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:
August 9, 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
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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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-Proceeding of the ('0111113" I'[ In the matter of the report of F. A. C'amuoral. I I( It seem that some people are wondering I I The Eau Gallic Haptit Church will '

Commissioners. j I II Houston and John McAllister, of Eau Preparations for winter gardening are ; what kind of weather we are havingat I open for service on Sunday next, the

The usual monthly meeting of the ,I j Gallic, commissioners appointed to I layout I i being made and if nothing untoward oc- : Mini, or if we have any at all. In J i 12th in*t., at U>.SO a.m.,% standard time.

Board of County Commissioners, convened a public road in District Xo. :>. it.I cur, vegetable} shipments will be double : reply would say, we mot assuredly have The l ev. )Ir. love will conduct the

pursuant to adjournment] was appeared that the route proposed by this year as against last. I weather and generally)) of a delightful :-L'rVicl'11 are invited.

held at the Court-house, on Monday, them i is in part impracticable, and that We: are expecting tine weather next ,I: quality. Cooling showers bring i Capt. W. II. Atlatnwent on a short

when the following members were present I, its establishment will end in great unnecessary week if it does not rain, and charge all (' frequent and refreshing ocean breezes j tour in his yacht Kelpie, calling in at

: )J Csrs. Morrow, chairman ; and : : expense to the county. It i is ordered J mistakes in spelling and punctuation to mingled with the odors of the pines are :I Titusville and other places on the way.

McMillan, Carter, Paine and Sanders, II that their paid! report be rejected.The i the compositor and proof-reader of the + an every day occurrence. We might We wi h him a pleasant time and a safe

with A. A. Stewart, clerk ; and J. E. Hoard adjourned until the first t STAP. as the author's copy is faultless, I also say, we have seen iw mgt then a i I return. I

Bowman, sheriff. Monday in September, lSx. I I1Feddln j jHells. and written on one side only. mosquito, but the presence of the unfor- J TRUTH.

The following business was transacted : I tunate singer!::: only T'Cto work otf siij ':. ---------- I
Somewhat of the usual line of
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It appearing that the valuation of the ); I j j pcrthious energy; and is i altogether a ::11(bun rn('.
now growing here and worthy of
lands in township 27, range 30 E, as age.sed Wedding bells) pealed joyously l forth I crops j! healthful exercise. i iWe Nothing new-people t&> buy brushI -
I mention, is )[r. hiarrisln'sexperhuent in
at Titusville, last night, and St. John's I ing moquitocs, to get ex I
to Sarah G. Gleason: and C. Little- tobacco culture on the Burnham grove. I think )[r. Coachman must W contemplating j away up any

excessive and discriminative I Episcopal Church received its first wedding I house k. )ing at least it ; citement.
field, He has in about two acre, Sumatra, Persian } : or I
against them in comparison to assessments I party, the happy event being the and Havanna and is carefully testing I, looked that way one morning lat week Kev. Mr. Mulford and wife are *pcni >
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of other land of like character in marriage of Mr. Marion E. Gruber and these kind. The recent dry season i when I we saw I him traveling* northward,1i i ding: some time in ParK allll wish to Leo .

this county ; it is hereby ordered that Miss L. Leone Decker, lx>th of Titusville.The has been considerable against it, but the ]i with household goods inumerable him i I 1 remembered to their mane friend oni )

such excessive valuation he reduced to ladies of the church, upon receiving plants are for the most part looking well J self seated in a big arm chair, the piel. i I I the river.. I

i'i cents IKT acre. I the invitations: announcing the event, and if the curing is as successful: :r the ; u re of self-complacency} we even i imagined ,,'I Charlie Smith, who has a IUHllC*h'a1It a

On motion it ordered that the bid trimmed and decorated the interior of growing, a valuable crop will be harvested. we heard him concitating thu* |i Micro, met with accident l.tH' k

of W. K. Knox for $-13.i.i for paintingthe the edifice with evergreens and flower, It is being watched with interest. j I I "I've got it and love it 'I His boat capsized a :squall: and when I f
and the altar had erected arch
Court-house be accepted. I near an 1 And who shall dare j j i rescued Charlie was trying to sail by sitting -
On motion it is ordered that the petition of evergreemmsuld flowers to the centerof I The trade here is divided between two To chide me for loving : astride the mast. Two barrel- of

which was suspended a very tastily- Macs of different nationalities. One is a t This big:::: arm-chair.
of H. :S. Williams for
; flour and some canned goods, went tofl't..1
Scotchman and the other I'll sit in'it days,
arranged marriage bell. The generaltppearam'c perennial anIrishman. I
at the East Florida Seminary, located at I i And sit in it nights the fish we hear. Charlie i i. a hart!
The annual visit of the afore- !
Gainesville, Fla., for his: son Sidney : was extremely pretty, and When mosquitoes are gone working boy and a general favorite ami ,
credit is due to those who took I said is just over and a large stock of cot. I
Williams, Itc granted, and the chairmanof I great .\sand-Hies taken flight all deplore his los.Miss .
in the decorations.At ton, silks handkerchiefs oriental lace I I
the Boarde) authorized to i issue certificates A sad event occurred in our quiet j
Allen, sister of Mrs. E. M. Carnr-
a few minutes pat eight o'clnck'' manufactured in the Occident etc. haveWen I I
: for the same. I j place hist Sabbath. During the shower, j bell)), who i is spending the summer in England -
distributed him. The
On motion it is ordered that Mr. '1'110I I the beautiful melody of Mendelsohn's by monthly I the house of )Ir. China, was struck has determined to build ..n the
visit of the other Mr. Mac. i is j
shortly -
March forth from the expected
Wedding pealed
I,. Paine l he appointed a committee of l by lightning instantly killing his little 1 Ilut purchased by her from '\'. N. Camp.A .
when will lay in stork of
rendered Mrs. J. p. Turner. we a
one to examine and receive the bridgesacross organ } son, Frankie, and severely :stunning hisi neat cottage will be erected and completed -
The bridal then entered the groceries for the high quality, of which
Five-mile and Tcn milo Creek : party
i mother, Mr*. Gray, rendering her iiisen- in time for on her return
church the aisle to he too, is justly celebrated. The trip to I occupancy
built Reuben Carlton and to proceeding up center Bible and but of mind
by report i for the presence about October 1st., Mr. 1* Ely hag
the chancel Mr. E. H.; and Miss Canaveral sceneto rejuvenate both of I
this Hoard at its next Carrie her old
meeting.On J ten year granddaughter, I the contract, we understand.
motion it is ordered that hinleyf I Minis, and )Ir. W. 'Mack and MissHurtiss them, for they always go away looking who immediately! drenched her with wa-
the better, than they come, which is a compliment i Mr. IiGec Hrainard of Malabar passed ;
('. (lTltoll's time be followed 11thl' bride to our healthy atmosphere, or our : through here last Monday on hU way to
the road under ered. Mrs. J and her niece
complete county con I ray were by an
i Chic:1gO.Ir.: H. i is inventor of some
tract. leaning upon the arm of her father, and empty pocket, whir open window when the lightning struck an
note[ and is now working on an engine
On motion it is ordered that the full the bridegroom with the hride'1'mother, !! In these days when money i i.* going a the gable and followed down the end of
which if successful will revolutionizethe
i ,
: lowing taxes will lie fixed for the county Mrs. Decker.Hev. begging for 24 per cent it :scent strange I the house, splitting the weather board
business small n
engine particularly
tax for 1SSS : Mr. Towcrnf )Daytona, met I that some one should not take hold of an from peak to sill. Kind friends soon I t
: I ones[ suitable for steam launches, etc.
them at the altar and the beautiful andinupres4ve investment here which would ;50 I and did all that
l : pay per gathered was possible to
Four mills for
general purpose i j jdo. He expects: to W able to run a ::i u fmit t
One-half mill for building ceremony of the Episcopalservice cent. I allude to putting on a light i :Mrs. ( ray completely prostra-ii boat with a small kerosene lamp. He

1"001tl" was then proceeded with, making draft stern-wheel steamer, Wtween this ted by the shock and her loss: Mr. Chii j\
has the building
to to -
Chicago oversee ;
Four school"One I them husband and wife Only tho.ewhu place and Titusville. The citizens here I absent in gone i
na being Georgia adding j ,, he
J of one of these engines. 't' hope
and interest for
nuking have experience or witnessed this
and the Banana
along route through greatly to her di trl'slIe was: unable
fund. will succeed, and there certainly 'em4to k
I I ceremony can appreciate its full depth Creek would respond liberally with a to reach home till Tuesday night. The I
1 W a good prospect for it. He is working -
And that the Assessor IIl ordered
: to I and meaning. As soon as the ceremony bonus of land or to burial took afternoon at
money any companyor place Monday
mate his a:' cssments accordingly. i I was over the relatives and friends of the individual, who would! put on a LaGrange Cemetery. Frankie was itn I! by himself) and has organized: rise
On motion it is ordered that the load I Keel Motor Co. to furnish fund*.
Mr. and Mrs. Gruberlepaired
newly-married .
and service.A
I steamer, guarantee regular every way a lovely child, most quiet and j jancctionatc m
commissioners of District Xo. US, )I. S. to the residence of the bride's of I l'.l'Oxuttr.
i little clearing away gra.Ulight j and the whole community
:Sams: E. P. Porcher and Jalma l apham mother, where the hearty I -- --
many have to l'c done in the creek, but a few | sympathize with their family.
be ordered to change the rulll:0:; follows: of their numerous friends were Lake Worth.
trips would soon open up a channel. I ; --- ---- -

Commencing at the north line of lot .i, extended to them The guc.tsH're don't suppose there is :such a splendid j (;<'or :$aiia Horns.Dr. Cooler,

section .'51, township -.'C, range :JItJ.: run j I bounteously supplied with refreshments, waterway in the United States: so long Fih'IICW residence is well) near And drier. /

south along the east line of said lot 1. I which was followed by music and singing neglected by steam cral t, and what a completion. This new dwelling adds alto The Mary j H. left for the north, on ti-

continuing south on said line along the and the party dispersed at about rush of visitors would visit the g. o. Ha 1 so the appearance of Georgiana. :ird.:

east line of lots ". and <; of section':!, 1 loO;; o'clock. nana river if the'ouM do so, without :,! )[r. Hurchfield our County Surveyor; J Ji The Hesic I H. is in, and at anchor for

township 21, continuing south on same The bride has an enviable reputation. subjecting thenisehes) : to the risks of a j j i is now moved into his new house and it i the summer.

line until the north-west corner of the for her beauty and on this occasion hermanUl'r Several families of moquitoe
I trip in a little open sail boat. I hope can he truly said, hchas a neat and pleas- j

north-east quarter of section 10, township was most charming, and her appearance this will meet the eye of somebody who I ant though large cottage to domicile in. i''have recently arrived.

24 i is reached, continue along the loveliness: i itself. She wa fittired i is not afraid to risk a thousand dollars to H. S.Allen's new dwelling is No canal dredge in this iicighboihcwl

road marked out by Sanders, Sams and in a cream Moire, trimmed with white make five thousand, and that he fill' finely. Soon it will be ready progressing K yet, nor has the sound of its whistle been

tapham to the south-east corner of lace and rose Miss: Mims wore a white catch heard.
I on. for occupancy. Mr. E. Nelson of this: j
nation 15, same township and range, Moire and nun's veiling: trimmed with '
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place is the architect and builder, being The }lot-otlic'c authorities have l* *t-
thence run west along the south line of rose ; Miss j Hurtis wore a white Pongee,
)limit'. I! helped by Mr. Carter and Baldwin. pOlled opening the L:1kcrorth money
said section 1ft, until the road markedout trimmed with lace and pearls, also i I .
)[jss"c11etia Minis has returned from j I!! The weather is hot, too hot to be comfortable ; order office till Oct. },.t..
by Sanders, Xevins and Carter is intersected flowers ; )Ir-. Decker was attired in an
.\.1 I i,: until the ocean breeze comes ': The "Emily IS." arrived from Jacktonville -
said road
thence run along to egret-colored: canvass cloth trimmed ,
If I Mr Oliver of Titusville paid Mini a I up a little )before midday, then the hl'atI July :'JO, with a full cargo of lumber -
the south_ __n_ end of___ district____n__ nOn with black velvet ; while the bridegroom I
; visit 7th. i is bearable, and in the shade enjoyable.The tr C:1pt.lL P. Dye's new hotel.
i Tucdayug. ,
motion it is ordered that tax and groomsmen were attired in the cun- i iMr. I I i

rule for 1SSS l e accepted, and that the ventional black. 1:. Minisof a\"annaha.comp:1n- health of our people continues exceptionally i Mrs. F. S. Dcwey of the west side Uyisiting

assessor extend the amount of tax The bridesmaids were also very enchanting ied by two daughters returned home last good up to date, in spite of I friends on the east side duringthe

against each name according to the mill- in their loveliness, and happy Thursday.The the many hot days of the present sum ,I'i trip of her husband to the Key I

age adopted by the Hoard this day. must have been the part of the young appearance of the store has been mer. Mr. Chas. W. Cowan keeper of the

On motion it is ordered that Sheriil ..1.E groomsmen who took part with them in much improved, by cutting an arch The Brantley neighborhood just at the !! Lauderdale House of Hefuge came up

: Bowman he allowed $1;; to send I the ceremony. door through the partition between the south of Georgiana taking the lead Aug. 1st, and left for the north on the i

Pauper Price Holland to Jones county, )Ir. and Mr*. Gruber received many I two room: in moral and religious interest. Sabbath i Mary IS. for a month's vacation.

(ta.t. handsome and valuable wedding presents Mr. C. D. Puryear left last week Schools organized. Last Sabbath several Capt E. X. Dimick has ordered the

n motion i it i is ordered that the following from their friends, some being of a for his Georgia home. His many dollars: were easily raised for Sabbath : lumber to add another tory to the north

Ill' audited and 1 useful character for every-day life, School help and her citizens make -
paid : friends regret his absence and hope his wing of the Cocoanut Grove; Hotel, and
Walker ...... *. o.1 in the ofi willing mud liberal oilers of money and
Evans & Cogswell, $;. while many others were shape health will be much improved by the ; : also to build a larger dining room.
G. H. Humph,.................. .... mementoes. They have a happy future land to build themselves a church. Hev.
l). F. Uney. .......................... ...:t.'OO'I; change. A. V. Hiscock of Georgiana; holds service I The Oliver with Dr. J. II. Urelsforil
More them and Mr. Gruber i is to be especially -
.\. .\. Stewart,........................ :-' .\ good congregation greeted )Ir. as Captain and Mr. Charles Johnson a*
J. J.'..,........................ f, .f>0..1 I congratulated on securing s0 Chamberlin on Sunday morning at our there every other Sabbath. mate, and Mr. Fred S. Dewey a* passenger : -

T.IL Sander*,...... ................. Gi.l10i.I covetous: a prize for life. )Ir. Gruber ,, The friends and neighbors of Dr. and left for the Key Aug. 2nd, after
Paine,........................... has been a resident of Titusville only a j school-house. We were glad to see :m )Ir-,. Wittfield subscribed for and then
0.-\. Hardee,.......... ............... 178.7*. !|: that time ; number of our LaGrange friends present of pine slip)
little but during presented them with two fine pictures
a ,
Robert Morrow...................... 10.00. i i over year and hope they will come again. Kev.:. Heyscr ha left for u trip to
Henry Watton (Load: Fund)..... H\tJkt. i! has won the high esteem of our citizens, ; Annie and Harry. The pictures were Georgia. He took a branch of cocoanuts -
i-E.IKu i H'V man'for I1)0) Holland 13.00. i j''I and will now be considered among the Minis was well represented at Squire the work of Mr. Mangold, artist at Pa-
his along to show his old Georgia neigh-
I1.11.11'il-onformedicalattend- John ln.- birthday given at
I i prominent people of our town, recently latka. The cost of the pictures were
... 4.00. : 2"nh. Old fa-hiou bors what kind of fruit we raise in thi
ante home July
on }paupers, fl'l'l'iwtllutire charge of the rail- games ;tI) dollarthose who gave their moneydid
'i having ;
L- J- Carlile, bear scalp ........... 5.00.OrlaudoQtitrteruanbear music and refreshments was the order of country.
manifestation of
rottl'llUpany'- rat this place. i -o cheerfully as a
: scalp, 5.00. There i is a Section 37, Town-hip ;rit in
exercieThe thoroughly
evening was
' A-A. Hendry, hear scalp, .. 5.00. -- ---- their esteem of the dear Dr. and his
"'''' : Hanges 41 antI: east, :d:1, Section 2i,
bas.: Griffith, hear scalp,"''''''' 5.00. Tlic (' 'att'1'lckct.'she enjoyed by all. The company dispersed excellent wife. The picturewere a :sup-

H. Kay, merchandise,........... ltt"lilI State ticket i is as fol- about midnight, all wishing the kindly ; rise. They had no idea or intentionthat in the same T'Jwn-hip awl Jange and
'co. Warren, attention to pauper i t Republican host many happy returns of the day. Section 39 and 40, in the same Township
of the kind
,...... ............ 6.00. : lows: For Uo"CrnorY.. hipmanof anything was and in liange ; Are there any more such
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On motion it is ordered that Mr. .\. L. 1:, Hradford. Improvements seem to be the orderof Eau-Collie Items. Sections in any other county in this

Hatch, of City Point, Iw apiwinteil SubTropical For Secretary of 'ttte-r. H. Chandler ': the day. )Hamilton comes first The sharpie, Hell, made the Usual trip State ?

Commissioner that he be of Marion. on the lit, with the addition of a dormer -
and to Melbourne on Saturday la-t. --- ---- -
authorized to revise and prepare the Descriptive : For l'lHuptroller-Ch.'ules Lewis of window which adds much to the appear- There is a man in Palatka who imagine
has river craft
Pamphlet of Urevard county, Xasau.For ''auce of her cottage. Mr. W. Hen- Capt. McFadden some that he is a teapot. lIe is i-erfect-
on his new undergoing repair other subject, but nothing -
. ways ly sane on every
and that he have 10.000 Attorney-General-John Eagan ofEfcambia. dry is about to erect a tore buildingopposite
copies printed as and can convince him that he i not a teapot -
early: as practicable.On the depot. Mr. ChamWrlin| Welcome shower* on Saturday and an earthen one at that. Ho

motion it is ordered that the town For Commissioner: Education-Dr. J. has the contract, and the work is to commence Sunday last. sticks out one arm to represent the -p )ut,

I of lUusville be allowed enough to .I K. Raiuey of 5t. John immediately. He has also the Mr. and Mr*. W. J. Xesbitt, of Micco, ,. bend the other to represent the handle,

. build) a Guard House in space the south-west For Commissioner of AgricultureJohn contract for a two story packing; house, were the guests of Mr. and Mr*. J. E. M. |' makes a hissing noise to represent the
and then if
escaping steam, any one
Corner P. Olthrope of Leon. 1 50 for Nuns Hros. and understand Hodgson turdtamI Sunday last.:
of the Court-house lot so long :1s For Justice Supreme Court-E. M. : SO by we on :\ comes near him, N \'cnulleaw. le-t

': they may want tu ue aid house for that Randall of Duval, Jesse H. Goof Al- i !several dwelling l ; are in contem'i' Mr. X. report things as improving at they should hit him and Lrt.'
l'url'O !1 achua, l'h:1TIl'tyne of Osceola. plation. Micco. either his handle or his spout.



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4 USZ OF ELECTRICITY I doubtedly kill a man, but it b probable 1, Intl Kathi of Lic:''cbac. MALABAR CIGAR FACTORY. ] PIONEER COOPERAGE

that would be used in such The this for !'
a stronger one greatest place in country II. C. Starck Proprietor. I i Syrup Barrels
In tu' crcntioii of Criminals-Edison's I a c sc.-" New York Sun. the display of vanity is at the mud baths $2,25

Opinion-lxperinmeut. I at Las Vegas. I went there one season. ; Manufacturer of fine Havana and Domestic Gauged to order ton cents "XL

When Mr. Thomas A. Edison was I Tho 3Ic: =!cas3 Xct !.ay. my physician advising the baths:: aa j Cigars. Trade !supplied with fine i* Wheelwrighting and t

aslccd how criminals could lot be executed ; The Mericaii pcopb seem to be an industrious j cure for muscular rheumatism. You i hand made goods. Order promptly filled j Repairing

i tinder the new law compelling the I j j I race, whether cf the Sitanish or !. buy a tub of mud, and personally see the Factor at )[ala ar. Fla. -S! j C. O.1 B.
tub scalded and the mud mixed to about j --- ---- --- -
of death -
of the Old and --
branches. ---
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Use electricity as agent people young -
he Paid Tlwrt' i is why there children work Some has said the consistency i of nlU h. 'nitnb.. ; Honey barrel mid I Oval \\ :jt'-i ia} ,' .;, .,
: no reason I: one they Budded Trees For Sale : from $_.IIII .
bhould IK- any failure in an execution hy i i I have to or starve." This is as true of : which costs you 85: is yours as:: long; as i 5,000 ;I nj

means of ectridh- Its use for that I them as it is of us. I am inclined to believe you remain, though you'an' charged: so j At Low Trice Tanks
puriHf-e will not require> the invention of they work more willingly and cheerfully much for each bath, and there are ,
any nu' machine Hr the application of 1 for a pittance than would our own : numerous other items of expense beside ;, 60,000 in Nursery. and all kind- C'oorEi: \\ OUK t-> ,.,-,1 i, .

any princi+.i.' not understood.. Electricity i people, or than do the colored population the $::5. The thing looked very repulsive Apply to W. H. HARE. I! T. .JOII \.nx. r

of a high ten-ion dust be tN>J. j of the south, which, in some respects, to me. and in my first experiments i j J.tGroU'l : : ,,
I couldn't do but stand in the j City Point Fla. j.-: ; ,I.
and rather than of Mexico. ,
an alternating cm rent aftraiht | ;greatly resembles: the peonage --- .- -- .
I -Cor. Kansas Journal. tub. This seemed to benefit my limbs i iSI I
: one. City Opened for the
A t-traipcht current flows constantly in I I' ) far as they were touched, and the :! S.F. GRAY. '

one direction: an alternating current is I lii-mnrck ai a ssrnntman.The third time I forced myself to put on A man who is int-rt-t in I.! '- ,\ ,

4 rear!41. It is as if the generator first chancellor while a student at : the rubber cap. covering the hair, and i welfare will lie plt I :t-etl to ki:,,n '
t exerted a jrieat push upon the conductor I Goettingln, by his skill and strength the ear plugs, and then got down into j;iI I Watch Maker and Jeweller. ;! ANDREW GIBSON I

and then suddenly a great pull. If gained the reputation of Being; a crack the mud. The effect was wonder bop at John M. ra on'- Drag Store, TitusvUle, ITa i i iI

the human body i is the subject of such a j sworcl m 1
varying strain the result is much intensi- I i two students the very first day he came broken out, and in"considerable alarm f __ ____ '
i fleet Mr. Uatehelor, one of Mr. Edison's 'j to Goettingen; and afterward defeated sent for my phy ician. He laughed whenI Uh'.

right; hanclmen in the lalx>ratory at both although they had had much expe- told him what was the matter and before : X...LL :lL l X"S I: ANDSEUVKIHXTILE: ToI IT 1" U1..V\

Llewellyn park appreciates this difference. l I rience. A very cunning trick in escaping I knew what he was about, swept -o-

Sometime ago he accidentally intercepted an attempt made by a pedell" a his fingers down over the pimples, bursting i NEWSPAPER SUBSCRIPTION AGENCY I Plain and Fancy Cake malt. t.. ,..
them clean furrow ?r -
a current from me of the dynamos I university officer, to break up a fight, ; and leaving a
with his ody. It was a straight i is credited to Bismarck. When he was where hi* t fingers had passed. I could TIIC PIO\IIU ica\CY. I II B"ler"ll 8"(1" tr'e'.ryt (.n j.l ." ,'.

current and he survived. If it had ix-en I at Jena on a visit arrangements were smell nothing but tobacco and in the address I I AKo a fiM-va--! Harbor ...h"I'| atr.t. tl
I For term- andample copies II i
an alternating flow of the same intensity made for him to t fight a duel at Woellnitz. baths succeeding this could smell the I Neal: at nil hour.... from r, :i. m .> :; ,' .
Mr. Edison i would have lot a valuable a t'11aU"illage.. The "l t."C.lell"- !1 tobacco in the mud. I was a terrible CIIAS.H. At'3L1Ilaulover : \, I l-lrtte. de-inn: In l Ioa'.n nuu-t:,_ :: ,
assistant versuclcll'llh". Kahle by naruewa.very much disliked -1 smoker and was as thoroughly soaked boats and harkwill |tl -u-.- not. ti.i-. f_
IJrevard Fla.
P. <)., county,
i -- t
Speaking} the method of applyingthe :: by- the students, as he had often with tobacco as an old meerschaum pipe. --- -- -- I' j
current in executing criminal Mr.Ellison interrupted; their light He had gotten But I forgot the vanity part, about ----- THE SLOOP "A6ES" t

said : *.I should think it 1 better to knowledge thereof find on the morning which I started to speak. After I had : A:: vISI :

apply it through the arms or legs It fixed for the fight had gone to \\"' .'II- : taken my baths I made n great deal of ; cnmniaiiilfd hv

might be sent through the head by making nitz and hid himself under a large barrel in j airy of the attendants female as well I DELMONICO HOTEL !I I '.11'1'AlN.ltl1lN M LE.1X.
connections at the back of the head used in a brewery lIe had placed the as male and from the former found that I 3Iake< regular; trip tin In.lit-, I 1\:: .

and on the forehead, but I should thinkit barrel in :-ul'h:1. position that he could I the lady lathers were largely women of I I 'I II SitE OAKUM: .\ 1..1.1.on'I'1: > ,.I- :

could be more conveniently done I overlook the dueling place through the fashion, who took the baths for no other I COCOA. INDIAN KIVEli.: FL.\ !i: G-roceri DryC ; e H HI.!*

through the arms, and the result would bunghole. intending to see all the I gi.t reason than to get a clear, white com- .
Furi>heil Uooms, <> l TdLleTerms Canned (+
Newly > .
h.> equally fatal. Suppose the prisonerwore and get the names of all principals. plexion. They would remain in the baths: I : II

a pair of handcuff The chain I Kahle's presence was noticed. however 1 for hours, with the mud plastered over SQ Del y. Hats, Boots and Shoes '
connecting one with the other would be by some peasants, and I//: Bismarck -: their hands and faces. horrid objects to per I
. "
paratt'l in tile middle" uy means of an 's suggestion the barrel was !suddenly look upon and evidentenduring! ; considerable Spy-fial rates 1-y the week I'r month. i I Ladie Shoe* in ;great variety : Triir.:t L
siiltering. All for a white skin! : new pattern 1 low pri. >...
inflating Iwr. This would take the I turned around so that the hole :

place of a link. In this bar the two wires stood against the wall. Several students I If this isn't the vanity of vanities I don't I 11 M. JAKVIS. rron'r. i Ready-made CiotHi Toilet ArtiiaOTIO !.: .

would lie lilted with the left then seated themselves the barrel know what Globe-Democrat.. ,
one joining upon '
: TIll Xfif,.fnn/tlti"t Istti'liny.WM. j
handcuff the other with the right. They and remained there until all the fights The :Surface of the snn. ______ _n \ \>.
h would rte separated from each other. had been finished, when the unlucky i JC For the cash .
The metal handcuffs would give connections pedell" was released from his prison: In Secrhi's view the sun spot formed H. SHARPE i Match 15, -It; >>m.

with the prisoner's wrists, and then and was heartily laughed at. It is a fact of a central region-apparently a dark I
t 4 at the pressing of a button the current that Bismarckshortly afterward was ordered mass--called the nucleus or umbra. or : ('. II. .st'O TT.

would ikt-'s. and the man would instantly to leave the city by the university. both surrounded by a part less dark the I REAL ESTATE AGENT j, KAxTKKNHAHM :
die. It would not require an expert authorities.-Baltimore Sun. penumbra which i is a thin veiling; of !
electrician as an executioner. The al filaments or currents precipitating themselves .
toward the and sometime _
indicator ; More Text and Fewer Picturr. i center FOR i
it like The If want a rlean and -Ia\\-.
crossing a bridge. you ea-y
and when it
registered 1,200 The illustrations:: of a magazine form
of the has three its formation II As clean a- l h. rhtrt-vt-rtsc,
periods, -
volts, or thereabouts the current couldho one of the largest items of the expense of spot CITY POINT.
its rest and its extinction. In tin. Just ('allIIn time :it cry -uI.M.n.
applied with jierfect certainty as to its production; the elimination of thisexpense
At lunrnhiir, afternoon
we or
its results."' first the \i-iUe solar surface, or photosphere -
would enable the
"What would Iw the operation of the to diminish the price of sub crip- i h distorted by great agitation. Its I L..mtl sold on long time with interest, or I'll cut and t't.tuh your hair wither i. t
irregular movements defy description, I on the lease system, or for cash.. To nit tlit- contour of your tn: r .
the ?
current ujou man tions, or to augment the layments to
and their velocities are enormous. Theha"e \" To yon I'll give a ::...-hiinH..'>,
That is somewhat difficult to authors. both and either would '
say or ; t. a
Mr. Edison. "I do think that no parallel at all in terrestrial l lphenome11a. and earN for : The art of which i> known to tV,, .
replied not benefit to literature. Again under the! Lauds cleared and planted,
the electricity kills the man direct. Its present system, a large portion of the This solar activity is produced if desired ; bv contract or otherwise. I My !scivor's sharp, my razor's' .
by tremendous force at work beneath chop is a m-at and I-UMII.
acts upon his nerves and muscles in such articles are written mainly to serve as a :
u wnthat they themselves destroy him. vehicle for the illustrations; withuut the the photosphere, and the spots Refer to E. :M. Breeze, Detroit, Mich.; -And everything I'mure you'll timi.
and eruption of great whirling masses of To suit the taste and |ii .':'-.v the nna: <:
> You know how a little shock contractsthe illustrations, they would not be worth .Tno. C. Norwood, Til :"ville, Fla.; II. W.
muscle Imagine how a violent one printing: consequently; if there were no incandescent metallic\ vapors are the ef and J. tTl:',Tazewell Court House, Va.; And now to all who patronize intend).

anises: every filter of the body to renditself I illustration, the articles would not b'writtt"'n rfd I I and A. Becker, Montreal, Canada, for I JtM come alum,: and bring your 1r i. : .:.
to It is that the In the iieriod of rest these eruptivemasses And I a":-un- you I will try
piece* : not current I and their place would IK? supplied j' whom I have made grove:
a directly strikes any vital organ and I by articles that were worth printing fall back again into the surfaceof --------------- I My \t.rv lii-t t. *.iti-f\: 1I d 1-:

destroys it, hut rather that it excites the | another gain to literature and again the plu.tosplu: 'iv. and form :more or | I -

physical forces of nerve and muscle to a Ix th in quality and space." Indeed less circular umbra or spot and the cen- Important to All The StraiberrjI
tral up-rush' loses in volume and velocity. : HOFFMAN'S
tremendous and i>erhaps: fatal pitch. Thisis a well illustrated article i-. very seldom I
my view of it. There is no doubt read at all. The purchaser of the magazine Finally the eruptive action i is exhausted j For the South.,
It about the death of the Mibject." I looks at the pictures and l perhapsexamines and the absorbing powers of the vaporssvem i I Mo.trod, t.... far' ,.t |
lit The most: important crop in South: : SEEDLING
to ? dissipated, the photosplurecloses
"Thenou approve of execution by : so much of the text a; may enable I the U-t Jtahty aidUnequalled
ely.tricit'.?" him to form some idea of what the over the umbra and the spot is extinguished. Florida i is the
..I do not approve of ancXf'Cution,'' II picture represents; he says to himself At first the spot} was a rent I for Market.
-llOuhll'lIdl'\\"or to secure a good
said Mr. Edison, gravely. '"I think that that he will read the article some other in the photosphere then later it a5.umct.1the I offer strong pLu.H.. in Uu ai.d -iiiiliI'u:.:

f the killing of a human l being is an act of i d nand before that day comes the next funnel shape in more definite outline, variety of orange; in planting a :grove, tie(',,\at TI.IiL ra",'naJ.\* l'rh..1\\'.\'i and .l\l'\ 1t1,

fooli-h harbuitIt i is:: chil.lish-un- issue of the magazine has appeared, and : and was crowned with beautiful facing I.IU': : all the ftn -t Kti,Kx: 10 "cu.1', ( '
ps worthy of a developed: int1li l'lIel'1 the same thing is repeated. Were thereno and! jets of hydrogen and metallic vapors, To do this and :stet.: such truit ss have plant fr.rtjsmti. <.f H\\ .\la' ON. IL\ l.t

ciety must protect itself, but it is not I pictures, there would be an end of' the former being; often abundant, high taken premiums at many lit"uur State T lal\ : .LE311LINE. '"It'ddru" .

driven to any such means except by its thi:.Julian Hawthorne in Belford's i' and bright, while the latter aro low and : .
Fairs and at the New Orleans Kxposition : .dl"OLJJ'l.h Tl
'I brilliant. This briefly is Secchi's expla- ,
I own refusal to be wise. I believe in the )[a .1zirlt'. : .
f confinement of criminals. There are natir'i.-Sidereal Messenger. : buy your trees from C. 1;. )Ia- (ircritlunil. Ihnat futility, -luri.l.Jm,'.

some that should be restrained all their Plague of Rats in China.A .
I !Some Interesting Discoveries. ruder .V :Son. liockleitec. Fla. :20t) !
lives, but killiug them destroys the last plague of rats is reported in a recent i]( .
-- --- --- ----- --- ---- ---
hope of making them u-l' ul. I would t nuuuVr of The Pekin Gazette which recalls -,, Recent explorations in Spain by two SANTA LUCIA
have them work but not in such a way the German legend of the rats of Belgian scientists have resulted in some I'as l'IIl'r 1)epartnu'ut.

1 as: to conflict with the laborers in fac Hamelin. Certain i>o tal routes have had very interesting discoverit Relics of a
tories. No. I am not in favor of executions to l.e changed in Outer Mongolia on account -,I prehistoric race have been found in great DeBARY & PEOPLE'S LINE Is located in that magnificent;. rnlit'i al.,1 i ; |
abundance ranging from the stone Forest that lies betwee-i<< the Italian :
{ but if they are to take place electricity of the honeycombing of the whole age ttb
Lucie liiver, and is laid > >
t, will do the work. and it i> more i country by myriads of rats who have to that of bronze and metals. These STE3ja.3VtE2H.SCity St. three &' r>'
people buried their dead not only in stone streets sixty lett
certain and perhapsa little more civilized burrowed and eaten up the pasturage::: so I and'smaller which willIt*
r than the rope.Ve extensively that the supply food for graves, or cells, but also in great jars of ... sold blocks, actual lots. settlers. I m* .!
reasonably to
"\ killed here camels and horses is greatly diminished, burnt clay accompanied by pieces of amid i-
a a dog yesterday con- region is winterless and fro=tlt'5*. :
tinued Mr. Ednon. "Some people who and the burrows are dangerous to all pottery and other articles of me and in the land of the cocoamit and lillt'31'Ih'l i i

were investigating this subjtft brought mounted travelers and courier Tho value. This form of jar burials is very where all the Tropical Fruit t1ourbb. t

I him here, and we-consented: : to do it. lSo I prize offered hctheAnstraliangovernment widespread, and examples have been Address: with stamp,
far as the unfortunate animal's death for a riddance of the rabbits which infest found from Japan to Peru. These relicsare -

t itli was concerned.. the experiment was a I that country may afford a suggestion to supposed to "'.Iong to that ancientrace I W. H. BAKER fndili Mt ft,
which lived in Europe previous to ,
i sU'C( s. I the authorities in to offer inducements 1 -Jacksonville .
Mr. Ritchelor, already alluded to, had which ). Pasteur or some unknown the Aryan immigration the various ."I.eHIH.\. 3:

charge; this execution," and he described Whittington may find advantageous branches of which are known as Iberians CAPTAIN W..A. H.\'v.Daily .

it. The larce dynamos used in enough: to undertake the task of Pelasgians, Ugurians, etc., accord- !
the laboratory de"'lop'\ straight cur- ridding the country of these vermin. ing to tlie country in which they lived.' f from Jacksonville except Saturday. THE MUSIC HOUSE OF FLORIDA

p1 rent, and, as an alternating> one was I China and the Chinese have been aillicted Several skeletons were found adorned I
wanted some little work was needed to enough of late, what with earthquakes, with silver and gold ornaments. One of I-I. B. PI all t,

I prepare for experiment. To a dynamo I floods, restricted immigration .- the most remarkable relics is a female
which' sends out a current for some streetlights Demorest's lontl1h- skull encircled ba band of silver, to I B. CA1.IPBELL
I in the vicinity of the laboratory, I which i is attached a thin plate of the II I Daily from Sanford except Sunday. I.l\ .
A Marvel in Mel. same metal.-Frank Leslie's.
and which develops a current of 1,200 I Fla.
i ) volts, Mr. nat h'lor added an alternating I There are 10.000 miles of railway d! ON Jacksonville, :
ST. JOHN"sRIVER.Su'dnl'eJlu
contrivance. One wire was hen led out I the United States; 800,000 miles of fails ; The Potency of Fact. i .

through window,," and connected with a i -in length enough to make twelve steel A fact is always a fact. whatever maybe i ). l.9..orIn. 1SS7.foNXFiTioNs -

s-heet of tin upon the ground. The other girdles for the earths circumference.This the consequences.:: The question is, j
I+{ wire entered a basin cf water close by I enormous length of roil is wonderful whether it is true; the student should .. I.\sbI o>J Arrive.onru.Leave. I will Sell and Deliver at your m*J't"It:! I'

the tin. The dog-a poor little mongrel(: -we do not really grasp its signifi i recognize no other. Many of the facts x:50:: p m Jackionville 6:50 a m station First-Class
-was expected fc") stand upon the sheetof I : encountered in our studies are obscure j 7 10 P IU ." 1"ocol Leave.I .
section I..0 oll'm l'aIatkl: 12:30am:
tin and! attempt to drink the ; ; and hard to explain. but that does not : :::0 p 111 llollf'stou 11-10: p 1ll '
i water. In that case the current would I change of its form from the curious and prevent their being facts: or. at least the j It1 pm. Webh 10:10 pm PIANOSor.

Ipll I have hail a circuit from his lips and clumsy iron pear head of thirty years chief question should)e to l learn whether 12tm 1:.:.5 am-d t. Georgetown Vol1Ji': -. 9:10;:13 11 pm m

# tongue through his head and body to Ins I ago to the present refined section-of-steel I' they are facts. Besides<< contradictory I 2-0: a ro. Astor ;:10 pm
: ; lei"'. Either from an instinct informing I is a scientific development. It has now abeam I i facts are the ferment of science. I once 4:4j a 111 De Land Landing 3.00 P m

t hi .i of his peril or because he wasn't I whose every dimension and curve asked a distinguished:: man of science how !II Arrive.u4'3W am.. nIne Spring 4:13 p m OR..GAl'TSII

t*. thin-U. i oor doggy declined to lit" his I and angle are exactly suited to the tremendous a certain discovery he had made was ": )a m Enterprise 2:;:0 p m bre Ita It-
1 own executioner. He hung lack and reKarded I work it has to do. The loads itcarries getting on. -It not getting on." he yt.t: a D1 .:<'Sanford Cit Wharf 10 p m FOR LK-S :MoNEY ttan any other IJ.trulf'IOU j wU
k 9:30: a ro Sanford. S. F. 1:. I:' 1:13 p m II Lited Matt I alwl1I guarantee Tid uW
the tin are enormous, the blows it I is the with it I ''&"" tlr'
f ; suspiciously. Th're:13 receives replied.Vlat matter : i iI i as r ei,rt.. nu J. 1 \\III Up a aJd a c.1
i arm",' atMc'ifd to his collar. and after it I I are heavy: and constant, but it carries I I anxiously :15kl't1."h",," he said, "I -At Tocoi with St. Johns Ilailroad; I Iny Louci-t man or wornan, 'D/trial. }. t"ayu.J
became a;':Trent that he would not invite ; the loads and bears the blows and ;, find no facts: except those which are fa- at I'dlJtta with Florida Anthem 1a.l1"\ :at Iolles. laattfactury.I I wIll lay freight a. iZfiij u,
ton with :'t. JoLu'9 and Halifax KiveV cah and flU a month on a Mf GJ
r1 the strolof fate, the does its duty. The locomotive and the 'orahlto it and" he added "it takes lUilroad 11111.1.1 forC' .
experimenters ;. \ ; at actor with ?>t Johns and Lake Emtis: Railway; f5 a month on an Organ: htlt'' pulled t.ptthis rope in such a way that i j modern passenger and freight. cars are contradictory facts to teach us." This is ::. at iKrLand landing with DeLand and St. Johns 1 more than ordinary n-tit. Ulatru on : N-.d. '
achievements and i is the little Railroad; at P.lue Spring with IJ. S.. O. i'. and A. terms anyone can own a full inbrdtrasi*
the dl'r-; forepaws were forced into the j great so i tnl('. The theory will either explain the coi.taii..n* v
.'Railway: at Li.terpr: with A. C., St J. & I. I: CATALOC.UE. tiuwrf ;.
basin. He fell instantly without: uttering rail which carries them all.-John Bogart contradictory facts and be fortified bythem lUilroad for Titusville; at Sanford with trains of Sheet Mu-ic.' String; Vitlsn" larJOt'"jJaJ IJIttUJD etcordeons.

a yelp or whine. There wa a slight | in Scribner's Magazine. : as the Newtonian theory ha been the S. F. lUf.road for Tampa; at Tampa with the I and in fact "*r.T P""*' !*nJ tort it. .>L,'

i 1 1 convulsive twitching of the limbs, but m by all the exceptions that have been opposed for steamer Points MARGIIET on Tampa Bay ot the and Plant Manatee steamship River;lane also, pleI that t.u Catalog made, and. tha'ro:0' .'TcKrf t t-.1..:
so far as human eye could Fee, r.o life Cnless one knows the cheese family well, ': to it and which luive entered into with the Plant steamship Line teamships I 'I u' c at 10 cents pr'TT- ?.tOW. 1JCo<.1' of t *;
it is best not to be too intimate with it ir. iLI\ETTE and MAsCoTTE: for West and Music at lo ousts lr copy ; SO ff"u' J'
k was in him for a single instant after the II :1 it; or it will be replaced by a vaster and! Havana every Monday and Thursday Key arming at Vocal and Instrurcenul MB.IC It eel :. :

passage of the current. Death was: so summer. more comprehensive theory. In loth Key Wept Tuesday and Friday, and HaanaWedte cent,. \D11.f,8 of ibId rcBK pa- lJoC.'llloJ": t
sudden that it Deemed impossible that he 'I'! Very few elephants can climb a tree, and :i cases there is a gain for science which I !d y and Saturday netnrning. leases Havana to ) rtl' cent +rpnLlrsberarrln iue. 10 ( : .
could have suffered a single l p ng' He I fewer native cooks know how to pn'paroatJ J would not have been obtained if we hindI I! e\ery Wednesday and Saturday. Catalogue.pteceseach.; sheet xauflc

] was buried near the place of his taking;: serve macaroni. I hesitated, on account of vain scruples to j I C HALE:, J"LoD\"ilt'! 11 I ':
off as ho experimenters did not desire I Hotel patrons who ask for pie at breakfast seek out anti verify the facts in ques; I- General Pa,wcger Agent, Denary line I A. B. Campbell, ,)t ,"

nn autopsy. _Tho currant used would un- and hominy for tea are always of the tribe I tion.-Paul Janet: "in Popular Science ti\. *f DAVIDSON, I r fX'e lt10Q toil r3tr.'.
j General Trade
Agtct. Peoile's Line.
that Llvou: the gas. )!onthh-.







1.g flail is reminder of : Topic of the Time Given in a Trse ant I
silver a
g, jn scarf pins a ." ; !Spicy Manner A loose cluster of white poppies with black i Sir Walter Scott did net begin to write till: I

(ha "good old] tays.Although Low water has hearts seems the foreordained garniture for } he wcs vlWilliam Axenue. near the Kailroad
stranded 7.30 boats in the
by no means new, a palm leaf j Erie canal. i black lace bonnets. II. Prescott published his first

fan in Roman gold is a seasonable s"nf pin. ;I Crop prospects in southern Minnesota are Green's the wear, even for stockings-pale j j jgeeen I vi-t rL ..t -J 1. |i iI I MRS. V. GAILER.

Two coiled dull gold serif's ten : encouraging.: : silk clocked with white, or shot green I j George; Etiot w..s li" years old t*fo'e slat I

which is another of platinum make .. .uque Daniel 1 Xetherow pioneer oxvirs. j } 'f/' fl,'1"/ smith' dll'l0'0 Pit'x

rin;. burg, Q., aged ninety-sir. A valley lily in white enamel relieved i i I i.r m.-I. 1.t.: edict ton e wa 4U }ears old and Col.-ue of all kiittlt. {'ahIC for
:erda. scarecroxv of gold it a design in scarf A against its leaf in dark! and fox '. .. .". To.ii i'abiu." .
A falling tree crushed the life out of John :green a glovoin \ .c s.e "e L new s I IjJa' tu .t1jm. 11IIi4it'tl

pinS which oJTersafoil to the well dressed : II. Jacobs near Morehead, Ky. diamonds and pink enamel l. are among the I| .... '". !'-i .:. x- :. undo a tt-rI for .."tl.* tit f/iort notice..

dude. Gen. Joseph Jackson is to be marshal of latest and lovliest of the flower brooches II i ij .. i.:.: .! '.i.< ;.M.s.c
A cat's eye cncircle by small diamonds is the Blaine parade in New York. I j Etruscan gold shoe buckles are added to I ; GIVE HER A CALL. ,

-- a popular pattern both in scarf pins and Gen. Harrison !received Thursday, a :1 the list of things you bet your best girl on ;> A Home Indorsement.Mr. -- j,
rings. I large delegation of miners from Clay the race-but as you love and would! not I X. II. Frolilichstcin, of Mobile, C. J. SECTOR: I ti

tt TWO rows of small circular plain gold disks county. !i leave her, don't venture on the silver garter I j I Ala., writes : "I take great pleasure in ;, ,

11, overlapping; each other make a very uand- i Six hungry: tramps were smothered to clasps that simulate a half dollar. I j i recommending Dr. King's New IMseovery i

some bract-Jet. death in a load of corn at Yutan, Neb. It : Ellen Terry has jest worn an over dress !', for Consumption, having ued it for | Hardware and

A brilliant yellow diamond with a pure i, occurred in a wreck. i knit of pure silver thread, and a fashion ,, a severe attack of bronchitis and catarrh i I

b white mate set on knife edge; is a pretty de- A young men's club, who promise to enlist :I' writer wants to know what good American It ;gave me instant relief and entirelv;[

sib in brw 'lets. in the service of Gen. Boulanger, has been will follow her lead and so provide a new cured me and I have not been atllicted'.
I formed Montreal.Old handiwork for her less fortunate sisters. !I' General Produce
brown enamel mako brooches i
June bugs in since. I also beg to state that I havetried
'it realistic enough in appearance for the most : settlers of !six Indiana counties met i I Crepe spot cloth, of silk and wool, with I Ij I other remedies with no good result.

exacting naturalist.A I and exchanged ancient and impossible! chestnut j double stripes, forming; a raised spot at crossing I! Have aim used Electric Hitters and Dr. j

dainty hat pin is of gold, topr.ed with a reminiscences at Brazil. ; and lame et soie, line checks of white I King's New Life Pills, both of which I j i MERCHANT.
awl piercing; a dragon fly with At Zanesville, 0., three men were arrested silk thrown up on a cream wool ground, are "
pearl I recommend. t tDr.
perfect can
i charged with engineering a Cincinnati Mid- the best of stuffs for midsummer. Melbourne. Florida
and WUlS.A among;
'td. 1 1no jeweled eyes i i King's New Discovery for Consumption j i
land railroad car breaking; scheme. I t - -- -
dainty hairpin is in tho shape of three I' Terre Haute Tho very finest stockings are either thoseof : coughs and colds i is sold on a

irregular curves, in Roman gold, set with a I of the Hoosier aunt jury is Mrs.considering the ways white or pale colors, with fronts of point i positive guarantee. Trial bottle free at j I Geo. E. Chase
: Mary Jenkins who ,
and emerald.A lace, or in hues something more vivid, hand '
mll diamond, a ruby un : murdered her.niece, Hattie De Bann. I'' i all drug stores in Titusvillc and on Indian -
bat from embroidered in stripes of roses, or else with i
oxidwd silver hanging Iliver.
tiny is I Maj. J. F. O'Brien, superintendent of the I tiny bouquets dotted here and there upon the
horn of moonstone crescent an Chandler
I the upper Mahoning division of the New York. l' nn. : instep. I Ship
old but dainty pattern in scarf pins. sylvania & Ohio railroad, has resigned. For Nervousness and Dyspepsia. use ,
Paris now ordains that stockings shall I IVrr's Liver Pills. ,
I ,
eads, represented<< by Wampum college, at Alliance 0. '
conferred _
t match the shoe instead of tho costume and i -
filigree, mako a unique<< bracelet. ; the degree of L'L. D. I ;
silver lion. William n\ll-J.
on : in the matter of footgear leans largely to For Mulls- : 'n'r take I.ippmnn'sPx Rout and fessle Supplies, nil kinds
Each bead has a rim of dull gold at either McKinley Jr. from : I ,i,
congressman that dis
: shoes and half shoes of black or suedu un- 'rafi'jre. | I'atentudwrs, Chains! lllocks,
r. trict.
end. I dressed kid, with for carriage; or house wear 1----- --- ---- I'anxass, Galvanized Mire

Crystal kills containing: a stem winding j Colored National conference at Iu.lianapulis j slippers of varied bronzes. 1I i hector of (.Ia-c ('hul''h. Hope, all sizes, Tents,
watch, xx huso thiy dial is much enlarged by adopted a resolution of sympathy with I Spruce Ladders
I : A daring modiste has introduced DF\I mIn bill! I broke with ,
among ( out
: an
to lw s-een in I the Irish: people in their for Home I
its spherical envelojare now struggle Coppei Paints, sal's, l=: sal's, CI'''.
her tea gowns the costume of mnodermiEgypt's attH'k.I.f Poison ( )ak. Whether it
Rule. or not
i j ,j ji Varnish al% 1-ti
many xxiudoxxs. I Spar ;: gal'sgti., pis.Oils .
Frank Hawkins, Fremont, 0., carver, i is test societv. It is loose and sw athy, i I (':mll' back on me during the next three or !| and Leads, all kinds.
A tasteful jKittt-rn in u ring consists I \vlil.floW'ing slewts that give somehow till) I I1S
fUIII''l'ar" I do remember but from
nut 11'
of small turrluoises, set at equal i idistances arrested on a charge of cutting; short the I w. 1>>,\OH & O'S I.LDYIJXEH: I'AIN'TN
of number effect of train and that is the
a a girdle
mortal career of William Smith with a to is-m: I suH'ered most severely fltnmirepeatetl i iI
a pairof Iu tact anything tor Uuildui<
band hav- ; or S.uliu.I"JtIJ.
all around a plain gold I
j shears. height of elegant discomfort. I attacts of this eruption. The Use I Iof

ing slightly raised edges. ]I \\ Wide hat of straw { external n'lIll'lIia"l' relief I Hart's Block 'bilolrs.. N. J. Burnett of Portsmouth, string or very openly t some / a i Itaj St.,
I A hollow ball of gold, having stars and1aves :, 0., was' rocking; her grandchild to sleep, the knotted and guiltless of lining, with a flower t'xvas: onlv' tt'IIII"lrary-till !:S7t: > I found '
pierced through the shell and set: with angtl of death sang her own tired spirit to : or two stuck on one side, are accounted wonderfully 1 that It bwlide ui Potassium and n.II1'tlf S.'rI ..J.t'KS1'ILIE, 1:01. t.I .

small jewels, mak.- tin ornamental top for a rest: forever. | stylish; but it is suggested that if j I saparilhi benefited me not a l little. lloI \\ I Ii i LUDDEN & BATES SOUTHERN MUSIC HOUSE.

mnglo prong; ladies huirpiiL MilN and Bynum spoke at Piedmont shade be their purpose, a cabbage leaf should I Il'H'r'n then I was not cured, fur front 1- -

A six pointed star ...'t with small diamonds j Chaulauqua Thursday. The Tex:s gentleman Lo constructed to wear inside. i 1 ISs1:! to I Js<: the attacks were more severe,

radiating front a central cat's eye and overlapping explained and defended the bill which Wo proclaim to a sinning, suffering;: antI 'i jirolousjed and frequent than ever, canting PUANOSa

a similar star wt with rubies, ii i\ j bears his namu I corn stricken world of women that pointed upon nieasiiKiny as four,a nil ex"en live times Li

pleasing pattern in brooches. I At Wellsvilie, 0., a valuable Ulel'lley'' toes and narrow soles now mark the cheap | tluriiiL' the year. In the spring of l.sS":: 1 II !

A handsome bracelet consists of seven al worth :,.>0.) was annihilated by a. stroke of' and shoddy'ia footgear, tho wide sole, withor I I took a course of P. P. P. and from that

, tenmat-datnlunJs! and rubies each in a separate lightning so completely that only a few I I Il without IKJX toe, anti common sense heel, time to lime present (June U":), 1. Sti) I have ORCANS.

Iwx bc-tting, and all mounted on a l buttes were left. appearing in all really first class work. been free from eruption of this poison. < 'nix' : i

knife edge U-ind of Roman gold. Two more Blue Grass angels; registered: : Tho once, early in this month, a feu !bumps: alI ,- .
British female's
i by St. Peter, under the head of "Kenl ucky .: sins against taste continuo I J periled on my xvrists, hut! dried up in a day I
Miniature paintings on rick crystal andfvorv to bo scarlet for told
Ji'.tettiato Feud Supply.' :Shad Combs and John Camp as we are upon I or two beinj! the dying! throes: as: it were, of
f stt around with pearls good authority that slio now herself '
bell, of l ltnztr.l Ky. gets up : loathsome
this horrid and I diseasetter
: <<
diamond.-! an among tho most tasteful i' for garden parties, picnics, 4'and sich'' in \I Mid-Summer Sale
Mary lJyhouse, fourteen-year-old j being plagued al out txventy-tive with
:: years
f I niches yet ottered.JexxelenVoekly. gowns of red cotton, without regard to age,
made three attempts to burn the orphans'i j Poison Oak, I consider myself cured and
fi enameled filigree color or matrimonial condition of servitude.
An irregular scroll of gold home at Princeton, Ind., ljecau",c ".e waswhipped ; | bv the use of about one !bottle of 1' P. Pj r
in n Inch the princii cures start from "
for .
i stealing.Tom ; j I D. WATSON WINN. i

rubies, the whole encirclwl by a diamond Kam. y, the Loimvillo bus bail inebriate ROYAL FLUSHES. '! Ufttor: brace Church, Waycross: < ;Ja.Keiu'xxs BUY NOWAND

jaxed Mixer ribbon, makes u'I'Y handsome took the insolvent debtor's oath < 1 ___

brooch.Small. Thursday and was released from jail, where ; King; Humbert's palace at Homo contains '! Her Youth.Mrs. TAY XVIIES

luunmered gold tnl** fastened hit was held on u saloon debt. j I 2,000 rooms, but the king; and his family ooI I Phu-bo Cliesley, Peterson, Clay
togttlier; side by side, with1It platinum links Vincennes, Ind., has awakened to the :
cupy 1:1'of: them. i ('O., Iowa, tells the following remarkable COTTON IS SOLD.MIQSUi1MER
make a wLii-h will prokibly tlndfa'or knowledge that she has been holding down :
with artistic Tho czar of Russia lately presented 1,000-I story, the truth of which is vouched for .
in UK-eyes of customers a big coal fit'l.I. and will proceed to the
tap 000 rubles to a nobleman to relieve his pecuniary [ by the residents: : the town : "I am 7:}
teadencies.Apri'ttydiMginU'liod earth forthwith for black diamonds. '
el1lbarra sll1ents. old have been troubled kidney
on a din,!', silver William L. Penny Jr., and Robert Bar. i years: with ,
well William II, tho new of Germany complaint and lallll'nefllr:,: many OFFER.
mug represents ti party of ju\eiale merrymakers nett, Known citizens of Pittsburg, of i j jgood emperor
spent two years in learning to set typo and j years ; could not dress* nlvsell'without
s.nmu gasly dam'ill);about a )1:1).1'010' : repi. IOU, urn on trial for bunko :
while! oilier* stroll abut and pluck the earlyblossoms. ink William Murdoch out of $lOOoo last Jan ono year in a press room. 'I hell. Now I am free from all pain anti t1'itt

uary. i! Tho emperor of China is having electric orc'lIl':111(1) am able to do all my own I.UOO Iairrt-Ci uos und ,
Ora.a. t<> he sold in June, Jul .
A pretty brooch ivpresents three entwined In lh!<7 the mineral products of the United I lights fixed up in the Nan-hai-tzo palace housework. I owe my thanks Electric i\.UU" and Hcptenilier at SIUU

very garlands of llowers. The blossomsare I States were valued at f53SO.V5o4.: which is | grounds at Pekin. They will cost $(jOOO., Hitters for having renewed my youth, C'at le,

g m colon..ll.nmlt'I:;, and the lloman goldof *luO,000oXH( greater than the output in 1:0.: ,,'). i i' King Humbert of Italy, has given up removed completely all disease:: and pain." (I'l.VXOS IKCAXS.&IO, f.z5; CASH CASH JO"DOWN fit..

the wreaths projiercan just lie seen betxteen .! The production 6.iXi0UU'l.Senator of pig iron alone increased dancing and at all the palace and state balls I Try a lM>ttle, .r) e.and 1 $. at all drugstores and the Italance next >J< %.cml)erist
: .
the'in. t over his son takes his fathers place as partner of I in Tittisville and on Indian Iliver 'Uhout Interest or advance I
I Hawley's amendment to the army: the lady whom the king delighteth to honor. iti 1'rice. All our I'lanon and ( -- -
A tasteful in sleeve links i* in the :
de-sign bill for iiifliicied In tills Hale f nrClieapest
I providing; a gun factory at Water- Tho of is gnus
prince Naples a good dancer. .
form of an oval having, two platinum and vleit arsenal, and appropriating $ .O'IJOO( td and our Itet. > o ex

tno dull gold quarters. In tho center is engraved I for the purchase of steel for heavy coast Tho queen of Italy on recent occasions received I ceptions.leading maUers Voiir c'toicc and o from, er .luu ten

a Maltosu cross, in which tiro set a : guns, jvis ed the senate. I guests seated in the chair of state just I Ht>'le", and Xrlces.

ruby and a i.apg>hir '. : John Brice, Cal Brice's brother and C. N. : under a picture of her husband, tho king. '

An oil design in rings represents the fa- I Iltiskell, general manager of the Mahrnmg' She was dressed in a severe role of black -SUMMEH BARGAINS 1888-

iiuhur h.*'k and eye, heretofore sacred to : construction, engaged iu a fight Thursday at : velvet, which showed off her magnificent

feminine gurlUt>uts. One end of tho shank I Toledo, over the Mahoning railroad troubles. pearl necklace to tho greatest advantage. Q New InstrumentNew

set with rubies, represents tho hock: amid Haskell was badly punished. Tho crown prince of Sweden has been SPYRAFIGE Styles. Nexx >'iir -s. ( ireat Iiuprox'fluents

inters the rtucrald ktiuMed eye,-Jexxelers' I William has embraced his relative, King'' robU-d of S1GUOOO worth of jewels. Tho -- in our letter Prie Intruiii o.

UWkly. : Oscar cf Sweden and was Thursday feted duchess of Edinburgh was recently reliever) A EI"aK Ct iOC rite Large puirliwi enable us to oiler lieduced I

: at Stockholm. Next he goes to visit King of 40,000 worth of gems in Spam. The fCHILLS & FEVER, ; Prices.: Ueie are allll'lt' .

GOOD MANNERS. I Christian of Denmark, who with a small royal travelers of Kurope should take with 4 DUM.aD u iuE P il.. Oda\, nth

---- I fleet has left Cop>nhagaii to meet him. them only "11 change and their t4-eth- PI IAI flO. riht. barge Mx-.

Sever try td outshine, but to please. City Auditor Whiteside, of Chattanooga, brushes," as Cat lenux says. -KK .9 822 !5 .(.sties IIM1'ull! .I lln-li'allti"1 Tow.H..t'wuult tiuar-

Never press n fa.oTht"ro it seems unll<- may tie indefinitely suspended from olJiea The princess regent of Brazil, who is now anl'.- simL within a few days: for truth telling. He s.4t.
making a tax orable impression as administrator -
Never intrude ill health joins:, losses or says that he stuffed the ballot boxes ;,] forty-two years old. Sho never I ,:. ( (:1'"
PI IAIJU.i. k'laye'
in the congressional race there four years II 'S J; ( 'Large
irisfortunes. her full which '
signs Isabella
; name Chn- S ()
ago. | S'7.t':1 trhlst:: Full Iron
Never intentionally wound the feelings ofa I Homer tino-Lrf-opoldme Augustine MiehelliGabrielloRaphaelle : z f. talle Ivory K**>'K, ICirhK
Knapper colored of '
human Gallipolis, !! (;tutzgmie, Princess Imiierial of K<*+ xxl Cjis. "'Irlit.da.'t'r)' xvi y.
tieing I 10., thought the second husband of his'' Brazil and Countess D'Eti.When LIPPMAN'SPYRAFGGEIs Equals riaiKpi u-oally t'Ohtllt Suit and S-iV I'.
Never: talk or Laugh; aloud in public placesor i mother was inclined to he too fast in repri- :, MtiHrr's I'rin, ?:70Vitli l *.

upon; the street. raanding him for wasted time, and kept him the Princess of Wales opened the : CALLED THE \ 1'iaiioH I'lusli" Top Moot

Never forget that vulgarity has its originin : from going a step-father by shooting off the Royal Naval and Military bazar she was Wonderful Chill and Fevsr ExpellerIt Music Handsome Hook and Cover all,Freight Instructor.*ald.
I dress silk: with 1 1S50
old man's leg above the knee. ** m ma11tH- thr bands
ignorance or selfishness.Never .- the dJJ'I!1 anti r"\'e.-. tfin ni tV -' -t, :1i \.
j: of scarkt on the liodiee and some touches of I run ORGANS".. : ....t-.
urge another to do anything against OVER NIAGARA. '': red visible upon the skirt. 1'hrun;; 11'in'eases '_'i\"' X..IIUJIIH.I.Ubrih.jlli; ;;sireIi';Iit !iuit.i to Tin r l:....,lv5Sstmw
his desire i ; .solM Walnut .'a_. Ihjr'i
unless set danger before him. i
you Victoria 1.1111Iaud
A Sail Moat Cap<*1z*>d in the Itallilb-A! ,'I ( simply dressed in Toji.Lamp Maud", :\lu-1t' 1'a-krt.
Do not asfc. another to d-> what you would { ,:' brown, tailor made l.'vstUIlll.'S.t'r with Full bxifcet Tone. M not lie glad to do under similar circumstances. Young Woman Drowned. their mother. -
i j NIAGARA FALLS, N. Y., July 23.-Mrs. rnJrnJ urKullx-tHlM'.,
On the r <"(seventieth birthday of the ORGMU,1,1\ it'flulIw s>tOM,
I| P. J. Tully, twenty-two years of age of S 6 5 i
Never omit to perform n kind act when it king of Denmark his dnughter-in-laxx- Rich "V's '. Hcautllul Parlor >rjran. -
Macon, Ga.. lost her life Thursday afternoon lli,,u>.iils. sold. All purchasers
JI(1Aer')1'ra., $:J"
j I by going over the American falls. She came delighted.:
exertion. : of embroidery U by herself representing (Prickly Ash, 1'oke lioot and Potassium.)
Flue tool
here with her husband a few weeks ago from I AVltti ICacli Organ n
Do not nuke witticisms the expense of Macon. Unbeknown to her husband Mrs in heraldic fashion the coats of arms of the CURES i nn Ii.Htructor Music look all!

othen. which you would not wish to have Tully accepted an invitation to go out sail- :, principal members of tl.) imperial ai.d 1 royal iI I i .All.... Freight.. I'alcl.
made upon yourselves.Hemeinlier j ing with Will. H. Barber Thursday. They families of Ru-*>ia, England, Ilaiioxer nll.lOrll.ln. I
., who have become united to that of SYPHILIS 15 DAYS TRIAL.
that good manners are thoughts had gone quite a distance up the river when his .

died w kindness S and efinwiuent and ben : in making tack Barber let go the sail and majesty.The rrimarv, Socondarr,and Tertiary Syt/h.lis.Prph- Order and tit n yuur Own Home
translated into Ivhavior.IV the boat turned keel up. They had dri/tel ,, king; of Sweden was on his last birth; ilitic FTnipnon". scrofula and Scrofulous Eruj No required until In-tnimcnt
down the river toward the cataract slowly day the reeipieM of a prettly little letttr ti' nB. Ulcers and OH .oret'. Rheumatism and money .
nut ostentatious in dress or deportment all tlL-ieace* of the blood ; til thor that have is satisfactory.: lade. pay FieUliI; l",tlt
nothing; can be more vulgar. Sethat cos- getting near the upper rapids. 1! from a Swedish girl 0 years of age, who 1 l1 beginning rttteil other treatment yield t-ksdily and surely wan? if no sale.'l'he: f.J n.-t Wtth Ural.

tuaies tit the time anti occasion A small boat from tbe yacht Titama succeeded her epistle "dear king; ," informed to the wonderful power of I' P P", the great Our In-trnllletlt art j'1,1 awl ,.im.p, aI..l
in reaching the overturned boat, to him that as his birthday t'Oiudd..lnth her :mood I'tlrifier. satisfied purtliaMr.l.end .
ridsto none; rudeness harms not even which Mrs. Tully and Barber were clinging. own Ibb1l1 xxr.tten in order to congratulate -
the h....i!.lest! and i>ooivst to whom it is directed Barber was rescued, but Mrs. Tully loosenedher him, jartK-uIaily! as she Invert her dear SCROFULAIs cular. for Mlcl-Su miner Hale Cir-

but it injures the exhibitors.: hold and slipped down into the water, king so very much He wrote buck: "1 > HKMrlMKKR.Yi," r: tow

Never treat superiors with servility or inferiors and at r':3U. her body almost lifeless, passed thank the little Miss S. A.. tj years, of age; an impurity in the Wood roduc-ng, I.-imp* or I! ;",.", 1i' 1.a..rt.n1I aul l t-
Swelling! ailfinj Kunniu; SonT: on the Arm", AH'Frri'ihl tl) /* 7htJI' SuT"
Iii> *
with om:amv. Speakas kindly to : under te Goat island bridge" going over the for her letter of congratulation on my birthday!*. or F<'tt. for the cure of which u-c I'. J'. P.. \I tit':,,,P- tiiifir'tiitii"r<- !)-' "in'itur v frtetnnfii
a day laborer Wti to name occupying a high pt- falls a few seconds later. She had the reputation which is:, ;is.) hers. May 5he b"'e"_>;..e a the greaU-t blood medinne on earth. All these i : .t1 .tletl fnnfl. AlLUDDEX
SitloiLAlways 1 of being the handsomest brunette at good woman, and thus afTord pleasure to her dif.iKycH n-aililx to the i ox\tr of P P. 1', I
giving new life and new strength. BATES
Niagara king; Oscar." The letter was wa-onl.anie.I *

and give precedence to ciders, visitors by a hatulsomeg'.i.i IK::*:;:Ie.GASTRONOMJCAL. I SOl nu! .: MUVC MOL'T.! .'IA' ai Gt.i .
2>uIlCri N. tier them the best scat at On the 'Hopper Warpath. BLOOD POISON

the table, the brat plat't.b) the lire and the FERGUS FALLS, Minn., July 23.-The !

trst of everything. Go further than mere grasshopper war at Perham continues una* TIDBITS. (',.:,(-d in its xvorct form : eo"; "'imo
form, and see that they are comfortable and tiated. Although over 10.000+ bushels haveben Erv-ipelas.where he I atit'l.ta.." m f.h:'ain .
and < t.e jihyicianIi
ha1'I'3'. rixen up by : some ca-es
(caught theare: still catching them at Saddest sight of tongue;: or pea is the little ScrofulouUlce'rs broke fut till the jiartyxxdd amass I
a lively rate. None to speak of have flown boy clung oranges; in the railway car: of corruption : a Lottie of P P. 1'HI..!! 1 Laxwlde.l t" nay stank f.fVti hn.. I, !I..d.1'lat..J .*
DRAWING ROOM GOSSIP.It I.rocurttil, and the disease yielded: quickly. W.6rt', Jt .>..lry .It. ; a i <.list|,let? list t tarn
otto A lot and flew five six miles .. ,
rose up or For "filling: ; iiT purposes nothing qaito \1,11"1/1": '. a flue tra.1ot Curarr;/arti.- !t.hueoaid -
is to U and when they alighted forty-five bushels of equals the reakfast griddle cakes at LcttLx i flit| f. a.-.H,..t tii.i lor fancy (..HM-. Tututuns -.
noted sunshade of
that the rod RHEUMATISMAnd '
them were caught. lAst Monday night over \ and 11ont.l.| t iin">'init; a K IM"I sl.'i.k III
five years ago has reappeared at the seaside.A All roads lead to Rome, tad all canned I' t.tI"I.fa1.1 an n ,..)rlJ".t..r l''all't} and t'
one hundred bushels were caught: in one .
shrimp come from the city of New Orlean: in all Affection* cf the Blood P P P.stands tii>n-rx : St.' |."d."t and uM t uth rt U.xtli -
marked change in the style of livery is fleKL One man caught: forty bushels Mon alone and unrix-aied, and t..n c cf its cures are JIll ,h"l/ls\hi .- r.vrN "lor.-, \\'aliiii -
already noted by tho close observers at New- daTh are big catches and only made A good deal of so called mutton broth suggests ;: really:! xtonderful ::tnii .\ ,,-mif. Ti' is, iM-, xoii are reelect
IW. occasionally. just enough; sheep for one to say "bah:"' If you suffer from anything liKe PvphilL Srro- fully Invited to call! and xauiin1 the >4m ti) >
fala. Blood Poison, UlcerOld Sons IMieumatif yourself ali to |>rir -' aUtI qnility. whether you bar
good many cf tho so called Mexican Not one: cook in an Irish dozen comprehends m. or any disease of the blood. bo sure antigive or not WATCH UtI'AlHIXti ,V M'U IALTY.
docks would be a real curiosity in that .\ I\iiiful ty-. peas should be properly P. P. P. a trial.P. Latest apirtved. IUtruDIt'.Lt.. and Tool. and "ttjear
country. Tte days c.reru, \*":" >.-rter cow.Ikit boiled. P. P. (Prickly Afh, Pole: Root and Pota- .' i>ractical eni.c* tu the wat.-hand IresIry..
slam) is no secret patent medicine like the many >>iiMn-,,". I shall spare no "III.aI.1112 to pira at
Even the upright piano comes nowadays doesn't it so"t'm, ilrulJTu The man who eats cucumbers at right cm the market- Iu formula! w on every bottte, t., articles and vrne <>r ha-i,drug. and 114,...: inW.
ia .,... with a ptm- 1 l;*!.,; row. ; thus giving a guarantee of its purity and wboeI I' :IIF.Jur t FIIL..uotr. .o 1'.1t PATa.s,....
\LamLoo case for the parlor of the country .''er cuter cv..ldimervml.: w.its to see Mrs Jarley's waxworks without I that other blood does
sentences no purifier '
.. give. : ( ( HK.\\Mt \(;.
-:; J.un.1.; :ayi1o. __ __ __ _




THE FLORIDA STAR. The Vcfcan now continue its tirade, r: Monthly Meteorological Siiuiuiarj. ,, UXCLE SAM[ CALLED ON NINE DAYS IN A WELL

of Tita ville. Fla., during the month of
: July. I
The Awful
if it choose?. We offer our readers no 1's. Espf'rlf'Dc" of Joho .*i lrr
PUBLISHED EVERY THfRPDAY. quarrel. Matters of greater I a > bra.(ca 1V.1I DlZZr,.
ELLIS B. AGER Editor! and FnUiita i interest are daily occurring which are of; I Tempera- ._ AMERICAN IN PERU. son, who was impnsone-1 ia & ".::1 j nu:.p d \-r..
I more importance. Selah ..Yc1l'S."e : tare. i and !
I : ii i says tut w h.nth

St.f! per A ii ii u in.Enterol : have !spoken. lfW The Peruvian Government Forcibly Takes I: boards and said closed In over him he was -.'
DATE. : crowded into a box about two feet
.. square
at Tiurilk as j ro'e...ion of Hi Property, and Ho Object and vIth not
at the P<,*t Office i.i .. enough room for him to itani r
: =
One* yore Precinct Hoard<< r.j:5:: : -- -!l e War of worth iu the blouse erect. He coull not get on hu kn v,
Stconil-Cto Matter. i : : :::: I II Or ut 9.
i From. of Commons Contained-Foreijju. .. d.own. but had to stay in a crouch; poti. r.I :
-A-*-\unlsonc-- Inch in space; 21 squares I 1........................ ... ..... 1 i.... .lio: :. tion during the whole of his impmoant.. I

make a column. D./i/fJl' FI'Jrit/fl .Star: :?............. ................. n.1I :u 7''n.iO: NEW YORK Au/. C.-There is a chance" "About the firs three day," s.A.i.JnJ r-

KoruU* *rtI l
always enclosing a two centstuiup. I -I................................ ;!ilt..iS-l. "I:f fe ,...... : the United States gjverumeru; by way of. that I began to wan water badiy. The

Tllf. :;TAJ: is i the OFFICIAL newspaper! committee remarked.a country citizen, .,................................ ". OJI) i!.t 'q. ,...... I vindicating: the claim of Amerce n.tnej fourth day when it ramed, I heard what ,

for IJrevard wiuntv. few he ; ; i. ;';;:u'. .11'i I"I; ;...... I: Thorniile, who bays that vi et arnii:, tLe I thought; was water slowly dripping: FHI. 1l.. .

The Star has! the Larucst!' cIrculatIOn a days ago, a* "flopped" himself ,................................ S1.i) .S.: .. Peruvian government has taken possession lag; around, I found i:, 8nd. b.$.Ling; my .11" .

of any paper on the .iat. coat oH JaTITC.SVILLE down on a goodbox in Titiisville and i I .......................... ..... :.\t 9-I! .3;......1, of t'ae rolling; stock, winch belongto him c* mouth open, I managed in this way to get .,.. .4:.
--- -- about dozen
-- -- ------ --- began to cut notch with I 1................................ .::.:i 9'x.1;: ...... the Areqmpa, Peru & Cusco railroad, which a drops of water which ga-.a ,"lr
DIKECTOKV. a a long jack- me much relief. I had no din 'ulhm breathing
1t1................................ ....-1.0.-t .:i ...... also the government Las seize!. In fact th&government until the well I

Uavorcorg0 TOWS B Huinpb OFFU'nJo. knife. On being informed that the ecre ] 1..... .......................... ..'? I/9:; ,:; 11.111I has tkn p3; .. ion of all the by sand occasionally came: coming so mvir in,tine oauW: fillet by t;**.4 1

rie'rV' -II. AtVinfon.. tary was standing in front of him, he extended :?..... .................. ........ 'u.:. !III.-t 1).10 i rolls in Peru for iis exclusive use. The decree the diners above. I hll breathed the air .,.

Marshal and. Tax Collector,.. -T. W. Saaitn.Asi. 1::.............................. .,,:t; ti:1.:: ..... 'j of congress to tfa. effect is no new mat over so much! that it had become Impure,

AWrm..-" M r>ii-S.- s. Uay ra U P. 1'a-ldison. D. I.. Gaul hi* hand fur -hake, andaid, .. 1-t................................ '::.O D4 i Ii ...... ;I ter. It was passed last year. causing; me to feel a smothering sensation J.JJ!'. CC

den J. M l iii)?). I.. B.: BiE 'lov-Tbnrsdar night of each, "Y cr ar the man I'm a-lookin'! fer ; rive 13.; ............................... ,." I).; .'" .ti (0.11') (m.lf : The roads were built by an American contractor but about this time the rescuer* #.irk

Town Council mt second ;................................ ,.".;j ," ; ; O.oJ; MeL got near: enough to nw to let in air fromalove.

inontli ___ _ ___ I me a chaw terbacker and I'll tell vei I,................................ ." uI4ai.) .....1 i I I s, on foreign capital obtained 1r wen of 1 why I've come to town." The de-ireti : 1.'......... ......................i'i(tj ...... .. on bonds guaranteed by the Peruvian government I "By having a goal; supply of chewing tobacco 55 :
line ftreet I to hom possession of the roads I did suffer
.. not tit) ranch for f.KKl as
laY at 11
a.m 1yaKhinytnn and .::$1)Veuue(,. w. Service Sunday every school San 9: .t .::ID.It.v. made lId. .' Thornd.k\ that ran I could hear considerable that
}'r.erfl1tin t very Wednesday evening inuted.JLVSONIC. cud of !stunning; size wa- clipped off and! :?l........ ......... ....... ..... ;,:)..j,4) ola.Il by : successor : : ; wa "illnUll .' :
I'a+tor. Allarefordiilly j the roads have been d ne a'->ve. I heanl the when :
I for wagon U
John Fuy. thrown back into his jaw then began to -.N-............... .. .............. ,-. ,- : I I,11I never yet completed ,, .
1"-, started to t >vin for and heart !tI'1e (
2:1... ............................ :,;.It ,,;.,0 :? IU want of money, and the Peruvian government : Th* is dead i
M. meets the m whittle again in all the glory of a Florida has interest the one say man and the order !
IndiiM Carr Lodge:: I' & A. month. I :!-I............... ......... ........ .7'.i; '; f:!i /o."Ii; never paid any on given to t t" pull box out.Vhea "
.. on ur prior to fall moon etery bond-: Lat;; the German English and j my they r.1
lit J.*MFM.F.I\ S4. A. A. STEWACT. W. M.Ix -t. He continued, "Well. r.eI 2:)................................ i ,1.1J.Sts (ii;! 11O2i ):? i American con-uis year all proit'sted the l gan to pall I knew there was great dangerof t1 ;;:. ,

i --- -- -- -- --- I ju-t come to town to Zit the new and ;.................... .... ........ .! :?.oi tiii' ...... : act of the Peruvian against the lourds ;giving way and crushing me, t it .. -. .

its reply to the STAR, three the Melbourne coluinns -. ; take a drink 0that artesian water that ; :7.:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: :" ) (II I ,;.-1:?'11,1...:.. : minister of and being for my alive.own I cut safety the, ropes and to, and give heard evidence: th, t( iiw'c&J"i .I

nearly i I've been a-hearin' much about and .
Afir* con*umes ....... ................... ....... i2.f; }; .;;; .:? ...... : the government about the proceeding, and exciting talk that prevailed when it was du i .....,-. -.."

of its valuable !space in leaded that waacurin' all the general complaints ;; *)............... ................. :.::3.0,....."',:; L4 Mr. Tuorudike has gone to Washington, covered that I was alive. It vra* music tome -f">s:

1 Long Printer solely to refute in its own ; but, by gravy, its wo-e than salt 31..7'.o! ..;, Z 11..1 taking: with him all the original; documents and from that time on I was hopeful of t: 1"..wJt

words what we had to ay in regard works A feller has to take a chaw ter- Sum mar. '. end papers relating to the seized railroad. being recued."About the. sixth I felt ,pr')'
day wimethin i
"club i He hopes to obtain tL? active interference of )oJUI .
to its petty fling* at Titiisville ; the backer to git the tate out ov his mouth, Mean barometer, : ollli 2.Highei I our government.The crawling:: upon my hand and found it to be a I

aloonetc.. Such; an effort convince, but, then, I aint got nothing chnmico barometer, 3U.20 on the 4th. I fly. I thought from this that aa opening; bid
recognitionfor Lowest barometer, :2<,>I..4.I:{ tin the 13th. ; WordyVar Continue.LOXDOX. Utrn made from above. I was correct, for .i
that it has been" seeking the taste won't bother me much. Well,
us I Monthly range of baroueter.7. Aug. 6.-The debate on the inquiry oon a wet rag; was pissed to me. In reachIng J .r1o'1:
wnnetime and this will be given I've been Bill Norwood fer !o I. it to it" covered {
a-knowing : Mean temperature, >o.oS.Highest bill in tha house cuntiuues. It rca ; mo *:carae wlt.1Ii1\I1It. : "fSI

this week, in as terse a manner a,. po:-si-i yer-. and when I -.C'that artickle a few O.) the loth.: casually admitted by tho solicitorgeneral but no honey ever tasted better than that :
temperature, m wet Soon bottle of and prxitJ!
a water
that an inquiry into the authenticity of the rag. a piece
ble. I weeks in the STAR axin the people Lowest tJ." ) the 7th. I'
ago; temperature, .o on Parnell>tter;; was not the roam ok.j-ct of L.f bread were given me, and I was truly : 4 1
of the 1 errs know that toend Bill Norwood the later I Monthly ran_(- of :!..fI. I thankful
Every reader : to Lcgi- ; temperature, I the bill. Ii: fact, the! government due not ,&tk-4

Slclb iunie is a candidate for ft pre-con 'I said then 't".aa good choice, fer Bill (Jreate-t daily range of temperature j expect to be able to establish their authen l! 'From thij tim on .T:m to gain : .

the :?:!.O. }: ticity. They would bo, anyway, only sj strength, and by helping; my rescuers the .
county- Norwood is the -ide :,
ceivt-il 1 movement to change i same thing; up one Least daily range of temperature ,._. i much evidence of a general fact that the Lime passed quicker than one would sttpp-'!!e. !

11; i seat, which is to be located there Kim and down the other, he ought to be in Mean daily range of temperature, 14.S. I i league and the Irish party was conllecto.l When my feet which are badly swollen are nJ5V..

time in the "sweet bye and bye." In Congres, by rightwith David-on. and Mean daily dew point, oo.o. I with tho committee in Ireland. Letter, and I dare eat a square deal, I will >a'n
Mean relative swan i The Liberals en leaver to prolong the discussion 1 U t all right"DYNYMITE; A DltIdS1
article championed by itself: and its non i Charley Dougherty and them other big daily humidity, _
Prevailing direction ot wind .E. : on amendments in order that the
le plume correspondents it ha. referredto politicians. Now it snout -ound purty : Total movement:,: of wind, .">,:1"J') mile. I, country may see that the government is determined : ECHOES. a::.

Titiisville in unmeasured terms in; : loud to put Dill in with them ft-llers in I1irh -velocity of wind and direction I to coaJust a one-siJal inquiry into I II lrauerrisen Gocttlin,; ntul nr.1 hate sit t

contradistinction to the many advantages I Congress: but everybody: knows that if ithadn't : 2:}-E.i ,..: X.E-l" -t, ::trd, & 21st. I the crimes committed: while excluding; from '. Another K...arii ;:. '7?ba'
; consideration the fac: that the crimes
." inches. are Arr.fUA. Ill, Aug. 1.- 'lu rl'i"l'n. f1-
Total 02
of that place as a count)--cat. been for Bill Norwood four yers I precipitation, > ; I due to the tyrannical ti,:osuroi of the gov : = )
Q Number of clear day- iii.: ling and KfJef'I.: three of th men charged
This and the question that Prohihi- i ago Charley Dougherty wouldn't a Number of fair day, lo. ernment.Hopeful. with the Chicago, Burlington & Qaincy conspiracy I M

ton does not prohibit" i- the core of all I knowed a !solitary gal Washington Number of cloudy:days. : "tm That Stanley Live.u. had another hearing in court Monlay. -

its attadk.Kvcry i to-day, and I will ay right now to yer ; ( ;F(. W. EDDEY. Observer.lor BRUSSELS. Au;. S.-Lieut. M'issman, the .that The Bauerei-'en only new evidence Bow les gird t.iIt
was purchas some: ammonia -
: German explorer has come here from Be r- : t*
{ fair-minde per-on on Indian I fellers, if you want to send somebody to -- ----- : and several packages:: : of blue vitriol at a "
din In response to a summon from King iaI
t IU\er knows that the STAU has never Tallahassee who wont fergit all about the drug store, and gave it to him with i.istru.iozn '.'-
: .t 'nll IlMiailatU 'uuntr: Leopold: who desires to obtain: hh opinion W
rlianipioncil the cause of intemperance, \ workin'man'interet,, and will die by nt'lnC'I, CPtltca1ion. Hoarding:; the( whereabouts of Stanley. : to go t> Mendata and pub it in the antielaime
tanks: of several locomotives lit .Lljvrlyt)
Lieut. Wiajinan informed thj that he
or that uf the liquor men. We are un : his right, just send Dill along and you'll The Demoerati1 party of Drevardcounty ; I did not believe; that Stanley was king lost, andsaid went to Mendoti, but the etiguies wer a.. I I't'JII'm

furtunate that we have a. law which i i.\ hit the right: nail on the heal} will hold I a convention at the that hd hoped to hear good news of the closely wateheil that ha hall no opportunity ExLQt
owing to a conflicting act. \ I heard, ; Capt.harl': wanted tojro: I explorer at an early date. .u U-* the stulf The l'risonl'ri were held t- !ill
not applicable Court-house: in Titu-ville, on Wednesday bail!, Baueiv.-e'i: in $1.,0 X) on threw charge; of
on our statetatutes; which virtuallypruttct back to the :Senate to untwist: some: ov nspiracy.. malicious mischief, ant unn\\- :
the th 1S. .
> day uf.cptemhl'r. at i Yellow Fever ID Florida.WAs.nisrjTnx ,18
the saloon men. j them kinks he lulped to %it in fer South ful handling .>f dynamite; Godding ia :titGJ,
ti'el'x'k for the 0. General
three p. m., purpo-e ; Aug. -Surgeon or. two charge; of conspiracy anti handling
; :
First let the law favoring the formatioif t I :: Fluridy. Well, if that's the ca-e I think I nominations till I Hamilton has received a telegram from tee;
Democratic : of .
and o3O
making dynamite, Koegel fc >, on charge ...
club nxims tIC repealed. or changed; all them; fellerthat htllhll1fl in them Manatee, Fla., signed by Dr. Murray, stating handling dynamita.
the following oilice- : I _
that t\\O suspicious; cases of yellow fever
as well as any other conflicting act- wi hi-eat laws ought: to :go back too. Sayif :State Senator from the 13th Di-trict, i were discovered: yesterday, and two the day Mrs. Charles! "9. Ro!"enbach, of Chicago: tbot

which arc a hindrance to prohibition." i the thermometer i- up to 'J-V I now a member of Him-..., of Representatives: :I before. Tee hou:e inspection has been completed :' arrested for abducting Ltr own child by n ter ii:

Then the court could lie made ellectivtin I where will she !be election. time. with negative; results. Manatee is former husband, named Lawrence, from the '
I from Drevard county, County Judire: guarded by twenty-five men, but no panic of whom child had
to the
keeping: a coupe
this law.., .
those who disobey That tickle from N. C. ;;
punishing : I BrymH't.k I ':i1I1a
Clerk of the Circuit Court, :Superintendent } has occurred. There are about one hundred been given six years ago, when Mrs. Itosaach -
This matter remains: for our l legislator-; I' fore la-t. dun purty well fer a cracker, of Public In-truction, CountySurveyor people at Manitee liable to take the fever. > was in financial distress.

to attend to instead: of the officials: 01!f t but twern't at all like I'd a writ it ; I'd a of Taxes Strike. Summer boarders will fin la pleasant location StTrot
: County .As-e--: Out on a I
uur countv.I'M i -aid more al mt the eternal ins and the ( Collector ('uunty'I'rea-urer. LAW UESCE. Mass.: Au,. 4.-Nearly three I on tha farm of Lafe Sutton, noar :k.
'ounty'lax i I Connersville, Ind. Ha has a pet blacksnake, ..
-ml that the \ outNow fellers don't hundred of the Arlington; mill are r
We everlasting
prohtbtton-I ; nUllhcritr: ; al-o: a new Democratic : out strike, having been refused an in- : twenty-two feet long, which run all the raS
oa a
i ist element i* to rapport a man for herill think I'm a wanting an oilice, becau-e I : Executive Committee. I crta-e of ten cents.A off the premises, scare] seventy-five other

with the don't think the fair I snakes from under the hou5, and tore the '
whoispleilgtMltothem.but present outs ar pitting play. : will be entitled the _. ; asak
Each precinct to ;
top rails from the fence as it snaked over it ,
law unchanged, ouch a. man, if elected I tint got book larnin' enough to hold following number of delegate : : S sere Hail Storin. on its way from the field of carnage. 1 'b

situation i oftice but if I did I couldn't have the BKOWN' VALLEY Minn., An 8.-Tuesday
would find himself a peculiar an Barkers BlufL..I Haulover. .. .....2 I ; The will of the late Rev. James E. O'Brien ,

to act, much to his own discomfiture I spleen to ax it fer Oi I yer-. These: fellers': City Point..... .....3 I.arange.:1; : : : night a hail storm from the northwestpawed pastor of St. Peter's church Cambridge, : t
the Sisseton reservation and
: r to the chagrin of ul'portcr..andl: that ar in, and ar plottin' right; now to. (Canaveral ...........1 Merritt's I-land..2 I ruined all over the crops ia: its w'ak,,,. The swath Mass.Catholic, bequeaths institutions soma and $after a1u0J, making to various certain :- --

I Kin Gallic; ..... ....3: Malabar ... ... ......1 I ,
his in in mind circumstance it cut was over a mile wide and ten miles
to he laughed at by opponents.Very stay puts me ov a i private bequests, the residua of his
Eden... .. ............h Melbourne...... ...1 I long. The storm crossed Big Stone lake ,
til of our ablest and best: I that happened a long time property is divided between the archbishopof ; ..
many : ago ; i Fort Drum........ 2 Xarrow.l about I lx miles south of Brown's Valley, the dioce ani the church of which La .

men now prefer the local option, or high i 'twas before the war and round-up sea I Fort Pierce......... 2 Kockledze ...... ..:tGeorgiana leaving J this place unharn .'d. Great }1,>S3 of was pastor.A .
? : license to the pre>cnt law, and could we son. We had a bunch ov cows fenced : ...... .....1 Titiisville..........o 'I property is reported. Near Koseraont, terrible railroai accident on the Baltimore fa1Ia
i return to it, we believe IJrevard would and we wa- a-Iooking; at 'em when I The primaries of each of the above I )[inn., a you! g man named Cummings wai A; Ono with the loss of sores of live 'sr

vote for it to-day. Prohibition works noticed a certain old cow :in the pen that : precinct to elect the above delegates killed by a bolt of lightning.A ; : caused by the breaking of a bridge span over
the Youghiogheny river, near Counellsville, 4Irt
very well in place where liquor was went by the name ov Old Hooky, and : willIe held at each voting place therein i Veteran :showman :Nearing Death. i was narrowly averted Tnursday by a *jlf- -.

-carcc1yold under the local option law, strange to say Old Hooky never had been I on )[ollllaOth- > t1:1of. August at 2 CIXCIXXATI. Aug. t>.-At an early hour j sacrificing switch engine with one freightcar

but in places where liquor has always marked ; so, ju-t fer fun I said: to the : o'ciock p. in. I' this morning John Robinson the well known : in tow, which knockad the rotten structure
down and than it in the bottomof
showman, who has been confined to his home on
Urn Mild, the evil is a.s bad to-day as ever boys that there wern't a cowboy in all The} following; personhave been appointed on Seventh street for several weeks, was in a : the river. Five train men who had use

Itefori I the range that had spunk enough in himto a* the Democratic Executive I precarious condition. Yesterday he took a I for their lives, took pains to escape.It .

The Zeus Old Committee for each and decided turn for the worse, and unless a is reported that Mr. Blaine, in conversation .
misquotes: us: as saying, "you catch Hooky by the tail, throw precinct, requested -
I marked and unexpected change for the better with some town councillor who wenton !
$ may make laws but you cant enforce her down and mark her. Ov cours' it. to arrange for the primaries in theirrepeetive I takes place in his condition it is not board the steamer City of New York. JkIf

them." This i i-utterly false. The STAR never i was understood: if anyone should do it, : precincts.Haulover probable he will live but a few hours. Yesterday : stated that he could not understand howMr. f ...

iterated such a sentiment, and the idea he would put her in his own mark. : -C. H. Nauman. 1) Vann, i Drs. Falls and Carson were called in :. Chamberlain was led to say that there t .
I : consultation by his attending physician, Dr. were few prominent public men in America )
j must have originated in the fertile imagination Well, no :sooner said than one ov the Snmnierlin.: !I Murray, but no method of relieving the aged wLu favored Irish Home Rule. It would ba o to

; of the loquacious AVir man. : boys lit in the pen, and yer can bet :..erI I Cana.crnl-X. N. Penny, Hubert i II patient could be devised. difficult, said Mr. Blaine, to find any number ,:

L No person: writes or submits any editorial -! socks: that Old Hooky wa seen acumin'with Hanson, i I of prominent Americans who wore not ..

( matter for the STAr. aside from the : her homes set low and tail high.} Kockledge-Lyman DarneH.: C'.I! Murdered His Brother. !! Chamberlain Home Rulers. He did not and believe thought in Mr.his II
as a politician,
FLElli. OSBUBO, Ky., Aug. d.-Emanuel :
f editor himself, and such expletives a* ;; I'll bet my boots thUminite: there wern't ,, May, C. B. Magruder.Malabar I James shot and mortally wounded his I influence was almost wholly gone. -"
"weak-kneed critic'and sundry other a man around that pen but expected tosee -Mr. Maynard, E-J. Arnold.! I brother John James Tursday, at Sanford, : Chicugo has started another innovation A f

t thru-ts carry no weight with their.publi- I that feller -hot into a :sky-rocket. Melbourne F.: Gibb-, ). W. )Ic- i six miles from here. They had quarreled the mob of furious North Side cable road offlcs passengers of- Ii
9 '' day before over the rejection of some sheep Thursday invaded the
e t cation. : Who would believe it, but he kinder Quaig. 'I' whic. John had bought; for Ernanuel.: Meeting Charles T. Yerkes president of the road,
Further, the well-in formied citizen of stepped to one side: and athe old cow : Darker's Bluff S. Kitching. Dempsey again at John Muesa's store Thursday and threatened to Jens him balJheaJe l unless

Cain Paul I the matter was discussed privately. The he returned their fares. They w are arias 14
Hrcvard anxious for ,
are not any changeof went by a-searchin' fer him, he seized down for the
words heard from because the cable had broken
I first by bystanders came I
the county-seat. They have had am- her by the tail. great; Scott Old S. H. Day, Frank Heed: John, wbo said: "You have acted meaner second time in twenty-four hours and left

ple evidence in the recent contest: :* and Hooky never had had her tail touchedby E, Wacer.: : !I i than I thought a man could set,'" to which them sitting; like a lot of lunatics in taj!: mid
XarnlJ.l'. ( John J. LaKoche
Jrey. Emanuel replied "You have abused uie dIe of the street! to be guyed at and pitied
elections held in different counties of livin'man
a or woman before this: so I tboea
Noah A gee. i: often ant I will stand it no longer," an,1. by the people in horse cars and
South Florida that have been necessary it naturallycared her out ov her wit-. Fort Drum-Morgan Swain, Henry drawing bi. pistol fired three times, shooting speeding by on shank inareix President t

to change a location, the expense of and -he tuck to her heelaround l and Holme-. T. Pad-en. h.s brutner m the shoulder, stomach anJii'fc.i. Yerkes, plicated the raja with word

Point-J. 1). Hatter T. H. I>ix- Emanuf surrendered and is now injar. of comfort and encouragement for the future.
ii which, together with that of building anew : around the pen with that feller froze to City ,
It. A. Ilardee.Merrritt'1landJ.. Tms recalls: a singular casa in which : .
i court-house, moving recordand her tail all the while. Purty :-oon his on. The the San Carlos reservation
: II. am' \\". H. the fit.t'r: of the James boys shot and killed I oa
4 other items not generally taken into consideration footlipped and yonder he waaunt antlerJ.. H. Carter. his: tl"l'tuer twenty year; ago. I! in Ari2jii have grown tired of eatin; feed
i : ration and of the presidential fibt
a at firs, are a dangerous financial : sprawled in the middle of the pen, and Eau ( Jalllie-D. J. Stewart, H. H.: ; Tli.- .\r ">"chtion.i from ar'ar. They are report*! to be orjiniziag -

oll'sot; to a boated central location all the cows made for him with intent. Olm-tead T. J. Snell. i .}- .1LO. :>. Y., Aug.; 4 -The special :; ; the Independent T_ m ullow: party iu

ri 11ull(,. HolvMosCs: if we didn't have to drag Ge oriana-alen; Boothe, Charlie )[a- 7uuifi( .: of the International Base Ball As* : order to enter the: C"\mp:1in.: : Their: b:aner
h gruder, Rufus :Stewart. : train.i was ric-ld here Thursday. Il,presen- will be the bloody: sairt By order of tie
Melbourne has plenty of chances of him out by the heels to save his life : LlGrI1Thoma. Johnson: A. J. I t.ams of all the clubs were present.: : C. '\-. : campaign committee all D':nitratapt Republicans

growing and becoming a thriving place but I'll be skined and sold fer a beef if Carter Perry H.1\'. '! Cuvjuan. I.i Buffalo, who preside 1, stated :;; captured will I- shot and plundered -

Fort Pierce-1. DeSteuben J. S. tba* ?h" rn.- ting was called to take action on of their but ad Proliil.UoniiUcaught
J. votes
and a great winter resort, and in her welfare he didn't hold on to that ar ctJwtail along ,
t : a iii.riat violation! of the constitution by i with
Dell W. W. will be slowly t rur<*
: Uyport.Eden .
the STAR has always been willing to as he could. -Thomas R Richards J. H. Lc- I Inc S/mouse and llocbester clubs in playing and then burned at ta* auko (*n.

assist, but in no easy Way will Tituville : Well, it'- about dinner time. I'llee Tournau. : Suntan gatJle..A resolution o; censure Miles ha gut wind of tai set 11', ail his
t I ': was GtlVred but lot, the vote being to 4. the inieutiou of
started for the a7t':1c"i:.1
give way to a change of the countyscatat you all later. D. L. GAULDCN, Chairman.H. I Hamilton, Toronto London and BuffaloI I bulldozn; th, new party oat of any active

anything like the present or in future. SCR i*. F. ATKINSON, Secretary,. voted fur and the others a.;air.s:. II operations..




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SWINDLERS] :EJ:01p dLtZZuocS.:
t.i.; .. .it'iu 1 TWO SAWDUST I Vty

-- !:.arU-,. Campbell Quietly Laid to Rest at -- I'rocetding of Roth Houses For the t tOne

I.lthbur.Iteunlyh'aollL i! Hundred and Seventy-First Day. '

;.: -. Fu Ttic r.';.: ':-I N ; O i PjTTbBur, Aug. 3-1'b last whh expressed COME TO GRIEF THROUGH THF WORK In the senate a number of hillsere A respectable: COLOnEl WOMAN;

PE'.v: ;.:A. by Bartley Campbell, the playwright! CF ANTHONY COMSTOCK. pas>ed. The sundry civil appropriation bill j WAXTE1>. to Cook Wash anal In'''.

.---. i has been honored ; was taken up. The house amendment abolishing Family ?inall. For particularuMrv:>... I
tbe library commission, putting the j jcciifctruction
\\ ill I'uhl..b tt... Trut'i.r.relh. e'ou.!tttett of I { and be now lies !side They Were Arrested in :New York Thursday of the new building; under the G. Loutrel Lucas. Eden, Fla.

p' !. .1..... ..nr2t 'a *'**" C'd f:'.'::i"n. by bide with his I -A Diary Show,: the Entire Opera chief of engineers and restricting the work } :. ..t.

ty '. .. It7.. LKtpl tor. Iti I rim mother, in St.Vary's of the to that portion of the building needed for ,
,. .., .. I" :.' it ; .a;: tiuut Cans Discovered in tbe ------ -
.. ... ... I cemetery. ; II I present use, was agreed to. Tho house joint 1
% hnFe t .. r The Apartments of Out of the Crooks.
I It'1' f over resoluticu continuing the temporary provlsion i| Geo. B. Bumph.A
\ .,.A--* Ps, A'I -To spends i i ,'' which there was so NEW YORK, Aug. 4.-At last two saw for the expenses of the government was .

"' (lid publication in European prints much anxiety at dust swindlers have been caught so neatly passed. Pending action on the sundry civil i

fib.(" : .1 (iditio4i of the labor supply in their delay, owing' that it is believed they can be convicted on |I bill, the senate at 5:40 p. m. adjourned. '; ITU. i.ixr. t rGENTS'

;.,'11 coal regions, is a schema : tQ misundl'.lrstand-' I half a dozen char-f's. One is the notoriousJ. In the house! the bill providing for the j gen 'I
1" i ..f FURNISHING GOODS.osl .
ights of I/ibor h'1\"ehft up >n :1 ej .- iu shipping I, E. McDevett, aged; thirty-five years, and ernl erection of pottoffices buildings was
Italy Hungary and ; 6 orders, arrived in the other John H. Townshond taken up, but the morning; hour expired '
tine from ; I 7f aged;: thirty-
::1' ji c 1 this city at 7GO:
.:tit. A biV: I
pending action.! was passed appropriating
ti'! e regions. This plan has buenJuef !; ,' fi> o'clock: four. They were captured by Anthony T .
r.d in ",.lf l/t/ yesterday $;;;,(kIO for IlI'Ullic building at Water- /' \ / '
topic of discussion at secret i\wt- 'r morning. They Comstock, a.:_btcd by Agent Oran, of the / '
town, N. Y. ; also senate bill for the erectionof : ,
of the knights ia Ibis city this w k. i HARTLEY CAMPBELL!: were taken direct Society for the Prevention of Crime, and a public building: ;: at Charlotte>, N. C. The I .I. 4)) I I': I ; \

I pderly Lai teen the chief adviser. .\- j from the train to an undertaker's office on Patrolman James Garrity, of the Tombs general deficiency bill was taken u:', and debate I (1: i I ., .:, I .,\ .t'I .

,.thirI of the labor population in !1 Grant street.: At 1:30 o'clock the pall bearers ; squad, at the corner of One Hundred and drifted into territorial and land grant I, I j : : : : 1.

on the Wyoming: and L'tckawanna William R. Mooney Frank P. Case, C. :! Twenty-fifth street and Third avenue, at que.-tions. At *> p. m. the house adj urned. : : : .: I J; '
bout i R Lock of the Press; William Ramsey, of ;T'I: \ .
of otber than English I 1 /
D es is couipoced : the Globe; J. N. Hasltt and William W. noon Thursday.Some One Hundred and !Seventy-Second Day. : "

,le] who hive come here in recant years. !' Nullwuni. of the Leader, arrival at the un- 1 time ago: Mr. Coimtock: received a lu the senate bills were reported and ; : I ..! ; L,' "j

The n:1.1\"e and Enjli.h-spejikifi;; miners i dertakcr'.s office and the funeral march to complaint that C. Rowley, care Mr. Good place*! on the calendar. The senate resumed : I .,//.1./ ;;

that unle'I' something; is done here to St. Paul's Cathedral began.At win. OcUkany, N. Y., was offering "green Consideration of the sundry civil appropriation j ;: I'/ ','

tbl iuflux of cheap lab r it is only aat'ter the Episcopal residence the mourners Roods," and he: opened correspondence bill. An amt'llhmm appropriating : .

ert of S f"weari, when the "..yorningdLarb'A.uiOa i and friends joined the cortege. On entering the swindler through: the postoflkw at McCoilautonn -"x,0)0: )( for the investigation; and surveyof i %. '
a )
regions will bu reduced totyeennlition i! the cathedral the choir sang: the requiem Fayette county, Pennsylvania, a 1'"st,1Jof. irigation in the arid region of : -tj'r) ifj
and in reply to his first letter, received the ? !]
''m ss. The casket was placed upon a modest the Uiiil States was p:1SS: J. At 5:45 p. m.
ol the L bigh: rsion.tourKt ; '' usual circular offering to sell "is, 2s, os andS
the sonata
bier in front of the altar and the many a'ijjurned.In r
The who has POOH Wilk barre ,1 beautiful fliral designs arranged. The casket *." Endued was the card of C. J. Rose the louse n motion to make the international J----Fl 5 HIRT

WIMP .. I 'Dack pun 1," suiul make the i j was covered with black cloth, with velvet care J. Goodwin, Oriskany, N. Y, At copyright bill n special order for stun::

trinw"i '..;ain. "Duckpwd"1: h th* home and silver trimmings. The plate bore the Oriskany Mr. Comstock: learned that the December 5 next was objected to by Rogers, a FINE' LININ $

{limits: of Wtlitesbarre. There are SO, mSS, Aged Forty-five Years." j I! mail to Jesse Goodwin, No. t I 7 Orchard building: at Sioux: City was passed. The
Duck ixjndi' in this vicinity; of street, this city. After a lapse of ten days committee on commerce was grantedleave -
JalDY j The services ware conducted Ly Itev. Ouo
.klCh this ii a specimen. Tba hamlet: of i Fa.tberYall., Rev Father Devlin assisting. another telegram was received in Oriskany, 1 to sit during the recess and con- G\ij Qu Ll
miner: toil** was ten years ago inhabitel I Upon the conclusion of high mass, Father ordering the mail forwarded to C. J. Ilaight, '1 time the investigation on the subject of

l EnllIib-l 1 peakh ; miners, and each house No. 70 South street. trusts. A conference was ordered on the
!i Wall delivered an address eulogizing; the deceased ntnT; i;
jingle] row of these houses, ten in all, which I men, and he soon learned that they were: bill was taken up. After consideration ] '
in his career from cradle to grave. i : i ( > : l'dpll Si H M Is
104117 i ill sufficient for the shelter of one At the conclusion of Father Wall's address McDevett and Townseiid, that the former various paragraphs the hour of meeting I

.undreJ Hungarians, and in some of theco the lid of the casket was raised and the large lived at No 1474 Park avenue, and the latter was changed from 11 a. m. to 12 o'clock.At :-oh1 at riiilaileli.hia Ui-tail: Triii. Will
find cots and home. at No. 2J9; Eist One Hundred and Twentyfifth
twenty-five men : 5 p. m. the house adjourned. tinier- amid
audience took final leave of the remains, uinktspecial pritvs* h. .
reporter paid two visit to the "Duck fetret-t, and taat they had received
which preserved a remarkably natural parties> wmtingt"t..l
| ap- Out! Hundred and beventy-Thlrd Day.
tear iu the afternoon and evening. At the tho bulk of tIer; mail ia a fish store a:' No.
i The funeral party then proceeded in {hulk.i .
I pearance. In the senate a bill was reported providing
he had ah opportunity to into 14X 1 Third named
fist visit peep avenue, kept by a man i
I to St. Mary's cemetery in Lawreuceville, the from the Ohio centennial
I that surplus
fit houses. In almost every h/jus* thare are : )lillt.'r.11'. Orain watched Miller's store Geo. B. Rumph.
and at 11::.;t) o'clock the grave was closed. : be used for the expositions
three or four rots an 1 bunks in each: room, and saw: the letters written by Mr. Comstock exposition may ,
foual that had addressed | at Augusta, Ga., and Richmond, Va. The it. Titu'illt. I'! d I
tad not an apartment win I CAST STEEL SHELLS. to Haight: left there by the postman I ,
tot at least one brd. In each of these houses delivered by Miller to McDevett and sundry civil bill was taken up; an amendment !
Tho First iu the World Successfully Madein j proposing to incorporate an appropriation 1
tH women were cheerfully making on opened and read by him. McDe\ett has
::iUTI: ( t:.
'I I public rejected. ThAd.1.t
tables which! evidently had Loon used by the I'ittsburjf.PrrxsBURO been known for some time to ba at the headof for buildings was

gen at their morning ablutions. In rooms I Aug. 4.While awaiting the u gang managed in opposition to the : tux refunding bill was offered as an '! To nil wlmlil it tht'!' "'t/.tl'ria:

wkicb; were so lumliered with bed and bunks I governmental te"t of the Hainesworth cast McGunn gan of this city and the ParmeleoJones amendment but ruled out oa a point of i' I
Several amendments \\llffC'l :at a =th' of lnltlhe'k.ngi'.
I order as g..n'ral legislation.
there was scarcely space to move a uut. steel gun, the Pittsburg Steel Casting company gang in Jersey City, and it was! understood ;
tn tin .' rat.'- of )lan"Hlli..- <. FUM-
and3:3) the
At Dijlit tbe inhabitant of these! : trine has produced at their works a cast he was: doing a big LI1,hltI. Having wero agreed to, : senate n'uLouisa> ( :111.1'Ella I.on ray.

IDII't swarmed out ou the littla groutil in steel shed, the first ever made in the United located the men, Comstock procured a warrant adjourned. iniy >> a t.n-
I In the house Mr. )McMillan of Tennessee, ivM'tiv 'ly. intntiitu.uli' in .nr | j
treat( and in the roadway like bees around a States, or in fact, in the world, which indicates from Justice Patterson and Thursday !
was elected sneaker pro tern in the absence of I! of an order of tin IInnnrl"' Jou! |i.UrooiiH' .
Life There appeared population sufficient entire SUCC. 53. Superintendent Hain.s- took them in. -
I Mr. Carlisle. A bill was passed providing i I ; judge of tint 7th .htilirhil < ir-
to people a small town, and every man in worth ears a few hundred steel shells have On being arrested: McDevett took the onto
for th'j withdrawal of certain Iowa and Minnesota chit ot Fturtita. I lturcbastttl the tolloxviii
dint had a bedroom in the single row of a been made In England, but they wore cut ceisto his flat, but his wife, a Boston girl, | -
railroad laQ(]". The general deficiencybill ;: laiuls, to-\vil :
dozen houses. iron a forged ingot and then bored, necessarily to whom ho was married two mouths ago; i iu I' .
I was laid aside and the appropriation The east Halt'of the northeast
army .I".t..rof
4 t Luzernp acrosi the river, where they making them very expensiva as not visible. Then they went to To\'nseed's -
bill taken Pending a discussion on the north-xvost ( ami the norttn
art fire collieries: this sort of sardine-like I The shells which Pittsburg works are manufacturing apartments, occupied by himself and a : up. quarter
a motion to noa-ejncur in the Hawley ordii.ance : \\ *\-t quarter nf ttn nortlwi-t olntrteroteetion
parking is tvn more striking.: Tharo are are conioal in shape, six inches woman known as Clara Jones and Clara !
imcndaient the hou3 at ;5 m. ad 17 !1. south of
about 1..0,tf: man and boys employed in these I I in diameter at the largest end and taperingto Steven Under the bed he found a large'diary ; i' p. I! '"" trtwusliip rangi

five collierie, of whom nearly l.OJO are I a point two and three-quarter inches, including !showing all the operations of the gang. 't journed. __ I 1 .:.* a-t. .\ I l.o two acre mute or. les;*,

Hungarians: and Poles. Here a Kindle house j jhich I : the opening: at which tho cap is Two letters were found, one addressed, to One Hundred and St''en--Fonrl h Day. in tinotitlivo!
in days gone Ly furnished room for placed. It has an elongation of twenty-one David Dunn, Kendall Creek, McKean Iu te! s"rtateMr. Evarts reported a joint .-llip. ami range ; and aloS ncrvs.

two families EnglUh-peakiug miners now I and one-quarter inches and weighs ninety- county Pennsylvania, and the other to W. resolution) Irurn th3 committee on foreign more or less: in th esuiiti-e'ist.Itutrtl'rl/l:
Hl1n arian, There rtlition! in regard to the seizure of certain llu llorth-\. Fot (lu=trtcr of said? H.tinn.I .
shelters thirty-two was five pounds, requiring five pounds of powder S. Bauer, Husband, Pa. i i '
vpsjels ia Yl'nt>z\f"la. in 1871. A numlier of township mal 1'\1If'; Lciug part ot the
bank the kitchen. total
seen a ia for a charge, nuking the weight: ono On searching the diary W. S. Bauer was
Such settleiaents are scattered nil throughthe hundred pounds. Fifty pounds of powderwill found to lie' known an "B 02," and \wa down j bills! were passed: including; two f.'r public 1'-tnti's: of the said ,

U'jomiaj gion. The i>(>('plr l like throw the projectile a distance of six ': as a grocer. An entry showed that, June" 3, ; LuilJinirs: at JacLson. .ich., and WjJkes- i 1 for the sum of live liuu
their couatrv.nen in the I. high region, manage and one-half miles, and it will travel at tha he wanted the: goods brought to Philadelphia barre, Pa. The sundry civil bill! was passwl.The Tak notice, that, I will apply t<. tin

to exist: on less, than ?'} a mouth. They I rate of 2,000 feet per second. and the last; letter received from him intimates : minority report on the Jackson. Mi-w., Honorahlo John U. Kronnip.: jtl'l;:,' ..4t1(1'ourt

save a:i oJ deal of money, b>cau sewages: The Pittsburs Steel Castiug company has that he had dealt in counterfoil, as he : election was presenteil, and at 5:15 p. m. the i on Monday tilt! ::nl ..1:1ut'- i

tare unly! fallen in ten yews 'J.% per cent., I received nn experimental: order for ;-jOO( shells: said: senate adjourned.In 1 Sei.tember. .\. D. is"'s. at 11 oVUM'U

-U'in the I> hish region, where cheap which will b" followed by on of ,OOO.I "I c-mnot g'-'t :goals within fifty miles of the bouse the army appropriate; bill a. m.. for an order elrllflrnlillraid safe

Italian labor is! done, the declino has: bean I my pi:ice," and under the memorandum was was considered, and the motion to non-con- and all persons are hereby nllhoniht'I

to t double. Even English: b ys there are I A GENUINE DUEL the adnx.nitioi, ''Wake up," whir the latter cur in the Hawley fortifications was a I;' tt'tt. to :siiv came, :if any they hay*'. whys

iMrea from the breakers, and, to rune ex- I A Feature Not on tho Program of the sound on the man indicated he was to be I A motion by Say: (>, of Texas: to instruct: the -: sale shotdd not hi nuiiinnctl.

tatafco! in this region. Uijou Theater liot ton. i done by reducing the rate. David Dunn wa# conferee, was debated until :r p. m., when D.itfK A'i;:u.H nth A. P.>> 1S. S.

la Italian adult if he can get easy work, NEW YoaK Aug. 6.-The Herald's> Boston down as "C 110," and lab lej a saloonkeeper: ; the house adjourned:: the point of order 1 i i Si.\v.\ii: >> I,'. IIAY.

rip Ute. the job at fifty to sixty vats a day I and there was an entry dated yesterday: being made against Suvre's motion. ..:( ;iiardian ofti l Intaitis.
that the mock sword between
Mi can live on it, and even save' special says practice "wake JOM A WILLIAMS.Solicitor .
mo.iey. I i i sUbe; -tillg up, Europe Saptauiber. One, Hundred and Seventy-riftli Dty.
This is Letter than English lads could do. the Viennese fencers at the Bijou thaI ; Dunn's l tt"r called Hoight "D3a" friend" for said iirdiati. K;
I In the senate select committee
a was
; varied real :
t\t'yarp their platvsto I aOrVa. Thursday night by a ,
gradually and wanted to S10J cash and the
pay : owe to inquire into the commercial r-la- ---------- --- --
For months Mathilde
such men as are too lazy or too ignorant duel some past Taga- balance for the state right of Pennsylvania '
has beon the favorite swordsvvoman of tions between the United States and Can- :NO 1'1C.7.T ;.
to. work in the mines. mann
He was told that another man was after the I
adTbe fisheries taken
i treaty was by
There are 7,0 nil M/N.i,( it IIIItN ""i,:"' {','II.
vote of to
twenty-four twenty-two
a party ,
been of and
Ernutzlo has jealous her rival
Wyoming and Lackawanna There :
; regions. and would be given the privilege of $rJ(10 on I
in to motion to proceed to billson
I when tha two came on the stage opposition a Take notice that .'n. tin* 3rd da\ oiSfptfiulMT.
atenotin this number 433 This is
women. account of its being a dull because of i
. more serious social and economic problemtkaa blood was in the eyes of both. After tarrying the presidential election.A year the calendar. Mr. Riddlel erjer npxmedth | A. h. 11 ot tb'-rl. c-\:

at first These a few moments Miss Brantzlo rushed ; treaty. Mr. Teller obtained the floor in the fonMHion. \\.' will admiuUtra--
appears. people come and the, treaty went over. After a brief executive with tbo will ,.d of \VHHutiiHarlati
: tors ami<'X
tare ami leave families behind them. They upon her opponent great fury. They MINNESOTA STORM.Cou..i.l..r I
On be compared in this respect to tao Cluto 1! pirrid an: 1 fought in anger for at least e.Visioa the senate at 5 p. m. aJj Forwoo. deera: a'tl.rpply l a tliIlonorablf !

Ie. There to be little less danger I fifteen minutes.: Meanwhile the audience a'le Damage Done 15y Lightning j >urn tl. :Minoi s. Jon >:.. judp oj tlw

from Chin appears cheap labor than fron the 1 arose to their feet and yelled and cheered at and high Water. I I In the house Mr. Outhwaite nrtdoan effort: < 'ounfy ( 'ourtt llr '\.ird{ "UUllt).. F......

Hungarians: and Italians Tin latter come the combatants, while several ladies fainted I :MINNEAPOLIS Minn Aug. $.Specials to I to secure consideration of the senate bill to for an order 'for -ale: of. the following

here and live and what away. 1 the Joui nal from St. Clcud and SnukRapids enable the executive department to particijette landlfiii:! start of the t-.I.t..i the
on a crust they save
fc lent ta their families and relative in (i Fin.llyIiS3 Brantzlo forced the, favorite Minn., state that a most terrific ,' m the Columbus! exposition, but failed -:llli \ViHJinn l Harlau Foruodd.touit c1......:...-d.

Europe.Ia I to the wins of the stage beat her down thunder storm occurred Wednesday night, I. The army appropriation bill was taken up :

the L high region ll,0-( >i.OOO is thus |I upon the ioor of the stage, and pulled her i i and that torrents of rain fell from 10 p. m. :'in.and the senate amendments non-concurrwd" We-t A of n e J.I e i of n xv {. and t" i

yearly drained from natural local circulation I hair in token of victory. Professor Hartl 1: until a. m. The water in the Mississippi The deficiency appropriation bill was of section 2.:!, wit-blp :::!. range JS:>,

to the homes of foreign; workers. AIInoIt i! who came forward to stop the fight, was 1: rose a foot and in the St Cloud dam eight 1 considered. Mr. Hovey, of Indiana beingI containing; 3.2(1.11-100: acreN e {. jwe.

.OO .OO.., a year is sent across the I assaulted by Miss Brautzlo and driven off I feet. I recognized, he made a reply to :Mr. Matron Mr. 122!. to\vi.-Iiip! 3:1: !s i range 33: .'. containing1.VJ

ocean from the Pennsylvania mines. I the stage. No such sword practice was ever J I Many houses were struck by lightning but { in regard to pension legislation. : ; I--KXJ acre. I.ot- and I r of io.OC. 7.

seen in Becton before. Mus, Tagamann !! fortunately there was no loss of life and no Cutch on. of Michigan, and Mr. Dockery, of ttVI1-11Ip :;.'* *. range :of: t'. rontaining bl

JOHN BULL'S PLEA. I feels humiliated over her" defeat and says ; fires. \\ hole fields of wheat are underwater ':' Nevada, followed. At 5 p. m. tbs house ad- acreLois 2 and .'{ section 11. towiibip -

The Itritiih I nothing. :i and washed out. A St. Cloud party journed. :n :s.; range 10. containing; I::: WMOO;
Ouveruuient the Ciov-
I! : going to a funeral was overturned in a Took u Leap From the Brooklyn Itrldge. acreLots 1. 2. .'! and -I, !Oc'ctlulIIO.
ernor to Ilehpite JlnxwelUJUTERSOX I :( washout and barely escaped drowning. Two NEW YORK Ang. 6.-This morning an township :III. rlIIe10; t'. coritaining

CITY, Mo.. Aug. Governor I anmllHii Villas :Nearly Surrounded. persons were struck by lightning at Sank individual, who name is at present un : :'JIG 1S-100:: acre!?. Lot -ection! 11. township -

Iforehnuse has received the following dis- I j Great Damage. Rapids, but recovered. Many houses are known evaded the police and jumped from :lil ?. range JO. containing :'IS CO-KW

patch: j OTTAWA. Ont., Aug.: 4.-Terrible fires are 1 flooded and can only be reached by boats. the>! center span of tar Brooklyn bridge into :u.'rf'i"'f..: t i of section II, to\vnblp'

"WASntNOTON, D. C., Au;. 3, lSY: 1. I raging in the country about Ottawa, St. ;( Tbe damage will ba many thousands of the nrer. He drove on the bridge in a :>2 !s. range ::;1 f'. containing; ;{:JO acrM.Soutli .

"< veroor A. t>>. Morehouse: Joseph, village at about five hundred inhabitant | dollars. wagon and when he came to the center : i ol section ]2. township W;; ,.

:.1 forward you by mail to-day the appli- j' six milej from here Is nearly surrounded The train on the Taylor's Falls branch of '! pedestran.: and teamsters saw him jumpi range :}0 c. containing; ; 1+,;-!0O acre

a.1eaof the British government for respite ;1 by flames and it believed to be the Duluth road due in St. Paul at 9 o'clock, i i from the wagon and climb on the parapet, S w j HI n w I f !section 2.;. and n e \ of

lade Max well case. doomed. Owing to the dryness of the eea- arrived one and a half hours late, being de- i with tha agility of a cat. Flingiu; otf his section :p;, towmhil' :'J2 .*. range!23 e.

"T. F. Ann, Secretary." .OIL it is impossible to check the fires. SomeI i tamed b) a land slide near Taylor's Falls derby Lat he sprang to the water. Friends I containing; ]:!.lOO acre. :Soulli i of

*** govenwr possesses:: no further infor41011 I of the most valuable timber lands on the and by a washout near Centerville and :i in a tag nicked him up nnd spirited him > w \ .section 11. town-hip; 32 s. range

: concerning the matter and as yet he 1; Ottawa river have been deva.. tej. The telegraph -I Forest Lake. Reports from the towns along away. The police got his hat. ;30 e. containing; *.
cta Pve no idea as to what course he will announced that for an area of five the line show that Wednesday night's storm i LATF.K-The man who jumped from the section :3. town>bip ;tl .*. rlIIc10 fe, containing

IIIniue. He has gone to the northern part 1: miles around Chaudiera junction, on the was one of the most severe ever experienced. bridge this morning turns out to Matthew :.- acre. Lots 1. 2. and :;. .-*.<*.

tothe state anti il not likely. to return before 1 Canadian Pacific railroad, the fire has full I At Taylor's Falls a brewery was struck by Byrnes, rears of age. of Port 4. town< bip :31 c. range 40 t containing

tur ay. control destroying houses and every other I lightning and destroyed. Richmond, S. I.: He is now at the Long:; Island l.'SS:: ( --100 acre*. Lots 1. 2 and3."ectiout'

I combustible thing in its coursa. At Centerville the Scandinavian church College hospital suffuriug; from snuck ;. townsbip *. Tl1Ie.1u( c. containing'l.VJ

Father Conwa)"** lUtatf. The valuable forests along the mountain I was struck by lightning and with three : and internal injuties, which the physicians : OS-100 acre. :South i ol n w i and

Father CnI'I' Aug. i-The will of t* aar range ia Eardly township are burning other buildings, were burned to the ground.At say may prove fatal s w I J. section 3. township ... range: 4<)
( ,,;tWav. Vicar-General of the .. Forest Lake the water raised one and ,
.Jman"Catholic toward the town of Aylmer, which is threat- t An Aged Libertine. e. ontaining 210 a -reLot 1 of section

l archdiocese J; ened with destruction. It is impossible to a half feet, and all the The boats were FAIP.MOCXT, Ill., Au;;. 4.-The village;: of 1). and lot 1. section 'd. tox\n.-bip31 r3.
of Chicago, 'J loss. sunk at their moorings. storm began 40 : U3-1UO: { Lot. 1. :.
estimate the amonnt of the prospective Sydney thirteen miles west; of here, is in a range; e. M acre
was rrl.bak..1IOll- That already!' sustained will aggregate: >, it 19 about 10 o'clock and raged with great fury state of intense excitement over the discoveryof and :3, and n c } of s e''J. section la.townhip .
the entire
day. Father Conf : believed, at least *500,00. It is feared that ; during night. a series of crimes committed by James 34 .-. range 40 t.. containing

way's estate, largely '!! settlers in the outlying districts will be reduced A later special to the Journal from St. Neeman a married man over seventy 14.:. !X>lOOare.... > w | of &c |. and e4
that houses iu all
) life insurance.asgrejrufc'd to a condition of complete det>tituion. Cloud says twenty-one old, who bad accomplished the ruin of some of w ;5. :-ection 2.;>. town-hip ; :s.rxng"
r struck Two of Mrs.ll1nkert's .
1 : {15, 000 Many far.uers have been compelled! to flea were by lightning. twelve or thirteen ladies ranging in 3'J f'. intaiiiing 12': acreLot > *il"Action
young ;
m children will die from the effects:
Half of it is divided
: / Otiiil lot* 3. 1. :; and -eelloti
of the bolt that struck her house. Two valuable ages fro-n t\ e'.va: to sixteen years. He was
among charitableinstittttios : arrestel Wednesday for one offense, ;31, township: : .-. r.lI1tf' ('. containingHi'J
Candidate horses also killed. Three ga'"ebond
and the after the Presidential were passenger "
62-100; acre-. Lot1. 4, .. and r.
for ?U>W. and imauiliate'y' abw'onded.after .
Mauito'.a: road in the
'kr remainder goes to CARLISLE, Pa., Au;. .J.-Jlll Allen G. trams on are section 3. town=hill 34 =. rttIto f'. containing
his niece. Father Thurman of Columbus. 0., an I Hon. Levi yards tit St. Cloud unable to proceed. St. his dis *t'JIjranth":: other c'e cams
1U3 t>>-100+ acreLot :: of ewr.
to light. Hu work tins been c--ing on for ;
York the Democraticand Cloud is the city which was devastated by a ; :
( pnwavwasknoxuto P. Morton, of New ,
dl' over a and some of the ir.osj promi- 14. and lot 1. section 2:= township s.
thousands of Republican candidates for the vice cyclone some two years ago. year
r: rent families of the place are griefstrickenover rmto; ) e. containing :;J .;:'.IOO acre
Hcmnu Catholics of the Units i States, are expecte>> '1
presidency I>atedlil< tUb) day of Anrut..A. I*.
\ti I'prlsin of Nejjroe* Fear -d.MEMPUI.S the disgrace of thir daughters.::
ttv: P. J. COXW T.- *n various parts of to ba present at the fifteenth interstate ex : ) ... ,
tte ni*cd States as a man of executive hibition to be l:4t 4: Williams ;grove .i T ?:lu.. Au;. 4.-The governorhas l>-.-udful 1'resriitiiueiit Kuliiili'.l. :--O.\\IU.I: M. IKIXAUI.

ability, learning and magnetism. He. was :Monday August C; for one \".:ck. Cot P. : received a telegram: from the sheriff of DALLAS T..x.u 0 -Jan:?' ,V.. Kilt, CKIKFIX: Fou\vooi

made vicar the of t':e iutertitoT'.ilnti .. Hayward county, requesting assistance who said be tRe survivi'. ui'-mber
-eneral in li>Si lIe was spoken H. Tbonns. manager ; to ""ly ? \VILLIAM S. Fonwooi.
.. 'c a sucowe.ievl iu getting ta again an apprehended attack of negroes.: the True P-l'ie: the
of of
successor of Bishop Foley when heil m, nas I co-n' ny Montgomery .At1milli-U:ltor:; runt t'tttnti. inmjintiU'Uiiani
r- ded'il and there was much surprise a year president an I hu wit to acc l t the inviiatioi. The Chickasaw Brownsville!guards are the now in of the Ala, infantry iu the ScMinula war + Harlan For\votnl, deceaswl.AKTitui .
de fhat.b.. Was not appointed bishop of the and h* believes that! Morton, Tnurmaa depart scene the I h.-r- Thursday from bydr.>pbolrti. lie : F. S. WILLIAM?.
of the trouble
:t .: ated diocese Qf Springfield. The and Harrison will aim act. Tues3: : ia-iU- trouLla. The particulars are hnii h-si I a |>r..atiment that he would tome .Attornev for Administrator*. 16THE

( 1u boas he ever preached were a series Lions uit-luie their wive* unkno v m. t') his lifafh!: iu that ways: a'iio t ld his
opPosit1onarcbLand Communiam. grandchildreu.




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LIGHT AND AIRY. J STRAY BITS. ; DAUGHTERS OF EVE. IMr. I """"""" --.-....--..................--. !
r I IMiss .--

Like Drops in an Ocean. Carrie L. Couch, of Center Lisle, shot S. M. P. Platt has written a poem 13 i t L. A.TJINGRAS, : s>lfoi

And LOW the college graduates I a woodcock with a rifle at a distan e of SSO >' honor of Mrs. Cleveland. I i iEolva I S. H. RAY

Have poken all their pieces feet.A. Lockwood began; school teaching I ffi'HT-LAW: AND NOTARY PUBLIC : '

And earned off their sheep skins rolled I Florida planter has contracted to furnish when she was 14 years old. i I ,

'"They've cone into "the cruel world" during the season.A twelve i.ersons from drowning. {i -- -- ------ I
to it stauii.The I Norwood and Co..
saily of graduates scientific paper has been started In Paris Mrs. Ellen Mitchell has been appointed a I I

i Has greatness not the world inflated +I with the novel feature of publishing; nothing member of the Chicago board of education. I .-
I not written by women.A .:'
+ Miss Daisy Hampton, the famous Confederate -
urn is it that *>o many things i I vegetarian; hotel is an innovation in general's daughter, is a great pities- I, Titusville, Floriila. TITUSVILLE, FLA. p C'
inserted '
Of size can he '
London. There are already thirty vegetarian --"----- --- ---- '
And aeither that which takes seems swelled, trian. I
restaurants in that ; & WILlTmLSAttorney
Nor that which gives, deserted city. Queen Victoria has given 050,000 to St. i I JONES ,

-COlumbus Dispatch.On A shoemaker at Atlanta, Ga., has lately Catherine's Training hospital for nurses for ;,

completed a pair of shoes that are 14 inches j London poor. j i -! -a t-I.a"'. ta"tDa Jt

the Safe Side. long; 3}2 wide and S? deep. ': been ',
m ; Lottie Gerak, of St. Louis, has Titusville. Florida.GEO.11. I I '
First Wmaha Man-Eh I What's that The electric arc lights in the United States ] awarded first honors at tho Vienna Consen'atory [ __ __ _u_ u_ ___ ___ ,

Didn't you just tell that plumber your water? now number nearly JO,000< ; and the iucan- of Music. i lc )IHH\, f! '

pipes bad frozen and you wanted him to go descents number over 1.(00,000. social 1' Gen'l Merchandise 1IJItf
to house right ? i The Duchess of Rutland a writer on tWfI
your away The annual copper production of the world for is coming to America to I II j ATTORNEVATlAWTlTr"IJ.L1
topics women,
Second Omaha Man-Yes. As I was saying ,
is :;3IhO tons, and the French syndicate is :
her of
I between Harrison and Cleveland I- I> widen sphere I the'tsr
said to control _1JOOO: tons of it. : ,
"But your water pipes, sir. Water don't An old musket lately fished out of the Ohio -- - ---- i :

v freeze in July." Sylvania, Ga., has a stalk of corn ten feet river bears the letters "D. B.," and is believed .A1.: THUASHE1I7: STORE. ;: :"

"Oh! Of course not. But my pipes always high,and which contains seven well developed I to have belonged;: to Daniel Booue. I I II I '

freeze in the first cold snap of winter, shoots, six of which have put out silks.A There are two women in the United States<< !i ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, 4 sere

and by notifying; the plumbers in July they comparison of the work of English, i -one in Brooklyn and one in Flint )1i u.- 1'. O. lios ::!'i, s.ToID.. .\. tdD'"t'

generally manage to get there in time.- French and American detectives show tho (': who follow the calling; of undertaker.Mrs. Will iiraituin and all Court the counties of the SCircuit YeJltb 3 \ !'

) Omaha World. latter to Iw 12 i*>r cent. ahead all around.A ; snj.n-nie -' -
is pictured at --- aaJfrih
n.ah..halJo Emerson -- --------- t
I ,
The Fitness of Things.A Glasgow: firm has just finished a brass: i the Aleott. memorial services as a bowed, T? II. Bl' :CIIFIELD, l'flll'e' v t' kovp

wire for the Glasgow; exhibition sixtyfivemiles and saintly looking woman. I .
sailor for sea t : white haired I !ItI1l
And a spinster for tea. long; and a copper wire 111 miles lung: I of the nominee for I l o
Mi i"s Fuller, a daughter; l
A lawyer for talk and a soldier for fighting; The National Telephone company, of Scot- the chief justiceship, has just boon graduated I COUNTY SURVEYOR. I A First-Class Stock ; coo
A baby for noise land, has several submarine cables of
: seven, from Wells! -Mrs. Cleveland's college. I
Orders mail will receive .b
by prompt
a circus for boys ;
eight and nin miles in which
Atd a typewriter man to do autograph writing. : >erfeet satisfaction.The i i A bill "to prevent the gathering; of wild attention a.. calls in person.Address I *.111i

; A banker for chink i flowers'' has, fur some unknown reason' been Gconriana Fla. i cb:
I And a printer for ink, Atlanta Constitution notes that "the introduced into parliament by Mr. Shaw : ; I -111'GROCERIES-

A leopard: for pots and a wafer for sticking; lumber used in John Brown's gallows is still I Lefevro. TT- \TKIXl-X., i i :: ..

And a crack baseball llinger, preM-rved at Harper's Ferry, and tho owner I
Mrs. who died a few days 00; at .
An opera wager, I Rignold;
wants $1.:: LO for it. I ietatr
A sli jt.;ua. a mule aud a choir for.kicklcg. Birmingham, was tho first actress to undertake I
Burdctt>. In China there are over 400 species of I the hart of lIam c-t. She tried it fifty I I

plants used for food, and in the world probably the
District if
years ago. the 'l'l"OUll.JII.til'c < !
.\ t-elf'c1 Improvement.Sir. ten times that number. Sawdust
in i Mi s P.clll"l'Criht: who gave Sheriilani '.:lrd! county ; Court day, thinlIouby': artit
Wnb:1sb"i5itin friends in Sweden is ud
( ;; Pittsburg; ) in bread and found diges-;:
1 I the secret information by which le011 ot each mouth. ,
-You are looking much better than when Jaw tible i I
battle of Winchester: is now Mrs. Bensal. n t
you two or three years ago, Miss Monon- A farmer near Buffalo, Pa. while plowinga I
gahela. : j treasury paitmeiit clerk in Washington.Mrs. T II.Justice. : ,
few days ago, lIne upon a pot containing .
Miss: .. Qcon llel:1-0h, do :you think so, I Frank Ix-siie is enthusiastic in her admiration -
: in ti.D
nearly Xo,0oo gold coin. It is supposed to
: Walwsb; ? have been hidden IIa miser who lived near .t M. Ferdinand do Lt-sseps who I. of the Peace for the Thirteenth -!; :

)Ir. aLlshYes, there is no doubt of it. the called on her m Pans the other diy. LC' District. ; 1 a
I think the substitution of natural gas for spot many years ago. I' prttlicts that he rill live to see the Panama CFiTNLV.! FLOKIDV. EilTHE I I'i1

soft coal makes such a diifereiK-e ha3ti1d"in \')- On opening; an ice laden car at Cincinnatia 1 "aiial tiJiisL iLM (ourt ilij the tli! .! :s.iturtla ot to> h month.ITaTpron I

the general apK-arance of the city, tramp emerged;, and 1 hurriedly made off. : >ni>. Gabrielle Dumor.tet is today herbals + NOTIONS
x As the car Ends: U-en loked three days before, IDqJ
l-now.-Dra! ,
you Magazine | the most tli;Izinguishtsl;: joung woman in
L it !-> MI pi* *(*! that he endured the wintry
Fritu't' At the recent examuiutioiis in modi -
temperature all that time. Co" h. Bronchitis A!thrna- indigestion UsePARKER'S +
.\ the of th'
Smael under
risUtnj auspices
ue rind surgery; GINGER TONIC without delay. U tjltl
i la the seat at the the boat Mr. DfiiiMof Dayton, 0., who died the \.nateii r Union of France she 1 gained the Loa cure many of t lie v.orst CU.M.-S and u the bet remedy I
other day, is said to have been worried fur all allcctious! of the throat and lungs, and diseasesan'in : 3hiiis" La4Iit.: !i ,, A\: Cliileiit'.N IQJ
As i and
happy as mortals could] wish to first prize, and was awarded the medal from impure blood and exhau&tion. The feeble ,
k They sat with their lines banging over the rile- 1 death by the ao-idfiital discovery that 15! of honor. B'siiU-s i l being unusually and sick, Btrutofiintragainst disease, and slowly drifting I
j diploma to the a ill ia caws recover their health bj tt
grave many
George and Laura-r,rttndiug to fyh.P wife, a few months liet'ore, Lad been buried: and scientific ,but
I, i proficient in her profes>toial: 1 the tlfk":of I'arker Ginger Tonic delay isd.tnpirom. ,

la the silence a strsrge noise nas heard."What's while in a state of tnuuv, and when too late {, ,studies'dic i, an acei):npli hed linguist; mui disorders. of it btuaiatli in tune.and It i bow*inraluai.le cU. for iruin all painsand bt.i.
that*" And the tkinierok l back. | revived. i siciau anal Jointer, and a brilliant woman in .

P And the maid whispered "Hush:" when George i i A fish dealer says it is easy enough; to tell j society. EXHAUSTED VITALITY : i
said with a binsh.
| whether a fish is fresh or not. If his eyes are
"It was only a small fis-tiag smack.' LITERARY LIGHTS. T
; bright; and clear and pellucid, he is fresh LIsa I iKM! EOF

-Cbica o Tribute i fish llt't'llllt. ; but if dark cloudy and sickly the :great ;

\\m I looking, he is an antiquity, and by-l; means I Mrs. Oliphant is hard at another noveL Lurk of the

A Wife's Little Jok>. I ISherm to be desire I Jules Claret is: the most prolific of French m"rllE; ,Ianlu>f..1, t'rt"- I.

so glad you can stay to n a. Such
i The California state board of silk cultureis I writers. I'h. icai D '-
a joke as I'm going to have huahan
my doing much to house the business. It hassent I Bret Harte marks that he likes being; a Premature DC- ,
He's always growling about cooking and
my II I
lGttx : social lion in London. ,
mulberry trees and cutting to
today his mother happened to dl."l'in and I : ri'r-
got her to mike some biscuit. W ou't he feel ': silk' cultivators, and \\ ill this year put out I Dean Bradley, of Westminister ALLey, is ie '

cheap when IM begins to critic'ist' and then ;JUjJ, < more; and worms and eggs are given I writing a )life of his predecessor Dean Stan script ; for all tli-ta-e Cloth, full <;iltotif.! .'HI, I
to owners of mulberry trees. ;' ley. l I.y mail, H'alfiU Ilin-tratur ample free to 8110.11* : i. I
tUiilsont his mother # HALF AX HOUR LATElt.He III Saa Francisco suit has been hrouhtagainst ; : James Payn thinks ho is a better trout fisherman 'Ivwellw Medal Awarded to the lIthorl.\the N,'(< n- I

-My dear, )'ou'ro ijeconiing un angel of : the estate of one Loeweiithal, who I than William Black, mid both are al Medical As"oci.uion. Address I'.n. H ox ls;>-,. )I': ,.. CLOTHING
; ton, Mass.:: :: or Dr. \V. H. I'AKKEl!, utmi;' ,.:e d '
a co-jk. These biscuits are us flue as my I committed suicide last! winter on the day set i novelists. Harvard Medical: College! 25 yearprao' t;:tc in, 1 .'-

a taothtr taake*.Oiuaha Wor1d.Cuph's I Ii fur his wedding, by the father of his fiancee, Octavo: Thanet, the writer of southern ton, who may he constilttil confidential y. < ',j" ,

II i for the iOilU< claimed to have teen spent in sketches l i-. Miss Alice French, of Davenport ;';o. 4 I'.ulfinch St. Specialty, Diseases:: of Man.
for Cut this out. You may never see it u'uin
preparation marriage. j In.Lord .
i Geography. I II Ii ,

I i, CT hen we are far apart, niy love", A Providence, II. I., foundry is enraged; in : Tennyson intends to pass the next : Fiirnisliiii i (:lOdilsA
The world is try wide: casting the largest mining pump in the world winter on the Riviera. He will put the t. ';

Eat it assumes a different shape: I for the Calumet and IIt'<"la, of Michigan. A' finishing touches to an extensive ll oem while

ashen we are side by bide. +; single; sect ion has 11t computed and weighs; tlillV. -ri

T then tis so diminutiveTo twenty tons. The unwatt-ring; of the mine-i E. 1'. ft00 invites parties: to his place atCornwallonthe I:4 1

our ecstatic view, will be dune sootier than was exjiected. I I -Iludson, seats them at a

We half imagine it was ma da A new fire escaiio in England is a sort of a I well equipped dinner table, and then pro-

f Just large enough for two. -Life.A ', chair that slides down ropes, and the host. of I 'oedsto read chapters from his forthcoming;:
a house jiossessing it often entertains his ; .uy LIt CROCKERY, ,

Diro Threat.<< I I gii'-sts by permitting; them to take a ride. At rumored in Russia that proceeihngs in '

"I j I "'.st." akl the collector for a little German j:I the Italian exhibition in London it is t"xl'ect- lunacy are about to lie begun against Tol-

: band to a citizen who sat in his front i ed to prove a great rival to the switchback If Tolstoi is he has
t j st wine!ow. "you no gif noddings fur dot | railway. HARDWARE
world wide
i} certainly made it pay. He has a

!t 1 tnoAler"Not I The municipal authorities think the crossi [ fame and a good income from his boaks. ,
a cent! replied tho citizen, with ; ';
unsafe in
lags are so Paris that
W i an English Robert Louis Stevenson, with his wife, his ;
I hopeless emphl5is.:i 1
| they have emplojcd' di.. r.t, 'i :
"I 1 I pal't'rays surgeons; iguised and Lloyd Osborne, has sailed from y
Den ve blav some more, dat's all I" threatened '! the I j mother : I AND
as pulicenleufor of
purpose helping the
I Francisco in Dr.Ierritt's ,
the collector, so the citizen hastily I Sail
It"j'I gave ) the timilIlt'ol'le across the i enlous part The
in those waters.
op a quarter.-The EIsoch.Gt I i largest yacht
Iof the streets and boulevard and to Isc at will last seven mouths and will include visits
1\ hand in of arcicents. .
Otaheite and Hon.-
It tothe Marquesas ,
\ The City 'I.m'littl11pt nt Farming.A Ventura county, Cal., boasts that it con i j olulu. Mr. Stevenson will continue his literary Ship Chandlery Goods.
farmer I'll be, cried he I
I) tains brown stone enough; to rebuild the work luring the cruise and will seek
As ho
trudged behind the plow.I'll I
r show these farmers how- :great: wall of China, oil enough to float theI new sources of inspiration in the lands and

: The plow struck n stump, I vessels needed for its transportation and seas he visits.

: Oh: chat a horrible thump lime enough to make the mortar to build the i i Wilkie Collins is described as one of the

t _\ And back to the city went he. ; walL It says nothing; about having ga most courteous of correspondents. He is al-
: _
Detroit Free press. enough to blow up the chide cuucl'ru.a .
j ways prompt with his reply, and his letters

The Wrong--3Ietlicinc. 1 i Six hundred newMioys were wa"bt>cl. erub- j are as graciously written as his books. No THE LADIES' FAVORITE.1IEVER These will be .tie main feature"i toy

11.1 l, seounil, rinseiI or, rolled up in flannel I curt laconics and brusque brevities with him; OUT Or ORDER.Tf .
Young Doctor (to patient)-That prescription and laid out in tho sun to dry the other ,i there is good nature in every line and somehow you desire to purchase n sewing j mach!:". biL-ine-s but orders gent me f"ra >-
I left! last night: sir, was a mistake. It 'c our agent at your place for terms aicIceg.
morning at a bathhouse on West Madison when to the end of his chatty
we get
was intended for another patient. Did pr II you cannot find our agent, writ0frrt in Titu- i
it filled? you1.a'"e street, Chicago; It required 14.<)*JU gallons of i, epistles we feel there is less of the usual to nearest address to you below nary) thin; kept in any store

t hot \ater as much more of cold 1'JuO l bottles : "Believe
his ,
formalism in me faithfully filled.
P3tientY, doctor. t i fiErI HOME SEWING MACHINE G.ORAJIGEMf+ ilIe will be i)r .mptly
of ohampoi' awl 1.2oO towels to do the yours." His letters, which are headed
Rt Doctor-Well, how are feeling thi i
work. j "Gloucester place, Portman square, have a 23 UNlOHSQUAFLNiCALLAS.

1 ;1 monuag.Tfctitkt: Wry much 1xtter.ew York Americans have the good habit of going to : monogram;, with a quill piercing the letters, seILLou14 "' ::1.A LANA GA'AJr.vIO-: U. -

1 ijt Sira. college. It is said, as to the learned nations: j which is quite a trademark in its way. +I

; that in this country one man in every 200 i
\OTICI:. ,
'1' J 1-irJy Economizing. takes a college; education; in Germany one in ': FROM THE PAGES OF HISTORY. 1I I

Hif face bad a Iok as if famine bad traced every 2W; in England one in every AAI), and : 'fit nil ti'Jiuin if iumi <'.nn'i'n : Will buy Fmits.Eggs Chickens,

,.' Cps it the lines of privation in Scotland one in every t'W.: The grade of Insurance was in general use in Italy, Six \vct-ks fro 111'tlte first publication of ,

\ I And one would suppo be devoutly embraced general: intelligence; is higher in thc United ; 11&4! and England: lijj(). i! this notice, the undersigned j will apply ;,

# "Tbe r..;ors of LeutV. J"t'; ution. States than in any other country on the globe. '! Clans are said to have arisen in Scotland : to the Honorable Henry riiest. exotiidoeountvjudge. j en---'wen
Bat JK-the fart i* bt.s already in baste Or Produce my
.tI Malcom II about 1s S. : liaring probate juiis-j any Country
t 8a .:.- up for the furjmer vacation. A statement has been prepared at Chicago in the reign of King ,

'..i -&ton Eudget.' showing that 14.525,2 words of press sjecwKand : Leases were invented by a Sergear ;, diction in and for Dade county. Fla.. ': or friendway brii-;:
for letters of administration of the
estate -
other ini-sxiges; were handled at the Chicago Moore, ia the twenty-seventh year of the ,

f :: Tin- Hip Tour. << ; otliw of the Western Union Telegraph reign; of Henry VIII, 1505.Bolivia I of my brother. August liar, de-l to market-
ceaed. late ofaid; of Dade. .
j during the :reek from Jun IU iii(i county
to :
Mil Walda (-if D-'!'ton)-Yes, new that v.-e company declared its independence in 1S24, : IIUXIMCK: llAII-. I:
inclusive, while the Republican national i
have seerred Mr. Clarkson, Boston can justly con-t; and the same was secured by the victory of Wa\". lallf1. Dado County Florida. .

I point> with pride to her Big Four." vcntion W:6in session. Tin> is an atxago, of i Ayacucbo, Dec. U of the same year. .Jl1h' 1l'1. b'*.. llJJt. i
2. 1V I+
Mr. aLa h ,:roa the<< west)-What are
t 11 Iutrenched camps in open plains were em-
It( the of the > .tll' t'1ho
nrnt : "
; the "Big F)ur." Miss g \Valdo. comprise This is put down us the late-t swinde in : plo\e by the Romans and the GaulVes and- WANTED I I I a>k for a *hare of the public ,I'tut'nage
of such exist to this day in England; II
d connection with a sharper "Tbe farmer objects tiges;: I I
V Jliss Waldo Mr. Ciari:"un. Mr. Kelly, : I: IllIt a
his and Scotland. lU-liuM' and .l...the1: ,>ii to. travel fur : and come as a &uVplic\nt.
t I 1 Lo'sa ..nJ iitnes-Drae MaJv ; '.? lk'. to giving;; nute having, it discounted i an ,
t'.1it said to have been foundedat Esr.atJh"Lt'.l Hut."e the &uuiu mouth
fur case. The sharper Says: "Oh, The university
Ihose who an lur'II"I. a burst and fv-r-
1 >l-u Tool: of New lb'cn.ho for thir w e'il keep the uute," and writes across the : Bologna; by Theodoaius about 4SJ; but the ITeftrned M"iif\'tl m! give to security fay expense l i dictator, acting! for your

il teens has btvu mourned as one of the face Nut transieruble.** In a short time it real date of the establishment of the University : A great ,liam" fur the right .-u >"l 1t I II
lUll; state a,", bd"ll.,-.- s4erience: and to rate tune i If eourteouustreutweatst
t'l I nr'Jt1U.n1m s.f the A&htabula railroad is fouud in the bands of another partwitb of Buulog; j was .
I better eud names: and address'! ( rt-ferecce Xo
I horror, walked in upon his friends the an "e1 added to the "Nut," which makes. it Collegiate decrees are coeval with universities. attectjo-i raid to pi-staJ card Xf>\,'r mind aboutsending I I good and low Csnreithe i.I i.

-.11 i other Jay alive, hearty and perous-out read "Note transferable." i Masters and doctors existed A. D. Ramp bur Addrtes' Itl 'l\;......" t I

l1' in Colkoruia.A *2o. Those in law are traced up to 114y, in L'ox H, HicLniOi.d. Vi.TO tIUO. candidate fur
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world's wonder is a sinking mountain medicine to l:i, m music to 14C3. I
+ roU.n.-ine the 1>0ete'J"',. .'..;vico."Take 4)t'It RIAI) IIIS. ,
+ cear 1 a.uioh, Ga. It sinks all the time, but Boots are said to have been the inventionof ;I pubie01
rest; the trouble is,:< ,' '_' t .x\i.:"
4 sosk ly as hardly to bo perceptible, but The one tuldressed t.-as -.::. the Carians. They were mentioned by Malaria or Ague Surely Cured-! then rutekttytl.

upon ti-e occuiTtnco of earthquakes any- He straightway; wade ;.; .... ; Homer, taJ; b'. C., and frequently by Roman In this bro-id .n=ertn>n. we speak not faUely, but
J world down from I 1 state positi\ej! that these: and all iuia. tnauc II
to of
goes cue Vvbo did cot : historians. An instrument torture, .
ran b radically iJriven from the
six feet in a very brief space. --::;" -- ':'" t. i' termed "tho boot," W&SlSel1 in Scotland i and poisons a permanent cure guarhi.tM thousands system cf
There! is: a family living; in Oglethorpo I upon the Covenanters about 1GGG. .,Jkrontc ca"e '. whose tntnanxia't bear fntrf''. have i!
I Not Vtr> (Cmttt g :.: been cured by our infallible rernnir which
count tla., of fourteen members-father, Aquatinta, a kind of engraving: ;: by which con. Your.asnxiotn ti flea-r.
: tain neither quinine nrsenic.or anything: injurious. i
Old Ix1 ,
Lady (: )g r".r' -.: :\ .. .ra-
and twelve children tho oldest child
i a soft and beautiful effect is produced, was Full trtatmfIoti"tt' by c.101'hpician of highest
being; 4.:;. and tho youngest 20 years of age.I mend this soap, U yi invented by the celebrated French artist, St.Non : standing, also trial remedy sent on rectll of ad.
ioy jLvsiU.t.i.,1.; & ; >-V. t.: \ ; toAS.UIfL
t-J dress'
There has been death in the hundred later
never a family, about 1CC2( One years
,I tOt.o f".r I 'I' 'l"u' : .i .. 'J .. _..i MEDICAL 'IE\r,2M: DI. >AI>TVM. \.Y. Ra .
and all are now living within: six mules u: i Baraube, of Paris, was distinguished for his S. II,.
tL' Lo.o u .o .: ..;-' ... .' -' :1._ .... ;;IUu.
each other. improvements ia this Thud of engraving.

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HARELIP.frf'ortnf"tl L. C.

capon a Child of Tour Months. Notice !.. Iu'rl'hi"t'n: that undt and

r A { nrglcal feuccew. & E"tJ"'DGE h\ virtue of a (hint duvet ..f -ale and fi.trclo -

There is at present under treatment at ntrtbte! John
Ito.serelt hospital a child not quite 4 I). Hn )ml" Judge of the Circuit Court for

months the of n#\ who has been the subject Dealer in the Seventh Judicial Circuit of the State"i I

difficult and delicate surgical Florida on the il th ..1:1Hr' Mar, .\. I).
Deration' spite of which he still lives 1SSS in a certain eau-e in I hanivry ....--
gems to enjoy IifTll child'sparents GEORGIA PINE LUMBER pending) in the iivuil ('..lilt fur Uiwani +'
and {'tIUlUtItll for
had (lien married ten years be- a1t' '-iid.where-!
in l wiiht )1.Ol'wml i i-
birth and his mother had givenIirtli
fore and William Cleveland i* defendant. I a>
other children who in
three were SHINGLES AND
to LATHS.Genera.l
A circumstance Master Chant't.fill -ll. for ('a>h, in
tleforml strange -
no AVaV the lujrlu: t bidder.on 11ontlav-tttgu..t t5tit
which the harelip have
to may 1NXS. thetame U-in:: the Mi>t Momlar its
been due is that three months:: before thechild's I-I ardw-are the month in front t f TU-! .'..urt Hodo -:,;,

birth its mother discovered for ..r. in Titu-\'iH.: 'Urt-vani: i'ount .
the first time that its father had tern Florida, between the kcal hour of >nUall
born with both harelip and cleft palate, I the following di eriUtl real t-tate. to-irlt

and that he had barn successfully operated Sash Doors and Blinds ; Stoves Tl lllal'e and Crockery.Refrigerators All that certain tot ">r trait of land Ri:..

on Chilean infant for the former, the buildings thereinhunted, tying ai .

the scars of which operation were totally l einir on Merritt'Iland.. in the county. :

hid ly his heavy mustache, while for the PAJ( TS AN'"D OILS )ISrevard: and State of F!.-ridr. de-eri.. .-
latter be wore a false' palate with several follows! to-wit :

teeth in hw mouth. So perfect had l>een The north ball'of the M.uth-4>a<*t 41":11 .

the work of the surgeon and dentist in Water Coolers Ice Cream Freezers ;IS..' J P of section tin tlt.l.> intown-n! {.

his case, that it would inner have been twenty-four\ t, :-uth! oi ranye th rh'. ."i \
by one had lie not, on the I hit* east. slew! ) the enst hall ol the wonI.ea I.
known any Screen Wire Screen Windows t.
Screen-Wire Doors. .
occasion) of his wife's di rtv.-rv, bad n. > '
severe toothache, which had made the -ei'tion ten ( tu i. towrl-hilt twenty-four 'JI I
south of range: lhirty--ix n3.t( > ea't, t >i-
of the faIN teeth .
removal necessary.Verv POWDER AT NEW YORK PRICES. taming) one hundred ;ureWitn -.
unwisely he then told her that he
>.' till hand :lI1tl..t..d thi- "l-tl.\ ...
and two of his brothers had hero born of May, .\. 1).1! ,",S11'.II.TER.".
with harelip and cleft palate. IMng a T J= T TJ S V ILL :K K: IX) K 1 F> .A. I S. teR.tlt.lli.

nervous woman and in a peculiar stateof r :
M.i-t.-r in (itiny..ioxl ; : .
mind she took a notion that her child '
; ;- \ 11.1.1 \'1:00.
would have the same deformity as its Nevv 1.ntber Y-ard. 1'.u"I'iaii4utt': "". : : .:tl
father. The idea haunted her, and in .

some way it seems to have affected the --( J .:i.t 'H. ....l!., ;:.r'Mh-CI r. .:a

1 f I she had infant's saw the The first child glance When was that it unable was the baby born to All kinds of Pine Lumber, Dressed and Undressed, Cypress and Pine' E SOa.GrElUI j:

take food in. tho way it should have. It 'I V.APORATORS,

could not nurse. Food had to be given Shingles Laths etc. etc. I NsIIaI ,

liy the spoonful, and the result was that I k ,
the infant suffered for proper and sufficient I ',.
nourishment. At last it was evi- Special attention ;.!i\.n to all orderIJivrr: St lit.itt-d. Yard i 5Watt1*! on the South Side t oj]t'i I ...g 'fif: --.I&1

dent that heroic measures must l>o resorted Hail way, \\Y..:t of tho ( ;JramlJVu'W llolrl. Tituvillo. 1 I' ...........r,... y..h'.'...,)f j"j..w' :;:- :' ;' .; It "' .'\

o to or the child would die. 'I ... ,H.II'i:'. 4..t :... .. ..y ,.'.,' ". 1J
At first the mother would not consent I oaf,"" : '
T. Ja.A.: TCBETT 1
.. CO. : -1. :"', '" -- : .t "
P -WL >'- '
to an operation, but she did at last, and :.::. r&li tT'- .*.. **:r,--*! .. .. .
24 Dr. it -- 'I .. ._.w:1i".l' i ". "
May McBurney performed j '
on ..
I .. ..: :" < -?:; _; .. ...
in tho operating room of the hospital. .. .
Ether was given the little patient in such TITUSVILLE :hda.llory S. S. Line (f.. __.. <..:.:..:....::.: :J. ..; -:-/,,.:.,'. y.I.

quantities as was safe for one so young, "'t_': _

and, that no evil consequences might re- NEW YORK AND FLORIDA. 'I' and iiyrup Iffakers Supplies.For .
sult from its struggles if pain should be STORE.
FJ50M NEW YOKK Catao! felt in spite of the anaesthetic, the patientwas CITY, "'Hl FKKXAXDIXA,
put into a tight fitting; rubber bag, iii.uji.:: 1.1: I.YHV: : IUIDVY I KXTIU': Sl1JE1'1I.1F.: EVEUY: : THUUDAY.xiw : CHAPMAN Si CO.ion IwtTIIE

which was closed around its neck. The YOKK, OSTOvs I'1111.t1)IL1'11i.t. I -

surgeon then, selecting a sharp curved I The: Iron t'amhipsT.TE: : OF 'l1'X.CITY: : OP :-'.\ANTONIO.( KIO
bistoury, or knife with a pointed blade, A. rosotier i ( JIIANDE, c-nnipo-e the Florida :Service. II
commenced the ojieration. Tho mal- AUTOMATIC
l I 1 formation to Iw corrected as tho first I'assaso" ; << Kates, oluecn FItlritlaand Xt'"ul'l" ala3s

i step was to close the broad fissure which, PROPRIETOR. Hie Loxvcsl.
; like the letter A, divided the upper lip. lizF: : llnteof: : Freight Jihvny Low n> Competing| Line. SELF 'SKBOI ING I
EarTorniug) Train Every Thiir-ilay from points .T. T. fc K. \V.
] The next step; was to dissect the flesh, i! on Railway
muscle and all, from the lione licneath connects with steamer same day at Fernandina.SCHEDULE.. I -AXDPerpetual -

on both sides of the mouth for some Parlor Suites .

little distance. A slight incision was I,I NoiTii-I5ofNi: :ml.hips pail front Fernantlina every Tliur-ony! p. m., after I

thin made from the left corner arrival of trains from South: Florida, and l'0! -irJJO'p.m.: ( trains: from Jacksonville Evaporator
clf> the mouth in the direction Bed Room Suites \ as followS : ?

of the ear, as the mouth was CITY OF :SAN ANTONIO, Captain \ .......................:' :- )., Aug. Lnd j ji'.tTI

a little short on that side. An incisionwas ; OF TEXAS: t'al'tain: \\ ..............................: ,.tlay, 'th' : And the Improved Victory

now made from tin left nostril Beds Mattresses, C1.1.OF :SAN ANTONIO, :1ptain \\" ........................: )., llith I Cane Mill our

directly into the nap on the right :'1'1'1OF: TEXA= Captain 11'illiains............. ..................'1'hur4lty, :!::nl
ride in the direction of the right cornerof CITY ( )FX. ANTONIO, C\ptain 11'iller.......................:1'htlydi%., ::1l1th Specialties.Also .
the mouth. This was planned 50 thatit Springs ..rri-.i: .SttaiuMiii t. sail feint :'-.tW Yort Piero..1:: L'. 1;., foot ut Fulton *.tic-et"every Friday. Portable Soda Fountain
lift at ;; i>.iti.. as follow:
a triangular vacancy, the of I .
apex Iui Ith, lth.: :oth. .:';th H Prices low and Goods ...d
which > : : August 3rd th. ITtli :Its SUt; -i.t-mtHT th. 14Ui 2..t. >tli. guarar'e
triangle was miduay lietwt-en the I li1IJin't t all Freight *la )('hil' tram tier No :l i:. II, Xcw York. ...
And everything in the I'THNTITlii I 1: !t. P.T;; ,:>,e j "i<< (
center of be nose and mouth. The flap -' l.iIpt't'lalt'lts art. locatt-tl at imucipal points through M.>rida, where tickets can It'!'tt'IUttl an i __"u____ _____ f.i. __.
on tho other side was now cut to fit this line. Call anti see the New tuck I Ij Iju imomiatnni obtallwd.l.'iitah'rul'lUI'
aiiil I ItrtLs secured in advance fr vacancy and drawn into it with silk j ,t reccivi1 i rTrains r.. from F 1:. ... X. li'y. run directly to shii"'s side at FernaudiLa ARTESIAN WELLS.
. sutures and carefully stitched. Stitcheswere 4Keets ,. .Any further intorniation can \>v ul.t .1. M 1. TTI.F.n.: I-asspnt-er Agent tiller liar anti Ilot'au streets. .Juk"ou\-iUc. Fla.
then into the
passed mucuous liningof ;: full upply of metallic and wooden j K SirTJI\\K'K.: Agent Fernandii.a. Ma.
the flaps in such a way as to evert it j II 11. KAYMOVJJ, general TrA\'>lin AjeutC. .

and bring sufficient to the outside along Coffins, Cases and Caskets. H. MALLORY & COt General Arats. Pier 2 23 E. R. NEW YORK CITY.
the lower border to form the vermilion : : N. C. BRYAN & CO.Are .
border of the lip. Tlie fissure in tho Funerals attended if de-Sred. All or- \

cheek was then sutured together; carefully tiers promptly executed), and at rC'\o:: nt- prepared) to contract tor Uiy sir I
and the external 1 operation wasunified. rates. Embalming done. :_': j
iI I ..Arte5ianr'JI.-* and Wateruh'1)lv: and
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It now remained fcr the surgeon to solicit correspondence i for Cheap Terms"
bring the l ony roof of the mouth together -

in the middle, by which means it PORTER & POTTER at

was holed that the fissured juilate could roIrIiirtS ILLS, FLA.
be closed and the patient saved the inconvenience r

his artificial father's.Vith set of of teeth being!and a obliged sharp mouth to knife roof use like the an Real Estate Dealers, l I i THIS SPACE IS RESERVED NOTIC& TO THE PUBLIC.

surgeon incised the soft mucuous mem- I
Lake Worth Dade Co. I"la.
brane on Loth sides of the fissure, and, It t Ii FOI: If you have any
taking care not to wound the blood vessels i
Lake Vorth. Florida i* tike! most tropical par: t of I
raised theiKTiosteal membrane from the Mate. It lies parallel with the ocean beach is { OLD FURNITURE
the bony wall of the cavity beneath, and -". miles long of au average width of one mile, is J. ,
uniting this flap from each side in the connected with the ocean by an mitt and is 110- BIRNBA U1\L[ :Such a-
of mile from the
where over three-quarters a ocean. ,
middle of the fissure, thus formed a The flushing and hunting cannot be excelled pompano .
Iwiosteal tent over the mouth, for the blue lisb. M>a trout barraruta. sheepbead and CHAIRS,

protection of which against the tongue's other fine fish leer being and easily wild taught are by trolling or in SOFAS
with a ntl turkey plentiful THE ONE PRICE CLOTHIER.Clyde's
action he put a thin silver plate, made the pine woods beyond the chain of fresh water ,
for the occasion, in the mouth under lakes which lie west of Lake Worth. Ik-autiful cocoanut ORGANS
groves are in bearing all along the chores of ,
said tentt the interior end of the
the lake and guavas mangoes apadillu8.. alligator
fissure he united the two parts of the pears sugar apples. Spanish limes, Jamaica apple, i PIANOS
soft tamarinds, coffee gooeberry trees maumee apples,
palate thus forming a good palateand
maumee eapotas, almonds, dates figs, oranges: BUREAUS
completely closing the cleft. lime, lemons, citron and all kinds of tropical truit-
The periosteal membrane above re- and flowers are doing finely here. This is the most BEDSTEADS
of Florida. being 100 miles east of the '
ferred eastern part
to has the
property forming longitude of Jacksonville. This brings: the Gulf
new bone which is its inner than I Or any other Furniture that you wish
deposited on Stream nearer to the land here at any other
side. It forms the outer or hard part ot the coast and thus insures the most!; even RE-VARNISHED AND POLISHED
hyer temperature cf any place in the United States. .\ ,
of all bones and its finely ramifyIng -
large acreage is put in garden truck every winter
blood vessels supply the outer layer from 15.000 to20.000: bushels of early tomatoes be Call on the undersigned: ), at the: head

of all bones with nourishment. It is exPeeted fug grown, every year which bring from and$1.50 to. New York Charleston & Florida S. S. Line. of Main Street, Titu-ville, where youcan
$t.Ot) per busheL Good hotels stores postotSces
have all of the above articles
that a bony roof will grow over are convenient. Its of all sizes and price or any
the tent of periosteum that was made to secure d by the above firm. who have almost all of made to look a well aNew : or will
dose the fissure. When this bony roof the best land to sell, Parties buying now will in a The Elegant t'amerIf; this Line are appointed to sale call at idences when work can not lx
than double the purchase:
short time more money
fc formed the silver guard will betaken Lots range from 5 to 10 acres, all fronting on Lake FROM: .A.CESON"VILLE.EIIXOLE. I moved. Al-I) all kind- ot Ornamental:
from the child's mouth where it must Worth. Prices from $r..4) to $3t'O an acre. Anyone Sign Painting a >1 11ecialty.W. .
(New). Au Oth OrftOa
remain wishing,; further information enclose stamp to the m
The little until then. above firm. CHEROKEE, (New). Thursday, .\ug. lGth,12:3I pmSEMINOLE. R.. :KNOX.

from the patient is rapidly recovering (New). Thursday, .\ug.23rd, t);0 am Titii\illc. Flu.
effects of the operation. The XOTICE. CHEROKEE (New). Thurbyug: 30th, 11:30 a mEvery );,.u.
Wound\ are all healed with the exception .. -
GAIXESVILI.E. I -- ------- -
boor the hard palate and a firm, July 30th. 1SSS. JNotice SOTICI:.
arch is the roof of the
forming over :Suinlav
mouth. The is hereby ,giwII that the fol LASI: OFFICE at Gai"f.;\'iIle. Fla. }
child's own mother scarcely howlnb-named settler has tiled notice of After arrival of the July :30. !.,,*!OO. |

were rtwenized it after tho first bandages his intention to make final proof in support IAltID.\ 1t'IL1"'U: :A .iVIfi_iTIOCOS TUVI.V Notice i is hereby giver that ihf tollovr-
one removal. In a few days the little of his claim: and that said proof will in.rnamec..1cttl'r has liltsi notice f.Jt bill
\ork will leave the hospital cured.-New be made before A. A. Stewart, clerk of Leaving Jacksonville: at 2:4j j p. m. intention to niakelinal proof uPlOrtJi

Cor. Glol> mocrat. Court. at Titusville. Fla.: on Sept. 2Sth.ISbS. DELAWARE Sundav. Atu: cth I DELWARE Sunday \ng. 19th hip claim and that ?aid proof will be made
If you Liven't rattan furniture hi viz : Hazard 1*. Brown of Georgians i- YE5IASSEE Sunday, Aug. (I IEtIAs. EE Sunday Au!. Cfith before .\. A. Stewart clerk Circuit Court.

.try -ou-so you are considerably behind your Fla.. I). S. 1077, for the lots 1.2.3 steamers are appointed to ail from Pier .".., flast laver, New York, Titn-villo. Fla.. on Sej.t. :*th. lvs! <'viz :
tt e procession. and 4. section :3t. township :2.:t ; lot 1. Every Tuesday and Friday at o o'e ltck, P. M. Cha?. II. M. Lynn,. of )licc o. Fla. I). X211'J
These section ;3. township :>I south range 37 j for the lot G Sec. Sri; 'lp. =r SS. 1:. :!S
are days of real suffering and genuTT The freight and pas-emreraccommotlation.- un-urpa- e
te agony for the silly women who are eat.He names O the tollotving witnesses to bu-iiie-- entrusted tothi-: line.IHreet : ',, He names the following \vhneses to '
Uc&l to death." all hipnient.front New York via Clyd Flori.1I.lIlf', rierJ, East Kivor.
prove his eontinnonreidetae upon For further information apply to prove his continuous residence upon. t
The latest arrangement in Paris for a and cultivation! of said land viz : J. .\. TEAI>, A sent. .1..L... I.t>= LIn, .\ l'nt. and cultivation of. said land viz : ;
Feniaiulina, Fla. -" iv. Fla.
It\ Jacksonville
at home is a floral umbrella, under Homer J. Allen, of Ueorijiana. Flu. ; William Ilindle. Joseph Iaij: Joi-
which T1IEO. e; KGEir, Trallic Manager, WM. P. CLYDK" 1') tiF 'I.tiT.- ,
the happy pair stand. Irving ).lIi cock. of Horti. Fla. : JohnA. 35 llroat vay, X. Y. 12: >outh\Vharve-, I'biluilflpLia I5roa lu-ay, :X. V.F. eph 11'illiaurun. and William Eim.rieJi. .
The latest wrinkle in manners is this: To S-hippie. of Geor;:iana. Fla. ; Charles IKOXMONliEIi.. Jr.,General TrA\ehng Aieut. .-.onville.Florida. all of 3Iicco. Fla. '

booW great politeness advance one step and I..tddum. of licor;: 3na. Fla.! Since last season VENTILATORS have been constructed on the iron steamers for the S. ('. Tt'cKEu. :

backto show the reverse sentiment draw 1C S. TUCKF.K, Itcjjistcr.;: better transportation of Oranges and Vegetables. 1GTHE 1-:;".r. i;
and I I'r
step bow.




8 TIlE FLORIDA.\n, THURSDAY. (,. t 1)). 1SSS.LOCAL .

C -

t L.tCOXICS. I| -The Coast Canal steam launch Den : Uucklen- Arnica Satre.i Mrs.WiKSLow'sJsooTHiXG&tRirshoulaaVsr'iys AdricetoHotlier +\ 1*J. II.'t.11" .c'-

arrived here on Sunday evening, on i The best salve in the world for cuts, be used when children ore cutting teeth. It rte '()11lievesthelittlesufereratonceitproducesnatiira .
-I* A. Ginjrra*, E-q., of Rockledgc, j ny ;I bruises, -sores ulcer-j alt rheum, fever !, Pt M I.'- I\
her down the river. I ,and the little cherub awakes as'"bright
quiet sleep
gave life a call on Monday morning. j I way sores, tetter chapped hand-, chilblains,! as a button." It is very pleasant to taste. It DRY
-Conductor Carlile offon a \:1cationl -Mr. T. II. Sanders, of Courtney was : corns and all skin eruptions': and positively I: soothes regulatestheboweJs.andisthebestknownremeUy the childsoftensthegum3allujrsall pain GOODS NO TION S

for week.. I ICapt. was in town on Monday, and gave us a I cures pileor no pay required. for diarrhoea, whether arising from teething; or WJ
It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction -: _othercausea._ _Twenty-live cents a bottle. Hardware
call. Crockery
Paddison:; was on the !sick litlat I plea-ant or money refunded. Price -,t cents J. PPITI'II.1UI,1'resi.lentt'JlBCOItNCabir. MediY,
week, but we are plea-cd to note he I -Rev. James Bolton held service at per box. For sale by all drug stores in 1 I i \ : Stationery.. Family
Titu-ville and Indian River. cines, Garden SetJs.
is now much better. I IRef' the Court House on Sunday evening as __n_ ____, -- on -

E. L. Turqvund and twoiter: per announcement.Mr. : FOISt /./: i INDIAN RIVER BANK. CHOICE GROCERUS

few week at Pablo C. D. Rhoad-, wife and child, _l tract nf land on Indian River in the ,
arc pending a I Tit liS" ill.. rioritla. Hay, Mapes Fertilizers.
I arrived here on the train, Tuesday, from i county of Brevard. i-on>io till:! of NS
n :tc11. 1! acres;; it bchi:! lot No. ::. and south: halt I A GENERAL: BANKING BUSINESS TRANI'lTl OIV1\: \ iroitiDi

Married, on Sunday, July Sili, at I Wilmington, Del., and are, at present, i of the northeast. quarter of section u5. i SACTED.

.Sheffield Mat'. Mr. Isaac R. Sanford, stopping at the Grand View. and lot No. :>. beiiri the -outhwe-t: : quarj 'I i\rliiiij,'" bought lull -ol)'l. Spct-Kil :nil "T7I A Ornrn O
I who has been visiting I j ter of the northwe-t: quarter of section I prompt attcntion'iyen to ooIliTtion- LoanPiMl.jil_ 1 JL A7J C 0
M.D., to Mis- Kate B. Curtis.Rev. -Capt. iiffrotiato IIn tirat inoitjrasjr for ?"H\'illi ,
I ;;1;. both i in :; it!I Ii j
his in Jacksonville 1 = :'c.lllth. range V.ankCori>(>rntion during .
James IJolton will preach at I family, i Il'l-L Tin-.-' a very desirable; piece of I: eat allowed on tinu'tlcpoMtsioo -. ** \ .

Ifacklcdgc next Sunday at the Tropical last week, returned on Saturday.evening, I hammockoil= ot rich 'quality, :suitable ooo TO LOAN TIN &SHEET-IRONWORKERS
and left for down the river :Monday for the raising: of all tropical fruits. 1- .
Hotel, 11 a.m., and at Cocoa at 7 p.m. Eno On FirtclaHeal I -t tte. -_
morning. I situated at the Narrows, near postotfice. I

-A few very pleasant little social I Will sell cheap for ea-h. J.'orIl'artil.ular I .\,laiiceni.ult : (:rTTFHI. t I'HL'I'(
-Why is it that one goeto Oliver ? upon araihihle collatcml. ,
have been in town every |i .- addre:
parties given our ..
n..1 b di-counttMl.
and Budge'for their building ma- 1 E. )1. LOW. \IIIH' uinepap -r lii/I \l(f fiit-hi rill "' rDiaiton -
I l'J It/ ,/ ,
lately, and rumor :peak- of another to II all pint of Europe.
:dept: :;. Brockton. Jlass.I .
terial ? because they can get everythingin i
take placellOrtly.: I r.uinosdune: at Jnck-onvilh nit-- J J if;','.
one bill, to complete building and Every savor, con-i-ti-nt \\ith anti tl .
-Mr. L. B. Dawson, of Narrows, was i :save money.We A. M. Hamilton & Co., i I l banking; dlettofnllyh'tHIt'l.. i G81Yal11ZEdVOr\ 1r\. & RE Cpalrlll!{ of t all tinis.

rcgi-tered. at the Grand View yesterday, i I j I (OUUK-rONDKNT-: Hank of.Ju'k- are requested to announce, that | TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA, ..Iatksotiillc, Ha.; '1 bt- seaboard National ) H
and will start to-day for Chicago, for a I isaiik, Ntvoik.. i:; | Location : II.Vl> ST., mMON'RV1 Uiur.
brief abcncc.When f there will be a Broom Drill and an entertainment Ii i I \\ holt -ale. Df.ilt'i"- in I

of the 1 ."..UU&c..E"il"S1'1: -:" at t.. '.
songs etc, on I BIG out t a.\11'1ly 11 Ull1l1: ,t kr.
to build and want the willtinnl! \' t'tklalII\t'I ol
you go I evening September ;tat \rtg r.- :Indian River Oysters
bot lumber to Oliver AND
pine ,
Hall. Ice Cream and cake will he"l.rn'l. !

and Budge, and they can ell you your Al11lision 1.; cents: ; children 10) centMe -. I "FISH i : ili>nV. r Hui-cl.aNii lift*ut .MtH.xelaLd.. ex door, and hardware, and ave your mon : torn Traiii I I"h.j'. \:,- rwuplrtr. .Aufiits r"I0411 'mnlenic 111110.0".1'_ Fur )M..t work. ll'l\l]l\ quirt at I
:-: rs. E. Hamilton and John I nuke $ ICU to $MN> A month Outfit a:..". llt"iiiAll UlUs I'aoI'
t'Y."r tc to them for price
Green Turtle and Game
Walker returned from their trip to |
North Carolina last Ir."alk.-
All ortkiill m-i'm prompt and can-fill at-
small, but very pleasant -ocial party er biought his mother and her family |1 trillion, \\liflhfi by telegraph I :Egyptian Queen Pine Slips. .

) Saturday cceninglast. llefrehmenltrcre back with him and expecthi- father: later j litter ot'vt i-V-on. 1'; i J I =": -1)Ia: I IMVKU I NVHSK1UKS.I : :

guests plentifully did ample supplied justice., to The which party the I in the seaon.Mr. !i INDIAN RIVER ART GALLERY I Ii j i Bone Meal, Tobacco Stems, Cotton-seed Meal, Cow Peas & Fertilizers.

I John :Myeiha- made a contract j ('.\T.LOt"EI.ILFJ, : ) 11:1:1TEIDI: : ('.\:-'11.I .
dispersed shortly after eleven.
with Mr. (;. S. Hardee to lay down 2.inj Pll'KKXS TTHXKKI I| JOHN ];. nE.\'II. Indian IIT 1tu-,l'I' l'S. East .Mrlhounus! Fla.
-Captain J. F. Het.Parted the first ; ;' I I
'I feet surface pipe in hi-oiange ;grove to

r tindemo he fed from his: new artesian wdl.'Ir.. i iHardee 1'llolo{:r'llllr'r. ;; WE CALL THE ATTENTION

j will al-,) utilize the arte-ian wa- I- now prepared! to anything in the !!
the lower lip from which ho ha- been suffering
ter for a fountain and also for bathing Picture line. Ot the people! of Indian Km to our stock ot < Jo.n-: ,

for the pa-t! year. Hifriends I log purpoeMr. -. j Views on Ea-t Coat and Indian:iver I which we are ollerinir! at H'rdo! -e niartrin.We '! .
I hope he may meet speedy: make -pecialty; ot
Tl'conrY.jThe L. C. Oliver returned home !apt j j a Specialty.Ha I

full number of County nn-. I I :-.tturcby: evening: after an absence. of the only \t1thrizl'l 1'1I0TlCiI\l'U ''I'j

. raisionerweie, pre-ent at t J Ie'IOU I alwiut two weeks, peat in diilercnt portions or Pnl:-liilN'1' CI EnI.XIXH ]'.Harms Groceries Grain Hay and Flour
commencing :Monday, and interesting: I that haeer been made during their j
9 ,
: of Georgia. lie was glad to get travelOrder mail receive ,
times had between the I by prompt
were conictingparties hack to Indian River and perfectly attention. -ID-iimo.! j On which we will give -jiecial' i inducementWe carry: a large -t.u.k ofGENT'S
in reference to the new road on
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I -ati-tled l with the weather we are having FURNISHING GOODS BOOTS AND SHOES HATS AND CAPS ETC.
Merrill's Island and at Eau Gallic.Tlie I ,
1 I here in compari-on: with that of other Indian River
STAU and a few friends had the j. Bakery, Which: we are oilerinjrat low figure-. Tho-r needing; -hoe-: will I Ihnl it _ri>:ul\ to'
I places. their interest to rive tia call] awe are sellinghoe; : very low.
pleasure of sampling: s-ime grape wine, W.i>hin>.;ti IIl _\,-.utlt.,
AVc will l .
-1Ir.1).1': White, who has filled the hl' pleased to quote i prices at any time.THE
made by :\1r. J. n.rtltoIl, of Eau I I TITUSVILLE. FLORIDA. .
olllce of mailing clerk on the Titll-\" lIe-I E. L. BB.ADY c BR.O.

Gallie.; The wine wavery good, and Melbourne route for the pa-t: year-tarted; Fresh Bread, Cakes and Confectionery, I\

although new, was of excellent llavor. ,
Constantly: ; hand.IJOSTON. !
for a month's vacation, last Friday, to SIMPLEST IS THE BEST.
Later on we hope to have a repetition of ] i'nixni: : 1, IAHAM; : : AND !
hi- home : .
at Goggan-villc, Georgia.During
sampling. : :MILK uiiKAi: J) :MAIM:: I
his stay on Indian River Mr. TO OliDKK: :, :I ?

-Mr. Mott, a representative' of the White has earned the respect and (.onti"1 1'. ides. lull". i'i iiir a, rte t.itriol fur nit] "\" -rj.aif i I:
J'litrida lipnlh, wain town yesterday : .. sad aU"IILI'IIlHrl'I'I Nun.Inti'Mtat'i! :g,
dence of all who have met him, and the .
]I alt] iii\ni<> ];foO'Orao ;> e ts per boult-
on his way to New Smyrna. Mr.: Mott. j
colarules : Special Prices for Hotels( Restaurants,Etc.
thinks seriously: of :starting; : an orchardof and i- that which '
acquaintances (tl/rilii[ Proprietor. 1'II ETROY
Afghani-tan;; peaches somewhere on ----
any young man may justly he proud of. -- -
the lower river, but the exact location
-Through a confessing from the notorious GRAND VIEW HOTEL
we could not ascertain.We .
negro burglar; Peter Reddick, who ,

have it from good authority, i- now jailed in Brevard'iron cells, j TITUSVILLE, FLA. __

that our artesian: well man, )Ir. J. A. Sherill'Boirman: learned the disposition -o- I II _
lur.-t, ceding InN honey-moon at Coney Reddick had made of shot-gun! whichhe in II r
a The most centrally located Hotel City. I E= 1
K : =
Wand, and that he expects to return I stole from Sherman Singleton, of -o- WIND MILL, _

as soon as circumstances will per- I LaGrange, in January la-t. Reddick NE\V HOUSE.: FIRST-CLASS::
mit. It i is said that some of the belles of
de-cribcd the and told theheriff
\ : gun : EVEllY nE I> PECT. I las ]leis pieces and runs
'ljtu-\.ilIe had hoped to locate him, permanently that it in the of the hrrilr !
was possession Open all the year round. Table L'I1o ur- easier than any mill

among tI-. I of Clay county, whose name is Christian l'aoetl. Bath Room- Free. made. 1 t .'

Colonel James N. Smith, the great Black. Accordingly )Ir. Bowman visited snc>s, !s-2.r)o & !Sia.oo per Un)". 11 ',

railroad contractor, who built the Atlantic I Green Cove Springs, last week, and found SPKCIAL 1\TE\: rnuVIIK.. sK

Coast, St. John's and Indian River the mi -ing gun which will be returnedto
..:1. MILLER Proprietor.To .
about three died I :Mr. Singleton through the : _,_ I .
Railway, years ago, at proper s-- t' J

Liclifield, Conn., last' Tuesday. He was legal manner. It seems that Reddick I Ii

a brother-in-law of Sidney Dillon, and visited Clay county in January, and was I To all irhrun if 1/wy-nx"''i"u.

with him formed the !syndicate that I caught up with there and arrested, but I. Take notice that six week;; alter date.I i Mills\ Derricks Pumps Tanks
I will apply to the HonorahleIillor: :h..Jones ,
built the Central Pacific Railway. He made his escape a few days afterwanl. uonntyjndjje of Urevard 'utlllty. ,

also built several other railway, and I Sheriff Black, of Clay, was pleased to Florida at his olllce, in said county, for I and Pipe Work put in complete and warranted. Pipe and! fit tiu';;- "a

:ull:1.'ccl'a! fortune. learn that Reddick had again been cap letter of administration to the estate of I short notice. Pump= of all kinds furni-hed] and npaindCall .
tired. Edward Gibson, late of said county. (Ie-
Married, on the 2<;lh ultimo, at the I ceased. on or addre.JOHX: :MYH i S,

home of the bride in Senoia, Ga., )Ir. .1.1, Card to thc Public. ls Dated s.Ll.. thi 10th day of July. A. D.I I 12: Box 208, TITUSVILLE FLA_

B. Towns, of Titus\ille, to Mi- EumnaMay. : ;. WILLIAM GIP.SON.siniiirrs : .
Owing to the pre: -ure upon my time _____ I
: The happy young couple arrived the demands the hu inl' in whichI -
here from their wedding tour last. night, am engaged I am compelled to an- ,
I and b virtue of execution !
Under an ,
and will make Titusville their future nounce to the public of Titu-ville my i } __ -
i i i issued out of the Circuit Court for the I 1.
home. Mr Towns is in the employ of earnest desire to withdraw entirely from Seventh Judicial Circuit of Florida, :

the J. T. & K. W. Ry. Co., and is a mo-t. I, medical practice. such My other interest and Urevard county upon a judgment; recovered BROKERS & LOAN AGENTS
developed to an extent, in th court of the Honorable I REAL
estimable young ml11.r e wish them : absorb my attention: completely, that j Minor S. Jones county judge] and exI I

much joy and many years of happiness.Mr. I can only give the subject of medicine j j ollieio justice of the peace tor Urevardj (. .
I such hasty and superficial consideration j county, Florida and transcribed to said: '%--
Tho-s. L. Paine relates while'
: that my services, as a rule, mu-t: be unsatisfactory Circuit Court. wherein .John S. Perry 1 LANDS BOUGHT AND SOLD.
sailing up Indian River to Titu-ville last. I j and inadequate. To my I I i and Nathan 15. Perry co-partners 1 I

Friday hew when about opposite :Mcr-: friends in Titusville who have seen fit to Perry I it Co.. were plaiutiil. and':: Loans Negotiated on First Class Security at from 12 to 24 per cent.Choice .
ritt a school of about eight or ten manatees favor me with their patronage: I desireto I Stephen Ryder wa defendant I have
sincere appreciation, and levied upon and will sell at public outcry i inve-t Ir- lU'ld\
express my } lotin Ton.will net
in the channel. .\t. 1 : rapidly growing
playing along feel sure they will believe: me that it i i- to the bet bidder for cali.: in front I
firs be of the court-house door in Tituville.Urevard i cent. in twelve month
=t thought they were porpoises only a conscientious' regard for their true .
welfare that de-ire be (county on the first Monday: iiiAugust. !i Re.-idenco lots in Titu-ville: from 820 up to 81000.I5ti .
manatees are rarely evereen this far prompts my to relieved -
*4 IOo
the imC' being the sixth day iiu-s-s lots from S2": 0 to r:! -
of a matter which, in view of the I :
uortb. but on coming closely to them, herecognized thereof. .. I). I'***; within the le;;al

them a- the genuine seacowThey above them fact awell, can only as unatifacloryto Tintate- hour the above-named of -:tlc. the(defendant following to-wit pl'ol'ertyof: : Agents for Florida Southern Railway Lands.

: must be emigrating up this way on ment is made that I may be-a\edthc: Commencing; feet south of and .;0

account of the "dredging' being done : necessity of a per-unal explanation in f.ct,5t of the X. E. corner of the X. E. .. in "II\" ..\-r'
More than] (JOOJWIIe'n) of Choice Land.- loated "'
each case as it arieIf, in the opinion 'J. :- : t
down the river. 1\ of the X.V. \ ot section townshipi I 1'.rtallle
of the practicing physicians of Titusville I i south of ratine ;}G east. Go west 170 county in the] State. :suitable 1 for Farming, Jrazinjr.; Fruit an"GrowingPine. .i .J
Professor Hoxie. of the State Agricultural or their patients, my advice may be esteemed ,. feet. thence south 137 feet thence eat : Cypress: and Cedar '1'ilnIer.1 price SI per -\Ior.o

Dl'putnwutltrt..hin ton, i- of value in a serious or complicated 170 feet thence north 137 feet to pointof upward-

spending a few days in Titusville' and case, I shall not object to attenda beginning.
consultation at any time, but -tich Also commencing 7SS feet south of and P. O. Box 2oO( Titusville, Florida.
Yieinity devoting: his time to the studyof I ?
consultation must be with the consent of fifty feet west of X. E. corner of X. E. 1
the habits of our feathered tribe of the attending phy-il' an. of X. \\'. ] of section! 33: in townhip 21 BOBBINS WALTER S. GRA-
birds and fowl. On next Tuesday evening : south ot range 3(; E. Go west 170 feet. : A. A. STEWART, GEO. )I. D
Very respectfully your, thence outh 137: feet thence east 170 feet Clerk Circuit Court. Atty. at
he will give an interesting discourse WALTER S. GP.AHAM. thence north 1.57: feet to place of begining. .

at the parlorof the Titus louse, to JAMES E. HOWMAN. ANY

urhkli we hope to :see a large attendance. :Monday afternoon a mule owned by Sheriff of Urevard Co. BREVARD ABSTRACT OF TITLE COMP .
Dated July 11th. lv iS.
We feel 1 in readers that G. B. Griffin Windsor struck and
ure telling our at was The above sale is postponed until the dill IIrtI
Prof. Hoxie will interest them greatly in killed by lightning. Two mules had tir*t Monday in September the ame being I Complete Abstracts of Title fiirniolaeil> to sill .1"

his remarks.: Many useful hints in reference been hitched to a plow, and were taken the third day thereof A. 1>. 1553.I i! \\ari count-, riorlda.
I I within the hours of sale, and at the
to the habits of birds, etc., can out upon the approach of a thunder !i same place. i Titles Examined and Perfected.

then be heard from Hue who makes it a : :storm. The mule that escaped was .TA tls E. UOWMAX.1C .

1 study. Admission free. knocked senseless. Sheiitl'of Urevard County. : Box 25O, Titusville, Fla.