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:
September 13, 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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Prohibition-Democratic Mass County Commissioners' Meeting Trial of the Melbourne Prisoners. Dredging in Titusville. longer, to get A deed, because they did

Meeting. Editor Florida Star: not have them yet from the State, but

In pursuance of an impromptu call, amass The Board of County Commissioners On Thursday last, before Hon. MinorS. SIR-It affords me a little pain to at- expected to get them some day, if other

meeting of prohibition Democrats convened, pursuant to adjournment, on Jones, occurred one of the most interesting tempt to make a fool of myself at this contesting corporations did not justly

was held at the Tropical House, at Rock Monday, September 3rd, 1888, when the trials that has ever taken placein age, but it seems the order of the day ; swindle them out of them.

age, on the 11th of September.The I following members were present: Messrs. Brevard County, within the jurisdiction so I bring forward my principles and say Now, who but a lunatic would settleon

meeting was called to order by R. : Morrow (chairman), Sanders, McMillan, of the lower Courts-Aug 16th, 1888. that I have always been willing to go a track of land, and die with old age

David elected Carter and Paine with Heyward Denard a colored man from with deeds and leave his widow to
N. Andrews; Wingood was A. A. Stewart, with the crowd. I intended to bring this no go

chairman and Guy Metcalf secretary. clerk ; and J. E. Bowman, sheriff.. Melbourne appeared before judge Jones article forward several weeks ago, but as through with the same old contesting

Mr. Andrews next proceeded to pres- The following business was transacted : I and made affidavit of assault and battery our great Convention was close at hand, story of old. We like green, but not ,

ent the object and necessities of the Order No. 1.-That$500 be appropriated against Sam Patterson, Alex Foster, I delayed it on account of that human gangrene. Well, now, if I have made an

meeting in an able and effective manner. for quarantine of Brevard county, Oscar Wilson, Robert Jackson,and Peter disposition to that a man is seekingan ass of myself it is no more than some

and that Hudson, all of Melbourne. Denard also say other men have done, and this country
Upon motion the chairman appointed six per cent interestbearingwarrants . office when he writes a few articles, grants all the
men even highest
C pt.R. C. May, Dr.V.. L. Hughlett, be issued, payable in six made affidavit insolvency in :order: to eyen in the interest of his native State. tions. aspira

and R. N. Andrews a committee to pre- months. procure a subpoena for witnesses, and I feel beyond such an accusation this Now, Col. Wescott don't know that I

pare and present a set of resolutions for Order No. 2.-That Reuben Carltonbe then employed Col. D. L. Gaulden to week, and beg the space in your journal.I am a pretty good fellow when he gets

the consideration of the meeting. Upon paid $290 for building bridges across prosecute the case. The warrant was! issued was glad to read the item from the acquainted with me, and if he will for-

motion of the Hon. H. S. Williams, a recess Five and Ten-Mile creeks; and the report and placed in the hands of Deputy Narrows last week, flattering the Florida give me of the past I will promise him
best hereafter and would
taken while the committee of Commissioner Paine of said Sheriff, John Quincy, who immediately my courtesy ,
was on Coast dredging so much that one would like to go down where there are lots of

resolutions were in session. When the bridges, be also accepted. The above repaired to Melbourne, made the arrests almost believe that it bid fair to be a oysters growing on the bottom and sidesof

meeting was again called to order the amount to be paid from the Road Fund. and returned to Titusville on the 28th, success. the old scow, and have venison and

committee presented the following report Order No. 3.-That the following bills and held the prisoners on their own recognizance oysters on the side six times a day until

be audited and ordered to appear at Court the follow- Now, I have always looked upon the they dredge to Biscayne Bay. Of courseit

: paid : whole concern, as it was chartered, to be would be asking too muc/i of the good
at 9 o'clock On their arri-
ing day a. m.
Whereof, In view of the failure of the W. R. Knox, painting............ $60.25.J. : entirely inconsistent to the interest and Lord to permit me to live so long; so

delegates to the late Senatorial and County E. Bowman, sheriff fees,....... 75.00. val in Titusville, the defendants trusting nobody will get any "madder"

convention held Titusville to nominate Lee Rice, hauling,.................. 1.00. found that it would be impossible to pro- development of our coast and the interestof than we have already been,

Oliver & Budge, material,........ 15.05.A. cure counsel, because at that time all our citizens. I have always thoughtif I remain just what I am, and can't
men of prohibition principles A. Stewart, clerk............".. 25.00. the attorneys not connected with the this government, with all of her ad- help it,
and inasmuch as it is the belief of Reed & Stedman,bury'g 15.00.J. N. C. Br.Y AN.
pauper of treasury
vantages piling a monetary -
the Prohibition element of the Democratic M. Sanders, county com.,...... 28.00.R. case were out of town, and the task of ..

party that many of the nominees of W. Osburn, bear scalp,......... 5.00.P. defending them was intrusted by the I could not develop her reserved Minis Chronicles.CHAPTEK .

in A. McMillan, county com.,... 34.00.A. Court to Walter S. Graham, and H. F. streams and waters by her subsidy, it II.
that are avowedly sympathy J. Carter, ... 15.40.S. Atkinson of Blackstoneand was time to say something about a sur-
with the dominant ring and anti-pro two disciples Now it came to pass on the 3d day of the
H. treasurer 26.55.J. .
Ray, deposit, but not until these things
prospective aspirants for future le- 9th month that the maiden Venetia,lnugh-
hibition element of this county and that E. Bowman, sheriff expense,.. 10.00. of whose
done.Is ter Caspar, Minis did
the dissatisfaction of the better elementof 0. F. Laney, Clerk's desk,........ 35.00.S. gal honors. The case being called, the were return unto her own land from LaGrange,

the Democratic party in the result of F. Gray, registration officer,.. 28.25. prisoners on arraignment entered a pleaof it right for a commonwealth to grant where she had been sojourning for a short 1,

Dixon & Benson, medicine for Not guilty, to the charge as contained her domain to speculative corporationsto time and there was joy in the household
the convention is sufficient to warrant
prisoners ..... 9.30.
in the affidavit, and Denard the pros- deter and straddle the settlement that over her return.
this action- O. F. Laney, feeding prisoners,.. 22.00.
And behold on the morning of the 6th
made the God for
ecuting witness! took the stand. He ga'ein was by great expressly
Therefore, be it resolved that an invitation Order No. 4.-That P. A. McMillan is I day of the week just after the rising of the
his testimony in true Ethiopian style, the honest settler to claim and have as I that the "bow of did
is hereby extended to the Prohibi- to inspect the route for thecrossing sun promise" shine
tion-Democrats of Brevard and Dade that is, in a rambling and circumlocutorymanner his own ? It should not be held by his forth most brilliantly, even unto perfectionin
of St. Sebastian River for the
with endless repetitions and fellow man in reserve for the animals of the western heavens. And as the hours
counties to hold primary elections on Sat- road awarded Linton Carlton, and re- passed by behold,the clouds did gather and

urday, September 29th, 1888, to elect del- port to this Board at the next meeting. countless irrelevancies, rigid cross examination the forest to roam, as has been done by thicken and lo, the rains descended and the

} by defendant's counsel failed to granting corporations such charters as floods came and the winds blew, hut the
convention be held the
to a to "
egates Order No. 5.'That Chas.
Magruder, discover material flaw in his testimony this one in our midst, on unlimited timeor houses in the land of Minis fell not for they
Tropical House, at Rock Ledge, Fla., on H. J. Allen and J. T. Simmons, as road any were founded upon a, sure foundation, and
for the of and served to elicit the fact that its equivalent. I had the pleasureand the storm abated not until the .
October 9th, 1888, purpose commissioners for precinct No. 12, mark, evening of
he possessed a good memory and consid- the pain to meet our longheardofCol. the seventh day.
for the 13th Sena-
nominating a senator view and lay out a road from the north
erable inventive genius. The other wit- Wescott a few weeks ago at the And in the scribe's wanderings he heard
torial district and also
a representativeand thee
of said district to south
nesses took the stand in their regular order Grand View Hotel ; he was on his way many things,and amonK them of four maidens -
entire county ticket for Brevard boundary and report the same to this who dwell in the land of Carterville
and seemed to understand their business down the river to look after his great
from desired much know of
county. The basis of representation Board. who to. the future,
very well, as they generally sworeto undertaking. I asked the Colonel what and even as it was with rang Saul
the several precincts shall be the same as Order No. 6.That the Clerk of this they
such facts, as seemed most importantto were the prospects, etc., with a view of could learn naught by dreams or prophets,
that followed in the la Democratic elec-
Board is instructed to advertise for bidsto therefore they assembled themselves together -
Denard. The Defendants had onlyone having a pleasant conversation on the
tion of delegates. cut a road from the south side of district and determined to try some charm
Resolved, that we believe the principlesof No. 4 between township 25 and 26 witness, and he was of very little as- dredging subject, and told him that the whereby they might discover their fate. But

sistance not being present at the fight, or people were not satisfied with the delaysby lo, it was at this gathering, even as in Job's
the hold-
pure Democracy depend upon to the south side of District No. 5 to town-
time that "Satan came also" and
the "Well said he "I great wan
at of the subsequent proceedings, and company. ,
in check the evil influences of any
ing ring ship line between twenty-seven and the fright of the maidens and familiar spir-
could only testify to their general good love a fool, but I fear you will hug me
. rule and cliques, and the elevation to office twenty-eight: bids to be in by the next its are no more desired in that land.

, of men of pure Democratic principles meeting of the Board the Board reserv- character, which was not called in question -I to death. I warn you to mind your own And it came to pass in the morning of
by prosecution. It was soon evident business, and I expect to do the same." the first day of the week that the young
which of the
. means government people, ing the right to reject any or all bids, "Well replied I "if I into the man Elliott,whose sirname is Minis, did
' that the case was a foregone conclusion eyer get
ty the people, and for the good of the specifications of said road to be as follows gather together a goodly number of the people

;iJ: ill\ people. : To be cut ten feet wide and against the Defendants, as their state- Legislature I will make you mind my and with them journeyed unto the land

A: submitted ments were not considered admissible as business a little, too, and I don't expectto of LaGrange and there 'id worship in the

Respectfully : grubbed of all palmetto roots, and said evidence and the weight to be attachedto have a very hard task in having you sanctuary with the peot'e, and the priest
ROB'T. C. MAY, road to be run over the most practicableroute who ministered unto them and whose name
it was entirely within the discretionof do it. My friend, Mr. Durst, saw he
,. R. N. ANDREWS, and all bridges necessary along is Chaudoin, did read from God's law-
W. L. Huaiir rr. the jury. From the evidence, it was had both barrels of his gun cocked uponme "Render unto C sar the things which areCsesarX
said route to be built. and asked him and unto God the things which ,
to are
made to that Oscar Wilson first came my rescue,
Upon the submission of the report of : Order No. 7.-That the petition of appear God's." And he did talk much concerningthese
I how long had the charter to run when
challenged Denard for a wrestle, and was ,
the committee and the motion words and the
to adoptthe W. H. Whidden and others for justice urged people to pay
thrown-and that during the play Wilson the Colonel "got on his ear, and wantedto lawful tribute.
resolutions therein the following gen district and that the Precinct No. 17 be
tlemen addressed the Messrs. got mad and addressed some abusive know why he should ask such imper- And behold this same priest doth come
meeting : said
declared a justice district, including language to Denard which being resented tinent question, and what we had to do unto the land of Mimi on the 16th day of

H. B. Archibald, R. N. Andrews, L. A. boundary, and that the voting place be surrounded Den with it, anyhow. My friend told him he the 9th month and desireth all the peopleto
Wilson and his crowd
Gfogras, Esq., Dr. W. L. Hughlett, and changed from the present location to Fee meet him there for worship and before
ard and threatened him: and while one had lived in Florida for 16 years, and the service of will be
I Hon. H. S. Williams. After a thorough and Heasly's store in said district. The songs praise sung by
ad went after a gun another, struck him that I had never lived anywhere else, all the people.
careful consideration and revision until
the Board adjourned to-morrow morn- with a stick, and on the following day and would have slapped him, but could And in the afterpart of the first day of
resolutions they were unanimously ing at 9 o'clock. the week did for the
while out hunting he was surrounded by not do it without slapping him on the many purpose.
Copied. SEPT. 4TH. oi studying Gods word, and nom distant
TUESDAY the teeth who cheek, and we were too well-bred to slapan
the crowd armed to
same lands also the
On came some even young man
motion of L. A. Gingras, Esq., thesecretary Order No. 8.-That the Clerk of the
old man's cheek the Colonel said who the Sabbath and the
demanded his gun and ordered him to ; so represents young
was instructed to send copies Board of County Commissioners is here- knoweth also the
"Let alone and of did. man no night, young
leave the country. The story of the De- me course, we
. of these minutes to the several papers ofthe by ordered to notify each Justice of the man Thomas, whose sirname is Johnson,
fendants is that Denard the challenge Well, my friend did not sleep any that
gave and from northern lunds came one (not
county with to publish the that.hereafter
a request Peace of Brevard county
lame. in the first place, was thrown and night, and all the boys thought, the next our) Coachman bp name,and Robert, whose!
when a pauper dies that only $10 will be that I had been another drunk sirname is McColloueh.
drew his knife, that they merely opposedhim day, on ,
' Upon motion of Dr. Hughlett, the i allowed by the Board for burial ex And lo, the sound of the hammer L J heard
in order to force him to put it up, but I assured them that I had only been
' Chairman
; appointed R. N. Andrews, L. continually in the land and the workmen
penses. and that took his the weeping over insulting an old man. The
: A. away gun hasten for work presseth them.
: Gingras and Metcalf as the from upon
Esq., Guy Order No. 9.-That petition
the Prohibition Democratic Executive Road District No. 13 be laid over until next day, and placed it in the hands of a I I Colonel said that when a cog-wheel And one (notour) Britton,who e sirname

; magistrate in order to prevent his doing broke-which was nothing unusual-by is Mims, doth show by his acts that he is
.- of Breyard County. next meeting, and that where the road i indeed merciful for thin
: :1 ; I further disturbance or injury. The encountering an old log that had been a man, even at
. The ineeting then be closed any time he doth rise and work late to
was adjourned. now stands shall not up or early
, :; fact is the truth remains yet to be dis there two million years, that it took
;. DAVID WINGOOD chairman. improve the habitation of his beast of bur-
until the next
'. ; stopped meeting.The covered. After argument of the Coun- from eight to ten months to get a dupli- den and the steed that draweth hit chariot.
; ,. GUY METCALF until the
: secretary.Ixeeuth'e Board then adjourned
sel and the charge of the Court, the jury cate. The Colonel did not know that we And it came to pass that upon the llth

: Committee meet first Monday in October.. 1888. rendered a verdict of simple assault I knew something about machinery. If he dar of the month the scribe did receive an
from the maiden Katherine and be-
, will let usreplace the one that is going to epistle
against Patterson and of assault and
ing. ,
Attention Democrats.The hold she and her mother do return unto

t ) A meeting of the Senatorial Committee Democrats of each Justice Districtof battery against the others. A motionwas break pretty soon, we will guaranteehim their own land on the 14th day of the 9th

.: '0 for 13th immediately made in arrest of judg- that an old rotten log, that has been month and all the people will rejoice to
district was held in "Grand Brevard County will hold a primary
irwr behold again the light of their countenance.And .
buried million won't break it.
: Vie Hotel"on evening 7th with the fol- election on Saturday the 6th, day of Oat. ment and for a new trial, but after con- two years, behold the mantle which for a time

. :L lOsing members present. Dr. B. R. Wil- 1888, at the usual voting place therein, sideration they decided to withdraw the They say that the old dredge cost rested upon the scribe shall return unto the

;*' an*. Brady, J. H. Sams, T. J. DeSteuJ for the purpose of nominating a Justice of motion and pay the fine. The whole $15,000. Of course we understand thatit original wearer.

JA. cost of the proceeding approximates was in old Confederate times when Thus endeth the Chronicles of the peoplein
< ,
McMillan also for the
J. A. McCrory, the Peace and Constable, purpose -i the land of Mints.XOTICE..
,,': Patrick Lennon, and Thos. A. Jones of electing District Democratic Ex- $135.00 At the trial Col. Gaulden displayed that amount would hardly buy a good ..

;.: ::,- 1reeting was called to order and Mr. ecutive Committees consisting of three his unusual ability as a criminal saddle-horse. .

>;. l'J.!f', Th*. A.Jones, elected permanent Chair1an from each precinct in said county. The lawyer, and the Defendant's counsel They told us that they would prettysoon The County Judge, the Clerk of the
:; ? and Dr. B. R. Wilson permanent so elected to be reported to the received many congratulations; upon stretch a chain across the Hauloyer Circuit Court, and the Sheriff Brevard
.,>I' g'cretar'. The following resolutions Chairman of the County Committee at the skillful manner in which they con canal to keep out intruders. Well, I County and State of Florida, will meetat

were ducted the defense. will make it than old the Clerk's office in the Court-house,
offered hope they stronger
;,.,Nt": by Mr. A. Brady and unan- once. The present District Committeesto Titusville, said County and State, on the

; .t: 1nouslyadopted. arrange for said election and continuein Quarautlr rotten iron cog-wheels, and fix it so thatit 15th day of September, A. D. 1888, at

The Chairman elected Xotice. will take more than two men and a 11 o'clock a. m. to draw the Grand and
or in his absence, anyjj office until their sucessors are
N'Ji. to members of the Executive Commit- -Ordered by the Executive Committee, Quarantine is hereby declared by this handspike to break it and throw it out Petit Jurors to serve at the regular Fall

F Board against Jacksonville and surround- beside of their little, old pole-bridge that Term of Circuit Court, 7th Judicial
meet-6 Brevard County.D. ing points. Persons intending to visit Circuit of the State of Florida, to be
r],' committee. L. GAUu EN. Chairman.J. Dade County should provide themselveswith somebody threw out on the banks of the held in and for the County of Brevard,

,\\qJ) tJe ArJ.y member shall have the right to F. WOOTEN. Secretary. unexceptional health certificates, canal one morning before breakfast, and on the 15th day of October, A. D. 1888,

L eJ Presented!> by other member of as otherwise they may be subjected to did not use much exertion at that. the same being the third Monday thereof.
the> any Take notice and be governed accord
mittee of the citizens of Charlotte Har- or annoyance.For The Company said that these reserved
." l on his own request. Some the Board of Health of Dade Co., ingly.
,, .: Uoa carried to.adjourn, sine die. bor have discovered that a spoonfull of Fla. lands could be settled upon with perfect Witness my hand and seal, this 10th

, .,:) Taos. A. JONES. Chairman. !1 kerosene poured in the bud of a scrub RICHARD B. POTTER, M.D., Pres. safety, but the settler may have to wait day of September,A. D. 1888.A. .

,f';N.! B. R. WILSON. Secretary. palmetto will kill it. Lake Worth, Fla., Aug. 15, 1888. ten or twelve years, or perhaps a little .,A. STEWART, Clerk.ea .

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who always gets his own allotted tal543 3IALABAK CIGAR FACTORY.II. PIONEER
HAWKS AND HYDROPHOBIA.The glaciers similar tp"thoseT which exist on done and volunteers to "job around" a COOPERAGESyrup
the earth but of an extent far greater,
little extra or to help others-who puts C. Starck, Proprietor. Barrels $2.25.
Advanced Practical and that the movements and crevassesare
Theory by a
his mind and into his la-
Observer-Is He Correct? much more pronounced. This hypothesis energies :Manufacturer of fine Havana and Domestic Gauged to order, ten cents extra.
bor-the industrious assiduous
I captured and raised a nest of young I as M. Fizeau claims, accords prompt, Cigars. Trade supplied with fine
and ambitious is Wheelwrighting and
hawks. One female survived and became I perfectly with our present knowledge of the willing who employe his hand made goods. Orders promptly filled. Repairing

tame, following me devotedly. the planet. We know, first, that the ployers'one confidence gains and affections em-, Factory Malabar, Fla. 28 C. O. B.

around my garden. She learned to eat seasons are twice as long as on the earth; i
"cut worms" and was of very great service second, that the force of gravity is feeble; who is intrusted with responsibilities Honey barrels and Oval' Water Urn u*
who receives promotion and who, at Budded Trees For SaleAt from :!.OO
also birds is up.
in consequence. She kept third, that the temperature probably 5,000
from my strawberries, and by catching much lower than that of the earth; and, I length, carries into business of his own Tanksand
the thrift and success which he had displayed Low Prices.
mice and young cats protected my chickens. fourth, that the atmosphere is less de-

She would not permit a dog to veloped than that of the earth, less : in the business of others. Such I 60,000 in Nursery. kinds of COOPEI WOIK t''ti'l.-r
ex-I do
come on my grcunds. The way iu tended, and consequently less able to men not T. JOIISO.LaGranze :\,
Do lebL This is the
not run into Apply to W. H. SHARPE,
effect heat.
which she treated them and the sorb and preserve the solar '
warning which all who discuss the sub- : : Florid.
her treatment produced may throw some ence. City Point, Fla.
ject give to men. The employe or
the blindness and madness
light on Chinese Dog Skin Industry. man in business who lived: within his income Opened for the Season.?
foxes and wolves, and possibly bo a F. GRAY.
The rearing of dogs for their skins is is a free and independent citieen. B.
clew to a cause of madness in dogs. .teman who i. interested in hn .>
pursued in China just as sheep farming He who owes a debt is a slave. The "t
Her method with dogs was peculiarand welfare! will IIC pleased 1 ta know tha.
must have been hereditary, as she is in Australia. There are thousands of i debtor who cannot pay, or dislikes to Watch Maker and Jeweller.Shop .

small and farms scattered crawls; he is in bondage: he has a ANDREW GIBSON
had had no training. When she observed dog goat over I, pay at John M. Dixon's Drug Store. Titusville, Ka
the northern districts of Manchuria and I master: he may be insulted and cannot
her she would thrust out
a dog near I Keeps the fine-t to be f onil
resent it. kicked and cannot return it ALL WORK WARRANTED. oysters >nTitusvillc
her head, draw up one foot out of sight Mongolia. Nature has provided a mag- ;
and drop her wings. If the dog ad- nificent protection to withstand the cold he becomes a liar and a dodger; he feels ,

would of these northern latitudes, where the mean, acts mean and is mean. The man ISTAUMAISPSNEWSPAPER
vanced to attack her she spring
into the air by a quick movement of her thermometer (Fahrenheit) goes down to who is out of debt walks upright; the

wings, and catch the dog by the end of ,, 25 degs. below zero-that is, 57 degs. of light is on his forehead; he is as good as \ SUBSCRIPTION AGENCY I

the nose, using the foot that had been frost-and it is doubtful if the dog skins II the best and better than the most of his: Plain and Fancy Cake made t4' inir:.

hidden under her breast feathers. On I in any other part of the world are to be kind. Keep out of debt 1 Clucago Jour- THE PIONEER AGEXCY.For JlalrS Jirtatl aivay on iiamtAl I

this she supported her weight steadyingher compared with those that come from I I nal. terms and sample copies: addressCHAS.H.NAUMAX -o a tlrstcla"IJnrber !OM'lattacb..i.!. i
with her wings and threateningeither Manchuria or Mongolia, either in size,
I Mark Twain's Queer Method Meals at Jill hour, from .". i
that should I witnessed length of hair or quality. The fur is at a.m. t. n p. tr
eye open. Mark Twain writer in the Parties de&jrnjr to leave ou morning tau
her encounters with two small lapdogs, its best during the winter, and the dog is was a queer I Haulover P. O., Brevard county, Fla. boats and hack will plea?!'! note this.THELOflP" .
the thaw in which is days when he composed steadily, and al-
killed before sets
a large fighting black and tan, bull terrier -. ----- --- -- --- --

and a very large buff English mas- I effected, not by the knife, which might though he calls himself a lazy man, and I :TE'7IS "
is certainly moderation of speed and
the fur but :
tiff. Each dog gave up on his third experience injure by strangulation.It .
with her talons. The small is difficult to understand how the manner personified, yet ho was capableof cnnimamlctl

dogs disappeared from town. No one farmers can rear the animals for the I prolonged sittings at his desk, in which DELIONICO HOTEL C.\PT.\IX .JOllX MCLEAN.hJ" 1
the mental labor was intense and exhausting -
knew where they went to. The terrier price they obtain for the hides. To provide Makes regular trips ou Indian hire:.
ran to his master's blacksmith shop, a. well made dog skin rug at least though no evidence of it appeared SIlIC.lIUS A FULL n.l'Lor
animals must whichat in the composition. Sometimes COCOA, INDIAN RIVER, FLA.
where he retired behind tho forge. eight slaughtered,
an idea struck him that he thought worth Groceries Dry Goods
three taels of inches ,
Soon his master, Mr. James P. Hill, per rug eighty by Newly Furnished Rooms Good Tatle.
"Waterville, Me., came and asked me sixty-three inches would allow not quite developing, and ho brooded it and clucked Canned (;joDth,

He had wit- fifty-five cents dog, including thesewing I to it like a hen to a chick. He reveledin Terms S% Day.
and the per :
to go see dog. : per
it and rolled it about for days like a Hats Boots and Shoes.Ladies'
etc. for the skins must ,
nessed the fight with me only a few minutes choosing, ,
before. On reaching the shop I fairly match in color. The flesh, however I sweet morsel under his tongue, and then Spw.5 rates by the week or month. Shoes iu great variety ; Print il;
with big sheets of blue ho set it
is doubt used for human food paper i
found his dog cowering behind tho forgein no ; m new patterns low prir c. .
market value thereof enters down in this way and that, writing it I WI. JAIIV1S, l'rop'r.The .
a pool of water, and as wet as though largely
a bucket of water had been thrown upon into the farm's profit and loss account. diagonally across the sheet lengthwise, I yc'tmt Jloitxc to Sttmalftfd Landing. Reafly-MJe Clottini, Mel ArtictaXOTIOXS.
or with a piece of black setting it
him. I said to his master, "I would not When a girl is married she receives per- crayon .
down on a piece of cardboard. Thus
him ho is haps six dogs as her dowry.LondonStandard.
throw ,
water frightened
"on some of the immortal treasures of Mark WM. H. SHARPE ,5<3P For the cash cmly g{
Ho replied: have not ,
enough now. Match 15, 16 Cm.
Twain were first nursed before they were
thrown him that is sweat the
any on ; -
first I ever saw from a dog, and that is Called Her a "Sclxx Lady." put into cold typo.-New York EveningSun. C. II. SCOTT,

what I wanted you to come fQr." I "Don't call me a school pirl. I just REAL ESTATE AGENT .

saw the dog a few days after, with a i hate it," said a little miss just fresh froma I. Casting Pipes of Glass. I II }: \* TUIN11AIIMKESSINJ

thick viscid saliva hanging to his mouth, I Toronto boarding school the other day.I of diameter ; SA LOO.
Although glass pipes large
leaning against some infant school children thought of the discussion over the term FOIl
I f have not been
I as yet successfully pro
looking into their faces, receiving I. "shop girl," and of the preference some :'! duced, the opinion has been expressed by If you want a clean and ca>y iiav-
of the employes in our dry goods stores CITY POINT.Lands As clean barker
their caresses and acting very restlessly. I those engaged in the manufacture of as evvrgavt,
Knowing his savage nature-the man'sown had expressed for the term "sales ladies." i I Ju.-t call on me at my saloon,
glass on a large scale that the time is not
children could not caress him up to "Very well, my dear," said I, "I suppose I far distant when some method of casting sold on long time with interest, or At morning, eve, or afternoon

the fight with tho hawk-I went and you and the other little school ladiesare : such pipes satisfactorily and cheaply will on the lease system, or for cash.. \ I'll cut and comb your hair with *!-. '..
real glad to have the summer holi-
called him into my garden and quietly be devised; and it is believed that madein To suit the contour of your fur:

ended his troubles with my pistol. days come. The littlo minx looked I similar form to the present cast iron To you I'll give a ;'",.1 1'I.3oIMI-,
teased and and Lands cleared and and cared for
The mastiff noble dog of rare puzzled, finally disgusted, planted,
was a
I pipes, with some suitable mechanism for The art of which is i known !" irs
qualities intelligent, docile and for twenty-four hours I called her a if desired ; by contract or otherwise.
obedient, would very run errands better thana 'school lady," till she begged for mercy a joint, and of malleable glass, a water My S"Ci>: or's harp, my ramrV ktf: :.
would thus be formed which
boy, and never played truant. He and for a return to the good old term pipe to Refer to E. M. Breese, Detroit, Mich.; My shop is a ways neat and clean,

was owned by a gentleman Winslow, "school girl." I wonder if there arc any there could scarcely be an objection. Jno. C. Norwood, Titusville, Fla.; B. "". Ami everything I'm sure you'll fiwl.

little school ladies in Buffalo.Buffalo Strong, tough, smooth and indestructible, and J. 8trasTazewell Court House, Va.; To suit the taste and pieaFe i tlun.imi-
)le., who said $100 would be no tempta-
and made of material that found
a w
tion (ur him to part with the dog. I New !i almost anywhere, it is thought not improbable and A. Becker, Montreal, Canada, for .\uI1noW' to all who patronize: lUt'041. I

I was called upon by this gentleman 1 I Indians as Marksmen. j, that, in time whenever a largo whom I have made groves.Important Just come along and brine y('ur frir..i
for professional services. His dog came And I aspire von I will try
' I Generally speaking, the Indian i is not I j quantity of pipe is required in any ono : ;n-l bt-.t -.satiHOFFMAN'S-i 1It3
with huii. Knowing the hawk's love My to :
furnace will be erected and
locality, a to All 1
marksman his white
accurate a as .
for a fight, I asked the man to bning the the pipes be there made.Boston Tran- ------ --
dog in. He wanted to know why. I I brother. He does not seem to understand I I The StralMIlJ
told him. "I want to see the bird that : how to use his gun sights: to ad- I I f -

said he and. vantage. Still, he is far more successful to the Outburst.A I i For the SOia.
can whip my dog, seeing, I Objected The most important crop in :South
nothing would do but "see the feathersfly. in hunting as, being thoroughly conversant leading English judge is hard of Most productive, large 0'
with the habits and customs of Florida is the Orange and SEEDLING J
." He did not see a feather disturbed I bearing, and recently, it is said, there was crop everyone the Lest quality ana

but his noblo dog, after the third bout, different animals, he displays great ingenuity II frequent applause during the hearing ofa should endeavor to secure a good I

ran for home, and the man could not and skill in planning his attack case before him. He silenced it several Unequalled for Market.

stop him. The next week he came I and invariably brings down his game. i times but after a while came an \"arictyof orange in planting a grove. _i offer strong plants, m Large and*u.;&.. jiua:

again. He had shot the dog "011 the Pipe of Peace. i outburst louder than ever, and in great To do this, and get such fruit &s havetaken ties at reasonable l\ricu.1 and JAl'AN MII-

verge of madness." "A changed dog," I Danger in Small Fruit" I indignation he exclaimed: 'These demonstrations of State LEES CATLKY; all the fil'AVAs fnt.t nu-oJ: .. ID tCf"tl h-d'k)

"all afraid of him," "no longer mind." Can people swallow seeds and the pits i are most unseemly I If they premiums at many our plants : forty varieties of mi'AKf ORAMiETHKKS

"When I got home," said he, "I found of fruit with impunity? It is a topic continue I shall have the court cleared at Fairs and at the New Orleans Expo- ,, ,LK3ION.S* : LIMES. rUAddrt8 '

the dog liotl come straight home and that may be more important than othersof once I" But the noise the judge had r -
crawled in behind a pile of wood, whichI more apparent weight.! The slightest heard was a peal of thunder from a storm :Mtion buy your trees from C. B. Ma- SJ.JlJ\LJLtJs* / } 1rFT7,

had to take down to get him out. The amount of physiological knowledge I that had suddenly sprung up.NewYork gruder & Son, Eockledge, Fla. 20tl : Gre"lalul. l>uail ri.nutv.. tI.l'brida..

dog, and the ground about him, were as might he supposed to bar the swallowingof Sun. --
wet as though a bucket of water had cherry stones, yet a young woman t

been thrown there; his eyes were bloodshot died in this neighborhood the other day For the BIu< eam*. SANTA LUCIA Passenger Department.

: and he growled and showed his from peritonitis, caused by such indul- Three thousand little sand crabs from I

, ,/ teeth, a thing ho was never known to do gences. This violent form of seed swal- the New Jersey coast have been sent to Is located in that magnificent Tropical DeBARY & PEOPLE'S LINE

before. I had to kill him for we were lowing, however, maybe considered as a Europe. They will be placed in mu- Forest that lies between the Indian and
t afraid of him. I hat told him what seums of natural history connected with
all little apart from the real inquiry, since it St. Lucie Rivers, and is laid off by STEJAlKERS.J .
result would be still I could not schools, where they will be studied as
: i the help is: not exactly common, though doubtless streets sixty feet wide, into three acre
: feeling sorry for him, and saying so. much sickness and not a few casualtiesare specimens of diminutive Crustacea.Chicago .- blocks, and smaller lots, which will be 1!

! i Well, it was no fault of yours. If I caused by it. But what of smaller Herald. sold reasonably to actual settlers. This

had not seen the fight I could not have seed swallowing? region is winterJess and frostIes, and is

' thought it possible. I would not have It is not the size of these foreign substances I Female Street Car Conductors. in the land of the cocoanut and pineapple,

! taken $100 that day for the dog. It was that is the consideration, but I They have female street car conductors where all the Tropical Fruits flourish. :

I a pretty fight and worth the cost."-G. their bulk when swallowed in quantity. I in Valparaiso, and the street cars are Address, with stamp,

L .F. Waters, M. D., in The Swiss Cross. One would hesitate about swallowing the double deckers. The average Chilian is

E small handful of pits contained in a I t a rough character, haughty, arrogant, W H. BAKER Wafelanil Dade Co Jacksonville,
I Summer Camp for Invalids. moderate bunch of grapes-they make impertinent and abusive, and the country City of :

: But perhaps the most curious, and cer- quite a formidable showing-yet theyare I has more intemperance than any otherin FLORID 5:. CAITAIX w..1. SHAW.

t f tainly the most pathetic of our summer all the same, swallowed in eating I South America, and quarrels and mur-
t colonies out of doors is that which is recruited the and der. The young bloods flirt with the Jact.onville ct'lltSatur.1-
grapes, possibly pack in the THE MUSIC HOUSE OF FLORIDA Daily irom
, i
from the Whenever
I hospitals. a stomach or bowels entirely indigestiblemass I female conductors and make the cars a I

I hospital has a garden attached to it you of woody fiber. As to yet smaller nuisance. These female conductors wear EL B. Plant,

' will.find tents pitched on the grass. In seeds the process is precisely similar, depending -I a uniform of blue flannel, with a Pan- I

_some cases they will be large army tents, only on the quantity of such ama hat and white pinafore with many CAPT. I. C. HALL,

i and through their open flaps you may eaten. The seeds of blackberries are pockets, reaching from the breast to the A. B. CAMPBELL Daily from :Sanford: except Soc 'f I ION
see rigid figures stretched on mattresses
enormous in size and quantity comparedwith ankles. The Chilian women are not

k on the floor, while neat and noiseless the pulp, and in eating a comfort- pretty, and many of them are of a. Saxon' Jacksonville Fla. .

nurses pass to and fro among them. In ably largo saucerful of this fruit one mixture. Criminals and castaway wo- ST. JOHN'sRIVtjR.S'hpdllleJla

; other instances they will be roofs of canvas swallows the equivalent in seeds of thoseof men wear a kind of nun costume, and ,. 2 A' 1S.s7'
under whose shelter feeble white thus advertised. Women who have
are .
a large portion of grapes, or of a nuniber assns.SOC'IH.
faced men and women swing in cots or of cherry stones. But are we, then, been false to their marriage vows some- LA: LIS6. ANN

hammocks. The New York hospital has to bar small fruits as a diet Scarcely, times go to a convent and whip themselves I will Sell and Deliver at your nearest Lean.3:0 : .JacbonnU" g:*a s

one of its spacious roofs covered with but more prudence can be exercised.: literally.-Cincinnati Enquirer. station First-Class ":00 pm pm Toco1 U.bra.a r
canvas awnings beneath which patients 9:00 Palatka ,.. r
They should be eaten in moderation, I PIn I 19 :-'
who are beginning to mend are quar- Aconite In Soda Water.Bzwwoan c0 pIn' liolleston 19ao/.
early in the day rather than at night 1:00 Wdab .
tered, in order to have nature assist in The rejoinder be made that this ., Conn., Sept I.-Horace PI.A.1'TOSOR 12:00 PIn-m d t Georgetown >:=WFTHF.

the cure. It is a very recent institution, may has Biship, aged fifteen, and Charles Applebee, 1.2:25 a In \'olum 1Jt.; r
stony dissipation for
going .
this summer encampment of the sick on sixteen,drank soda water at a drug store here 2;.;,0 am Astor S.* ?rl:45
ages; so it has, and much mischief has amDd.and Landing J r
/: r
but it is I told Thursday night. The blundering clerk put
established !
am already 4:10 am lane vpriagArrive.
undoubtedly marched hand in hand withit.
tincture of aconite in the soda instead of i
valuable of the r
as ft part of OR..GArqSrOR 2m 1
process cure.
The trouble is that few of the It is clear, at least, that persons with syrup, and within thirty minutes his two 8:00 a In Enterprise wbarfh9:30 l.ft,.
hospitals impaired alimentary should make The 9:00 a nJ Fanford.CitT J'IJ,.
j organs victims weredead. clerk Is in jaiLS. .
have spare ground enough to carry out the works of those LKFS MONEY than any other house in the am" Sanford S. F. B.
parts as as possi- .
easy United State
always guarantee instruments to
the plan properly. Some, too, which ble, and not load them with quantities of G. W. Benjamin ei-cainister to Persia, be as eprerented. I Will ship a Piano or Organ to -CO OC1mOs-.U TOCOi with St. JobLs >
have the space, are so hedged in by indigestible matter.-Philadelphia Tele- has settled down to his old life of art and let- any honest man or woman on trial, and it not at PalatU with l10rida Southern JWlw"'l.
other buildings that the sanitary value o"f I ters. He has been painting a number c/ satisfactory, I will pay freight both ways. $25 ton with St. John' and }itiws B1nr >ta0'a,.
graph. cash and (10 a month a Piano, and $10 cash and guns:
their is and is his at Attor with 8t John Deiad ,
open air seriously impaired.- marine pictures lately, now on way $5 a month on an Organ till paid for-not much with aadSt sets
AlfredThimble in Pittsburg Bulletin. Road to Business Success. to Florida to amass material for a history of more than ordinary rent. On these very liberal at Railroad DeUnd at Landin lilac Sprig sdthRailway B- 00.' l.C II t"
that btae that is: soon to be published by a terms anyone can own a instrument. Send for at DnterpriM with .A- C. ..
The Canals"' of 3Iars. 1 As to the young men in business employments Boston house. Next winter 110 intends total FREE CATALOGUE containing full Information. Railroad;, for Htn ilteJ at 5anlcT:.wa d'
their way to success to rise Sheet Music String, Violin. Banjos, Guitars Accordeoiis Railroad for Tampa:; lJaf'
S. F.
At recent of the Paris studio and devote mach of his timo to the t
a meeting Academy -
in rank, to become and : a and in fact, every Musical: Instrument steamer 1L\RG.UUT. rW&I a-
of Sciences there was presented a managers I' intinjj.Seabrin. that is made and at very low prices. Send for complete for points 00 Tamp oythel 1lPatH std
finally owners-is briefly but aptly de- I have 20.000 pieces of Choice Lins aaJOLIVETIE
series of of the Mars cobbler Catalogues. with the Plant ttlmfhiPt Tat
drawings planet eccentric- iuJef.yrsoa
Stroke, h1J
Po'tter. an books of Choice or at
scribed by Mr. O. W. The clerkor Music at 10 cents per copy. 5,000 and \ artN
made by M. Perrotin, director of the observatory oth employe who is little Go., who rtill: kee; at his trade, Music at 10 cents per copy. 6,000 Books of Choice Havana ev.ry Honda and TbUy'and Ha....y W
at Nice. In tho discussion a although *.t years old is a \-e ('rnu ct tkne Vocal and Instrumental Music at 50 cents and 25 Key Wed Tnetdayn and Fddal': J '
ahead of time, rather than behind time Cents. Any piece of sheet music published at 2s "
which followed, M. Fizeau offered an ex- war lie beat u dram in Jata'x cmy at I day Saturda.5BUT
at his desk or other of to50 per cent below publishers prices. Books of S W,dne i
post duty-who I
planation of the singular canals observedon tho battle of New Orlcais, tour it m the pieces each sheet music size 10 cent Send for I every .
the surface of Mars, which resemble lingers instead of hastening Its the signalto llcic.1fir atd 1"d r.i::& ("no:1t ti'r ;u.ta; Catalogue. .. c. IIALEa-pasaecgetAL .11e B&r1 Lbew
"knock off" comes-who takes less ; t H..hl.l. t'1.: .,.' u: tti General
canals used for The tic w.r c'' :) '
slightly which irrigation. instead of more than his time at lunch, vry'l :, :"' ; .ak:3 '.-1 : ,1VJ u ;.ix '.s rose A. B. Campbell, Jacksonville, Fla. .u. DAVWSO f. : .... FtOr ..IJ8"
ho is
gives that
explanation on during off hours and during [Mention this (0-lyr. General trSIkAet.
.vacations Ltl )
tie surface of Mars Ybero must be large L.t :.r .3, = ::. .. paper.


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NATIVES OF MARTINIQUE. till one-quarter beTorerU,but really the Her a particle of good. 1 also knew the alls back to the rear of the pro ssio.. O. 3"Hardware. :HECTOR,

Ii twilight is so bright that one can read case of a young fellow, a student at one While the pug is a stylish looking dog

q peeGllaI' Type of Physical B* ntjr AXllendln with ease all night. No doubt this has of the colleges, who had been tak n with and decidedly aristocratic in his behavior -

A of Races, much to do in maturing the harvest so consumption. He was so weak that be he has quite a phlegmatic tem- and

Thai you begin to look about you at i rapidly in the few months of summer.- had to be assisted up the stairs into the perament; but since he has begun to run

f{' the black, brown and yellow faces that Oar. Detroit Free Press. slaughter house. But it didn't help him. counter to fashion's decree he will degenerate -

'Y'' Ira studying you curiously from beneath After awhile he stopped coming, and the and become as common as other General Produce

yellow striped Madras turbans, or Tea and Coffee. next thing I heard of him he was dead. dogs. Five or ten dollars will buy a fine

the n under the shadow of mushroomi Tea and coffee are not foods. If ibis For persons who are really consumptiveI pug pup now. Two years ago$50 would

i ped straw hats large as umbrellas. pair of moderate stimulants were lost don't believe any amount of blood not purchase the same dog. One thing MERCHANT.

watching the bare backs, tere shoulders, :I from off the face of the earth today and would do. But persons who are simply in the pug's favor will always make hima

bare legs and arms and feet, you find I forever they would not take away an : debilitated, with proper diet and erer- I I popular household pet-there has never Melbourne, Florida

that the colors of flesh are more varied ounce of physical prosperity. They do cise and regular living, are much benefited yet been a case of hydrophobia from the
than the colors of fruits. blood." bite of one of these little pets, and they
and surprising no good-are simply cumberers the by drinking Chicago Her- kind and A. M. Hamilton & Co.,
are decidedly affectionate to the
with fruit colors that
And it k only table that add to nothing save expense.-
skin tints can compared children.-Globe-Democrat. TTTUSTILIiE, FLORIDA,
many of these Iowa Democrat. -.--_. -- I
stall, the only terms of comparison used The Death of Cleopatra.Dr. .
Wholesale Dealers in
DRINKING To Have a DIg Globe.
colored people themselves being WARM BLOOD. Viaud Grand-Marais of Nantes
by the ,
Students of the earth's surface Kill be
of this kind. such as peau-sapotille. has been holding an inquest on the sud-
terms *' The ConAUL""eA Swallow a Pint EachDay anxious to see the huge globe that is to Indian River Oysters
"sapoU fikin. sapota or sapotille -Of den death of Cleopatra. He rejects the
be exhibited
HeneGt. next in the Champs de ,
brown fruit, with a rind that her death caused the
juicy theory was by ,
is A Site was a slight and Mars Paris. It will rotate
pale girl, thoughthe properly on
human cuticle I
satiny l like a and bite of viper.. She was accustomed to FISH
when air was balmy, a shiver ran through an axis, and will be accurately con-
color and
the test the effects of various poisons her I
just her frame. As she put the silver goblet on structed on a scale of onemillionth.Even .
mulatto skin. Bat Green Turtle and Game.
ripe, of a fine among which slaves, in order ascertain which caused I
nail breeds anon had been filled with hot at that it will be a tremendous
i think the death. shown that
I easiest
brighter Having
the blood, down on the blood besmeared thing and give considerable of an idea cl All orders will receive prompt antI careful at-
much fruit like
the colors are more ; there no viper was found in the room of the tention, whether by telegraph,
board it could be seen that the vessel the of the world we live in.
was appearance
are gourd tints, banana tints-orange col- fair suicide that her body presented no letter or person. IT ,
The Herald.
empty. maiden with the -Chicago
ors with occasionaljflushes of pink show- pallid traces of bites, and that her two maidservants

ing through, like the first pink of the cheeks smacked her lips and then said, were found dead or dying at the Geo. E. Chase
in low ,
a sweet voice to the burly butcher
mango. Agreeable to the eye the darker before her foot of her bed, he comes to the conclu- Registration. ,

tints certainly are. and often very re- "That blood; tasted sion that her death was caused by carbonic The Registration books will be open

markable, all tones of bronze being represented day." especially good to- i oxide.-Bulletin General de Then in each and every District in Brevard' Chandler

; but the brighter hues are absolutely apeutiquo. the first in Ship
"Will you have another miss?" I Bounty, on Monday Septem-
beautiful in certain half breed
I her and close the last in
"Yes, 1 think I will." Poisons of the Toilet. on Saturday ,

types, coolie and quadroon. Standing The butcher disappeared, but ho was The modern toilet artist deals in the September, proceeding the first Monday

perfectly naked at doorways, or playing back in an instant. "That will just strongest drugs poisons and stimulants.She in October. Owing to the subdivisionof llont and \cssc Supplies, nil kind
naked in the sun, astonishing children Patent Anchors Chains Blocks
old and
the election Districts:; the
make a pint today he remarked he will offer and
be seen-banana colored and as you gentian cocoa as Canvass, Galvanized Wire
may poured the dark life fluid rich and reek- to the force and making of new election Districts, by the
colored babies. But there is one peculiartype fillips nervous genteel Hope, nil sizes, Tents,
ing, into the girl's silver goblet. She "pick-me-ups," and women will take County Commissioners, and to comply Spruce Ladders
totally unlike all the rest the skin
; drank it with Then she them that with election law, passed by the last Legislature Copjici Paints 1-2 t
exquisite metallic yellow, a perfect apparent gusto. ignorant they are spendinglife gal's, sal's qtj*
is an the and black turned, without speaking a word, left double tides, and using up in two or every citizen should register and Spar Varnish, gaps, 1-2 gal'sgtspts.
gold tone; eyes are long ; the get his certificate of registration. Oils and Leads, all kinds.
intensely dark and lustrous hair falls gloomy building, and a moment three brilliant years the nervous force

the the neck in a heavy mass of thick, later was whirling homeward in a car- that should carry them safely through a DISTRICT KiOISTP.ATIOX OFFICER F. W DEVOH & CD'S READY MIXED PAINTS
over I In fact anything for Building Sailing boat*. 3Hart's
riage.It score. You are offered corrosive sublimate -
curls that show blue in .
rich, glossy lights No. 1 LaGrange.W.N. JIcndr .
I was early morn. The sun had risen (under another and prettier name) ) Block 90 East
the sun.I 2 Titui'yille.T. P. Blake. Bay St.,
of this and I but a short span above the horizon, and as a face wash, sovereign for refining the ,
cannot speak comely extraordinary -
its golden rays fell slantingly on the complexion, and you may buy arsenic "a, City Pdint.A. J. Whitlock. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.LUDOEN .
type without translating apassage 4 llockledge .......Chas. Hammond.
stock ---
the bonbons blanc ad-
yards on ungainly dimen to produce the mat
from Dr. J. J. J. Cornilliac, an & BATES SOUTHERN
5) Ran Ga11ie..G. B. Snell. MUSIC HOUSE.
sions of the slaughter house on Halsted mired in certain circles, and overlay your ,
eminent Martinique physician, who recently and G. Malabar,........ ......E. B. Arnold.
where face with lead lotions and which
Forty-second streets, the killing powders,
valuable series
published a most of cattle 7, Barkers Bluff,...'Valter Kitdling..C I
: had just been resumed. make short work of paralyzing the
upon the ethnology, climatology and history The I 8, St. Lucie,..............James Paine. PIIAOSORCASf
young lady with the consumptivelook muscles and painting the dreaded "blue
of the Antilles. In these he writes: 0 Eden.Thos.' E. Richards. Q
had done line" of lead the and ,
merely what a great poisoning on gums
the of the
"When, among populations "
10< Fort Drum.Jolm Swain.
many others in search of restored health lips. Foolish girls see the dead white .
Antilles, we first notice those remark- have done before actress' 11, :Narrows,...............E. L. Gray.
her, and are doing complexion worn by venture
able metis whose olive skins, elegant and 12, Gcorgiana,........Chas. M.igriuler.
fine and I every day-drank the blood of freshly some creatures, who would sign their
slender figures, straight profiles, 13 Merritt Island.Thos.II.Sanders.
regular features remind us of the inhabi- slaughtered animals in the belief that its souls away, supposing them to own such ,
14 Canaveral.h
invigorating, nourishing properties will things, for a new grace, and feel sure enry
tants of :Madras or Pondicherry we ask "
If Haulover .....Chas. H. :Nauman.
cure them of their ills and that this there can't be any harm in it, for she ,
ourselves in wonder-while full of looking and at healthy blood will take the place of the looks lovely, and says she never felt bet- 1(5(;, Otter Creek..J. W. Swain. Mid-Summer SaleBUY
their long a strange "
W. :
eyes, :i\Iebourm..D.
17 McQuaig.S.
in her
the thin serous fluid they themselves havelost. ter life. But they do not see the
gentle melancholy (especially among
women), and at the black, rich, silky Tho young lady is the only daughtercf terrible closing experience of such lives F. GRAY,

gleaming hair curling in abundance over wealthy parents living on Prairie of folly, which are known only to doctors Supervisor of Registration.

the temples and falling in profusion over avenue. She goes to the slaughter house and agonized friends. Idiocy, dropsy, NOW
every morning before breakfast and are the kindest finale, but death in some
the neck-to what human race can be- .
in which thereis drinks from half a pint to a pint of form is the penalty you must all pay who 1'R1,. .rhe EUYUKS'.GUIDE is AND PAY WHEN
long this E.ingular'ariety, :+;**. i'iRue.i March II'1 ept.,
blood."I. begin the arsenic habit. You hear that v' ,
a dominant characteristic that seems ; .;!, ercli Je guess it's doing her good," said the bismuth powders and lotions are harm- l't.s: ;:.. ttu lorl1\ of tij,-';it 1'iinr.
shows and --- - --
indelible, and always more i ; COTTON IS SOLD.MIDSUMMER
more strongly in proportion as the typo foreman, who had waited on her. hedoesn't less, and they appear so in nine cases out r'.....;. ,'!'., ,']:I to- :\Ll "., t.\ r. .r- .
**.- > <;.U; .he Juxur t.x cr ihoNV"
look of ten. But the effect in the .;?
she did :
is further removed from the African ele- so pale now as a unlucky : -. ;* :1.- ',-:--liro oi; llJrf.V3
month She was looking like a tenth case is so much like poisoning no .. .. .
ment. It is the Carib blood, blended ago. ("II: I,;.. "' .: .1 ,Iani'a yt.t.with
with blood of Europeans and of blacks, shadow, just ready to waste away, the ono can tell the difference. But few stopto ;.1 .oJ". '.';: :-.t ). .Lo..l 'li16:.'\r..:'try r OFFER.
first time I saw her. She told mo she think that the sallow, deadened com- i'.."..o:." '-i !t\ i',.IN'i. ? ttI.Ce, .eep,
which in spite of all subsequent cross- had been dissipating too much last win- plexion left in a few years by the use of '(i:, 1st.. im..t. --L.. ;:,. \i ,:'.:uch, _
and in of the fact that it has .
ings spite ...
0" ::.L:; :L' ,.1):1. 7.i1.1 \ r'1'it+ :01765,
ter going to balls and and not bismuth powders and washes is produced
Klrst-ClnHS EManoa und
not been renewed for more than two 8'YhM .u..1 r.u' fti''M'". .1'1. :il ure out 1,000
hundred years, still conserves, as re- getting her regular sleep, and living by atrophy of the skin vessels, and is, whc.r i.. rrqur.i 10 .le &..11 th".>* things Orxrasi to be old in June, July,

markedly as at the time of the first inter- under too much excitement. She'll pull in fact, death at the surface.-Shirley COr iOin.3f. "nJ you c,'n :IU\K S fair August Cash rices and, Payable September, at hpot
Dare's Letter. estimate ol the value of tho 3UYKRB'
through, though I have no doubt.
blending, the race characteristic that in- 1MAXOS, $25 CASH DO VX.
This is of GUIDE, which will be rent upon ORGANS, $IO CAHII' DOWN,
young woman one a score or
reveals its in the bloodof
variably presence receipt of 10 cents to pay obtage,
more who indulge regularly in the same The Luxury of Today. and the balance next November
whose veins it
being through
every MONTGOMERY WARD & CO. :2Nt, without Interest or advance
practice. Oddly enough it is not the Now the of for the last
flows. growth luxury 111-114 Michigan Avenue, Chicago,I1L in Price. All our Pianos and Or-
All this population vigorous, grace- large slaughter houses in tho stock yards half century has been very great and gnus included in this sole, our

ful, healthy; all you see passing by are themselves, but the smaller ones outside very general. We do not merely mean Cheapest. and Your our choice Iett.from No ten cx.cCptloll *

well made; there are no sickly faces, no the gates to which those debilitated or that the rate of living has advanced. Notice of Election.To leading>>: makers and over 300

scrawny limbs. If by some rare chance consumptive sufferers go as to a Meccaof This of itself is not necessarily to be de- the Sheriff( Brevard County, Florida. Styles and I'rlces.

encounter a who has lost an promise. There arc a half dozen plored in any class, and in some classesis
you person -SUMMER BARGAINS 1888-
that I John L. CRAWFORD
be almost certain slaughter houses on Archer avenue and a matter for serious congratulation.That ye ,
arm or a leg, you can of State of the state of Florida
Secretary ,
you are looking at a victim of the fer de Halsted street and the other thoroughfares an agricultural laborer, for instance, do notice that New Makers, New Instrument, New
hereby give
lance-tho serpent whose venom putrefies around. They are away from thorough should be able to procure more food, bet- Styles,New Prices,Great Improvements

f living tissue Without fear of exagger- crush and bustle of the stockyards ter clothing, better housing, and better GENERAL ELECTION in our Lower Priced Instrument

ating facts, I can venture to say that the I uninfected by the whoop and yell education for his children than he could Large purchases enable us to offer Ke-
muscular development of the workingmen of the cowboy and the coarse oaths of fifty years ago is a matter to rejoice over, will he heM in Urevard County, State of duced Prices. Here are samples.

here is something which must be the drovers. To these the timid womenin and state of things to secure by every Florida, on Tuesday next succeeding the .... .

seen in order to be believed; to study fine search cf blood repair, and there they proper means. What we mean is, that first Monday in November, A. D. 1888 A. OR PIANO, swas-: S1zea Up.d'

displays of it, one should watch the blacks drink their fill. A few of them go there the scale of comfort deemed necessary by the said Tuesday being the U 2 SStrinsr. Beautiful RosewoodwU
later in the day but the most of them class has enormously Take Case, Full Rich Tone. Guaranteo
and half-breeds working naked to the I every grown. SIXTH DAY OF NOVEMBER, perfrvt aud durable. Maktr't Price,
waist-on the landings in the gas houses are on band in the early morning. Men, I the upper classes. The great houses

and. slaughter houses or on the too, and boys may be seen on the same throughout the country are administeredin For Four Electors of President and Vice 7F, Octave, Up.

nearest plantations. They are not errand. Some of tho experiences had a style the increase of which is quite President of the United States. iJ.S240 PIANO.I rlghtGrandLan ,

large men, perhaps not extraordinarily by the butchers at the slaughter houses disproportionate to the growth of incomeof For one Representative for tne second Frame,tt':1; Strings Ivory Keys Full, Iron Rich

powerful but they have the with these queer customers are quite pa- their owners. The expenditure on Congressional District of Florida, in the Koewood Ca...e. First-class every way.
; of the United States Equal Pianos usually sold at J0: and luau.Maker's .
fifty-first Congress
far fetched
aspect of sculptural or even of ana- thetic, some again the reverse. foods and most recliercbe
Governor of the State of Florida.
"About three said the wines the For a
tomical modols; they seem absolutely years ago, most costly amusements, has of State for the State of With iauo.i a Plush Top Stool
devoid of adipose tissue; their muscles boss butcher at a huge establishment, vastly developed. And the tendency is a Secretary ItaiidHome Cover, Instructor

stand out with a saliency that astonishes "a lawyer began to come here regularly ever upward. Young men begining life Florida.For Attorney-General of the State of J'UnslcDool and all- Freight Paid.

the eye. It is marvelous. At a tanning to drink beers blood. I can't try to start where their fathers left off. _t, i Five Octaves,2 seta
yard, while I was watching a dozen give you his name, although it is one Some quarter of a century ago there wasa !I For a Comptroller the Stateof Florida. 1%. 5 II !5 Stops Solid. of'Walnut); Octave Case.Reeds High,

..j' blacks at work, young mulatto, with well enough known in the city. He had discussion In the newspapers as to the For a Treasurer of the State of Florida. U Top.Lamp Standa,) utile Pocket,

the mischievous face of a faun, walked been a hard worker and a high liver, and prudence or otherwise of young persons For a Superintendent of Public Instruc- Full Sweet Tone. Uake Price,2150.n .

'( by, wearing nothing but n clout about his mental and physical powers all of a in the upper classes marrying on an income tion of the State of Florida. D O f W FourFulihSehiReed,,

j. his loins; and never, not even in bronze, sudden began to give way to an alarming of 300 a year. Three times that For a Commissioner of Agriculture of I S I G 5 'i An. 10 Genuine Storw' ,

did I see so beautiful a play of muscles. extent. Symptoms which threatened income would be now considered inadequate the State of Florida. gag.Rich Tlxmsands C"e, Beautiful sold.Parlor All purchaser Or-

A demonstrator: of anatomy could have consumption began to appear, and lx by the critics who conducted the For three Justices of the Supreme Court delighU-d. linker'Price,f200.Vitli .

(" used! him for a class model; a sculptor, consulted the most eminent physicians in discussion.-Quarterly Review. of the State of Florida. \ Each Ot can a Flue Stool and

i,. wisliijg to shape a fine Mercury in bronze, town. They said he was overworked and For a Senator for the loth Senatorial an All freight Instructor I'ald., MUSIC IJooU

Would be satisfied to take a cast of such needed rtst. But they could not give him San Pranclhco's Mint Chlmnelu )-. ttistr l.t.

. a body, without thinking of making one relief. He went to New York and put 1830 the old mint chimney was For one member of IIoii-u of Rejtresentative 15 DAYS TRIAL.Order .

modification from neck to heel.-Lafaca- himself into th* ltnnds of a specialist.But taken down and the rubbish deposited on >. b-

L; dio Hearn in Harper's Magazine. his coudi 11 oin bad became worse. a vacant lot, where the vigilance com- For a County Judge and test in your own Home.

a He came back Chicago.. On the carsa mittee had their fort (Fort Gunnybags), For a Clerk of the Circuit Court. I No money required until Instrumentis

: man told him ho ought to try blood at and near which they hanged Casey, Cora, For a Sheriff.: Fatisfactory. W* pay Freight both
: The Climate of St. Peter buJ1
For a Tax \s.eS&(lr. if sale. Th fairest to deal.
the slaughter houses He gave up business Hetherington and Brace. Some men ways no way
If it is Slay or June do not come to altogether, bought himself a horse, poking among this rubbish found gold For a Tax Collector.For Our Instruments goof and chump,and

Eussia without the heaviest winter clothing practiced a great deal with dumb bells, sticking to the scattered bricks and mor- :! a County Treasurer. A Vial always giver a satisfies) purcnaser.V.cnd .

and the heaviest of winter wraps, and li"ed"cry plainly. Every morning tar? An excitement was organized immediately For a. County Superintendent of Publicitruetion. f\u 1Ild: -Sumnrer Sale Cir-

even though you may have left England be started from home at 5 o'clock and and for a few days the lot .I. cular.
7JYuet X uiout
all For CountSurye"ui'. REMKMItER. ;
ablaze Holland .
with hawthorne blossoms,
ii' took a long ride on horseback. He came was alive with men and rockers, washingout Justice of the in and for erin.r Best Inntrttnictitn. Fin*StiiUi and 011. ,-
; ; carpeted with tulips and :Berlin at here regularly at 7 o'clock and drank the debris of the old mint chimney.Hots For a peace ell; All Freight Awl; 15 />'.y*' Trial; iIiz
( summer heat. Remember that the Russian each Ju>tice District in paid County.For Tear.t' (;UlD'atl.te; ,;gwirtI'uthiOnerce
; calendar from a half pint to a whole pint of fresh -did the gold get into tho brick and :\ Constable in and for each Justict On11Mvney Savvil;SAIL

w twelve days later than ours. blood, took plenty of exercise at home and mortar? It Hew up the chimney when District in said County.
! that St. Petersbug is on the out of doors, and retired to bed early and melted in a sublimated form, and, being The attention of the Sheriffs is called to
chores .
that of the Baltic sea. Remember also at a regular hour. When I saw him first condensed into a solid before reachingthe I the law requiring them to cause a notice SOI r"p.BK UUS'C HOUSE. VANN4H. 6X.

i; : you are on the direct route to the be looked like a man about to die-with I top collected on the inside, as found. of said election to be published in a nc\\- ---- -- --- -- i-----

, hard North pole. Already I have seen two hollow eyes, sunken cheeks and listless These city gold washings were as muchof l'apeq'rintl'l1 in the County,if tnerebe a paper A tlE\Y!& USEFUL DIGRESSION.

snow storms, and our teeth have Within six months lie was : San Franciscans there,be
been gait. strong, a novelty to many as in the County,and if no paper
oa a continual chatter since reaching active, and full of life and vim. He resumed they would be in New York, for the published in the County, thc shall causeat

. bere. In the country (May 28) the peasants his business, and can again work nearest gold mines are 150 miles distant least five copies of this notice to be posted I hav- added t'j my tock of W.tchfoll. Clock.

It! their are just plowing and sowing for &g hard as ever without injuring himselfin from San Francisco, and thousands in in the most public places in the County. ily PUtcd)Iec1ic Ware 1:.....Je15tlry.te.a fine unite< .of; a Cizam complete, Cigarettes line of f Tobacco iui--

summer crops, and in the city i the least. But he is still taking plentyof that city had never been tothem.-Prentice TESTIMONY whereof I have aud PU><,>H. a collation Fancy Good Toj fl.

1 heavy overcoats and furs seem quite atrtJSivMM. exercise, and I see him every once in awhile Mulford in e'York Star. hereunto set my hand and affixed: Notions anti Florida.. Curiosities; a Rood stock of
antI an a Bortmf nt of Candy and Ccnftctionvry -
riding on a bicycle in the park." [ i- >. ] the great seal of the State of Flor Stationery; Scissor, pocket and table Cutlery Having

I There is one thing, however, that "Have you known many instances of Fashion in Canine Pets. ida, at Tallahassee, the capital, disputed th..above at Ey tiew Store,Washington -
, strikes: an American very agreeably asyell asked. I this, the twentieth day. of Aug A w.nut>. TItHivlll, yon are re*pt'ct.
The fashion is
kind? in
this was
pet dogs as varyingas ally invited to call loud examine the tame to,atMy
as strangely,and that is the suddenly "Well, no. To tell you the truth aboutit inwearing apparel. A certain breed A. D. 1888.JOhIN. yourself u to price and quality whether you bnyor

Increased length of the days. Even now I don't think it was the blood that will be all the rage for a few years and L. CRAWFORU.Secretary not WATCH REP.URCm.SPECIALTY..
Instrument and Tools and :0
Latent approved
and sun not set until about 0 cured that lawyer. His altered marines then it is supplanted by another. For of State. years1 practical eTi
L rises no one knows how early and j I I of living is what did it. I remember the I II instance, two years ago the pug was the bntiness I hall spare no painstaking to pleas ant
won the longest days will have reached JAS. E. BOWMAN Sheriff Brevard .. articles and prices or Repairing, and HOPE TO
case of a lady who used to come to the most popular pet in the canine family, '
tow the horizon the sun is only nominally be- I daughter house regularly and drink a but E.PW his stir is on the wane and, he TailaJvwxe. FM., Auy. 20 S8?. C. C. IiKA\M\
from jjastJO
on .qunrter pint of blood every day. It didn't .do




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THE FLORIDA STAR. County Convention.The These resolutions were adopted ; the and thanked the convention from the There are two routes branching from 1"it
two-third rule decided on and nomina- bottom of his heart for the nominationand the main route that the visitor can tare
Convention was called to order tions being in order T. J. Cockshutt the tribute of respect. ;
called the and the
PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. yesterday afternoon by D. L. Gaulden, Long Short route. One,
nominated Capt. W. H. Sharpe whichwas COUNTY CLERK.
Esq., Chairman of the Co. Executive seconded by M. S. Jones, Esq., ina Nominations-Dr. B. R. Wilson and seyen, the other, eighteen miles in length
ELLIS B. WAGER Editor and 1 ft Committee, at the Court House in pur- neat and effective manner. Mr. J. W. A. A. Stewart. A. A. Stewart elected Though this seems a great distance especially -

S1.5O per Annum. suance of call, who made a and brief but vigorous De-- Ewan was nominated by Mr. ThomasA. on the first ballot, as follows : Stewart, for ladies to walk, most peoplehave

speech for harmony good Jones and seconded by Mr. T. J. De- 24 Wilson, 10. The nominee made been known to take the
mocracy. Mr. A. Brady, was elected stated his route
Steuben. brief in which he "1
Entered at the Post Office at Tituwilleatt Chairman pro. tern and E. B. Wager, FIRST BALLOT. thanks to the convention, pledged his anl come out but little exhausted! from

Second-Clot Matter. secretary pro. tem. and work for his re-election and faithful discharge : the trip. This i:; due to the uniform tem.
Sharpe, 17 Ewan 21 scattering
The following resolution was introduced ; ;
of duty in office. perature; it never varying more than
A SQUARE Is one Inch In space; 21 squares by )r. S. Jones, Esq., and adop- blank, 8. two
make a column. ted. SECOND BALLOT. SHERIFF.Nominations or three degrees during the entire year,
of the Editor -D. S. Bryan and JamesE.
advertising rates enquire
always enclosing two cent stamp. Whereas there is no existing party authority Sharpe, 19; Ewan, 20; scattering, 7. Bowman. Jas. E. Bowman electedon the average being fifty-five degrees

THE STAR is the OFFICIAL newspaperfor to convene a Senatorial Com"eni i THIRD BALLOT. first ballot, as follows : Bowman, 24 ; The huge mouth of this vat cavern i i-

Brevard county. tion in this district, and whereas the Sharpe, 19 ; Ewan, 18 ; scattering, 8. Bryan, 10 ; blank, 2. Brief speech. reached by 70 stone -steps. Three hun
Democrats of Dade and Brevard Coun- ASSESSOR.W. dred feet within i is iron MtiOiiiw
FOURTH BALLOT. an gate; place\*!
The Star has the Largest circulationof ties have, at the suggestion of the Chair- R. Sanders was nominated by ac- I
any paper on the East coast of Fla. man of the County Democratic Committee Sharpe, 15, Ewan, 21 scattering 7. clamation. The nominee appreciated i there to keep out loiterer- and refuse

of Brevard County have assembled to FIFTH BALLOT. the honor conferred and returned thanksto from justice. Pacing through this and
THERE is saying that a "new nominate candidate for the Senate for Sharpe IS, Ewnn, 19, scattering 8. the convention. after a walk of 50 feet, we come firt, to
; clean," but the recent clean sweep 13th Senatorial district : .
SIXTH BALLOT. the large saltpeter vat, where, during
was one of the exceptions.WE Therefore be it resolved: that we the W. Hall was nominated by accla
Sharpe, 17. Ewan 22 scattering 7. the war of 1812, a Philadelphia
.. representatives of Democrats of Brevard mation. He returned his thanks to the company
defer our editorial comments on and Dade Counties do organize a Senatorial SEVENTH BALLOT. convention. extracted saltpeter from the nitrous earth

the political situation until next week as Convention for the purpose statedin Sharpe, 17, Ewan 22, scattering 7. TREASURER.S. and sold it to the government. Going on

and will not permit this week. this preamble.The EIGHTH BALLOT. H. Ray was nominated by acclamation a little further you next come to a s-paiv kK
time space Chairman then appointed a com- and said it did his heart good to seethe
Sharpe, 17, Ewan, 22, scattering 7. -10 feet in diameter called the Methud'MChurch
mittee of ten on credentials, who afteran old officers renominated under circumstances -
I, IT is said the nomination of Mr. Barnesis the door of which still
hour reported as follows : NINTH BALLOT. that boded a changethatthe on stain!

quite objectionable to the Republican Barker's Bluff-One vote, byT. J. De Sharpe 17, Ewan, 20, scattering 9. old officers had received the sanction the logs and bench where the minersat ,
element. That is to be expected. Thereare Steuben. Adjourned for one hour. of the convention. to listen to any >tray divine who

no reasonsvhy Democracy should City Point-three votes, by R. A. Mr. Archibald, on behalf of Dade SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT.Mr. might come to preach to them. Imagine

take Republican views into considerationwhen Hardee, W. H. Sharpe, A. Z. Dixon. county asked if Capt. Sharpe and friends :: John H. Sams was renominatedby the n"ice-thc with the dim singing, in ol that lantern greatcavern Jrla
Canaveral-One vote by G. :M.: Quar I had any communication to the Conven- acclamation. He made a terse speechin light
making a nomination. i the schools of Brevard and ending long shadows into the unexplored
terman. tion, to which Capt. Sharpe replied ; no regard to ,
could Eau Gallic-Three votes, by P. A. Mc- I communication. Then Mr. Archibald 1 referred to the resolution in the platform, Stances.[ t s
ALTHOUGH every one not go Millian, R. C. Creech, and John Houston. read letter from White received by White I. stating it would wake up the people to We move on, meeting objects of interest -
home from the Convention satisfied with Eden-One vote, by Thos. J. DeSteu- from Capt. Sharpe making pledge to sup the propriety of good schools on all sides ; one being the Jiant'- ,.

the work they had done, and what the port Ewan at the next Senatorial contest. COUNTY SURVEYOR.R. Coffin, a great rock 4n< feet long, 20 feet .rr

Convention had done, they should re ben.Fort Drum-Two votes, by Thos.. J. Capt. Sharpe replied in defense of his B. Burchfiel was renominated by wide and 8 feet deep, the perfect patternof +a''

Democratic DeSteuben.Fort position, denying that he had made any acclamation.The a mighty sarcophagous
member that the same was a !
Pierce-Two votes, by"". W. pledge to Ewan, but had given that following County Executive Com A hundred yams beyond we are shown
Convention, regular in all its proceedings Beecher. statement to White as his (then)opinion. mittee was selected : :Messrs.: N. N. Pen- the remains of two stone cottages ; which 'ii1k

and that the party expects the sup- Georgiana-One vote, by Chas. Magruder. TENTH BALLOT. ny, C. H. Nauman, M. S. Sams, J. T. were once used with ten frame ones a?
of all who were there. Party al- Stewart, T. DeSteuben, J. F. \Vootenand the abodes of fifteen consumptives, who
port remembered.Rev. Haulover Two votes, by K. C. Sum- Sharpe, 16, Ewan, 21, scattering 9. D. L. Gaulden. came to the cave in 18-13 with the hope

legiance must be .. merlin. W. H. M. Fairbanks. ELEVENTH BALLOT. The thanks of the convention were extended that the even temperature would restore

Wilbur Writes I LaGrange-Four votes, by T. J. Cock- Sharpe, 17, Ewan, 21, scattering S. to the Chairman and secretary, them to health. After the death of one
Sidney ; and a committee of three-Messrs. M. S. of their number, a gentlemen from South tohi
shutt, A. Brady, G. B. Gardner, and A. Adjourned until 8. J'. m.
"I have had a great deal to say concern- J. Carter. On reassembling S.Jones, Esq., with- Jones, J. F. Wooten and J. A. McCrorywere Carolina, the theoretical idea and the

ing the salt and sulphur artesian waterof Merritt's Island-Two votes, by J. R. drew the name of Capt. Sharpe,and Capt. appointed to inform the nom cottages were abandoned.

Titusville, to everybody, and people Miot, M. S. Sams. Sharpe stated to the Convention, that he inees for senator and representative of Again we begin to tramp, clamberingover .

generally are much interested about it, Malabar-One vote, by E. B. Arnold. had no animosity against any one, and their nomination and furnish them a immense rocks, taking care not to ES
Melbourne-One, by D. W. Mc- again explained his situation in reference copy of the resolutions adopted by the break our necks, until we are ushered into
Baths of this
and well they may be. Quaig. to the Ewan letter. Mr. Archibald in convention. a space so vast we are lost to tell the
water will unquestionably be introducedat Narrows-One vote, by H. B. Archi- response stated that Dade's feelings were It was the sense of the convention that dimensions. Bayard Taylor in one of

the hotels, and I have no doubt thatas bald. not personal.Mr. each precinct nominate a justice of the his writings estimate it to be "800 feet

soon as its value becomes well-known. Rockledge-Five votes, by C. B. Ma- S. F. Gibbs, as substitute was allowed peace and constable, and elect them at long, 300 feet wide, 125 feet high withan aiR
I gruder, A. W. Hardee, J. F. Wooten, to cast the votes of D. W. Mc- the general election. Convention then area of between and 5 acres." This
will be built
a firet-cass invalid's retreat T. K. Dixon, B. S. Bryan. Quaig and E. Arnold. adjourned die.Underground. is known as the Chief City, and you shudder .

and opened by some enterprising capitalist Titusville-Five votes, by R. Morrow, That part of the report of the Com- as you look at the great dome of a

the sick and inrfim may find care and B. R. Wilson, F. H. Boye, M. S. Jones, mittee on credentials in reference to the Palaces. ceiling upheld by neither pillar or brace.A .
and E. B. Wager. of was reconsidered and short distance from here two
comfort and bathe in this new fountainof power proxies Written for the LaGrange C. L. S. C. avenues
Otter Creek-One vote, by W. H. amended so as to give to the holder of branch from the main trunk, one the
life. I have no longer a doubt thatit Sharpe. the proxies the full power of their office. Rich as America is in her diversified Short route, the other the Lon As

was a spring bubbling to the surface DADE COUNTY. Carried by a vote of 17 to 14. Conven- climate, fertile soil, and vast resources of there will not be space for a descriptionof lr:
in land of flowers of just tion until 9 o'clock next day. both will take the and
somewhere our Pat. Lennon, J. A. Sharpe, Ed. Pent, adjourned metals and minerals ; she is also unsur- we Long speak >r'

such water, now lost perhaps insome j.'V. Burke, Ab. Wilson,Thos. A.Jones. FRIDAY. passed by any other country on the globein only reader of the remember leading features that from, asking the time the

marsh, that the famous Span- Fred Bostick, Peter Larson, and J. A. Dr. Wilson, Chairman, appointed Mr. magnificent scenery and great natural enter to until you leave, the flickering hara
l\1cCrory.-l0 votes. Brad Chairman pro. tem. during necessary -
Ponce de Leon heard
ish navigator, curiosities. light of lantern is constantly reveal
We agree to receive the votes, to professional absence.
of, from the Indians of the neighboring be voted as instructed, and proxy in no other TWELFTH BALLOT. Hardly are we conscious of the won- ing new" beauties to which no pen or
islands fountain of perpetual tongue can do justice. For small partiesit
as a ders of our "ain land" till we thema
way.'V. Ewan 19, May 9, blank scattering 10. pay takes about 9 hours to go the Long
and sought with such infinite H. SHARPE Chairman.T. .
youth, visit and see for ourselves their great- Our numbered 275 and it
toil to find but failed. Three hundred J. COCKSHUTT, secretary.The .
took us just 16 hours-going in at 9 a. m.
and seventy-six years have passed since report was accepted and adopted. Ewan, 19, May 15, blank scattering 5. ness.Classed with Niagara, Yellow Stone '' on the 4th of July and coming out at 1

then and the healing stream flows Permanent organization was made by FOURTEENTH BALLOT. 'I' a. m. on the 5th. The distance i is not J less <
now Park and the Colorado Canons is :Mammoth :
electing Dr. B. R. Wilson permanent Ewan, 22, May 15, scattering 9. than 14 miles and not more than IS.
anew gushing forth near our Indian River chairman and E. B. Wager secretary.The FIFTEENTH BALLOT. Cave. Among the thousands of:

home. It seems strange that we Chairman stated that he saw be- Ewan, IS ; Blank, 10; May, 8 ;Scattering caves underlying the earth's surface from Trudging on out known of wide Flat paths Men into a
narrow zigzag ones as SBQ
should find there so rare a combinationof fore him men of intelligence-men who 10.
Iceland to South America from to those
Italy Miseries; from lofty ceilings to s.> :
would take matters in their own hands. AFTERNOON.
blessings. Why do the orange, the He hoped the work of the convention Cash contribution of 104.50 raised Maine, they can all be divided into two low that tall men groan in spirit ; over

fig, the banana, and the pine-apple choose and its nominations would be well re for the relief of Jacksonville and Mr. general classes, viz : Marine and Inland. narrow bridges spanning chasms of inky

this region in which to make their most ceived. He recognized the important Archibald on the part of Capt. J. H. The first are formed by the mechanical darkness we finally reach Echo River. 1
duties the convention and Smith returned the thanks of Jacksonville Here, large flat boats are waiting to carry
luscious presentments? Because thereis devolving on ,
force of the tides "The of the
fingers us over, each boat seating on its gun-
asked them to perform them with wis- for the contribution. Mr. T. A.
a higher principle of vitality in the dom, prudence and discretion, and with- Jones, of Lake Worth t.henithdrew the wayes;" the last, either by volcanic erup- wales 16 passengers. The low arch,only

air, as well as in the rich soil. And whyis out fear, and asked the aid of all the name of Mr. Ewan as candidate, and tions or the action of acidulated water. 3 or 4 feet high, under which we go at }t
it that no germ of disease has found its delegates in the quick and orderly dispatch Mr. Archibald on the part of the Dade Seldom do find two embarking, rises to a height varying from
way there? Because not merely the invincible of business, which was now in or- delegation said that while Dade Countyfelt you caves exactly 10 to 30 feet. The width of the river varies
yellow-badged officers quaran- that she was entitled to the nomina- alike. In Scotland, is Fingal's Cave, a from 20 to 200 feet, while its depthat

tine the river, but so also does the lively der.After some discussion convention ad- tion of the Senator for the first time marine cave famous years ago as the low water i is 20 feet. The length i+ 11k

breath of ocean, mingling with the unim- journed until eight this morning. from this district and had hoped for the stronghold of Norwegian pirates,differingfrom about three-quarters of a mile. The effectof

prisoned sulphur, driving back malaria, support of Brevard in this action, and all other in its music while being slowly poled alongis
in every shape and form. Indian River THURSDAY. after ascertaining that some help had caverns huge granite entrancing ; let it be from an instrument

forever! I say." Convention called to order and the been tendered by Brevard to her, but not columns. On the continent are the Ice or the human voice. The passageway -

Chairman appointed a committee of sev- enough to secure Mr. Ewan's nomination, Caves by which whole villages have been does not give back a distinct echo:

Titusville Responds. en on resolutions who reported follows: it was not the purpose of Dade to con- supplied with ice in summer, and wherein but after an interval comes "a sound of ...a

Whereas the people of our sister town We your committee on Resolutions would tinue the dead-lock on the Convention, winter, not even an icicle can be found. sweetness harmony: with long drawn the sound out"that unlike waked, but it in:

Jacksonville are solely afflicted with yel- respectfully submit this as our report : or presen after ta hog ish spiri done tJor all all or nothing could, It has been said that near the Pfeifer as some one has said, "This cave b.a
low fever' and have called for aid to care We are believers in the Democratic prin- and having they Glacier in Switzerland exists of its "
a grotto key-note own.
Mr. Ewan's ,
and that this is of they name,
the Rick the
for needy dying, we hereby ciple a government people
respond to their call by donating to them I -from this we assume it to be our right and placed innomination a Brevard man, the walls of which are composed entirelyof Landing we continued our journey,

the sums opposite our names: I and duty to express our opinion on the following presenting the name of Lyman Barnes, the purest topaz; while a little distance passing the Infernal Region, Serpent
and that i Hall El Ghor Pass and finally reach the
they pleged
Esq., stating ,
Indian measures: from Naples on the island of is the ,
Geo. B. Rumph, $12 50; RiverBank Capi,
1st. With a friendly spirit towards rail themselves to help elect him to the "Treasure House of Brilliants" known
25 00; E. L. Brady, 10 00; Oliver well-known Blue or Azure Grotto so the sparkling .
roads,but with a sense! of obligation to the office of Senator from the 13th district. ; Cleveland's Cabinet; where
& Budge, 10 00; Indian River Club, 5 00; people, are unqualifiedly in favor of the Judge M. S. Jones seconded the nom- called, because of the exquisite sapphire white alabaster shapes itself into
Hamilton & 00 S. H.
Co. 10
A. ; Ray, principle of a railroad commission.2nd. ination of Mr. Barnes in behalf of Bre- color of its walls caused from the reflec- forms of hundreds of different flowers,
5 00; Mrs. Peter Nelson,100;Jas. Knight, We endorse fully the efforts to induce vard, and said we appreciate all that has from the loveliest rose to the daintiest
2 00; J. W, Rogers, 2 00; a Friend, 2 00; immigration, and would recommendthat been said by Dade, and hope to meet tion of light on the water. fuchsia. Everything is covered with this

F. A. Lesley, 1 00; Wm. Smith, 100; P. aid to the SubTropical.3rd. them again in convention assembled.Mr. Caves have frequently been used by exquisite dripstone and you stand powerless y

Nelson, 2 00; J. A. Miller, 1 00; S. F. We believe the establishment of a Barnes' nomination was then made man in times of war ; but the latest us to express your admiration.
Gray, 1 00; Dixon & Benson, 5 00; A. A. State Board of Health. with liberal State 1
by acclamation. made of them is in the OleBullVConcert
cultivation named
of Similar
galleries are
Stewart 5 00 J. E. Gruber 100 J. Birn-
; ; aid, to be a paramount necessity of the The Chairman then appointed a District .
mushrooms. Out of Paris there Hall and Martha's Vineyard.The
baum,100; Peter Wright, 1 00; Mrs. M. State. are three
Executive Committee of nine- -
E. Titus, 20 00; Minor a..;. Jones, 5 00; A. 4th. The lands reserved in our county three from Dade and six from Brevard, caves planted with fungi, yielding re- latter named on account of the from ma"sive
5 00 B. R Wilson 5 00 Thos. J. and in other of he bunches of grapes suspended!
Brady State
; ; parts are an injury favorable days400
as follows: From Dade-Messrs. T. A. spectively on 3,000, feel as If
deSteuben, 1500; W. R. Sanders, 5 00; T. to the people by preventing the telling; so perfect you
occupancyof Jones, J. A. McCrory, and P. Lennon ; and 6,000 pounds of mushrooms. The must be the work of some sculptor.In .
H. Sanders, 5 00; E. C. Summerlin, 5 00; said lands by actual settlers. The peo- they
Thomas Hardee, 5 00; W. H.Sharpe,500; ple demand that these lands be restored to from !Brevard T. J. DeSteuben Messrs.: _A. Brady P. A.,McMillan W.: L.Hughlett largest is at Mery, and 21 miles of its the_center_eo of one large.. chamber,hung__1",.
C. B. Magruder.5 00; A. W.Hardee,500; them, for the use of actual settlers, l b y any : length is covered with this growth. from the ceiling a solitary rose, unuci
B. R. Wilson and C. B. Magruder. echoes*
H. B. Archibald 2 00 G. B. Gardner legitimate means. which Jenny Lind once waked the
The in the world is "
highest cave
Motion carried that the Senatorial prob-
2 00; W. A. Baugh, 2 50; D. S. Bryan, 5th. While we are strongly in favorof with "The Last Rose of Summer.
100; Thos.Johnson, 200; T. K. Dixon, public schools, we condemn the lack of Convention do now adjourn, fine die ably in the Andes mountains, said to be Finally, after climbing the Rocky

5 00; J. R. Miot. 5 00; J. H. Sams, 5 00; system and supervision of our country COUNTY CONVENTION.The 14,700 feet above sea level. Its wall I Mountains and peering into the Maelstrom

M. S. Sams, 5 00; George Quarterman, school County Convention was perma- threaded in every direction with small I (a pit 175 feet deep which the
5 00; John Houston, 5 00; Ra C. Creech, 6th. We, of the southern portion of the nently organized by electing A. Brady, veins of silver and copper. guide illuminates with fireworks) we
2 50; P. A. McMillan, 2 50;'J.: Wooten, State, cannot have roads and keep them in chairman, and E. B. Wager, secretary, reach the end of the great cave, and pick
2 50; Jas. E. Bowman, 2 00; R. Morrow, repair except by a road tax, and we de- as the original report of the credential Two of the finest caverns in the United ing up a pebble from the furthermost end

r 00; Frank Boy, 2 50; F. A. Chappell, mand feature such of the a law Constitution.7th. under the. Local Option committee specified the representation of :I States are Wyandot, in Indiana, and Lu- we turn our faces mouthwanl, traversing

1 00; J. H. Smith, 2 50; Cash, .50. We demand the repeal of the scalp Brevard delegates.The ray, 82 miles out of Washington, D. C. the same path until near the entrancewhen the

In response to the notification that the law so far as it relates to wild cats. two-thirds rule was first adopted. The latter, the only cave in the world we cut off a mile and a half ScreW.of
chairman of the Finance Committee could :Nominations for assemblyman beingin distance by climbing the Cork
8th. We are strongly in favor of the lighted by electric lights and having of
draw on sight on Messrs.; J. H. Smith Local Option Law under Article XIX and order, Dr. Wilson, in a few brief remarks Imagine if you can a cork screw made
and E. L. Brady for $250.00, the amount would recommend any further legislationthat presented the name of W. S. communication with the outside world mighty rocks and narrow ladders, at every

donated by citizens of Titusville and In- may be necessary:to carry out its pur- Norwood, referring to him as an old citi- by telephone. But the biggest cave, the turn in the screw a lantern, and at l

dian River, they received the following poses.It zen of Brevard, well-known, and needingno mammoth of the world is situated in Ei the narrow turns a guide waiting to.Pa.u this!
is with eof eulogies from him. There being no and have a faint idea
reply. a deep sen> satisfaction that mondson county, Kentucky which you up, you
find other he was elected by ; coun- wonderful and the difficulty o. gel-
we ourselves harmoniously united with Humiliation, pass
JACKSONVILLE, Sept. 0.Jfatr the Democrats of Dade in .a Senatorial acclamation. ty alone boasts of having 500 caves with- ting through it.This ends the long route,

J. If. Smith and E. L. Brady: Convention. We heartily endorse both COUNTY OFFICERS. in its boundary. "The known avenues the half of which has not been told.I

Accept our sincere thanks for yourselves the National platform of the Democratic The nomination for County Judge:!: Mammoth Cave amount to 223 and leave the most of its beauties with the

and others who join you in assist party and that of the State Democratic being first in order, M. S. Jones, Esq., the united length of the whole 150 short route for my readers to take thm'ricft-
ing U"c shall not forget. party. was presented and nominated by accla- equals selves, hoping that they will feel as
JAMES M. SCIIUMAKER, .\. BRADY, Chairman.MINoR mation. The Cc'ndidateaid! in response miles. The average width is 7 yards and ly repaid as the writer, by a visit to this.

Chairman Finance Committee. S. JOXES, Secretary. that he was entirely too full for utterance, the height the same." .. J I palace underground, J-1J* "


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V pandering Thoughts. L. C. OLIVER. v

tfS Confention eve Trent
Hall, but half'content OLIVER
S 1fagd' d
tickets! had bought !
ith say young fairies on the walk, S.H.RAY .

hdp IT redeem tten on some the wicked roll. Dealers in ,

nntrammeled with my thought,

cie*rJ1Y heart should chance 1 be caught, GEORGIA PINE LUMBER Successor to J. C. Norwood and Cc..
despaired from scene to '
I had extreme ,
seeing or hearing ,

i III wept all at once ayi'artofin-vwoes-the curtain rose, SHINGLES AND LATHS. TITUSVILLE, FLA.OOD'I .

.tyefof whom I expected to ser General :Harcl.w
Jd, the audience on the greet, C ire
f JOOk so sweet and bittewweet, ,

ith red bandAnaJ national; in opi-Micnl their hands campaigns. Sash Doors and Blinds

rife the ; Stoves Tinware and Crockery.EeMgerators .

,-I.did wave?wayrtht Merchandise
Jw(>, ,

.; a..hen she chanced to unfurl P.E ..YI TS AJXrD OILS,
I :red bandana on tliwhirl, 9
, toiim round
! :.ching git our gently echo. on the lKlln Water Coolers, Ice Cream Freezers, STORE.

Lena B. is young, you see,
uhe waved for her nominee. Screen Wire, Screen Windows Screen-Wire Doors.
publican! yes, she has her ,
, ttand by her Papa's Mile,

K)trace doing for she whatever ha lieen he West thinks]ns4, POWDER AT NEW YORK PRICES. I propos to keepA

,1 vent to see, not critici TITUSVILLE
hrti one scene tin to the skies, .
j i tfhen' that wicked string c lidtch First-Class Stock

Ba while it,bile tried to tin web, Egyptian Queen Pine Slips.
IT heart FIle innocently webbed.Ir ...
Veet Fidels," if either you guess FURNITURE
these lines through the press, STORE.Frosclier. I Bone Meal, Tobacco Stems, Cotton-seed Meal, Cow Peas &'Fertilizers.

pre my name in verse or prose I CATALOGUE :MAILED: FREE. TERMS CASH.
best relieve me of woes,
tf will my
g judge of what may follow, JOHN U. JIEACH, Indian Kiver Nurseries, East :Melbourne, Fla.3VCa,1102sr .

; 1 give a book worth over a dollar. ._

X. A. S. S. Line ,

Melbourne. PROPRIETOR. ,

The sloop Florence came down on Mon- NEW YORK AND FLORIDA.
ijifternoon with a heavy load of brick DRY GOODS
contractor, Ely. ,

h. Altree, Mrs. Restall and J. L.a Parlor Suites, \ I NEW YORK, OSTOXsn PIIILADELIIIII.\
were among the visitor to our
it village on Monday. I The Iron Steamship! STATE OF TEXAS, CITY OF SAN ANTONIO, RIO NOTIONS
Bed Room Suites GRANDE, compose the Florida Service. ,
, [)!fr. S. F. Gibbs returned from his I l'ascae Hates
; jarthern tour" on Monday. We hear he between Florida and A'cw York always

build spring from cottage W. on N. the Camp purchased, Esq., as Beds, Mattresses, .I JEST" Rates of Freight always Low thc as Lowest.Competing Lines. )[eus' Ladies' & Children' ,

oa is material can be delivered. Early Morning Train Every Thursday from points on J. T. & K. "\\'. Railway
connects with steamer same day at Fernandina.

He yellow fever scare will keep backparties Springs, !! SCHEDULE.
ae till late in the season, but SaOES.:
NORTH-BOUND-Steamships sail from
tilt We hear that Mr.Phillips will bet Fernandina every Thursday p. m., after
: nut week, to look after the properly And everything in the FURNITUREline. arrival of trains from South Florida, and 9:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. trains from Jack
ks Call and see the New Stock sonville, as follows:

purchased. just} received. CITY OF SAN ANTONIO, Captain Wilder........................Thursday, Aug. 2nd
lie J.T. &. K. W. officers who passed STATE OF TEXAS, Captain Williams............................Thursday, 9th

IB the riverTuesday, after selecting a Keeps full supply of metallic and wooden CITY OF SAN ANTONIO, Captain Wilder.........................Thursday, 16th
for awharf, etc.,at Jupiter, returnedthe STATE OF TEXAS, Captain Williams................................Thursday, 23rd 1
White and took the Georgiana, Coffins, Cases and Caskets. CITY OF SAN ANTONIO, Captain Wilder........................Thursday, 30th A.TS
mrsday afternoon, for Titusville.From at SOUTH-BOUND 3 p.m., as follows-Steamships: sail from New York Pier No. 21,E. 1C, foot of Fulton street, every Friday, ,

Hamilton, Ohio, to :Melbourne Funerals attended if desired. All or- July 6th, 13th, 20th 27th; August 3rd, 10th,17th, 24th 31st; September- 7th, 14th, 21st 28th.
aires from three to four weeks transit. ders promptly executed, and at reasona- ",--Direct all Freight via:Mallory Steamship Line trom Pier No 21 E. K., New York.
rates? Embalming done. 22 l-Special Agents are located at all principal points through Florida, where tickets can be secured a lid
New York to Melbourne takes information obtained. .
tOO to 55 hours, from Savannah to r State-room8. and berths secured in advance from Jacksonville and Fernandina office.
; ...Trains from F. K. & N. R'y. run directly to ship's side at Fernandina. CLOTHING
iiplace(on through freight) from sevto 1Q,Any further information can be obtained from
twelve days. Geo. B. Eumph.A J. M. CUTLER, Passenger Agent corner Bay and Hogan street, Jacksonville, Fla.
K. W. SOUTHWICK, Agent Fernaudma, Fla. ,
TeJcpiter gale like the 'Priest and IL H.RAYMOND, General Traveling Agent

, flerite Tiich passed by on the other side," FULL USE OF I C. H. MALLORY & CO.. General A[eats. Pier 20 E. R. NEW YORK CITY.
we are devoutly thankful; we
I on1 ly the usnal amount breeze. Cool GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS. Gent's Furnishing Goods

; beautiful days, no mosquitoes, no
j B of any kind. All we lack is
rain to make us happy. ALSOCROCKERY

Gouty Surveyor Burchfiel has been
1 on the peninsular property ofjohnson

and Mr. E. P. Branch, es .
I !: lag lines, laying out lots, etc. i 1 ry, GLASSWARE
Ting;completed his survey on those j k
; lies he has lately been engaged \

SUffering some lots of land for Mr.. y
A few showers the past week coming
j 'freaks One day it mined quite hard THIS SPACE IS RESERVEDFOR .

the Goode House, and at the same
."eat Mr. Hector's place hardly enough
: 'fell to dampen the plank on the I
I Last Thursday a heavy rain
I, about two miles north of Eau Gal iNE LINEN Ship Chandlery Goods.These

,mother divided at Turkey Creek,one :r. BIRNBAUM .
I south of the creek, the other pass ,
orer Messrs. Valentine and Miner'

: "' but leaving friend Idner dry as a !,


t.&fterwriting the first part of thee will be the main features of
it Garden SeedsSold my
began to blow and rain ; blew a

and rained in torrents. Some ladies at Philadelphia Retail Prices. Will business, but orders sent me for anything -
J'P greater part of the night so make special orders and I
prices to
y" were they. This whole region kept in any store in Titu-
parties wanting
one| good and much needed
'Georgiana soaking in bulk. ville will be promptly filled.
failed to make the trip on
Y. but the S. V. White, though Geo. B. Rumph.

" i red Isomewhat by the extremely low 19 Titusville, Fla.
r 011 her way up. came in all right,
the guidance of her able
i ak'Batt Capt. Geo. B. Mercier, left for PORTER & POTTER

the only f a little behind time. Real- ,, _. WfflbniFrnltsJas.CMckeas.
little ,
craft ---
has done I
,, extremely
, .R..+

i,I Ira- to tail"w4ws"make and tint very the mae little Georgiana difference the Kockieug with by, Real Estate Dealers, Clyde's New York, Charleston & Florida S. S. Line Or any Country Produce my customers:

ie"aite.I Lake Worth, Dade Co., Fla. The Elegant Steamers of this Line are appointed to sale or friends may bringto

I lee the Palatka Board of Health Lake Worth Florida is the most tropical part of FROM: J.4.CK.SON"VJLLE.: : : market.I .
< sot allow Jacksonville the State. It lies parallel with the ocean beach, is2U
j papers to be miles long, of an average width of one mile, is SEMINOLE, (New). Thursday Au 9th
brought 6:00
J !
either a m
in the mails connected with the
or by ocean bf an inlet and is nowhere CHEROKEE (New)
Jjcparties, into the city claiming over three-quarters of a mile from the ocean. Thursday, Aug. 16th, 12:30 p m
are not The flushing and hunting cannot be excelled,pompano SEMINOLE, (New). Thursday, Aug. 23rd, 6:30 a m
.* sufficiently fumigated ,blue fish, sea barracuta, CHEROKEE New
therefore trout Eheephead and ( ). Thursday 30th
to That liable to other fine fish being easily caught by trolling or m ask for a share of the public patronage -
right. Our Jacksonville with a net Deer and wild turkey are plentiful in PB.O FERllT'.ANDINA: : '""!'Y
bare no pa- the pine woods beyond the chain of fresh water ,
and odor of fumigation about lakes which lie west of Lake Worth. Beautiful cocoanut Every Sunday AfternoonAfter and come as a supplicant: not a
some are folded so tightly tha groves are in bearing all along the shores of
fumigation would be almost the lake, and guavas.mangoes sapadillos, alligator arrival of the dictator, asking for your favor
uc' im apples,Spanish limes,Jamaica apples, -
That pears RAILWAY
AXI) S.-\' '
germs of ITIOCO.: S TRAIXLeaving
ctn be contagious dis tamarinds coffee goosberry trees maumee apples If courteous treatment,good
transmitted sapotas almonds dates figs,
by mail is un maamee oranges Jacksonville at 2:45
The limes, lemons,citron and all kinds of tropical truiNand p. In.
knows of a well au flowers are doing finely here. This iil the most DELAWARE Sunday, Aup. 5th I DELAWARE goods and low figures i-
letted Case in this State where sea- ,
i! Was so transmitted longitude of Jacksonville. This brings the Gulf Sunday Aug. 26th the candidate for
*QfTjiHfc-M city from a far Stream- nearer to the land here than at any other Steam ers arc appointed to sail from I'ier 20, Fast Hirer New York
c prevailed, two well temperature of any place in the United States. A ,
UIlced cases of it occurred large acreage is put in garden truck every winter The freight and passenger accommodations are unsurpassed. Every attention
spoken in the from 15,000 to 20.000 bushels of early tomatoes be I given business entrusted to this line. will be then Pm
!ghL and no more in the ing grown every year. which bring from $1.50 to Direct all shipments from New York via Clyde's Florida Line, TieriO, East River.
er OOj or country and there 05>>00 per bushel Good hotels, stores and pott- For further information apply to : elected.Yours .
been convenient. lots of all sizes and J. A. STEAD, Agent.
offices are prices J. .\.
ca.--e there Agent
Ilnct'. before, and secured by the above firm, who have almost all of Fernandina, Fla. $s \\". Bay &t.,Jacksonville Fla.
't""oJ the best land to sell Parties buying now will, in a TIIEO. G. EGER Traffic Manager, W)[. P. CLYDE CO.. G..... .L AGTs., anxious
{ ,; to hear of short time, more than double the purchase moneyLots 35 Broadway N. Y. 12 South Wharves, Philadelphia,35 Broadway \.Y. to pleaS, .
, wIll some big moves range from 5 to 10 acres all fronting on Lake F. M. IRONMONGER, Jr..General Traveling Agent Jacksonville. Florida.
try and keep ted. Worth. Prices from $30 to $300 an acre. Anyone
you po Since last
wishing further information enclose stamp to the season VENTILATORS have been constructed on the iron steamers for the
I U. D'ONOHU. I II II above firm better transportation of Oranges and Vegetables. S. II. R. w.



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Rev. Jesse Pratt, the oldest Baptist minister 'I

Proceeding of Both Rouses For the in the state. His death was peculiar. His A. GINGRAS, -

One Hundred and Eighty-Eighth Day. son, J. R. Pratt, was on trial for assaulting .
In the senate a bill was reported grantinga a woman. The father seem*! crushed by

PREPARING A TARIFF BILL pension of $3,500 a year to the widow of JACKSONVILLE. the affair, and asked to die before the ver- I Arrr=Y-AT-LAW AND MART PUBLIC

Gen. Sheridan. A resolution was adopted diet was announced. He died some hours j .
The Republican Senatorial Conference Will calling for information in regard to the recent Twenty-Three New Victims Reported In a before the jury came in sentencing his son !I Ledge, _Floritii
in to five years' Imprisonment His death --
massacre Corea The resolution appropriating un- L. --
Report ths New Meuure Within Ten Single Day-The Citizen Auxiliary Association D. GAULDEX
$200,000 for the suppression of doubtedly resulted from grief and mortifica I

Hays Patent Office Report-An Im- yellow fever was considered and passed. Complain Against the Order to tion.

portant Land DecUton-Other Items. Chandler's Louisiana outrage resolution was Detain all Refugee. An Insane Man'a Crime. I ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,

WASHINGTON, Sept. S.-Senator Allison, adjourned.In discussed .until 5fo p. m., when the senate WASHINGTON, Sept. 1.-A dispatch from NEW ORLEANS, Sept. 1.-Hugh Early, a I Titmville, Flori !a.JONFS .

chairman of the sub-committee of the senate I the house the conference report on the Jacksonville says: The yellow fever continues drunken hoodlum, who was an inmate of the I & --- -

and to spread rapidly, and there u a whole- La Retreat, an asylum conducted by the ; 'rILLI.\I ,
committee on finance army appropriation was presented
J after debate postponed. The conference report sale exodus of those people not yet affected. sisters of charity, cut the throat of Meyer I

having in Tau. victims Gugenheim on Tuesday last The murdered .t1tornen1Lttti.Titusville .
there new
I on the naval bill was presented and sday were twenty-three I
the tar- man recently came here from Philadelphia
preparation | adopted. The general deficiency bill was :. and three deaths. It is expected that I .
iff bill says the i i discussed until 5 when the house ad- Florida.
p. m, over two thousand people will get out of ONLY ONE SAVED. j -

hearings which they '! journed. town this week.Surgeon I GEO)1.. ROHIJINS, ---

; have held almost i Cloud Hurst in Colorado Drowns J& )'artyof ,;
i One Hundred and Ninetieth Day. General Hamilton has received

daily since May 28 S I In the senate a resolution was adopted the following telegram from J. J. Danile, I I Cowboy ATTO RN EY-AT.LAW.

\ ast, will be close. : ailing for certain papers in possession of the president of the Jacksonville Citizens' Aux- PUEBLO, CoL, Sept a-Word has just

I within ten day and ,: land office in relation to cutting timber on iliary association: "In the name of our I j i been received at this city of the drowning ci j TlTU.-i VILLE, FLA.

m be gives notice to all I: public lands for mining purposes. Anew people and humanity, I protest against the five cowboys in the northwestern part of :j M. THUAaHEK

) interests desiring conference was agreed to on the army ap- I order for the detention of all refugees from Pueblo county, lust west of Pika's Peak. A A. ,

i earings that they j drcpriation bill. The conference report on our city and state at the refugee camp. It large partv were attending a cattle round-up i -

/ must before the sundry civil bill was presented. The would be better for us to keep our women on last TutMtlay night Seven of them I ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,

appear ;i Jackson, Miss., election frauds were dis- and children here rather than subject them pitched their camp on the Beaver Creek, a P.: O. !>jx 2". s"\ FUIa>. FLi
Sept. 8. The subcommittee > cussed until adjournment, at 0:30 p. m. i to such treatment. small stream that usually has no water in it. trill practice in all the counties UJ tU SneL

W. B. ALLISON. has confined ; In the house a resolution was offered re- Dr. Hamilton sent the following reply: Beiuz very tired, all slept sound, paying no '! Circuit and Supreme Court. 1

its hearings mostly to senators and rep. I| questing the president to furnish copies of "Telegram received. Your requisition for attention to the slight shower that came up IJ. IJURCHFIEU

resentatives as they have been able to present the correspondence with Great Britain remonstrating 20u tents was approved. You are mistaken during the night i R. ,

the wishes of many more persons inter I against the wrong treatment of ns to the character of the camp, which is in It, however, proved to be the edge of a -

ested in the tariff laws than could otherwise American citizens by Canada. Also, a resolution charge of one of the most humane rfd"' rs in I large black cloud, that burst a short distance ;; COUNTY SURVEYOR

to examine into the of the the service and in the country stands' I above them. The result ws that a ,
have been heard from, but a large numberof occupancy none I .
private citizens from section of the i Maxwell land grant The general deficiency higher a. to professional ability. The camp breast of water six feet deep swept down ( )rder- by mailill receive a, rcmpt:
every 1; bill was taken up, the decision of the chair is located in one of the healthiest place in upon them and carried everything in its II IIi J attention acalls in i'eron.
country have been heard. i
; ruling out the French spoliation claim sustained Florida pine woods, on a river bluff, originally path. The sleeping boys were carried down j AddreGeorgians.<< Fla.
The hearings have been with open doors, One of them saved himse-'f by clinging to I
and the bill passed. The house adjournad intended by the railroad company as j -
and stenographers have taken the testimonyfor at 5 p. m. picnic grounds, and taken by Dr. Guiteras as i: branches of the trees, but the others were iI | TATKINSON.. --

the use of congress and the people at the best place for his camp. I swept many miles down the stream. Their j H

large, and it has been printed as rapidly as I One Hundred and Ninety-First Day. "He was some days ago directed to have bodies were found scattered along the bed of !'

taken. The bill is to be laid before the full In the senate the Hoar resolution in rela- some tents set apart a quarter of a mile distant i, the stream. JUSTICE OF THE PEACEFor

committee, in accordance with the action cf 'I tion to Canadian outrages on American citizens from the main for observation of
camp, ;
the Republican senatorial conference, within was agreed to. The conference report Pollard returned to Fourteen Stacks of Grain liurned. ;, the Second Justice Pi-trift of P.::-"
sick. Jacksonj
ten days and is to be reported to the senate I|I on the sundry civil bill was reported Mr. persons ville, was sick on arrival, at camp; evidently I j j RACINE. 11 is., Sept. 3.-At the town of :j yard county ; Court day, thin Mozulaj

very soon thereafter. Allison made a defense of the senate amend- bad fever when he left Jacksonville. With Kranksville Thurday a sun of the Rev. i of each month.

A Chinamen : ments. Pending a disposition of the matteri the general spread of the disease in Jacksonville Evans accidentally set fire to fourteen stacks ; -
Cannot Eater LanL i i the senate at 5 p. m. adjourned. that of grab and 10,0''J buh ls were destroyed. GUN;' REVOLVERS >rud Ump i. prey
it is useless to expect persons
WASHINGTON: Sept 3.-A letter has been 1: ; J to JOUXsTOX Jt.soX Pittsbsnli
In the house, after a discussion about Two hundred and fifty farmers turned out, Pent
should be allowed to on outgoing
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received at the general land office from : leaves of absence the bill providing for the trains will be I and, afttr working seven hours hauling'I : -
trains. Special excursion pro-i, :3I.tRi'LoreIVIEIVIORY
Nebraska making the inquiry whether a !1 use of band presses in printing government I! water with teams, subdued the flames savingthe
vided for to definite points.
Chinaman who has been 1 passengers '
in this
country securities was considered and went over. :, village rem being wiped out of exist. :
twelve years and had declared his intentionof "Murphy, in North Carolina, has opened | ,
The Oklahoma bill was taken and at 5 ence. ,
up :
becoming; a citizen can make an original the house its doors the only place so reporting itself '
homestead entry. A reply has been prepared i p. m. adjourned.* I to me. If residents wish to go to Murphy, I. A New liurliugton BrIdge Op >uel. '

stating that under section 21ft of the revised One Hundred and Ninety-Second Day. I, or any definite point in western North Caro- :'. NEBRASKA Cur Neb Sept 1.-The new II j

statutes a Chiaamau cannot become a I J In the senate a bill was introduced by Mr. lina; on their parole not to go to seaboard or !!I Chicago, Burlington; &:; Quincy ;ted railroad

citizen and therefore the entry in question j Reagan to put jute bagging on the free list. quarantined towns within ten days from |!I bridge:, built at a ant of 1,500,000 was for- II III
cannot be made. It is stated at tbe land {j Thn fortification bill was reported back. date of departure from Jacksonville, excur- |i orally opened Thursday by interesting cere- DISCOVERY

office that an application, as has been published i The conference report on the sundry civil sion trains will be forwarded as soon as I] monies. There were 5t, IlJ strangers and

has been received from a Chinaman ', bill was considered and agreed to. After a number of trains required can be definitely i! many jinment railroad officials present f I .Lnl" Mind book leariittl"antlt'rlu in one t.ur..l.o.s ri.
in Wyoming to make a timber culture entry I short secret session the senate at 4:45 ad- ascertained. Please estimate number of 1 : >akins: without< note

and that no decision favoring such applica- journed.In people now in Jacksonville, willing to go, or ,I Foreign >ote*. I Wholly unlike art IPctel ov.tnii*..

tion has been made. I the house a joint resolution was passed people that safe arrangements can be made It is reported that the king of Sweden has i Piracy r mil "mntl l>j' supreme Court.
for transportation." ; been appointed an admiral in the German j; Great inducement- to t"urrt"OIMnad4'Dft
extending the appropriation bills until September rKtn*?*.
Patent Office Report. 15. The bill for printing govern- Dr. Hamilton sent a dispatch to Governor navy. I Prospectus, with opinions of Dr. Wm. A liam

WASHINGTON, Sept 3.-Patent Commis- I ment securities by hand presses was pa;;soo.t Perry, informing tin that the general re- It is said that a match is being arranged mood the world-famed Specialist in Mind diwue,

rioner Hall, in his annual report, states that The Oklahoma bill was taken up and at 5 moval of quarantine regulations would I between Priuoe Ferdinand and Princess 1| Daniel and Gr"tleno.tneaf cent Thompson tree the great Fbjrckalo'
t git. () C-T

patent office were $1,122,914 as against existing measures of relief. I The British, German and American squad- j Jl.

$1,150,045 in 1887; expenditures, t'9.)3.TJO as I On Hundred and Ninety-Third Day. rons will mike a visit :shortly to the principal -i ---- -- -

against 981, >U in lS 7. The number of applications In the senate after resolutions had been I DISASTROUS RAIN STORM. Italian ports. !

for patents were 40,177; number offered, Mr. George resumed his speech on I House and Property Swept Before the ;;< Premier Floquet arrived at Toulon to witness J EXHAUSTED VITALITY

of patents, etc., granted, 22,101. At the the president's message. Mr. Cullom fol the naval evolutions. He met with an i ". scuxaOl
close of the fiscal year the number of cases 'I lowed. At 5:40 the senate journal Mad-Rushing Waters. |'I enthusiastic reception. : jTHE1NCEl' TIlE E. the pot

In tbs house, after the morning hour business : j HOT SPRINGS, Ark., Sept 1.-This city ; I
commis-loner The St. James Gazette denounces the circular ; Medical Work CMon
the Oklahoma bill was taken and was visited by a most disastrous rain storm ,
I up of President ""
ageon" cn-
Fitzgerald of the Irish
year for increased facilities, and says the at 5 p. m. the house adjourned without final last night, which struck the valley about |i National league of America, calling t4-.i! and Fhjtkal Debility
space allotted to his bureau is wholly inadequate action. A motion to telegraph a summons midnight and continued until after 1 o'clock.
I for subscriptions' to the Parnell defense I Prenuton D*
to a prompt dispatch of business. for absent members was ruled out of order. The principal thoroughfares were soon con- .
I fund. It ay:; the circular is chuck-full of
verted into running rivers, and houses, d in :

Important Land Declilon. Oue Hundred and Ninety-Fourth Day. walks, crossings and everything movablewere 1 lies. .; lea consequent thereon. 300 pagea 8 ra, 1C pnCriptious

WASHINGTON Sept. A Land Commis- In the senate a joint resolution was passed swept away. A negro man on Macno- I ; for all disease Cloth fan gilt onlr ft*,

rioner Stockslager, following the doctrine extending the appropriations for the government I lia street lost his wife and two children when i! by mail sealed. Illustrative sample free to Gold all real sad(
Commissioner's Sale. and middlel men. Send now. The
enunciated in the Guilford Miller case, has until Sept 15. (Senator Cullom'3resolution I his residences was swept away. The bodies JeweCed Medal awarded to theanthorbJ the\st on

decided in the case of the Central Pacific and speech in regard to the presi- ': of his wife and one child have been rcov- Under and by virtue of an order issuing 1 Medical Association. Address 1".0.Eos:I tmBo
railroad versus John Geary of I dent's letaliation message and abuses in tbe ton, Masa., or Dr. W. IL PARKER pid aM of
company I out of the CountCourt of llret'u111I '
ered.A i Harvard Medical Colle-,'e,85 years practice fa Vet-
Shasta, CaL, land district, that the land Chicago postcdce was discussed A till negro woman, a cook, is missing. A County. Florida, made by the Honorable ton who may be consulted confidentially. Ofi ,
within the thirty miles indemnity limits of was reported for the relief of soldiers hQnorI'I j white woman named Charlotte Harrisonmet Minor S. Jones of said Ko.41taflndiSt. Specialty,Disease of MJHL
the grant of July 25, 1806, to the California ably mustered out The ;j her death by drowning when the waters I' county, sitting in Probate, in a certain Cut this out. You may never se.II same,

& Oregou railway company was open to settlement was taken up and passed. At 5:10 p. m. the swept her residence away. The body of an in said
I depending court entitled
after withdrawal and before selec- senate adjourned until Monday.In I unknown man was found below the city. ''In the of the PARKER'SHAIR
matter estate of William
tion by the railroad company, on the ground the house a resolution was offered I The streets are filled with debris. The floors JIarlan Fonvood. BALSAM
that there was no legal withdrawal directing an inquiry into the delay in supplying i i in the office of the Arlington hotel and three deceased. and dated Cleanses and beannficsU*pan
the wool ordered !I the 3rd of September A. D. 1SS3, J will. II Promotes a luxuriant rrovta.
report on July
Central inundatedto
stores along avenue were Commissioner Newr Fail to Redo n Gnj
Killed By a Mall Catcher. ,. The conference report on the sundry civil a depth of four feet The loss is estimatedat as appointed by said order Hair to its V"tJaM C.Mr
WASHINGTON, Sept a-W. J. Crocken, bill was considered until 1 p. m., when a 100.00J. sell-at public auction, to the highestand FrerenU Dndml utd tair f m*
I' best bidder. for cash in front of the Mo.and tl a0e.a
a brakeman on the Baltimore & Ohio railroad recess was taken until 8 o'clock, the night
was standing in the doorway of a bag session being for the consideration of private Terrific Rain Storm at Chattanooga. Court-house door, in the town of Titus '
gage car attached to an excursion train yes- pension bills j CHATTAKOOGA, Tenn., Sept L-Heavy vine in said county. within the legal 1 .1k

erday, when the mail catcher, at Clappers i! rains were falling all day yesterday, but at hours of sale, on the first day of Octo-

station twenty-six miles from this city, SOUTHERN CROPS. j. 5:45 in the evening a terrific storm struck ber. A. D. 1SSS, the following; pieces

struck him in the head throwing him from Monthly Report of the MemphU District, the city, and the rain came down in torrents. parcel*, or portions cf land (being partsof

the car and under the wheels of the train. Covering Cotton and Grain Nearly every street in the city was flooded said estate) !situate lying and being

His body was frightfully mangled, and life MEMPHIS, Tenn., Sept a-Tbe regular i with water, the capacity of the sewers not in the County of Brevafd and State of

was wholly extinct when it was found. for the |, being sufficient to carry it off. Lightning Florida, described as follows to-wit : I .t
monthly crop report Memphis ,
which embraces West Tennessee North ;: struck the electric wires in the Times office, West i of n e J4 e i otnw J, and sel

A Crazy Candy-Maker. j! frightening all the employes, but. hurting no of section 23. .township 32. range 39. .
Mississippi, North Arkansas and North Ala- ;
WASHINGTON, Sept 8.-William Ridge- The the most terrific containing 320 44-100 X
be I'I one. storm was ever acres. e 4 sec. i
balama to published by Hill Fontaine &
way, a candy manufacturer of West Washington I j i known here. I 12, township 33 s. range39 e.containing '

had some trouble with his wife, and Com pany, saysTh weather during August |f I I 1i9--- 4--inn acres". T-.tits 7. and S r V'\.f sec. 7. .I Ca j
was very unfavorable In many sections. Congressional Convention Takes a Receu.I .
she returned to her father. Yesterday he township 33 s. range 39 e. containing 84acres.
went to her father's house and tried to Heavy rain-storms, accompanied with a COLUMBIA, S. C., Sept 1.-The convention Lots 2 and 3 of section 11, township I
strong wind, prevailed on the 20th and 21st, of the Second district which '
. hoot her. He was disarmed. A few minutes congressional 34 s. range 40, containing; C3 GO.1 00
which materially injured, cotton, and was > has been in session at Aiken S. C. since
later he attempted to drink poison, but acres. Lot 1, 2, 3 and 4, section 10.:
the bottle was taken from him,and an officer more disastrous to corn. Tuesday last, ad j turned today until Sep- township 34. range 40 e. containing '
In Arkansas a drouth had prevailed for ;. timber 11. One hundred and
being called, he was placed under arrestSucce :; seventyfourballots 316 IS-lOOarre*. Lot 1. section 14. township
three weeks prior to the rains and ''
I were taken without any change, the ,
s. range; 40. containing 3S CO-100
aful Cadets. bad suffered, which was also the condition of vote standing: Tillman, 20; Aldrich, 15; 1 '
I acres. West 4 of section 14. township a. .
WASHINGTON, Sept -Cadetships to the affairs in localities of Mississippi and Ala- I I Henderson, 10. The general opinion is that 32 s. 39 t ,,
military have been secured by Charles E. bama, but not to so great an extent The I i i the action of the convention in taking a recess South range e. containing 320 acres. .4.
h of
i section 12. 33 i
Mellette, of Water town; Henry P. Coleman, rains which fell were of benefit to some means the defeat of Congressman Till- township s
range e. containing 31S 96-100
Concord, N. H.; W. C. Babrack, of Boston: crops by breaking the drouth but the '| man. who, by his hostility to Cleveland and acres.
I' S w 4 of n of section ,
w 4 25. and of
and George W. Crook, of Henderson Tenn.; severity of the wind storm which accompanied the tariff reform, has incurred the displeasure n e 4
Joseph De Pepper, of Concord, has been the rains was damaging. This, together ': of the people of the state. Shrewd 2J. township 32 s. range 39 c. tilTHS
designated as alternate for Coleman and with the protracted wet weather : I I containing 200 12-100 acres. South $ of II '

William J. Daly, of Dorchester, Mass., for which prevailed for several days, injured I!nomination: s w 4 of section 11, township 32 s, range '

Babrack. cotton, especially in the bottoms, where I I I assembles 39 e, containing SO acres. Lots 2 and 3, i L ADoE S'oPAoRDEI

complaint is made of bolls rottening and the I' section 3.,township 34 s, range 40 e, containing

Back From Their Fiahiug Tour. tangled condition of the plant, which was Dakota' Wheat Crop. 5S acres. Lots 1. 2, and 3, sec. 'f m *c fra to purchsao a* for f* "f .dt

WASHINGTON, Sept 3.-The president and badly twisted by the wind. ( CHICAGO, Aug. 30.-A Tribune special 4: township :34 s, range 40 e, containing j our. If rgent at cannotfndCU your ? *"t.

CoL Lamont reached Washington at 10 t Rains have been continuous all over the I II i i, from Fargo, Dak., says: The wheat crop is 13S CS-100 acres. Lots 1.2 and 3, section ."rr-t- to nearestaddreutoso you DtJl

o'clock last night They immediately entered I district since these replies were sent in, and injured much more than has been expectedor C. township 34 s. range 40 e. containing

the president's carriage which was the injury to crops in the bottoms has been supposed. The injury results not alone 159 CS-100 acres. South & of n w \ ands trfwCKICA8O

waiting at the depot and drove rapidly aggravated. ; from frost, but from heat, wind and dust w 4 section 3, township 34 s, range 49 -28 L,

through the rain to the executive mansion. I The estimated damage sustained by drouth, The thresher develops the fact that many e. containing 210 acre?. Lot 1 of section I AZLANr GA t .

i rust and storms is placed at about 10 per
The' five-mile international swimming race '! cent. Arkansas suffered most, principally acre rQ from eight to ten. One farmer I range 40 e. Z 35; 93-100( acres. Lots 1. ANTEDIT! !

at Coney Island, N. Y., Monday, between from drouth, and the injury in that state is | said he had straw enough to yield twenty- I 3. and n e 4 ot s e 4, section 1 2' !' W !

Johnson, of England, and Levy, of America Ii given at U 1-2 per cent. Tbe plant retain- i five bushels, but gets but fife per acre. Some township 34 !5. range 40 e, containing I i: Men to fraud tar mi
wac w on by Johnson. Levy cramped and fields are not cut at all The grade is running I I 143; P0-100 Reliable amit"th" JDOCtI.
ing its bolls fairly well, although many re- I acres. S w 4 of s c 4, and cl i| Esubluhed House during the summer rit1
tms out of the rataSmallpox I port heavy shedding. from No. 1 northern down. There of s w 4, section 23. township 32 s. range II i I Those who can Iurni a Lone ud 11:MC1 .s-

in IJuGalo, New York. I! The crop, notwithstanding the unfavorable ', will be but little No. I hard. I I i 30e. containing 120 acres. Lot 8 of!1! preferred. Money advanced fur mortkly the bllll e. '

I{ season, is reported ins fair condition and ,: section 30. and lots 31.. 5 and C, section |I penses A great chance r.:ant s
BUFFALO N. Y. eaperieace )
Sept Smallpox cases The Penalty of Political Desertion. State age business rdItrt ):
i i with clear weather would undoubtedly recover 31, township 32 s, range 40 e. containing I better Fend names and address 0 ab
continue to be reported at intervals of one I LoNG VIEW, Tex., Sept.3.1"be body of I'I'I Nevernm3 ?
Two ; from much of the injury it has sustained. 1 169! 62-100 acres. Lots 1, 4, 3 and C. I attention paid to posts Cards.JJrers"Bl'el D'
or two days. new cases are reportedto : Harrison Spencer, the local colored politician lor reply .4 .
section 3. sending stamp ,:m.J.
has 34
day. Health Physician Clark attributesthe I Picking been delayed and will who was forcibly taken from his home a few township s, range 40 e, containing Box 11. P.iehmond."a., __ .
I 193 _
not become general the 93-100 Lot 3 of T
throughout district acres.
continuance of the disease I I sec.
to the
carelessness nights ago by a masked band of Ku Klux,
of the people in regard to vaccination. j until after the 15th of September. As compared supposed to be composed mainly of members 14, and lot 1. section 23 township 31 s, TO OUR RE.'DEnS.
: with last the cotton range 40 e. containing 59 32-100; )
year, gives acres.
The two cases reported to-day make thirtyin | of his own race, because he had deserted the :Malaria or Ague Sure l I!
promise of a large however I
yield.dapendent, nod
all fair weather the I Union Labor party, which is very strong Terms, cash. Purchaser pays for In this broid assertion. w. -r- aial s0C
upon future among the colored people of east Texas, and *Utp positively that ILedwnwa'trOll1 .e..
Decapitated by Cars. and a late fall Corn has been badly dam- i I title.Dated ..
potions be
announced his intention to support the Republican the 3rd of can fld.. nand
day September A. D. ,.
MASSILLON 0. Sept 1.-At Burton Station l. blown ,
aged y being down, but the yield a permanent cure gu.Arosiccases eewl's faur1'
ticket and the Demo- 1SSS. tor
on the C., L. & W. railway, this morning | will be larger than list year, unless rains presidential whose kdl.-w remeJrt COSo
cratic state and local tickets, was found WALTER S. our mallib1e
a coal miner named John Simpson stood I continue to fall_and r2t.I .. GKAIIAU: been cared by anenICor ttytb t iII..
to tree in bad state of tain neither quinine yglnt
: hanging a a decompo- Commissioner.
upon the track and was struck by a passing Full treatment free by oM pby"kLS5o t oil
train. His head rolled to one side of the Gave No Reasons for Resigning. 'I S1 ARTHUR F. S. WILLIAMS standing also trial remedy seat oa sea 1
I NEW YORK l. Police Justice An- : ..16 S.Y'
track, leaving his collar and necktie as it Sept A. Dies From Grief and Shame. Solicitor for Administrators cum wtf- dres to BrnE.\, '1 p o a -
drew J. White has resigned from the county A8.HFI
was before tjie..!accident. LITTLE ROCK, Ajrk., Au& 31.-Advices mcnt-i annex 20
i Democracy. He gives no re-JOr.


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, Canada Has Her Backup and Wants to Fresh Crisp I after a I-ccc..fl" meeting. Pri s to the SOIEtGOBCTTM
Get Even. Gleanings! of Recent Noteworthy amount of ;moo).:&Jl were given. r

... BREWING BETWEEN EN- MONTREAL, Aug.Tbe popular excite- Ilappenin j I The bi,.: centennial iced shoot will take i I '
AND CHINA.nJbe& deposit of nickel has been discov- EVAPORATORS
GLAND ment caused by President Cleveland's mes- ered j place At C.nemmti September 4 5 6 7 and
near Russell
Spring*, Logan county, 2,5tt) live birds
Ia. sage calmed down now, and it is possible Kansas. I are oa hand for the'spor*.

V to De the Bone of Contention.Another to discover the true feeling of the Canadians Miss Fannie i I Mike Conley; the Ithaca giant, has chal
Boyington !
daughter Kilrain
. on the for a fight to finish
Vain Attempt to Restore HarBtoay fishery subject It is not very different wealthy Chicago architect, eloped with the for *l,,'JO a $;dl'. Jem Smith and Joe MILLS
from at first, but family coachman. I McAuliffe ,
deep down
in the
Between Milan and Natalie-King popu- have virtually refused to
lar General I meet Con.
mind Is a belief that the whole Harrison that hi will '
says not
matter la
to ItetUt Italy Notes.lasvos .
Prepared discuss II And ]! tl\rs'
john simply an election move, and that the con- political topics, or permit himself to It is said that President Stern of the Cin- Syrup : Supplies.For .
Sept 1.-Thero is not much tingency of the president really enforcing interviewed while he i* at Middle Bass. cinnati club, will forsake base hail
- .. next
- debt that England has a war on her hands non-intercourse after he obtains the authority i i The earth shivered at Stevenson, Ala., j I season on account of the requirements of his

gfiome magnitude. The lamas, or chiefs of of congress Is very remote. All acknowledge was greatly done.alarming the J1egr oes. No damage other business. Catalogue ant! Copy of SorghumGrower's

bare made quite formidable that it declared it will be
ftjbet preparation a very serious
Tfaadory | Their
, wben the nature of their frontier do- thing for Canada miles Dark Secret was spoken 1,"'-)\)) I Business LJoominsr. Guide, address
A movement : from Boston. The captain re- Probably no one thing has caudal
has such
the Himalayn Mountains are consid set ou foot to peti ported all '

--.. des,A representative of the Chinese tiou the imperial government, in the event The builders'well :a general: revival of trade at all the drugstores I CHAP rAlf & CO., MADISON IND.
ered. em-
of the engineer board tbe ,
United States on City on Indian River as their
,-. has arrived at Sba-ssa' but it is declaring non-inter- of New York would I giving i
peror hardly conrse, to not permit her engines
place to their
a nominal duty on American to be driven : away customers of >o many free THE
probable that his counsel will be followed by wheat and other grains, while admitting the at a high rata of speed. It is I trial bottles of Dr. Kin ':; New Discovery I

ge Jamas, now that the war spirit has been product of Canada and other colonies free. given hours as behind a reason why she was twenty-six for Consumption. Their trade is s> r i
aroused and preparations beau made. I Ibis, it is claimed would the Umbria. illlpl-1 t
soon bring the Emma Howard enormous: in this very valuable article AUTOMATICSELFSKIMMINC

t fifteen thoasand men, whom ordinarily a of United her States to its knees by depriving her skater, is held by,the a somewhat Chicago criminal not l roller court I! from the fact that it always cures and I

few regiments of Indian regulars could route, while benefitting principal market Canada., and not injuring, for stealing a gold watch. never dUipjtoints. Cough, coM, asthma -
are hi command of the passes and rerolved It fa being There are several cases of Texas fever at bronchitis, croup, and all throat and
soon driring the small English force out of and Russia could that India, Canada Galesburg, Ill., caused by pasturing cattle lung diseases quickly cured. You can !
more than ilv
JItIIIpt &kkim. to which the lamas lay claim. A British denun 1 without nn- the> the 'I near the railroad trW'IL---, ?_?..!., .hi"h.. n. ? T...,.......,",,*, test it before buying by getting a trial

regiment of Gookas have gone forward from to consumers. A public increasing meeting to price cattle are shipped.: t little free, large size $1. Every: bottle AND .

Htrjeeling, the chief town on the southern this proposal will be called in a few A man named George Kirkpatnck and hip u.irrunted.Z3 I
border of Sikkim, to support the small family lately arrived in -- ----
army MacDonald is hurrying back to the Sbru.jrileld, Mo., ac I
L at the front. Fighting may be expected from the beaside. On his arrival the cabinet capital companied by a man named Henry C. Wil- y the JUfjIi 3ICdICIUV. I Perpetual Evaporators

- tuna will consider the situation. 60" The latter has since disappeared, and The d.y ol teas: dwoftion{ infusion anl''

It if impossible for troops to winter on the It is stated iu semi-official circles that a I he Kirkpatrick has been arrested. It is thouzht -tchlojw has l'a.s-t..l and being replaced AND THE

gphadi of northern Sikkim, and the necas- special session of parliament will be at once j j horses murdered Wilson to get I'usioa of hwi by fluid extractThe latent: United Mates
will be on the English to defeat the .i and wagon, t-Sc. )
etj convoked to strengthen the i lil-pon-s.itfiry: s-iv" in tills conmxtion
lamas drive them from the mountain passeseDQapend hand and to sanction whatever government's policy may I I A man calling himself R a. JJunu, anJ t4JJ )ti decoctions and in fusionhave: now Improved Victory Cane Mill
the winter in Thibet. That is be decided representing himself to bo a lawyer for Sav- bvfoiuvaliiio-t
Hon. obsolete "
Mr. and
3l. upon. Laurier
leader : !
I[ 1t deservedly: 'o.
wh&t the English will do, no doubt, but be- of the age ; Green, of South Omaha Xl"b. OUR SPECIALTIES.Also
&&J opposition, notified MacDonald that I j 138 steers bought In view halt b done: the Thibetans may be aroused the Liberal would from Cunningham & liar of St. : :-tubborn facts
party not we beg to call
oppose Paul
tot warlike effort that will require more measures to any II He presented a draft on Savage & Portable Soda Fountains.
- sustain Canada's dignity, and Green for ; ta the Prickly A>I., Poke Hoot and Potaiuni '-
- nea and money to withstand than is now expected declared that 3,374.aj in payment for the :
be Leers,
'6tr would support tbe (Cunl'otHlil which has stuli >t* Prices
government which afterward gained a B:, Low and Goods Guaranteed.
... whenever possible. I',i Some proved worthl.-s;. .Mt'Tiely. nnd is undoubtedly theMJEATEST
It it not Mormon elder
impossible that China
- may coma are doing extensive

tithe assistance of Thibet, for there is no MANY LIVES LOST. I in Boone aud Raleigh counties West :! the Ji 't'. Has cured 15LOI more PUKIFIEKot rheumatism NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC.
doubt that the whole business is a piece of I
The Crew of a Wrecked Vessel Eight Syphilis, crofttiaOldSores Skin Diseases
fattcusable aggression and Take to Indian maidens have ,
an attempt to arrived in Wabash BIoo.l
1 r force the Thibetans to trade with India. Itoate, Which Are Capsized I Ind., where they will attend school and ,I i than Taints etc., in the last six months If have

,. Thibet-is a dependency of China, which ex STE. FLAVIE, Que., Aug. 31.-On Satur- cease being heathens. all the other moot! remedies on the you any _

atiies BO few rights of sovereignty that it day last the steamship Bratsborg, coal laden, Thirteen Mongolians were initiated into I market. It i> no humbug:, no secret, but a OLD FURNITWSuol j

. MIDI to be hardly remembered, from one on her way from Sydney to Montreal, strucka the mystery of Chinese Freemasonry: at the jtri'iarat: l'umpr'sl'11 I ot fluid extracts of

decade to another, as a dependency. Yet rock at Cape Chattee and was damaged lodge rooms of Chin Iou Yeck lodge, Chievento& Prickly Ah Poke Hoot, Queens.- Delight .
considerably. She cago, Tuesday and Sarsaparilla: with the Iodide of Pota
China is accustomed to suddenly remember was headed for the shoreat Te order was established .. "
ker rights of sovereignty, a* the French once to keep her afloat, and went aground about twelve years ago, and now : siurnIMt"1. I'h v-icians endorse it a. a!plen- I OH _T .J,
found in Tonquin, and vindicate them with on Saturday night near Ste' Felicite, nine has a membership exceeding ljOWO. I i did combinatii. I: i i4- a powerful tonic and -u AS'l
That miles below Mataue, from which The steamer St. Paul builds tip time s\'stcn1 rapidlyIf
tome rigor. is the risk England is place Capt. arrived at San I you am
running, and she may suddenly find that she Neilson telegraphed on Sunday to Quebec Francisco from Alaska, Wednesday with weak and feeble tryone bo'ttle. T.-e lJeot ORGANS"PIANOS
. In a big thing on her hands. for assistance. A fearful storm sprung up ..o1tCharles skim: II P. P. :,ml ain flesh! rnt.iillv..In: -_ n will rnrt1remedy -

I on Sunday mzht. and the cantoin was form*! I Crocker's will bequeaths,59- for; malarial j>uA: -* a tonic i and;; .

a- S rvl.'. King and Queen. on :Monday to abandon the vessel, taking-off OOij to his wife, children and relative. chill* in every innle! who are in a low BUREAUS.

:2 LOXDOX) Sept I.-Another ineffectual at : with him t 'o lady passengers The crew, I The annual report of the commissioner of 1 regulator: .,Ytl! it ha: no equal. Try one

tempt ba been made to reconcile King composed I seventeen men, were left on I ILoard. pensions shows dO,; dad new names added I| ;tat ;-:ii1l1 bo convinced.Mr. BEDSTEADS

Milan and Queen Natalie of Servia. Those Tr.-/ remained until morning, when to the list. There are now 452,5.j7r .' ,

toI.. who essayed to perform the kind office of the steamer h.*,an to break up. They took I roU. Had that ,.rlu.tlt Kisow'illg. Or any other Furniture that you wish .
mediator thought that if an agreement of to two small oats, but soon after leaving The British.court of &Q collision* between \\\ H. Morgan, merchant, Lake RE-VARNISHED AND POLISHED
tome kind, evena modus Vivendi could be the steamer LoUr boats one was to bt ,
were upset, and \"the City of Chester in San City, Fla., was taken with a severe Cold,
1 imaged betneeq tlje! warring couple beforethe fifteen of the seventeen sailors were I the 0' OaY. attt'endcd with a distressing Cough; and Call on the undersigned, at the head
actual suit for divorce drowned. Twalt h..L --*"" .
was proceeded Inidfes{
d with tha evil day ini & per- Miss, outraged a widow her have all of the above article-
Lfpia settlement effected The tfatArminM I : daughter anda stage.Ho; tried many so-called popular or any
rebuff with! which the effort was met, however Three More People Drowned. neighbor's daughter, and wa- arrested cough remedies and steadily grew worse.: made to look as well as New;; or' ill[

,ha pretty well established the fact PROVIDENCE, R. L, Aug. 31.-The barge while taking part in a religious meeting, Was reduced in flesh: had ditllculty in call: at residences when work can not boloved.

that this will be the last attempt of the kind Governor Jackson foundered at sea between captured from the sheriff and Jycchad. He breathing and, was unable to sleep. Finally Also all kinds of Ornamental
rFs\ Cape Henry and Delaware breakwater, confessed.
made. Matters have progressed too far for about tried Dr. King's New Discovery Sign Painting a specialty.
i 4 o'clock last Thursday morning, and Charles
Dugan in the
was in
police court
treo policy to dictate a reconciliation, and a for Consumption and found immediate
I the colored cook, with his wife and child, St. Louis for though worth $.b -vv'. B.. :B.NOK.,
. legal is the ,-
teparation relief from I
only matrimonial relief and after about half dozen
drowned. using a
were She, together with the barge 000.( He had inherited that sum after
" bonds that either can expect now. Seth Lowe I a bottle found himself well and has had Tit is\ lilt', Fin.
Prom all at it both coal laden was being previous arrest, when ha was tined $500 and n tf.
appearances present seems towed by the tug Raleigh from Newport told to leave town. The officer did no return of the disease. No other rem .
arresting --- -- -
. u the
though oonsistory at Belgrade would
News to this port.Customs not know of the change of affairs. edy can show so grand a record of cures XOTICU.F.ANI .
put, as far as possible, a fair trial of the
r cue, though of course tie kin;; will do all he (Mod, From Meatot. Preparations for the lumchmg of the as Dr. King's New Discovery for Con- > OFFICE Gainesville, Fla.. )

It on la hia own capital to bend the suit in his CITY OF MEXICO: Aug. :33.-For some time I caisson for the new crib which will add to :sumption. Guaranteed to do just whatis July 30 1SSS. /

arm past the proportion of dut llb'e goods entered the water supply of Chicago are- being claimed for it. Trial bottle free at Notice i; hereby given that the follow-

i The latest reports via Parts declare that at the Mexican custom house at Paso del I actively pushed.i Dixon & P cn
obedience to the Servian law the queen Norte for transportation over the line of the I Crimes and Ca<*uulti*' mention to niakciinal proof support of

will be allowed to appear before the consistory Mexican Central railroad ha been very An encounter occurred at Arlington, 1.\Ill\lli\ Ci I( !: : his claim,and that said proof will lie made

In person, as Natalie demanded. Thisdackon small. Thib due to the tact that at that Texas, between Joe Elliott sari Harvey ;IIII, lfb..Iii I' bclore_\. A.Stewart, clerk Circuit Court.

I is extremely obnoxious to King custom house the slightest excuse avails for Spear, wealthy cattlemen, over the sale of a 'Titusville. Fla., on Sept. 2Sth, &%S. vi/::
Xflan who has the of Chas. II. M. Evans of Micco. Fl.i. I). S2110 -
every reason to fear his imposition upon goods fines which go lot of cattle. Spear died from loss of blood.
wifA presence in Belgrade. The report into the pockets of tbe collector and his staff I! Elliott eaoaped unhurt. for the lot C Sec. :'M 1 Tp. :20( :5.1iy

aye that be cannot prevent the operation of of inspectors. Matters are so bad there that William I':.

this law, but must submit to the decision. a large share of the goods which we would] 'I' Ky., for attempting S&pp was to arrested poison his at wife.Lebanon, x Ql? t N' lIe names the following witnesses to

On this account it is thought that the trial naturally have come over the Central are Horace Christler prove his continuous residence upon,
.a in
wiQ be delayed It is, however, an assured imported through Vera Cruz. Even if there mont township Allen living El. PYRAFUSEA and cultivation of, said land viz :

bet that the people of Servia side with the were a reciprocity treaty with the United kiCed by a neighbor, John county Carter.Harry Kansas. was SCUK CfitK Fi William Ilindlc. Joseph Paine. Joseph -

qven rather than the king. The former i* States the Central railroad would be handicapped Ferrell CHILLS &. FEVER, Williamson, and William Emorick
aged ten, son of
popular and the latter is exceedingly unpopular by the manner in which the Paso del Ferrell at East George all of )licco, Fla.:
In his own country, Norte custom house is administered. The accidentally shot and :killed by John Brnba-, was ; Ei % S. C. 'I'CCKEtt.

Vera Cruz custom house official themselves ker It; KegUter.IVOTICE. .
j aged; twelve.In .
London Police Squabble. regard the system prevailing at Paso del
Lorna, Sept L-The metropolitan a family quarrel at Collingsville..,j
po Norte as absurd, although it tends to the Harber .
ke force of London is about to lose some of the of Vera Cruz. Quincy slew his son-in-law, Joe
advantage port Adams. LAND Ol<'FICI-;. GAI J.svn.r.E. FI..\., }
oft most efficient officers, owing to themanagement A
of Scotland aN. the police Settled It With Plato The jury at Lebanon Ky., found William Aug. 18th. ISSS. /

fcalqtuurtera. Sir Charles Warren, chieff.IDmmia1oner LOUISVILLE, Aug. OO.Springfield.Vash- I Sapp guilty of poisoning with arsenic a Notice is hereby given that tho followingnamed

who will be remembered for ington county, was the scene of a sensational piece of watermelon intended for his wife. settler has ailed notice of

Mi peremptory commands during the Tra"Ifftf tragedy Monday afternoon. Peter H. Head, TWO brothers named Collier wero instaatfy UPPMAtiIRAfUGE: his intention to make final proof in support -

square rata, is charged by his fellow a prominent farmer, and his son-in-law, killed by falling derrick at East Saginaw, I of his preemption claim, and that,

fioen with exercising his powers with too Samuel Milton, fought a desperate duel with Mich. said proof will be made before A. .\.
Mtfuhand, and making it impossible for pistols in the' high road. Head was killed at Lawrence Hutcbings two years and eight Wonderful Ch ill! and Fever Expeller Stewart clerk of Circuit Court at I'itui-

tbeu1 to serve under him. the fifth fire, but Milton escaped without a months of age, was kidnaped from Evanston It cures the chills awl fever tones up the eye emS villa Fla., on Oct. 9th, 18SS, vi/ :

Toey complain that be Wan autocrat and israp41y wound. For several years past there has IU-, fit rescued at the Northwestern gives an appetite, faitjiD;etrengtUand" health William II. Wade, of Palm Beach D. S.

| destroying tIN efficiency of the serv- been trouble between the two, growing out depot in Chicago. 2130. for the east i of north-east J and

lot Asriitant Commissioner James Monroe of family matters. Monday afternoon they I Joseph Dradzuski stepped out of his howe east h of south-east (quarter section 21,

*as already resigned, and others will shortly met in the road. Both men drew their at Chicago to close a coal house doer, and township 11 south range 43 cast.

bad la their resignations. Mr. Monroe is tots and began firing. Halt a dosen Pis-I some person fired five shots at him, four of mJmJ He names the following witnes e.* to

<* the ablest men attached to Scotland were exchanged, and Head fell to them hitting him. prove his continuous residence upon,

Yard, and it was through his untiring effort ground, shot in three places. Several men Columbus Carter, an evictor in the employof and cultivation of said 1:1Ild.oiz :

. taut the various plot. of the dynamitersthe who had been working near by, rushed to a railroad company, was assassinated John L. Highsmith, of Lake Worth ;
(Prickly Ash, Poke Root, and Potassium)
ding jubilee celebrations and at other the scene, but not In time to intercept Milton while returning home from work on his Fred. S. Dewey, of Palm Bench ; Joseph

"a*, eve foiled. There fa much feeling who Jumped over the fence and escaped. farm on Moran, Kan. CURES Jenkins, of Palm Beach ; Obi GmlmuUlI-

JJK the retiring of these officers and it is Head was removed to his home where he A sixteen-year old negro boy named sen. of Hypoluxo, Fla.

Improbable that the home secretary may died a few hours later. Graves, was lynched near Brownstown, SYPHILIS 10 S. Tt'CKEB, KesUter.IVOTICE. i .

Sadtbat SIr Charles Warren is more availn Ark., for outraging the e-year-old daughter
'* some other CaMe Call for a Passenger Train. of a white farmer named Tally. and .
position. Primary Secondary, Tertiary Syphilis,Syphilitic
McHE.vnv, IlL, Aug. 31.-Tbe passengerson G. A. Rosy, Dennis Griffin and Patrick Eruptions Scrofula and ScrofulousErup
Bags r Convention I Ulcers and Old Sores Rheumatism and LAND OFFICE at Gainesville, Fla.
Bounty Concluded. the Chicago d: Northwestern train for Ready were killed in 1 I
a collision near Burlington i I' all diseases of the blood ; all) those that haveresisted August 25, 188- |
ijff00 Sept L-The conference that left here at 5Ss Wednesday
sugar Chicago p. m. Iowa on the, Chicago Burlington & other treatment yield steadily and sorely
final meeting Thursday. The slgnar7P had a great fright and narrow escape Qtuncy. to wonderful power of P. P. P., the crestBlood Notice is hereby given that the follow

wer are Great Britain, Germany, from a serious wreck about five miles from At Stevenson, Ala., on the Nashville & Purifier. ing-named settler has filed notice of his

ixe HunZnry. Belgium, Spain, Italy, the here. The train was going at a high rate of Chattanooga railroad, a train struck a buggycontaining intention to make final proof in support

h0ever-&ADIlS and Russia. Austria-Hungary, speed around a down grade curve when the J. F. Moulton, wife and child. SCROFULA ol his claim and that said proof will be

reserve the right to examine the parallel rods on the engine broke. The cab Moulton was instantly killed and the child made before Circuit Judge, or in his
meter further, and France reserves the was knocked to pieces. The air brakes were fatally injured. I Is an Impurity in the blood, producing Lumps or absence clerk of Circuit Court :Titus

rfcht to sign within dx: months. The con- demolished and the crew was seized with afrf'nzy Robert Herman Swelling, causing linnnlrg Sores on the Arms, villa, Fla., on October 12th, 1SS3 viz. :
Uou a Chicago barber, entered Legs, or Feet, for the core cf which use P. P. P.
4t ;: provides. for the abolition of bountiesmnufactura of terror. The frightful crashing of the office of Dr. D. C. Higgins and fired two I the greatest blood medicine on earth. All heat Elbert B. Carter, of Slims :Fla., II. E.

" 'gar.the and exportation of the heavy beam threw the passengers into a shots at him at close range. Herman d diseases yield readily: to the power of P. P. P., 10332, for the X. }:. quarter of S. E.

't England agrees not to Impose differentcane panic which was happily relieved without clared that he had attempted to kill Dr. Higgins egiving new life and new strength. quarter, .md lots 1 and 2, section :31:: ,

toQntrlea't on and beet Imports from the serious result The train stopped almost of because the latter had insulted a young township 20 s. range 35 e.

-I..: Party to the convention. The its own accord about half a mile from where .1 lady who called on him professionally. Dr. i BLOOD POISON He names the following[ \vitnes=c3 to

JJJJJJ*signing the convention will exclude the accident occurred, and it was regarded Higgins declares the charge utterly ground prove his continuous resit enccupanaudcultivation
t3 Cored in its worst form sometimes in cases with
f sugar, molasses and glucose coming as almost a miracle that the train was not i Erysipelas,where the patient; wad in Eternal Pain of, said land' viz. : '

p ntrieoJ that have not signed the conKing thrown from the track.A less.An end of the Hagemisters Brewing company end given up by the physicians. In tome ca:eaScrofulous James Coachman.. Robert Carlisle.
I shed, at Green Via I Ulcers broku ont till the party *"as amass Moses W. 'Thompson Richard: llermlon.
Bay fell
Startling Charje. of corruption; a bottle of P. P. P. Mas
I John Heady to Fight. killing two employes Charles Lebanonr and : procured, and thi disease )'ieldcd quickly.RHEUMATISM. all of Minis, Fla. 20
31. In ,
to PHILADELPHIA. Aug. the Journal
KDolf, &pt. L-It i August Zare. S. C. TUCKKK, Ilegister.i .
Is reported that tbe United Labor Mr.
of Powderly demand
4 ::!' 1MIni4 bas The boiler of a portable engine used at the i
the gem massed hi. trooPJ on for the publication of the Pacific railroad f NOTICE.
tableland Denton, Texas, ice works, exploded. Robert
to resist ,
a possible"a. commission's report, and that he I
nvadoa In fact there b not much says Kirkpatrick, engineer, was killed, and John And in all Affections of the Blood P.Po P.tanI On Monday the lt day of October next
that the Italian will recently beard it positively stated that "if: Benson, foreman, fatally injured. alone and unrivaled! end some of its cures are I will apply"to Hon. Minor S. Jones, Co.
I try undertake raili the people of the United State knew what really wonderful. I
Fla.. for leave
epenttons In Abyssinia this winter.yatch : If suffer from like Syphilis,Scrofula Judge of Brcvard county,
late was contain in that report, in the way of Sporting Sipark you anything
of troops to Maao"ah can of fraud and i o Blood Poison, Ulcer OM Sore, Rheumatism a I to quit claim the Interest of Texas Sheffield -
bathing else It is exposure treachery to the government In a fight between Jerry Slattarly and or any disease of tho blood, bo cure and a minor, in and to the following
important to her
'ten they would march on to Washington P. P. P. trial.
I i Give a
I Tally Owens at Butte, Mont, Owens in said : The southeast
s that was real estate county
barder he should have the and bang to lamp posts every congressman :: P. P. P. (Prickly Ah Poke Root and Potassium
... blow her allies, area\ she must .trike or senator who had any hand or part ia awarded the fight in the ninth round on afoul ) ia no secret patent medicine like the many } of southeast | of section 22, township
to win their on the market its formula is on every: bottle, 21 south, range 31 east. ,
confidence In her damnable work: that has caused
the the report thus giving a guarantee of its purity and wboleI *
80 Johnny Reagan that he is Guardian.
tAr nays auxioo totacjcle \1'. S. BULL,
4ete t she has only suffered to be such a terror to the politicians as I oneness that DO other blood purifier docs give
Jack Dempsey in,. a finish fight. Titusville Fla., Aug. 2J: 1SS3. IStilI
to make them tremble at the thought its f



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LOCAL LACONICS.Prof. -Mr. Jas. Pritchard returned from I, ment of any community in which heI I Mrs.WL'sLow's Advice SOOTHTSCSTBCP to Mothers.should alwar* POI SALE.

for Melbourne a trip to Rockledge yesterday. may choose to reside. In this particular be used when children are cutting teeth. It relieves A tract of land on Indian River intf.,
Hoxie left on the little roffererat once;itprodaceanatural, of
-After for few await- we deem Memphis, Teun., where we quiet sleep,and th little cherub avakesaa'brightas county llrc-ardJ cOD+ktio:: of ..
delay a days
Monday.Mr. a home a button." It is very pleasant to taste. It acres; it bubs! lot No. 3. and south hS
of Eau Gallie ing the arrival of new ammonia, the ice learn they intend to make their soothes the child,softens the guns,allay all pain, of the northeast Barter of
Willie Gleason sections:
regulates the bowels and ia the be known remed
doubly fortunate in adding to num- and lot No. 3. being
this afternoon. factory will commence running again.Go for diarrhoea, whether arising from teething or southwest W:
came up ber two such people, as Mr. Sweet and ether cauaea. Tweatr-flTe cents a bottle. I ter of the northwest quarter of ti1

Oliver & Budge say Georgia pine !, to T. Hatchett & Co. for curly his charming bide, both of whom we, J. PEITCIIARD,President. 36, both in township 31 south, range; :3) ;

lumber speaks for itself. pine moulding for finishing, Sash,Doors, with all heir friends truly regret to W. M. BROWS,Cashier. cast. This is a very desirable i piece V.1
Blinds, and everything in the line of hammock :"filuf+ rich iualitr. uiul _
-Some of the absent Titusvillites are builder's hardware.The loose. Before leaving the State, a. visit INDIAN RIVER BANK. for the raising of all tropicarfruits. Ij .

expected to return home within the next will be made to Mr. Sweet's people in situated at the Narrows, near Enw: p.*:

few days. ladies of the Episcopal church Orange County. Titusville, Florida.A office. Will sell cheap for cash F.. '
expect to give a concert about Court particulars address 9
The only firm on Indian River that GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRAN- E. M. LOW I t
week in October the proceeds to be ex- Lake Worth.
Fell Georgia pine lumber and no other is SACTED. Sept. 3. Brockton. Mas*, '
pended on the new Episcopal Church. Windy,
Exchange bought and s.oM. Special and
Oliver & Budge. I
-We hear that Mr. Eacott And water prompt attention given to collections. Loans VIEW
expects to I GRAND
-Mrs. Geo. Altree, and Mrs. Restall I negotiated on first mortgage for Savings HOTEL; :
return to Titusville shortly and continue More pentiful.Quarantine Banks, Corporations and Individuals. Interest
have been on a visit to :Melbourne the allowed on time deposits.S1OOOOO .
in the tinning business, and that he has still on. TITUSVillE, FLA.
first of the week. TO LOANOn t
Xot visitors coming just now.
secured the Huckabay cottage for a resi- many

Miss-Mr.Beckie and Mrs.Mims Charles left for Magruder Brantley and on dence on Palm street. Work on Capt. H. P. Dye's new hotel' First-class Real Estate. Tie most csntrally located Hotel II(City, :f

-There will be a meeting of Indian is progressing finely. Advances made upon available collateral. -0NEW --- t

Monday morning. River Lodge No. 90 at their hall in Capt. U. D. Hendrickson is awaitingto Approved business paper discounted.: HOC E. FIUST-TLAiS LN r
_.T, Rirntianm' Clothing Establishment I Drafts on all parts of Europe. EVERY RESPECT
0 I Titusville on Saturday evening the 15th build a. warehouse on his store wharf. Business done at Jacksonville rates.
will be closed from six m. Friday Open all the round. Table l'ur. :
p. : year
inst. at 7 o'clock. All the members will Church services have been stopped, Every favor, consistent with sound .
until six m. Saturday. banking, cheerfully extended. passed. Bath Rooms Free.
take notice and themselves V
please govern but Sunday School is still being held r
CORRESPONDENTS: Bank of Jacksonville Rates jy-J.r)o x *:l.oo
-Capt. Cassidey is in charge of the accordingly.Since regularly.Born Jacksonville, Fla.; The Seaboard National per On). :
Georgiana during the absence of Capt. Bank, New Yoik 23 SPECIAL KATES PET. WEEK ,
last week the yellow fever has Sept. 2nd, to Mr. and Mrs. E. B. !

Paddison in Xorth Carolina. grown more malignant at Jacksonville, Plunket, a 10 pound boy, both mother A. L. Hatch & Son, IJ.I A. .;JIIL.LER"opl'iel.or :
Joe Smith has told that he
-Capt. us as high as 77 new cases occurring in one and son getting along finely. DEALERS IN INDIAN RIVER
expects to receive some excellent oysters day. The highest number of deaths was ARTGALLER1s
Mullet and other kinds of fish are
from down the river in a few days. 12-on Tuesday. Report for yesterdaywas coming into the lake now and fishing DRY GOODS NOTIONS s

-Anyone desiring to register in this 59 new cases and 9 deaths.T. PICKKNS: TTUNER: ,
again promises to be good shortly.

precinct can do so by applying to Mr. Hatchett & Co. always keep on Postmaster Gale was under the weather Hardware, Crockery, Saddlery, Photographer, :
J. P. Blake, the proper registration offi hand immense stock of Georgia Pine Medi-
an Stationery Family
Views East Coast and Indian Hirer
a. few days ago, but was afraid to men- on .
cer. Lumber and congratulate themselves on I cines Garden Seeds
tion it for fear some one might think he a Specialty.
Oliver & Budge don't advertise having been able to keep other Indian Has the only Authorized PuoTur.ura ;
had the fever it was rearly a
-- lumber and sell Florida. River dealers during the last OF
Georgia pine supplied
bilious attack, and he has entirely recovered that has ever been made during their '
-- sell but Georgia yellowpioneer month well their customers. Hay, Corn, Mapes Fertilizers.
They nothing as as own now, it is too late for any one to be travels. Orders by mail receive croept

-The schooner Ruby Dye started down scared. CITY POINT, FLORIDA. attention. 49.omo.
-- -- --- --- --- -
vDurst, of Crescent City, the the river Tuesday morning with a partyof -- -

operating in Tttm>.Qf Florida, is now youthful sprigs of the law from the Garden: Seed.s. WE CALL THE ATTENTIONOf

box 211. Mdress P. O. I bound Just received, in bulk, a fresh, new
County seat Orange. They are the people of Indian River to our stock of Goods,

-:\ J. McGlashan, formerly [for the port of Miami aud are in for afltime crop of garden seeds in cabbage, beans, which we are offering at very close margin.We .

this place, was in town on Saturday last. :, Mr. J. F. Lewis accompaniedCapt. cucumber, raddUh, tomatoes, squash, make a specialty of

lie has recently been at work for the cauliflower, celery, and many other vari-
J. eties. Have contracted for 100 bushelsof
Groceries Grain and Flora
railway at Palatka.T. ted with their yacfK,1?: and wife star Early Rose, SnowFlake, and lied Hay

Hatchett & Co. advertise by the Tuesday for their home tT6\Xinuee' ,on Chili seed potatoes. This: is first-class I I ,

because er. Stewart has On which will special inducements. We a large stock of
page they want everybody to Capt. been taking nrlY.1 P stock. Ready for delivery Novem we give carry

come and look at their mammoth stockof Convention, but said it was too squally 'b ." 1
Georgia Pine Lumber.Mr. for him to all his sail he will nowh... .0
carry Prices all seeds-' at"x J.11,11bf.hl8hcf;. Which we are offering at low figures. Those needing shoes will find it greatly: to
G. F. Duren is off visit for wait for a more favorable opportunity. on 1 call shoos low.
on a t} 11a I" 1 their interest to give us a as we are selling very
about a month to Columbia, S. C., which -Ludden and Bates Southern Music quotations. .... We will be pleased to quote prices at any time.

was his former home. Mr. John Sundy, House propose to give one month more Geo. B. Rumph. i. L. a= ,A..DY d3 BB.O.
of LaGrange, has charge of the market. time to their mid-summer sale which allows liuckleu's Arnica Salve. --- --- --

The time will soon be here for the I I a. purchaser during September, and The best salve in the world for cuts, THE SIMPLEST IS THE BEST.THE .

opening of our school. The little folks October until the first of December to bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever

have had a long vacation and should make final settlement at spot cash prices. sores, tetter chapped hands, chilblains, '+ { ; r
and all skin and V
corns eruptions'
now prepare for hard study, and lots oft Any one desiring to purchase should now tively posi- .
F r cures piles, or no pay required
it. send in their order. V'V n i a
It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction -

-Mr. Durst started work on the arte- -The many friends of Mr, Henry Eg- or money refunded. Price 25 cents
per box. For sale by all drug stores in Vb
sian well again on Monday, having, at ger, in this vicinity will learn with great Titusville, and on Indian River.

last, received the long-looked-for machinery regret, that he has succumbed to yellow 1

which he ordered about two monthsago. fever, at Jacksonville. At the start of

the disease he made no attempt to leave TITUS HOUSE, TROYWIND V V, Mt ....tM

-Mr. J. A. McCrory started for the city, but stuck to his post of duty. TITUSYILLE, FLORIDA.
His good health and temperance will l
GainesrilleIonday morning, to look PLEASANT LOCATION. iM" I1
doubtless help him to combat the disease
after some land matters for parties in REASONABLE RATES. MILLHas

Dade, and expects to be absent about a safely. LARGE, COOL ROOMS\
-We learn to-day that Capt. T. W.
week. Special arrangements by the week or less pieces and runs /
Lund and
family are out at Salt Lake
-Mr. George Altree, of Sanford, who month. 19 easier than any mill

has been on the sick list for some time with the steamer Fox, expecting to come MRS. S. A. SINGLETON Proprietress made.Mills .
to Indian River. Quarantine officers i
past, arrived here on Tuesday, and will I
Martin and Laney are there to stop NOTICE.In .
remain for a short time to endeavor to
them, and our citizens can rest assured
recruit his health. Circuit Court (f the Seventh\Judicia :." '.. .
that they will them ) .." -.. ...
keep there. Evenat ',.
; : -
,' -Mr. 31. Faring Davis, of the J. T. the expiration of the 15-day limit Circuit. of Florida, in and for Brevard ,It- 'M-v.i ;'"' .;-r.-... oJ' .z

&. K. W. Ry. Co., has gone down the County, A. D. 1888. .I.
of their
none baggage should be allowed
river to Eden to spend a few months for In Chancery. .
here. We hope the Board will give the
his health. We hope he will find the AUGUST HABERNICIIT, Derricks Pumps Tanks
matter their prompt attention.
climate there beneficial. vs. }\Divorce. J
-Last Friday afternoon chronicledthe :MATA C. HABEKNICHT.

-The Dade Delegation started, Monday death of one more of the old colored It appearing by affidavit of the agentof and Pipe Work put in complete and warranted. Pipe and fittings on

with Capt. Peter Larsen, for Lake residents of Indian the above complainant that respondent short notice. Pumps of all kinds furnished and repaired.
Ri.erGeorge'Varren. is over the of 21 and .d1
age a
Worth. They report that their stay of He had undergone a course of fever non-resident of the State of Florida years buta For the next ninety days, where cash accompanies order, I will furnish a
for $40 well
one week at the county seat of Brevardwas the week before resident of the United States, to-wit, or and force pump for $52.
quite a pleasant one. but Dr. Wilson had of the City ot Charleston, State of South Call on or address JOHN MYERS,
succeeded in breaking it, and he was Carolina; it is, therefore, ordered that
-Mr. and Mrs. Chas. D. Sweet took around again during last week. Dr. the above-named respondent, Mata C. 12 Box 208, TITUSVILLE FLA.

Tuesday morning's train for Clarcona, Brown, the attending physician, Habefnicht, do plead, answer or demurto -
pronounced complainant's bill of complaint, filed
in Orange County, where they will spend death from paralysis, and it is herein, ou or before the 15th day of BOBBINS & GRAHAM, ::1

their honeymoon. The STAR wishes also true that he was taken with colic October, A. D. 1S88, otherwise the same
them much joy and happiness.Mr. will be taken as confessed.
about the time of his death by overeating .
And it is further ordered that a copyof
S. F. Gibbs, Melbourne, re- watermelon. The funeral services this order be published in the FLOKI

turned last week from a five-weeks' vacation : were held the following day. Deceasedwas DA STAR newspaper, published in said REAL ESTATE BROKERS & LOAN AGENTS.

north, and after taking in the Con- one of the oldest residents in this county, once a week for four consecu-
tive weeks prior to said 13th: day of .
veution, started down the river on the section-coming from Georgia about fif- October, A. D. SSS.

schooner Manatee on Sunday morning. i teen years ago and settling near the Witness, the Honorable John D. LANDS BOUGHT AND SOLD.
Broome, Judge of said Court, as well as
site of Mims.
present He leaves
James : wife
-Capt. Knight, of Canaveralhas : a
A. A. Stewart
Clerk of said Court, and cent.
been in town a few days during the and large family behind. the seal of said Court at the Court- Loans Negotiated on First Class Security at from 12 to 24 per

past week. Whenever "Captain Jim" house, in Titusville. Brevard County, Choice lots in investors !<(# !*'
Married. aforesaid, this 10th day of Sept., A. D. rapidly growing Towns, will net
comes to town we know he in
goes for a 1SSS. cent. in twelve months.

jolly time-and he never is disappointed.The A happy event in the lives of two of A. A. STEWART, Residence lots in Titusville from $20 up to $1000. .

only firm that carries a com- our townspeople occurred at Eldora-by- Clerk of Circuit Court. Business lots from 8250 to $2, (('

plete stock of Georgia pine lumber, sash, the-sea, about 2.3 miles north of Titus- 1 GEO.Solicitor M. RonniNs for Complainant., I lands.

doors, and blinds; hardware, paints and ville, on Thursday the 4th inst, when Agents for Florida Southern Railway

Rev. Frederick Towers, rector of St. Mary's NOTICE.In .
and all
oils material needed in building
a More than in nealy even
church 3,000,000 Acres of Choice Lands, located
Daytona, united in Court Brevard
marriageat County Florida.
Indian River County,
are at Oliver & the home county in the State, suitable for Farming, Grazing Fruit and \ egeuu
Budge's. present the bride's mother 11 v the County Judge of said Acre: any
: Growing-Pine, Cypress and Cedar Timber price $1 per
Mr. Chas. D. Sweet Whereas. ,
to Annie J. Geo.: F. Enseyof'l'itusviIle,
Mr Geo. B. upwards.P. : .
Rumph started for New
Walker, an only daughter of the late has applied to this Court for Letters
York last Thursday to lay in a fall stockof Henry L. Walker of Clinton Administration ou the Estate of 0. Box 250 Titusville Florida.A. .
Albertina Gailor, decease'] late
good We suppose on his return he of said
The groom and his beautiful bride County of Brevard. GRAHAM.Clerk .
will Hart 1m are A. STEWART GEO. WALTER S.
up millinery and dress- M. BOBBINS
well known to us here, where they have These are, therefore to cite amt ad- ,
making department in addition to his sincere friends monish all and singular the kindred alid Circuit Court. Atty. at Law. '
many whom we are certain creditors of said deceased
present business. to be and appear -
will join heartily in wishing them before this Court. on or before the BREVARD COMPANY.
-The schooner Virginia: owned by unbounded happiness in their new life. 20th day of October. A. D. 1888, and file ABSTRACT OF TITLE

'. Capt. R. A. Hardee, was beached at this Mr. Sweet has been for several objections, ifany they have,to the grant- Invard Drr-
years ing letters as aforesaid, otherwise the COJuplete.hHh'acts of Title furnished to all land
place during the blow} last and
past closely allied to the business prosperity same will be granted prayed. county, Florida. ,
Saturday, and the waves washed her so and growth of Titusville, and we Witness my name as County Judge of

high up out of the water that it was may say in truth that his eminently September.the County 1833.aforesaid, on this 12th day of Titles Examined and Perfected.Box .

some trouble to get her afloat again. ergetic nature will assist in the ad.ance- 21 MINOR S. JONES, County Judge. 25O, Titusville, Fla.