The Florida star

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The Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Place of Publication:
Titusville Fla
S.W. Harmon
Creation Date:
August 7, 1889


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


Situated on the banks of the Indian River, Titusville in Brevard County was settled in 1867 by a former Confederate officer, Henry Theodore Titus, and his wife, Mary Hopkins Titus. The town was incorporated in 1887, by which time it was already famous for its citrus and pineapple crops. The arrival of the Florida East Coast Railroad in 1892 laid the groundwork for a tourist industry as well. The Florida Star and later the East Coast Advocate and Indian River Chronicle provide a diary of these developments. The Florida Star was a weekly newspaper published by P.E. Wagner from 1880 to approximately 1882 and later by S.W. Harmon. On November 1, 1912, the newspaper moved from Titusville to Cocoa, Florida. The Florida Star ceased publication around 1917 and was succeeded in turn by the Indian River Star, which operated until 1920. Another Titusville paper, the East Coast Advocate and Indian River Chronicle began on July 13, 1900, as a continuation of the Indian River Advocate and East Coast Chronicle; the latter had been preceded by both the East Coast Advocate, edited by W.S. Graham, and the Indian River Advocate. In 1920, the East Coast Advocate and Indian River Chronicle merged with the Indian River Star and was subsequently published under the title of the Star Advocate.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note:
Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note:
Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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


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Cocoa. Melbourne.Mr. ground they will miss and long for their Lake Worth. Each Man Decides on his Own

J'.t1'.Jams Bolton preached at Brant- C. R. Carlin, we hear proposes to "Sunny Southern home." Warm and showery. Conscience.Editor .

" [ Sunday last open a store at Jupiter. Mrs. Ely's lots are looking nicely. A Work began on the west side schoolhouse Florida Star:

er Sandal School in Hills Hall was Beautiful weather the past week. A A brick chimney and a back verandah on the 29th. :No human being can share my responsibility -

r attended last Sunday.a few showers would be welcome now. have been added to the kitchen ; large The Emily B. arrived from Jacksonville with me when I determine to do

1 numbers of shrubs and flowers have been the 30th. or not to do a particular thing. I stand
has an icecream now, Stephen B. Craft, Esq., has taken up a on
planted trees budded etc. A week alone holding the god-like of the
ago power
of toUne the girls arc happy. homestead back of Eau Gallie, about two The Bessie B. arrived from Jacksonville -
cd an experiment was tried of transplanting unfettered will, and the resultsthemerit
Indian River Drug Co.'* store is miles from the river. on the 22d with a full cargo.
a nt two year bid peach trees in full or demerit, the goodness or the bad-
y and it ha one of the finest We notice Mr. McQuaig has been improving Mrs. Jas. Bell arrived from Cautown
ow open growth. The'trees were cut back a little, ness of my actions must fall to me alonein
good in South Florida. his cottage on Front street. It on the 30th on a visit to her sister, Mrs.A. .
Ftxkof watered and mulched and have not even the final reckoning. With this under-
Mattie S. sailed with a party looks bright as a new dollar. M. 'Vilder.'Vild .
The drop wilted. Mrs. Ely will have a fine gar- standing each individual citizen oughtto

ladies from here to Courtney onIon I At present Mr. Burchfiel is engaged den soon. game is not all gone, as a fine address himself to the duty of deciding -

ty to visit! Mrs. E. P. Porcher. surveying Mr. Starcke's place at Mala wild turkey was shot on the east side, public questions by the exercise of
Chas. W. Lynde of Jacksonville form-
jjttle Jli* Charlotte Spencer, of Tini11t bar, and is to survey for other parties near Palm Beach, on the 15th. At latest the franchise. -
erly of New York, came down on the
{ a i is paying a few days' visit in there also. St. Lucie last Saturday week, attractedby accounts its mate still lived. The question may be for me, John

1 Ltrt her little friend Byrnnia Du- We hear Sammy Martin got hurt Saturday Melbourne's reputation as a go-ahead Cattley: guavas seem to do as well, or Smith, in my character as a voter, shall

from The wheel better here than in California I legalize the trade and
falling a cart. business little place. lIe went over in to judge whiskey turn

T. Daniels went'up to Titus1r. passed over his breast and one ankle, injuring from a number of trees of this kind in men loose to that business in Brevard
[ L. the afternoon to Melbourne Beach, and
Cic Monday to spend a week at the him severely.Mr. before night had entered the employ of fruit ou R. R. McCormick's place. county, or shall I refuse to do so? So

rand View Hotel and to do dentistry Thomas and A. H. Dixon and the Melbourne and Atlantic Railroad The Ruby Dye arrived from the Keyson far as I am related to this matter, it all

1 Idle there. their families, and also Mr. Bryan and Company. Like all the rest, Mr. Lynde the 29th with a full load, including depends'on me. If I say no, it is no; if I

Miss Dixon left the Maud F. last about say yes, it is yes, and then I turn whis-
The new drug-store of Drs. Hughlettii on says the longer he stays the better he 30,000 pine slips, looOIinelpples

Ili ii a most popular stopping Sunday for Cocoa. likes it.When. nearly as many Avocado pears and County key loose on society. Thoughtless youth,

cure this warm weather, and a "milk The trade boat Sparkle was at the general we read the accounts of the cyclones Clerk Quimby. uncultured negroes, weak men, whose
labor ought to to wife and children
eft very refreshing. wharf during Saturday evening and the floods and cloud bursts' the Jas. Porter, who left on the 7th ult. go ,
are confronted with the
)lr. Guy Metcalf and Miss Morton Sunday, and went over to the railroad terrible destruction of property and of for a visit to his "old Kentucky home," temptation to
drink. If I then far I
say no, so as am
e up from Melbourne last Tuesday wharf Sunday evening.Dr. life that have occurred of late throughthe is expected back about August 1st, and
related to this grave and solemn issue,
lc attend the entertainment given by the Schofield, Mr. and Miss Moore, north and west, we cannot but be there may possibly two of him-him- the drink.traffic cease.eak

i&es Hardee at Eockledge. Miss Eyre, Mr. Patterson and, we believe thankful that we are free from such self and a better-half. During his absence delivered from men are
temptation, thoughtlessyoung
Miss will be down on troubles. Insects sometimes us Capt. G. Washington Hunt hasas
Cot Lapham
For the next few weeks: Myrtle : annoy men may be saved to home and

Ugewillbe occupied by the following Tuesday for a two weeks' stay. but do not sweep away our possessions. charge de affaires at the Barton place. country and many a crime and many ...

voang people: Messrs. Moore, Patterson Mr. Burchfiel has finished staking off Mosquitoes! may bite, but destroy neither I Assistant Keeper E. M. Agee of Jupiter criminal may be made impossible. If I .

aid Schofield and the Misses Curtis, the lots on the church property and com- our property or lives; and though, like Light came down on the 21st with am in doubt as to the wisest decision, I

Kite Ejer and Carrie Moore.Mr pleted the map of the same. We hear a the rest of mankind, we may think of Chas. Searjeantson, of Hope's Sound, in will consider and examine witnesses. '

desirable things, we can also think the Jatter's sharpie, and left for home
number of lots many
Hartwell i is having an elegant resKknce are already engaged.Mrs. Where shall I procure the witnesses? In
of much, much, to be thankful for. overland on the 25th. Prof. Searjeantsonis
! i constructed at Kockledge by our E. C. Thomas has gone with Miss very one penitentiary 620 convicts were calledto

Cocoa con tractor, Mr. J. Blauvelt. Next McFarland to spend a few weeks at Mr. Captain Baugh anchored in his accustomed still on the lake shooting: his cameraat testify ; 534 declared that whiskeyhad

icter Jlr. Hartwell will bring his family Branch's East Melbourne cottage. Thesea place on Friday lust and ),y sunrise some of the numerous attractive scenery brought them there, some through
of this section.A .
to the Indian River and occupy his air will soon restore her usual good Saturday was underway for his placein murder some through burglary some

/ Sea home. health. the Narrows. The captain reports his fine growth of Japanese persimmon through forgery, counterfeiting and the .

A "Lawn Party" with music, refresh- Mr. Gibbs is also improving, ceiling section as having been unusually free budded on wild persimmon stock, a ca- like. Called at the

from mosquitoes until lately and now shaw apple in bearing and a mango with screams and horrid yells. The doctors
I cent and dancing will be given at and painting the interior of his house.
the 9th they are terrible, he says we don't know over 800 mangoes on it-this the second stated that one-third of the patients came
i i Peck House, Friday evening, His garden looks well. The palms, roses '
anything about them here and that is year it has been in bearing-are some of there through strong drink. Passed
; icitant, to raise funds to complete the and hydrangeas are looking particularlywell. by

side "":ilk. An enjoyable time will be not all, we don't want to know either. the successful experiments of Brelsford some grave-yards-witnesses innumerable

Lad and aided. We have not many mosquitoes, but Bros. in their worthy endeavors to find went that way-but I had not cour-
a good purpose and L.1keVorth wharf
Jupiter enough. Have often seen them ten timesas out what fruits will do the best in this age to go on. Many ruined homes were
The Misses Hardee a charming and warehouses are nearly completed. A
bad north as they have been here part of the State. ready to offer testimony where wives and
tine on Tuesday evening of last week. slip is to be built in the Jupiter end of
any time this summer. Barton & Dimick have about fifty mothers had suffered the crucifixion of
large number, of our folks were the wharf to accommodate the small
young barrels of jelly glasses, nearly as many of the soul. Stop! stop! I cried. My an-
present. Among those present were :Miss boats. John :McAllister has registered another .
sugar, their kettles furnaces and nearly swer, firm as the decrees of God-my answer
Hattie Wilkinson, Miss Little Dixon, the success in the well business! in a new re-
Frost Line at
The stopped general
is Close
all of the paraphernalia on -no the whiskey shops
necessary ;
IIrime May the Misses Curtis Miss gion. On Monday last he and his crew
I few minutes.
wharf on Friday a
hand and the building about finished, and, so far as I stand related to the mat-
OllieLapham, Miss Kate Eyer, Miss C. bound passed Melbourne bound for R. A. Conk-
had on board Mr. Durst's plant and the fruit is about the only thing ter and to man and to God, the drink
Ii Harrison Miss Horton Miss Daisy lin's place on Turkey Creek. Drilling
for Lake Worth, where Mr. Durst has needed, and as that is beginning to ripen traffic is closed.
Ted, Miss Kittie Andrews Mr. Guy began Tuesday morning and on Satur-
contracts for wells. it will not be long now before the jelly But what good does it do to forbid the
Metcalf Mr. C. H. Edgcrton Mr. Ed day morning water was struck, and Sat-
In last week's STAR we noticed an account factory will be running in full blast. sale of liquor? It will be sold anyhow.
Migruder, Mr. Ed Cook, Air. E. C. Johnon urday afternoon, at a depth of 314 feet,
of fishing! at Titusville. Miss Grace Just tally one more industry for this Then, what good does it do to forbid mur-
Mr. Albert Magruder, Mr. Bob Har- a big flow was obtained-about the sameas
Ely, in less than half an hour, caught section with its! accompanying profits to der? Men will kill anyhow. Are you pre-
dee Mr. Homer Lapham and oth- the wells of the M. & A. R. R. Co.
many two trout and three sharks and then lost the fruit growers. pared to license murder? Will you puta
crt The evening was most enjoyable and Capt. Hector. Work is to begin ou
her hook another big fish. high license ?
by on
Divine services usual] Rev. E. rape
and dancing was indulged in until a late Mr. Idner's well on Monday, and after as at

tour Senator Hardce and his wife are Messrs. Dixon are very much pleased the completion of that we hear Mac is to Heyser's on the 28th, but owing to a dis- Although bad men will sell whiskeyin

with their here and to of half hour less dives and dens, they are criminals,
noted for their hospitality, and those sojourn propose put some down on Mr. Valentine's place. crepancy an more or ,

who have the honor of visiting at their return as soon as possible. Mr. Thomas Mac has had excellent success: so far- in "sun time," as kept by the different and the law and all good men bear wit-

pleasant home always leave with a de- Dixon in particular, has been very not a single failure. clocks and watches in this neighborhood, ness against them. The community is

are much benefitted by hi'isit to Melbourne there was a slim attendance of superintendents not guilty of blood. No murder caused

to return. Beach Dr. and Mrs. Fee and Messrs. A. S. although a numerous one of by drink stains the public conscience.

One of the most delightful pleasure Fee and J. F. Melbourne
Bergin Divine justice will not visit judgment on
We hear the steamer Chattahoochee, scholars Sunday School in the after-
futies of the season was given a few and used i Beach a visit last Friday. They were noon. Now that there is a railroad in us in the form of death-dealing fever
which has been lying at Jupiter

us City, )[0. The party boarded the as a hotel for two winters past, has work done and the prospects. The bathhouse "standard time" from them and hereafterrun nity, done what we could to put away
ordered to Jacksonville and will start as standard instead
things by runtime -
little etam-launch Livinier and started I they said, was the coolest place the curse from us. If whiskey has to be
I soon as the inlet can be dug out so as to ? It surely will be more reliable. .
&wn the ri 'er. The first landing was they could find. It is cool, but will be sold, let it stay in dens of darkness. Let
allow her to over the bar. Jupiter Mail here for J. A.
get keeps coming
code at Fairy Land, where the genial surpassed by the large pavilliou whichis the traffickers feel the brand and stingof
"the well sinker according
Dr inlet is just about closed again. pioneer
Whitfeld made everything so pleas- to be erected immediately. Things to his instructions in the STAR, butas crime. Let not the blood of souls fall

ant for the party that they half believed The engagement of Mr. Charles T. growing in the new, sour ground were yet the gentleman himself has failed "on us and our children!"

kat they really were in Fairy Land. McBride, of Melbourne, formerly of New noticed and commented on.Ir.. Beau- to put in an appearance. It is said he is We ha\"eas, a great community,washed

Melbourne Beach was the point of destitution York City, and Miss Coraline Bertha jean has tried a few things. From a patch somewhere in the vicinity of Sebastian our hands of this fearful responsibility.If .
putting in his time, being afraid to come
N. Y.
and after a delicious luncheon, Piazze, formerly of Brooklyn, 15 feet square 20 watermelons have been to this part of the country for fear of public officers prove false and fail to

ttred on the boat, the party took the now residing at Eau Gallie, is announced.The picked, with more than remaining, being carried away bodily by the mos- punish crime, let the guilt and shame be

ad for the beach the wedding, we hear, is to occur in avery far 28} pounds.We quitoes. We would kindly notify Pio-
and there enjoyed the largest, so weighing theirs, not ours! If I aid a man to com-
igorating surf bath. About 6 o'clock short time. Our best wishes for tried one weighing 22 pounds and it neer Durst or any other stranger wish mit murder by winking at his crime and
visit this section that the
ing to few mos-
t. m. they started for Cocoa, and the their happiness are hereby tendered.We was delicious.. Sweet potatoes and other quitoes here are so well fed by the natives concealing his guilt, I am a murderer

one right of moonlight the made the trip home received a pleasant call Saturdayfrom stuff are doing well, gophers and rabbits that they seldom attack a stranger.So before high heaven! If I make it lawful

lI. "IT. Peck loveliest and wife imaginable., Miss Daisy Peck Prof., :Mr. J. E. Wandell, of Jacksonville, being the greatest drawbacks A little anyone can come here with impunity, for the liquor dealer to entrap young

*LA.E. Dugas, Miss Cnarlotte Spencer formerly of Boston. Mr. Wandell is representing river moss was the only fertilizer used. provided they mosquito-baralong. men and help them on to perdition then

and others were among the guests. the Alliance Shoe Manufacturing Orange trees and pineapples on Capt. Palm Beach furnishes another fish the blood of souls is on my.'conscienceand

a ir Edgerton certainly knows how toutot Co. and the Lincoln Shoe Co. of Wilcox's place and also Mr. Glenn's and story, this time told by a genuine G. '\., I must meet God on that issue.I .

perfection of a day's outing. and also F. B. Mower & Son and well. Conch and, strange to say, Bob Cook was again John Smith for alone
Boston, Mr. Whiting's are doing the victim. On the 21st, the ocean being myself am

NOTICE. George Smith, of Lynn, Mass. Seems peas are flourishing, and are a dark rich smooth, several young men launched a bound to decide this matter. None can

like old times to run across people from green color, with no fertilizer, growingin skiff and went out fishing over the reefs. help me; none can hunt me. For the
TOGo.ll whom these presents shall come, good of my action, a reward is for me;
-TaU notice: the Hub and gossip; of mutual acquain the sand where there is said to be no After catching a few grouper.. etc., Bob for the bad and the wrong of my action,
got a bite and hooked his!' fish, but could
Thit whereas. tances.A soil. no party can save me from my account.
the Board of County not handle him. The line being a strongone
COmmissto Hers of Brevard County. FlaM naphtha launch, with a load of passengers U. D'OsoHU. and well fastened to the boat the Some one. whispered high license
n a There is license under laws
petition of one-fourth no high our ;
more fish began trying to pull the boat loose
of down Sunday evening,
came and the
e registered voters ot said from its anchor. This Bob guarded as Orange County Reporter re-
county did the railroad pier. 'Tis a pity old resident of Indian River marks "If wet the trade
be order that an election landing:: at An against until the fish headed for shore we liquor
held on the third Tuesday of there is hotel or boarding-house open died last 2nd in the ; will pass into the hands of the most irre-
()et oocr no Friday, Aug. personof then, being tired of fishing and all hands
ISS9, the same being the 15th sponsible and unscrupulous men in the -
day would come if they \1; Twitchell the residence of to home Bob
of October. 18S9 to decide whether there, as many more : S. at wanting go anyway trippedthe Take choice.
country. your
tke t J ule ?! totqxlcatlng liquors, wines or could be accommodated. Mrs. Cumming's Mr. Aaron Cleveland, Merritt's Island, anchor and the fish kindly pulled WOFFORD TUCKER.
> them not but the beach
SnSSUbe Prohibited in said county has hardly been vacant twenty- Twitch- only to, upon ,
< cottage in the 78th year of his age. Mr.
when by all hands hold and
taking pulling -
years next after the
beltwo ensuing
*3a i four hours this summer- only long ell was formerly resident of New Or- hard they returned the compliment )NOTICE.

Therefore; I, Alexander A. Stewart, enough for one party ,to get out of the leans, La., and before the war was a pros- and beachetl the fish, which, after all, The County Judge and Sheriff of Bre

clerk 11 of ald Board, ,do hereby, give no- of another coming one. perous merchant of the south. Mostof was nothing but a common 17-footsh:1rk. yard County, Florida will meet with the
a,' eSuirei1 by law that such elec- All wishing to verify the above can call Clerk of the Circuit Court, at the Clerk'a
tIOU beheld at all the precincts In We are sorry .to hear that Mrs Valen- his time in Florida, covering a periodof at the Cocoanut Grove House, whereCapt. office in the Court House in said Brevartl

ftId COunty on that day, to-wlt: thelum2'ues tine and family are expecting to leave us about fifteen-years, was spent either at E.1.. will cheerfully show them county, on the 17th day of August. 1SS9.

forth. and Petit Jury to serve at the fall.term
jl"-ellet which the has northto
teitLnony whereof I have hccennto at St. Paul,' Minn., where Mr. Merritt's Island He was a devout joints, captain sent of the Circuit Court You will take notice .
have made into a watch case in whichto
u 1111 band and officl\lscal this 6th day Valentine has) large business interests.1 member of the Episcopal Church, .The his and be governed accordingly.,
new perpendicular-lever
Angst, A. D. carry Witness hand and seal of Court .,
[I.. .] 1Sb'n.;. ..\. STEWART, They will be,very much missed here, and funeral and burial was at Cocoa. The full-barrelled, passenger-train-movement, this August my 6th, 18S9. < "

w-Ii: ijosnlCountit.)' Commissioners.v we" fancy when the thermometer, tries. to i deceased" was one of the-oldest' residents. bass-drum-attachment sun-dial.. [L. S.] A. A. STEWART,.,. .. ....

16.. get down off the nail and crawl into the 1 on the river. .' ; SAM.: '... t'Clerk Circuit. Court.,' <<, -

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I and Joan Jenayn were oiTereJ 31)).0( + (
detective asshe accostedhim

(a I: DETECTIVEDOSVNEY._ dumfounded"fiow: do you do, Mr., Downey? How ; {TN BEHIIINUT SEA.The f and each Forge that for township$1,000,000 their coal 1C.43mlln3 had property been offered county in Old for DOUBLE H NGIN (

do like Broadstairs? You must find 1uurtler
you the Clear Spring company workings in
+ By CASHEL HOST it rather dull, I fancy, but I suppose the West Pittston.

pay atones. Tin sorry to cut off your British Sealer Black Diamond Many Deaths at Johmtonrn.JOEXSTOWX Ts' Dllser and Smart Ex. J I.

The victims iu council concurred m supplies, but I really cannot keep on: Captured Pa., Ang. ::.-The death ec-utetl at Louisville

Downey'a views, with one exception dodging you when I want a walk any rate is increasing wonderfully of late '

mild director, who was disposed to regard longer, and it takes up my clever house and it is the opinion of the physicians

I an address given to a detective by an intending maid's time to watch you go off and By the United States Revenue that many ci ocr citizens v.iil breakdown .: The Former's Noose Slips as 1

a fugitive with despondency rather come' on your beat besides, it isn't necessary Cutter Rush. completely. Some who could af- He Falls Through the Trap.

than confidence. He was, however, putdown now, and even though it is a ford it have gone away for rest. but ,

by 3Ir.Treherne,and then Downeywas bank that pays, one ought not to waste others are plodding; along with weary ,
dismissed to make certain inquiriesat their money, you know. Eh. Mr. Dow- A Search of the Vessel Disclose* Over One looks and haggard xaces-evidence that A Secju-J Attempt He.alt* lu Death: Fro_ t.:

i' ?' Hundred Skies Which Had Been Taken the terrible _rain and mental torture is :i; Stanuatioa-Sruir: ney
hoteL lIe .
the Grosvenor was to re- .
Illegally, So Cncle Sam Claims-Other J undermining their health.INTERNAL ; aid Die K.v y-'SI eln;
port the result to the conclave at 3 p. m. ; ; n..
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and to receive final instructions i >yA Captures Probable-Great Britain Will REVENUE.: tall of the 'lecuUoa-Ea iial IiUItj," said the detective,on hi +i j Demiud an Explanation.SAN Two TeopleLOUISVILLE.

the hour "I Report Made to the rrftary of the ; Ky., :
reappearance at appointed FRAXCISCO Aug. -The steamer Aug i' "Cha.ies

have to tell you that I have been wrong. Dora has arrived from Behring sea Treasury.WASHINGTON. Dilger and Harry Smart were 'ed r-

quite wrong." It was not agreeable tc and brings the first detailed news July CO.-The commissioner :'|, G:0'; a. iu., in: the jail yard :
Downey to make this admission, nevertheless r of the capture of the British sealer of internal revenue. Mr. Mown, At .">JO a. a. Father Brdc alJF t 1s
there was a eubluedelation about Black Diamond b.the United States has made his report to the secretary:of the I! Nicholas gave way to the deputy sherii ItI'

the man. "There will be no call for me revenue cutter Richard Rush. On July treasury on the operations of the internal j i Henry BelL who r{..:xi the death warns* I'a::-

to go to Lucerne to watch 3Irs. Morrison: r 11 the Rush overtook the Black Diamond revenue office for the fiscal year end- to each of the men. They stool in their 4h

J it is to Lo done easier and cheaper than and ordered her to heave to. The ing June :30, 1. 0. The total collections : cell doors both han Jcuued, ant &teyj IIG

that. : t i1 LL_ captain of the Black Diamond refused for the fiscal year just ended were ed attentively: to the reading The Isa

"What! what do you mean?"asked :'Ir. t i to obey the order. Thereupon the commander S130, 5.4J2..j:3; : ; : a:1.1 this sum has been of march to the scaffold was forced st
Treherne excitedly. f of the Rush ordered a lowering duly accounted fol and covered into the ,}:47 o'clock. Both Dilger and Scar. r.d

} t. "Do let him tell his story his own way," of port and the guns were ran out. i, treasury. For th* fiscal year ended walked firmly: up the steps, DiLjer leai
expostulated the mild director. This action cawed: the schooner to June 30, ISSi the total collections were !' ing the way unassisted. Father Xicbv ri'
"Thank sir it is best in '' *r24,32JL-l7i.32.( which compared with !
k you, ; general.Well : 1 heave to.G'jpt las read the service of the Ca&olie
t gentlemen, you are prepared by ; Shepard and Lieut. Tuttle then the collections for the fiscal year ended : church the crowd maintaining a breathless iick

> what I have said to hear that Mrs. :Morri boarued the English craft and asked for June 31', ISbD, show an increase of j t silence atot

son is not at Lucerne. (The mild director's :S6G ,!).:;;.21. Sheritf
1 her paj erh. The officers of the Black Deputy RaglanJ: meaahiktook fe;
whole form silently proclaimed: I told Diauiou offered no armed resistance The cost of collection for the fiscal I' his place near the trap rope Boti

you so!) But you will be surprised to''- but lefir-ed to deliver the ship's papers. ,: year just ended will aggregate about men were very pale during the rtudhj tfr.
4,185,000 exclusive of the amount ex-
hear that she did not leave London with t
the conclusion of the
Capt. Shej'ard at once broke open the : for the of internal J At service Sri
I pended printing revenue -
Mr. Morrison, and that to the best of my cal and forced the of the I and Dilger bade good-by to ill tb!
'I --Miry do you do, J/r. DoU.'IWYt"Ubdam : n hinges strong stamps, which is paid from the appropriation :
belief she is in England still! I acquired Mrs. Morrison!" box anti the captain's chest, thereby securing ., made to the bureau of engraving turnkeys. They then took"positiocs! on

this valuable information in the following :' "Mrs. 3Iorrison? What do you mean tilt papers. A search of the vessel ,;: and and which will be the traps. Smart laughed as he stepped
here into' duclo etl 103 sealskins which had'' printing upon the fatal door. Deputy S!enJ iFBz
r manner, Downey dropped by calling me out of name?"* ,, shown in my reprl for this year.
my I
his professional tone and produced his : been taken in Behring sea. : At this date is impossible to state the Hikes pinioned them with leather heads thfu.
"Do mean to tell me are not
you at o'clock.
you 6
note book: "On inquiry at the Grosvenor' Capt.Shepard placed a noa-com- exact amount of the cost of collection as .
hotel I found that Mr. and :Mrs. Morrison ; Mrs. 3Iorrison? missione-1 officer in charge of the Black ', some of the accounts belonging to the An Awful Sight. pcth
"Certainly 1 do. Diamond and ordered tie; vessel to be fiscal have not been The cut nt 6:04
had stayed there for two days and nights, past year yet received rope was o'clods- m
"Not the-not the who lost a taken to hiitka to await further instruc
person and the amount of such accountshas actly, and both men shot down through :
and that that time Mrs. :Morrison
during diamond star and employed me to findit tions. The captain of the Black been estimated from the ac3omts of the traps. Smart turned round aal s:

had complained of ill neg*. On the second I! ? Why, Mr. Morrison named you to Diamond made the statement that when previous months, but when all are received probably died instantly, but Dilger ,

night she told the chambermaid in attendance me as his wife." in Victoria he had been ordered to pay and adjusted I do not think the slipped through the noose, the rope k:

that although there was nothing : "Mr. 3Iorrison did nothing of the kind. no attention to the Rush in case he was total will vary much from the amount catching;; hire over the chin at the lore:

serious the matter she really could ,: He named to and with J overhauled by her. He said that he : herein stated The percentage of the teeth. He was seemingly unhurt aol i deu'

not face foreign parts, but had made up : wOlderfulcle"erness you- me. you.know your took I i iI would not- have surrendered if the: Rash cost of collection is a fraction less than was drawn UP bv the rope until lid u'n

her mind to go to a quiet English sea you" had had a force f:1irlorihs own. 3.2 per cent which is exactly the sameas shoulders came through the trap, rhea
1 e place during Mr. Morrison's absence. The I the other thing for granted. 1 i A passenger by the steamer Dora says the percentage of lost for the fiscal the deputies took him bv the ana jcl
"You mean to tell me you person that on the way down from St. Pauls : year ended June 30, 1833. palled him upon the scaffold.
girl remembered this well, because, as I ated"- Island.. the Rush was seen in close pur- Owing to the great number of distilleries Slowly Strangled. kaad

she acknowledged, Mrs. Morrison gave i "I personated nobody, Mr. Detective : suit of six sailors and that additional in operation during the last fiscalyear ,
A into
her something handsome on leaving the i captures have undoubtedly been made j; and the increased quantity of spirits new rope was brought service; Bnp1
i Downey. I merely possess a little talent and when the Dt
noose was adjusted,
: hotel which she did with Mr. Morrison.In this time.
J.t by : produced resulting in an increase of ee:
I for acting, and-pray, have you found ger asked.Vhafs the matter? When :
less than half an hour she camp to the my star, or the thief who stole it? No! Will Demand an Explanation. the taxes collected from that source as being told The rope has slipped iti
hotel door in a cab,and asked if she could ; compared with the receipts of the previous '* :
Never mind, you can keep that twenty- NEW YORK, Aug. 3.-A special to : knot, he said: "This shows I should
see the chambermaid. The girl had only year of more than :$; jOOOOOO, as die." He himself me
pound note *on account' until you do. The Sun from Ottawa, says: not placed upon the
,i ; that moment given notice that a handbag But I really don't think you ought to A meeting of the cabinet was called shown the in the accompanying for the salaries statements of, trap the second time by making tro pre
\r) had been left in a drawer in the Tuesday sass the seizure of the Ca- expenditures hops. The drop was again sprang at
hang here longer. and -
on the fees of
any nadian schooner in the storekeepers gangers GKX) and he to death men
1 .. room which Mrs. Morrison had occupied. sealing Behring strangled
Downey was hardly able to get out the I were largely in excess of the amount estimated -
This was a lucky accident for Mrs. 3Ior- sea by the United States revenue cutter Dlljer Crime.
; when
: the
1 words: "Explain, woman, don't jeer 1 Rush ; appropriation was
Last night brief Trar
rison's the hotel her : a dispatch was crime and
return to to get bag made therefor. The result was there Dilger's punishment were
like that. Who aro You must be
you announcing that the vessel had
proves that she did not leave England I 1 : was not funds enough to pay these officers a fitting climax to the career he fii
Mrs. Morrison at been seized miles
; you were seen seventy from the
with)tr. Morrison. I assumed a troubledair in full for the month of June, 1889, lived On the night of Aug. 15, 1S&
bank; you must b vo been; you passedas nearest land. A demand will at once he walked of Buck-
and said it had ; ; and they have been paid up to the 8th out the cafe of the I
was annoying
very ** be made on the British for
Mrs. Morrison the Grosvenor hoteL government
'' at ultimo their accounts for ingham theater when it closed for the for
only leaving
occasion with 3frs. !Ior-
to communicate
two war vessels to proceed to
Sho laughed in his face. Behringsea the remainder of the month of June un- night an hour or two after the performance inEIt
rison, and how was I to get her address? to look after and protect Canadian
"I was seen at the bank, but the persons paid until an appropriation is made to was over. He went almost directly
Of course, nobody knew and nobody I vessels from United States cutters. to the home of his mistress Boggy
who saw me would swear I am Mrs. cover this deficiency.
Mr. Bowell believes that : trert
cared and I was turning away, when the several of Burns wherehtmet
on Lafayette street
The amount of this deficiency about
Morrison as readily as I did not the ,
you. ; sailing that sailed from
chambermaid said 'Perhaps this his victims Policemen
young 8110,000 and has been include in the Rosenbtcj
pass at the Grosvenor hotel as Sirs. Mor i Victoria, heavy armed, will be able to disd1
help and handed me a card. cost of collection above stated and Jones.A .
may you themselves as so clSo
rison; I never was inside the hotel in : protect as they started with
my short time the house
I 'It was stuck in the looking glass to the intention of ; that it appears that the increase in the after entering ;
life. I in cab at tho door and not being'taken without
tighten it,' she,added; 'I saw Sirs. Morri I cost of collection, as compared with the he began beating the Burns woman, a1Xit
making a desperate The
I asked for Sirs. Morrison's bag. 3Iy struggle.: : is exact ratio with the Rosenburg ana Jones hearing &:
it there, and I'm I don'tknow : British previous year in
eon sure have
put been advisedof
name, I repeat, is Spears. Martha Spears; government ; increased collections. During the past screams of the woman, went in toarrot oil
t how I came to put it in pocket the seizure, whiclfthe authoritieshere
my i I am the wife of a sea captain,at presenton I fiscal year. examinations of the officersof them. Dilger swore he would not tab the
but I did. That's tho card contend was illegal but until fur-
gentlemen mit to arrest without warrant A etIC
his to Calcutta; I have kept the the collectors of internal revenuehave a
k way ther details recehed
It is evidently a lodging house address i are no definite step in tie :
been made moment later about 2 o'clock
t. boarding house in which you take so'deep be taken. Your i as frequent as was pos-
'100 Marino terrace Broadstaire' and can correspondent was blows heard bv those OB the
sible with the limited number of revenue morning were
interest for ten the invalid ,
informed reliable
an -
years; on that this
there I shall find Mrs. Morrison." authority i agents at my command and the the lower floor. Those below, upon took&
for whom inquire of Susan so seizure will be made the basis of action
"Very likely," said tho mild director; you for I reports of these examinations indicate a reaching the second floor, found Joni !
is old 3Irs. mother- arriving at some definite understanding
tenderly Spears I tU
my and dead da
r "but what then? with the United States I generally satisfactory condition of the Rosenburg lying upon
in-law. I see you're still puzzled and so as regards floor. with then headiDilger
service the gashes
throughout deep
country. upon
"This answered Mr. Downey, who the Behring !;
sea difficulty.
I will of Lam gad
put you out your pain. immediately left the house
had been reserving his effect "I don't The here and the British I
; I'I government
Mrs. 3Iorrison's twin sister, and remark-. : CABLE FOR CANADA. was captured some hours later.
believe he's gone either! From inquiries government have been only waiting for ihf8a
I have made I am satisfied that no one in ably like her. Downey startoo.leI' something the kind to turn up to Dominion Government to be .\.ke
the I last resembling Mr. :Morrison crossed am very fond of her, and of him, too, :<, bring the matter to a focus, and now i Guarantee Half the Bond i Harry Smart was born near Eras" an:

to C5ais that and and so I ought to be, for beset mo up in formal protest will be entered and a de- I 'rl'AW.Ont.., Julvai.-That Canadais ville. Ind., and was in his 2.thJeaf. 1&
; every pas- No. 100 when he married my sister mand made of the United States government On the evening of July 5, 1SSS, flarr/ faT
sender: on board,of anything like his age: Jane." for an explanation of the attitude to have a direct cable to great Britainis Smart his wife, Ollie, and ilefcaff. tb6e

c had a lady with him. He isn't gone; and "Oh,ho!" said Downey "so that's how they have taken, and the grounds and I all but a settled fact. Its consummation Green and Belle Ward Green's rsi* ,

ho will come or write-communicate : evidence upon which'thev base their I however, depends- on the Dominion tress, whose_ correct name was Mary/- d,
it worked it? ----
with her somehow; only give him time was was claim to exclusive jurisdiction on I government Application is being Raunolls, left the city ostensibly fa 'dotIt
"That's bow it was worked; though, mode the Madison Ind. It announced tfi
and we shall get him. Bearing sea. to government to guarantee was
*'I can't imagine any motive that could mind, I don't commit myself to saying f I bonds of the Canadian Cable company they intended getting a shanty boat i* -

lead him to remain in England, having what 'it' means, either. in your mouth or ; COTTON DAMAGED. to the extent of )OOOOO. The total floating down the river, having pro11": a EgtI

,c fair chance of getting away," said the mine. You've got nothing against me, ,, Ten'' inches of Rainfall Report from I capital required is 1000000. ions and country produce from rctfS (
know and you'll nothing out of Dobell, of Quebec has already along the river.
mild director, "but as there's nothing to you get Central .'Ilislssippl.WlsoNA. secured -
$0.000( of this in England Why the original idea was never C3'
if all the detectives whonever by
mo were
;$ bo done until we've traced him, and your you find but mares' i, Miss., Aug. 2.Xet"er in the private subscription and will return red out will likely never be known bed F

plan offers a chanco of doing so. I see no anything nests 1 history of this section: was there such a there shortly to raise this sum to 500- on July 0. 18S8, tie deck hands on the
into for the excellent
objection to it." rolled one, reason 1; rainfall as there was Monday night and 000. Then:with the Dominion guarantee steamer Kangaroo discovered "i Io.'na.

The others assented more readily, and that there's nothing to get. >i Tuesday morning. East of here for he will place the :81,000,000 in the near the water works and towed

the council of victims again separated. She paused in her voluble talk and ; seventeen miles the crops fences, etc.. hands of financial agents, and invite ashore. The following morning at 1Ietpo

''ra > Mr. :Morrison would have been amused laughed again-a long laugh full of fun ; are a perfectreck.. Mr. R. H. Hitt, subscriptions for the balance of $700- o'clock another body was found in the :

could he have known how very near to and enjoyment. 1 I who came in Tuesday afternoon says 000, which, it is thought win be eagerly river, both having been weighted down k pett

its fulfillment was his prediction of tho "Where are they?" i: there was never such a deplorable state taken up.There with rocks and their throats cut 1

conduct of tho "U. and D." Ho had grasped her arm voluntarily, j I of affairs. He says that in one field of is reason to believe that the Do- These were identified as 1I at
I and she shook off his hold with good thirty-three acreS of cotton on his plan- minion government will grant the aid Green and Mary J. Ra nnells. StF
Mr. Downey had been on the watch at humored \ tation it will not make three bales. Monday asked as Sir John Macdonald and Sir ion pointed to Smart and his wife" crt

i 1_ t Uroadstairs for a full month before he contempt." { it was the finest piece of cotton in Hector Langevin have expressed themselves being the murderers, as they were 1st 'fc

had anything to report to his employers, "Come, she said, "you're not quite a i the C01.UltnLand is overflowed that as favorable to the plan. A construction seen with tho murdered couple._- &

s':: beyond the fact that Mrs. Morrison was fool, though you're not far off one. Do j never was known to overflow before. A company has been organizedin were arrested, and clothing bel

X living at No. 100 Marine terrace, Broad- you imagine I know-do you think I'm ] bucket placed iu the yard contained tenI I England to lav the cable. It will be to the Rannels woman were found in. e }

stain, under the name of Spears; that such a fool as to vrant to know? Drop it, inches of water. the shortest cable of any. Entering possession of Mrs. Smart. They t..., -

1 + "' the house was a respectable boardinghouse my good man. and do go back to all the'ea'ses' Cotton the water at Westport Ireland, it will duly tried and Mrs. Smart was rel
Daniasetk1)rc. run to Greenly island in the Gulf but Smart convicted two ooun0
you will never make anything of j of was on &?
at present tenanted by ladies only; ; HILL, Miss., rain to IB*
Aug.The St Lawrence, a distance of only 1,000 and sentenced to death in one and
but that he fully expected !Ir. Morrison by the very next train for you are a :'j fall Monday night and Tuesday was the miles. imprisonment in the other.

1' .t to appear in the character of n gentleman nuisance as well as a ninny. I assure i hardest for years in this section. AH Btq
Remarkable Coincidence.
+ boarder. He was as far as ever you. i the large streams have overflowed their ]
With another !Ii she left him banks. Thousands of Inflicted at the WhippingPtwt. The double execution is some 4a
i r from being able to account for the lau; !- acres of cotton if not JI:
of either the hU wife tripped across the road as lightly as a i i and corn are submerged. Fences and BALTIMORE. July :31.A Hagerstown unprecedented in Louisville dolrbk Ofr
man or bridges have been washed The special tells of the infliction Monday of Kentucky.! It was not only a I
girl, and let herself into her house with :J away. ed hs3
but his belief in his maxim
own "Keep the hanging but each of the condemn
weather indicates more rain. forty stripes on bare back of C. A.
her latchkey, turning for instant be- .murdd-
't f the under and I: been of double
your eye you'llget i Herbert who beat his wife cruelly with proven guilty a
tho man if he's above ground," re- fore she shut the door to wave him an ': Lynchers Jailed. his fist on Saturday. To make the coincidence still mow,,*,j !

mained ,intact. Mrs. Morrison was in ironical salute. NEW Oni.t\. s. Aug. 3.-Some time markable the crimes were comma Wr' E

bad health: she had not been out of Downey went back! to town by the ago a band of regulators: took a negro but a month apart, and in each JJ E'a

doors to the best of his belief since his first train and reported himself at the murderer from the; Jail in Lafayetteparish A Quick Motion Valve there was a woman arrested AS*

"U. and D.? No minutes of that inter- and handed him in brood complice.At .
arrival at Broadstairs, and an ingenuous daylight An Ingenious device has been patentedby Ddb's d ..

servant girl judiciously questioned, had view exist among his papers. He was !; the sheriff The called ringleaders were noted, and Mr. J. H. Fagan, of Chicago, for the "bouncer"the time of at the the tragedy Bucking ham'C

given him many particulars of the mal- much depressed for a time, but he gradually ;j, the men, but the deputies on a posse failed to to arrest obey. closing steam and other valves quickly.In ter. He was 29, and a native o* *e 6c

tdy of Mra. Speara. He was. therefore! consoled himself by t\te\ reflection" : The sheriff then telegraphed to Governor the application of this device the or- Albany, Ind. s

not a little surprised, when taking his that he had been right after all He had j Nichols for aid. Three companies of dinary screw thread is not dispensed with Smart when he did any work. std 'I'Ifrt

usual stroll on the beach in front of Ma- looked for tho woman at the bottom of < militia suddenly appeared on the scene except when through accident it be- railway brakeman but he spent JnlI .-

rine terrace. to behold Mrs. Slorrison. this Morrison case and he had found her and eighteen of the regulators were comes necessary to shut down suddenly.An his time loafing about the city. d e .

just as he had seen her in the manager's -only there were two and they were J Tuesday night lodged in the jail at this independent bushing is used to carry 27 years of age and the son 01 a ,4t
*" twins 1 place. Only one of the men succeeded the living at Yinceiines, Ind. 4
room at the "U. and D.. but without r ordinary operating screw of the

Ler disconipesurecome forth from No. THIS I in getting away. valve which by a simple attachment Bound Over for Killing Her liw 1). 4

i 100 The 1071 Summer Peril. What will They Want Next? tan be locked in place,'thus utilizing the Rocx Isi uro, HL, July 31.- ,, '
the road the
ant vrosd to beach in
KxoxvILLE, Tenn., July 2*-Will SCBAJTTON, Pa., July 29.-It is reported screw thread for raising or lowering the Dimick, who was shot by his wd "4W
such a fashion as to come up with hiut! valve, or in of accident afWtfl0e'Mrs.
Reynolds, a 15-year-old white boy, was that agents of an English syndicate necessity relay night died Monday and confront him at once. She was the drowned just above the city Sunday, are making efforts to buy up all the coal i$ can be relieved, and by the aid of the Dimick was bound over for .

picture of health, and her bright dark while bathing with a dozen other boys. leases held by Individual operators in lever instantly lowered to shut off steam Monday morning, her husband I it:

1{ r.PtI shot a bold. derisive gljuye! at the this region and that William Connell New York Commercial Atiiertiser. acing on her bond for 63,000.



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I stales of Kansas and -Nebraska in two lodge of loxva Ancient Free ana Ac1:epted -
fatality cattle in
among Masons, restraining them from putting
SWEPT.i I Oklahoma is not caused so much from into effect the legislation of the last -

I Texas fever as from the effect the more session of the grand lodge, referring to decidedly novel paper weight takes the TIRE TROP ICA TRl'XIi LIKE.

southern climate has on them. Reports the Cerneau bodies, and which com- .form of a bronze shoe.

from Guthrie, Oklahoma City, and other manded Master Masons to leave the con- Large gold poppies with diamond stems are Jacksonville, Tampa, anri

of People Drowned in points in the territory yerifthis.. statement sistory of Iowa of that rite. under pun- much affected as lace pins. Key West System.Scheduler .

Hundreds ishment of expulsion.The .
,' Austria.; The newest ring setting is a tiny bust of a f -
Southeastern states that as the
Cuban petition body
Sugar Matters.hiAVANA
jockey with a diamond sash.A in Effect May 2G. ISSU.
July 2i The represented by the plaintiffs does not
> -
I Cienfucgos cane grov.ersat confer the blue lodge degrees and the triangular opal,surrounded by diamonds, Trains of this line run on Central Stand
to Crops and are forming an association subordinate is of attractive ard Time and arrive and from theJ.
II The Damage to protect their interests. Meetings grand lodge or its lodges do a scarfpin an nature. depart

1. Buildings Enormous. .. I have! already bean held and a constitution -- not confer the twenty-nine higher degrees Unique silver bonbon boxes are those mod- T., & K. W. and S. F. & W. Union de

agreed upon. The probable I, the grand lodge has no jurisdiction eled as owls' heads with sliding covers. pot. '

Said to Ue Anxious yield of sugar in the Porto Prinoipo district whatever, and its action is illegal, Sterling silver photo frames, decorated in \Vcst India Fast 3Iuil.No. .
t, The 1't11 tYgive or during 1889-00 is estimated nt 18- arbitrary oppressive, prescriptive of renaissance style, elicit much admiration.In 27 No- 14
," Queen Victoiia bdlcate awl 800 hogsheads, or tons. their individual consciences and Masonic 1 00 m..Lv..Jack.unvilIl'r..6 30
to I 14,100 umbrella handles ono of the dearest and p : a m

'' ,is kt Him Kin: of J-nlanli-French I relations and and renutable hurtful to citizens.their nicest is the head cf a crow in richly chased 1 o4 p m..Grecn Cove Spring..5 U5 a in
as good
to Iloulanffer and 2 40 m..PllatkaJul1ction..A 28 a in
DfCt5ons-UWroatiim : PLAGUE OF SAND FLIES. gold. p
Its This is the first time Masonic. body has
2 4.s .Palatka.4 20 a mo
HI JfDteoanu-l"ort"hu. The Streets of Touawanda N. Y., Coveredto I appealed to the state csurts and the action roy al Worcester vases, with ornaments 24; p 24
a in
A tornado in Hunarr.Transylrania I of the court to which it modeled in the choicest p
31.- gold,are
July supreme among porce-
of Three
ita YIEXXA a Depth Inches.TOXAWAXDA 3 42 p m....... ..Seville .3 00 a in
and Enkouna Sun- will finally will be a precedent for lains.
1 N. Y., July 29.-This go 4 :20 p in..I)eLand .Junction. 00 a m .
.t a *ept over severnl thousand square.Jes village has been visited by a plague of other states. The time for hearing the Exquisite effect is produced by polished 4 :;01> m..Orantfe City June....1 4S a in

of terr rory. Hundreds of personsvere argument for a perpetual injunctionwill gold star with a solitaire diamond center as a 5 ]. \lIforlL..l 15
sand flies
: compared to which that visited ba in tho October term of court at > p iu : a m
killed, tho crops were destroyed on King Pharaoh fades into insignificance. I i Marion. scarf pin. ;> :>7 p in.Winter Park.11 53 p m

acid enormous damage was done to Wednesday night, at sunset, Neatly designed scarfpins aro fashioned as '; 13pm: .Orlando.11 40 p m

>Bosses and churches. The districts ofGrosswondein a heavy cloud was n ticcl banging over A NEGRO LYNCHED.A lances, from the points of which glitter diamond 7 25 p in....Kissimmee.10 50 p m

: ) Tzegedin and Moliacsvere the Canadian shore of the Niagara river, Mob Deals Out .Judlce to a 15lark Bruteat stars. 10 1-I: in.Tampa. 710 p m
-- --- -- ---- -- --- -- ------ -- 10 45 ..Ar Port Lv.. 0 50
completely ravaged. and miny supposed a storm was comingup. Paris, Ky. p in. Tampa p in

bodies of men, women, and When the'street lamps;werH lighte FOR Pullman J'uftet; Sleeping Car between
, ray PAn IS, Ky., July: 29.-Jim Kelly, 30, a $3,000. XCYork No
I and cattle have been recovered the nature of this storm became mani- : and'I'antpa, daily. 27 stopsat
iz children fest. Billions of Canadian sand flies, burly Virginia negro, was taken from Kissimmee for ul'l'er.o*. 1.1 and 27 'f
and other
kon the Danube, Theiss jail by a mob and hanged to the car with Plant
Port Steam-
J animals were killed by having ft wide spread of wing and a r.LKJIIJLY-LOCAli connect at Tampa
n mss. Many but the majority oft caterpillar-like body, descended on the bridge near town at 2 a. m. The mob ship Lino for Key AVest and Havana. Ships
fctfl and lightning the and and sail from Port and
town. overpowered jailer deputies Tampa on Monday*
flood. Several churches
i- deaths ruins.were by Three of twenty-four mills In an hour it was impossible to walk hung the brute with an awning rope. ThuiMlavs:: on arrival of trains. No. 27

are in Danubo remain. A crowded the streets. Houses were shut up, stores About ;5 o'clock Thursday afternoon ORANGE' GROVE connects at Palatka.Junction with the Florida -
on the closed and the of Mrs. Peter .
blown against a steamer, were everybody prematurelywent Kelly outraged person Southern Railway.TJIAlXs
k f boat was to bed. Most, of the flies were Crow, wife of the section boss of the ,
and nearly all aboard were r.imVJIKN: IEIAM) JUNCTION: AND
at.. ue&rPesth, dead Thursday morning, their bodies first division running: out from this city.
A circus was at
, drownel swept away covering the streets and house tops Kelly, who worked for Crow on the railroad ON INDIAN RiVER Dr.LAND.

t TubThe nearly inches deep. The river harbor made out that he was sick and laid Lv 1)eLaido91! NoSi NoS7o$ SoS:

Strikers In Germany. and the canal were thick with their off after dinner. He went to the houseof IX FINE THRIFTY CONDITION. Junction..7.501,10:4512:45p: : : 12:40pS:50a: :

a flctLtJuly 31.-The strike of the remains. Mrs. Crow, which is three miles from Ar lcI.aind..I1iipp) 4:4u :;:OOp 12:55p; : :05a!

The street commissioner this city, and there are no neighbors ---- --
was busy
and in the mills at F'
spinners THREE HUNDRED 4: r FrY T RES Ar IelindoS 2 No81 NoSti; %o4S No J
ifill continue although most of with n. force of men all day cleaning within" half a mile of the residence. :;
i Ilrann ,
mills are again running, some on up the dead insects. The principal Finding no one at home except the lady i Junctiou.8:35a ]:!:I:5p: 2:20p) 4:15p lU:30p

full the time with help brought from other streets are npw free, but there is a. horn7ble he made the attempt to outrage her, but Two Hundred in Good Hearing. Lv IeLiiufe:2G.i ]:!:UOp :!:(Ip 4:00p ]0:lOp

Over 11,OuO hands are at work stench from tho decay of their light being forced off by"her, repeated the attempt Trains 88 and 8U run daily, all others

:. mall points. the mills but notwithstanding bodies in a thousand other places. and finally knocked her down, daily except Sudday.

i this the leaders refuse to declare tho Nothing similar is remembered here.I grabbed her by the throat and with the South Florida .\'l.omuJOutiUIJ.

i .tnko oft: White other hand held a pistol in her face and WILL GUARANTEE AXEl' IN No. 3. No. (5.
Illinois Cap Outrages.ST.
! The general strike of the masons and in this way accomplished his purpose. 8 "0 a m...Jacksonville; Ar...(> 45 p m
1 bricklayers in Berlin has been aban- Louis, July 29.-Wednesday The lady is badly bruised about the face COME. FROM PRESENT CROP, i) 33; a m.ireen Cove Spring.' ..5 44 p m

= doned and their Readers have adopted night, near Gillespie, Macoupin county, and body, and is in a dangerous condi- 10 23: a m ...Palatka Junction ...4 50 p in
HL, Henry Bokamp and wife were tion. After the alarm the OK} 10 PEn CENT. ON I'IUCE.ADDCE .
1 l new tactics which, they urge in a was 10 35:; a in......... ..Ptlatka..4 4;:>> p m
j proclamation just issued, are bound to stopped by an armed body of White negro was followed by Green McDonald 11 17 a m....... Huntington. ......4 00 p in
Caps, taken from their and with and and
buggy a shotgun captured placedin
order all the married
: urn. They men 11 40 a in.Seville ...3 3'J pmt
shameful liberties taken with the
l back to work, and direct all those unmarried were jail. :- :! :34 p in... DeLand Junction ...2 43 P m
while the
woman man was hung to an
and without encumbrances to tree three times. The last time SOUTHERN COTTON MILLS.As 12 4tf p in... OrmgeCit June ...2 27 p in
leave the city. This plan has been' apple fatal. LOCK BOX 4H 5, TITrsVILLE, 1 20 p in.\r Sanfofd .y..l 55 p in
came near proving Bokamp has the Market is Glutted They Will Prob.
. adopted in several minor strikes in Berlin
Daily between .Jacksonville and Palatka
been several times of ;
heretofore with some degree of sue- I suspected petit ably Run on Short TimtvNEW '.I.HUB.\. 9
t but convicted. daily except Sunday south of Palatka. No.
larceny, never was
1 cess. I IJ Charles Jones, a saloon keeper, had YORK, July 29.-A special to TheHerald 3 connects at Palatka with Fla. So. Hr..Jncsou'jlle .
--- --- -- -
The class manufacturers of Westphalia .
from Columbus Ga.
I $250 stolen a few nights ago and the ami Sanford Accommodation.
J after coming to an agreement a I mob wanted Bokamp to tell what he had There is a very important movement W. E. KNOX .
month ago to raise the price of their southern cotton manufacturerswhich
t done with the that among
I money No. 5
product hare now resciu ed their former No. 78
1 he had stolen it. It is believed that promises to be successful, to get
action finding that the competition :3 !50 p m..Lv Jacksonville Ar..l2 45 m
j of the mob the and all of the southern cotton mills that are
of Belgium and Schleswig-IIalbtein some got money 5 41 p m...Green Cove Spring...11 40 a in
the of to conceal manufacturing plaids to run one-third
TM taking from them all their trade. urged hanging Bokamp 7 22 m...Palatka Junction_10 45am
glut p
their share in the theft. time till the in the market is re House & Painter
They propose to ask the government for lieved. Manufacturers of these goodsin Sign 7 50 p iu..........Palatka .]0 40 a m
i I more protection. I Dig Privilege, But no HI\,. the south have for the past year been S 50 p in.Huntington... 9 55 a in

Cruelty to Australian Aborigine. : MEMPHIS, Tenn., Jul.29.-'J.1.. II. Mil- running on very close margins, and 1) 22 p m.Seville. .... ... 9 37 a in

I I burn and associates have been granted many of them at an actual loss, on account 10 35 p m.Del and .Junction... S 49 a m

' for LONDON, July 31.-The Society : tho exclusive privilege for thirty yearsof of the fearful cutting of prices TITrSVlJJjE, FLA. 10 55: p m..0range City June... 9 25 a m

ines tho in Protection Australia of make the Aborig public I I laying pipes in the alley ways of the that has been caused by heavy overproduction 11 50 p in.Sanford Lv..._ S 05 a m

r city for the distribution of natural gas. of plaid goods. Manufacturers Daily except Sunday.
some startling facts the
concerning The gas las yet to be brought from the realize that it is necessary to resort to No. 78 connects at Palatka Junction with
treatment of their special wards the II
uy ground. some extraordinary measure in order to Florida Southern Railway.Sauilord .
whites there. In a letter from a newly
discovered save themselves and bring about a more Will Estimate or Contract for Painting and Lake Eustis Itailway.
field tho
of the society gold says:, "On correspondent arriving at I A STRANGE MALADY.Its satisfactory is state of affairs. anywhere on Indian River. LEAVE ARRIVE

Boebum we SAW of unfortunate I Them a strong probability that No. 113 No. Ill No. 110 No 112
gangs I Viet Ill, Go to Sleep Feeling I>iziy and southern mills will be put on twothirdstime
aboriginals chained to wheelbarrows Can do all kind of Graining, either 5:10 p in 4:30 a m..Saiiford..8:20 a 8:45 pm
with bullock chains roads Awake llllud. early in August. This will affectat 5: 7 in 4:59! a m..Paola..7:59 a fc:22
making ; least and untold in Oil Water-Color, representing Oak, p pin
MONTREAL Aug. 3.-Leading physicians 15,000 operatives
others had tho chains rolled around 5:50 p in 5:57 a m.Sorrento..7:31 a 7:40 pm

their necks and naked bodies. The hero are greatly puzzled over a millions of-capital.- -- -- -- ,Ash. Cherry, Walnut or Mahogany 0:01 p in 6:17 a m.MtDora.7:22 a 7:20 pm

effect of tho chains may be imagined iu strange disease from the effects of whichat Venom in a Stallion's Teeth. I 6:1(5 p m 0:30 a m.TavaresJ7:10 a 7:00 pm

a climate where tho stones get so hot I least one resident and several sailors HARTFORD CITY, Ind., Aug. 1.-Isaiah Wood-Filling & Hard-Oil Finishing. Daily except Sunday. No. 113: connectsat :

they cannot: be handled. The sight was just arrived hero, have been stricken Bentley, formerly of this city, a few Sanford with West India Fa Mail.. No.

too painful for most of us from a free with blindness. weeks ago was attacked by his Arabian 110 connects at Sanford with Jacksonvilleand

"no. and we were glad when our teams EarlyTuesday morning Policeman stallion, and had his arm so badly PAPER HANGING Sanford accommodation for points
started again." Rutherford became totally blind while North.
I mangled by the teeth of the infuriated
doing patrol duty. The case was con-
Wants to De King.IXMTDOX 'I but the animal that amputation was necessary. Indian River Kxpros.s.No. .
sidered mysterious, physicians Word has just been received from : iaiscmini1.g: :
Julv I 27 No. 7S
31.-It was rumored in at the hospital where he was taken con-
the lobbies of the house of commons sider it due to nicotine poisoning, as Sabina, 0., that Bentley died a few days 1 00 p. in.Lv. Jacksonville Ar..12 45 p m

Saturday that the Prince of Wales is I I Rutherford was an inveterate smoker. since from the effects of the poison of AM) 2 40 p m..Palatka Junction..10 45 p in

wmous that tho queen should abdicate, I I The mystery in this case was intensified the stallion's teeth. .! 48 p in..........Palatka..........10 40 p in

J he believes that he could secure a i however: by similar cases made STENCIL WORK:, 32 p m..Se'.iIle........... 9 37 p in

1hilToraLle civil list at the present time, : public Tuescb.y. When the bark The Storm King's Ravages.Lrrmt 4 20 p m...DeLand Junction... S 40 p in

e. if his ascent of the throne should Thomas T. Marshall arrived from the ROCK, Ark., Aug. 2.-1\Ion- ANTIQUE AND MOSAIC 4 57 p m.......Enterprise......... 8 04 p in

be deferred for any considerable number : Philippine islands Monday evening the day evening this city and surrounding 6 50 p m..Ar Titusville Lv... 6 00 alii.

? arsi this would become exceedingly captainas astonished when informed country was visited by one of the many Daily except Sunday. Steamers. leave Ti

doubtful The queen herself it is said, I that one of the crew was stone blind, rain and wind storms that have lately Glass S1ain.iJ:1.g; ::: tusville daily.except Sunday, for all points

*hUe recognizing the force of these the attack being exactly similar to that been ravaging the country. Great dam- to Indian River as far south as Melbourneat

ao uerations, is unwilling to take such of Rutherford. The man was immediately age was done to crops, and in some For Decorating Churches Dwellingsand 6:00 a in. Steamers leave Melbourne

astep eo long as her health remains conveyed to tho Notre Dame hos- places houses and barns were swept all Public Buildings Mondays, Wednesdays: and Fridays at 5:00a

EOOO.. pital.During. away. As yet no lives have been reported m for all 1connecting uints south as far as Jupiter,

the of the evening sev- lost then with for Juno and all
Trench Klectlonn.Pms course SjKicial) attention to all inside Finish- stage
eral other sailors board complained Lake Worth.
July 31.-Elections for members on The Queen Incited to Visit Ireland. ing. landings
of dizziness in the head, but they considered -
of the a Halifax River Express.No. .
councils general were held DUBLIN, July 2 6.-The trustees of the

i:::,!>bout Franco Sunday. Gen. Bou- the it was and due that to overexertion would sleepit during National library of Ireland and the Very Respectfully, 27 N u. 78

{jager contested 451 cantons. He has day, the they further board of visitors of the Dublin Science 1 00 p m..Lv Jacksonville Ar..J2 45 p m
off. captain was
*p successful in Bordeaux, where hoPJJfca Tuesday when informed that more of museum, have passed resolutions urging 15 W. R. KNOX. 2 -12 P 1J.\r Palatka Lv..M10() 40 p III

3,310 votes against 2,601 for hisyponent mystified their the queen to visit Ireland in the --- 3 00 p iii....Lv Palatka Ar..... 9 So p JUt
the had sight. Visiting
{ JJO was defeated iu Montpo-i men found the sailors spring, and have notified the govern- of the Formation 00 p in.........Onnond......... 6 25 p mt
the forecastle he greatly Notice ot'thc
*r and Roaen. I excited, and four of them named ment of their action. It is believed that > 2o p in.....Ar Daytona L,...._ 6 00 a m
Returns from 550 cantons show that 1 T. this movement has been taken at the in- Titusillc Cemetery Com Daily except Sunday
Oea Frederick Nordfeldt, A. Mulgulfroff:
J : lkul anger has been successful in : Manfou h and C. Lewerson were sightless stance of the London authorities, to i an3'. For additional times at stations not named

Oily tweh-e. Returns are still awaited I s in pave the way for such a visit above, and for general information, applyat
from while others were partially
903 cantons. The of the The name of corporation shall be
hopes ticket office.
i city
P-.1. the condition. These were all re "
same Titusville ItsIrincipal
In "The
its have Telephone France. Cemetery Company.
fallen to zero. I 'r'ickets sale at City Ticket Office No.
still ,
moved to the hospital, they office shall be at Thusville and
PARIS, July 26.-The French ministerof ,
95 West Bay street and at Union depot.
The War in Zanzibar. I reIDaln. business the laying out beautifying -
posts and telegraphs has notified its general ,
llZ Lnt' July 31.-Dr. Schmelzkopf, I The physicians consider the case a every telephone company: in France. and selling cemetery lots at a placeto ,
Gen. Pas
a!! Supt. Agt.
which cannotbe
8 .in<.hief of Capt Wissmann's most extraordinary one, that the government will talk over their be hereafter purchased, and convenientto
erpeahUon. has been drowned at Zauzi- accounted for, as their first theory lines on the expiration of the term for Titusville. The amount of capital stock General Manager.

t>apL Wissman offers a reward of I that it was due to sudden change of which they were given a monopoly. I authorized shall be four thousand dollars I THE

t.zuPoos: for the capture of Chief climate would not considered.hold when the A case of This term expires within a year in the I to be paid up in full and used for the purchase -
is leading
55Hh.Tkare are fears for the safety the policeman case of most of the companies.Of I and improvement of cemetery prop-
trUv! P\ PTO missionaries. Bushin, physician says the blindness might II I ertv. The corporation shall date its exis- NEW DRUG STOREHas
in the air
be duo to something ,
ma own hand murdered an officer possibly Course tence from the time of filing its articles of
the I has been peculiar for
East Africa named as the atmosphere and with the
company : Young Husband-Are the proceedings anyway association by-laws Secretaryof
time.A .
I some consultation of specialists will beheld lively at your cooking school,Jennie State and complying with the provisionsof on hand a Fine Assortment of

Dom 1'edro's AMauln.MO and probably they may be Young Wife-There was quite attir today: the law governing the organization of

I JAKEIBO, July 31.-The Portu- able to give some cause for this'most I Y. H.-Indeed I corporations, and shall continue for the period FRESH DRUGS.

cuese.who fired a shot at Dom Pedro onWit mysterious malady. Y. W.-Yes, we cooked porridge*Boston of twenty years _
of July itf while the latter The business of the company shall be
was Courier.
I"*the theater is named Adrians MASONIC CIRCLES STARTLED. I conducted by a president, vice-president, -
TO CURE the Disease for whichthe'
Salle. *
and who shall consti-
$e declares that he was insti- ,Entirely Different. secretary treasurer,
gzte to make Grand Lodge Enjoined From CairrlugOut I tute the board of directorand shall for are Recommended.
the attempt upon tho Its Julius-You must introduce me to some IF, AFTER USING ANY OF THEM, YOU,
legislation. first be the undersigned
P01 the
: s lifo by a republican associa- II'II'I year incorporators -
I CHICAGO, Aug. 2.-A special dispatch more girls. in the order named. They shall be ARE NOT- SATISFIED WITH THE RESULT,

la. An AugustusYou seen hard tojpleose. elected for each the YOUR MONEY WILL BE CHEERFULLY RE
from Cedar Rapids, says: action subsequent year upon
Teas Fever Haroc. was begun Monday in the district Julius-No, it's the girls.-New York. Even first Monday in July, and shall hold office FUNDED.We .
CICAG0. Aug. 2.-A ing Sun.' elected and have no cure-alls, but a dif-
from'" special dispatch court at Marion that will startle Masoniccircles until their Micccssors are
I ferent for Each Class of Disease
ufield, Kan. Cattlemen Remedy
eays than anything else perhapsof qualify.The
from the Indian territory report that more i Invitation a la Exchange Fiend. highest amount of indebtedness or for: Affections of the Liver, Lungs, Heart

Tens fever is playing havoc the late years. flare we any exchanges around to spore which the at and Kidneys ; for Female Complaints; :and
among Preston of the udi- liability to company can anytime
Judge eighteenth ]
cattle in Lots of tiien-slathers,and free ai air also Ointments for Eczema
the Ringworm
; :; ,
territory. Over itself shall exceed
R forty cial district, on the petition of C. E. J subject not :: one-
ere Piled as from desk shelf
see to
up you
; Tetter and other Diseases of the Skin.
tnd in in one pasture alone, Barnes, of Burlington, J. C. Graves and t So camp on ourehouUera and help'ycurse1L half the capital stock.
will be
tea others numbers varying from Henry Bennett, plaintiffs and grand President, DWIOHT W. Tt rrix, Give them a trial and yon not

that h to brenty:five. They also stated officers of tl1C. [own consistory of that Come la when *e>e busy and get you a mess; Vice-PresiJent, ISAAC E. BROWN disappointed.

0\.1.. ttndreda of cattle were dying in branch of Scottish Rite Masonry com- Stroll Will it in bother when nj we're humping, to get to-press; Secretary, GEO. M. ROBBIE, J. B. SCREVEN, Druggist., -"
and airyOb; no; not a speck
o 1id not be predicted, that there monly known as the Cerneau, ordered a Walk in acd straddle the proof reader's neck. Treasurer! WALTER GUAHA;: ,
1I'ctted lifting head of the cattleI Jeraporaiy.injunction against the grand Blizzard. f 15. TITUSVILLE, FLA. 7
i into
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- 1) 4 THE FLORIDA STAR "..EDSESDL'G.. i. 1559.I'i .

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THE FLORIDA STAR. I Hjpoloxo. m; days* illness with pneumonia or partw.llyreco"er I I nity at large at heart. Mr. H. R. Oliai : s -every in an of the
stead owns this fine corner Steamers are often plainly d +t
i property.
but drift into SCt
r The schooner Bessie B. has arrived steadily consunp-
I i i i I We now sail across the Eau Gallic passing along on the broad !t1.,.
r PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. f' with a full cargo. tion. Among children the comparison : River (our river is rather deep to wade) Ocean. from the balcony There

ELLIS B. WAGER Editor and Pfllster. The mail carriers report the mosquitoes ;; in favor of Florida is even greater. Dip- 1! and land at the wharf of Mr. W. H. : orange, Hnelemon, uaT3. J :

'erb3d the ', theria, scarlet! fever and other malignant '; Adams owner of the south point of our plum persimmons, grapes, pear ,,
\ along coast, especially &
I I I '! river, and step through a natural windbreak berry and other semi-tropical trets"property "
di theirabsence
$1."iO per unum. haying j J are conspicuous only by ,
at 3Iiami. several whose citizens i of
I 1 into as thrifty and welladvanceda many blen.are in *
i full u
Enter at the pAt Ojfite at TitturUkatMatter. i 1 taken refuge at New River Station, in South Florida while in every ,': young orange grove, for its aze, as can last-: There i.* alto an Jron- d-uIp ?
j but it was a ; northern State they are a constant menace be found in the whole Indian River diI :-- =prm w.t the waters edze. whIch **
I. Stlj"fJ..Cl poor swap. 00
t & to life during childhood and daring !I I I trict. We also note persimmon peach, uou-lr send forth, at the beightof
4 3Ir. O's m-er-idae<<: is a good ant -
j very lemon and other or !eft.
the hot summer monthThe period of : pear, guava, tropicalI a stream of >Pure
THE is the OFFICIAL newspapeifor I *>per and a bright idea, or Fm a gooe.t i '- mi-troDiC31 fruit trees all in a drinking water, to which a great' CttJ
i it I
Brevard countv. t teething, which excites but little alarm !'I
But rJI(>a.=e, Mr. Editor, don't !let him' :| thrifty and healthy condition ; also a wend their way. during the hot r a.
circulation i fling more Latin rock at ine, or ;t in our action carries off its victim* by i ii i' tidy little: house, which. in the future, to *lake their thirst. "This gent!.....:'
The Star haft the of t'ln. I l any i the hundreds in e"eQlare city under will be utilized 3.-. a kitchen for a !larger in partnership with his! brother ICha
or any paper on the Eat coast I Greek rooteither.. I hall be in Melbourne ]
I the name of "cholera! infaniurn" ".mara. : building to be erected when needed.Adjoining -. H. Walton who is at Pl'h.ent. .
I before the -even-year apples pet j '" this fine property we find Titusville-own* a mo-.valuable
A : { ', Hone inch fn apace; 24 squares j .?mlli. No one can consider the question i
A ( make a column.Fora'lvertislnz. i ripe. !' ore of the most desirable sites on our of property on the north bank 0 r
honestly! and fail to conclude that river for gardening which is Eau Gallic River near i its
rat**enquire of the Editor I Miami Station i is : purpo-e Ilon ,
Honest Jack R.
at ,
the chances life and freedom from disease : Therei the
: always enclosing two cent etamp. owned by )William Treutler. fronting on rocky -hereof
: inconsolable at his superintendent'* re- ; are far greater for either adult! or i i- a comfortable residence on this pro- River on which exten-ive improve

Mr. H. A. Carlile left at our office moval.:: and after expatiating on his I child in Florida than el-ewhere in the perty.: Fruit tree are in great variety.A are contemplated in the near future"ttq

| \"irtuf:5'ind.: by declaring helrust't j; Union, and I am convinced that this im- 3-inch: artesian well with a flow of the above gentlemen. We may lt
the 'at week two corn stalks, grown on | many fact which be indiput&bly. ,, of that site
I '! p' rtant can proven nearly half-a-million gallon- water a a building or.a gOOJ
his place at I.aGrange. which measured come along at midnight and -ing j hanot been sufficiently dwelt : every: 24 hour ; great quantities of and private residence- it is !X

thirteen feet and six inches in length. ,! out "Here light your lantern I want to i upon by the press of Florida or fully set i natural fertilizer (muck), and every facility being cloe} ti* Indian River Stesa

ti How i that for corn stalks? ':'|! bin-pect." Jack is a character in his own I forth in the descriptive pamphlet- sent for making ih--what the present Co.- landing on the east and the
_____--+ l I peculiar way, and ha= ho-te of friends. t ont by the various countio.MANUFACTURES.. 'I owner i i.- fast doing-one of the rno-t remunerative : Gallic River on the west side of the W
t pieces of land on IndianRiver. ; Adjoining Mr. J. O. ""a11on..e
i AT meeting of the County i j1ti'hile j fcj
a Cornraisj
j i! On busine to Juno we found
a trip t.heoun orange trove of Mr.,. u.._
.ioncri this week an election was ordered substantial I the advantages of Florida in the -
t humming-a
things just Ho also into
I ) this desirable : ., irg, coming bearing.
of health alone invite
matter mu-t always pO
!ip wharf and the frameof i
held on the third Tuesday of October I nearly completed i ithe of Commissioner Next to thi is a recentlypurdosdpiece
I t a stream of immiration."hat people property County: l
decide whether the sale of liquor a good-sized depot well under way. I I IP. of land belonging! to a
next to can do after they get there, is the A. McMillan whose orange grove i i- Canada:
the of Palmer -
Through courtesy Engineer )Ir. Blatch who thi
and beer for the just coming into bearing. Here we find returns *ft
r *, wines next two little ride the loco. most important: question to answer after
licen-ed. we enjoyed a on satisfying the honest inquirer on the j' another 3-inch arte-ian: cell, *howing alike his family, intending to make this P6i3t
rears shall be prohibited or i and havn't had o much fun since we his home for the
of health and when I considerthe voluminous flow of freshwater permanent future.
} That there is a great change in popular had our last chill. The next time he matter t pure ithin a shortdistanceof )Ir.
of Philadelphia and the ; preparation an extensive t it
sentiment since the last *wet" and '"dry"election -nys "i-hake" we will try and buy him I and Irish P i is the small bachelor residence:
causes: that made her great and are till garden. Egg plant, sweet (
i off with invitation to ride i in our
an Mr. Chas. H. Walton
held be denied but I I melon etc., etc. in profusionsome on his homestesl
was cannot operating to make her greater, it is all I potatoes ,
yacht. word out and some still in -and which eventually he will use as an j
think that the advocates of high told in the one manufacture, andif nursery
many We are -orry to announce that there it i is the ambition of Floridians to see a fine, commodious house, graced by a dition to a better-class residence JJ
licence have not increased in number proportionately i is :t rumor to the effect that Supt. Samsof their State become more than a winter hospitable host and hoste3- Immense though Mr. Walton has labored ncfe:

down the riyer as* they have the U. S. Signal Service ha* been re home for the wealthy report for the invalid I quantities of muck is being used by Mr I great difficulties with regard to thecalj

in TitUaville. Should this be the case, moved.<< 0, hade of civil service reform or field for sportsman- or tourist McMillan, which is composted with lime :. ration of fruit tree on his home 1t1!,

no doubt the content at the ballotboxwill where art thou? A gentlemanto and become truly great in population i and chemical Both on his grove and through illness, drouth, etc., and b
the core. he fills 1! the bill-but, alas, and wealth we must get to i.ianvfaduring.What I truck gardens improvements continually lost a large number of trees he still kff a

be a close one. not the C. S. bill, and he goe=, to the it shall be I cannot say at once, going on. ; planting more, determined not to be of

I The petition wa signed by the leading sincere regret of the keeper and the but it behooves every Floridian to consider Xext in order comes two house built :j done by'these failures.

citizens and business men of Titusville.and public generally. Republican as we are, well what possibilities exist in this I on the disputed piece of land. Although j We shall now leave Mr.C. H.War loci

had they not favored high licence we cannot but deplore the seeming ne- line in his own neighborhood and what there is not much improvement going on : place in all its lonesomeness and g&IJ!

ceity for such a political remo"al.RCTHYES.. industries: can be started on limited capital I on this land at present as soon as the and run across the Eau Gallic Rira;
instead of the present state of affair they for we must begin in a small way; i i case is decided by the government land :! where, a little further west, we find tie

probably would not have endor.-cd the ------- we must! experiment and demonstrate J l I authorities the building of more houses grove of Capt. John Houston and thtsf3Ir.

petition. Letter from Dr." .. S. Graham. that manufacturing can be made to pay. I and planting of groves will soon proceed. George Houston his son; and it zSI:!
Sanford, the home of Judge Tucker, This will be enough large companies will We now cross the south branch of the here be mentioned that it is mainly
PHILADELPHIA, July 27, 1889Dlltw be organized, capital will then be glad of Eau Gallic River and find another young ing to the members of this family tk
baa Faloon and dubs than I
more open I the Eau Gallie River has taken the sud i
Florida & .": the opportunity to invest. The palmettoroot orange grove on an excellent piece of :
C i i!. any 'dry" town in the State, and we DEAR Sir.-According to promi-e: I i is aid to be richer in tannin than land purchased from Messrs. Hodgson it has among the settlements of India

I* t feel ure Judge Tucker misquotes from oak bark and the leaves of the same Bros. Thi: property: i is owned by Prof. ;, River, both the north and south { ice
take this opportunity of sending you for Frank. Adams of McGill University : forming the mouth of the Eau lRiver
the Orlando Ecporttr, as editorially |Mr. plant are said to make excellent materialfor College -
r- Gore has advocated high license* publication in the STAR a few of the the finest grades of paper. The banana Montreal, Canada, and brother of i i having been held by members!
preferable mo-t marked impre"ions which I have and sisal hemp are said to yield a Mr. W. H. Adams. owner of the south this family in the past.
to the prohibition law. Let the experienced since arrival here. The fibre which is in unlimited demand. The point of the Eau Gallie Ricer This Igrove i Coming in an easterly direction don
1 Judge put in his: best licks for Sanford my manufacture of sugar and curing of tobacco will come into bearing next year j the bank of the river we find the lag
tf fmt. main cause of my absence from Titus- and making cigars can probably It is in the care of 31 r. W. H. Adams. i sawmill of Messrs Gleason & Braineaat
.a viile being a desire to obtain rest and relief Let present silent and unoccupied.
-- --- be carried on more prolific in Florida us now take a glimpse at the adJoining -
Point Pcistoflicc. from the cares and duties of business than elsewhere in Uncle Sam's domain. extensive property ol JUessrs. A short distance from this we cone toj

I' City and to accumulate !strength and energy While in our own particular section the Hodgson Bros, who have been settled on I the extensive grounds and haiukcej
CITY POINT, FLA., Aug. 2,1i !'. wealth of our river in fish and oysters this river for about four years. One of j; buildings of the Treutler Hotel, gad
To tIt Eliirnftne Florida Star for use during the coming season, I can certainly be converted into moneyby their groves is bearing, while the others j here we see yet another 3-inch artesinj

: hall not burden myself with an attempt a little effort, and along its banks the are just coming into that desirable con- j well situated, near the hotel baildisg: ,

SIR-It i is difficult for me to see wherein tf> -end you anything either elaborate or finest oranges and pineapples in the United dition. These gentlemen have divided i!I and over which the proprietor is about

the item quoted from Washington lengthy. Two subject, however, health State could, with a very inexpensiveplant their groves by leaving a natural wind- ( to erect a two-story nectagonal be thin 2
be made into break of oak and hickory scrub (with i pavilion with all the necessary adjsacs
news a! to the changes in pobtma4er-hip: and have constantly forced up marmalades 1
-yrup, wines and vineears, or be which their land i is covered) between ;! of such a building, and here also we firl 1 1i
,t at City Point in any way illustrates your themselves reasoning faculties ample grounds well stocked with peek
upon my canned for shipment, and a demand be each grove. We also note on this property i I i
assertion that the Republicans are surely during lei-ure moment-1, and their importance established that would be difficult to persimmons, lemons, guavas, ban- i lemon, orange and other fruit trees >

t "getting there" I by 'putting out Demo- in moulding the future wealth supply. Manufacturing ha already be- anas, grapes mulberries, peaches: and 1:' large landing stage, with store house,etc,
crats." Judge A. \\.hitlock resigns gun in a few of our towns, and its ef- fig trees, all bearing, with numbers of : and a fine steamer lying at the wharf t)
4 and progress of Florida appear, in my fects cannot be mistaken. It was the other semi-tropical fruit trees, all in a 1 be run in connection with the hotel,ati .so
in favor of his! deputy,Mr- A. 31. .\bne)". humble opinion, paramount to all others. cigar industry of Tampa that insured its thrifty and healthy condition ; also a i! rowboats etc., all for the exclusive tat

A petition i is circulated in her favor The question of healthfulness aud continuous growth, interrupted by and large and roomy house, from which is of guests. From the roof of this bra

among the patrons of the postofflce, receiving comparative immunity from disease is of in pite of a yellow fever epidemic. I commanded an excellent view of the sur i building may be seen the heaving billow
3 have felt that the impressions which Ihave rounding country. Connected with this !! of the broad Atlantic.i .
42 signature i When it io i returned vital importance to human being
every still further to tie
Going on come
endeavored to transmit to your commodious idence-whicb i< knownas we
q h from Washington it receivethe electing a home, and all other things reader would be of interest, and the hope Pinewood Lodge-are several outbuildings I cosy comfortable, home-like residence

1 endowment of the Republican County being equal the more healthy any cer- that their consideration might be of ben- : also a mule staB, etc., etc.. I Mr.: John H. Mel lor. of Chicago, nestlg

Organization, not as a Democrat or Re tain community may be the more rapid efit to all has prompted me to consumeso the newest cultivating machinery, and among orange and lemon trees, wbio

publican simply as the choice of the will be its development. There are ex much of your space. Hoping to find lastly, a 3-inch artesian well with'a flowing I have been bearing for some year ti
Tituville more than ever on capacity of nearly half-a-million gallons J Continuing on our way we cross *
i is Democrat and prosperous 1
1 people. Mr. Abncy a and few of the 1
ception- nut a of"
v my return, I amTours of pure. fresh water e.eryt hours. ; property of Mr. Carey, Rochester,
we Republicans suppo her -yinpathie* be-t: of our race have faced the miasma : very respectfully, Great improvements have bee'n made on Y., also having bearing orange trees 03

go tbatfa)'. of tropical jungles;: and 1 swamps and the I WALTER S. GRAHAM this property, and more are going on it. This gentleman is a recent purcka
a d In event don't and in contemplation. )Ies*r>. Hodg-on and returns this fall with the intentis!
any we can per-on-: fatal chill) of the arctic regions in the :
For and Liver Bros have also on their I of making this place his permanent hoot
byspepsia hire
1 when official is yon a property very
ally, an position vacant path of duty or race for wealth and fame, printed guarantee on (every bottle of shiloh's ViUlirtr large muck-bed. averaging in depth from Adjoining this property is that d|

by reason: of resignation i or expiration ol but the great na.of mankind will pitch Grey. Titnvil. It never, Fla fails to curt v>l.l by Dictsou l: two to four feet, from which they have I Capt. Aaron Bennett, of Rochester, $

date of com minion. I can see no reason their tent and plant their vine and fig- ... -- .. obtained many ton of good fertilizer, Y., who has built himself a home aw

why a Republican fully competent to fill tree where life ::et'inmore secure to : "Hackmatack" a H'ticcr! and fragrent ptrfnme. and there are hundreds of tons still already laid out his grounds with nIt&
Price 25 and X> c -nt*. Sold by DkksOE Grey. waiting development by the above I' ous fruit trees suitable to our genial
theition should not have the prefer
theuielveand: those they love. Whoever TitU \"i1e-! FlaShiloh's ) mate.
gentlemen. On the whole"nearly
ence at the hand- of the JKMUTS that l he then, ha thought of coming to .. on this property is progressingsatisfactorily everything I Next to this we cross the building I<
when the office is not covered by Civil Florida been forced the Care \\:ll immediately: relieve Cronp, which &
of C.
having to Whoopms;; Congh and lirontbiUs Sold by Dickson speaks well for the J. Hector, Jno. L. Harrison
Service regulation Do) you ? thought by the death of ome member of & Gr y. Titusulle, Fla. ultimate uccefinancially and otherwise I 'V..ilwn, when we come to the talc* .

"A government i-i safest in the hands the family group 15 a result of this ricor- --- -of Mes-rs.: Hodgson "Bros investments ble property of the estate of John Hots-::

of its friend." B. F. B. SLiloh'B Catarrh Remedy positive cure for Ca. and untiring exertions on their I ton, of which mention has already bee
r oiis climate, will naturally consider turbo Diptheria, and Canker Mouth. Sold by Cick- 1 an d. made in this article. _
THE fact of )Ir-. Abney receiving the whether consumption or some other grim son & Grey Titusvilte. Fl.,:... Just south of Mr. J. E. M. Hodgson'- i Other and various improvements &

appointment a- I ijstuiistres* at City lieutenant of death is more to be dreaded Why will yon cot: h When Shiloh'p, Cure will give residence we notice the building lot of I going on. but we fear to trespass pI P

-, Point occasioned us to remark that the than that tropical prince of disease known immediate relief? Price 1':, cts :.V)ct and $1, bold Mr. A. R. Hodgson, which is planted out I the patience and space of "ye editor
# I by ickson k Jrey, Tttnsville Fla in different kinds of emi-tropical tree but we mention that we were shown &
i Republicans are "getting there" in j I a. Yellow Jack. Knowing that the gen- This will be the making of a nice place entered a handsome building, finis-w

putting out Democratic I)()?tmt- ter?, eral line of thought must run in this for a married couple some day. inside with the beautiful wood of c't
because! the Republican Itoatma ter-Gen. channel, I felt like reasoning; the matter I Next to these groves is the residenceof sunny Florida and used by the *tUsj
the habit of I Mrs. W. Wilson, of Courtney, who as a' place of worship :Sabbath cjj
era! i is not in appointing out for myself in an impartial manner, I every
FROM OUR SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT. owns about thirty acres of land here and by the youth of the settlement dori?
$Js Democrats ; but this teems to be an ex- and have compared the northern States
seven acres of which are cleared. This the week as a public school. Tbu rf
ceptional case, according to our corres- with Florida in this respect that I mightbe Gleanings from a stroll on the Eau grove i i- partly bearing and is being con- work was mainly erected by the settIe'

pondent, "B. F. B." Everyone knows i able to an-\ver intelligently the con I Gallic River will show many improvements tinually added to and enlarged. on our river, aided by a subScrip nfro'

that generally, the expression of an official stant inquirie.. that were put to me on on the land, the erection of new Adjoining' thi* residence i? the building the members of the"South ,AshIsDd ar
l. houses, etc. lot of Mr. H. U. Hodgson, which is enue Baptist Church Chicago, DLI:
'resigning"i is a polite way ofaying: this subject and that I might be able to ,
First we come to the residence of Mr. very tastefully laid out with variety of consideration of which the erection !
that be had to go. or that he was requested I back up my answer with reason. William Roescb, who has made improvements : semitropic.'lfruit and other trees. It been dedicated to the Baptist

to resign rather than be put out. We The con itlerationo! made in this line on his land and additions to his commands a very good view of the Em the Rev. H. M. Prince having charge Y\.

are glad to learn the result was different I resulted in a revelation. I have always hou6......
Next comes the orange grove of Mr=. please the most fastidious of brides. John H. .
er Mellor.
in this case, and that )Ir. Whitlockilenrcd felt that the citizens of Florida were s
Houston, Sen., !showing great promise for We shall now take a short walk to the As we have now arrived the .p
.t to give up the office and that his blessed with greater immunity from dis- the new sea-on's crop of oranges and residence of Mr. J. O. Walton, which of departure we will close byf1.

recommendation endorsed by the de- ea-e than those of the northern States, lemons, and the large Houston grape Mr. Chas. H. Walton designated Indian the hospitable citizens on the Eau J

partment in doing as he requested, viz. : but I never realized before how markedwas vine, loaded with delicious fruit. River Lodge. Mr. Walton is an English River every success and all the .....

.. by appointing Mrs. .\b e.', who, we the contrast. Only four ;years have Mr. Charles Young's residence, show- gentleman of leisure and means, who has gifts the gods have to bestow.
ing improvements, next comes into traveled considerably over most of
conclude, is a Democrat because her husband passed since I left this city for Florida, view. the world north parts .
i east, south and west, Cured:
is, for the reason also that a man's but in almost every social circle I have Further along Houston street (this and for some years past Mrs. Walton has Consumption Surely t

politics is most always the same as those visited, one or more of its bright members street was donated bv the late John accompanied him in his travels, their previous To TIn IDnoB-l1eue Inform yonr agora radon

f of his 6f/fcr-half. The tone and nom deplume have gone to their long sleep, and as Houston) we note the large tomato residences having been in Algiers di I have a posIUTe its timely remedy use thpermanently for .the of boP lr
I garden of )lr. John McAllister (a bluenose Algeira; Tangiers, Morocco, etc.etc. Mr. cases bareBy been cnrei I-"royw
of our correspondent shows that he : I find how many an intellect far brighter New Brunswicker), who is also the and Mrs. Walton have been on the Eau glad to send two bottles of my remedy iw tilt'..J

is a Republican and that he i is an advocate I and constitution more robust than my owner of a fine young orange grove further Gallic River for the past two or three of send your me readers their express who have and consumption post office saarw '

p of the adage, "To the victor belongsthe : own has succumbed to typhoid fever, lean up the Eau Gallie Ri\"erJ and also ears, and have built, mostly of galvanized Respect/ally. far 1..
: T. A. SLOCUM. il. c.. tsl. Pearl it.. Se"
spoils ;" consequently, he does not I say; honestly, that I would prefer to take at present engaged in the very luprativebusiness corrugated iron, a very neat residence 34
of artesian well We in the midst of about
ten acres of .
see why the PostofSce Department should my chances in Florida during the prevalence note also, his new packing-house in close excellent land. Mr. Walton is fast making Are yon made miserable by indisestiof. C r

appoint a Democratic postmistress. Perhaps and in the path of a yellow fever proximity to his flowing well. his place one of the prettiest show patron Dlzlness. Loss of Appetite TenorShiloh's Sold bf )ct

Republicans are rather scarce in epidemic than in many northern citytoclay Further on we call at our postoffice places on the Eau Gallie, River, being son k Grey ViUlizer, TltaiTUle' is a positive, Fl*. Care.
and general store. There are no rented charmingly situated on a high bluff .
City Point who would accept the office. with typhoid fever. This disease is c
properties in our settlement settlersare Eau Gallic The Bourbon, Iyd '
; our overlooking and Indian Rev. Geo. H. Thayer. of
We :tloa't suppose for a minute, that to le dreaded the year round, while the all "Both mywlf and wife owe onr lies to
stakeat Rivers well
property-holders, having a as as commanding an excel- Grc%
F. B." would have it.-Ed. STAR. J most robust succumb after few and Contraption Cure." Sold by Dictson
"B. may a : the welfare of the comrnu- lent view of the surrounding picturesque tnstille, Fla.




... FLORIDA STAR, WEDNESDAY, AUG. 1, 1880.Knmnierl'nder : jt


( ""riUmJar the Star.")
19 Wants. .
that the spring 'STILI.1VGT.A.
It i F proverbial? .-Y-LOR.,
Incites the last s mute;

Th That other glamour) seasons over do everything not fling -0- Cocoa, Indian River, Flol'i ln.DE..t.LERS .

Which every year renews.
I (Now bight) us;

Discouraging! as this may heWe JR SI WATSON & CO.
't find in diverge wars ,
a t-ammer is on deck, and -welocept
k the fact, unwillingly, Hardware Stoves
\f subject for "dot, days," 1- FORWARDINGAND Crockery Tinwarej

(Or try!) ,

1' In his full glory now-the MIII
Caloric doth diffuse!
. The mercury, too, hasl begun COMMISSIONMERCHANTS AND AGATE-WARE.
M The higher mathematics on,
Paints Oils Glass and Putty
what ,
Aegardlcrs i ensue i ....
(Now fry I) CUTLERY

t llowluitue pitch their tuneful pipes Plumbers' ,
... and Mill
As tasteful! as of yore;
The fleas "get next to u*" anti gripe, BARBED WIRE,
I:: And sand flies, gnat and all their stripe Supplies,

. Come swarming: to the fore. I I WIRE
t (Shoo fly!) II NETTING
.'t condemned to breadA" TITUSVILLE FLORIDA Doors Sash Blinds '- i Y1g,1
We were earn our WIRE
due"With 1 T
Atlamitic -- and CLOTH
brow" 'twas said
a |* ; -: :--
.i: Hut we have now, from foot to head, r
:: 'dissolving views." BRICK LIME CEMENT
IJfConie- WE WANT .c G-Ll.r.l.S
(Ah, my!1) o f

=..; Oh that the wurM wrreyunngonce" more, THE CONFIDENCE OF THE PEOPLE SHINGLES 1L1.XITIO. .,-
and LATH.
We would<< our garments shed; ,

For in the fig leaf costume, wire, WE WANT FISHIXt TACKLE.
1 We better could the heat endure
Were- hut these inserts! dead. You to be sure to Come and See Us Ship
.t, (iood-byu!) When you come to town. Chan..d1ery: G-c>c>ds 9

:L __ WE1'T Agents for \L.\H.\SI\E, the pcnnancnt coating for walls and ceilings ; For Chattanooga P 1U\\" COtupan's -
Deafness Caii'f lie Cured plows and Cello mill ; Planet Jr. farm tool,.
t To Talk to You.
t by reach local the application diseased portion they of can the car.not Gauze Door, Cook Stoves and Ranges?, Gasolene Stoves Collins and Casket

1 There Is only one way to cure Deafness, WE WANT
1. and that is by constitutional remedies. To Work With You. 1 IlTESI.L WELL PIPE A. SPECIALITY.

Deafness is caused by an intlamcd con Catalogues, sample card, and hC lists sent free
upon application. Correspondence solicited 1 and
. dition of the mucus lining of the Eusta- "'E WANT tinvites furnished
: (hian Tube. When this tube gets inflamedyou promptly.
have a rumbling sound or imperfect To Post You on the Markets.
1'; hearing and when it is entirely closed STILING & TAYLOR.

't deafness Is the result, uul unless the in- WE WANT _- -- -- .
: flamation can be taken out and this tube - ------ -------- ---------- ---- --------.- .-
y restored to its normal condition, hearing To Ship For You and See to Your Shipments L. C. OLIVER. F. T. BUDGE.

t will be destroyed forever; nine cases out here.
often are caused by catarrh which is
1T i nothing but an inflamed condition of the WE WANTTo OLI"VER, & B1.TDG-E.:

mucus surfaces. ,
t.N, We will give One Hundred Dollars for I either Buy or Handle most of the
any case of Deafness (caused by Catarrh) I Fruit and Produce of this sectionof Dealers inGEORGIA .
7 that we cannot cure by taking Hall's' the country.
Catarrh Cure. Send for irculars, free.

t 1.r.. CHENEY & CO..Toledo,O.5flp5old WE WANT PINE LUMBER
i by Druggists, 7>c. 10.
You to Know, if we cannot Buy Your ,

': The Invalid's Hope. Products, We Can Ship it for You.
Many seemingly incurable cases of AND LATHS. .
blood catarrh scrofula and rheumatism
have been cured by It. B. B.

t': (Botanic Blood Halm), made by the You to help us to make Titusvillo a G-E ER.AL _A..Fl.D .A.R.E
.I Blood Halm Co., Atlanta. Ca. Write to distributing point for the Productsof ,
! them for book llllcd with convincingproof. :
the river, and sell our

:I (j. W. H. Raider living seven miles Products here. : Sash Doors and Blinds ; Stoves Tinware and Crockery."Refrigerators
r from Athens, Ga., writes: For several .
.. years I suffered with running ulcers, WE WANTIn
which doctors treated anti pronounced
incurable. single bottle of B. B. B. fact to save :you money, and can do it P AI1'ITS AI'\TD OILS,

did me more good, than all the doctors. if you will help us.
1 I kept on using stand every ulcer healed." Water Coolers Ice Cream Freezers
'I D. C. KInard & Son, Towaliga, Ga., 'VEVoONT: ,
writes: "Wo induced a neighbor to try
-' II. B. B. for catarrh, which he thought You to know we are head-quarters for Screen Wire, Screen Windows Screen-Wire Doors.

t Incurable, ns It had resisted all treat Vegetables, Crates, etc. .
l ment. It delighted him, and continuing

r Its use he was cured sound and well" WE WANTTo POWDER AT NEW YORK PRICES.
; 11.M. iwsonEast Point, Ga., writes:
"My wife had scrofula 13 years. She Sell Orange Boxes and
:you your
t I and kept) her growing klnbrok worse.out She fearfully.lest her Debility hair- Orange Wraps, and will do it if''ou TIT U S V ILL E, F LOR I D .1\.. .
----------- -- ---- ------
h _ __
, will
emaciation aiul nopppetite followed. come to see us. I h
; After physicians} and numerous advertiicd : C1yde
Steam Launch Eleanor S1eCiD:1ship: Go
medicines failed. I tried H. B. B., WB WANT: .
.J and) her recovery was rapid and com : New York _
pl te." You to know that we arc Agents for the 37 Feet Long, 7 1-2 Beam, I Charleston & Florida Lines.The .

Oliver S.'COI'. Baltimore' Mil.. writes: Ocala Rock Lime, and will furni>hit !
1 "1 12Ft. Draught ; Cost, new, $1,800,
trout weak back and} rheumatism. II I
low down. I
B. B. B. has proven to be the Ii i
only) medicine that gave me relief.
Uv m1<1ress lu! I
'" CJ
You to know that we bunt our own I
Oyrter-Slicll Lime, and, of'Our'l'.
I 210 Water St., ltaltiitiore..ll l.
ROYAYlL uive }bottom prices.
can you -- --- --- -- ----

\\'WANT' Yum Yum Peach Trees;
W tiaM .
You know that handle Cement
to we
R YALRarnur
:\ t :un-hipo. of thi Line 'inte'l i bail ullm.
crw" are ails to ::3 s.
and Pla tcr ALSOMififllE
RED (Standard Time.)
'' AAA ,

.0 "I'X'L' AND WALDO PROLIFIC From Jacksonville to New York. _

'1'0 impress upon your minds that we (DIRECT 01 CALLING AT C1I.1RLE.;"fox.) : From Fernandina to Ns\7 York.
On Mariana Plum Stock. Guaranteed
CHEROKEE, Thur.'day,Ang. 1. at 7.l" a. 6)i ,
True. Sunday.. 1 at IOUU: 8. IU ; : t
Thompson X EMuaids, Yum font i is the Best Peach ever IKOyCOI-.. .D1IrSl a,}. .:' ". at 1O: p. IU : lr.OJrOB. rll.1ay. Aug. 2 "t3Opl11
Sundae II I
at I.3 IJ .
a. D1 '
of Chicago, planted in Florida ; ripens in April and lUttl1.y, .. la. at 7:3' a. m I CHEIOKII TE1I:1tirE: ., Tueetsl', ,'4 bat 3fOpm
Price. $3.00 d Order S E.\n OLI8nJ1da,', +q, at JOO Friday Oat 3CO p D1
May ; per oz. now. a. In I ,
The largest manufacturers of Fertilizers SEUISOI.E. Titday, IS,at 3:(()l'IJ1
(1.11'. IDNER Tillmaii IROQtOIS t Thurs'ay. : -1 "t 1,0: p. m I IlUQ"OI Friday.Tubular. If, at 3(0 pi
2lu.l gouda 15 at 3.00 _
in the 1v cSt, and keep constantlyon -im: 1'hureda) '. ::9. at 6,1)p D1 J CIIEIWI\EE, _. :(i,at 3.W pct
) a. m _
of their ----- --- "IROO.UOIS.CHEROKEE. 1, -t I SE I1XOLE. Friday ".. 21, at 3.-00 pro
hand the following brands : suudaept. : 8:30 & In Tne-day, ':'. at 3iOp.tiSO
N0I Goods : PIONEER COOPERAGESyrup Thuhd4l. 't. 5",at 1:00: noo ciniol Tnday ., at 3-OOa.ia
I Steamers marked are tot intended to cill at
World of Good, for Orange Trees. Barrels $2.25. Charleston north-bound. I

World of Good for Trucker For Infonuation ,
Gauged to order ten cents extra. Regarding Freight and Pa vige, apply to
Pure, fine round Bone. J. \ LESLIE snpt Jacksonville; T. G. EGrR. TraSic :':'I31.3fU. :3i Krosdway+a Totl;
Wheelwrighting and Repairing.C. J. A STEAD. Aiit nt. i'ernaudina.
I POWDER Blood, Bone and Potash. JOHN L. HlVAlil 1' }.. \.. Jacksonville. F.L IRONMONGER, :T P. A.. Jack i\i.le.:
Chicago Bone Meal O. B. "')(. I'. ('I.YIU: X ('1).. (..t'nt'ralJt'uts.. J-J South \Vbar\-., 1'htlatftl'hx ; :i. 1:41-
lini; Green, New York.
Dissolved Bone. Honey barrels: and Oval Water Breakers
Absolutely Pure. WE WANT from $ '.OO up. Por'to Rico Pin.eapplo: dips-, -

Thin powder never varies. marvel of puritr, Tank:* $10 Per Hundred.
Mreogtb, ami *hole.omeue i. More economical You to know we keep on hand traw13orrp;: P1a11"ts in Sep'teD:1ber::
tbJa the ordinary Und, and cannot be sold in and all kinds ol COOl'EI'onK to order.T. .
competition with the multitude of low test, short Sulphate of Potash,
w eight,slum or phosphate der.. Sold only in JOHNSON: curly.everal
Land Plaster .
cu nora Baling Itowder Co., 10-J Wall Street, ,
*e.Vorksons Canada: "". Ashes, LaGrange, : : Florida. INDIAN RIVER: URAND, manufactured by an old firm, the Davidge Fertilizer Ct).
------- ------ Tobacco Stems and Send for Circular. Also Bone Meal, Cotton Seed Meal, etc., and Mape andDavidge's
XOTICC.To Fertilizers. A full line of Ornamental Fruit Trees Send for catalogue

all whom It may concern. All per- Cotton Seed Meal. EACOTT & CO., JOHN 15. BEACh, Indian hover Nurseries Melbourne, :Fla.
who have any claim or demand
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Against the estate of August liars de- ""B.XT: TITUSVILLE, FLA., ,

teal} 1. late of Waveland,Dade county, You to Give Us a Trial on something.WE J. 31. SAWYER A: SON,
'lorMa, are hereby requested to present TINS SHEET-IRON WORKERS. I
toe same without delay, duly authenticated PORTER & POTTER Yacht Sail-makers
within the time allowed by law, WANTTo : _
to the Hon. County Judge in and for merit by fair and
bade county, Fla.; or .Thomas J. DC your patronage GUTTERING, ROOFING, 84 & 85 South St., New York

wuben, Esq., Fort Pierce, Fla.; or to honest dealings, and we mean business. And Manufacturing of Tin Ware axe:
we undersigned, else the same will be TRY US.Respectfully.
Barred. GALVANIZED WORK, Real Estate Dealers !(FOOT OF 55TH ST., ATLANTIC

Admhllitrator of the estate of the late And Repairing of all kindsLouUon ,
AIIguIt liars.11'avelantl. I 1- "

Dade Co., Fla., Lake Worth Dade Co., Fla.I 1I Particular attention cit' PleasureI
July 24 J. S. WATSON & CO. : 3IAIST. near river.o t
18S9. 8t-13 I I I Boat Sails of all descriptions: 50THE


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., -- -

: -_ from Newport, Ark., TnesJav*. tvro CARDS. I Indian River Steamboat Co. RAY & BRYAX,

: NEWS IN I BRIEF. brothers, John and Thomas Carter, got ""

( : Interesting into a difficulty and John cut Thomas OF-cnca M. ROBEISSVAiTEa S. GEAHAJT, I II ; .rte1caa: : 'VVoiiA.
Item oa
A Condensation of
= Brevard Ao-I
several times with a knife. James Car- President Brevard :secy. I
Various Subject ter, the father of the two, interfered.and Abstract Co. tract Co ; Schedules 1 in effect MAY: 12, 1SS9.j n

Rev. Frederick A. Howard brought John turned on him and slashed :
,. suit at Jackson, Tenn., to recover $50OOD him frightfully. The wounded men are j STEAMER IRRIGATION CONTRACTORS

: for alleged libel, and got a verdict for one not expected to live. The assailant is ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW Leaves TITUSVILLE.................... 0 a m I ,

cent. hiding 111' in the mountains.H Arrive at :\Ielbourne..l:! noon Solicit l\. ,'.- .'. .ULTITVSVIIIX. .-,

Two companies: have been formed at Kansas __ : P. O. Box m TTTT: :;VILLE. Brevard Co.. Florida. I
I City for the purpose of reclaiming 600 st 1:11t1) Destroyed tvi ...... < i Will practice in all the onnties of the Seventh facilities Returning : .f.OJUn,.

4 acres of submerged land in the Missouri ST. LOUIS, Aug. 2.-Aery I Circuit and Examining in the Supreme and Perfecting Court. Land Special Titles. ourr.e..1:! noon j _ _- -- -- --- 3:
river, th3 estimated value of which, wbea storci passoil over New r3.c1j., I for solicited from Claimants and Heirs Leaves -- ---

Correspondence 12 ................. <; m i j
reclaim, is $3,500,000.) Monday (','ening. Two lirtL- ,,-s-n- I to Spanish Grants. Money to Loan._ Arrives at Titusville P

I The signal service office says: that the wet boats, fll' Arkansas City zri the Carl I ISc1nu.7. Above daily except Sunday. "FROST LINE" TO THE FRONt

teason is about over and that a ho August vo 'f" totally
is probable. $14.eoh/** hous.j-i .( i i. .- ..i\dlle i STEAMER GEORGIANA, !

lira. Harrer. wife of the convict ex-presi and Liu He: i..n-1-n.r *vj .- h. .;u J..' /ffiT-AT-U: AND nOTARY PUBLIC Leaves Melbourne.......... ........... 5 a UIArrives I Having Purcha-ed the "Frost Lice .
dent of the Fidelity bank l of Cincinnati, --- -

I was at Deer Park Saturday, and saw thepreaidetii A Cowardly A,s.i. in.ttioa of :s Frieud. I Rock Florida. at.Jupiter..................... S P 'm I ami feeling the ntceity of keeping Q
_f 4 aad attorney general in regard to I ASIIEVILLT:, X. C., July 26.-CoLI I |! Monday, Wednesdays antI Fridays.Returning her past Good Imputation aa swift aDd

a panioa for her husband. The president I Roger J. Paore a proojincat" lawyer and D. L. GALTDEN, Great Courier I :ISk of the people a Co .
i Eal be Mould look into the case. but at presEnt : editor of The Times-Hogister. at Marion, i I : : (
wul Favor
their (i
could not see his way clear to act. ,. X. C., was shot and instantly killed at ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, ..... ...................... > :l m i I tinuanee :

The effort to introducs the so-called that place Monday: night j st after Arrives .Melbourne.... ............. s P m Will Make Contract.- r
I p L Australian system 'of balloting into the alighting from the mi Imgiit train which Titusville, Florida. TuedavThurdavs and Saturdays. |

4 South: Dakota constitution was defeated. brought him from Round Knob. He Ij5f
: I
i .,J The Minnesota state prison board has decided had gone 100 yarJs from the station, : .u. THRASHER, Connection i j.: made at Titu-\'ille; Delivery of Lumber and Large

not to adopt the sagge; :tioa of the governor I; and was leaning on the arm of Judge I IHaJwooJ A. with trains of the .L, T. fc K. W. Sy-i

r that the prisoners bs put to work of Texas, while on his left i ATTORN3Y-AT-LAW, tern to and from all point North, ami! at I Cargoes

P making binding twine, as they think it ; was another friend, when some one came P. O. Eox in SASFORD. FLA.Will'practice Jupiter with daily stage for .Juno ((8 ,
would require too much money to purchase 1 behind him and shot him through tLe eveiith: with
C up in all tl' .untrfs 01 miles: ) where connection i- made j
the nece -.;ary macbineiy. the neck which was broken by the balL Circuit and .supreme court.: 3 I the steamer 'LakeVurth. for all land- j Anywhere up or down Imhan Kiver.I .

$ Secretary lltwk bays he proposes to investigate -I His assailant ran, monute 1 a horse .

,. the system: of farming in Virginia! and fled the town. A coronev's inquest I pLLENE.IIEYSEILAtteyatbwll i ing- on L'1kerorth.. j jI >o sure you ee me brfon- 1 -ir.jj: ",r.;.

ill hope of ascertaining why it is not more \ held verdict t tract;, elewhcre.RepecUully..
was hurriedly rendering a : \V. B \rT ()S. ul criutentIcnt. I
profitable) and farming land more valuable.
of de.tli by a person unknown. A young
I .
"Washington, D. C., expects: 100,003 visitors : man ha 1 threatened to kill Col.'Page, Ceweyancer. G. D. ACKERLY, Gen. Pass. Agent j

I on the occasion of the Knihts of Templar I and w sen Allowing the dead man at Lakerurth Dade County, Florida. I
I : conclave, Oct. S.r the siuti n Ls n ght. Quite a crowd D. F. JACK, General :3laziagcr.I | S. H. RAY,

A ty-Larrai oil well has been struck at I Will furnMi Abstractof Title to Dade -- -
had gatli' ro.1 vpjtmg trouble antI inI I : I J.\ Letter from a I'romiiieiitottli 4

Sandy L'lte. Pa.. an entirely new field. I deetL the runior:: tit] some ono intended I County laud- ) Sloiisv.SAXFOHD. ; Owner.
r The prssid.*nt has referrel E. L. Harper's injuring Col. P ge v-u, so current in tho j I i I rtig :

cpplicarion for pardon to th:! attorney gen- j I town tuatvlieu tir.. >hot wo fired at JOXE.TKIX O=', Fi..\.. Aug; >:{. V.>. ---- -- --
eral, who will take up ths case in a few midnight '': : :'.\ni rke.T that .
: I &
many }pnr Jr.1.1. Jl. fiifitflfftH /V/M/J w/*. ( it.IEI : A. M. Hamilton Co.
.1 d3y.t trouble It is said ,
{ Col. PjJCT'1 wa' m Altorncj -at-I/l v.Titusville '
t A. Chicago is to be supplied with natural gas that a w.>aau: is at the bottom of the i ii : Sn:-in reply to your inquiry:*

; ; (rue the Indiana field, a distance: of 158inUes. tragedy. : Florida. to what1' think JOHNSON'S THILL :| TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA,
I i
Ev_.ry contract Is 1-jt for the completion i f : -- -- -- -.- --- --- ---- AND FEVER TONIC' we remind you |

3 of the work by November. A : uiro_-, Article. : J 1'. \-1)1' : that our first pun-base: a year :1:0'a; ? i[ \Vli..itrie itie- i I

1 : The Manitoba court has refused to re".ersathe 7abroLe-Tli.!: is: a very Cue ;.:ana I' toao*. our next order in the tall vas !,

_j former decision extraditing MartinI ATTOBNEY-AT-LAW, !; for a ;.:roBIr: third for two gro;=s ; our ,
clocl sir and I to 1 ciincct adVance i
:, aIl scrry say :
Burke, wanted in Chicago to answer the fourth for five (9)5;. and you 110havc } Indian River
oi the:Se*tctli J u- Oysters
all the Ccnrfc.
tenth of its \aluc. Will practice in
i 1 you a oder.'hie.l! i is for live I Igros
charge of the murder of Dr. Cronia.Charles dicial Circuit Gf Flcridu. ill hand our lil'th ,
and Citizen-Never mind. It will be no further I \Ve to handle it in ,
k Dilger Harry Smart were 1 i P O Boi: Z;;>. TITtWILLE. rL.I \ *. never expect

E.4ft banged at Louisville, Ky. Wednesday.Each us was guilty of a double curder. Free Press. I I --- -- I Ilot* this fall F ISl

OFFICE OF It excellent aiifaction and we
DENTAL I gives
tf ;
Crimes and Casultles.I i I
A ;;lIlet Dnux.Sae ;! do not think we have had a just COlll-
I Jim Kelly, a negro, was lynched at Paris, :; DR. L. T. DANIEL. although in accordance with your Green Turtle and Game.
t r k Ky., for criminally assaulting Mrs. Peter ; "was a wiasoma civn'try lass; plaint
.1 Crow. So WiUiatzi. on a hn--r vacatioc. I| COCOA, FLOEIDA, instructions we promptly refunded the I
:ore pleasantly: the tune 10 s. Titr.sville. II it reliable partythink* it has ,'. i-areful
An in yc Will be at the) frrand View Uot-l. money a All or,ler* will reciv- prompt :m
11-year-old toy Clayton:
t 1Pq:, county, Essayed nation; I i the First Monday m each Month. for one vreek or failed to cure. We have had a half dozen j trillion= whetiu-i u> tele, -apii.
Iowa, shot his father and killed his stepmother Ant as they strolled ia twilight: dim. !! more. Patronage-olicite ; complaint .
; I because his father him. i lli I -
punished --
.. I1 While near the time for parting drew. I to hUislactory. hundred bottle sold. Yours truly ---- -- -- ---
4 j- Five men were killed by an explosion of Asked if she'd like to have: from himA : SALE
; .\. E.: PHILLIPS & iRO. I
; dynamite near Wabash, Ind. billet doux. i TWT D. DODSOX, i
I : P. S.-We omitted to :state; that we'I laud Indian Hirer intk
dIgs A young journalist named Bruce, of Nebraska A tract of on
Of French this simple maid: knew caught I i have used the TONIC in our families
is suppose! to have lost his life DENTIST I county of Brevnrd. cniia:>tiiu of S
'twas nice
But. doubting net something : ; satisfaction in :Fever with
I the glaciers in Alaska. j I with perfect No. ."5. anti .south bit
among I Upon its meaning quickly% thought; I FLOP.lII and aero; it being, lot
a L I). Dimick, of Rock Island, lit, was discovered -I Then hi a trice Trrt'.ILL. or without Chill- and'as. a quick sure of the northeast quarter of Action 35.

t, in a disreputable house, and he was tpward she turned her pretty head. I Oiiicc! until further notice, at Indian remedy in )rca*les t for which it i is. notrecommended I ancllot&o.t: being the southwest quar'ter
Allow I-
1 shot through the body. Mrs. Dimick say Her rosy lips together drew I River CitHotel.. by the proprietor) of seititl B8ti
I northwest
!>he intended saoot one of the women. For purpose plain, and coyly said' I 1 : ofworkuusurpascd. S u* to inform you it i i.* invaluable.Your. of the quarter 1))
:- : both in town "Yes, Billy, do! .-. etc.. :
: A miner named Mark: King of BeaverCreek ----- ---- I I
Eavi And William P.IIO. Thi i is desirable pieced
: .\. E. PHILLIPS east. a very
colliery, near Hazleton, Pa., because didPhiladelphia. Press J.F.. LEWIS. : I hannnoefc. soil of rich 'qualit uitabH
his was not ready when he returned
supper -- -
home, knocked his wife down and kicked her I --- -- Arfvc- -- to- Mothers. .\. KI 4l2LRzHtt. : for the r.ii>ing, of all tr,-,i'ical fruit" I*

in the stomach. Toe woman: died a few I, !!rs.WrnF.LoW'.i ooorKisGSTuui'shonllahraj'S: ;: Civil! Err illeer and Surveyor, .Ii ituated at the Nam -. near Etioe.p t-
chil Irsn cutting teeth. It relieves I >i iu ) : itt;ltrt iirt'r.1SAVANX.lI i
minutes Utor. be used when rr. ofliiMWill :ell cheap fura>h. F.r
the UttL.stiLrerd once; itproCuccsnitural, i Titusville. Flat.
; .. Sunday, between Laurel and Seaford, quiet sleep,and the little cherub awakesas"brightas I i i ------- ciEoIrl\: : particular> addrr

Md, a cloud-burst flooded the country. a button." it is very pleasant to taste. It B. KURCHFIELD E: M iUJlrockton.\\ .

llailroads for twenty miles are under water soothes the chiLi,soite is the gums,allays all pain, i :R. -1- 893 ; ;'. )13..,
regulates! the bowe,and is the beet known reined y SeWID.YaebID.FRBH t'llt.
and corn fields surmerg.?i. whether ri. Irom teethiaj ur I ---------- -
for diarrhcea, II ing !| COUNTY SURVEYOR.i -----
t It is reported that the cattle: imported into other causes. Twenty-five cents a bottle.H1WDERCOR1S. ,I .4 and goods where the people CAD USA

At Oklahoma: from Kansas are fast dying. on -- mail will receive them.we will send free to one HAS
i as prompt
i by ''person in each localitytbe very
: .. account of the effect of the more southern calls in I best sewuig-machme made in tttJEEKKIJW
1 attention C
a> person. :
the world.with all the attachments. %
_. climate. The on''lre= (',tre for('oin.4. Slopsall PRJTI. Kn!',:r..'a 1 p k. We will also send free a complete : N 10
- e 3U.I-mi )tl:ef The Fire Itt cord. -------- I J In return we ask that you
CONSUMPTIVE -------;- ;; ; I I bow what we send to those who d1:1;: ::P
The saw mills of the Cincinnati Dry Dock ,i i kr. I LA RUE P. ELY, ,a may call at your home.and after 3 I
company was destroyed by fire Friday morn- .,;. uh. Dnn.pbitK AnhniA. Indgvti'nt LePAR'SCUICCR IL--- i months all shall become your own
: TOr, lC. J .1a.:: CJ "J Mt3Y
I Fpropeny. This grand machine u IT03
1 102; Loss about:: $60.000. !Iho'wc.'r.f ...;c-ll\lllt n flie Ut reii.f.l v lui alll1: .!1"IJ: I [made after the Singer patents,
The Noting Men's Christian association tromrtuv<> natnuuu. Tc.kt'ia tJu. f i<;_ w..l $:.Ci... I .*%O1Lti1'llhIiic'l', the Sffitr at Laryf.Justice ; which have run oat: before patents BAYSS S

__ __ ___ ______ I ----.... ran out it sold for 893,with the
__ ,
building in New York city was damaged -- of the Peace 17th Dist. la tachmenU. and now sells for
:>>O.Be.t..roa .'
most USA DIXON & GRAY. WholoaleNOYlCE.
to the extent of $ OOO fire I
i by Sunday PARKER'SHAIR : CONTRACTOR & BUILDER fRtE FRE8S ; in the w!>rld. All i*
It mpht.; i No capital required. 1'1am.brief I
I instructions Those who write to u at once cams.
I F Immense forest fires are reported raging | BALSAMCleanses of over 30 years' experience Natural cure tree the best sewing-machine in the world and the .
I and beautifies the hair. I' fluent line of works of hifh art ever shown together m America.T1LLC .
4 in the Rocky mountains. 11 Promotes a luxuriant growth.: finMi specialty. I .i (:0.. Box 74O. & Maine : All Mncorneil will now UU

i Forest fires are destroying one of the finest _Never Fails to Restore Gray Melbourne Florida. <; -------- notice persons that. six months niter date, I .iIl
Hair to its Youthful Color.
I l elts of timber in Idaho. The country is so I -
Prevents Dandruff and hair falling Hon. Minor S. Jone l'oWJ1J
I I6Oc. : present to
dry that tbo fires are spreading over a great __ and $1.OOat Druggists. NOTICE. Patterson Mineral Springs. Florida. nf
of Brcvard
"tfil Judge county,
1 extent of country. Governor Shoup has !,.\XH OFFICE. GAINESVILLE. FLA, \ t final vouchers as :administrator with the

t i asking telegraphed aid in the extinguishing secretary the of fire.the interior July Oth, 18S1)! / Buildings will annexed of Thomas New. late!i of

3* that the follow- and that
Notice is riven deceased
hereby: *a Brcvard
_1I. Field fires have been burning in the feot-
Zj I -naml'd settler has tiled notice of his :- for letin
hilLs! back of Santa Barbara Cl Twelve ill at the same time I will apply
t \
j intention to make final proof in support dismi from such administration.This .
_ dwellings, besides a number of barns and a ('Ita'c. Le".t / Fir.'St.a. Sp"/iYS sorv
i of hs nlaim. and that said proof will hei Iffl! )March 13.; ISSi
of have been ,
1 large quantity hay, destroyed. How Lost How Regained, in'fh: tSout/i.
_ t A number of horses and cattle aho perished. i I made before A. A. Stewart, Clerk Circuit WM. McCiL\CKEX.

The Iou will reach f50C). Forest fires in ; Court. at Titusville. Fla..on August Iu Full View! of fte Blue Ri! ejl0nlltail1) .IS-Cmo., Administrator. etc
of -
viz A. --
1SS9 Shleppy -
I 30th. : ----
; the neighborhood of Chico, Cal, have dektioyed I i ;
i Fla.I II. E. No. 10471. for I !
an immense amount of vahiable ; I I Fort Pierce. : ;, ft IIESOLl.fTIOSPfl
timber. I I! theV.. h of S. W. \ :Sec. 10. 'l'l p. : .). S. I...

.. Tbe forest fires in Colorado now covers i I I 10 E. I I Four Mile south of Shelby] >. C.. on l j the Town Council at 11 J/ lf

lie names the following witnesses to Charleston, Cincinnati & Chicago llail-!
ten squire mile. They were started by i held June 1J: ISStt
residence and road. Patterson tationonf-half mile! of
his continuous
?I>ortsmen in No Name canon. prove upon
- I .: KNOWTHYSELE I I cultivation of said land, viz : .John Rich- Springs. Ilesolvcd. that the Town Clerk not1yi

4 Foreign. ard. J. S. Bell. B. F. Darling. James TO TilE .\FFLIfE1.l'hysiciatms : all parties owning vacant lots in S3PI
The municipal council of Rome has decided I and Inllivcr .
1 Olmstead. all of Fort Pierce Fla. i town between DeSoto street
: : will tell that the
A Scientific and Standard Popular Medical Treatise : you Ingredients t
1'r :, to form a Pasteur institute. and scrw>>
on the Errors of YonthPremature Decline,Nervous :! Any person who desires to protest contained in tnoe Waters are in their to cut down all brush
.4 4; Prince Nicholas of Greece, and his daugh- I' and Physical Debility, Imparities of the Blood. against the allowance of such proof, or efi Aperient, Diuretic: Tonic and Alterative I :and clean up said lots within the **&

4 I ter Princess Militza, have started for St. I who knows of any substantial reason making Nature's: Iteine ly for 30 days to protect the town from oiger -
Petersburg. The wedding of the Princess to of V**
under the law andVcgulations of the of lire. Upon the failure any
-i the Grand Duke Constantine of Russia will Indigestion; iK'spepsi.j, ixea-e of the IS
1 lot
Department, why such proof shall Bladder son so notified to clean UI their
I I Kidneys, Liver, and all cases of
't' 41 to private on account of the illness of the CouncIl5haU
: I I ,. not be allowed. will be given an oppor- Debility and Weak Consiitutions which the time specified the WJ
,1i grandduke. tunity at the above-mentioned time and the same done and the charges and CT
a: : J Dr. Peters, who is now ou his way to join I the witnesses of need a Stimulant, and in KIuMimatir and std k
cross-examine lien
place to thereof shall be a against
.. Emm Pasha in east Africa writes that he Resulting from Folly, Vice,Ignorance,Excesses or Scrofulous AHeetion*.
Overtaxation, Enervating and unfitting the victim said claimant and to otter evidence in to he enforced by the town in like IU'Pie
_ 1 2.. expects to come up with Emla about the end for Work, Business, the Married or Social Relation. I rebuttal of that submitted by claimant. I TO THE I'IBLIC..e !. with mechanic's lien.
l of October or the beginning of November. Avoid unskillful pretenders. Possess this great 'V are so .situated-owing to the Springs ut
13.; S. C. TUCKER, "Register. Attest: .1. P. BLAKE. Town
A telegram from Presburg in Hungary work. It contains 300 fall pages, royal Price Svo. Beautiful __ with Farm attached!, from which we dour -
embossed $1.00
binding, gilt. only by
: : anncounccs the death at Lanschutz, near' mail,postpaid concealed in plain wrapper. Illustrative -i NOTICE. suppliescluin;; a great part of the necessary .

: there, of Count Anton Eiztertazy, the I Prospectus: Free, if you apply now. The I LAM> OFFICE. GAI JoSYLJ.E. FLA., \ I work during the sea m the Springsare NOTICE.
: famous lion hunter, at tlw of G9. distinguished author,Win. II. Parker, M. D., receive ; I
: age favor
Patrons with
July CthlSS9.B! open, we can our GAiJSE3viLi.ic.TUil
i Sir Julian Pauneefote, the British minis- I from the National Medical Association for Notice is hereby given that the following- the liot Mineral Water, the Most Wholesome June 28th. J

1 'L ter to the United States, his arrived in Lour I this PRIZE ESSAY on NERVOUS and named settler has t filed notice of 1m inten- Food and Fi .tCJas'CCJlUmucla- Notice_ i is that thefolw 18SJ *'
don from Washington, and was entbusiastically : PHYSICAL DEBILITY.Dr.Parkerand corps hereby given
i welcomed. of Assistant Physicians may be consulted, confidentially tion to make final proof in support of his tions at the following extremely Low Prices: i n -named settler has filed notice oC Ja&

; ;' : by mail or in person, at the office of claim, and thafesaid proof will be made before TKR D.vr. intention to make final proof in sVPP
When One Per" occnpifs ro onj, 1 50
Sporting Sparks. No. 4 Bolflnch St.,Dooion,Mass.,to whom all A. A. Stewart, Clerk Circuit Court, at '. Two Persons occupy room, 1 25 of his claIm. and that sai The irrepressible John T. Norris has at lastsecured I orders for books or letters for advice should be Titusville, Fla., on August 24th, ISS'J viz: I-FK VTEEK. ; made before A. .\. Stewart. Clerk 0("'"

an iron-clad requisition from Gov- directed as above. Minor S. Jones, of Titusville, Fla., H. E. When One Person occupies room, J5 60Two Fla.-. on AI-
_ g ; __ _ __ ____ .. or i Circuit Court at Titusville.gust
more room
> occupy 7 00
ernment Lowry for the arrest of Kilraxn.How's !t No. I'lol for the lots 2, 3 and 4 of N. E. \ i iI PER MONTH-
this Jake Kilrain-the model pugilist I and N. E. J of S. E. .1 of Sec. 30, Tp. 34, S. When One Person occupies room f 23: oo ,I Courtney. Urevaril county I-I:1J1...
-drunk f It seems Jake and his late bottle 40 E. Two or more occupy room. 25 00 Xl"
lIt No. 13.S43. for the Sec. 22 Tp.
; holder, Johnny Murphy, got beautiful I He names the following witnesses to Children 8 to 12 3"f'ars'vI:}. half price!; C yean I E..WofN.E.jaidW.4OfS.lie E-l-
utt's Pills old. one fourth 11 rice. Servants, special rate in accordance
1 q jags on them at Haiti Thursday. Jake his continuous residence and witnesses ,
I prove upon to service rendered iu curing for room of names the following
I was put to bed, but J.i v fell In to the cultivation of said land, viz : J. Q. Hug. family or person they are with. his continuous residence upon**"
hands of the police. Where there are a family cf five or more, or
1 : I t ginTitun.ille, :Fla.; D. Hay, Georgi- party of friends from the fame town' or section, cultivation of, said land viz

Personal. FOR TORPID LIVER. I ana, Fla.; A. A. Hendry, St. Lucie, Fla.; who will occnpy one large room, a reduction of ten R. J. LaRochc. 31. S. SaWS, AleTInc.

._ L Bishop Walsh, of London, 0._ has been \ T. L. Paine, St. Lucie, Fla. per cent will be made. :\ Frank LaKoche Courtner.!

.. elected archbishop of Toronto. A torpid liver deranges the,,bole system '; Any person who desires to protest against I CAKE OF STOCK.-Horses, per day, fifty cent; Any person who desires to p
I per week, three dollars; per month, ten dollars. (I
.. i President Harrison will leave Deer ..ark and produces I the allowance of such proof or who knows AMUSEMENTS AND BECREATION.Bowling against the allowance of such proot

: .for Bar Harbor, Aug. 6, and return about Sick Headache t! of any substantial reason, under the law Alley, Lawn Tennis Croquet FootBalland : who knows of any substantial rd- '

Aug. 15. I' I I and the regulations of the Interior Depart In-door Games of all kind under the law and regulations 0fth1"tenor t

I Hon. E. H. Rollins ex-United States senator Dyspepsia Costiveness Rheumatism ment, why such proof should not be al- TEAM: One Horse and Bnggr. When two will Department, DVb)'" SUCh ptOO
contract to use it & one or more
_ c who is ill at the Isle of Shoals, has had I 1 lowed, will be given an opportunity the day fifteen cents pet hour for each person. should not be allowed, will be giTe Le

another relapse. He is unconscious and failing Sallow Skin and Piles. above-mentioned timt and place to cross- Address: opportunity at theabove-menuoneu:!::

I perceptibly._ There la no better remedy for these I examine the witnesses said claimant, and W. G. PATTERSON and place to cross-examine the wItfl
common diseases than Tutt'a Liver I'to offer evidence in rebuttal of that submitted of said claimant and to offer edtJe

t.t ,:. : Fatal Family QuarreL I Pills, as a trial will prove. I'rice,2c. bv claimant. SHELBY P.O., OR SWAXG P. O., rebuttal of that submitted by clst -

MEXFHIS, Aug.- 2. At Ramsey'sperry Sold Everywhere I 13. S. C. TUCKER, Register. Cleveland County, N. C. 10-2m 11. S. C. TUCKER, Rrtsttt.

I- _______ pn the White river. forty xaufes t ,







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= .

I invite the Trade to consider my THE MUSIC HOUSE OF FLORIDA. I AGENTS A'iTED. Uo:!> J2.T3.,

denring Large and to Purcha.eShoes Very Complete Stock when S. H. RAY A. B. CAMPBELLJacksonville 1 E SEASKV

orMarreU of the Cnirer-e, a graphic description 't
the wonderful thirds in Nature;thrilling adrenturtd
on Land and Sv renowned dl-JCOTeriea of Treat t\
. Fla. i plorers. Published In English and German. j>/2 pates
J* illustrations. A GREAT BOOK TO SELL. !Ha -
tr ted eirenlars and extra terms to agent FRET
GROCERIES Successor to J. C. Norwood and Co., FOBSUHB A ncJlAKLV. CineinnaU. O.

Knabe Piano. Weber PianoHaines

Bro! .' Piano*, Morris Piano, Wilcox & PERFECT'COFFEE

TITUSV1LLE, FLA. White Orsran> and Chicago Cottage '' MAKER.
A new inTention for making
? /
I Coffee and Tea better than mjr
DRY GOODS I I will cell and Deliver'at your nearest thnoe now in use I Bares!V ot the,
Coffee and can be used with an
i station High (Jrade Cotfee or Tea Pot. Sample will be
tent by mail for twenty tents in
stamp .trenta Wanted to
send for full particulars of this
and other fast selling articles.
PIANOSORGANS I Forsheei McMakin,Cincl:1n1Uo.
------ --
5 .Solid Cold W tch
Can't! .
Merchandise E BcA.i bv'i td "..1.strAID t/N.anwl toe woriuin. iatti i >.FRrnr1 I I:
1'etin' c.murc".r N uuatni -
tiers. -41.1 tJl Il01
Hllutll1f Cave. So 1:1 i I..:,.
Hats ad6eaN'ner.Nniw j ..
-J. .! cue: ef cqoxl *>.1.
\''' .
STORE. "IJ Une l r 0ll ID f rS N-
I II I. 1 .
/ I'r" asst. a..eenrr one fte .
0 .
..V It' .arrwith0ur lanrr uj T Ir
i OCt '3.4. mplc.line".of TIc"f'Hose+aut+fhul..ll'_. ue
.11 r9 tee wa2h. wi- rood
Clothing Free,sad.!tt yi u Care tern
them in vonr '-"m" f'r 2 B mlS .nl shown then u tht.e
who may h*.!mli'd.lie?orcinta your own pnpenv. 1""J
:.0H Li-: S :\w;:.:: than and otLcr house in the who,. write st once. 'an oa ura. sf: .receiving., : tfcn..\\:ete'lan
We fr isrt. A-
Sample psy &.i xpr* r
to Tnitc-il Stab. I Uillj'ti.j. a.1'1=-UO or'frga to .
l' upo'e kc-ep .. : t'o. n..1t *I:! l'ortlaud.Maiac.
TRUNKS VALISES any honest. i;'i. .r'l.uan., ou trial, and it Lot -------
sai!.iactorj I ill nay treicht both ways. ;25
cash and ;U .i r outhona Ilai.o, and ?1'J ca&haud
A First-Class Stock' $.> a ri'oiith .. i an Organ till janitor-not much
more tLau n'.uury r r.t. un these very liberal
term ::ta}"mug C'I" >wii a instrument. Send for
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS FILE O.VT.VLOf f I'E containing: full information.
* -(JFGROCERIES- *, und in t'.('1. every Musical Instrument
i i that i* IWhh'nl,:it gory lo w iri"'Il. Send for com-
JKNTS; STRAW HATS NEAT AND PROMPT. l>l"te 1'ar,iln'iu>->, I flare :Ai:! ,PMie'e< of Choice:
'.!UfK- .t n-utO'I'4'1'
AT YOUR OWN TRICE.I A. B. c mpbell. .TaleL-H1\"il1, Fla. ;)1 ------ -


I Can '"Beat the Jews" on Low -FOR-- PIAr os

Priced Pants, to Close out.LADIES' ; SCOTT'S; I

JOB DRY GOODS ; ORGAf .rt S","-!
IEIULSION f I ,' .r'"Al\

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-5UCIJ ALETT :*- Hens" Lailies A;: Chi1tlrcus' ANNb ":
Almost as Palatable as Milk. ,

DRESSGOODS So disguised that it can be taktlllt CLEARANCE SHU: :: .
digested and assimilated by the most
STIQBJS.CLOTHING: : sensitive stomach when the plain oil '
June I
to Aug. J'J :
cannot be tolerated; and by the combination ? .:,;
of the oil with the hypophoa*
phltes is much more efficacious. .
iil-II fr:_'DTEIIE.'D'. .11"1J -
Remarkable as a flesh prodncert $2 5 0 t.e4

Persons gala rapidly while taking It.
t Wortli of rianix r,x.." ,
MILLINERY :\() *. SCOTT'S EMULSION is acknowledged front best makers to *:. 0'.- ,

:B.A..TS, : Physicians to be the Finest and Best preparation out regardless o/cost tr--- .* .
in the world for the relief and cure of Stock too large. l.ts; .':,. -<;
GI f I.-IIE.\DS" .. .
IntocashorLnstillmt ::"' ;t.;.

GENERAL DEBILITY, WASTING Some entirely NK1V I?."' ::=:.:

I COLDS and CMRONIC COUGHS. Some,Nearly New-r.i.j.i :o.w I
STATE.11EXTS, The great remedy for Consumpticm, and months only. ,
pasting in Children Sold by aU Druggists !Some.ned a year nr..o,- ;" '':a.
used two to throe yvrr.
Ladies'Priut Ullderviear1LADIES' \ GIRGULtRS Some,ftDeSeeood .
-: :
-- :.1
If any dealer says he has the W.L.Dongla. In .,
exchange and u! -
Shoes without name and price stamped os ::
Gent's FIR'ulshiitg Goods the bottom put hint down as a fraud. our repair factory. it .?n i Land : :
-Ue-NtrulIl. Uestored : r.; Ir f
*, >cts., FOLDERS, Action, end inalr ss.3..;. :er\\
years of service.IJ.tIWAINS. |
Lawns. let*., ALSOCROCKERY
EVERY t*:E. j
Ginghams! lets., i

Standard Cotton Check, 7cK IXVITATIOXJS. GLASS\YARE t at EASY TERMS: }f I

Pins, 5ct'., Your OWN TEIC.Ma.i......:. i
Very light Monthly Parror : :--.1
Needle, 5ct. ., PROGRAHJIES. S III all Couth Payment
anee when you gst renj I'i i
Jean*, 20cK! HARDWARE'AND -A Y s

pool Cotton, :!ct.s., sora E.\JIERS. ;=' 4litA I CASH BUYS CHEkF i iI

Brown Cottons,Octs; ?., Give you all the time v .. '-.j
I but SPOT CASH Trill Mire H"t !
Indies' Lace Mitts lucts. and :! cts.
DODGER money. THY LS ON. V e "t.0.I .
I-idies' Kid Gloves Tocte. to $1.00; reduced I meet you every 11m::. 1 t

from $1.00 and 81.25. Indies' Ship Chandlery Goods. I

Spring and Summer Hats Very Low to PlAN OSI

('log' Out, nIT XESS CARDS $50, $75, $100, $J I5JORGANS!


1 with "e\'erall'arlolll ofFERTILIZERS
am prepared :
VISITIXItIS't These will be the main features of my GENTLEMEN. I $24, $35 f 550, Sw r i;
usincbut orders sent me forynythinc -
Itest in the \vorld. Examine hisR3.oo
; kept in any store in Titu : CSKNUINK IIANU-SKWKD SHOE. I '
villewill be promptly fillet! 8.-I.SO POLICK ANI I"A IUI EUS' SHOE.

8' .OO and *t.?.-> nU\'s' SCHOOL SHOESAll
the in tin! line. made in Congress; Button and Lace. SUMI\1ER i
Toupply want* SEND YOUR ORDERSTO 1889.I ,

Kainit, Will buy Fruits, Eggs, CMcke'iis, W. L. DOUGLAS I -

I'ota-h, 83 SHOE LAbO.RES.Belt I jMJDDENSBATESS.ffl.K.! I l1r
Or any Country Produce my cat:,tomers Material. Best Style. Best Fitting. I L SAVANNAH, QA.
round Bone, friends brir.jto It tot sold by your dialer write
Ash Element market.I .
Examine. L Pougl. '.' $2 Shoes: for
Acid Phosphates, STAR Gc-ntlemf!

Cotton Seed Meal, I !'UH.LE BY i
Seed Hill Ashc
Cotton ask for a share of the public patronage

J Fish! and Potash l JOB raiXTING OFFICE, and come as a supplicant, not a C. J. HECTOR,

,j i Tree die tator asking for your favor?. 1.----
Bradlcy's Orange Ucboiirm-. FI 1. a 'lI
If courteous treatment,good
..\ Fertilizers. .
Vegetable --- ---- -
goods aud low figure is

Will! meet Jacksonville quotations with the candidate for
freight added, in same quantity lots. public favor,
then I'melected.. Pianos & OrgansI


Prices Reduced on nearly all Agent (for C'hattanooira; Plow Co.Chilled .} !

Plows aril SugarCane
r Lines in Stock.
)IiII I you want to purchase a
When I say Crsa T do not mesa merely to
Piano or Organ, write to the un- stop them fur a time,aia then have them return .
1 have made t=e dacsze ct
dersigned or give him a call.
1 h:1to') many Goods to enumerate
prices on all that are reduced. Can sell you any of the instruments -

COME AND SEE. of the best and leading A llfe-longr study. VTARRAST my remedy to
) t CURE the worst cases. Because others hare
'" t \ I makers failed Is for not
at prices that defy reason now receiving cure
Send at once for a treatise and a FREE BOTTLE
I will be undersold.
not competition. of my INFALLIBLE KEMEDT. Give Express
1 ; t- and Post orrice. It costs you nothing for :a:
trial, and it will cere you. Address
I am Prepared with CHEAP H.C.ROOT,M.C., IS3PWLST..Hr.Ya

GOODS. anti with Better Hoods it -:

to Supply, You. -. ," l n Pianos ana Organs soli en lie Mall-
Xotlce.AH .
I : I
'< .L es It Bent 1 Plan when teM. Discount l concernetl will take notice that (six

t months after date I will present njy llnul -

1 to (Mes on Organs account Honorable! 3linorS.Jores,County -
: tY I Judge of Urevard connty, Florida, and
Very Respectfully, .' pray for an onler di>nii-sin me from the
All correspondence will receive
promrt execution of the last will and testament of

G EO. B. RUMPH, attention.E. Phineas D. Wesson, late of said county,

.s,. B. WAGER, deceased. '
s. R.aV. TltusvlIIc Florida. 50-Cmo. 4dminitratrix.j4 .
._ 0 ...._...__ ,


WEDNESDAY AUG. 7, 1859.r .
( !.I

LOC_,I.. L.ACOXICS. to Pressure hold over the upon publication our space of compels the report. us I I: 'Xciv Smyrna Baseball Excursion Contest.The and 1 r II I Clothing Clothing Clothing !1At 1

-lr. Jacob Suramerlin, of Oak Hill of the County Commissioners' meeting Titusville Baseball Club visited I

was in town Monday.Mr. until next week.Captain New Smyrna last Friday to play the t

Johnnie Waller, of Courtney, friendly which had been arranged I
Simonson, having "9 :;;;
week.Miss between the two clubs. '* :B 2 r.
is in town this from his trip north, proposes to fix up I by correspondence eCLOTHING
Katie Paddison is on a visit to immediately before commencing On the arrival of the steamer
-- his boat ways Sams'
1k this week. with the Titusville party at Capt.
friends down the river work on his new schooner yacht.A
1 wharf. it was soon noticed that quite a
Moonlight rowing and sailing colored baptism will take place on I of from DeLand and MORE CHEAPER ,
number players ,
s 1
been the order of the evening lately.Dr. the river bark, near the Delespine i and inquirydeveloped
and vicinity were present
Do son left here, Friday for a Grant,Sunday afternoon at three o'clock. I the fact that the four most BETTER CLOTHING :;:
Person etc. will be made members of AND
r few days' trip to Emporia. The candidates important positions of the supposed New

-For dwarf Cavendish banana plants the Bethlehem Baptist church (colored). Smyrna Nine were filled by the bestplayers I

p address Ir.r.. A. B\Ugh, Melbourne, -J. S. Watson & Co. will have on from Dt Land and Lake Helen. t Than other house on Indian River 1'tt.t rtrcoived at the Ba ire bet

a 4. of seeds soon, club had i any
full line garden
Fla. a This was something that our extensive STOCK OF DRY GOODS

Capt. W. G. Lee left on yesterday: ready for the fall planting. You need not agreed to; that is. to play against a in addition to our already ,

t morning's train for a ten days' trip toGeoria. not send off for them, for we can sell professional selection ; but rather than Etc. Ete. f

N .:... them to you at the same prices here that ,appoint those who had come to witness I NOTIONS, pn

) I Commissioners and the you pay north. the game. they finally agreed toplay I CHEAPER THAN EVER 1 EFORE.T'ttrnor I
-Thc County I
School Board both met Monday and -The ladies the Presbyterian church as the New Smyrna boys stated that -

Tuesday! of this week.Copies will hold their next social in the churchon they would not play at all unless the coo pI,

of the STAR may be obtained Thursday evening of next week. Refreshments DeLand four were permitted to take part II --
-- --
will be served. The proceedswill in the --- ----- ---------- --- -- ds-
this office or at Dixon & Gray's game. WALTER S. iR.-\U.\lI
either at
he applied towards purchasing blinds At about a quartrr-pa-t'three the game I C i i Atty.atLaw.tty.atLau.: the

r drug store at ;oc. per copy.Mr. and communion set for the church. 1 was called. with Mr. S. Jordan, of De- Atty.-at-Law. SAM of
ZJ ,
H. C. Starcke. of Malabar, was club went "B.OSBJNS: c G
R Titusville :
i the O. K. -Miss} Daisy Peck, of Cocoa, visited Land. a- umpire.
hiboat, ,

ir' t in which town} he Monday now has with catrijrsed.jfonfij her,friend last Friday at this, returning place, Mrs! home Ely Saturday Spencer --I :to*hort the order.bat and S. three Skinner of them made got fin-t out:' on in I LAW LOANS AND REAL ESTATE i

Monty Mmey to i morning. Miss Daisy's: friends will an error of McCarthy's. but wa-:' putout i Members, of Brevard Abstract of Title Co., 1 hs

a to loan on real c-tate.: Apply to Robbins expect a longer stay next time she visits I right there by the warynes-s of Pel- j,I I-. O. Box. 250, 1

I & Graham, Titusville, Fla. Titusville unless her trip should be amore I ton. New Smyrna scored three runs the : CO.

Ies.'Sr=. rj. D. Geiger and C. O. direct one to points farther north. first inning. The second and third innings TITUSVILLE, BREVARD. 11
Titu-ville -*
Blylh, of Indianola, were registered at -Quite a large and jolly party were i were goo e erg: for the kindof Real Estate and are sole Agents for a large !list of I
Hotel last Thursday. New made one run \\\.' Buy and Sell all
the Indian River Nine, while Smyrna 1 H:
i,; ; out for a moonlight; sail, Monday: night. Properties in all parts of Brevard County.
the rarefullyelected
in value ui Pro- ,
1. is and two location and any
of A 1 quality in the econd inning to character,
: Oyster :5belllime in the yacht Naiade. Mr. E. B. Wager RELIABLE Information furnished a*
: f J. S. Watson of El third. The fourth innings scored one Indian River.
offered for sale by being in command. Instrumental music l'[ erty un Real Estate binine** are unequalled, pa
1 j; Titusville made by Titus, and Our facilities for the transaction of a general
Dora. Price furnished on application.The indulged in. and run for erfeetatlsfact'u'ii to intending I'nrehaM-is who l'.
and singing was largely The fifth ami every etlbrt will be made to give l .
Bon Ton, Capt. Will Moore, was the party returned about 12 o'clock, all two run for New Suyrna. for may favor Us with their patronage. 15
and Tuesday loading at having spent and sixth innings were goose eggs; No Properties li-ted unW the Title i; Perfect. binlio of loss O
in town Monday appearing well! pleased resulted Colonies and Syndicatesdtirint: large
/ides. 't'ileeventli inning attention given to
meal forT : .Special
.'' ;: with freight and so pleasant an evening.Mrs. inone run for Tituwileaul: fourfor New priced land. Trite for Descriptive Pamphlet.

Lake Worth. narrowly escaped ___ __ -------- -------- so;
H. Q. Hawley inning, the last ------------
and the eighth
( Secretary.
rt -The LaGrange Baseball Club will try serious injury Monday afternoon, by her Smyrna ; run for Titus\'ill GEORGE M.: BOBBINS. President. WALTER S. f I

the Titusville Nine on the afire from a cook stove. one played, wa one nintl'trac't of Ti't1c Co., It
to "wipe up" clothing catching and four for New Smyrna. The ; BreV"arc1.
ground* in front of the Grand View on As it was her hands were badly burned Incorporated A. D. 1889.CAPITAL .
not played.
4 inning was
Friday afternoon.The and but for the presence of Mrs.: G. Thefollowing gives the nameof the STOCK, $;),000 : FULLY lID : AOX-ASSKSSABLE. 11

i returned from Nolle who was assisting her in some Numt: and 5(1(. fur each ad-
e.1Joatccub for
3.00 Opening
: player, their po-ition-*, etc. : Charges for Abstracts as follows: $
r' _', her trip down the river the latter part work, all her clothing would probablyhave NEW SMYRNA. Iditional Transfer. For continuing! an Abstract the charges are the same, ds

i; of List week, and report an excellent caught afire. PlaJu. PQ Sitiof. Rrui Oltt Left for the first additional and 50c. for each -uccteding transfer. !b

done down there. desiring information in Kurtz, catcher, 2 3 1 Taxes Paid bur Son-Residents. m.
-Any person: pitcher, 1 3 1 non-resident land owner of the worry tad b\
the hotel Indian River-its climate, Coon, ggS* For a Small Fee we will relieve
informed that large to 0 I ;
regard :! lossbjTaiSale.
t -.c are Pelton, first b be. a incitlent to the Paviuent of Taxes, and Inure them against ]1
at Oak Hill will be old shortly under health and resources-can obtain same Gilmore, !-ecotid base, 1 3 1 annovance" 12
i UE
foreclosure of mortgage; as soon as, by sending a two cent stamp for postage i Mason, third base1 1 0 1) Box 250, Titusville. Fla. m

taken. Point Fla., and re- ] :McCarthy, short stop, 1 3
e ---
1 the necessary legal steps have been to A. L. Hatch, City -1 1 --------------'-"- ---
1 -
; field --
i -Mrl: J. W. Huntington will, until ceive by mail a copy of pamphlet on Fox Lowd, center right; field, 2 2 1 MALABAR CIGAll } FACTOR '' C. J". SECTOR: : 1 JO

serviceat Brevard county, published the countycommissioners left field. 1 a 1
further notice, read the morning : McCormick, Stiirck, Proprietor.Manufacturer .
i II.
Church, Sundays of this county. Hardware and
St. Gabriel' Episcopal 16 24 t G) of line Havana and I h- : 11

Mr. Keger: being unable to attend _\lye e are informed by D. L. Gaulden. T1TUSVILLK. mestic Cigar Trade supplied with tine

It. twit.. Esq., attorney for Mr.: J. M. Lee, that i Skinner. catcher, 0 3 1. hand madegood Orders, promptly tilled j i I Produce

-J. A. Dur, of Crescent City, the Judge Broome has given a decree in the pitcher, 1 ,3Carlisle. r.Titu5 "0 Factory at Malabar, Fla. 2.; >? General i

r well-sinker of the State of Florida Wilkinson-Lee mortgage suit. This suit, short top, 1 2 1 1 Iet1
: 0
pioneer base
first ,
I c ,U now operating Lake Worth, Fla., involving the famous Hotel IndianRiver Curtiss Black second base, 0 3 1 X..1l.: ) I.i: N'S MERCHANT.

? where all communications may l.e ad- property, has been in litigation for Atkinson, third base, 0 3: 1 SUBSCRIPTION AGENCY b.

I .,- dre.s-ed and information received. many months, and it is probable that it Haney, right field, 0 ;{ 0 NEWSPAPER Melbourne. Florida_ d
'I :' (lNorwood __
\ will now be settled in a short time. Sanders, center field, 0 3 THE PIOXEEK. .\.(;E CY. --- .
Bradytarted Friday 1 1 LRIVF.I
-Mr. Louie: right field, 1 INDIAN
i be absent -In the rush of going to press last address HAVING BOUGHT THE
morning forTryon City,N. C.,to For term and sample copies r
1, mention another addition 3 24 5
week omitted to Ii
re- we BAKERYWe
few week Mr. J&Iackintyre :
a ,
he the census of Titusville, Mrs.C. the New club took first CHAS.ILNAUMAN C
turned Wednesday from Tryon, where to Six: of myrna will Keep on Hand Every Day

has been on a six week vacation. P. Eacott having been delivered of a base on balls and Fox in the third inning Titusville P. O., Brevard county, Fla. \
the 27th ult. We ball. Atkinson, of CAKES PIES p
Iu who bouncing baby girl on took first on a dead FRESH BREAD ,
4 Mr. R. F. Hall, of Georgiana, I ,
DeLand learn that both mother and child are doing i the Titusvilles, was the only one to take FROSCHER 1 '
to A. ,
Ili trip
has been on a pleasure ETC. ALSO
Friday. He left here, for his well, and that friend Eacott is quite base on balls. Titusvilles made a fine Florida I

'y returned his trim happy at being the possessor of two nice double play in the sixth inning by picking TitasvUle GiD e U 1
home at the above place, on : and wooden Bottlers of Sodawater
Y. morning.If little girl a ball batted by Gilmore and putting Keeps f ull supply: of metallic 1

44, .' 1 little yacht Echo need, first-class Saturday shrubbery or -Captain _\\ B. \\.atson has gone out Coon and Pelton at first and secondbases. Coffins Cases and Caskets. Ale and other Drinks.ALL .

:; you north to order the two new steamboats Norwood, of the ,

:j;. trees of any kind call on or address. P. for the coming winter season. One will made the best: drive to left field, and Funerals attended if desired All orders ORDERS RECEIVE PB03HT
Titusville, Florida agent fort and at reasonable .
;;, Turner, be patterned after the St. Lucie, with an Fox. of New Smyrna, made a home run promptly executed,

,p the old, reliable Bid dwell Orlando Nur- additional length of about ten feet. The by a'ball batted in a lot of brush in the rates. Embalming done. ATTENTION. ;
warranted true to
rk r- :-erie All trees other will be about 110 feet long, and last innin;. S. A. .BELCHER & COJlP.t
nam '. I will be built especially as a day boat to The members of the Titusville club Mat VillageYants a Store ? PROPRIETORS, t

I -Mrs. 1). A. Lorimier and daughter, run between Titusville and Daytona. say they are not pleased at the treatment ;
r Miss: Laura: of Jacksonville, have been They will be constructed as speedily as and advantage taken by the Smyrnanine A Man, with experience, will start TITUSVILLE y

; ones Visit at Titusville for a few days the and that they are willing to engage State inducements.P. l
that Mr. Lorimier possible. them another if they will visit one. ,
i week. It is i hoped game
a } I past Ti- -Miss Stella Hale,of Jacksonville accompanied Titusville to play it. M. Matanzas. Fla.
.. his family permanently to ,
1, will bring. by two younger sisters arrived I. The dance in the evening was held in : 16-lmo. INDIAN RIVER HOTEL :
tusvilleMr.: :.\ms' wharf, I
here on Friday last. They are on a visitto the large! packing house on

F. I). Sackett:; has! ju-t had twoluge their father. One of the )younger and the number en iticuque was not very .:\.. L. Hatch & Son, t
fixed at the Indian River I large. The weather was too oppressivefor
1 lamps since her last
I of this family,
considerationthe PIa.:0
I into DKALERSIN Titusville
the east and the other on dancing, not taking : .
Hotel-one on visit here, has had a serious attack of extra warmth of wearing a mask, so

i the west side. These are a very useful illness in Jacksonville, and we are pleased a few sets sufficed for the masks for they DRY GOODS MM f I

t addition to the building! especially: on to learn that she has returned to Indian were then removed and dancing continued :-

dark nights. and remain for until nearly morn.
River to recuperate oulll
-Mr. S. II. Ray has purchased the The steamer White started for Titus- Hardware, Crockery"Saddlery, OPEN ALL THE YEAR

h Fiost Line from Mr. J. ,Yo Rogers, and some time. ville Saturday morning about S o'clock, Stationery, Family Medi-
-The new bathing pool and bathrooms waving many adieus to New Smyrnaand cines Garden Seeds, -:0Capacitr :- -
this freight ,
will continue to run great in connection with the Grand the visitors from the interior of the .

L carrier in the interest of the people of last Thurs- county, arriving home about 4 o'clockp. CHOICE GROCERIES, 200 Guests-
: View Hotel were completed
of accident happened to
Indian River for the transportation m. Only one
lumber and freight. and have been quite liberally patronizedby mar the joy of the occasion, and that was Hay, Corn Mapes Fertilizers.
of citizen There are the of Mr. Whittam from the
our falling
Friday many FLORIDA.
-Mrs. Dale left for Jacksonville ad- CITY POINT,
special hours appointed for the ladies in second story veranda of the laundry F. B. SACKETT,
i last, fromThich place she starts joining the Ocean House, Saturday

for the north, and will inhale the cool the morning, the afternoon and evening morning, while attempting to push openan Proprietor.This
4- mountains being reserved for men. The pool is obstinate door with his back against J. PKITCIIAUD, President.
the New Hampshire
,;,t,: breezes when she to re- about 12x14: feet square, with a depth of railing which gave way precipitatinghim \V. 31. BROWN,Cashier. Newly-Built House, just recentl!
4 until October, expects tM Mr"
4 little over three feet. Bath tickets can to the ground. We have not heard Opened, is now ready to receive
turn to Titusville. She will also visitCincinnati. a the seriousness of his injuries. BANK. of all thoj-e traveling to spa BO*
ft'. i. be obtained from the proprietor, Mr. J. & INDIAN[ RIVER tronage Indian River. ,.1
x 'j I :The Cleo, used as a dispatch boat by P. Miller, at any time. I With many a frown they swear and start: It is delightfully located within &"

': ,t f the Indian River Steamboat Company, -The entertainment given at Wager's But And competition MJ they're cannot come stand to stay, Titusville!! Florida.A 100 feet of the river. and Atlantic always TCits"" --
Thursduby "Shorty" and In Turner&Gardner' way. full benefit of the cool "
)Melbourne Sunday Hall, TRAN-
made a flying trip to I They cut the prices iu aid out GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS breezes.

r t I returning Monday morning. She his colored comrades, proved a financial Competition The Bazar comes falters and never goes; SACTED. The Patronage of the People of tI

ri carried down Mr. Chinas to connect help to the success of the brass band, the I i But it g es on forever- rer, etc. Exchange bought and soMe Special and river is specially solicited.
r amounting to about $30 On .. attention given to collections. Loans
for Jupiter, proceeds prompt 1p'
with the steamer Georgiana, ALL
for Savings WITH
first mortgage TABLE SERVED
cheeksfor negotiated
I taken from \ Would exchange pale
I on Monday.Notwithstanding. Monday the instruments were you your Banks,Corporations Individuals. Inter IAnKETFFOnDS..
i Sanders ones? est allowed on time deposits. :\
office Mr. J. T. rosy
the hot weather on the express ha\-I Johnson's Tonic vitalizes the blood,en- Advances made upon available collateral. Bath-roonJJ

Sunday, the attendance at the Episcopal ing advanced about $25 to aid I riches it. It has no equal as an appe- Approved on business all parts pa of Europe.erldiscountetl.Drafts Plied Swimming with Salt Pool and and Sulphur AJJJWater

: Church ii the morning. where Mr. J. purchasing them. Now: they have plenty :: tizer. Try it, and, if not s\tigfied. your Business favor done,at consistent Jacksonville with rates.sound connected with the House V
of Every
It t Huntington read the service; and at of work ahead to practice up, but as i i money refunded. Cures'every form banking, cheerfully extended. all guests.

the Presbyterian Church in the evening, their practice is pursued quite distance I' fevers.A Xaal; InjECtor free with each tottle cf Shiloh'sCatarrh I CORRESPONDENTS: Bank of Jacksonville.Jacksonville SPECIAL RATES 11OR THE 1

1 where the Rev. John Foy ably cSciatedwas from the business portion of the town, I Remedy. Price 5')cenu. Sold ty Dickson York., Fla.; ffhe: Seaboard :1t1oua.llBank a MONTH.THE .
t ,TltusTlUe,Fla.
become a nuisance. &Grey
very fair. t it is not likely

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