shoutYes ; 1-:. II. Covar, 82.oO. visible upon this continent next Sunday Fort _Pierce T. J. DeStenben, J. S. ,

and could have exterminated more had and put fifty women all to rout,- O. F. Laney, 2100. I night. is attracting great deal of atten I Bell, ,, W. LayjortEden '

the weather been more favorable to keeping Ah we all know what we are about. .1 as. E. Bowman. SO.OO. tion. Seientillic authorities state that -Thomas E Richards} II. IxTburnau. >

meat fresh.: Don't you believe it when tht'YY A. A. Stewart. :Sl.OO. I this eclipse i is a repetition of that of July I .

12, 1S70. The present eclipse i-l\- D. I.. ( .t 1't.tFN, Chairman.
The progress of the Titusville artesian; At Rocklcdge none of us there stay ; T. ,\p. fc-mith,. S.OO. very

well is watched as keenly here ain your Now, just for a joke, ask Capt. May, In considering the application of the heavy one, its magnitude being as ISo I H. F. ATKixs>y, Secretary f

ton, and one returning from. the Or, if he is not at home, try Mr. Kay. C. & S.. F. Ry. Co. endorsement, the is to-1 the diameter of the moon.
every Board decided that it would at the The time of the phases are as follows-: I Nearly :?,flO() Ktrrels of sea shells, to I
"hub' rejoice .
j is I
eagerly questioned; concerningthe From whence ask of
we came,
fcame.A the"hite/ accomplishment. of the designs set forthin Moon enters penumbra July 22, !):50i:3 I be used in the foundation of the big hc-

the prospectus: of said -ompany'and p. m. ; moon enters shadow July 22, 10: tel at Tampa, have already been de1rosd-
On the subject he can throw lotsof light ;
black bass, which came into the I T 4o total ted at the building site and Hanson
that said p. m. ; eclip-e begins July 22, : Capt. -
puhouse Yes, and tell where we bite with all our earnestly hope company may
w hue pond two or three years since, mightAnd speedily accomplish the purpose of their 11,53:4 p. in. ; middle of the eclipse July is hard at work with the steamer

increased Milliciently to furnish! sing and sing the li\e-long night. incorporation, but the Board is precluded 2 3, 1I-14tao: m. total eclipse end July 23: ; Ho-tetterand two lighters l bringing moro
good port and good eating for those who I 1:1i:8: leaves shadow 23: as fast as posible.A .
law from credit a. m.; moon uly ,
will fish for them. Well, g odhoIr.. II., we fall into line, by giving anypacific or I
I I And on"we are gone until eighty-nine. endorsement:: to any peronsave their I 2:34.0::: a. m. ; m"olllel\.c+ l'nmuhr:1July colored man attempted to jump uj'-

tae Some cans of unrefined oil were found When you had better believe we are on authorized agents appointed by them in I 23. 3:33:7 a. m. I ou the carat CarrabelleTuesday"> while

on the beach by: Mr. Franklin on timeTo the service of the county. Done and j A scientific explanation of the phenomena in motion. His foot slipped and oi
Tuesday; morning. They are, probably, give me good nip, for fun, will befine. ordered in open :-e: :ion, and the Clerk ( of the eclipse is always po ible thp wheels of the car struck his: leg. just

part of the cargo jettisoned by the was instructed to forward a copy of this i but frequently ab-truse. The variations below the knee tearing off the jie-h.
a i
earner Panama, showing signs: of hav- --- order to X. X. Penny, It q., president of'' in coloring of the disk rangefrom a The car wa thrown from the track, but

in; been in the water many months. A joke is told on one Stanford's merchant the C. & S. F. Ry. Co. I I bright copper hue-ascribed by the Indians I i the man's I leg was not broken.

He had lot of watermelons __ ___ _____
Further *. a to the fact that the Great Spirit --0
south, on the beach, a good The Board then adjourned until the
many turtle that he could not sell, and in order to was with them-to deep sombre :\OTICI;.
have been killed, which is fir-t Monday in Augu-t, ISSs. IAt i angry a
"roD ; and wasteful, as in the most cases get rid of them, left them in front of I I gray. The fyitntifir Aintrimii explains ]I To alt whom it may concent.

the larger part of the turtle is discarded i his! store Wednesday night but when he Tampa, Saturday, piling and! other j the color variation by stating that the j[ Take notice. that six weeks afterdate

and if a turtle is !left alone she will lay went down Thursday morning, he found I material began arming which will beued -unlight grazing the earth's atmosphere I will apply to the HouorahU Elinor ..
enough in them all there much to his chagrin. i i is refracted into the earth's shadow and'1 .Jone=. county judge, of Hre\ rl1 county.
egs make
: a season: to more in constructing a track on which to m i
j Florida at his otlice. in county., for
food than> Robles of Tampa has given the :II the light on the moon is the result. If
1. killing her. Joseph move the Plant :Steamship Company'sTaumpxt I I I : letters I oi administration to the estate ofi
On Friday evening the U.S. steamer process for packing oranges in dry sand ofiicts and warehouses a*In re. the atmosphere, be pure and cloudlet i Edward ( iiL oll. late oi aid county de-

\\lstcria arrived off Cape Canaveral, to keep them a fair trial, and it has proven They wil''! be put on the platform adjoining I.: the moon will present the reddish, coppery I t! cca Dated ed. tlii Ittth day U .1nly..1. I).

lan ing the storey etc., next morning, very satisfactory. The first:: part of the outh Florida Ry. freight depot. hue. If it be full of clouds and : 1. ..".

ring on Kurd Inspector Hitchcock, la-t December he packed about thirty ina and probably be u-ed by the railroadroml'my. j vapor the moon will pre' -eut a darker t I 13. WIJ.UAM Gm ox

n" Capt. Lambcrton box of dry sand. One end of it got It is the intention of the i i hue or become a pronounced gray in col i -- -
who liii'I
has been ret li : : i-.
4 coved vet.As a natural consequence all the oranges steamship to move their main or.
other : company ;
duties. j '
I-nmber- I I
Capt. t Under and bvirtur of order isI
;ton's in that end of the box rotted but '! ': Astronomers leave that in an -
removal ; office to Port Tampa but they will probably a theory
from this station i i.. rejretteel I sued out of the Justices Court of the
.' kv all who know (ism.There I the others were: preserved just as good m| have a branch in the railroad otiice. i, IsM when the moon was entirelyy invisible I Honorable II. F..1kimi-on..hutke of

condition as they were when fre-hly:: pull- i i A wonderful transformation:: will! soon : during totality, a rare occurrence, the j' the Peace in and f ht tits 2nd district i of
have been; led.I i owned I great eruption of Krakatoa, Aug. 26 Iss3 Hievaul ('uulit v State of Florida in u
tree more orange and fruit I j take place on the ricer front by : had filled the universal atmosphere with 1! certain suit therein depending wherein

tban .Planted in Polk county this:- year I A. 1) Brigham, Orlando has in poses- I the railroad company. They will have a ''an impalpable du-t and vapor, which t Robert Morrow ii plaintiff and ftlierrardE -

, r getable In any two preceding year The I ion and wears as a watch charm one of the I i row of piling put down at the outer edge j, were thick enough however, to act as an ;! public-auction Robert i tho highest I will and sell bet at

producers haw increased shipaCrdius Tippecanoe medals used:: in Harri-on's a jof their water lot, which is on theedge obstruction and prevent any view of theeclipse. 1 bidder for cash on Tile-day the 20th

sects to freight receipts,, I campaign in 1S41. It is about the size of of the channel and fill in the 1 The forthcoming: eclipse' will l he day of July A. l>. lS,....1.< in front of the
< more of interest it will settle thi
as theory.
than Los I per (-('nt. the I of dollar i is made of between the piling and the present I : Court House door in the town of TIUS-
during Minethan a silver quarter a space As the time of the eclipse is 3h. 40m.,
I ville. in said County within the ItgalI ;
t < 1.. rOod. More 200 acres of tobacco m>I | brass, one side i bears the portrait of Wilj lI l- I i t !shore line with earth or rock, thus regain- i i! an excellent opportunity will be offered !I hours of sale the following described

1 : aaint It.e iH.\-n grown successfully this year,,, j liam Henry Harrison, with his name in i ing many feet of very valuable land amid for those- enamored of stargazing: to witness I property to wit : thirteen ((13)) head of
.&: It'1o.'i thrum sideI i in the least navigation. this unu phenomenon. If a tel- I cattle l levied upon as the property of
" i twcn1Iio.t.. The a\"er.. a circle around its edge, the reverse I not impeding i,
g yield I '1 e-cope cannot be made use, of an ordinary the said Sherrard E. Roberts defendant
,. kx. tlf strawberries has exceeded I having impressed upon it the typical log I On this '"made" land will be erected one of I opera glass. will be found to be an excellent J. E. BOW3IAX.blieritf .

.. per acre. The demand for farming j'; :' cabin of the Tipi ecanoc campaign and.the i i the bad Il11.-t depots hi the south- i aid in the proper inspection of of Brevard onnty.Dated .

f" incrcmim g dailv. !i date 1841. probably of brick. i the eclipse. this IGth day of July .\. I>. IS3Y.

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I Before the hunt was over I had a .
-- C. Starch. I'roprletor.Manufacturer Barrels
Visions Which Appear to Overworked Au- Ignorance and Msspent Energy-Take the chance to try him on bear and he wa $2.25.

I thors-VTIlkie Collins "Grern Woman." World a Little Easier.If I! the best bear dog of his size 1 have ever of fine Havana and Domestic Gauged to order ten cents extra.

I at 30 or 85 you expect to be been out with. His hunting weight was Cigars. Trade supplied with fine

contemporary an old man or woman at 55. you will j about forty pounds; but at times he hand mad good:o:. Orders promptly filled. Wheelwrighting and Repairing

! i series devoted to "London as a Literary I be one because the mind makes the j' weighed five pounds less. When an able Factory at :\Iala ar. Fla. 2S C. O. B.

Center." published in Haqx>r's Magazine.3Ir. material correspondence of whatever I bodied bear has been thoroughly fright --- ----- -----
I' Bowker mentions some ingular instance it sets itself permanently upon. Any j ened and has made up his mind to leave Honey barrel and Oval Water Kresker
the rather than climb it 1 5,000 Budded Trees For SaleAt from >2. H) up.
; of delusive visions that were ap- person continually in fear of somethingwill I country a tree

parent to overworked authors. These !j bear the marks of such fear gravenin takes a pretty smart dog to stop him until 'I Low Prices. Tanks:

apparitions were the figments of imaginations his or her face. If you so look forward I the hunter can catch up for a shot.

r that instinctively !sought rest in I j I to such decay of the body as a thing but Pete would often do it. Not 60,000 in Nursery. and all kinds ot COOPER WOHK to order

variety, conjuring up. without traceable I that must come it will come. People! always though: For the bear has T. JOH.VSOX.LnGrnnze. : .
II. tfllARPE
cause or connection, shapes alien to the j who keep young in their mind show it '! a shrewd way of dragging his Apply to W. :

theme on which the author minds were' in the condition of their bodies. Three nemy through the worst possible City Point Fla. : Florid

bent hut enduring only until rest from fourths of our people look the old man \ tangles ot brier and laurel brake or Opened for the

't the laborious pursuit of that subject was or old woman at 60 because they have I[ knocking him loose against fallen timber S F. GiL\Y. Season.

Knight and fr.und. always received it as an inevitable necessity rocks etc. But his most effective ruse teT\ man who i is intm-ted in his U'itD

WhenYilkie Collins used to give over from which there was no possible : is to drag the dog into a tangle; of undergrowth welfare will K' pUad to know iha

to his toilsome composition anti the I escape that they must be on the down- j and then throw himself over Watch Maker and Jeweller.

seven fold revision to which he faithfully bill side of life at that age. It is to them with a sudden back flop, reaching out Shin at John ,I. Pius Drug Store, Titnsville, ITa ANDREW GIBSON

adhered the hours between midnight a "law of nature. i and striking savagely with his fore paws; ALL AVOUK WAUKAXTEIi. Keeps the finest oyster* to be found uTitu.t
: and dawn, he had an unlovely It is for them only the law of ignor- or. to reverse the operation he will sud-
familiar-a green woman with "tusk ance. There are etili a great many "laws \ denly drop his nose between his forelegs -- ----------- "Ille.

teeth," who stood at a particular spot on of nature" of which we know little or and change ends, which draws the dog NA tT.IA NS AND SiUVKl: IX 511 1.1: TO Stir I'\T ;OXJ.0 .

the stair landing and closed his vigils by I nothing. To "impossible"' to the j, over and within reach of his claws andit -

r the ghoulish salute of biting hi* she udder. I idea that people cannot live longer than is a wise and wary dog that escapes all NEWSPAPER SUBSCRIPTION AGENCY and Cake
Plain made
; i Other uncanny shapes there were-not I the present average of life, and at the I these tricks. Whence it sometimes happens Fancy to onler

of "the witching hour of night when same time be strong and healthy at a that Pete was left on the trail so TIIK PlOXCnil .\(a'CY.. linker Err'wlrr"JJ' fm hnml.Also .

.' churchyards yawn" but coming with I "great age. is to put ourselves in the < utterly beaten and exhausted that he bad For terms and sample copies addressCIIAS. a first-cla arber shop attach*}.

;j the struggle of gray dawn with lletingdarkness. : long catalogue of past dunces who said it J' to bo helped into the camp. This however Meals at all hours; from ft a. 11 p.a
But this flesh tasting femalewas was impossible for steam to propel cars : was rarely the case : II. NAUMAN, fatties ilfsiriifi to leave on morning aul
and for The bear when attacked and boats and hacks will please note this.
the one that persisted in her ghostly ships or electricity to carry : Haulover P. O.. Urevard county, Fla.DELIYIOMCO .
warning until her spectral perseverance news Every generation finds out ]I sharply bitten would usually take the

forced the author (:f "The "Woman in some new j power in nature and all of I! nearest large tree he came to, where. 7 THE SLOOP AGNES. "
White" to cease turning night into day. nature's unrecognized powers are not |! with coolness and skill he could be easily pX..:Tj: vIS: .

After David Christie Murray had confined to the propelling of machinery I approached and shot. If only a slight commanded I by

passed through those experiences as It is a great aid to the preservation of I wound were inflicted he was apt to come HOTEL C.AP'I'.AlNIOllN McI.KAX.

t journalist. pedestrian and war correspondent youth and vigor to be able to sit still and :| down with a heavy thump 'gather himself Makes regular trip on Indian: Ili\>r.

that supplied the scenes and keep still in mind as well as in body !i up and commence to emigrate in SHE CAKKIKS A FILL M IM'LY OF

experience made vivid in the pages of when there is really nothing to do. because dead earnest in which it took a good COCOA. DI.\ IUVL15. rL.e"ly .\. Groceries, Dry Goods

i "A Life's Atonement," "Joseph's Coat," in such condition mind and body 1 "bear team" to stop him and Pete was a
Good Table.
"Val Strange"* and "Aunt Rachel" there are recuperating and tilling up with new j team by himself. I have known him to :\ Fnraished looms Caltltet! ( iootN

accompanied the production of force. The body is not fed with material seize a bear by the ham and hang his Terms 82 per Day. Hats, Boots and Shoes,

"Schwartz, a History," a halberdier, food alone. There are other element j' hold with legs stiffly braced, until he
dressed in red and black and bearing an now little recognized, which act upon it was dragged more than 100 yards at a r f.: Special rates by the week or mouth. Ladies' Shoes in great variety: ; l'rintsall l

ax with which he threatened the writer and give it strength and the grand 1 stretch. He had a very creditable score new pattern* at low price

i L from behind. Murray laughed; at his. source and means for receiving these lie !| on bear scalps as I subsequently learned \\3I. JAHVIS, Prop'r. Reaiy-inacte ClotMiif Toilet Artiste 1

phantom which in no wise lore relationto partly in that mental and physical i though we only got after three beat The Xt ti-t J1o"s'to."unlitrit IstnJing. ,
the story he had in hand, nor to any quietude of mind which acts only whenit while he was with me two of which got < \OTIO.\S.

f other in hi:, mind, and looked for his has full power to act. If. then, wis- I away. These two were wary old pig For the cash only >JMai
wrath to ill-appear under the influence dow guides action either by brain or thieves who knew all about dogs;: and WM. H. SHARPE, ch 13; 4e'; Cm.
hand a deal would sooner die than be treed. In each
b of simple for the cure of head and great more w accomplished
stomach. But a wise physician chidcd and a balance of life's force? is* kept in i J case they wore the dog out and left him C. II. SCOTT.

'f him. "My friend that way lies madness reserveIn i on the trail in a half day's run, while the REAL ESTATE AGENT IA "TI.UNHAIIMHIKSSINC

. ,'* anti sent the author to.six months'rest Una age of rush, hurry and tuml [ hunter with his best efforts, could not SALOON.

1 in rustic scenes. The halberdier ling over each other thousand* imagineit's i get near enough for a shot.--Forest and

vanished, but other visions still came necessary to be doing something allone's t Stream. FOR
I If want clean and >have,
a easy
once in a while at the end of long tasks waking, or. we will say business, you
1 : Au Amateur Champion on Walking As clean as IJirl'l'rl'\"l'r gave,
hours to attain Leisure i almosta
with little rest. success =? CITY POINT.Lands .
1 The fundamental of fair Jut call on me at my aIiMin,
sin. This is a mistake. Thousands principle j
It is characteristic of these hallucinations great
i on thousands tiJ"eso "doing" all the walking is that one foot must be on the At morning, eve, or afternoon. .
that intrude the of literary
on p-try time. What does their "doing" amount ground all the time, this is imperative as sold on long time with intere-t, or I'll cut and comb your hair with gnat t-
invention that till'mrl.h'. if
, ever on the lease system, or for ca*h.. Touit the contour of la v
tof A pittance, a bare subsistence and can be easily demonstrated by trial. A your :
result in erntane'nt mental alienation.
.: I why ; violation of' this rule must iwuJt in a To YOU I'll give a good *Iiani|>n .,
They are merciful goblin, kind gentle I The of which i known t.. tee.My .
ghosts, who warn the worker ,.>f healthy' Because there i te no discretion as to i run, another idea on which judges Land* cleared and planted, and cared for art *

mind for his own hllOl1. that his mentalhealth what the person'? force Ls put upon One !should: lay great stress is that the knees if desired ; hy contract or otherwise. !sciors sharp, my r3wr'okn'll,
i must not bo bent when the feet strike )11101' is a neat and t-tam
her 4" | ways
'' IK preserved to him for his woman wears: body out at in pol
own advantage may )and the benefit and ploasun islimloves, scrubbing tinware and ', the ground and remain rigid until after defer to E. M. l>ree>e, Detroit, Mich.; And'everything I'm Burr joifll find.
they leave it. This Is absolutely neces Fla. IJ. V. To snit the tate and pease thfAnd mill.l.
of mankind. Wilkif: Collins at 01 I hundred: of other little jot>. Her mind | Jno. C. Norwood, Tituville, ; }
is still a systematic worker.vlioe creations I is all atsorl in these details. Another sary in fast walking although a man can and J. StraTazcwell:: Court Home, Va.; now to all who patronize intfiuJ.!
I i walk faaJy: with hid knees bent if he Canada for JiM and bring \oiir iri .n.-! .
' charm the reading \\oild. Decades one sit? quietly amid an idea comes to her and A. Becker, Montreal, come along
have passed since the woman last I whereby all this work may be accomplished !i tries tu, but nothing can be more awkward whom I have made groves.Importailt And I ao:-onrt.11I I will! try
green : without ellort 01 urnatural. This rule: n'ivi I My very ht*t to satNfv.: : 1101:7
lit his j-houlder: and Murray ha written any physical on .
her and those who do nothing [ tales a third which is that the I hitch of
charming tales since he last part by can -
many else. She is the i the forward toot strikes tho ground to All The Strawberry
felt the presence of that grim haIl l'rllil'r. : more likely preserve t
I simultaneously as the toe of the rear foot HOFFMAN'S
nee health and Health andvigoi
The author's delusions are those of over- vigor. This For the Sonti
leaves it. gives rise to the popular
the of |
belongings a relatively
of exercise.
pursuit healthy They are
i expression "heel and toe walking Most I'fodurtivf. larf.-t-. uf
not like the cruel and unforgiving punishments |*rtect maturity and that i? even more The most important crop ill South SEEDLINGUnequalled f
; who observes the three fore-
i that follow excessive physical; attractive than what i is generally called Any one the bet quality and !
youth. I j going rules will walk fairly. Florida is the Orange: crop, and every
dissipation. They are only the piovidential -
I I Now, to attain the speed which is to for Market.
monitions that enforce on those It is thi3 habit of mind which keeps -11uultllIltlcanlr to secure a good
their bring fame to the candidate for pedestrian I offer troiitf plaLtn. in Urge amid -aall lr.azL
intellects the world ran least the I people perpetually swinging legs .
old lesson spare and feet or beating tattoos with their | honors, he will have to acquire the variety of orange in planting a grove. ties at rf a.- )nal>lTATLKY 'nc.-il.1 and ..l.ti'.t111.1}
: <;AVAs"
I finger nails. All this is useless! of | "hip motion. It is a well known axiom moil:". ti "t!..I"''"
\aturam cxp lla*, fll rea. ir.trat fenastnm.New outlay I To do this, and get such fruit :.s have l.KKs; all the tlit r'1'OK-IM
: that line is the shortest distance 1)11.11:1'
"a straight IOf
force as much as sawing wood To sit | plant* forty \"an.Ins
York: Star. between and therefore of State TIII: MMONI.IMK, rte. __
1 still and center yourself on what is goingon two )points' taken premium at many our -

around or. If you can when there is : quite patent that if the feet strike the Fairs antI at the New Orleans Exposition Address PUETt
r i HP Is UN! Own IJIVTJIT.You AllXOLD ,
in line the
ground exactly a straight
do think
nothing to as nearly nothing as ,
ask me why I always insist on possible, and if you can doze or go into a greatest possible distance will be covered. buy jour tree from C. B. )IarulI'r C.r..nlant). Iu\al ("uuut,. .1"! .rIJ.L.'. I IJ"ullo.
being my own lawyer, and why I have This is in
I accomplished walking by
waking dream is to store up strength t1 Son. llncklcttee. Fla. :>0tf i
I general for lawyt rs. It is ;
repugnance tor future effort be that effort mental crossing the feet in front of each other
or --------------- -------
just this The mass of mankind are helpless j physical. Prentice Mulford in New which brings the weight of the body all SANTA LUCIA

l when they get mixed up in a lawsuit York Star. ternately each hip producing the "hip Passenger Department.
and the lawyer, knowing this, takes I' motion." This should be exaggerated at

11 advantage of the circumstances and the I Sot !So :Mach Food NetdM first until the principle is thoroughly DeBARY & PEOPLE'S LINESTEAJ.WEB.S. Is located in tliatina: ';ninV''irt Troliru an:.J 1

; laws, too, are admirably adapted to aid \ As a matter ot fact the quantity of ; familiar, and should then be modified to Forest that lies between tIlt Inllian off.

l the lawyer in preying iifton the rest of flesh forming food required for the bodily suit the style of the individual.. A. I St. Lucie lUvers, stud >* laid ai.V:':
: threeblocks
r mankind. When an estate is to IH? I Ware in New York streets sixty feet wide into
wants::: mall, beyond all the ordinary Mail and Express. HUM*
titioned the law gives the lawyer his par-I prevailing conception on the subject. i i .'" and smaller actual lots. which settler 'Bill
sold reasonably
centage. sometimes a very large Must people would wonder it they could I iicphaut as Esecatlouer wiiiterlcssaiidfrostles'. gad u

depending upon the size of the estate. I see the enormous amount of work an Indian !f Elephants were kept by the kings of in region the land is of the cocoanut andp"1"where ';'
When a divorce suit is to be commenced
do handful of and Burmah executioners. When criminals
can on a mere rice as all the Tropical :Fruits
the husband is always decreed to pay the j I a tew dates. But their wonder would be I condemned to die for trC'.lSOn-often Address with stamp>>,
I r
1 lawyer who defends the wife. I;I increased if in the physiological laboratory innocent persons who were wealthy and I
If a receiver is appointed, the rt"Cein'rI shown and I desired their DaAc Cas
they were made to understand the monarch : treasures for W. H. annul
must have a lawyer, and the court gives BARER ,
three facts. 1 The exceedingly himself were brought out of prison to of Jacksonville
the lawyer a percentage of the assets' I l small amount of flesh forming matter I make a public spectacle for the populace City FLOHIDA. ;:

The same rule applies to assignments and that is called for to make up the waste of I and so strike terror to the hearts of theking's CAPTAIN W. A. SUA'\..

assignees. If a man is to be declared insane the muscular organs 2. The enormous !: enemies, they were executed by FLORIDA.
the court appoints a lawyer amicus amount of wasted material which is these elephants. Each one would catch Daily from Jacksonville except Saturday. THE MUSIC HOUSE OF

curia, and he must be paid out of the I thrown off or laid by without ever havingbeen i hold ot a condemned man by the neck

property of the insane I>t rson. Why, applied to any useful purpose in the with his trunk lift him ofT the ground. EL B. [Plant,

the whole vocation of a lawyer is to I body 3. The tremendous measure of I i give a sudden jerk like flicking a whip CAPT. I. C. HALL

t divide up and appropriate other people'sproperty living, energy that has been expended in then tread him to a jelly beneath his .1\ B. CAMPBELL

) and they do it with a nonchalance i throwing off from the body substances I great feet. Sometimes the elephants knelt Daily from Sanford except Sunday. ; .

; that is simply amazing. Well, I i which ought never to have been put : upon the criminals and kneaded them to Fla.
have made up my mind that while they I Jacksonville,
I into it. pulp. -San Francisco Chronicle. ON ST. JOHN'S RIVER.
get some of after I
may my property am I In very plain words yet"cry true

dead they never" will get any of it whileI whenever we add dead flesh to living Injurious to the Eyesight. ScheduleMay29, IS."' 7.bVTH. .

am alive.-\Villiani Zeppenfeld in : beyond the bare necessity we are imposing Riding upon the elevated roads is said ,
Glol.. Ikmocrat. LA\DI\Gj; "ORTH.Lea'e.
I a tax on our own active existence :( to be injurious to the eyesight. With Arrive. I will Sell and Deliver at your

I Benjamin Ward Richardson in Long t! each passing train a quantity of dust and 3 :.O) I'm Jacksonville Tocoi 6:30 l.uve.a m3mf station First-Class

Russia ''''*he* Her Hands of Bulgaria. man's. i cinders is:: blown through the cars when IOII I'm pm.- Pal atka .- 12:30 ami

LOXDOX, July 9.-Official dispatches from i ; windows or doors are open and also a '. : o pm Rollutou 11-10 pm'lOJ PIANOS
St. Petersburg state that M. De Giers, the I Fair Hair Slowly 11f.xppearing. far more dangerous form of flying particles : pm. Welak 10:10 p m
12:00 d t. Georgetown
m 9:10
Russian prime minister, on December 17 Statistics: would show that pm
: seem to j in the shape of minute chips from 12:5 am. "olusia '::15 m
last, informed Sir R. B. Morler, the British I brunettes successful in obtaining 41:0 I OB
are more the rails. The habit of looking out of am. Astor ;:JO pm
ambassador, that the Bulgarians might do i husbands in proportion of about three I the window, which so many indulge in, 4:45 am. DeLand Iandiug. 5.00 p m R.G.A.l'TBs
5:0: Blue
am. Spring -It5
anything and everything they pleased, from to two. Poets have I p m
a proverbial preference is also deleterious. The objects seen are \rrive.OO
each others throats to declaring i! :.-
cutting for fair hair; no poem is complete i' so near, and so rapidly passed, that the : am. Enterprise 2.3l: p m otter GocK :: to
their country an empire. Russia, M. De PtJ'am R1nror.J.Citnarr 1 :> than any tt
: opmP.30 FOR LJ:S MONEY
without a flaxen haired maid; but pro- : constant change is very trying to the I Sanford jt11ar.r.e u.Jt"\ypl S
Giers declared, would not move a finger to i am. S. F. It. It. 1:45 p mCn..rerrossAt United suu I atay.
saic mortals: in search of a wife seem 1 eyesight. In riding upon the surface be reprewnU-d. I \\ill.hIP* \S .a
a prevent them troin following; their own inclinations as D r.J
and would wash her hands of the I upon the whole, to prefer the brown and j railroads the case is different, as the ob- I : : Tocoi with Sl Johns Railroad; any Lon -t man or 'OIIIID frrlght( b( Sala caak aJ'

whole concern. The ambassador is of the the black. According to Dr. Beddoe. i' jects seen are comparatively distant, and I at ton Palatka with with t. John's Florida: and Southern Halifax Railway River;at lUiilroad.Uolles- cash satisfactory and J10. a I month on J a J'ilD}ftl eJ

opinion that Russia does not intend to provoke I the result of this "conjugal selection} are, therefore, within range of vision for I at Astor with St John and Lake Enstls Railway; ?;5 a month on an Organ ulll-- ef Srad!.'
war. It is assumed that iL Da Giers appears to be that in some parts of England -i a much longer time.-New York Sun. I at IteLacd Tending with DeLand and St Johns more than ordinary restO1tNrdeIIt >zat.
Railroad; at line Spring with B. S., O. C. and A. terms anyone can c"-n tuU tIIlet At'I
would not at that time or at ther admitan fair hair is slowly disappearing Railway; at Enterprise with A. C., St. J. &: I. R. FREE CATALOGUE conuic1Dt Cduh tt.t
intention to provoke war by aa interference while dark hair is becoming more prevalent. -| A table prepared for a workingman'3 I Railroad for Titnsnlle; at Sanford T,i.tb trains of I sheet 1lu8ic. Strtngsl'iohnand ]JIIIJOiI.a1 h:1 ;
in Belgarla until Russia is ready and I .-London Hospital. j: society in Leipsic represents that the loss the S. F. Railroad for Tampa; at Taru-j' with the cordeoni m lcW prices' ...a..
steamer MARGARET, of the Plant steamship Line, that is mule, and at my ltect }..
conditions favorable for breaking the different of the I 20 M ; It CZ
are -- i of parts body reduces the j I for Points on Tampa Bay and Manatee later; also I bare > ,
peace j A High Priced Manuscript.The j capacity of gaining a living in the following -' with the Plant Steamship Line steamships .1ueIcatloeent ir c 'I-y- '...OfOJooU".000t Dtt"" :'
I OLIVETTE and MAsCOTTE 10 cent ir copyVocal n
Key west and Music at '
U the \Vlute 1'.11.. valuable preocntages: Loss of both lIu"U yded.'tscents.
Who I most manuscript in this eyes IIa\an every Monday and Thursday arriving atSey and 1nlitrnmrl1tal IDUliC 1'0 b
ALEVAXDRIA, July 9.-Zoo*>i r Pasha country, judging from the price paid, i; i or arms, or hands, or legs, or feet, 100; West Tuesday and Friday, and Havana Wednesday Any piece of beet b tr.rnce-r.. .pada S 7tto50rerctntUlowpnbh .1 Upif'Ce8

i thinks that the whi 'pa.ha. peen in the in the possession of John Jacob Astor. It I loss of right hand, 40; of the right Wednesday and Saturday.and Saturday.C. Returning. leaves Havana each sheet mn.ic ,ut,

t region of Bahr Ghazel is not Stanley, but is the Sforza Missal, for which $1.50: thumb, 33 1-3; of one eye, 22; of the left every C4talogut' fl,'"

I Emin Pasha. He, Emin Pasha, told Zbehr'a was paid. It is dated in the Fifteenth century thumb, or right index finger, 14; of left HALE.General Pa>secger Agent, DvBary Line A. B. Campbell' JttL..vD\"iIlt' urMention
messengers that if pressed he would and comprises 484 pages; of vellum index, or any other finger of the left "
strike for Bahr Ghazel, where the people are hand, Arkansaw Traveler. W. -r. DAVIDSON ( this i-aperj
bound in red morocco.- York Evening Genera Traffic Agtct, People's Line.
hostile the mabdi
to A\ odd.


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: Don'tlet
baftk is seen on F. Irwin. of Oswego N. Y. $10,000 : that cold of yours run on. You thinkit
undraped many paid Topics of the Times Given in a Tere an I I
The..nwns the best houses. for a r. ble. is a light tiring. But it may run into '
from :Manner :
!ltra.iring.. new i ib I Spicy catarrh Avenue uar the Kailr: .-aJ.:
and its cousin gerrnan, terra cotta. are One of the business colleges in Cleveland Mrs. Maj. McKinley is dangerously ill. I j or pneumonia, or consumption.
UBed Catarrh is
i disgustilig, pneumonia is ,
Such; liked for long seaside wraps. I has a department of phrenology. Canton, Mass., has an epidemic of typhoid '! consumption is death itself. The MRS. V. GAILER.

and boas of flowers and lace are to There are laws against using profane fever. I !
Muff lan-I breathing apparatus must be kept healthy
the summer coquetries of costume.In guage by telephone in all states except Nicholasville, Ky., court house darn 100 "
be among necticut.A by dynamite. and clear of all obstructions and ot1 n. i } 'e.:'" Bld made daily gift) Pics
cake irregularity is the word, and i I sire matter. Otherwise there is trouble
drapery individual the arrangement the !I barber at Suez ArL, while shaving a j. John Roe( Tipton, Ind., farm, was: killed I ahead. All the diseases of these !' and Cakes of all kinds. Calwfnr
more parts,
the II man was seized with an attack of homicidal by lightning.A i r'jCP1(11Oecasill. furnifftetl
head throat bronchial tubes and
better mania and cut his customer's throat from i falling tree kilted Mrs. Julia Shea al : nose, 'I at thnrt notice.
Pattern gowns already braided are won- j ear to ear. iI i Moawequa, 111. I lungs, can be delightfully and entirely I
derfuUy cheap-and more wonderfully pretty i! At DenLson I cured by the use of IJo chee's German i GIVE HER A CALL.
Tex. horse James
a belated passenger j A Babb to death al
'. Syrup If don't know this ; ---- --- -- --
for the price.The emptied his revolver at the train that had Shelbyville. Ind. I I you already,
accordion pleated skirt that opens or not waited for him and i thou>ands and thousands of people can |
% ,. was promptly taken j The Irish World, of Now York, is out c. HECTOR
--- shuts with each step of the wearer is much '! in hand by the police. i strong for protection. I tell you. They have been cured by it, ,

)n. liked for the new mohair stuffs. There is said to be only one survivor of !j George Stoner. of Botkin, 0., was robbed i and know how it is themselves. not- I

:'I Simple woolen mantles are trimmed down ,; a once powerful Indian tribe in California. i i of $'!,bUO by burglars. { tle only 7:) cents. Ask any druggist.ltcncu Hardware and

01'1.r and around the neck with a knife When he dies the : --- -_ ___ I
. the front I language spoken by the John Savage was killed by a fall from e
tha pleating of silk of the same color. tribe will become extinct. i i stepladder at Tiffin, O. > Her Youth.Mrs. i

The useful blouse waists are now made in i j Honesty is sometimes rewarded. A Sew j Waterspout near New;tead, Ky., burst Plnvlie Chesley, Peterson, Clay' General Produce

blue or pink as well as scarlet surah and Orleans lad found a valuable bachel, and, j doing damage to the crops. Co., Iowa, tell: the following remarkable

id i IR01S worn with lace skirts for the house. upon taking it to the owner, who had adver- Willie Messenger had a fit while in bathingat tory, the truth of which is vouched for

Many long; loops of ribbon falling from tised the loss>, was made happy with a brand Marion, 0., and was drowned. by the residents of the town : "I am '73

the throat and caught in at the waist are ]i new elOU bill j Work was commenced Thursday on the years old, have been troubled with kidney MERCHANT.

supposed to give style to cotton morning jgowns' | Professional burglars are going the roundsof Kentucky Midland, at Frankfort. I complaint and lameness for many Florida

I the country towns just now. It is their The Spiritualists are holding their annual I years ; could not dress: myself without Melbourne-

rder.ched.. Rouge Sanglier, otherwise "pig's blood," | usual summer hegira, and the guardians of encampment on Lookout mountain.The help. Now I am free from all pain and

)t a new vivid red, is often combined with the the peace should be on the watch for such unwelcome hotels of Warren, Pa., have closed because soreness, and am able to do all my own I Geo. E. Chase,

blue gray ""'0011 smoke" brought out this I visitors they cannot get liquor licenses.A I housework. I owe my thanks to Electric I

spring. Less than one-half of the senators now in wagon ran over Joseph Kemper's littlt Bitters for having renewed my youth,

P.B. Heaven be praised! The effort of certainill office were born in the states which they represent j son at Xeiiia, and crushed him to death.I I removed completely disease and pain" I; Ship Chandler

: mt0I Americans seldom emigrate out of Boiler of the :Marion 0., water works exploded !
conditioned designers to have street gowns i Try a bottle, f<>e.and 1 $, at all drugstores !

- made a bare dragging; length is coldly unsuccessfuL I tho country, but they do a great deal of emigrating injuring several persons severely.One in Titusville and on Indian lliverYears ,

I about in their own land. thousand men are out of work ic I
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; The managers of a western railroad whichis the Canadian lumber mills the result of a Boat and "e'oslc Supplies, nil kind;
Word comes from Paris that satin is again fifteen a sullorcr fromHliciimatism.
experimenting with natural believe strike. Patent Anchors, Chains, lllock,
in high favor, especially for dinner and even- gas !
that it may yet prove not only the cheapestof I Lake City, Mich., had a S75.00J: fire, Canvass, Galvanized Win
well for
ing gowns as as tho costumes of WHAT JIux.\" II. WILDEU MAYOR OF'ALIUNY '' Hope, nil sizes, Trills,
brid fuel for the locomotive, but excellent for caused by Fourth of July celobrators in a ,
very young Ladders
'her. heating as well as lighting the cars. saloon.A SAYS.i I' Spruce ,
: (,.\. :
. A calla of white translucent enamel, with Coppei Paints, pnl's, 12 ;:nl'oo: qt*.
golden heart and a diamond dewdrop, is the American authors aro more read than the negro was hanged to a tree near Chris.tianburgh i!i :,u ll'rcl fifteen years with llhenma-I Spar Varnish, ;:nl's, 1-2 sal's' qts, pt*.

)ds newest flower brooch,as well as far and away | English in Japan. Last year 85,000 English | Va, for assaulting a whitt I I ti.-m, and during that time tried all the i| Oils and heads, nil kinds. _

the handsomest of the season. t tOraskirts and 119,000 American books wero imported ; woman. j'| !so-called specifics that I could hear of. i ii t tI F.r.. I>KVOKJttO'S HEADY MIXED: .
into that country, so that the old question, j James Morgan took his last bath in the fact for .
j One of them I paid $.;.00 bottle for aey thing Bnihling or Saiiiug beats.Hart's
are not cut in set: fashion i per ,
anymore "Who reads an American book T' was fairly Ohio river at Evansville, lad. He went ba- I
s, ,drapery being obtained by tacking the i and took nine bottles, and received noI
answered. yond his depth. ( IJIoc.. !)() iasl Kay St.,
: breadths of the gown to the foundation quite I I benefit from any of them. My grandson: ,
jail i : The house committee on foreign affairs
at taste, caprice or convenience Tho Zilvern Kruis, the first Dutch man of I who runs on }}. & \V Railroad! finally I i 't.'nSX1'11..1..1. ri.t.:
will recommend central bureau of record
tho Golden Gate in a
enter fifteen
war to
Striped plush is threatened for years, ,, of naturalization.The rut a bottle of P. P. P, (Prickly Ash,
next win- : is lying off San Francisco. Sho is
Poke Hoot and Potassium while in I
ter's cloaks, but we still indulge a lively hope ship oil her way to Japan, China and the ;t Arkansas Prohibitionists chose a National ), -- -- --

that those in authority will experience a Dutch colonies in India, where she will make ': Prohibition electoral ticket. No state Waycross, and induced me to take it.

l'hllng'6ot heart before that time. a prolonged ttay. : ticket was nominated. I The first bottle showed its wonderful i PDANOS.ORCANS.

A waist and drapery of the best camel's 1 Miss Eliza Bliss, of Rehobotli: Conn., sup- '! New Bremau, 0., had a free-old-all carving 1 fleet, and after continuing the use of it l{ .
I for short time the Rheumatism disappeared i
a -
Henrietta levee. Casper Luthman and one Woch-
hair or draped above a skirt of plied a tramp with a meaL While sho was ,
or corded silk makes erman were seriously sliced. I and I feel like a new man. I i
moire a combination j preparing the food tho tramp sang "Nearer, j i
gown as serviceable as it is stylish. I My God, to Thee," and at the same time The convention of the Music Teachers' take great pleasure in recommending it

A knowing one says that to make tho close I stole tho lady's pocketbook and &i; from j National association, at Chicago, ii turningout I! to sufferers from Rheumatism. 0i

)N.1S. sleeve worn with the empire gown, the her bureau drawer. I, a highly successful affair. -

proper "wrinkle'1 is to use a stocking for lin- I The new Inman steamship, tho City of New | Vicar General Con way's funeral toot I'' For Nervousness and Ivspep4i: u"c i i

ing, and cut tho outside some six inches :j j York, is warranted by her builders to IHJ ; place Thursday at Chicago, and was attended IVrrv's. Liver Pill". y

i longer. '[ unsinkable That is,ono condn.ioi laid down | by many distinguished people. I -------- Mid-Summer Sale

The blouse bodice, now so much to the fore I I in the contract by the company was that she The Society of Christian Endeavor, in I For Chills and Fever take Lippman's

is not much but a yoke with a full ruffle should be unsinkable, although sho is of iron j seventh annual convention in Chicago, is Pyrafi'ge.

sewed upon it, tho ruffle long enough to come I I, and has a capacity of 10,500 tons. attracting great crowds: at the armory. --- -

six inches below the belt in front four on the I A New England man has beaten the green : Senator Voorhees has introduced a bid U'oiulcrlul Cures. BUY NOWAND
hips and five Itehind. to give $10,% to Dr. D. W. Bliss for his
sawdust at their He
goods men own game. j
Garfield I W. D. Iloyt & Co., Wholesale] and. Retail -
'I services to President after the shoot
Jackets of white pot one of their circulars, and in reply l\"k''Ill,
cloth or PAY WHEN
serge, plain or II I i Druggists of Rome, Ga., :sa1cVe'
braidwl with silk or gold, will be WOnt as the I for sample. of their goods. They sent him i i iI ing.The
New Dis-
have been Dr.
United States Swatara with selling
I advances but I a genuine v-1: bill and tho gentleman of N w > steamship i
season must be made] of the j '
i the then Gen. Sheridan on board, left the Delaware i eovery, Electric Bitters, and Bucklen'sIArnica COTTON IS SOLDIM1DSUMiEflOFFEiI.
I lest' cloth and well cut, or they are dowdyand j England stopjK'J correspondence i
!I and there breakwater for Nonquitt cottage, Friday J Salve for four years. Have never
common looking beyond (
eXprtOSSiOlLBig !
morning. handled remedies that sell as well, or
aprons of spotted cream mull, lace | As a wedding party was driving: through \ Senator Turpie, of Indiana, in tht give such universal satisfaction. There

edged! and finished with n sash of pongee or i the streets of a Pennsylvania town on their j. minority report of the committee on pen have been some wonderful cures effected '
the church at which the .
moire, are worn at breakfast or tea time by way ceremonywas sions, defends the presi dent's vetoes of pen these medicines in this Several
: by city.
to be performed, the carriages throve _
fashionable I
y7 young women, and are simply sion bill
too fetching for anything.New York over a little girl, killing her immL'll ately. I S. R. Henderson of Cleveland of I eases of pronounced (consumption have ,
Commercial a man boon Triryt.Clnii! I-Inn.. .. ltd
il been 'utirelcnred of few bot
The arrest of tho the ( by use: a
j party prevented niar- .
Advertiser. i considerable property, committed suicide at Orrantr.l. ("Id In June, .! ..ta.
\ riage, and it has been postponed. I the Astor house, New York, by taking carbolic tles of Dr. iGn ':; Discovery:: taken in Aulr' a1t !.e p1'nhcr at i.*HH
connection with Electric Bitters. We Clshrh. J-a'\'able.
i I
1II. The smallest circular saw in practical use acid.Senator.

FASHIONS FOR MEN. is a tiny disc about the size of a British shilling 'I I Wilson, of Iowa, has introduced a guarantee them always. Sold by all drugstores (-L\'O)1t.\XS.. p.SIn..:; C.t-FI CAM now IW.VX..

I which is employed for culling the slits bill in all on Indian .
RiLlll cashmere underwear will be the I congress to punish persons who River.- mid the liaTatic next Nea.cntie'ii.t
"popular and sensible" later along.It I in gold lens These saws are about as thickas manufacture or sell any adulterated foods ----- ---- -- without XiiUr-M or .i'i i.mco
ordinary paper, and revolve some four 1 drinks or medicines. in I'rice. All our EMaiiosinti Orjr -
is again admissible to knot a Windsor thousand times per minute. The high velocity 'is ht('ludrr(. 11. tlii.4 Kat, our
j Akron shows up a carvod deputy sheriff, C1eape&ii.crit ,a ne!..t.u: xccsitiouH. -
through a finger ring or special brooch for keeps them rigid notwithstanding the three sunstruck citizens, one man full of bullets Putt ct.'olcc from leitleaclinr.
that Jlu rposc. thinness. iial.c and o\ur .?,;oKtsleri'zd
1 j and a horribly burned boy as souvenirs I'rices.P" .
DJ There are 1:101-0 custom' shirtmakors and London bankers have for a long time been of the day we celebrate. l _"1------ _

: less call for custom shirts in this country seeking to obtain an additional tlt'teen minutes Frank MeCullough of Pittaburg swallowed ; "'fDPMVH* r "
| : -t; s i x l fr i 1i1. ;i i I 1.!t) 106., --
than liefom of to their checks the
ever through
grace i a six inch rattlesnake while drinking -.......-.- -- ----
Silk embroidered cotton neckwear will be I clearing house: after the.close of business each out of a hose. It made him very sick. He i ii Qe AN' ';. w Mak: .-r-, Now IIl.trulJll'lIt:4."W

sweller this summer than mo t people thinkat day. Tho clearing house has finally con i got rid of it by vomiting. PYRAFUUE StylI,.. NVw t'ric's. < in'lln1\lru\'lUt."ut.\ .

present writing. I ceded five minutes, and it is said that the | Reports from Iowa, Illinois, Wisconsin, iua in our Lo\\'r Prire.l In..tni'i,.'ii-.

A hint is given by some fashion makers bankers welcome even this as an almost inestimable | Pennsylvania and New York show that the j CHILLS A SCRK CCIa& FEVER, l.argi.iir; .-li: -t.- .'n.Ic"! us to oil-T I-

that high cut vests will boas prevalent again I boon. | storm of July 4 and 5 did much more damage i ii iM -- 4 acMeAGUE -' dun-d !'rich. Urn ar ;t1l1p '+"

next winter as two years ago. Near North Adams, JIass., two girls of Sand I:) i M than was at first supposed. ; : % .. ;' .N.,-' I

The fancy flannel shirt cut like the linen 10 went out after May flowers and lost i George Black, fifteen, of Hamilton, 0., I i (: cf ,ti i ,I".. .Clf'n; ; '-i; )-h-it. : ..r"H
dress their way in the woods. Some time after j looked into the mouth of a toy cannon to bee I ; .: : I"nn .,. :n.:r.t.litl. it"**.trvxclnr.
article with bosom and cuffs, is grow- \ f. .... V I'11/1 i:. .. < iaar-:
.IJ dark they stumbled upon a farm house and if it intended to go off. His features and the I II .l' i. t ihr. 11
ing in favor as the most .. ..hakei'a
comfortablegarinent n.:I It. I 1.1'I'k. a.I' Iln:a. : tri ,
asked shelter, but were refused, so they were I cannon went off simultaneously. 1
of its kind the market.A t'lV1.
over put on ._
; forced to remain all night in the wood, and 1 rj '
. Mrs. Harriet Taylor Upton, daughter of 11 rj (;
year ago thero was but one house in the were found by the searching party: at morning Ili fX tH. 1. Ms'iUJnimlI. .
Representative Ezra B. Taylor, of Ohio, the .5 :iJ : : : rel
t country engaged in the exclusive manufacture half dead from cold fright and exhaus- .
: Full Mat
:- / -, :: >;iiiiu'>,
successor of Garfield in the house, is: a well ,I' I/.U
i of fine night dress Now nearly every tion. I J. F' .line, Jry 3 rys. HM-II
) shirt house known writer. L1PPMAN'SPYRAFUEis R.sewoesl lii-f.. F'trst.'Iesi .n.n" isy.Equals .
hac its
special "slumberwear" department
A' Montana that the daysof
newspaper says ? .
Itian.-wispy sold at 5-t'J HIMVltli ? >"
, and a healthy competition has staging in the -hills are rapidy departing. Lady Randolph Churchill i is now regarded CALLED THE ."Jfll..1"fI1''''''. :M '.

. set in. Steam is fast taking the place of horse and as one of the leading authorities on dress in \ J-IaiioaI"ln.sli. Top Stool.
London. She frowns at high hats, but is sel- Wonderful Chill and Fever Expalier! CS Iaa \ .
The latest fail in jtercalo shirts is in com- mule power,and Pullman coaches are crowding l I-Jandl'lunle )\er
I dom seen without a parasol with a stick serving It the chili and fevor, ton-.. tli<. e\-trni.Civi's :! 1100:: and alllrclat.Iill., .
bination of stripes and small figures The out tho swayback stages of old. The cnrcs nji -
I as a walking cane. Lrinmi, :strength and iu-altht tail
latter are placed between the .stripes on noted Northwestern Transportation com- ; appetite ; A n D P n w 4'eta'es,2 MU
sufferer. .
l them when they are broad, and all sorts of I pany has begun to dispose of its plant, and The Garden of Eden, it is now asserted, ____ ____ __n __ __ __ __ __ Sr: 5 j 1 iau UMhtif2 i'e' >
other ways hen they aini t. There is room I is preparing: to hunt for business on the rapidly j was located in Central America lime. 1'oplinlp-IandsMu.... l'u..J:..,.

for much ingenuity. II receding frontier. ; Alice le Plongeon, wifo of mi eminent man of I Full Tweet TO'Jtfl..j'." I'j.;,.

I science is the prophet of the new belief, and .
Almost The five stones erected to mark "Mason i ..
known fabric of "
a light
every or ""!
diaphanous nature has been prcseJ into the and Dixou's line" between Maryland and I j slie! claims to have found Maya: writings IPIPUPI IP1P1PJ ORBAt r ::11 ,.enui7-ir! ,'-:

have had their annual j which gives the whole history! of the human HiHi t. .!>. ,,:.utlfiil l'uil.;- "iiKan. -
manufacture of the Pennsylvania just i
popular flowing aproned I
t '
i race showing that America and Europe were 1'I."u-ands l sold. All imrVHli -
scarf, that U providing; the pattern and visitation by commissioners, who report one I C"lla..rK (It.hht.c1. :f.M r'Jf 1'rtrr. JlI.I .
then united land which has since been
weave are attractive. Even the merry little I in good condition, one lost, one broken, one I submc-reJ.: : iII I (Prickly Ash, I'oke Hoot, and Potassium.! ) \ Each Organ a J-'Ine Stool

band how luis caught the popular infectionand I dislodged by mining: operations, and the fifth, II CURES I an Instructor, Music IJoolt and

gracefully falls into line. which bears on ono side the arms of Pennsyl- I I I All Freight Paid.Tjys.

I vania, on tho other those of Lord Baltimore, I
AU doubt the of collar IN FOREIGN COUNTRIES.
upon question vs. SYPHILIS TRIAL.
vandal relic hunters.A
badly damaged; by i ,
shirt that may yet exist may be removed by I
our emphatic> 'rtion that but i cobra bite has been cured. Dr. Richards, The rifle the Lee-Durti-u. Tertiary Home.
( none pure new English i*: I PrimarySecondaryand SyphilisF-rph- Order and test n your own
white collars will In permissible to be worn as reported by The India Daily News, was i pronounced on trial as "ulsailif'actory." I ilitic Eruptions, Scrofula and Scrofulous Eruptions No money requirtJ until In-tnnm-nt

with any shirt irrespective of tho latt r's !1 handling a cobra with the intention of ex- I: Aubertm, te: man who shot Jubs: Ferry I all diseases! Ulcers of and the Old blood& ores; all Rheumatism throe that have and id gati*>fa :torv. W* pay Freight; ln,th '

color. In localities where this rule is:! not j I tractiug some poison, when be was bitten on : been dtvicred insane end m resisted other treatment yield steadily and eurely ways if no sale. Tim fairest way to tit'LOur
popularly follo\\"l'l reputable citizens will be i the t n1er" He immediately; cut it open to has put an csy to the wonderful power cf P. P. P., the great Instruments; art jwl awl dU"'L",and '
j the bone above the wound, and appliedier- luni. Blood Purifier. i
allowed ,
to carry firearms.-Clothier and a trial always pi ve. a Furnisher. i\ many nate of potash, put on a ligature and A new bt'aruer: the Empress, Oil the Dover I .. a
fiend for MicI'Sti miner Sale Cir
I hurried off for advice. Another doctor Calais route, i;;'e pt."Ck.J to cross the channel : SCROFULA cular.

wound and cauterized it with in fifty minutes.Fxperiments I .. ,
SUMMER RESORT NOTES. opened IF:11rMtM. Is*> -* J'r;"'''; t'vnul.
i nitric acid, and Dr. Richards has: recovered. : at Capo Town in fignalh''g I Is an impurity In the blood, producing Lump" or i.ruu: /iextJivtfrumrtttFin* tViil* tuttl Off'
I! Swelling causing Running : the -\nnll. I *.- AH Prmjht 1'niil; Iii l"iu*' 7'r irll; fiu
The "bridge of size" is t"'A colossal] one with electric light reflected from the cloud). Legs", or Feet for the cure of which use 1>. P. P., fi-firi" ftunrantfe: ''Vl""re1.,1":1: Our Trice

built from the West End hotel, Long Branch, vere a complete success. Experiments were the greatest blood medicine on earth. All thesediseates t: Mwv &ur.l: AHLUDDEX
yield readily to the pester of P. P. P., I
out to tho cliff that overlooks the sea. It is a. CREATION'S LOWER ORDERS. tl}No male with a vessel at sea with tuereaulif giving new life and new Etren 'th. BATES

triumph of architectural skill as well as an I la>j"j: -pjal; fitly miles!: : eay .
I SCI IMF1!*! MUS'C fl'J'E.! 1.. i1'. I,'. ';i.'A .
evidence of enterprise The pride of Kingman county, Kan.: is a Princes Irene of Hess.: marrirtl to Prince BLOOD POISON

As evidence of Bar Harbor's intentionto 1! bull that weighs-I,i30( pounds. I I1enrJf Prussia, has received a thorvt: i. I NEW -

keep up with the times and the procession, An alligator nest, found in Rice creek, housewife's training.; She can sew, make Cured in its wort form ; FO c.tiT'f'- it' rn, s! with & USEFUL DIGRESSION,
It is J Fla. contained forty-three young saurians. bread and do everything she would have to Erysipelas, where the rati..nt:1>1 i:: F.u-nlal PainEndpiven
stated that a casino will be added to the I up by the jihysician". liiKomeca-eii
already many attractions of the place this According to the naturalists wasps rememi do were she fated to become tho wife of a Scrofulous Ulcers broke cut till the l.any was a I --

promising season. i i tor the locality of their nests just ninetysixhours man not able to afford servants. All th. mass of corruption ; a Louie of 1'. P. P.vaa I' I have adJe.1 t.. my stock of Wate-hr... Clock
princes of Hesse: were trained in this way procured, and the disease yielded quickly. I'UtMl Ware, dedry..rtc. ; a l.f wilel.ueutfuns
On the authority of several of the leading | I 11)If'didn...+. a oil r grde of Cirart'agarettes.. 10I -
'Lv their mother, the late grand ducbess. tmccdau.l a c-ollfrtioiiof Faucy(i'jo I'lirs
Saratoga hotel There are -1'>.000 reptiles kept one room
is that
it stated
proprietors RHEUMATISMAnd
: Victoria.. tik of
i! d lUhti'r of QU"'eD Notion and Florets Curiosities; a pool
the advance rental of rooms exceeds last in the Smithsonian institution at Washing- MatOLerami an -sorijunit of Candy and Coiiftftion -

year's record for a corresponding time, and I j ton. It is needless to add they are kept in In all Affections of the Blood. P.P.P.stands' .-r>'; ScioMirp. j-o.-)lt and table Cutlery 1U\-

these, added to tho other indications of a alcohol. .: Vn lenient of Great re**. i I alone and unrivaled, CoLd some cf its cured are illlC d1!
pleasant that had somehow The Prince of Wales, if he has won moneyon really wonderful. ".Beau.Titu* you are r..IOt't.:1
and 1
encouraging kind delight the A great snowy pelican ,
t If you suffer from anything like Syphlli" Scrofula fully uivitt-4 t. call lUll stamina the sane to"atl sty
said proprietors. 1 got woefully astray, was shot the other day a race, tilts his hat over his eyebrows and i Blood Poison, Ulcer, Old ores, rheumatism \ourst-lf as to price and quality. ,.b.rtLr you buy

Habitues of near Albany, Ga. The hunter says that "at. : talks rapidly to any one vho may be with or any disease of the blood, Lc sure and ..r cot WATCH KLI'AIIUNG A SPLUALTY.
Isle of Shoals affirm that took it for a calf." I ham If be has lost be takes his bat ofT. wipes I' give P. P. P. a trial. I Latent approval lustrumenU and Tool, and '.'0
itj 1 is the "Beautiful Isle of the Sea" of song first he and I I P. P. P. (Prickly Ash Poke Hoot and Potassium I 1 years' practical eel erimce In the watch and jewelrybii
handkerchief maintains
celebrity, and since the "right little, tight i i A man in Detroit was saved from a her his forehead with ) is no secret patent' medicine like the many "in8 I hall spare 110 painstaking to please ait
little islo" was discovered and utilized for a. { rible death by the courage of two pet cats,.1 a severe: silence. A men who says notbiti on the market. Its formula is on every bottle I t., articles and prices or pairiU2.. and Hon 10
I ,, wtea ho loses a race possesses an c1..4..... thus giving a guarantee of its purity and whole. jir.urr A rpm J-JMHE or ioru P4TRO"GL
summer resort its : which clawed him awake barely in time to ; that other blood
prospects were never quite I goneness no purifier does give. '
w ,,'t!: Worll g* 1 (. ( UIt"\\I%G.THE .
good as this year of 1883. I escape from a.burning building. -.

I it!


rt 4 THE FLOllID.T.An.. THrH n.A Y, .nLY 19.1SS.! ".

THE FLORIDA STAR. i, :tit'. I alive local I I ------- _
; Dhnle-li Dee-lines. poJitic hy l':1l1o'ing: a lepar.. n\"ilIe last fall and attempted to ;

1 i! In your i issue of July nth I notice tune from strict ) di5I } .1 pa5i The Indiana Bicycle club f. ,
prBLISIIED EVERY Tilt"fDAY.i party principles: : tn i through the Haulover Canal that mud the Ohio soil g t:ruu. h J
valley ;
i i an article in which the writer !!rings me I turn the balance between the two grea t ,:: work had to be done before be could be avowed' purpose of sixty strong

ELLIS B. WAGER Editor and Pablis er. ; before the people n;; the mo-t ayailab1e partie,.: to introduce an clement: of tin gotten through, that Dr. \5C011 principles among the spreadinJ revwuttnuj ..
i P'xeu
J.O per ..tnli11li1.F.ritererf : man the Republicans of Dade can put up : certainty into public adhirs: ; and tn cause : against her passage and said Hthe habitant The ... It ii U La"'led eutra,e } m

as a candidate i for the assembly.s ,: business stagnation, andocial irritation : canal was made for Id OU.'ll private 1I:t" in Chicago rulings bate:> of law ken in the -\nart'bht'l' .:.1._

fJ.f K. Tit Office fit TituirilleaSeeovf I thank Republican for giving mt' and (.trangmrut Be-ides which it is a : and not for boats like that:' While it of the rich Chicago City,ftJ Railway plit'tl t.. ihr" ffil "

-Clams Jfatter.A credit for being an honorable and truthful : 5va-te of political hone and muscle (and} is undoubtell: true that man Judge lfaweo' sentence.i aumurrc'' '"', (
-------- : personaf : claim :
SQUARE h one Inch In space; :!I square$ mnn. Although this article i, signed : :sometimes of the very beet quality o ; have taken or claim to have taken ) and azeut sent, to the six mirth ia t'!... J.lurt'n'tiar

make For v a column.vertl-fnr ratesenqufreofthe EdItor 'I Republican, I have no rea..on to think bone anti 1I1u.dc) wIlich othcrwi distributed : canal lands who du not, have not. and up attorney of the company dame of to the the pry;r.u.t...,: 1lt at,1

always enclosing a two cent.tamp. that it was written by a Republican, might have c1ol1 the State+mservice. e ; never expect to lire upon or culh'nte The: National""utinn fJt tlHtnlt'n JJ.n,

TilE STAR is tIle OrFICLL new.paIeIfor I' but that it originated with the r" eRlld these land, :still" there are hundreds of X.Order 11.,ot e'.cetwi Sti": ::1 th.En_'It 'r.., &t flan 'Ct'..'-'r
BreucI county. Democratic Club of Lake rorth. Finally -ati-faction : 1'::'J"'ut.; rt "Mr.. Suoprcm
This :: with the
I ,, party others who have made settlements) in chief Jt'f1'a't..
The Star" ha' the Largest circulatIOnof club (though "immeme on paper)" has in We naturally belong to :is not -ut1 cirIltexcu.t' ""rood; faith and many who York: t:1tpJ'Prne asi.tsnt l't"I.! :. Jr.. yea
an) paper Oil the Eat coast of I'm.TITrSy1LLE more would! Jt'r"uHoib:
Lahey Jr.
i reality about four mrmhers. Their oh- for the formation If N-w Jertiry : "tip! "u&t' .
--- -- --- i ( nn independent do so if permitted.f r. 'r'i .
' ---- -- --- - -- William U".nah:... :X"\T
DIIECToP.Y. jeer seems to be to make : In Ruu-: !: r..o ,
great noise party. ordinary atlitir o These land:" were withdrawn from market I'rem c.c..rrt'Ci'oDdin !r'rrctary. a
TOws "rEk11aynr.enrcr and} fain aU prestige ible with the 'life. --rive md take"s i rule '\"akdic."il.Y } tl'.Ian Ii
n RnmI'h.CI I po- a without. I believe, by act of It'gi latur". The110:1nl James lamp'-hsre: rULrrue: trea, I
mtrer. 1:.
r"-U. }'. AtkmJ:OD. i Governor. Before tlti-appear'I in printwe which we cannot Io--ibly i ;etalon_, )however of immi ration decided to :ell timer D"'Il"ount.'Ct l-ut. i
Iar"ha and Tax Collfdlr-T. W. Smith.
\lI. lflor-R F. Gray. I will have n Democratic Organization Independent or self) 'utlicient ou )lands to actual setter) and havinw oncei' lat.1 tnoLbrr, :Mill at yl'er1.. '

\lJ'nn'n-S. U. Ray It P.1'addison,1. r. Gall here of natural PP.txak-U'l.D. ., .
( better and July 1:
di"l'o..ition -Tbat
01111)0) men more IIt. In each ain
d'D. JI "ix/in. I. U. BiJI'Jo: ,,'. l1Ity a put the lands in market, 1Iy what of Misomrt knomyn \rtlJQ

lnntb.Town COt11ciJ m't$COU(1TlnreJay night of each i, of them politictl party there are -o many I-hallt'oo ,; authority (without legislative enactntent KnoL! r-( hrlilm.ti the Taney h'nue. of Rlrry U'l' }jI J.i.1 1 (

-CHnCIIE.o.----- -- I i I will -ay. in ('OJlclu-ion that I am not I nUll divergencies of opinions' that no pari i ) are they again retired, so this Co. Ozark cwumtlemstrivln.. t ,ur"\'I" fir ant

I I seeking an olliee and platform could mt'r records Darin;; the L ,t ,
would ty Ill' tw"
,, certainly rt'a"ol1:1bly 1 vr f
expected I thrR.
f can
Fir+t I'rPtib.tpriaTi Clnrrh Pine fltrut 'pH nwaehingtnn I mortgage! tht'e unearned bnd"; to ;1 months it li e timated
avennl' Service ev..r) l1l1day at 11 not accept one [row the Republican ; to :-:1tify greet member of that which that at least I :;."'JJ f
j party I thy have -hallow head tJt tattle hire beta
3.m. and .:30 f' If 1. ';nnday chOfI 9ZO a. m. not of legal) !ot.'I eu 'n T tart
I'rarer U.tiIlQ every We.1nplay evPnina at ::'0.ItT. I party.I \11 that can be attempted i i5 tu catch the I claim, thus repealing the 2.,000( Chri,til1.t cuuntte" t.y Btl 1 Kn,,::,llt'r3. :a.u t I 1
John For Pa=tar. % arpfflrJjaJ]' in'itf'd acre t'P
-yMtsoxlC.! I am Not a R"l"Uifflll but would much general tenor of party thought and feel j trick mill putting n cloud 011 the title to rand laniws h:&.n t.ecm+ they themiwt And I .It'.,, .f the ,

prefer to Le called one than a member : in. md give it fitting expre -illn. l !'o much more land. tJt t leu. i. n. ra.i thrr.t I I
In4Ian River Loo p. F k \ \1. mHt the rri"1 gain thou-and, :: ('nntt'lnplat t. -.,
thy eae on lOr prior to fill moon f'Vf'ry month. of theabove dub ;; Thl're will therefore always) he many 1 of acres of this land do not th ;:au:; r:.. sa.t to have been naur fares e It : t
J. ME DEL. S'. A. A. TE\\"UT. W. )t.Ttrrrr. I rightfully belong by
Yours who will fiud compul:vll' for divulm. }
Re-pectfulh'. their favorite view ell : t"t.'r".s. f
-- --- the
-- -- -- .: pa-- to Mate, n. they are not swamp

i is to le mother Democratic i E, X. Duun>:. hy mu others which they object- to put- or overflowed land-, but the hiIC! nncl I -c.s".aut"- It.h.t- uUU..t. .
t Club organized nt Lake Worth accord" fllru-rm1. In 1-11ch caseenible men I driest in this of the FT. I ur Ttt. T..x., July J-1'rl": T. u, a
I part talc, were not deep water '
ing to the letter pubes lied from Mr.1)irnick Ind'JJendellce in I'oiitic'., houid} C'"uvt.'ntion urastitr.l }"' rna f
yield to voiceof the t
; majoro\ / d lands ': neatly
I in} 1 ,1) nor in all lwibility : i" yctenlay L.r t.'la."lm;; tri, l It.\. '
(.h.ewhere, which will have more Dlif'lr Flfl"ifl; 'tar ity and bide Cameron of t
: their time. If they Have in 18)0; B. C. Such are the fact Colorado. preat.tent, 11.1.11 T. Ii. l I

+ than four mem ers, It promh.e, a1-o I>J\r. JI-In your issue: of July :,th 'faith in their opinions Jet them -tay Hurley, tJf Texas t't'rt'taTY. c'ur. .. 1t3 cakel c

he nnti-Ewall Club far haye : a. they appear to to approprillt not I less titan t,". .,q) t
ns a.; we your corre-pondent) "Hepu Iican" in with their and educate "
party, try to it e, IfsOIlL for a Texas deep water prt tu Lt- 1.
heard )'ct, Politics: will I-oon reach n recummending his nominee fur the ns- : up to their standpoint.: If it is only at the point d.e.idol by the board vi ..\.t>ra, f
t t
fever heat in 1)atle. that i --- meat enint"Pr to JIt' most ,.
"emblyfates "he availabl
$, even went so far party lI :ma cment that i i.. objected to, f

-- ----- :I to the reform POINTED PARAGRAPHS. A Cru\\flf',1 .
run ii C
on hlllc'pelHlent ticket ill ; comparatively ca-r, only it .II.-ry ialtwALESxntuA : t

El\TOI: )1. 8, Q '.\Y of Penny1vania. I I order to defeat the Democratic part ', it tnU-t: ('ume.,i',,"t ,rithin. Topiev of the TilUt'1i Hivf'n in a T..r04", au I : '-a... Jnlv 1.-1"b Iaht'ry : ,
.I i of the Old Q.1\ker church, h thi.. ., '
has taken the elect I I env, ii w
contract to am much oblige to "nel'ublican" fur La th'-and in conclusion Spicy Jlauner.Fretnomit
mllelln' used
I as au intlrmary for oU colored .... .
:\Ir. HarriJI) tn the 1'reshlency, in this unhlu..lling admission, :1" it has I-ug, cd brethren:let u. have no '"itHlt'lrn-0 I 0., 'rant.' free delh'ery.Columhu" fell \Vednesrtav utht during; tan It.-rtim t pe.: ;I. It t

November, and bas a1rc'aly "ommented Bested to me a text for a political -er- i dent party" in Bremrc1. If you are di.ati..f ..- I: The diccu ion InLl., has $:0.000: water works. meat for the benefit of the huns pre,'I"Itatin -
'' : :; of the :\Iills: Lill Ills reached ); the crowd to the lu\\l"l' d 1
laying wires in New York The Demo- ; mon to thc people uf BremrcL I Iere it i-: '' :- fed with your party, whicheYt'r it i: the wool clause. iLly fatally injnrin; the j.tnitur4u 'I"l':., l'rOltJa.:

erne)" of that city is of I-uch a !saline Dearly Beloved Brethren of Hre\'nr: '' may bl, work up your primarie} <. Attend Ohio Institute of limning Enineern L in limbs and ut1ervie injurin:; "I', ..r rrrKSng,teen t

I character that he to find hi. is "In se-siutm at 1.oau women. Ut: t-1..rei. I
may expect My text epenlenrc in Polities," them yourselves. <''h..o-e tru-tyor- :
wires all rustetl ont lung before Xo\'em- which will i There was snow on It."zHhiaton; :\. l'uw,1f'r :\1 ill f
I you not in any chapter : thy delegates to yourconrcutiormfire I H., Thurs
t her. of my hook that I know uf. them proper instructions and then Gat(>S' little son had his hands cut of Lzfiin.Ix.;. I'B., Juv] lti.-Tb", puwdrr tale t
I & land I.
('ttal ,
al l'r-ru.
------ .1 great deal might: beaid about it if )loyally accept anti abide by the result otf Ly rt"aper near Tipton Ind.Switc'hmt'u I 11lt at 1::; r d J''lod k this nfrt'rnuuo i law t

Cit !tors have been: preferred 1 againtDr. time would permit; :1.. it does) not I : i of their delihcrationeven if it does not 'I I the at Iran-ac City l""tl to lift I 1 men and mllbshin:.; za prtion of kiiliug the ;\h.rk three. I

.J. h03t. the director of the State 1 on Hnrliutflt fretght The "ictim were (;," )rIkUruan.. EJ"a.r.1 4I
briefly it miller the following altogether suit 'ou, All which if Philip , I
you was .lrU\\Jleol Hool
i in amid
Long lake, Henry Drt"\"i'h. Tb
Agricultural Experiment :Station hy Dr.n" t'xlIu'Q t
heat-! ; do, you will prove yourselves suitable: near tt'uoster, 0., by the mttrrtting IIf ltis I shook the building for mild
Troupe laxwell Ill' i.i= accu..ecl of llOa t.Tee. i I ______ __ _way..___ t
I'ir-tly: Indivdual) }. nclept'wlence in : men and good <" tizeno, In the hope that t
. mendacity, ll1i.cI 1'f"mlkin;! and dh.-} I l'ronI1 ial go"ernmelt cat rie.l the : A KENTUCKY TRAGEDY.
i will do
1Nlitirs I
:111 impu-ibility. :l man mlY you ro, timi--}i you with the t-IK.tillu in ) I
honC'! t.r. Each charge; i i., dividerd into :t I Ianitoba hy n s+reepino ma Jealously Hrln' I
be l'tkr
Benedictiun henry fn (
j llOne.tly di--ati-fied f with 1)lth the : in Ancient form. jonty. : 'ownulit a II
Intmber of i i., Terrible I
t1eeificationautf prove- rl'lt political parties, or IIOII'l"tly 1ulii-- ; P.\X \"OI;I-ct >;. A syndicate of Findlay, 0", greasers have l'r.z.\cunntG Butdlu)" I
ut"Cl llY Dr. Jlaxw'lI. of thc I'atholuiat 1 ferent --. --- snc! an oil well of ';,0001 Larre! : Ky., July -\t'arly :.ter;
to both and therefore -- -- daily ca- I
; reolvef ; miles
3 may II from hero in Wolfe!
pacity.Cerres county.IIn In
dh'i..ion or the
experiment station. f toabstaiu from voting altogether; but the) i lICl/(1111'll<< ('. + '\-. Smith son-in-Iawof i eastern: Lorder, is the village vf Pr.l Irer cd
A number of witno..f'1oi have been Mora( The !l1:1il rarri"r Jacob ..
exnminro : ,
f Shull "buo.
i very fact that Ilc dues notutt' i. indi- : We received a plrl :mt call from 'IIr Greeley. is a prisoner ill New Y urk, charged; : embraces r..ur
t but the e'illenee} Lat!\ not 1Kei with traud. that place. hat arrived here 0 I.:.
i rl'ctly a help to one or other uf the eon1 : (;jingmo He think Jdhournt' is improving weekly trip and brought news of
an u.u.wmltragedy :
matte Iuh1ic' If the evidence i" l1..t:1inj j Charles Krau", I'hiladelpbia :
i barkeeper, tht'r
tending pnrti(' greatly.Mr. LIew henry Pike, a well I.Dt'.hyour1
col 1)r, KO- will i be tlistlualifityl.ON I I hit brains out because Paulni SeheH; ; man living near the place .
I Or grain; ; a man miy hull aloof from It W..lndrews will ha- beenip- I"efue.l to marry bim. i gaged to marry lira\ Hoskin, the daughter was en .

)both partil'O, :11111 give his vote to one Hr : pine at the Carleton for some time l p:1o t : :-teuhen\"il1 lost h Tirnl1's gain: B atty'sglass of n. storpke-eoer in the hamlet, a.i au ;early
Monday the Supreme ( 'our beard 1 the \curkwith a 11ur.rtr of a million September date t
other hid
circtun-lances ken for
: !nay decide left for the north cap11al sat the nmsrriae.
on 1Cednesday and ::)'w .
the argument ill the cage of the railroad employes.middy i ; .
hut every time lie dine: -0 he l'T:1clil'aI i Our IJ'lt"i (':; for your 'uc('e-s: with ( Patriarchs of the I, .1 few we4ks ..
(a lI1lUig }iou agill the Pl'INlcola :111I1tImtic +1 SO Supreme Circlto f ago a young; rom !lam. Qq
Iy for the time being a Dewocrtt or :1 : pm :'IIrre .;\. the l"uteol tr.tes indulged ia a Lall nUtI banquet Vt'rhanl, a timkr buyer and J'r.r.tll't.t..r.}

,.\ railroad, appealed front :::1I1t:1Uo..a HepuLlicm athe l'I..e may be; and : nt Fort Wayne, Ind j !'ai.l to be from Philadelphia. Rrri\,1 in the : t

county, where a demurrer to tIle I such a roan generally ends in I \ ue plea-ed to -cc :train among us Ji.s Stella Binh, couttne-J to her tied for ; place and Le;:m losnling at }lorkmn:. lie : .1

hill of the railroad company wag overruled beCOllltnr the -miming face tlfIr.. E. P. Branch fuT year. 3t New London 0., claimi to and the young: lady Ltoeaml" tbeI I Iwt of f

and the car'o pats of OI.e of the parties, tu he who returned thc latter of 1\.t week have been 'ure,1 Ly faith. 1 friends and were together a gout portion f It
a temporary injunction W:1., and) flattered I'nrt James Case of their leisure time. Pike hecam"t eXl"t.'e.Jiugl.r
pitietl a little while uo'ful : the oldest dtlZt"t1 0Ler.. :
granted tT:1inil1g the cnlllmi..-iull from anti then kicked aside! without quite UlH'xpectecJly Too hot or chanl'- j deep; 0., died from general .Iet.ilit.y. 11was 0 jealous of Everhard but it Ii D
enforcing thc standard rate tin freight t ceremony ,able weather north we .UPl'o--: (. nirtty-onf' years of lle. mpUlLerl'l1 that he made any threats La..t
ao'oon: :1S thc party can do without him I Th Sunday night Pike called to his sweethemrt -
:111I1 l paso en ero:, The Attorney-Genera; 1 it is Reckon: the rainy -en-oll ha forgotten '; lropp'o"l twenty-twD de. and found she bd wallm with ,
how Jon
surpri-ink many men of brain.ur gees in eve minutes at Cnicau, '1'nurday ; .
eOl1teudl..l that it i. virtually still i 11.. or like the Priest and Levine a.ooetll 1 1by : I EVt'rhar'l. He chatted pltHllty with thEo
r a : +l ability have allowed them eh'eo to : There u 2: a hurr1canl"e tue_ 1sL__no..,.. tV
:tgalll-t the ;tate nnll 1I1U..t lie cli.mio...e.1.He drift into this on the other -isle.:' One COIl.OlntiOIlhowcyer. I HOIl. J. S. Bruddoek, of )loullt"t"nlOn, : tads family when s1yin: ; he would nit wait )longer; ,
I humiliating position. I them a cheery good night; an,11..ft.
alai claim, that the if f was selertei: : tS Democratic
Mate has the have rain canorsioaal
: wc no to -pt'ak of Ar was afterward discovered he took the
Secondly \n )
I : "Irllrpenden i candidate for the Ninth I
tu n'gulatt' the charge of party"w e have ditto Ohio dl-tr1l"r. i I road taken Ly the but whether t
power common in :1 tu mo"qllitoe j Ij young couple>, : .
I politico, in at lea.t five ct-rs out of I. n. Carpenter, a lawyer, of \.w Urie3tu, i by accident or design will be Iwown. .

carriers which are coul"' 011 the I ten, i. a politica[ I ''''''', got up by the j JIr. L. .\. (iingra; spent one day I is luissiu;:. 1e was the agent for tUI mug c.tJUt.'nt : I Later in the> night alarmed never at the non-re- j 4
court ; that the courts can interfere only weaker party to trap the cote of the weak here, on legal bu..ine He i is employed, of some WUO) of his client; moncy. turn of his daughter, I1oskln and same : s..

c when there iol 110 Ieri-lation; un the -uLjc.ct 'I we hear Prohibited saloonkeepers of AlIi..ttll'0.., I friends started to look for them Hat! a 1
and the dissati-fied as attorney and counsel for the ; 1 1i Ii
'vacillating and Leer ,
the 0l 10i1 n ball jug over the corporation I II' mile from the village they and Pike were 1d
that the
q ; powcr of tht'legi..l:1ture .1i.appoiutel of the other part .. :lndltlnr defemlut" in the libel suit wherein I' oe. and cal} it the Local OjJtioll beer halL found dead, Everhard Ly him, lt and Pike d,,

(:111 he exercised through cointni-sioners ; it i. a di-honest attempt to destroy .TUllge JIinor S. .Toneo is plaiutitE11'e James tarks, colored, of Terre Haut, and his sweetheart together; fifty feet away.

1 that the discretionary: power voted ill I Ind., arrested on the charge of mnurderino Everything; indicated that on mectilli the I
that fuwbmental t.
I: the anuns-oncrs cannot l 1)t interfered principle of populargu"eTl1111t'nt blear it asserted a. a ure thing I George Powers at Marshall CrOlisin;.;, bus I two, Pike had shot E\'erhsrd in the bead .

"that the majority mast that nt )ea..t one and pcrhap7 two hotel,;; !I Leen released. I killing him in taut1y. Time girl started to ,

with even hy courts uf equity having rule." It i. true that this doctrine of I are to be built 3t Fa-t IellJuurne[ al.(1 a i 9dme fourteen-year old son of Mm-s. :nary run. Pike following knocked her down with .
judicial I dio cTl'tinn. a club fount at her skim, the blow cnntpletely
-- ----- g"Wrlllnent by majority has: been much t ram-way from the ricer tu the ocean I acre--I 1 crushing the skull Pike had then 1m .

Ihl1t'h-lIen1z. nniundertoat and mi..app1ird but ;! which will be:1 great convenience to la- }fattie D BaunL down across the body of his sweetheart

\t the residence! of Dr. C. A. Hentz, rightly understood) it is! n vital principle I dies allll invalidIt was a long walk for I At JllnDeapolis the National convention of photographers i I i mouth placed the and muzzle fired a of bullet the revolver into his in Lraia.his: I It Ik
of the constitution: of thee t Wired 1 !; them. The team ferry 1.0at which} was taken looking
eity Ptlint, till Tuesday afternoon, )Ir. I we I to the establishment of a department at the I When found Pike was still alive, but di90j

(;l'O. X. latch was married to Miss I s tateo which} every loyal citizen oath; t hear hay been procured, will be fnr Smithsonian Institution. I before the search party comprehended the ,
Jk.xie Hentz, the He\'. .T:1 Bolton performing strenuously" to maintain j ahead of ;ailing home with a pole breeze. .I Hev. O. D. Kimball a Baptist clergyman, awful tragedy. ,

j Thirdly "In ." I.A number of had fled from Leowinster, lass., after LOTHROP .
l the ('Cremon ". The relative ependent part i iI inI our citizens have taken f con" RESIGNS. +
essing a revolting crime of which his t
and intimate friends) of the cuntractinpartil' I politics: in four out of ten i s a political Mock, we me told, and with the epee I church had exonerated him former 'I Our United States lUlobter tn Rtlula its- .

were present, and after the ceremony i failure and a blun er. In the ;i getic per oll whom we believe to llc i in ;I Josh t-birm; was nominated for congress signs 00 Account 01111 lIf'altb. ,

I them I! very rare event uf a great National, tate .! the lead, to crowd the thing through, the by the Jackson, 0., Democrats, and the OP- DETROIT 1ich.., July 13.-It U reported 1
pronouncing man : wife : local I I position ,1'arty. predicts that there wilt be here that HoD. George V. :1. Inthrop of t1w i
lIr crisis when scheme be a .
: public confidence) prOlmocs to a :!ucce"e .
the ,
wereen'ed ba I
guests to bountiful ryeu
a I r DlUn In the coming hustle for office. City, t"nitaJ Statd
collation of refreshments, which werr i i has been severely shaken and public '\ were much pleased with the ar- I Advices from all parts of New York, New f minister to Htali, t tI ,

highly prai-Ctl by the many guests preI I., tll'iniuu s divided, :111 hone inte1lit'nt'! t '' title of Dr. Graham on the canal land :, Jersey; and New England show that a tar I bas tendered hisresignation. .Ie
and t rifle rain and wind storm all It isI l'l'I
'oent. The newly) -married coupletarte d 1 ; vigorous Independent party may l he busing-s, hut Ire not so lenient :1. he. day nijht. Great damage has been Wednes done I I elated that Yr.I \

t from Titu"ilIc \\"t'dnt'oday morning! I Iun needed to size the reins of power and re- '\-l do not believe in giving the Coat, roperty. I 1 Lothrop, while not ,

their bridal tour which will incJudl tore order mill confi ence. In such rare the Canal, ur the Company, one hundred It was rumored that John R. lcwn .I seriously ill, hM ,

,} i C:1"l' the hour will bring forth the i thou j was trying; to purchase the New York Sun. I, not been In good
man beautiful and romantic trip '! But in men and acres, nor one acre which they :aI', Dana says h6 hasn't beard i I + health, ant fears
the anything
i through llitl ordinary eau-e of events nn l have not 'amelI. about that hi' return to ,
rent parts: of the States. i People wonder that it, but the Sun was for sale at I ,
Their Independent party i is:" in n hclple"} s mi" the old :SUttuoo' o.Springfield, this country b nec-
numerous friends, :11111 the T.\r. ;; dredge went crawling along here : :. ..
his recov.r
included i Borin' It CtI1 sehlaneat a candidate : hcrelf ; Ill, grand jury has indicted l'S.'il1ry for
them drawing forward few feet
:1 prosperous ant 1 a at a. the St. Louis, Alton & e y. .Act'Ordin ly
it Terre Haute ,
can never earn" n measure wihnl1t : I Railroad .
happy life. : the time by her .coop or bucket, while the : company for violating the United heresigned; wmec.i' ,
__ aid of one of the th'r partil' In : ; States laws ? tune ago, his res'i'nati'Jn
-- i place.where :- i Denny !lanced attendance on her ill tead postal by carrying mail and i t ,

The uniform of the I-land City Guard- : I Jt IStron, in member hone and ,I of towing her to where there was work I: letters not placed in the regular mail j I J Augtast to tab! 1. .
.ff..t on
nos .
Cincinnati detectives I G. S. LOTHP.OP
of Key \o-t: have :urin' united in conviction, -trictly organizer c1 to l.e done, but bless yon'' it was 84t' : entered the Lebanon, 0.,, normal Boyce and school Tuley, I Mr. l..thrllp is past sixty vein "t age 8D,11.4 \

The court nt lh1inl'ilte wag engaged 1 :HIll ciplinl"41.} and and ably" I IINI acres to the mile they were sneaking came out with lots of valuable information and t 11 native o' nno'"cticut' lIe Was graduated \

Thuro-tln": 01) the trial uf Turner Gray" I l it may Iwlll the cI-tin;: vote l'etween' along for. The only work done 1Iy them f I in regard to the Broad ay club trial which I from Hr.wu university in 1,1 :%x Prof, sSSmon["poD '
the other was not down in the curriculum lnia)11:6: : he chose the rat ,
for I11U nicr. parties and say which of the m so far as I can learn l llCt\wen Titu."illennd I loved alma mater. of,their Le I and enterer the lIarvartllaw school. \

r 11'3I.. of Monticello ha. hal1 win-llut it (atlnuteat itself the Narrows waat Grant farm and ; Tue supreme court of Indiana has just de. After his college life was over t.d oenai in ,
an offi"t' for the of his profeasmun
it can hope to gain 3t it- best is .'\ that of cidto\l that the townships along the line practice ofj \
shipped 700 crates of pear during the yea no advantage whatever but n of the Detroit, \lich. lIe ha 4 been a roiIf'ut
h compromi altd to =gin that it Winsacriiice t decided proposed Anderson, Lebanon 5; St. Louis !j tb.t has always ,
pa"t w'ek. .. nuisance to 1-3i1 boat besides railway will not have to pay to the Indiana ("ity ever f'iuCt' Mr. Lothrop "

'I The principle i itself: md demand :t the work done wa;; on the east ille of. Midland, its successor, the tax: which I btK n a Democrnt. lit was attorney, ..
BartoUit1oi.. bypedal reque-t, like I-Icrifice} of was general cf Michigan; in 1--4 he only polite
from voted
principle the the i i-land to the former road I
partythnt channeleldom II
I n used tIle cal 1:1 l'il he 'Tai
nttrlllIrtl otnce he heJ.t
a bnly to the Pre ever \
-hyterian burs:" its "ut(>. Hut it i i.. not often Casper Lonthinan and one Honsefet, i: l"Jnnnt.tJn at
1 west cbmmel being much tIle best with : supposed delegate; to the National
church :1t n:utull-t .unday, and liteiietl that 3n to be dying from the effects of a com" I Charleston of IMu
Independent party iutfi'cientl tI and Wag a supporter jlas
) only one bad.-pot in it, which wa, not petitive exercise in hand.carving I i
to:1I1 xl'roHngJ :Ipprupriate dioure -- united and Upon each: alter the split in the DemocratiC MlIl1P. ,
vigorous to attain even to' touched nt all. :840 acres! they :oohould I other, lived to hustle around to get the 115as.esseri Lothrop was a Union man during;: tEe! wsr.
( by rev (air fru1I1 the t
sttbjeciI ; this short ..
for their
mca ure of intil1el1'e. practice in the tine
In have arts by He nominee fur
3QO three
I yen i la-he. I have been told that I was times a
.\ Gooll SoMjer. j the lunotf'r
cml its 0. authorities and he staaj;
only achievements are to clemor- when the I I States senator from Jlichkgsn ,
Rockledge retnwCtl frum
Where are the t'nite States state
authorities' high as a lawyer in that \


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I f was found. \! Proceedings of Both Houses For the ,
TWENTY-EIGHT : the horrible I' I IN A DUEL WITH SWORDS One Hundred and Fifty-Fifth Day. j }
FOR THE CHLOROFORMER, i led to the '! WITH I In the senate, the bill granting and warrants I, THE CAUSE OF THE VIRGINIA UK -

I l paper PREMIER FLDQUET. I to the soldiers and sailors of the 8 mi- !j, LAND DI:A5TE1t.
i, to San 1 nole war of 1SVJ was back
reported adj
11ft 1j
M -hoiise >a>s CannotGrant j
Govenrur man's iJel : j' The General Keceives a Serious Thrust in : Tersely. A joint resolution relating to the
a Commutation of 'Potence, and discover Marietta Such Was the Verdict of t1tN CorwnerSJurj
: the Neck-Oaten Natalie ; centennial was passed. Cullom'samendments t
Thai tlf Mii?t Hani; In Four UVeks-.\ j tion for a Ordered" Out : to the inter-state commerce -List of the Seriously! Injiirttl :> w "

Fkrtrh u"f the Mn'-The Crinu.f .. | iih ,., i' of Germanyu ,\ Coal JUliO Aeci- I act were considered and passed. At ."> p. m. at Charlottesville a* Far IU Known-TK.
j interceptefl dent-Other Foreign New after a short secret session, the senate ad-
Dead Now Number TEll.GORDOxsnUX. .
by Chief of PARIS, July I-*.-Premier Fkqutt an.lGen.Boulanger jour I \,
when the In the Va., July Hi-Tb* C-JT-
bouse resolution .
1 : was offered directing -
fought duel
i a at 10
glish < Sir'Prs ij a. in. The the coumittee on manufactures i' Doer 3 jury here have decided that the disaster -
i used
| weapons were sword- The
? him. lie : : dueling; make separate reports on the testimony at Orange C. II., on the Virginia Midland
ground was Count ;,
on Dillon's
r 1I ermn..t and estate, at taken m relation to sugar;: trusts and Standard railroad wa* caused by the rotten timbers.
Tracy and I j Neuilly{ a short distance from Paris. Gen. Oil trusts; also a resolution to investI! : I All day working trains were at wtrric,

from.St. i: j Boulanger was wounded in the ana ant. gate the subject of excessive immigration. :; and it is now 1eliaca.t all the havbeen .-

after the neck. ,. The tar.ff bill took piecedenca of district ] recoered.Tne ,
I j turned to St. :j business, and was cunsiderel until .*> m., ,
| 'f wounded in the hospital i'rjarltilf- '
He l: when the house adjourned. Mr. Cannon's

I ) j i Fiuntk-roy J: '" {?- amendment to put sugar on the free list: and rifle, are: p
i close his real : pitY producers a bounty was defeated l, 37 to i H. C. Hrightwell, of 1'nxptvt. Va. trip -
r r. throuzh ,; :. 'Os.: I injuries are prolubly fatal: '
tl a
i i iI ,
4J frI I John D. \ "-.1 : Wishard Hunter, of Scotland, slight >ujurvd. I .' ,
I j bUsiected : "' r .;p One Hundred and tilt-Sixth u\). ; ; t
I i< j In the senate during the morning hour Mr. John P. Wall f
41i .i ; of West Virginia, brui-e* I
PRE.LLEI--MATWELL. I attempted to i' {- y $ tto;:,'; Sherman secured[ the adoption of a resolu1 !' John Q. West, of Washington frat-iire .
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo., July 1t Govermr r |J loncer, but I I ) r J"; ;4. 't I 1! ti.>n directing; the finance committed to in- 1 the right thigh. .

Morehuu"t" his decline to grout n cunimn- |' kJlowllllJ English M-ho ell AI ...t. i';I! ', ve.tigate: an 1 report in regard to tbe control W. N. Parott, of Free Union, Va., fia,'- .

tation of thA henteice against Hugh! Un ok', I IJ : S of trusts and other monopolies. Mr. Vest I 1 lure of the left thigh. ,
came to St.
alias} Maxwell, but has granted a ropit of i} and at once t r '...... introduced a bill declaring as unmailable : J. I* Whitehall, of }Fineastle toJljr injured ?
four Nark;, [axTtl1"ao; to have been I i life _- :-- f7; '' < matter libelous or scurrilous: matter for the ; knee. i'

bun; tll hi\--, but! this rusjntM givrbins a I j i ence, bringing and;all: o :;;: ':;; 't-II f.. purp )sa of dunning.; Mr. Hoar spoke against : John La.ifel.iw, of England, arm hbdl}.

---;<" ". -__- : the fishery treaty, and at 5:4J ad-I i 1 bruised.
I .r. p m.
leap < f i f n: til August It). ing himself: iI tr y
H'ih 1l,dttra! i Urooiw; !' May 10, 1 ISM T jimrned. I j At other places in Charlottesville are: '.H
was o-ily twi ity- : In the house the '
,- : 4> ?: tariff bill was; considered, I Dr. GreelL-b of Ja.
) Augusta, dislocated
greHIIS M whit he murdered hi. Cri"n,1an.1 [ i sensational .1.-.1.2 / until 5 when
j" p. in., the house took a recess right shoulders
l I./Io"t..tor{ Charles Arthur Tulles !'. of accidental : ': '. :;/ until s p. m., the night session bein* for i Mrs. Stoekert broken
for "- years -tz: lour lr xiKs was bom in Hy d.l"he-.hire, I IEnjrwH'i j fatal flaw !in '\. !I tory. Lynehbur shocked. a
duce "'( 1r"-L- i f Capt. C. C. Taylor, of Alexandria, bruised # "
aiid from las early; youth %vas a j the i I i
j and
Ifitihi.; ,"rr'ntric and .seltish Uiv !His fath>r, I he was about One Handled and Fiftj-'seventh Day. shocxed. /H
Fatiii 1 N Brunks! is a ,rhi! ...itii.ti'r] inHr gave:; him the !'I GEX. GEORGE ERNEST BOrLRSGCR i In the senate a bill was reported to pro- 1 The dead not previously reported nn: ''

,li., Hugh shoe th<, I l-tn, and soon afterbcficc effects of j habit Chinese immigration. The conference A young white woman, supposJ to IIf"1
I Later particulars; the Boulanger Floquet on tie :' Annie ]iruwif, of Philadelphia. jjCel
report :
of he lK I Maxwell post-office! bill
itne ale ?;; a'i practicing in : ijnpropriation
j dual say that liars Boulanger lost considers was debated. It I Charles Francis, residence al- '
Hytir, When he was twenty-four years old valise, with was: sent back to come j
his career in Hyde came to an end. Ho ocean while I! bla blood from the sword thrust through the.j eJJC The fortifications bill was consideredj I though supposed to be Baltimore. ;

was deeply in debt and steaped in wickedness jury did 1 neck, but it j.; not yet known how seriously i j until 5X: ) p. m., when the senate adjourned ;j An unknown Italian who wa on bu way

was known to be a liar and a putty band the ht is hurt Tim en"rlVa!> accompanied i j In the house the senate sorghum amendment to New: Orleans. }

swindler! and was given the cold fchouldor I that :\[ ,:i by MM. Le Herise: and Laisant. M. Floquet j : in the agricultural appropriation billwasagieedto. !, Dr. 11. I. Torrance, of Blacks S. C.S. :

by his distant relatives and friends. He then money The tariff bill was considered Cortex, of New Orleans.
i} was secolrlrl by MM. Clemenceau and I
determined to leave II until ;5 p. m., when the house took This make tea dead.DR. ;
England ant seek hs: they put on | Perrin. The duel lasted only four minutes.. a
fortune in the new world. John F. :\! j Gen. julanger scorned much excited, and recess for the until 8 p. m., the night session being] I GARNETT D_AD. 1''
lIe took from work well. I consideration of the census bill. I
rube Liverpool to Xer/ |i exhibited considerable nervousness. He s
York on the steamer Cephalonia, and the t i<>.' bank '', made several passes at M. Floquet, who was I One Hundred and Fifty-Kiglith Day. :> OUO Washington's! UV11 JiUff\HI 1'1.- -4i'

first day out he met Charles Arthur Preller began while! ; very palo nnd, equally as excited as his In the senate a resolution to print extra i' siiiiiH Di4' Atlantic ('Its-. N. ..1.i t

Brooks was nearly twenty-five years old and check, was I 1 tagonist.; M. Floquet handled his word copies of the report of a committee on i j WAMIIXUTOX, July li-A private di.-
Proller nearly thirty, but Preller was mu"htlie grand jar:;. : very awkward manner. an-I sions of certain vetoed pension! bills led pen-to i i patch just received here from Atlantic City
in knowledge of the world. He trap set for : I I i I I After soma half dozen (} ,' up 'I -
younger I pusses ?-t. a political debate. The coast defense bill r. );j-; f annuuncea the
had Ixvri bred good and was a Christian. Frank Din; i } ,, danger: made ads.peratedasli at1.. Floquet, I was po tp'mell. Mr. George, of Mississippi, 'I "fi/" dmth tlf .\. Y. P.
His! father was a silk merchant in Bradford I nnmE't\."< ; !1 who thrust his sword out and held J.Jj{! H.url'.tt
it at arm's siwke on tae fl.:lerit";;. At U p. m. senate adjourneiL I' : a Inuliogphy.sii'i'in
in Yorkshire. A merchant in Bradford, .1. told him IIH : [ length. Almost at the! same moment Gee I' I 1\t .;jfjI'-I;: L of this u

IL Dixon, took Preller into his tore, and, friend was h, Boulanger received. the point of his ;:I1'1 In the house sessions were ordered for next i ::vir-...'\. c.ty. Dr. <>:irnett

very soon promoted him to Iw his foreijntravflor. New Zealand ,l ': nist's. weai>n In the neck. The :general; : sta Wednesday end Thursday nights for labor t I \E' 'l) was Imrtt vVj: .teiu- i,

He made one trip to the Unite 1 morphine )' : gered, placed his hand to fie! wounl and fell] I i I lulls: and military aff-urs. Ford, of :Michi I Igun. ( 'o" leer -.t. Iv;'*, ia a
States and Canada and was starting; on his syringe was : unconscious in the arms of MM. 1.Herbse reported hack his immigration investigation Knox s >imtv, Virginia
Mcoml tour, when ho met Hrooks He 1 had More than j and Laisant. A doctor who I '- :
was \present, resolution, and it was adopted. Th o f iT ruin just recently
plenty of money and Brooks had very little.Brooks Maxwell and i at once bandigfd: the t'uroat of the wound d[ I j tat uf bill was then taken up and considered k;( ntirfil from

tit once, with the kcenne of deli her and man, but the flow of hi! oi was only partly \ until ", p. m., when the house took a recess I ....... the pre..lrl.l'v! of
ate Tilhany, saw the advantage of muff to I' checker The I ):i. "'" 'o.. ...: I !
Ijecoiiung general was until 8 o'clock, the ': the
: : immediately c-ir- uiht; session being fortile J \\\ \' x A'I'"olll1 Jr:{-
intimate with his acquaintance. II> introduced to rave : [: \ i I j ried from the field. Nothing definite ('Oulol', | consideration of jiensiou} bill". l-:=--:.. ..::: ittduss<,t'lit..n He
: :
himself to Preller as Walter II. Lennox lawyers I be learned of his injuries. I I .. =--- was a well known
Maxu: ell, a relative of Lord Farnhatti. with a piece The affair was kept a profound secret BLACKS VS. WHITES.. i i DIC. A. >i. !'. (iAil IiT. veteran of Wnsh- l
I ,
lie told Preller that hA was the heir tIt anImmeiibe upon by : from everyone except the principals and Srrion; Trouble I! ington, who first liecanie known to the puhI -
estate then tied up in chancery. pieces to be !i! their seconds, The: news of tho duel caused I Krewiug III Crittendeii I lie by hiS account of life on thA! coast of
They were together: during the Cep'iulonia's, ) I by the two :I' a profound sensation in Paris. I ye.witlJ ;i Count, .\i'ka lisas.Tenn. I j California, where hi served a> pjysicuiu' in

trip to New York, an.1 then parted, agreeing meat This I l of the affair say that Gen. Boulangerj I I '.IElIPHI,., ., July 10.-Troubles i.i i I the Unitd States navy during; the .it'tuuisi .
to meet in St. Louix supported as t brewing IK tweea the whites ami blacks I in '
j fought; desperately! and displayed much? feel- I I'i tration of John Tyler i i Octt>l lr, 1-;, t, haI
On Saturday, April S, Ifttt! both PreSl.v :great; effect hllwe"t'I'I! ;: i fins He tri 1 very hard to kill his ants'- Crittendea county, Arkansas, where the ne- I resign :.1 from the navy to tike a pniessorship -
and Mar well arrived in tit Louis, and registered point against! \ onist. He threw himself again and again; :groHS outnumber! the whites five to on e. I in th'" :ltioaal1t"lim&\ college: in

in the Southern hotel. Preller was evidence. : on1.. rJIII.IUf.'t. miking de.-j>erato lunges Nearly nil of the legal officials of the county \\a"hill;" ,ton, having; in 1SJ. inarrk-d th< noticed by the servant hype'ritictl i with hi sword are rind for years have been negroes. TheIIIit.f II
of the hotel to 110 a ; at every onslaught.! Both ;" daughter: of Hon Henry .\. Wl"'o.i
quiet :young; man oho was| -tev! cud"r he was put on 1! duelists refused to stop at the request of authority vested in these coloredofiunals l I afterward the noted governor of Virginia.

the influence of his companion. Both drank, it was ; their serandswhen :[. Floquet'a band w has imbued them with the lea that In IStJl: he "vnt with his s tav," vtu.> ta
Yu\\pllaJwat's found guilty. the bites must subject themselves I )
the cut
inviting other. During ; any charge of the hospital at Kichiiioitil find I '
the first day of their stay at the hotel, the all night, j I (ten. Bivalanger's wound in the neck is b<> treatment at the bands of the blacks, and I family surgeon of President DaTi., MfcoTJ ,

subject of a trip to Auckland brtmched morning with | breed to be a serious one. M. Floquet r e' outrages on all law of good order have frequently ', he accoiiiaiiieil] : in his tli;;ltt. S:t m after be ';
by Maxwell. Preller told Maxwell that he On June f), i ceived slight; wounds on the hand, chest and been perpetrated. The few white '! say again: tahlibhed at Washington.
would go. Maxwell then told l'n.Her that murder in 1 j foot. otKeials: elected have endeavored by every I j

he was out of money, and askei him to piy Messrs. )[ The members of the ministry awaited the I mc.-iiis to root out tbe most corrupt of this I! THE MEXICAN FLOOD CALAMITY.:

the expenses: of the trip. Preller had then I tion for a result of the duel at the residence of Premier j element: and tiiis always occasions more or I -----
about JNU in cash! in 1 hu, pocket, but he was different j Floquet, and, when that gentleman returned I les-, friction between the races.At I I.OSH of Life Thought JJ&r'r han llr- r

not prepared to become the banker: of his I trial was he received a perfect ovation. each term of the criminal court I I'"r''d-Ut..titntlu. .\II"II::{; suriors.ST y,
friend, was sentenced chal'hl'i" hav. l.een made ftTniii-t of I II Tjil'Klull* 1':*, rt.. Ivi
and told him so. : ; : (lulu n slIlall crowd vrn .ixvnifMIT? the_ ,ru- coma flirt 2i> f-e A frniii
There is little doubt that at this moment 1SS(3.( An turn of Gen. Boulanger. n-----o 00- I offending colored officeholders:, and indict- 'I Beta, :Mexico, the princifinl scene of the

disappointed adventurer resolved carob execution i I inents have been found against them. Last I great fl xid. say that ma sts tif people are

his friend of the money, although he did not I granted to Origin of the rouble. I October Jude; D. W. Lewis, the colored I' {tucked in j oitals, !stables and every available

then decide how to do it. A suggestion I ruary 1. PARIS, July 14.-In the chamber of depul! county judge, and David Ferguson, his I, 1 1cbrk plar-e I.f shelter, averaging one |*TSOII to less

came the next day hich wa Easter Sun j pending the : '. yesterday Gen. Boulanger; proposed the i I were indicted for habitual drunken- ., 'than square yard of space, with pies of ,
day. PrHler complained of pain in the state j! ; of the chamber. His proposition I nes-,. Tho trial will take place in a few i *fh ig; matting; laid on the ground for leis and

stomach and loins, and asked Maxwell: who i' of the lower I J rejected. Floquet was severe upon Boui days, and the threatened trouble is the out-,,I a few mis-rable rags for co"er11 abla-

he knew had some medical I experience, to t case resulted i I linger and the chamber was full of parti- growth of that fact. |i 'IxMlied: men! have been forced away to work

deviate the pain. Preller told) hiw to n;e I Another i uproar. He said: "We represent universal Five days ago a half dozen prominent ,!I 'by the government Rations of IJJ't:':!.) and 1

whatever means he thought lxsL Then his defendant's sutfrae"e have rendered more planter were notified through their colored meat are issued. and everything q pf),siM*' done 1 4

plan of murder and robbery unfolded itself I States supr j to the republic: than: you can do .I servants that their lives! were in danger as 1 to relieve the l ufferingM.I I'

before Maxwell. A morphine injection to Martin and I You demand dissolution. Your pho- the negroes were determined to drive the ,. Children up to twelve years of age are

Produce unconsciousness, then death by I claiming,; that I |toraphs:; come from Germany, where :your w bite people! out of the country or kill them. ', among these masses without a thread u C

chloroform, then robbery, then an alarm the rights ,j i ; lie.'' Anonymous notes of warning were received clothing, and at night are wrapped in whatever -

and an explanation that the death was ac- I fair and I i Gen. Boulanger replied: "M. Floquet's by many prominent white men who were rags the family have for covering..

He took Preller into his own room !I supreme court I) is only the utterance of a badly edu I given five days in which to leave the county. ;, Anything whatever of food or clothing, no

and made him strip. Then he went to the I state supreme: I j school usher. lIe in no way alludes to The, white people have therefore prepared i matter bow: poor, is received with extreme '
Southern hotel drug store and bought four I justice or general policy of revision. He merely J I for ,.'ar. Governor Hughes: has been informed )gratitude. In view' of the nature of the

ounces) of chloroform. holding that I personal attacks. I tell him now, as !! of the state of affairs and seventy- ,; buildings involved-they being constructedof :

Returning to Preller, he made him bare that brought told him amid tbe noise, that: he impu- j' five Winchester rifles nave been sent to the adobe-and the grec number of them
bialert arm and injected the chloroform. rehearing was lies." I J whites. It is thought that a conflict is '1 which were destroyed, it is still believed that

Preller became unconscious, and Maxwell I In the decision A great uproar followed, an,1 when the likely to occur at any time. I 1 1I the bodies of many hundred people are in

saturated the handkerchief with chloroform the dissenting 1 '!' was called upon to inflict censure FLOOD I ,the ruins. Some three hundred were re

and placed it over the nostril and mouth of attracted the rules upon Boulanger he resigned. "" DAMAGES.* I I I ,covered, but the stench was so great that t

the otht r. He stood there and watched, and I mnt. He however, the censure was I A Vast Amount of Property Destroyed Ity further i search was abandoned.

presently iVeller groaned. The anesthesia ceeding as an the Kecent Rains. I!
sitting M.
Floquet sent his
complete. Maxwell hurried out of sec- PITTSBCKG, July 13.-The sudden rise in j I
the room, and, entering: the drug; store again, ST. Louis, to Gen. Boulanger's house with his the Mon-jiigaheH has done incalculable !j: Discovered the Person of a Lady Hook

bought two more ounces of chloroform, derer who ; I e. Gen. Boulanger was out, but the da maze:; to property. Millions of feet of 1 Agent at Wilkeabarre, I'enosylrauia.

which he earned back to the hotel Anti ad- been respited I ,ht were in told they would find him at I lumtier, scores of coal boats and large I WILKESBARRE, Pa., July 13.-The cham-

few ttmuteml to Preller. Preller was dead in a court, and I i ] :. repaired.a newspaper office, hither he i quantities of fencing, besides everything ( ]pion female bigamist has turned up here.

teen minutes. Maxwell then seems to have date as ; M. Floquet seemed l (else in the reach of the current has been !She is a book agent, and says her home is in
to overcome with panic.. He determined anxious to fight before j torn i from their moorings and carried away I St. Louis. She is twenty seven and good-
** inner th.'>81 the body. Stripping it, he drew A Boulanger got to the Intended newspapers.Gen. like corks. Over seventy-five shanty boats, !looking. It is said that she has married no
legs a pair of his drawers to contest uc- the homes of than two hundred !
:Iasarked own I LONDON, irely the departments of more people, ;, !less than twelve men in as many different
Pttl with his name. Then be took a sur- Town, Africa Ardeche and the Dordogne, were lifted up an I carried away, and the ,I tales. She is a sharper, too. When she arrived -
knife Nord.Natalie
Lrea..t from his trunk and slashed on tho I mine at I j faimlit-s who had tied to the highlands are i in a town she would find plenty of

that of the corpse a bloody cross. After I evening. ; Ordered to Leave Germany. I now camping; out fools with more money than brains who
J ors f4.o* wrote on a card, "So perish; all trait- I tombed. I BERLIN. July 14.-The German A !-it
aked the great cause!" and plaool it on the LATER- 1 ordered Queen Natalie to lease police Ger- | over :i million dollars. The loss to the coal ': ;insist on marrying, and then get tree husband

hiss sn.1 brunet of the body, which he then that tbe fire I i within twenty-four hours and before 'j and mil!! men is simply tremendous. The |;, to loan her a couple of hundred dollars to

which he jammed into one of his trunks, exploring p I I to surrender her boy, the Crown farmers are also great sufferers. l1undreds'of 'send i home to her sick mother. Aft.- j'hegQj,
ransyrke.j had emptied of its contents. Ho port that Alexander, to King Milan's acres of crop, nearly ready for the the money she would take the next tram out
the clothes Preller had plenipo-j harvest, are ruinel along the rivei. At :
took an taken off, have been i l (' who will take him to Belgrade. the money"in the every point the waste is fearful and''
pockets, and jewelry police will subsequently escort the About a month ago she married W. II.
and then went : Trouble queen the river is full of debris of valuable!
the tOotno out, locking the door of ; the railroad station and place her on a prop Evans, of Hazletoa. She got $1.)1) out of

lime IIlIUht LONDON, en route to Vienna. Force will be' erty. Evans, and then fled to this city. Evans arrived -
two trunks and had: them 'ntforth. ment wa* cret here
s '
to if yeste.iiay looking for the
the hot', and i necessary to compel her to !surrender About the Same as Last! Year. i woman.
then be gave uimself UP : circles t >-diy: t child and To-day another husband, Albert Tuomai.
r, t of the ; to leave German soil. The MEMPHIS; Tenn., July 16.-The regular
.iLls.! morning:; to drink and the i,; regiment is prostrated with grief. Her villa at 'I9 monthly from the west turned u} He wa> U/ckir.g::
t for
crop report the Memphis dis- '
? :in
tt.T > "iHe dared to
was intoxicated all I for the
| \ ill surrounded the woman, tr 0. She married him and
by tract
1I' police. which
ght west Tennessee
Melt and all the next day, and made Aldershot ,) ) i Arkansas north gut v--'">rThe woman's right i.ume 13 sail
the rimI<'uou* in various places about 1 of opinion i* : I and north Alabama, to le put> to be Lorina Hart. She is an expert forger
eny. He A h hed to-norrow by Hill, I'.,ntaiue & Company
karin started for San Francisco, 1 Boers in South Strange I'l.enomeiion.MARQVETTE and Ls wanted on two charges.
train I"rt'llt'r' body' in his room. On tbe Mich, July H>,-At 7 o'clockt'linf'sJay will say that there is very little! ditTo'r-
u* attracted attention by his nervous No \ evening the water in the harbor once in the general condition of the.cotton Died From Afouudft in Stinila>*4 Itottlt

''jin' hi. habit f cigarette smoking aud his :. LONDON. ; fell twenty-six inches in a few minutes crop now, &'i co'npare
fcJL8tne8! about himself. To som pL"-, India ars ..d i fall was so rapid that ve,,>:;is at anchor }wricri.r developments about the Whitley county

: rs he said his name was I'eix'V Read, of |I| sari,!' >;; & : ''' H"'II to sink. The wind was liht ut Drinks ISfr and Hi.".. .. Kentucky, battle: of Sunday except that

DaIlstanUnopJe, and to others bewas T. C. )ba- + -i : : ( at the time and the lake calm. A MINNEAPOLIS, rimn.. July li-Eva'Scbmitz : Hiram Rose and another one of the Fu'on

Ukj 1ed a Preucbnian. As D.:r the lake a a iiiv.,r. H.1 woman, drank some j men have died from their uouil+. This
at 4 &n Frnncio, I t.mebef. and ivlieved; makes a total of the deaths to date, with
liter the 'o linty!. A \-Pfi'k I: >re is to have beer, took;} aid diet Th doctors
dais he murderous Kastcr Fund ujn :S:. :+ j a giauticTater: pt.ut or tornado, found no natural cause for death. Her | three other combatants seriously and four

ct thI set sail for Auckland in the "t ias: ATHENS. 1 b ich drove the water before i:: in such fi!"unnch will be anal''z- <1 for tracts of p>ison. j I t otters slightly hurt. No further trouble i*

l '- nee. both steamer City of Sidney. In th' tnean- i fell .; j 1 as to ('a"e the strange phenome her former hu>l the rooms of Preller and Maxwell ape wa don, !.. ,s u"I':,'QYI. i I factious have suffered severely.THE .




) LIGHT AND AIRY. I r.CLlGlOUS' GLEANINGS. Teaching the Crew a Lesson. I CARDS. ,

On a recent cruise of the United Statesman

Sally With a V.Now. or"-. MV" tlure than J.OtiU communicants of war Michigan a sailor, who ia a j j L A. GINGRAS,

.: l '_.r.rua cburvhes of Cliina. attempted to throw an ex.hausttxl I S. H BAY
to me a spade a ppad-? is. I Chicago man \

+ a 1 You may talk abut your Sadies .' \t"II.'UI.I.'noml1:4t.O 5 in Salt quid of tobacco over the rail into AffHT-IAWASD NOTARY PUBLIC .

And the lot of your fine ladies, i .'.., ".ty !Live united in a local evangelical: the water His aim was bad, and the j ,

? 1 1 All the fashionable fry: t ...,!. It : quill fell on the deck. An officer obs'rv.'d Rock Ledge, Florida.
x Bat there's none to hold a can:eNonehowe'er -
Vjrjrvb i -otlanJ has in Poona, Inhi. : sailor --- -- --- -- ---
i allow
it. He would not
they n;the handle I L. Lr LDEN Successor to J. C.
To their names-in all the land'll .s:1, f..f.':ik mis ion schools, containing '-Mich it, but ordered the entire crew j ji D. Nonfood acd Co.,

Touch my Sally with a y. f over -K.) :';.r1-. n- up a gun tackle. The gun tackle |
Fhe is neither wise nor witty 1 The gvrvnl a.emLlj of tbe Presbyterian is a hawser three and a half inches thick ; ,

f Ami. erliaiis, not even pretty. rLurt'li Wi;i m vt in Dr. Crosby's New and weighs 2,500 pounds. Being seldom Titusville, Florida.TITUSVILLE, FLA.

t Cut phe'a good and she is gritty, York, llav I9. if ever used, it was stowed away in tho I t I

And she'll know the reason whyIf The Luthomn* in the Baltic provinces are hold and covered up. To get it on deck JONES & WILLIAMS,

with her name you dally it Sallie: : being per>e 'u:t..l by the Russian authorities. and rig it up is a long, hard task. But I'
And the man who spells J -
I I In Humiliation's valley I Many of the clergymen have been banishedto the gun tackle was rigged up, and the I. .titlorliays-at-Law.

1 May perhaps pick up the y. Siberia. commanding officer attached to it a silk
Florida.Q.EO. .
R TitiKville.
The Moravian report for the past year 2U2S3 ,- : thread, lassoed the quid of tobacco, mado !i
Tho" fair fools with the new fancied n
communicants in their mission fields it fast, all hands a long pull and a I '
Names have most adroitly anged ; M. ROIJIHXS
For your uncle-really wrangled with a total of 83U.,( ) persons under the care strong pull, and the quid of tobacco was i! Gen'l Merchandise

For the love light from my ey e- of their missionaries. The total receipts were hoisted overboard. Then the gun tacklo j I

1 There U one who never sought me, J95.345.: There: is a deficiency of upward of was taken down and stowed away in the ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,

l' >ever 'Lroidt red braces wrought me, 5,00J. hold. It required eleven hours of hard |; Tmyv-iLLi:, FLA. .
I Yet somehow she's cutely caught me, - -
Has: my Sally with a y. Recent reports to the contrary: notwith- work to get the tobacco overboard, and | A1. TIIRASlfERr: S TORE.ATTORNEY.A.TL.

1 Boston Globe.A standing, Mr. Spurgeon and the Baptist it is the opinion of the commanding officer I .
union have not settled the vexed questionsthat I
that no more qtiids of tobacco will be .. w I
Good Thing. caused him to leave the Union a few I ,
!! deck of the Michigan for i
Wliy., Smith, you look as if you had lost months since. In fact they are farther apart thrown on the j I'. O. Dos 2v, SANFOIID, FLA. : _
tI last frien.i What's tbe matterr'i than ever i!1 some time to come.-Mil waukee Wiscon-l Will prartire in all the c.t1Ltie. of the 8nenth :

i your"Well, to tell you the truth, Jones, I'm The Greek Christians of Chicago are to :1 -i n. !j jXotirc I II Circuit and--Supreme Court. a i I

I completely strapped. I haven earned a dollar church of their It will be the I I p"'I"se t"
& erect a own. to Contractor : R. II. r.URCHFIELD
Th ,,1 for two months, and I have a, notion, ( third Greek Catholic church in tho United j I : i b"l'I I

l once in a while, to jump into the river and States, there being one in San Francisco and : Sealed prop,, aK for painting: thc out- i i

end it. But I've got mighty good thing if another in New Orleans. Assistance is expected : sideof the Court-HuUM will K received COUNTY SURVEYOR.A;'

1 I can only make it work.'' from the church authorities in ;! at the clerk's office until the first\ Monday I First-Class Stock t

.'What' itt I should be :glad to help nu. ; file Order by mail will receive a> prompt f
a. in August. Specification are on I Ii attention call in !

you. Sir A. B. Walker, of Liverpool, a brewer, i; at the clerk's, ullice. : a* per-on.
"I find for book I'vebeen
want a publisher a
IS having offered to build a cathedral in that }2 A. A. SxrAVAitT, AdtlreGeorgiaun, Ha. -ur- t.CV
writing on how to be Happy, though"Wealthy'
1 It would go like hot cakes."- ,, city at a cost of l,2oOOCO, the church of Co. Clerk, Ilrevard Cu.NO'T'ICE. F. ATKINON.

Springfield Union. England; people are in quandary, not knowing | i ii e

; whether to accept or refuse the offer. i R

Sot Up on Fonmlricc.'Arc The religious papers call the money "blood j JUSTICE OF THE PEACE 1 t

money" and advise rejection. the Honorable John
Having applied to
you familiar with Thackeray'sircrks For the :Second Ju-tice Di-trict of Hn'- GRO CERIES ;
D. Jml the Circuit Court
nrooinc. ot
f i' Miss Scoter asked Mr. Miles Stan- Native converts in Japan, with average ;c
t uf lirevard FI riili. lit' vard county : Court day, third Monday f
cli h c* the 1'itisburg girl, and she artlessly wages; of less than twenty-five cents a day, :r County. > : to appointed -
E responded, "Can't say that I am. I do not contributed" last year $:27OUO, to mission work. : guardian and custodian of myou. of each-- J :

keep the run of half the foundries they ara During: the year SC40 adults were baptized. :' .John ('.Iproll, a lunatic. \ill'f l1.i.1N111atS------- !

petting up in Pittsbur ."Boston Commercial making a t>tal membership of 14S15.; Thereare :, concerned will take notice that on the T

Bulletin. now UK. organized churches, Gi of theta; ';'VJth! t1:1of August.: A. U. ISSS. or a* :

self supporting, 03; native ministers and If;/:' I, soon !hori-atter a? I can bo heard. I will' Justice of the Peace forthe Thirteenth \ DRY flOODS

,a Hirli and Poor. theologu-al students. apply to hi* Honor for leave to bind and I 1 1I District. ,
Th* man that' rich s'.iould happy be; The first Young Peopb's Society of Christian ell the foilo\unjri'al i':state of my .*ahl' Coll r'r.N LY. FLORIDA.
lie need not put en airs, in Urevanl aforesaid, to-wit : : .
on '
: County : Court Slay, the third Saturday f eah tuonth.
Nor care o single: cent, not h -
, What kind of clothes lie wears. church in Portland, Me., in February, ;jTlie I.IE = j NOTIONS
;'J7. south ot -H oa-t. W \V1LP- A M townhip : rang ,
IsfcL Since that time they have spread born MM-rtrUry, D'.tfilo Mutual Life AcciJtnt I
The man hy I'O"ert.rppre;"'- !, throughout; the United States, and are fax containing 40) acres: more or kss.Uo: : I and Sick I lU-m-St .b'ciatwn, Dntf.....,. :X. 1'. .
Must in his ;garb take pride. lot :) of section ;{">. in to\vn-hip :57 south I !
making their way into foreign: lands. In ;'
.earciJtng of tht.'t.' test
ot ran no 41 oa=t.
P Isis potcrty tu Lide. is known there were sixty-eight membcs. j Dated this 10th day of .Juh'. A I D.I CUSHiONED EAR DRUMS .lions' Ladifs* .l; t'hiltlrt'lh'
it is
Boston Couii'-r. Today estimated that tho various I
1cS. 1'tla'1'TLv uixroKi: : Till: 1I1-\J<;. '
-- societies throughout the world base a membc. ,
I wbt-thrr iUn >p 1.u,1 by i.liltevrrn >r 111-
.Jo'-El'll C1'1:0 \.
Not Himself. .-hip of t ;i,000. In July, 1SSC, tv> mem- : jnrie< LI the nat ti r..i druiiiH, Alwaw HI J"UK,

l ; "Corkin* isn't himself today. I met him Ixrsbip in New York state was 1,400. Iz JoUt' ",= 11'illitnls.'olicitur LIT IMIUIILIu oiiutta.i.i rniii>rtat>!<* to wt-.i'
: (tug applicant. 1.2adhtlliiiti'af(11'fUtt Mueii. C'"L'.l'. -.i-,.a. \rrl "III"I"H'i difiiut1 SP3IOES.PARKER'S
just now end Lc f "Cmedi1J: and beg January, ISSS, it was 3.OPJ.PERSONAL: .
tl ________ l \\." r.l.'r t.' tn'Li1n. II."a Wnte to
he rent. u I'. III .{'()X.4 itiiM'U-t*, ri.rMTvTiOTY .

L I What did he say r Gtiai'lliall's ---- -
i' **He didn't word. He lent :> -tg-it. n-an ,-l
f "say simply mea 1, XotSco. IAmn ..ME I" MSpjIy 'Its

?>bill that I asked him fcr and"hurried ; GOSSIP. \ Tn till vhoiii it iiiny! cinicrn. : .MILLION \"IITUltll tar tiHiriiL Ll\K of -

tyn" Take Notice, thatix month* after date CLEVELAND and THURMAN :
4 "He lent fT)r"Yes. ;
you Senator Sherman is a great tentin player. II will apply to the Honorable Minor ,
." : l.,\ II...,. \\ r. IMN-KI. rti,." lito. .-t :Mr.fle\<-
Senator Quay, of Pennsylvania, cannot eat I S. .J um--, ( Runty Judiieof IJrevard dimly. .. '
l l "Does Lo know vellf"Of I..ut. xn.u it'' >t tl mn'1'Lalt-. V.'ttrn t'artfl.lgot' A Tt
*' you where there is a noise. Florida, for my final di-chaige from myadininitratnrhip ; 15"X. i'r..r liude>. it,' ,,IiI'I.. :.i,wi'<> = ,

cour1' Fred that habits : : of the estate ui :Sarah Aa-lit-at wjri: r. i>i.i t iMMhNu' ,'. -, hr best
Douglass says temperate
"Poor Corkins lIe isn't him .
certainly ,,,
work b' -t trriu- rtj.i'lx! iii.-k HH i n il k' :-?tlO to
i F. "n"devea-ed and from iftiardian-
have been his salvation.The .
self. -Chicago Tribune. $ ttttau.t'tt. > 't'ItIr.tIIU:1.1mU :
1 -- senior admiral of the British navy Sir ',: hip of William WtMiltr: late an infant, ; CnS.t l'it.l 1. i; hla 1'a-

Theatriral.ealottcy. Provo Wallis, is 100 years old. but How of full age.)
i atl'l this lnd Slay of Febrnarv., A. P.I .
First Actor-I wa grand as Othello last Col. Fred Grant says the profits from his 1---: :: .... CLOTRING G

night. There was only one opinion about ; father's memoirs have been 411,000. I I JAMES P.lCH.[.. HAIR BALSAMthe

performance, and that was that it was
t my When on the warpath Gen. Crook vcarsnu I _\tllHllu..tritur of the estate of :Sarah F. "''pcLlrfavnritefnrdlrscing J
unrivaled. the Ikiir. Kts-torui, coi >r "hen
Second ? What'stbe old canvas suit said to be worth $1.25. : Woo 111"; dii'i-a-i-d l, amid )guardian i-l' gray, tuiJ prevciiting I'andnjtt.
Actor-Only one
opinion !l Attorney General Garland says he has been \\ Iliull4HI111', a minor. s p/ It cleiiiM the F<-alp, flops' the
name of the man who was so unanimous j I tL LLl r {J.I.HA and is ure to rlC1Li t
; wearing the same hat for twelve years. .:v. r i 50' 1Ul.l $1.aWrum.-u.
Texas Sif tings. ----- ---------- --- -
(.;.cll11'...- Fnrnislilnir.. .. (;oOtl, ;
-- President Cleveland compiled the "Amen JI.\ ;TiR.S ?' .f.I..!;. H1NDERCORNS.TheMfe
The End That Paint can Herd Book" and received iU fur L:, i
1 Notice i is ht'rdin'n that antler and .surest and b*>!'t cure for Corn,unions&"
You never hear the bee complain : work. Pto. in"reseomrnrtLitlefeet. Xererlatlsto
Nor hear it weep nor wail; by virtue of a final decree of ale and forecfo'.ure I II cure; centj at I'm si-U. UI CUA & Co. \. Y. ALSOCROCKERY
Hut if it wish it can unfold George"estinShou..e, who has made a I rendered by the Honorable John

A very painful tail. fortune out of his air brake, is to build a I| I I. I In*iiue, .J u.le of the Circuit Court fur EXHAUSTED VITALITY I
house at Lenox Mas
-\Vashisgton Critic. $1,000,000 the :Seventh ,J Judicial rL'u t of the :State of

M. Paul du Chaillu is at present! in England ; : Florida, on the "JUth' day of ?lay _\. n.I t rilliE SCIENCE OF GLASSWARE\ ;, ;

Coni olatiort. looking out for a copyright of his forth- THE the ,
l vin' a certain calve in Chancery therein raENCE, treatI ;
r "I should think you would ease to be an I coming book, "The Viking Age." pending in the\ Circuit Court for IJivvard ; Medical: Work of theageonManhoodXerv i
umpire. ;, The king of Sweden was a failure in Al- County and for the circuit aforesaid, wherein L/Tr ;,

"Whyr' 1 I geria. The Arabs were disappointed at seeing I Dwisjht )L :reward i i.. complainant: : ou* and Thyglcal: Debility HARDWARE

"Well, you're exposed to all sorts of dan him in tho costume of an ordinary. I II red William Cleveland defendant i I a* -- Premature Dc- :

ger. You never know when you will be I I tourist, 1 cIin Error ofYoltb
Master in Chancery, will ell, for ca-h. to KNOW THYSELF r
knocked out ball mobbed the i land the untodmiier-: #
by a or by
"' [ Bonanza Millionaire James C. Flood, accompanied the hiirlif lJi.llIerull Monday, Augu-t (ith.1S ies! consequent thereon. 300 pages S vo., 125 proscriptions

spectators. .;! by Mrs. Flood and Miss Jennie :,,<, the -aine being the fist: Monday in for all di-easeo. Cloth, full gilt,only f l.oo, AND J

11 "But I think a great dial of my brother Flood, has left San Francisco for Europe for the month, i in front of the Court IIont> by mail"scaled. Illustrative sample free to Gold ;
Ii and I want to him." and middle-a-red! n1t'I1.&ond now. The and !
| tie benefit of his health.J. door, in Tit"ville. Urevanl County, '
"What has that to do with itr t Jewelled Medal awarded to the author by the National ;,
I "He M. Bailey, Jr., is the youngest bank Florida, between the legal hours of sale, all Medical Association Address ".0. Box 1-9.5,Boston !
is the coroner. -Omaha World. the following described real e-tate, to-wit :Mas, or Dr. W. II. PARKER, ,graduate: of
president iu the world. He is 23 years of age; : : : Harvard Medical Collt'ge,25 yearn' practice in Boston Chandlery Goods, j
' The Latent Ilulletln. and at the head of the Minnehalia National Ii All that certain lot, or tract of land with who may be consulted confidentially. Office, Ship i

Editor-Where is the cable about the i i bank of Sioux City. i the building thereon, situated, lying and No. 4 Bulfinch St. Specialty, Diseases> of Man. I
emperor's i l eing MerrittV Inland, in the '"untyIf Cut this out. You may never see It again.
i i Honi i on
1Assfstantone Mr. Washington; Irving; Bishop is at 1t
lirevard and State of Florida described t
came. i, olulu, but will not give any mind reading i i _

Editor-That's so. How was be yester' exhibitions there. His chief aim now is to fnllowtowit : f
The n.irth half of -outh-ea-t
day' get his health back. quarter
: 'i- e } i i uiti..-tlon tin (IOI), town-hip r
ssist3ntOI'Se. "i i try
Minister McLane, who is now enjoying featurt--
will be
The-e tlie
twenty-lulu (i"J4)-outh! ) of range) thirty ;ixi'M I
Editor Make him better today.-Tid Bits. short holiday Washington; does not believe I
= Miuth-
:; ) l:\'t. Athe! ea-t half of the fur aIJo- Il
another Franco-German war is likelyfor business, but orders tent me
of theoutheat of
Bathing Time Is Near.Soon several years to come. ,i| eat quarter quarter l!
-ection ten ((10), tuwn-hip twenty-tour > 24! '. in Tituvvillewai
will the in
c gentle inaidei :antore
thins kept
Into the rollers go i I The Marquis Paulucci, a wealthy Russian i 1 south of range thirty...ix |tljj) east, containing -
nobleman, has been visiting San Franci>co. hundred 7 fiW11-
And shriek when the crab gets on tot one acreWitne. be promptly
The end: of her dainty I He asserts that the women of California are ,, my hand and--al this :.l-t day.
toe.Boston Courier. handsomest he has ever seen. : Yss t. .t
I ;, ui May" A. H. V. 1It

j Sir John Lubbock, the great English: authority WALTEIS ?. JHAIIAM I,

TIle Doom of Fliv. on ants and their habits, has recently ;, Master in Ciaiuery.JOXF .

"Well, at last I have found the way to received several specimens from Africa cf ,v WILLIAM-,

make my fortune." '! hitherto unknown species of the insect. Complainant'solicitor-. llOTICI -:>t
"HowP I CbickeJS S,
I Will Fruits,1Eggs
I've invented a grenade that will extinguish \ :. buy ,
i a fire every time."' I DAUGHTERS OF EVE.

"Really But so many have been invented, Under an-1 by virtue of an order made eut(t ;.Ire

and none of them have been successful.; 1 The queen of Sweden is teaching; her peasantry by the Honorable Judge Rioome. .Tiulge Or any Country Produce 11"\

"I know that, but mine will work 1 I how to cook. of the 7th Judicial Circuit of the State of ,1kt bring

i "What do you fill it wuhr McGregor, la., has a young; ladies boat Florida in and for Brevard county. iu or friend may

"The kind of kerosene they sell at the club, duly offered and uniformed. the matter: of the estates of Mary .Annie market.

i OC'erics.Omaha World. Gray. Fannie: Louisa Gray, and Ella to
Mrs. Fair, of California, prefers her own
Louisa Gray, infants under the are of
cook the best hotel between A
.\ enltlre palace car and to 21 years. "l will sell, for cash, to the '
Ioa. '
r ta
Francisco. .
York and San ,
New bidder in front of the ... -
r Gilhooly (fj an Austin Niinrol-Wby) highest aivl best: ut
Mir Lmdi Gilbert has found employment Courthouse door, in Tittisville. Brevard '
don't you take your pointer slung u hen f HS LADIES'OUT FAVE:1TI'.
you for O.OUU discharged" convicts during her fif aforesaid, within the legal hour 'utrtt*
go hunting, Bab? county ? :I vER o? Oi to. I ask for a share tlf the r"110 '
tern us a phllanthropi-t. the Gth of A. H.
Bob-I don't like to do it; be makes mo years of:sale on day August.; coedMretopurchase asew gmac:: i s
feel Although > :essng the finest jewels in 1S5S. all the follow; described real estate lIot
so badly. po ; our flent at your place i -r terms cics. and come as a supplicant
"How sof' this country Mrs. George W. Childs seldom situate lying, and being in the ;a It you cannot Cnd our rroat,w-.:"i ic age,
but the of them. of Brevard and State of Florida : -->t TO nearest address to you brlnw ne r ea favor--
simplest for your
You see whenever I inks a bird the poor wears; any county dictator, kina

brute looks: n: Sue so reproachfully: that I Miss Neil is the only woman in the United to-wit EE\V\ ESE, G MACHiNE' G. !! s_ ,g..l 1
I Jt 1 'rRLbt--a treatment
half of the north-east
really feel mic-:'::'uortaLlJ.'o-T :ai tings.A Kingdom; of Great Britain who has adoptedthe The east quarterof CH1CA3023 UNION: BQUARC.MXOTICK. *- C ttr.S, If courteous

profession of a stock broker. She has an the north-west> quarter and the northwest ATlANTA GA ; i
Point for Actors.XTiea oftice in I/mdon. quarter of the north-east quarter of !;'!; t.Oll' M1 A ;1'T{, :;.oAt.I: good*ami low figure-i-

:: on the stage has ceased the strife, was a London section;. township. south of range ------ --- --- -- candidate f\-rpttWic
Kate Greenaway says pa
And Claude, the villain j iHla hi* breath, .V> east ; also two acres, more or less. in the
at the arts reception,
The actor, to be true to life. per, a charming figure the south-west quaiter of said section, Ill / if ,
To ,
plush a figured silk <'/// ni il/ fm t tn : favor
aitrst certainly be true to death. attired in a green gown
township and and also 3$ acres .
range ; fiom
Six weeks the first of
Boston and trimmed hat.Mrs. j publication:
Courier. a green '
more or less, in the south-east quarter of this notice, the under-igned will apply than Tm
Cleveland has appeared in a new ,
north-west of said section
Not Too Sudden.Miss quarter to the Honorable Henry Priest: : ex-otli-
cloth trimmed
spring walking; suit of gray .1 township and range being part of the : cio county judge, hating probate jurisdiction electedYour
Gldys'You appeared very abruptly braid and a tall
with broad white very gray estates of the said infants respectively.Dated .
in and for Dade Fla.
with errand awhile You county. ,
your ago. must trimmed hat with stone coior velvet and '
this: 2nd day of July A. D.
for letters of administration otx the
not conic foot J suddenly into the room whenilr. ball: I estate '! **.
snow ISSS.I to !
Snit* i* sending; the with of my brother. August liars, deceased -, anxious
Lisle N.
Miss Carrie L. Couch, of Center I SEW.\Ur>> F. GHAT. ,' late cf said CO1l11of Dade.IIEINlICK .
me. Y. recently shot a woodchuck with a rifle at Guardian of said Infants.
IlARS.Vavoland. .
SuiMent! lull is it tudtlcnt
Bridget- 30 Tho hunters there I .
a distance of CSO feet. up Jones & Williams. \ Dade Com 'mty. Florida. I3.aV: I
t1' I'-'nolf :
call I*, and me lot ; full thrte- but it is not an ex H. :
call this "hig shooting, s.
qu: rtl1t'"S 'Jf ut e11'--.LriAor.s: lj.i r. ceptional t for Carrie> her fncnds say Solicitors tor said Guardians.: 11 July 2nd, ISSS. 11-Ct.


The Beginning of Steel Pens L. C. OLIVER. F. T. BUDGE.QLIs7ER XOTICI

earliest notice of steel pens that I
The I.AXU OFFICE nt Gainesville. Kb.. >
have met with is by Wordsworth. In ; & Bl.TDGE .lime 11. !*> *. i"
he and his family were occupying ,
1808 Notice is herebyiveu that the follow-
Coleorten during the absence
1 the house at ng-nauied settler has: lilt>notice of his
of Sir George and Lady Beaumont, and Dealers inGEORGIA intentIOn to make final proof support ot
In the month of December the poet wroteto his claim and that saul proof will benutile
the latter what he calls "the longest before .1..1. Steuart. Clerk at Tim "'

letter I ever wrote in my life." and withiV.s011 PINE LUMBER ille. Fla.. on August l"; lh. lS'i : i

as it fills eighteen images. He be- Albert II. Carter ot Turnbull. FU., t
gins. .31y Dear Lady Beaumont There'sPmanshtp II. E. 1033:'. for the north'east quarter !

for you! I shall not be able of south-east quarter }lot? I ami i. *ec.

to keep it up to the end in this style, SHINGLES AND LATHS. 1. township 2 IJ south, rwte3.; t"l:!-t. {

notwithstanding I have the advantage ofwriting He names thr followingitne ":!o t.,

withono of your steel pens with )rovehi- continuous ieiileuee upon. and
which 3i Hutchinson has just furnished General :I-I ardware cultivation" of sail} land.i. : ..lanu f fI
Cachman. of Turnbull : Kobert
IDC. Iile. of Min IMeliard
: : Ilerndon. of
mention that I have noted Is
by The Dr. Kitchiner in 1824 when shaking Sash Doors and Blinds Stoves Tinware and Crockery.Refrigerators Fla.:\limsIM5: Tnomp-on TurnUiiU.

j) of a friend above CO he says "This f; t). S. Trt'KFU: Kesi-ler.: 1
and occasion for
I Vain of the eye spectacles

of a high magnifying power is particularly SIIIn I i"l.nS '' :
found in mending pens, so that PAI rs A D OILS,

be has a sufficient number of pens to Tnder and by virtue of an eaecutIast
the necessity of mending of ssued out of th' circuit Court fur rht't't"l'nth
prevent any Water Coolers Ice Cream Freezers
them until he has finished writing. To Judicial Circuit of FloriLi.Irevard t

this there is appended a note "To those county upon a judgment recovered
vhofind the mending of Pens rather a Screen Wire Screen Windows Screen-Wire Doors. in the Court: of the Honorable
:Minor S. Jones, C ornty .Itulpje: and Ex-
I recommend the occasionaluse
difficult job illieio! Justice of the i'eare fo'r Hrevanf

of a steel pen, especially when they' county, Kloiida.! and tran-eribed, to <:iiil
wish to write very small and neatly POWDER AT NEW YORK PRICES. Circuit Coutt.tierein John' x (','n,'
The steel seems to have been still a
pen ind Xathaii H. Terry. eo-panuer:; a-*

rarity at that time, and my own school TITIJHVl .T.. L1C FLCIZTIA. ferry & ('I).. \\ ere"plaintilR anti
boy experience tends to show that it was. Stephen Ityder \\a.defendant.} I ha\.*
From about 1821 to 1834 I do not remember levied upon andill sell at public:

the use of steel pens in school outcry to the bees bidder for ea..h. in
and in the earlier years 1325 to 1830 I :Nevv L"'L1.rnber iarcL rout of the Court House door in "lluiville. .-

have a distinct recollection of our using Urevan: county. on the first )(uu-

ouills.-Notes! _ami-Queries_ :..___ --.0- day ill \uU.t.; the saute being the sixth 1

The The royal Zloyul crown Crown of of Prussia Prussia., which All kinds of Pine Lumber, Dressed and Undressed, Cypress and Pine lay the hours above-named thereof of :sale A.the I.1SSS defendant follouing: within to-wit property s'!'

dates: from the time of King Frederickthe ('Commencing II feet south of ami ;4, >

First, is lined with velvet, contraryto Shingles Laths etc. etc. feet west! of the n. coiner of the u. t..

all heraldic rules. This fact has led :| of the n. w. | of section ,');?, township -

to several discrepancies, more especiallyin 21 south of range 3n( east. Go west
matters of art. The painter Professor Special attention given to all orekrBin'r: ( Tr:1Ill''olidtt'(1.: Yard located:: on the South Side ofRailway 170 feet thence south 137: h.t't. themes

llildebrandt, a well known authority on \\ C8t of the (I rand View llotil Titu:-:ville. eat 170 feet thence north 137: feet to t
points of heraldry somo years ago point[ of beginning.Alo .
sketched a banner for a veteran association commencing; 7$8 feet southot .tud
strictly adhering to the heraldic rulein T. :BrA TCJaETT <
drawing tho royal crown without a ::!. n. \\.1 of l.ctioll:1.illtown: : hiii21 south

lining. On tho sketch being sent to -- ofiange.'JGe.; (Jowe-1170 feet theuee
TROPICAL AND SUB-TROPICAL FRUITS AND FLOWERS. south 137: feet. thence east 17O feet
the minister of the interior the official TITUSVILLE
thence north 137 feet lu beginning.
place ot i
objected to it, insisting upon the Prussian Egyptian Queen Pine Slips. .

crown being lined but finally yielded to ..T.iMl l:. 1'OWMAX.heiifl"of .
the professor. It may be mentioned here TXlT-1 K Ii i-VEJi X1J11S] :] IES. > UrevanI :0.

that the crown of 1701 can no longer be FURNITURE STORE.A. Dated 11th. ISbS.
worn nowadays. It was fitted at the Bone Meal, Tobacco Stems, Cotton-seed Meal, Cow Peas & Fertilizers. July 12-4t.
----- ------- :
time to bo worn over a long wig, and CATALOGUE MAILED FUEE. TERMS CASH. .tIJllIcIUuu. t
therefore is far too large. The Emperor
"William on the occasion of his coronation JOHN To all to whom these pre. etit> shall

haJ; a new crowu made for himself. Froso'iier come :greeting:
Uhereas Samuel II. Hay. a creditor.
When the court jeweler delivered it he
-.I ; has: applied to this, Court Tor Letters i,lAdministration" '
requested the king: to it ou but the :
; try R '.
: > 1/1'/1*
king declined saving that he could not /111, of John E. Moore, deceased. late of said
possibly consent to "try on" a crown -
'J 1i County of Ilrevard ; these are Iherefoie.
which he was first to place upon his headon I V' to cite and :admoni all and singular

so solemn an occasion as i coronation.The Parlor Suites h.' the kindred and creditors of saitl d.--

Argonaut.-- ------- ,II f'-:. ",-,');'. ceascd to be and aj'pear before thiConrt. ..
1..0'11I I ,: ;:,;..""' : on or In-fore the 10h of
of tlio Nest War.Catling [ day
.. :. .. .
1. ; 7 :L. ::Lt 7.lx'll.'i ;;: f
has invented a gun that will Bed Room Suites \ Titlgrer'i'"rnt9ahonl''r I'f.,. -istanehnllfr+eathey en10y August, A. D. lsvi and tilt' objectionif -,

kill 000 soldiers a minute but in the nest TLiuug.luut its Vi.C1UU. :'COrJC.1"w-,,j;"- "" ,.,tin...u..c. tie b Iat i'.. Cilc lle:1I>!. any they have, tit the granting l.*tter>
war in which these guns aroused the fJmith's CiLS fFA4S; p.rifv tho Moo, by actinzcI2rpoflr as aforesaid, otherwise the saute will In
and proiMjuly on the JLicr, sk'ti acd Kietorginil: Photograph, granted as prayed.In .
Joshes, nfwr a five hours' engagement, Beds Mattresses | ric2'x. They ("()u4! "1111-e.5 killed and ICO wounded on I ban no ('(IIH.) in riidl<*a! M-it ><.<:. T.-.<'yrcCt.i..):lna- nt on receipt uf lOc. in
bole, Flalaria set tin. hand I and scat. thi+ :flu
anti Jpp'Jh"ia" an.l ar'a s: femiarilfi tJ..orJiliLl1iE'.1
side and 5
kilKM and
one 3,000 .
4,500 .
I ain .tall Jornt<, c.f fecr, citil et aadfV ". trail *touv"." M. Louis, Mo. (lay of :'"IIC. lb .S.:
wounded on tho other. These figure Springs i and lriiItt% then.. ... ('n".J. c'>.:V po-.?..' o lor u halPl- 10 MINOK S. Joxi:>. County .huJt".
will he reversed when we read a reportof 1)le.JJac.kugc and t. <.t lie TKl'Vki of wlust ice fray. Price, 25 cents per bottle, __ ._ n__ __ __. _,
i i.lnt1 walled to addrc, +E OM2 In .\.N. .
any pontpuid. liO! Sold by druKglMs.O5
the battle in the the other
papers FUHNITUKE'line. '' J. P. GniTEI dJ: C., l'llCIJlIETO, E'1'. LOUZS, tiXt. OTiI.I':.
sido orflstown Herald everything in the
r- Tn11 uhoiti it Concern.Take .
--- ----- ---- Maj'
Call and tee the Ne\v talc
The illumination ofIt.. Hood on thE notice that we. the undesignedExecutors
Fourth i'roved a success Tho lights could just recei\t J 0 kTlL J: SS S of the la-t will and te.-tantoii;

lie seen: 100 miles away. A L uvy snowstorm Keeps full supply of metallic and wooden of William Harian Forwood, decetf.
premled the illumination. t will apply to the Honorable .Minor S.

Harry C. Tucker, hi,* father ukl his sifter, Coffins Cases and Caskets. Jone County Judge of UrevanI: cotmtj.
Mrs. 'rsinger: were drownel in Lak on day \UII?t. A.l

JOhU1Il31inn., ., in sight of Mr. Tucker Funeral* attended if dt':-:ircrl. All or- isss. at his olive in the town ol'Tttuville. *-

wife, who vainly screamed for help. der.promptly executed, and at leaonarates : county and tale aforesaid for
The Democratic members of the Louisiana Embalming done. -I am propaivd to olfi-r IiMnu-n-e:; llarjrains] in-- letters of :administration with the will
legislature are preparing: evidence for I 1 :annexed, of William: Harlan For\\o jtl.deceased .

congress to show that all the parishes in the :: .
state are fairly represented in elections BEAUTIFUL RIVER FRONT r IEN S BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S CLOTHING. -OUlnl.W.M. S. FOKWOOI M. KtlCXAUt.

Mrs. Mary Flanagan and ).Irs. Thomas ,
Walsh were thrown out of a carriage at GKIFMN Fouwooo. '
ATFORCED Executors of the last will and
Chicago and both fatally injured. A firecracker testament
exploded under th3 horde's ft'et. travra7;: Wool CIII.CL F'U.1" :E1a-ts, anc1.: of William Harlin For\vo nl, rte.-

The charges and countercharges of briberyin SALE. I Caps, 'IVhito and Fancy: Shirts, ceael.A.. F.. S. WILLIUH.
connection with City ordinances in Chicago
:Solicitor for the Executor*. 10-61
have: resulted in a 130,000() libel suit, I"tiVcar.: IIosicry., Nock"UVoa -
brought by E. Sittig against Alderman
Rix. ;3Gi acres of high dry land beautifully: :!.", Tr"U.n.ks; and: Valises XOTI'I:.

The New York Independent, the stronges t situated on Indian Kiver. Give at least State of Florida.
religious psnezin America has returned to a quarter mile river front. Will be soldat T3m1ro11153: : ., nn.c1.: Boo'ts of JSrevanl, ) In Jt:! If''t''- Court
County j
least ."0 cent less than any land ,
the Republican party. It has done ;>o largely To Jlannah M. SJI-M.T.
the liver. We are and: Shoos.
of like nature on
because of the whisky plank in that: party's
You notified that
are hereby a writ ot
ordered to sell, and sell \\c must.
platform. 1&"'Yon never yet had such a chance to get a lot of goods for s>o little attachment has been i-Mitd! again-t! y..u
The wonderful modern improvements in Address or call on and your property attached -ati-fy "tin-
the matter of rapid transit are appreciatedby money. Call and see for yourselves.:: demand of I). L. i&ulden, amounting tiS2 .

William Folger, Xenia citizen, who last 1'lias. I>. Sued. ->. Now unless yon shall appear efore

June week,received 18S3. a letter mailed in Cincinnati Manager( J. :SIR.NTBA: Uad: :, the Hon. Minor S. Jones Judge of tin.
County Court and ex-olficio JtMict-
At Louisville, "Senator" Harris quarreled Indian River Real Estate Agency, of the Peace for aid at hi
county, -
with James Armstrong and succeeded in getting TITUSVILLE. FLA. i5: Second Door East of Indian River Bank, TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. office at Titusville, on the >th day ufAujrut

the last word with the aid of a long A. I>. J8>S at 10 <.VI)x-k i in the
knife and ten stabs, which silenced his --
opponent forenoon, j judgment will be rendered

forever. e'NYork Charleston and Florida again-t: you and your Property sold tu play
Near Childers, Ark., an Indian and a PORTER & POTTER the debt.Datarl
white man followed up Joseph White and this 6th day of June, lS8 .
Shannon Foster from place to place, threat- 7 D. L. j.n'I.II, Plaintiff.
ening to kill them. Oa Sunday the two steamship: Line.

latter opened fire, and killed the white man
and wounded the Indian. Real Estate Dealers, The Elegant Steamers of this Line are appointed to sale Xoflcc.

Miss Braiden, of Parkersburg, W. Va., FROM JACKSONVILLE To all horn it tuny a/nrern:
planted some tubers taken from an hermetically Lake Worth, Dude Co., Fla. Sis month, after date I Rd1) prudent to the Hcwt-
able Minor S.Jonet. Pr<,bate-Jud6e of brnard CFla .
sealed room in a ruined Aztec town CHEROKEE, (New).................... ...................... Thursday, July 5th, 1:30 p m .. my final accounts and Toncltcr of tLe fUttl

and was surprised to find them grow into Lake Worth. Florida is the most tropical part of SEMINOLE, (New)......................................... Thursday, July 12th, 7:00am JOHN E MOOUK, deceased of said county and ut

lArge and tine looking plants. They re- the State It lies parallel with the ocean beach, is CHEROKEE, (New).......................................... Thursday, July 19th, 1:00 p m for iiiy. final discharge aM admiLiiitrator of the 'said.
tatf hUSy'\l1J Wti-! rTUusville
semble The Irish potatoes somewhat. 'connected.'2 miles long with of an the average ocean by width an inlet of one, and mile is no-, is SEMINOLE, (New)...... ............................ ... .......Thursday, July 26th) 7:30 a in et> Fla.. January 1:.. 1S>'%. >
plague in is
Algeria becoming
where over three-quarters of a mile from the ocean. I
worse. Sixty thousand laborers and two The fiishing and bunting cannot be excelled, pompano FROM: : FEB..N AND IN A, TfKeliable
thousand fc-ldiers are powerless. The whole blue fish, sea trout, barracuta. t-heephead and WANTED !
country i, devastated, and it is feared that other fine fish being easily caught by trolling: or I Every Sunday Afternoon
famine nth a net beer and wild turkey are plentiful in and -\cti\e Men to travel for an
and pestilence will result. the pine woods beyond the chain of fresh water After arrival of the House during the Summer month*.
A number of Libia peasants recently lakes which lie west of Lake'" ortll. Beautiful cocoanut Those \\bo i an furnish a horse and give ,n-nrn*
draln&.luk >ky lake Russia, and used the groves are m bearing all along; the shores of Florida Railway i and Navigation i Co.'s Train preferred Money ad. \ame d nn t., IllY"".
!and for the lake: and guavas, mangoes, sapadillos. alligator I jK-iift-s .\ great < liuiit- for tit. right use n !
tarulIu .
;: The action m landlords sugar apples Spanish limes, Jamaica apples, tate ape bui'mei xpriei.ce, and to na'r t.ic
pears 2 Jo I
|n claiming the land has caused serious riot- tamarinds coffee. gcK "berry trees rnanrnee apples, i ; Jacksonville at : p. in.Sunday letter stud names and addrnts. <>f rtttrei.attention .**-* >>CI<
In?. Tnre hundred soldiers have bell sent maumee sapotas. almond, dates. tbs.: orangeslimes I YLMSSEE: : July ht YEWiSSEESunday ; Sunday July 15thDELAWARE paid to l00IIt..1 can!*. >Vr luiixl almost
to and all kinds of tropical fruits I sending tor ri-pi. Address "UI'I: >t>S"
the scene t., restore ord r.fcadullah lemons citron I Tnly Hh I. DELAWAREYemar Sunday July tK&dLeavinj : fUn.p
and flowers are doing finely here. Tin n the most : :te July: tJJ. Box II. Kichmotid. Va. 9311.0TO -
Pasha, the Turkish ambassador: eastern part of Florida. being 1"0 mils eai-t of the
has Lauded to Count Kalnoky, imperial longitude of Jacksonville This brings; the C.ulf !!I Steamers are appoint1! to !ail from Pier 29,1Even :ist liver, New York OUR ItlMDKKS. .
prune Stream nearer to the land here than at any otLer
minister, a copy of the Suez canal most IF F Tuesday and Frillaat 3 o'clock. P. M.
part ol the coast and thus insurethe ('vrntemperatufl' : Surely Cured!
convention. Malaria Ague
:Sir: A. the British or
Pager; ambassador of any place III the United States. A
and JL DeCrais, the French amwissador large acreage i* put in garden truck every winter, The Ireisrht ami patnfftT: aocoTnuuHlations are un"'tlrla {"l. }:try attention will he In this breed iSM-rtion. *-* jak ut fal.ely. bat
from 15.000 to 20.000 bn;;.l> -1> nf early tomatoes being !' given buiiitcntrusto*.! tothi- line state pocimely that these and all ruiatuntw'
Similar afterwards handed Count Kalnoky ; grown very year wlkhrim! from $l./R to i I IMiect all shipmentftom ;4York via Cl*" lfc', Florida Line. Pier), Eat Kiver. poison tan b. radual'y: dram from the s) n.
documents. 1 intonnation apply to and a immanent cure KuaraiiUed. Ibouund nt
I :.00 bushel O.ooJ bAte1* tore :" ,1 i o-t- For further
f@The Pohtische Xachrich n. referring tc $,trees' per-ireouenient lot o! all sze' a.nt11-'r' 'l"- J. .\. TEAL), .went, J. .\. I.EoL1E, Aent, rnd'aca.Lott
that ; i, by the above firm who Lave ulnjo xV of FernaiKliim, t'la. I>" W. H.iyt.: ., Jacksonville! Fla. bwn cured by our infallible runfdy. "Licbcfi>.
the passage in the emperors, : -eure.- best rl land to sell, Parties buj icg IlW111., m a TIIFO. 0. EGEII, Tmfllc Manager, WM.: }'. LLIh: & CO.: (jE\.L AGT-s., tale neither quinine. trrenic CJr anything injunoo...
Bch in the reichstag concerning the wel short ti time, more than double the purchase money. I 35 ISroadway: N. Y. 1- south AVharves, J*hilallf'lpl1il1,3.l ) Broadway, N. Y. Fnll trt-atrneLt/r,e by old physician of femh'.*
fare of the working classes was exclusive- I! Lot range from 5 to 10 acre>. all fronting on Lake F. M. IIJU :MOMiElI. Jr., ueneral Traveling:: .\eut. Jacksonville. Florida. standing, also trial: remedy tent on itctljt of a"-

the work of Prince Bismarck! bays is is. authorized Worth. Prices from $SO to $300 tnclcte an acre Anyone to the I Since last season VENTILATORS have beau constricted: on too Iron steamers for the drt'tlil. toAS.(1itL 3IEUICAL BlT.E.\r, S9J DzotEas, S.T

t.uoed to declare that the papa's* was in- i wishing above firm.further information stamp batter transportation of Oranges r.nd Vegetables Nmo.f .
at the emperor's special command. I I
vixen before the speech was drawn ua

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LOCAL LACO.MCS.Mr. I -Mr. Thomas Taurman, of Ankona, .t; Call for HP pub II can County j I POI! FALK. c. c. SAJGa: : :

1' *. .\. M. Wesson and daughter was in town Thursday and Friday. ', (.'011,-'utlOI1. I i ..\ tract of land on Indian River in thecounn Contractor & Builder ,
I ; of Ur \-ar.1. t'tln"i..tin nf s
r ;>
started north on Monday morning. j -The external of the : The Republican party of Brevard I I..Ui}; nUUTII, m'tmit: ( u. .'L.\.
appearance acre; it heins:.: lot \o. :., an-1 -uth halt Ilou-e-.
M -Mrs. and Miss Harrison, of Mini, j Presbyterian Church has been improved county will hold a convention at Melbourne of the northeast quarter of ection 3.). clay of all kind-, l.uilt .ith.. br
i ii waives or on
were in town on Monday.Mrs. i by painting. j jj ii I Ii July :!.rth, fur the purpose of : and lot No. ;>, heing; the outln\c.-t quar done in any Ilart,1 contract the lale.and tuuil\\0111.(

E. II. Rice returned from her Mr. LeTournauof Eden Titii electing two delegate: to the State ter of northwest quarter of Motion work ;:uarmh't'lJ.1:0"! a f.-w hut...,
i paid : I '
both in )
ob' town-hip Ml outh. 2ea for ,
beheld I : s> ran: e :\lc. m rood lwalllt"-
trip to Middle Florida Monday evening.For I i yule a visit yesterday, and returned to | and Congressional Convention, to ::
Sale, a fir-;t-class, new incubator. I his home to-day. II i ii ij at Ocala, July olst. Meeting to hammock :soil of rich qualityuitable: I --- Ulll.
i take place at twelve o'clock noon. for the raisin; 1)1'all tropical fruit.I::.
Will be disposed of cheap. Apply at j -Dr. Hughlett, of Rockledge, wa in | situated at the Narrow.- Em A. L. IlaU-h & Sou
GEO. M. Ror.Bix::::, near p--toffice. ,
STAR office. I town this week attending to some of j I Will ell cheap for ca-h. For 'tIlI: ". IN
Acting Republican County
-Capt. '''ill. Moore arrived here from his patientMr. -. 1 particular re.":'
1 K. )I. LOW. DRY
Lake Worth with the Bon Ton last Jos. Dickon, (,l Rockledge, of i Sept.: o. I'mckt.Mi. Ma-. GOODS NOTIONS

Saturday.Mr. the firm of Verbeke & Dick-on, was in HucklenArnica Sahu. I J
---- -
Thoma- C. We-t, of Jupiter, arrived town yesterday I II The be-t salve in the world for cut*: II J. I'UITUIAKI, I'u-ulrnt.\V. M. 1II'i1CNcaiiitr.INDIAN Hardware, Crockery. Saddlery,

here Thursday, and left for Sioux I Remember that the eclipse on Sunday brui-e-, -ore-, ulceralt rheum, fever Stationery. Family Medicines -

City, Iowa, Saturday morning.Mr. ;! night i is: vi-ible. The time and other sores, tetter chapped hand-, chilblain: I' RIVER BANK Garden Seeds. t
cornand all skin -
'I' eruptionand positively
and Mrs. Tancre, of Ankona, particulars are given in another column. cures pile-, or no pay required.It I CHOICE GROCERIES, i

arrived here, in their yacht, on Thursday -The artesian well is a great acqui is guaranteed to give perfect -atifaction Titus\illc-. l'lol'lda. Hay, Corn, Mapes Fertilizers.err .

and left for home on Saturday. tion those who feel di-po-ed to take aaltandsulphur or money refunded. Price :?} cent. (,I! A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRAN t
!" bath per box. For sale by all drug stores 1111 j SACTED. "01\1': ri.oitmi.
Furnished and unfurnished roomst --- --- -
Titu-ville and Indian River. -
on I i Exchange' bought ami s-oM. Special :unlpicmipt -
> rent over Mrs. Low den's millinery -Mrs. Singleton has rented the Titus attention -jiven totolketionLo.m-.
Advice to IHothera.Mrs. I I iH'Sotuite cm lir-t inortsratri" toraMi.u- EACOTT & CO. t
store on Washington avenue. Apply, House and moved in yesterday. This I .WISSLOW'S soorniN&: tut p should always Hanks, Cornoiution-- :u1tlllllli\"hll1als. lnUr ,
prderalile. be used when children are cutting teeth. It relieves est allowed on time ilenosit$1OOOOO -. TITE.SIIM.I
after six p.m., to C. II. Walton. place is far to the -mailer 1 the little sufferer once; it produces natural, :. m..

quartershe has been ccupyinThe : quiet sleep,and the little cherub awakeaas"brightas f
have TO LOANOn
St. a regatta ;; i
Augustine expectto: a button." it is very pleasant to taste. It TIN & \YORKERS.
on Saturday. Probably the biggest trial of Deming for assaulting : soothes the chili,softens the gums.allafsallpain, 4
regulates the bowels,and is the best known remed y FirstdaHeal: Etate.Advance .
t attraction will be the contest betweenthe Eufaula, both colored, will, probably, I lor diarrhea, whether arising from teething or
other causes. Twenty-live cents a bottle. (:TTTEKIXK;, HFI()(
Maud and the Cheemaun.Mr. be held this afternoon before Justice .\t-I made upon available collateral. i.

R. "". Andrews started ye-ter- kin-un.Mr. A. M. Hamilton & Co., .Apinmed Dratt on all-inc pa its'. paper of Europe.dieounti j i And: J/lli/f//uriIlJj of 7VTI //

- day morning for an absence of about ''''. .S Xorwood lo-t a valuable Ilu-ine..done. Juck-onville nites- :; }//"('.

he will in hor-e this TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA, Every favor, con-tentvitli >dtnid
' two months, which time pend morning, which Mr. .TameSilvertooth i
tanking, extended. Galvanize j Work & RejafflDj of all tuis.i
the we-tern part of New York State.It : has: been driving in the tl U'lioU-.t! Ih uierin I cheerfully .
I iUKPOMK.THank: of.Taek-oiiMllo, i
freight and hu illl> Jaek-onvilli", Fla. Hieeal" 1 oaid National i H
would be to the advantage of hauling :-: ;
anyone Indian River Rank, Neoik.. j:; I I.ocatiou : 1I1I.N: ST.. near leiH'r.I .
in need of a party or freight boat to -The Sheriff will start down the river I -

apply to F. P. Hall, Geor iana. lie i- with the regi-tration i li-t- about the first

prepared to elI "The Wave" very cheap. of the month. Mr. Gray, theuperviur I KIS J I THE SIMPLEST IS THE BEST.

-Rev. Sidney Wilbur received a tele- of regi-tration, will open his books after Green Turtle? and Game I

gram on Monday informing him of the the first Monday in .\u u..t.

,' serious illness of his mother, and he All nrdciill leeer.e. prompt :md fateful attention 1ii
-The Mayor hats at la-t -ucceeded in whether 1 Joy telt'mph,
started the following morning for Albion, letter or pel-on. I;
X. Y. I collecting! the amounts due from tho-e Z

t i'r subject to road duty. We are glad to 1/L/?/ '. '
j -Mr. Ed. King, who went to O.ik- see the matter settled. Either the law INDIAN RIVER ART GALLERY THI I ': h'' -,

r well] Georgia, with his sister i )Irs.
i i- right or wrong, and, if ri<:ht.hould
Belcher, last Friday week, returned on
t be su-tained and carried out. I
:: Saturday, and<< left here on Sunday fort IMCKEXS TTKXKKI TROY

his home at (Jocoa.Mr. I, -Mr. E. T. Uedding hay completedthe /Jtou/.J/"u plter, .,

addition to )Tr. Humph'new More, _
of Jack-on-
John L. Howard,
noPrehutd tll d.) anything in the
I which is to be known athe
ville, solicitor for the Clyde Line oft : Picture line.
dress-making The in- '
department. :
steamers has been spending a few days
terior is neatly fini-hcd with Florida mews 011 Ea-t Coa-t and Indian Hivcr:
at Titu>ville the pa-t week ; also vi-iting
pine, oiled<< and varnished, except the a Specialty.
( ( Jupiter in the mean time. Iln.-le. piece.-ami runea.ier -
I ceiling which i- painted. The founda- Mats the only Authorized PHOTOG 1\PH i than mill
t t i Rev. ?. B. starts in few anv
Carpenter a or Pni::-IrnNT CLEVELAND PAUTY
tion fronting the street is in imitation of
days for a three,month*' visit to Detroit, that has ever been made during their

Michigan, where he will devote himself stone. Taken altogether, Mr. Redding travel-I Orders by mail receive prompt ;;
1 completed a fine piece of work. attention. 4M!' hogs ffl1J j
( actively to the duties which require his -------

attention for the coming year. -Capt. Fitzgerald, who I has taken .

t' command of theteamer Hockledge Indian River Bakery "
-Rev. Ja*. Bolton will hold service
the absence of Paddison i ,
during Capt. in
next Sunday, the 22nd must., at Mims

new school-house in the morning, at 11 North Carolina, habecome quite a \\-"Inwt"u Avenue, '
favorite the re-ident of IndianKiver TITUSVILLE. FLORIDA. Mills Derricks Tanks
among Pumps
o'clock ; and 3t Titu 'villem the evening
his and Fresh Bread Cakes and Confectionery
1 at 7:30 o'clock, at the Court-house. through courtesy gentlemanly ,
manner to all. We learn that Constantly Laud
-U. S. )rar-hal Byrd, from Jack-on- Capt. Fitzgerald i well-known and BOSTON. KI5KNC11. (i 1\ILDI AND I aril Piperol'k put in mmph-tr awl warrant"d.! film and<< fittin,<_ron

vine, arrived here on Monday eveningand highly respected on the St. .Toll if> MILK !BIE.HI.HE: : ) short notice.<< Puni- of all kiwI furnished: l awl n j liairt'(l.
started down the river on the
Hiver. He has also traveled con-ider- 1'.1 rh"". L'af.l'i. nice. *.to eaters for with evervcuie Call on or addlesjOII\ IY1 .1 :: ,
steamer Rockledge Tuesday morning.
!I ably over variouparts of the world<< Aiui att lItlOlI. Alltrte Non-Iiitoxicatiiig:: ,
No one seems to know the cause of his 1 having followed -ea-faring life for He.ilth cts per bottle. 1'-: Box 208, TITUSVILLE FLA.

visit here.A Special Prices for Hotels, Restaurants,Etc.

many years.A : C;. ,il/rilii:, I'roprIetor.GRAND .
man named Futch, living in a
-- ------ ROBBINS & GRAHAM
fight; on Sunday, between two -
house on the south side of the railroad ,

track, narrowly escaped being burned colored men named<< Deming and Eufaula, VIEW HOTEL ..

in Ethiopia, resulted in the -erioti- injury ....... --'.'.....
out last Saturday by clothes catchingtire

on a ri*li.hine from the sparkof a of Eufaula from blows inflicted by TITUSVILLE, FLA.

locomotive. a piece of yellow pine by Deminir.; The REAL ESTATE BROKERS & LOAN AGENTS.

i heaviest blow struck Eufaula on one side
U. 8. Marshal Byrd returned from ... ... ..
of the neck, which has caused paralysis Tie most centrally locate! Hotel in City .r-"-
down the river last night. We hear that : ':
of that side of the hip. He can only recover -
he summoned several : to -
persons appear from this paralv-N in several LANDS BOUGHT
before the U. S. Court in relation to a NEW Hor E. FIPST-CL.1SS: IN SOLD.
week, if at all. Deming ha- been jailed
ca-e concerning the famous Turkey -ince Saturday, and his examination will EVERY UESPECT. Loans Negotiated on First Class Security at from 12 to 24 per cent.

Creek grove. probably be held to-day or to-morrow before Open all the year round. Table Un-ur- Choice lotin
raj.i.lly Town
growing will invt IW\T(
net :::u :
L -The S. V. White ed. Dath Itoom Free.
steamer arrived Ju ticetkinson.. pas' ? (cent in twelve monthIle.idence -.

hereon Monday from MelbourneJupiterroute Hates, V2.5O & 3.O( Day. : lot- in Titu-ville
-The railroad have per from 6:! up to SHHji.IJiiiiu5s ( .
to be laid off for a while for re- company putdown "
erKCIAL PATES; I'lIR wr..I: '. lot from S2")0: ( to ?: oo.
m pairs. The Georgiana takes her place a plank cro-:ing on Wa-hington

and started down about ten o'clock on avenue, which i is quite an improvement J. .-I. JIILLER, Proprietor. for Florida
Monday evening. to the deep sand, which, heretofore, worried Southern Railway Lands.

the pede-trian. We have no doubt
'-Mr. Richard En-ey, who left here Geo. B.
the next improvement to be taken in Rumph. More than :toWlOOOr.) ) : ..- .if Choice Lan.U, located in m-aily every

some time ago for Starke, Bradford Co., hand by the railroad company will be a county in the :State. "-uitable for Farming; ( ;grazing, Fruit and VegetaUeCi
seems to be delighted with that town, A ITLL LINE f>F rowing-Pine. (' and Cellar ami
planked sidewalk i from the depot to the 'ypn'= Timber price ?1 per Acre
t 3 and hopes to have some of his friends upward
wharf. This is a most unpleasant piece of GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS.
him. We believe he has
join been
appointed P. O. Box :!.jO Titu-ville.
track to walk over, and many passengers: :: Florida.A. .
county uf\-e'or.
coming from the steamer at night have I
Mr. L. C. Olivertartcd
limning- a visit to Savannah yesterday and other l!I complained both loudly and deeply overj I A. STEWART, GEO. M. BOBBINS, WALTER S. GRAHAM.Clerk .
I deplorable piece of road. However, f
k points of the State of Georgia. For the 1 a I Circuit Court. Atty. at Law M- I
I we hope to -ec this sidewalk completedj ; l \ /1.\\
past three years he has been pretty clo-e: ( .
j an early date.
)confined to buineand he will now: I ::1:1I BREVARD ABSTRACT OF TITLE COMPANY.

4 take a muchneeded"acation.. j -Webb'Holling l ; Car Exposition arrived -
here last Friday evening and ,
e -Mr. J. II. Brelsford armed in Jacksonville I remained I : Complete _'hsh'ne-ts of Title fiiniUlird to all lands in llre-

on Monday, with his schooner, !. until Monday morning. For //1 \'al'dount)', Florida.
-ome rea-on our bu-ine- did
1 from Lake Worth, having made the tripin i 1 men not ; Titles
r Examined
forty-eight hours, notwithstanding the respond patrons to the car a.- well a- and Perfected.Box .
they did la-t A I '- !
{ -timmer. meeting- -
fact that he went sixty-mile out of hip a 250, Titusville, Fla.
| held at the Court-Hou-e Titu-ville la-t t
way on account of adverse W 1l1]-. 1 HIRT51CO i -- -
Saturday afternoon for the purpo-e ofhaving
MrIX. K. Harri-on. Sanford WE
Mr. Webbtate to the people the i NE LINEN
been on a few day: visit at this the i
place I II
advantages of advcrti-ing with the Holling
past week, stopping with her si-ter-iim- I LLARS &cvF I IUOUIUT the people of Indian Paver: tu our -tutk of Go otl-.
Expo-ition. Quite number II
a exprc -
I 'e AAE which we are oikrinj at clo-e
law, Mi : Launie Harri-on. Mr*. lIar- I very margin.
"-ed their willingne-s: to aid the mat- We make -pecialty of
ri-on left for Mims
on Monday
morning, i
ter ; but as the requisite amount could
where she will stay for a short time before not be raised, Mr. Webb left i
on Monday 'Shre4i
returning home. i Groceries Grain and Flour
morning for other portions of the State. Hay

-Mr. J. Birnbaum will remove his We visited the car jut before it left and '' Garden Seeds ,

business from Iintreet: to the Ender curiothat I II I rld at Philadelphia Retail Price Will : On which we will! give -pecial inducementWe! carry a large stork of

building on Washington avenue, where I j j i makepecial order-: and price to i GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS ETC.

he occupies the full width of the first: j interesting views of different parts! of the i i partiewanting seeds BOOTS AND SHOES, HATS AND CAPS,

i floor. It seems to be the desire of all the i State. He also has a bearing banana :1 in hulk. Which we are offering low figure: Tho-e needing -hoes will find it greatly to

I1 bu-iness men on Main street to I locate<< on plant and orange trees on the car, which Geo. B. Rumph. their interest AVe will to give be pleaded u> a call to as quote we areelling prices at any shoe time.very low.

Washington avenue. 1 I are growing finely.. 10 Titusville, Fla. E. L,. :ZBIEI: ..aJDY cfc: BR.O.