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 21, 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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Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
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Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)


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4' VOL. X. TITUSVILLE, FI ...4.., WEDNESDAY, AUG. 21 1889. NO. 18.


1 Local Happenings, I -Mr. J. H. dams! was in town to-day. I (.'0011. Major Graves is spending a few days..1 Lake Worth.

T J ---lfr,. Carl Curtiss has been ill for -Mr. E. P.Branch, \Ielho\trne, Heavy rains all during tit- pa wt-ek.. at Melbourne Beach. I Weather still! pleasant.

,he two or three weeks. left for :Milwaukee this morning. Plenty of delicious guavas in town. C. W. Lynde began Monday to cutout I Mosquitoes unusually scarce.
past -Just received, 40 bushels of fresh the streets 011 :Major Graves' land The Emily I;. left for Jacksonville on
__Tax-Assessor Sanders, of Courtney, refugee bean seed. Send in order prompt- The Masonic Lodge met as usual on north of Ocean avenue, and running from the 7th. .

Meat a few days in town the latter part ly to Geo. B. Rumph. 182t. Friday night in the Lapham building.Mr. the river to the ocean. i
I LouisBradley! was successful in gettnga
V r last week. -Conductor Dearborn left for Jack- J. M. Sanders took the steamer St. Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Glenn are expected f fine deer on the 9th.
to viile this morning, Conductor Vilerett back early in September, and will I
_- :Mr. Decker left here Monday mornIng I Lucie on Tuesday afternoon to go to Some of our gardeners are already
taking his place.A build their house on their lot on Ocean I
). for Emporia, to attend to another I Jacksonville. avenue.We getting ready for their winter crops.
lontract very interesting letter, referringto j Mrs. Elizabeth Moore'.s five year old
at that place. Mr. J. T. Sanders
omitted mention last
the Indian River Steamboat Co.'s two carelessly
vine is still alive but
pumpkin s>eems to
J. ,,. Watson & Co. have a big line new steamers, will be found on page 4. Titusville ness came down to Cocoa on busi-it week the fact that :\Ir. A. S. Fee is the have outgrown its fruitfulness.
t i last Friday. father of fine and Dr. Fee
happy a girl
Lf and to sell them I
they mean
fertilizers, -A of communications left
couple are It is that work will
reported not beginon
I Sunday next the Rev. Jas. Bolton will again grand papa.
[;live them a call.) out for want of space and time. They the Episcopal rectory until about November -
conduct Hill's
service Hall. Cocoa
arrived too late for insertion this week. at Numerous letters from the north indicate
-Mr. S. F. Gray has taken the initiative at 11 a. in. and 7 p. m.JIr. a busy season the coming winter. 1st.

by having his lot cleared next to -:Mr. Robert Ranson, of Canaveral, I : 0. H. Edgerton spent last Wednesday We hear of some transfers and proposedbuildings I The Illinois left on the Uh for the B.

'1 Mr Ender's, on the river bank, in case:: of has just had issued a well gotten-up circular -t in Titusville and returned to Cocoa that we may be :lbl, to give I. R. When you hear his horn blow you

4 x and a very neat plan of the pro Thursday.The particulars of next week. I will know Capt. Charlie i i:5 going by.

-The steamer White left here Satur- posed city at Canaveral, copies of which Dauntless was launched a few From Captain Wilcox we hour that he Indians have been here for the past
: may be obtained either of him or Messrs. days ago, and in her new d/oss; of paint will be back early, and work will beginon week or so, but have not been very successful -
from which in their
for New : place hunting.
Jay Robbins & Graham. looks a real beauty.Mr. his house as soon as he arrives!; also
|!hl took an excursion party to the each i I| that several gentlemen interested with "Who greased George: Lym n's fiddle
anday, returning here Monday.Mr. -The Rev. Sidney Wilbur's new residence Hentz is clerking at :S. M. Sanders I'I him in Melbourne! and Atlantic Railroad bow Ty i is the question now agitating
te Co.'s He returned Florida
again. to -
is will him.
completed. General opinion Company accompany
Chas. Scrjcantson, of Jupiter, i a few weeks ago from Georgia, wherehe I'' Palm Beach.
say it ithc finest residence in Titus. went to attend business -We are pleased to hear that Mr. W.
!OK the morning's train for Jackson- college. Capt. H. P. Dye has the lumber on the
ville. and we are not going to disputethe H. Adams has received his appointmentas
He has ground for two cottages, to be put up :is
Ille Thursday. gone to meet The naphtha launch Livinier took a
R. ,\e. clerk and also that Mr.
postal ,
word of the majority. Sunday afternoon adjuncts to the Hotel Lake Worth.
Itiii i brother, who i is coming from South party to Melbourne Beach Sunday to Vunlandingham had received an increaseof
merica. we, as well as a great many more in spend the day in the surf. They all returned salary. Both gentlemen are faithful )David Brown's large private residence

f town and also two young ladies from that night much pleased with and efficient in positions and deserve all will lie opened for the reception of a

. -Selling out furniture, household LaGrange, whose names it is needless to their trip. i their good luck. limited number of guests this coming

Lods, fancy articles, matting and nov- mention, took a peep at this residence, Mr. Walter How land has been work- Miss Lena Johnson, Guy Metcalf and winter.

I ilticsat-a sacrifice. These goods must be all of whom were charmed with it. ing up his insurance at City Point for I Frank Stranahan went over to Melbourne Ross Brown, wife and child arrived on

J closed out, and it will pay you to call Taking a glance around we found a large the St.past Lucie few for days Melbourne, but left on where the steamer he intends \ Beach for a bath in the surf and calledon the Sth, and Ross is hard at work getting
the party Myrtle Cottage, passinga : ready toput up a dwelling for his family
ind the
the bargain at Tropical
see great sitting room, reception room and library, to spend a few days. i
very pleasant evening there, returningto on his east side place. This adds still
. Iou e (Mackenzie's). Building to let. bed room, bath room and clothes closet, .. =
I Mr. A. L. Hatch left on Monday for I :\ after moonri e. Miss HoV another to the list of improvements under

--Mrs. Henry Titus nays that a beautiful with a large, roomy hall on the ground his annual trip to New York, where he I ton has been: Myrtle: Cottage since List way.

night-blooming cereus opened the floor, all ready for occupation, while upstairs will spend a month purchasing new Thursday.That .
Pioneer J. A. Durst in
kbcr night in the flower-garden of Mrs. i is to be set apart for four bedrooms goods, etc.. for his store at City Point. I indefatigable worker, Fred. C. put an appearance -
Prang, is busy clearing and ditching the on the 6th, and has his machineryin
r E Titus, which measured seven inch- which it is :JIr,1t'ilhur's intentionto
:Mr. S. C. Usher, of City Point, has I lot sold by Mr. Camp to John Bonuing, place and is going down for water on
3 across. It was a lovely sight to all have finished a little later on. We been spending a few days in Cocoa. He of Chicago. Another waste place will the
Cragin place. He he i is to
[hose who had the pleasure of seeing it note that the body of the house is painted expects to leave for the Mountains : soon be a garden, as it is intended to says going

'jn all its glory.Mr. ." white, mansard is diamond shingledand in a few days, to b': utilize the plot in gardening for profit. go down till he either gets water or his

is a deep orange color ; deck cold weather sets in. I! We hear that a house is to be built there drill melts oft
J. C. Norwood, of City Point, is Mrs. A. E. who. with her four also. A few of the folks visit
and roof, which are tinned, are red ; ceiling : Dugas young a g
determined not to l>e left behind with of- veranda- -blue- floor ot I children has. been yisitin her .parents. I Some of the readers of the STAR have to the inlet on the fith., and Bob Cook
sky veranda --- --- --
regard to new residences. Capt. Chas. ; I Prof. and Mrs. W. H. Peck, for month, probably read of the explosion of Mr.( L. kindly treated three of the ladies '
which is 10 feet wide and 220 feet young
'ulton, of the Seminole, delivered over left for Atlanta, Ga., last Thursday after B. Crocker's uaptha launch at Buffalo,
and three long, surrounding the house, is a yellowish noon. Her mother, Mrs. Peck accompanied X. Y., and the loss of several V(' The to a ducking by getting his boat cap
j 4,000 feet of lumber two or drab ; the blinds are a her as far as Titusville. boat was about to start on a pleasure sized. They lay all the blame to Capt.

thousand shingles at City Point landing excursion, and it is supposed the engineer Hunt. as he put his foot in it.
The doors of each are double, with a Cocoa will have plenty of tine, fresh
last week. We have no doubt Mr. Nor- : in match
lighting a ignited
transom above. The upper half of the fish now as a professional: fisherman, 3Ir. escapinggas C. C. Haight is now busy: at R. ItIcCormick's
ivood will have a good substantial residence George Kirk has anchored his boat and causing a terrible explosion. The
double front doors is sash, with one long blown atoms.i5. :\ having left the school
engineer was to Mc
erected which will l>e an ornament set nets of all description out in the river
lo the settlement in which he resides. centre piece of figured glass, surroundedwith just off Oleander Point, wherewith he Lean, a young lady visitor, from Detroit, house job, but work is still progressingon
Sin. squares of cathedral glass of intends capturing the finny tribe and was blown into the water and badly the school house, County Superintendent : -

.\ gentleman in town asks us' to various colors. Two feet: back from eachof will have a fish stand. burned ; also Miss Charlotte Crocker. E. Gale acting as boss carpenter.
aged 14 years. Both were rescued and
}It-ink the lady or ladies who were good the front doors is a wire screen, 7ft. Last Thursday afternoon the sloop taken to the hospital. Their recovery i is SAM

hough to send him three pieces of music : wide and lOft. high, to ceiling. All the : Blanche, owned by Mr. Thrall. capsized doubtful. :Mr. Crocker's daughter, Ethel, -- %

t various times within the past month, woodwork inside, doors, windows and : just in front of our town and quite an eight years of age, was in the cabin and Hypoluxo.:

-iz. "Shall I again," "Come I excitement was created by the event. was consumed by the flames. His little The schooner Bessie 1$., Captain Ben
: ever see you door-casings, etc., are in the grain and
)Ir. Thrall and his
son Harry, boy, between nine and ten of ,
years age son Lyman has made her last summer'trip
o tnc, loved one, and "Come and rest. natural color of the pine and Cyprus of Blauvelt, were on board when the capsize was standing forward, and a carpenter on

Ie says he appreciates their kindness, this country, with hard oil polish. There took place and all received a good the dock almost touched him with along for the season, and is now lying at

.gut in future he hopes these young ladies are several other little things we noticed, ducking, but no serious damage was pole, calling him to grasp it so he could anchor in the port of Hypo. Her captain

ivill send their names or initials with any but our space will not permit of a more: done. pull it ashore. The little fellow seemed is taking vacation building a fine set

ings, so that he may be able to tender extended review. The Minstrel entertainment given inHill' dazed, and in a few minutes fell back into of ways, which will be a boon to all boat
:; Hall last Friday evening by the the fating flames. The man was bad- in this section and then for
hem his thanks -- ---- -- --- owners a
personally. sic colored artists" from Titusville burned about the.face in his efforts to
Gilbert's liar.WAVELANP wasa rescue the boy. Another change he can work on his place, wherehe
decided failure far attendancewent. carpenter,
The steamers and Katie and so as
\ August 14, 'SS. The night was dark and rainy and working on the roof of the Ixmt-house, raises fine limes, lemons and Lyinand.
adie, with the J., T. &. K. W. Railway To the Editor of the Florida Star: only five people raised enough cash and : was blown off.. Grasping a rafter as he The Miami mail carriers report
ile-driver in tow, left here about one fell, he hung dangling for a moment over very
Tradition has it-and I suppose the courage to venture out to the concert,
few turtle signs on the beach. Hundreds
'clock Thursday. They appeared to tradition is not very ancient-that thereway but the colored brass band did not despair the fiery pit till overcome or suffocated ;
and all he, too, dropped into the burning boat. of them were killed last year by the
lave a hard time of it towing so cumber- once a large, deep inlet at Gilbert'sBar. day Saturday they paraded
through which ships from the sea the streets of Cocoa and Rock ledge play- )Ir. Crocker barely escaped with his life, conchs. Two or three schooners from the
of mechanism. Pad i-
ome apiece Capt. could enter. This was no doubt true, for ing valiantly, if not in tune, on their and is nearly insane with gri f.Irs.. Bahamas pro wled along the coast and
[son, who has the government contractto musical Crocker is an invalid, and it is feared the
the closed bar is at the mouth of the :St. numerous instrument" in orderto killed turtle merely for their throw-
erect the beacons at various points on Lucie River which is the largest tribu- till the souls of the hearers with the shock will prove fatal to her. eggs

p Indian River ; Mr. J. A. Heland, of the i\ry of Indian River, and down which desire to see and hear more of the sample The schooner Queen arrived here last ing their carcasses overboard ; but a rev-

, Navy Department ; and Mr. Jas. M. pour immense volumes of water, some, I they gave them. Their efforts were not Monday evening with a full load, between enue cutter took one of them in, and asa
no doubt, from Okee hol>ee. Through a in vain, for on Saturday night quite a decks, of pineapple slips. Startingfrom result they have not showed up this
Pierce, who just arrived from Jacksonville crowd attended the Minstrel show and
combination of favoring circumstances. here at 2:20 p. m., July 18th. arriving year.
- were on board. About two miles as unusual drought, low water, favor- the "six colored artists" did credit to at Indian River Inlet, taking ballast
an hour was the pace of the steamers.Mr. ing winds together with the fact that themselves, and the music (?) they furnished aboard and going to sea on the 20th I There is a rumor to the effect that the

there were no settlers then living in this was something extraordinary. crossing the bar at 4 p. in. at about half County Commissioners are talking of

George. Robbins has been con- region to prevent it, Gilbert's Bar closed Dr. Schofield, Miss Bertha and Ida tide with four feet of water. From the I establishing a road from here to Miami.

: siJerably improving the appearance of up many years ago. Its re-opening: presents -I Curtis, Mr. Walter lowland and Mr. I inlet to Elliott's Kev, the log shows a They: had better be careful to bite off no
no serious difficulties, as only a I continuous head wind or no wind at all
i the grounds around his residence of late. Blythe came up from Melbourne on the I than they can chew. It would bea
narrow ridge of sand separates river and sloop Maud F. last Thursday afternoon. some days. making but six or eight miles.
Last week several loads of muck
'-i. wagon ocean. It only needs plenty of muscle and while the boat was anchored off:\(r.Curtis' II On the :24th steamship Hudson passed I big undertaking. One item alone would
; were hauled and scattered over his flower a commodity lacking in this vicinity, as place on Meritt's Island during a !I us atjS: a. m.'and: at 9 a. m. the steamship be the building of seven bridges, and

garden ; and in the evening, after office the settlers are few in number and scat 1 sudden squall Dr. Schofield received a Prospero ; at 10 a. in. another passed in I' even then the road would l>e impassableat
tered. Three or four attempts have been I the offing thought to be the Lafayette.The .
:; hours, Mr. Robbins has been work shock from a bolt of lightning in his left times of high water. I doubt
made by them-half a dozen in num various houses: of refuge and lighthouses very
arm, which was the tiller. The
like around his We resting on : I I
ing a Trojan place. I much if there i is established road in
; ber-to re-open an inlet but it proved flash of fire around the doctor's arm was at Jupiter, Cape Florida and an
. must not forget to mention that Mrs. G. too big an undertaking for so few.I plainly seen by all on hoard, and the"scare" Fowev 'Rocks were passed in succession, Dade county.

, }f. Robbins and Sirs. McClellan, also, desire to show that its re-opening is !!, of the entire crew was great. Dr. and at "> p._ Ill. anchored at ohnson'J: atElliott's I I Capt. Fred S. Morse, of Miami, with
have done no small share of gardening tomake a necessity, not only to the people living: Schofield's arm pained him for a few Key amid barrels of mosquitoes. :
the have and ill this vicinity, but to the wholeof Indi-I hours, but no lasting hurt was done by Supercargo Henry says that i is the only II his smart sharpie, the Amy, i is killing .
place as picturesque an River An agent is silently and the shock. The same flash of lightninggave way you could describe them. Stopping I time and sharks at New River. He has

neat an appearance as possible.It i at work filling up the bed of this part of II Mrs. John Curtis a slight shock in only "a few minutes, and ascertaining !! for companionship Messrs. Jennings, Valentine
' Indian River. That agent i is the grass. her right arm. She in her they would have to wait for slips, pulled
. is not often any of our staffreaches I was standing I I and the jovial keeper of the sta
From the mouth of the St. Lucie north. parlor putting a lamp into the chande- out md at 8:30 p. m. came to anchor off
far as Heath. A trip to Heath, for :a distance of eight miles or more Indian : lier, which is gilded, and for about five Black Crusar's creek bank, next morning I| tion. Denny O'Neal. One night, while

h ()a Banana creek, the end of last week, River is an immense sub-aqueous !j j minutes she was badly shocked but, like starting for Key West. Passing in succession I li at the bar, they baited a large shark hook

and a trip to Mr and Mrs. Morten's new meadow, and over a large area of its surface -j I Dr. Schofield, she felt no lasting results t Caryfort reef Alligator shoal !! and set it after lark. The "skeets" soon

I lore> just north of :Mr.: F. B. Sackett's the grass grows above water. This, I from being struck. I Sombrero a American shoal lights I I i! drove them below ; but not before they
and the the wharf West
continually decaying settling on i they tied up at at Key : |
j' orange) grove, shows that Mr. Morten hast bottom, together with its ini'trumentali:i ------ ---- i at 5 p. m. on the 2Sth. On the 27th a i!j had set an alarm to let them know that

not been idle on his new purchase. Even ity in catching in its net-work of roots i! Would you exchange: your pale cheeks run of 71 miles was made. The 29th and 'I j they had hooked a "aailors' tomb." With

>.: Curing the hottest weather he has built all silet and floating matter and mud, is i for Wsones? I :30th were passed very pleasantly at the 'I a couple of empty five-gallon kerosene
the river and it is only j! Johnson's Tonic vitalizes the blood enriches Island City. On the 31st the return
surely filling up ; voyage -I
small house several of cans, a. washbasin, dish and dustpans
cleared acres it. It has no equal as
question of time when the river will become j was begun, arriving Elliott's Key I
land and will soon erect a pretty residence a second savannah, similar to that ;j tizer. Try it, and, if not al11'1'1 at 9 p. m August 2nd. The 4th, being j i I piled high on the cabin roof and connected -

upon an elevated bank which rises west of Eden and Ankona. Salt water |i money refunded.: Cures every Sunday.. no work was done ; 5th. 6th and I I with the shark-line, silence brooded -

from the creek and gives him a fine view will remedy this by killing this grass, I fevers.: 7th were employed loading slips. Leav- until 11:30 and then came a crash.
of' the Mr. Morten thus deepening the river and rendering I ----- ing Johnson's on the morning of the tUh j The crack of doom and a Dakota cyclone
surrounding country. it more navigable to vessels of all kind. 1 JlelSjournc. at 11:20 a. m., passing Bear Cut into the j
and wife have not found the mosquitoes Besides, it will make this section more open sea atI p. m.. sailing all night, !; in mortal combat would have been a
fctarly as bad as they expected from the attractive and desirable and enhance the :: Fine showers last: week ; trees andplants striking a heavy squall offJupiter, which i Quakers' meeting compared to it. Capt.

Accounts given them, and are much value of the large area of fine lands that i i| growing finely.Mr. Captain Hector says made things lively i' Denny, as he cracked a carlin with his

pleased with their We also lie around the mouth of the St. Lucie. : Ford, of England, who! was here I for half an hour. Came to anchor at In- head, sings out : That the he<>l is i that,
new place. It will bring settlers, increase the peculiar i some weeks ago with Dr. Willis! has returned h dian River Inlet at 1 p. m.'Atzgurt 10th i' "
called at Mr. Sackett's place and exam- products of this: part of Florida, and 1 from Lake Worth. having made the run of 150 miles, with j bedad? Morse cries out, "I guess it

l !his orange grove, flowers, etc. Mr. thus not only benefit this immediate section few here in a heavy loaded vessel 1 and part of the i struck my foremast," and dust and dish-

ten Strohm, his son-in-law, who is stop- but every place on Indian River. places Very along\ the mosquitoes river blind mosquitoesare ; some time with three reefs, in a little less than pan-demonium filled the welkin chock
is doubt that the locality a'' 26 hours, the same distance goiug down
Pug on the the STAK There no II numerous. full, and then thethought of the shark,
place, presented most suitable place for an inlet ; and the consuming eight da'Ihe gentlemen j!
with, several fine pineapples. Thus, the fact that there was once a deep one there I The schooner Queen left on Monday are somewhat browned bv the un and r who arrived in Nassau before sun-up witha

Pineapple 1 season in this section is not makes the r pening no experiment or morning under charter for the keys for sea-air, but have returned in good health I hook in big maw.
over yet. uncertainty. W. H. BASEh.I! another load of pine slips. and with an increase in weight. RUTH VEX.





conservative estimates tlirew LIs waistcoat asiJe. Six weeks littia or no adoration the male treat= :
From the moot
s f LACE MAKING K IREI ,D. it would seem that ?U,})) women in Ireland later a message came that the queen desired here. It is one of the find most out the difficultthincs Englishmen :' REST FOR HAITI.
e are constantly employed in the various the diamond to be sent home at imaginable

forms of boo making; '5J)} are tnctThe matter had entirely escaped who are ccniidertd to be on the

BEAUTIFUL HANDIWORK OF ERIN'S: :: work in the Irnfn spinning and easing *}w menj'-'ry of the absent mindedlord, summit of fashion in the matter of f
"first owdtha: he had forwarded clothed, unless one knows them person War Likely to Be \Inn
MAIDS AND MATRONS.L&x mills; .() are employed in empioved rnd he a: 3'
in embroidery alone, and from i: long before. When the facts ally. Portraits cf society women of allkinds During the Summer SeaaA
tolim he badly frightened and ranks art to be seen in profusion 1.
7i.iJ)) to IJ.Cyj in such pursuits= -c. : > back was
ti >r That I* Poorly Rewardedese3'i allowed misgivings to here, but never a portrait of a wciety
knittinz. shirt making, hc-m stitching, bu: no appear .
SInaUi* Makio? a Handkerchief Tliat finishing- laundering and Losing; cr, in and took the first opportunity t > man unless be happens to haLl some DecisWe Battle Fought But,-

1 Would Brinj Fl- Dollar*-5tAtitl 9 of round numbers, )),')) Iran wcmen in slip away to his private room. public onice of prominence English Few Days Ago.

TTomco Worker* in the Industry.In homes and factories are t.d y striving Once there, with his heart in his mouthhe swelldom has a great del of ;am-nesc
F hold their hovel 1 homes and their beloved sent for his native Servant and said toUr about it. .
of all the Irish cities
Ireland together, on wages which ; "Lia e you go: a *rrabos\ which To begin with, trie ="eij must torte a Gerr+rr3 at 43 yie'w .tttaer n.
has ihrp p*f-r been anything like an attempt and aI of PyeyJent LrItltQe Near thPal.oe
will net emceed an average of four shillings was in my waistcoat pocbt-t 5e:me time title cr be a military man, as
at manufacture of lace, and here per week: Ccr. New York Commercial igor "Yes, sahib," the man replied.I titled Enrlishm'sn hare something to do ha4 Ar CoinpoU-*

laoe liia:ing has been, daring certain Advertiser ". four it and put it moire of your with the army, the militia, the yeomanry The Isms on Path wi-* Heavy-&'

jriztriordinarily successfuL It .o '' "Bring i: here," sail the sahib.Upon ur the volunteers ail swells of the first tyeLy t:e Greats..

was i in 1529 by a rain name i A reboot of 'IC this the old servant went to a water are n.uitary officers cf some kind.Beforea Xr Toes. Ang. isIHaytL Yv a .

\\&H-r. !*rat twenty lace makers havtr.c There are already established aoroud broken down tin box and produced the young titled Englishman ca: t* it' is eXp= 1.1w.j -.' ;

t 1 :*-*:j imported from Nottingham.Bj certain schools for motors in which the little one from i it. **Open it," said Lord qualified become a credit to b f nily : .e : .

are !'.*' nearly 2.0',) women and girlswerv duties cf motherhood are tau together Lawrence, and see what is inskie.* He an-i the British grist.:ray \& mu: tims president c.:: : r= t.

k # employed in various branches of with all the technicalities of work connect watcher the man anxiously as fold after hive been to E on, to Oxford amid Lave the capital of tbe f1U & -- Cr I

the -work S3 tambourers, runners darners :
menders, washers, finishers mc=Iinembroiderers the E3krali-ss of the situation including was his relief when the brilliant gemappeared. doesn't matt-r how locr he h-td= thecommission. b ii oomp li i tcbar.. l nbij I 1i

and lace open workers. not only the proper training and treatment The servant seerseii ferf ectlyunconsciDUs Then again, tne personal nation t.sar Por..1. .Pri i

The groundwork of all this bee is made of children in other than physical of the imr ense treasure he appearance of the most admired men of r; .v to ta 1.- i

h by machinery. The quality has always matters bet a training ako of the mcthers had had in his keeping. "There is nothing this typ C is a.p< icbe wanting variety.. A decisive and t:;: bed 1t 1

been superb far e.x liany partly themselves in the JirS.-ul: arts uf here. sahib," he said "bus a bit of They run afcout 59 x feet in td_h: Lave f:>uzht a feT days aco not ncrs 1t

machine TT/V.JA lira manufactured either knowing how to refu?. to prohibit and =- ." Thus, through che in-d erencecf broad shoulders, J ep cheats and compiarativeiy 1 three miles from" President Le ii ',

ia England or upon the continent; but of punish, without injuring Cither the moral native servant, what cjigh t. havetieen smai waists, for which three f"" 5e Tbe loss was teavr cids. bi6 t tf

r late the industry has suffered from Swissmachine nature of the child r r. or themselves.Unless a serioc loss was turned into a latter things the tailor may be- partly re bat. aeoofdmc to tar caber. .

'1 i competition, and workers were we are Trillii t: 1 2tb state happy recover 7.-St Louis GlobeDem- bit They almost without dSCepsrsxi 'jjvtl from P-T.-)::-?r.._ IOS l .>3, 1
GcnsTil Crt .
.. : cr.Hippolyte
nerer permitted to earn wages exceeding take charge of t&e children eventually oc. tion save all their face but the upper i bHay n. = the lar
week, and relieve the niotlers of thtjr dear ----- and curly a : o TTO srjen 1
t from three to seven shillings per lip, where they grow as bLr Eipp iyte i-J i-xeeded 1t
a The Canickmacross lace derives its duties,as some social reformers, >>calk i. W'eeta:; Kings. mustache as p-ossibie--Blakely Hall in !. .arjbinbis arr.j &'z a:is the scsig a;

t name from the introduction of both ap- have dared suggest, there are plainly If marriage is not a failure there isn'ta Clothier and FurnLierI run af Hani .?tnmz hale fcnfa.j t

plique and guipure bee making into the things in which these mothers should question as to the indifferent regard in i :iomss at .ii .:reit p'Al: 3.lo: the rx. f
parish of Carrickmacroas. in County perfect themselves in order to do justice which the wedding: ring is hel-i. Even a :. >o cai>-rt. 1J : ;-rmIs. = itl1QrAZ. 1

Honaghan, as early as ISiO to the thud n and to the future careers the jeweler has a Eoe=lteptu C3 way One of the earliest or the famous oucoaneers I ." ;wet a t ztr 1t

{ a It is a most interesting region under of those whose charge they have as,um"L of presenting the tray of plain gold bands was Cap Cromwell, who had I .. : : w.Dc. i

t the shadow of the Slieve-Beagh mountains Were such schools established arzonrourselves and the tantalizing preference fcr dismal been a common sailor in New England.In i lOj.ljoJl.- .. .;l:6.', -. --eJ.-t 1
and the environments of the peasantry would not It the material tunes which he hums or whistles softly, 164o be! was in command of three t '. f 'l )T .uaootpGiiIIl

to thi3 day are of the most primitive part of the work and duty. in which we but none the less l.llC3.lthh"- ; fast sailing br4- filled with armed 3 j 01\ i "'v1= ash pic.-e hO\l"1e.-s.".: JW S.

sort. The cabins which seldom should advocat-e e:ort half so much as makes a cote of the initials to be inscriVd. men, and was driven into the barber of :

u4 Lave more than one room from S to 12 the immaterial that immaterial which Very y)ung brides wear the New Plymouth by a storm Cromwell t 7 : :- f : ::1 .

feet square and never more than 5 feetnigh under certain views becomes the one yellow tand, but in swell circles youngmarrie and his inn soon afterwards come to 1 c Portis.? c t. ss t t

with earthen flDors and straw l.t :ill : i ladies hare the bravado to lay Boston, and while iz this city presented h: 6 .t .rt ..i ti 1t

thatched roofs. A hole in the roof endgives very well as it might be that the aside the emblem cf undying love as seen Governor Winthrop with an elegant sedan !t : a_C l.zolca,

the smoke opportunity for escape mother should go to schooL in order t-c as the honeymoon i. o er.Among chair captured in one of his prizes. i nyy.w is "' :. :._-".. :_- ,.t. 11 L'r "Tt..J. :i

a .d where clay and stick chimneys are learn how to cut out th little frocks and older wires the ring i5 discarded -1;=:.) Bud_ I Ir uT .tli.e;- ._. niittr., .Ttrs. .:-. PaiP' I" T
indulged in. an old firkin cr a few pinafores, make the little th neLL knit altogether, and if you inquire about Ii :_ .: :'"r.z j
I -'.- nniUtd aU
wo -.17 : :
4 silvers of freestone rock form the pict- the little socks: and that with the l le it the mammon will calmly tell yvu it's Apotugy -ece rtp. t L- '. i>.Je B. t
ttttt- JU i chimney tx': Potatoes, withuLasionnlly :ort and waste conceivble; very well. such an unfashionable piece of jewelry A ilc igan avenge car stopped atStrome I L.a..l +9 1 Jet his : et'rec f1. :

a little buttermilk or sweet too that she shoai-i be taught how tt, to be obliged to wear and as a result the street yesterday to permit a ---oi Lk t S p Jj

i4 milk constitute almost the only articles give the bath to keep the skin whop young L>dy daujbters m the family are young lady amid a gentleman So get c. I' Y"r. r ar" ,sZ his re ze:a-ct'l-

r of food: and yet from out of the hands home, lo judge cf the f ood requisite ando married with a seal ring, n':: one of As the former who was young as well i,.r i ii: t.1 t. t

f'I.I. of the daughters and mothers of this region prepare it, to remember the first treatment which can be procured for the paltry 'T, 23 pretty, passed forward to accept 3 I ?pmt r- _;}.Le.J alvw s l

{. and of County Armagh, into which of the little -:: rs before the the price of the yellow band. Emeralds, seat offered her. she tripped over th* : : L tie os-tposts jf the two parts

t Carrickmacross lace making has extended physician can l-e summone-d. und to rubies and turqoois 3. set in small but outstretched foot of an individual who t.oa plaoe anti tb- rc ay season idCaHippolyte
knew that be ccnil ret -
daintier fabrics in applique make herself a competent n rs** fcr such brilliant diamonds wedding cin
come are popular as was sitting at the rear of the car. ; .3. until tbc chi of tie
: ; .1 thita were ever conceived in Brussels occasion; and indispensable .>s it is aL.-.v j--;5. and no$ a few bridegrooms In an instant she was almost at full i a t1 camp dechde'I : rt.JCl t..e I(

: and copies in guipure that are marvel that she should be informed &s well as to hav: wedded their Mea with a marquiseof length the bottom of the car. The exclamations On the nicbt of At.. 3 be farms b

I jj lots improvements upon the original inc the ood and sleep and exercise necessary diamonds.A of the passengers and the black arm into there diviibns. w..ShattaCB !!!JB I

; frrtuft for herself in order to perform her bride of a montho w is married looks they directed at the extended stumbling I Port-l-Prntx from a* tactSkies

p SIS u. >iTNT LACE. own part whc4esomely is sill more .-ith a 5erpo: ine ring, composed of two block should have caused its owner Drouillard *rrri Freere plciruons 7C 7t

The Irnishmocsaint lace comes from a absolutely that she should I*? snakes exquisitely l car -i. each with a to sink through the svtit. Quicker almost r to the easrrani; uf tan 07 .1

region still more interesting, not only taught also how to treat the child's propensities precious j wel in its hexid. To show the than she went down however she were ortSed wben the come sm3 r dTa

from the loveliness of the scenery about toward wrong doing, and tw degrre enthusiasm for the time was on her feet again, and gracefully f nce was ":'e 1

the upper and lower lake*of Lough Erne all its tendencies toward well honored svmKJ of conjugal love at the acknowledging the courtesy of the gentleman I The fc nor tim ed a iti pijoei troops std march-yere ad abunltw berrate r i
that northern rival of doing; what to do if the child's imagination la club timer inthe
splendid glorious coaching party given who surrendered his seat and a half miles froa the ctj-whssth? t
+ Sillarney in Kerry, but also from the runs to I lying, how not to intimidateinto Brunswick, but tbrve L>dies out of She was greatly embarrassed, and her were met by the soatj>erj Hcsi

4t singular beauty of the maidens and lying, bow to foster in it generosity f'Jrtall attendt-1 by their husbands, escort looked like a tcloud and as 1 fierce aod hjoodv tattle v&5 fbsulti2g a:t a I

mothers who dwell and labor amid these purity truth steadfastness, sweet temper won:the pUb gol d bond. There were if he would like to punch the head of the I m the Eaetj r trtuet cflyte. c

mountains vales, glens and upon these love of humanity and adoration of dU5t0f diamonds circlets cf pearls a: _Dow who had caused all the trouble. I: Such is Sbeat C.JZ.1aa r>,ocr+I

transcendent &hore& 1n"khmi itself Goy and solitaire ton s by the quart, but But he didn't. He contented himself the HaytiaaCoeval J nssu ee he toc'

is a dainty island half a mile from And when the mother< has ltariieddhou the single trio displaced. tithe Dimple yellow with occc.ionally .epp vigorously on G ntnl Df" SaiI1ms t1I

shore in upper Lough Erne. A famous to encourage the germ of those qualities lap the still extended and oifending foot. repcrtsr tom it TOS very
founded hero in the Sixth already existing. to create them possibly find the barred srbetber Eippdrte5ocl &tt=$o
abbey was -'s particularly There did not seem to be the least sign ; other attack cia:1-Pssxhe.DesIan J 1
r celt, by St. Senn or Xernid of the in their absence has learned how to oi/D 5XKiis, and l?.? gar and festive of consciousness from its owner, while i' 3es said that PTedaridt DOC Atbe

royal blood of Ireland. The saint's bell teach the child its rightful to wives who have a few more links of the passengers awaited the denouement. sew misis r from the r i c

ornamented with gold and silver, is stillpreserved the universe, she will have l learned also freedom than is wholesome never civt- Finally, with a lurch from the car van I States would start for P &Q-?r .

it here as a sacred and precious how to repress and oontzvi and sweeten it position outside of the jewel casket excuse the foot received another ferot t early ntn montb.5UCKED I.I.

-I relic. The parish partly in county Donegal her own temper, how to b. transparent At tbe resorts and in social gatherings cious dig that was so pronounced .
derives and truthful as hght herself, how to love I THE PQfsQ** OUT I
and partly in Fermanagh, its one hears frequent outbursts from the almost t*ist the man out of the
name from the island of ruins, and the her race is trying t) perfect this youn: young and innocent: society men who Thinking that perhaps he had really The T'ft\XD ofTaken s Httlesnak.I3arale
b-I 1
entire peasantry of this wild and beaun- : meniberof it. how t.- t-e unselfish in the protest against what they consider misplacemrnt jured the man, the escort mattered Into t'o."s ?ioe'M.CLrxnLt 1

HB.I ful region, in manner and dress, strikingly equanimity
t remind one of the picturesque folk the child God to :bre. will bavt- found a married woman from a with the gratifying explanation town, S. C. TbtLrsdorr a colored k

nf the TvroL Gal bfrIf.! .-Harper's Bazar spin:. .-New York ,ori "0h, dog apologize: its a wooden was bitten bra rattksnaie *i2 el t7 1C
ting weal ia the vcoda. The
Nearly tamiltlem
every r A T_U lu nJt1..Ik--Atil-r1. one and used to beini: steppe*! or."-Detroit screamed for b lp and his brotba;& c
= who is a lace maker, and without Very OU Bread. New +
A problem that at a ;glance seems easf vas also cutting wood sear b!, na* 1
technical instruction
or any attention A German who visited Potnp-eii writes dl
1 him. He snciM Cd
whatever to preserving or developing enough to tempt many a schc.oltov to s follows concerning the bread discovered *the_ poison La1' 1t
t Farm Lift in C:io. brothers lee s 1' it 0Gt.
of his vacation in
I artistic eilort,these blue eyed, black spend a portion an endeavor mere: "In one room are shown in tinned the ro ... t-.1.. t t
1 to solve! it, appeared recently in a A farmer may be hired by the year 5
d haired red lipped women produce marvels well close class cases side b; side with their facer srnwt i s i 1
a Maine and is follows Take for from $5 to $14, with food, clothing
journal as : ,
in point lack as wonderful as were seme precious objects the oldest bread, I The leg whiff was bitten ssswofen. 1
known in d' Jencon. I found the number 13. Multiply' it by itself and head shaving and :oba x. Those who and the hoc to rdwithout
ever point which was f.oUb as '_>vea-cf which is liisly
you ba.e2.'i Now multiply 22-3 by work by the day receive from eight to : is .E* 1t 1t
one worker who had been employed more by and by-burnt, of course This anj grtAt ,) t'e en
,' more than five months upon one hand itself then multiply that product by bread is round and ;has four cats, and ten cent, with a noonday r eai. At theplanting :i ttieecaie TS>SLS killed. and **S*&*** 1I

{ kerchief. She said two months more itself, and so on until fifteen productshave may have weighed when frvsh about and harvesting of rice wages laic one.1'he 1I
3 been themselves inturn. are from ten to cents with boy who sncicid the ooi. '
would be required to complete it. what multiplied by three or four otrdTo this day bread twenty a day,
The aroused consi durable ice meals said he beard an old mn a v.
will question ;or thirty cents day without 1.t
for itT" I
you gtt inquired like this is bake in N.ttles and the neighborhood "'
.. interest lawyers in Portland and load Few land owners hire hands ; 3rgQ 68y that there "'u3 :1
I'm thickin' it'll And among except Lid
a pound bring. a prc-ci- of how little advanced sticking oat rsttT r -:-uke poison. $
what will you do then-"" 1 asked again. their best mathematician after struggling the baker5.w is ia tbe south cf Italy for a few days during the planting ; in every case it would- aacrJ 2=*g 5?

f : Go to America. pla..r God: was the with the problem long enough to Our guide Assured ae that some of this and harvesting of rice. Those who have relief to the pers: bitten, and fia5thr

reply And yet the rich Belfast lace see how much labor was entailed in the bread his been ski to f,>reign museumsfor more land than they and their sons can I ? process was tried in time is3rlw35 Yi 1

dealers showed me handkerchiefs by nc solution made the following ducouraging enormous suis of money, and that till, lease it to their neighbors. ; sect Iium and q c 1

t means as rich and delicate for wave* report upon :t: t,foou.l not be sold at all, no Much land is held on leases given by I, He rinsed his mouth oat

c, ; they easily got 150 each "The final product calm for contains matter what vas the pri-e onered. Haying ancient proprietors to clansmen 1 with w js\y, bat s allovwdid* LIat t
JS.533 -ureithe, first of which are descendants now till it, paying from $7so !, boy says he feels no bad effecmethod f 1t
LAiXW BETTER PAID IX TUE SQCTli.Tt.eir seen this bread, I was curious to seethe
R 1.412 Allowing three figures lo an $14 worth cf rice annually for its use. be used to save bihie. 1I
a peasant sisters of the south are oven ia which it had been baked and .
t inch the answer would be over 1,0'7. Food averages little mere l a dollar :i
more fortunate in the matter of trainingaud found. After a most interesting tour
feet lon To perform the a month for each member LUCK.
; operation: of a farm A.S AERONAUTS i
and through the streets of foundour&eivet
jufi supervision. The Pompeii we ,
generous would require about ''))* OO.(.') f.,ures. er's famil_. One who buys cooks and v
: UUIM of the Presentation convent a: ; suddenly before the house of j Ik .:. +rt eoc Bu.dred Fe.t -tM- 1t
If they can be made at the rate of 1.) a eats his meals alone spends f rom one and
'our hal have assiduously! striven fcr the Porapeiian baker I Y.ces"u'l. FataU. Ia1J2'C
a minute, a person working ten hours a a half to two dollars a month the J'
rifty years to not only secure the best "The houses are rot built tike ours of upon LtLLor'rE. X. C. \U 1 -
day for oX) days in each would be raw material and fuel Two I t
t copies; from the most famous lace makers year tOOaTh .. are without windows withan pounds of fessor William Perry of the .t t
twenty-eight shout it. U. ia multiplying nee costing three and half :
a cents, with .
of southern Europe, but have insisted entrance into the interior which is .* a Balloon Dom\v. made aa an' .
he should make a row of ci- relishes of salt fish
upon constant instruction. Dealing direct square open hall or rather yard whvh. pickled cabbage, I[ Mount HoUy X: Qt twelve rilas t
phers as he does other the and
in figures cheap
vegetables fruits
with the importing houses of America in the better class of houses, contains a costing acent oi Charlotte, ThursdaT esrrr.-,- JI t
t they have been able to pay the best number of figures used would be more fountain and water basin. Into this yard and a half is the ordinary Allowance elevation of 700 feet aba ..i.Il iz the C f
than 23.933.22S That would be the the doors to each laborer for each da'. Abernethy's burst and the escaped **L3
wages known in Ireland for W'ooen'sbOOr. from all the rooms open. The ? gas 1t
precise number of figures used if the advice to a l.uuriow.rotient falling tbe and 1t
n These fifty years of effort have streets serve as drains for the houses as over patschnieit
also brought mast magnificent artistic product of the left hand figure in each well as the streets. Great blocks of "Liv on sixpence a day and earn it," is' to one side in spite of the I
multiplicand by each figure of the multiplier \- followed by De3.rly'er Qiin,!' ". I efforts to free it The fall to tbe g'7st ,
results 'Irish point as the Youghallace l stone serve as stepping stones to pass 1
was always a figure: but. One or two dependent relatives : took onlr about ten seconds
i> calk l.Ii practically perfected into from one side of the street to the other. frequently t
as it is most frequently and yet not always 1 share with him tbe sixpe:1Oe.Ade1eL fortunately: eased by the
an uri combination of old and mod Within the house was also placed the I Perry's shoulder disL."CSt t
?J two figures, the method employed ) Field in Popular Science va
ern stiiclies. cloe. Iy re-sociblhig, and in to obtain* the foregoing result cannot be baking room and the oven was built of Monthly ind back injured and one rib.bra.

{ jnany instances far superior to. some of haslaric stones which were still in good i I The extent of the internal isi 'Jf'
accurately applied. Assuming that the Result of a $and r Kow.OKUSAXS :
the nire 4 specimens of Malines. and i: '. preservation This oven was very much t k3 Demo. He has made more the
cipher is Used on an average once in ten NEw Aug. 7 -A Son-
i like I \'nsiozis and has been hu. o*
H douUf ul if there tie focnJn.ror. those which we see in bakeries
today can
times. 1' .(), k)) approximate? too a*'- cf the country day between pound catchers and policemen I! The injuries are not thought to M I* t
and rnarvelooK day. the
more exquisitely tual number."Boston TransoipLTb present same on one ride and dairymen who r
'.'-iir\l, l work than coints from hun- room a little away from the oven stood have allowed their cattle to pasture on A S oidI r ?
!"h.S u f homes of the sunny vales* of Koh-i-noor MUlald.An also a corn mill of dark gray stones hig l uitls b the subrrbs on the aleideIsm t
: P X. T.
a3assua, Aug. -
*" ifc aj l V.'aterfordTl interesting anecdote is related in similar to our old sugar rrtillL. There resulted 1:1 the desth of Stephen SPring-I Rotmac. private. Company D.rj Stems c

.Tt* H also a bbck Lux in *its. anti the life of Lord John Lawrence in regard was a bole in the upper stone, with a er who was_ assisting the : fre1 regiment committed saic tbli 10-.11'

a white Uiv in thread" both ''PiUowlc""S : to that most famous diamond the Koh bar to pass through which slaves or The Kentucky Klection. I, Jay br drowning hf-alt i:1 1

inaiie by the 1+ ant "UzPi i.noor.Then the precious gem was ;, donkeys* had to turn arooad."--Confectioners LocISTILI. Aug. 9.-Returns from son He lived inWatenpo. BzZfi'sla. t

*.ta sut :!- "Uvpy oM town of Tallow, committed to the care of Lord Lawrencehe Journal the various counties in the state indicate .' tm JCm. .brM t.JP'WYD ,

l fru.u In-: .. .tirt during the lost huft stuffed it into his waistcoat pocket an immense Democratic aajoritv Xeh. : J
,' "ntury l. th nuns of St. JosephVTHL > OO-- and went on with business. Dinner time The Frbt Dresaed 3tea in Loodoo. 1 f t for Sharp candidate for state tres-tI2'eT. traterspout Monday afternoon_
: ,
i arriving, he changed his clothes and 1 Although the London men about town The constitutional convention question jverything. Bridged are gonaDamage a
F ore the best dressed in the world, there is received a majority of faTC1blobi. done bat crops are not







-- I guishing for want of members and the

HAD FAITH EVEN UNTO DEATH. I i various families of knights taken collectively FLORIDA.

HIGH WATERS. I Kegroea Walk Into a Fiery Furnace Because THE KNIGHTS. are in a bad way. -- --

the "Prophet" Dade Them. 'I :'The Open Trades and Labor Cnlo:": THE 'l'ROPIC4TnlXli L1XE..JachonvIlle. .

Blain Ala., Aug. 10. The I Tn3 open trades and labor unions Tampa, and
I most remarkable religious craze pervades 'I II II however, under the banner of the American
ro Thousand Houses Flooded at the negroes near Bessemer and I Is the Once Great Labor Organization Federation are, it is said not only hey West Sytcm.Seliedules .
Ll ll01l.Nebraslia. ,. the country intermediate between that Doomed I holding their own, but in a quiet man-
and ner making steady progress in the Effect 2G ISS9.
rapidly growing place Birmingham. I in May ,
For some tune past an old negro country. _]_ Trains o' this line run on Central Mandard -
he Inmates Driven to Higher named Tobias Jackson has been pro- i The Membership Small and the Died from Distemper. Time, and<
Ground for Safety. claiming himself as Daniel the Prophet : Treasury Reported Empty. BI.AZIU Ind., Aug. 1 >.-Sunday night T., & K. W and S. F. A W. Union de
and doing all kinds of singular, wild I James Spencer, living six iJ1asnorth of pot.

and queer things. The darkies in this this city, died from blood poison. It MV rt India Fast Mail.
iSit' In the nt1rlln ton and Union Pacific section ore ignorant and superstitious I I An Intimate Friend of the General Master was caused by a wound in his face
and Jackson actions and the great .: Workman Says 2>Xr. Fowderly Contemplates coming in contact with & horse having Nu.ri Xo- 14
Y-inl :JtoPPf'd-Several Drovnlng power which he claimed to have been the Jistemper. 1 00 p n+... Jacksonville A r..6 30 a ut
Damage l.normou I: Retiring and Taking:; Cp the Practice 1H ui..iirteu Cove 23
1epurted-The invested with awed the simplemindednegroes. ----- -- p Sprirg..5 a u
G.nta.t JUllroads Radly Damaged by I I1t4110utll !I of Lair-Barry's Rival Order Also 1 1',' .r'.; of :rain \\'ret'ke" 2 4',) p m.....Palatka Junction"....4 2S a m

.ind Inunlatlon :Saturday last he persuaded three Said to He "In tho Soup." TICS.. -, Au;. 10 -The locomotive 2 .!S p m......... ..Pal ttka........ ...-1 2ti a lit
i young negro men that they were thelepresentativea I PHILADELPHIA, Aug. 1 G.-It is again .t-. >.Ufit-boumt train was thrown' :3 2*; p m....... Jlllntiu?tol1:1: 24 a ni
LINCOLN, fief, Aug. tb.-The biggest of Sludraeh, Meshech i| announced that General Master Work from -lu. t"a'k'o miles west of Benson 3; 42 p 111_...... ...>e\ille! ...........:; (<0 a m
Hood that has encompassed this city inca I and Abednego, the three children of Tnesdaj A mil had been removed, 4 ',I) 1 p ni...[) Lantl.Junction...:! W a iu
'was on Tuesday. Salt creek I faith who entered the fiery furnace of.. man Pow erly contemplates resigning. and it is believed that contemplated I 4 oO p m....Orange City June... 1 4$ a 1:1

flinch flows along tho west side of the Nebuchadnezzar of old. He proclaimed : It is said that he realizes that the organization robbery was the object. The tracks of ") n p m........._ :Mutord...........1 13; a m
itis fl destructive torrent and out of I that a furnace where iron was melted and : of the Knights of Labor is men and horses led from the spot. The I .", 37 t p iu........Winter I'ark..1l .".'? p m

is'lei ;, I* ha3 spread over the low- cast into all kinds of forms was the furnace : doomed, and that the truth can no United States marshal his sent officersto fi; 1:3 p v\..........Orl.iiido..........11 40 p in

sort of the city from a half mile ';| of Nebuchadnezzar and that they 1 I longer be concealed. Its membership is follow up the trail. The Southern 7 2"i p m......... ..sinutiee..10 .50 p m

[emu mile m width. There aie2,000j I could enter it and pass through without so shrunken that it would be hard even to Pacific company offer $1,000 reward for 10 Up m..........Tampa........... 7 40 p m
o Oases a m tho pooled district, and the "[ tho smell of fire. j j approximate its actual roster, and its the arrest and conviction of the party or 10) 4"p m...Ar Port Tampa Lv.. t; 3o p M
The three calling themselves i parties concerned. Plllimm IJufiet:
l driven from all negroes | funds are at so low an ebb that bankruptcy Sleeping Carlietueen
opie have >ocu all j the three children of Israel under the : --- -- --- StoW York ..
[I is bound to ensue if deliverance -- :ind Taup: daily. No 27 t.toj ..
bc L. j' influence of their new prophet deliberately -i at Kt :iznmoe fur supper. No14 and 27
cannot be had.
The water has risen until nothing but entered the gate of the cupola. of soon FOE $3,000. connect at Port Tamp with Plant Steamship -

hr high ground has stopped it, and the furnace and rushed headlong before :j The Headquarters in Danger. : Line for Ke',\ WeM and Ha\ana Ship

rom the F btrcet engine house west it they could bo stopped into the white i The beautiful headquarters on North -ail from Port Tampa) on Mmida\s: : and
1:1.11iIBI.Y i -I. x UTD
3 a tchd luko of water for a mile. heat of the melting IrOn. i i i Broad street this city, that cost $45,000 IhurMLitxo'i arrival oi trmis.. No. 27
When failed to out Jackson I cash, may force to be mortgaged and
At 4 clock Tuesday morning the they come CUIH1l''t.:1t Palatka Junction with the Florida -
the prophet proclaimed that he saw even solo at an early date to meet exigencies Southern Kiil\\a
called und
trol was to duty,
i wagon them rising in the air with the smoke of and the present modest expen- ORANGE GROVE ,
:ayhght taw a pitiable sight. Women tho furnace, attended by angels and ditures will have to be cut down still TKVlNs Cm\HO, I H.A\T: >'S'i'itAp

th children m their arms were strtugling said that they would revisit the earth further. I:14A-: :-:!).

through the water, and in every again next Sunday. The negroes pro- PowdcrlyVon't Go to Part... Lv DeLand No fll Noti:;i iI. > NoS7o$ NoS3

crasit Jill tho household goods were pose to meet at church next Sunday and Powderlv himself has been obliged to ON. INDIAN RIVER, I .Junctioni:301t l0l S1' :!:4.t 1-tOpS:50a

float pray awaiting the descent of the three forego his long cherished trip to Luropeand Ar I>eL'md..llH.3p:4i p SOUp 12V pAr :):0 it
All trallic stopped at daylight on the children of Israel. the Paris exposition, as the official IX FINE TlIHIFiY rONDiriO.Y'( I
inndicds of tracks through the Bur- The mother of one of them said when commissioner of the order, because of Delandu S2 XoM Nod; SoSS Xotl

lugton and Union Pacific yards, and at asked about the mutter "I feel jes as the impoverishment of the treasury. Although THREE HOXDR2D i FIFTY TEES .Jiinction.s:8.:, U-lop 2::!-1 p 4:li; 1) 10:: Cit
,eon only the main line track westwardS sho my boy is in heaben as if I'd don' i it has been said that he changedhis IA KLamM'O. 12.Ki20.)| ;>i> 4.0Uii! UhlOp
S Hut u train could move upon it been dar an* seed 'im. Jackson the i mind solely on account of the abuse Trains hs :md 1 tiJ> run daily. all.ethers
1f In (':jc place paralytic was found prophet comman' him to walk de fiery which he was given notice would be Two Hundred in Good! I-':1dn::. daily! eept huddaxSouih ; .

7itb t if wacr: within six inches of eov- furnace an' he 'bleeged ter 'bey 'im. heaped upon him by the continental I Florida A< tonimoilation.No .

Icnng him and he lay helpless until' Anarchists and Socialists in the international :;.
[help relied him. It was stated by I COLORADO CAVE STORY.A workingmen's congress at Paris, b :'(jaw... LJackM.inillf .' .. No. t;.
host( willS from tho flooded district Ilcmarkahle Discovery Reported to yet the true reason is simply a lack ofI WILL GUARANTEE A NIT IX- !H> :U; a m...iireeii; Co\e >I'rin..j.r. 44 4"p 1 tit
that babe drowned in p ni
nt noon was a Been Near I I I funds. 10 2: ..
Hate Blade
Aspeu. a m .P'alatka.Jtirctid ... I 30
house tho creek bank The babe t'OME FROM PRESENT I'ROP n p m
near 1 I
the child of Bohemian and't ASPEN, CoL, Aug. 14.-The Minnie Ills Salary. 10 .V a in......... ..Palatk-j..... .....4 4"p in
[was was sitting in a n high, The mine on Aspen mountain was the scene During his stay at tho headquarters OF 10 PER CENT OX PRICE.LOCK 11 17am........ lluntii :;tun..4 (H) p m

othcA. in taking the other children ton of a discovery Saturday that has produced I here he encountered delay in the receiptof 11 40 :i m............>c\ille ........__.'! .'>!> pin

plo of safety, left it and when she more excitement in camp than his salary. At the Indianapolis convention I 12 'Mp m... I Land!I Junction ...2 4S p m

jcturuod for it the chair had fallen over the richest strike in the Aspen district (I he voluntarily suggested a re- A DlR1::: A, 12 4spm... Orange (""it..JUlll' ...2 :.;; p rn
'n tho water and the babe was drowned. Friday evening the night shift I|I duction of his own salary from $5,000 a 1 20 I p m..Ar ,.aufunl 1.\.1 :).') pm

\t o'clock tho rumor wus very cen- drilled two deep holes in the breast of year to 33,000. At the lessened rate of (' BOX t 4i( TlTTSVIIiLK, il Dally !xtivd' 'tl Jacksonville and Palatka;
that three drowned. Tho salary he will receive just as much as if ulexcept bund:u south of l'tlatka.0.
tra* men were the COO foot level and touched off the
the former rate were theoretically continued !'I.'III'9 :3 conneCts at Palatka with Fla. So. K '.
lr1lgt.i i* enormous. blast just before coming to the surface. )

t loodeti. Saturday, upon returning to the mine, .JUdiSOU\'illt' aiitl Nan lord Accommodation.
Ivuu u* they found that the blast had blown a Force of Clerk Cut Dots .
KANSAS CITY, Mo, Aug 10.-Reports However with the reduction of I ,
into beautiful ,
The salary
passage way a cave. ...w. :)
of the damage by Tuesday morning's walls were covered with crystalized II there is a reduction in the amount of W. E. KNOX i 3: fit mo.t.Jack.omilIt' No.. 7i
1 l' Ar..12
term aro being received.All 13pm
lime and lead and stalactites projectedfrom \orkto be done. The duties of the r 41
1 railroads suffered heavily by the p lu..UrerueveSpring... J140 am
the The grand master workman now merely
ceiling. party passed 7 :22 ..
m P.llatka
p Junction....
inundation. .10 4r
storm from washouts and along into another cave of similar nominal. The force of clerks at the 7 ;JO P Hi...........Palatka .........10 a. in
|The Santa Fo railway for miles this sidef 40, m
has been down House & Painter
then crossed of freshwater headquarters cut to a
beauty, a pool
S 50 ... ,
in .....Huntin
Topeka, is completely washed away. third handful. The functions of the i p ?toiu. ... D 5:) a m
and to
though the Union Pacific is the only came a chamber, in and treasurer have been general ,, '> S:! P m..........Seville.. .... ... .) 37 a ius
startled find
which they to a petrified secretary combined
10 .V ....
road left intact by the storm between p iu .De-land Junction.. 49 a ut
and the work of the
with flint
stone and bowl running ma-
man a ax: by I
[Kansas City and Topeka, yet in places his side. chinery of the order has become purely TITrSVlLLK i'LA. 10 5"; p m...Orange CitJune... 1. 2."> a m
lit is under two to three feet of water Other stone men were found all in the mechanical and perfunctory. I 11 !r 0t in...... Ar Sanford Lv.... SOt. m
iThe storm played great h:1YOOitb the Daily t.'XCl"l'tundI)'.
awe position. They were seated with to
Preparing Reolgn. .
tracks between this city and Omaha \u. 78 connects at Palatka Junction w ith I
their heads their knees and their
on A bosom friend of Mr.
Almost foot of' between Powdorly says Florida Southern
country Railway.
every arms clasped around their legs. In attempting -
t Kansas and is covered with he is fiting himself for the practice of Will Estimate
for Taint
City Topeka to lift one of the mummies the or Sjinford and I.alitKustin Uailuu) .
law, and is now prepared to hang out
water, and the corn in that territory
crop broke off tho and discovered Indian River.
men arms his professional shingle. ing anywhere I'KAVJ; AKIUVE
is badly dlamagetL1'illfam that the figures would crumble unless No. 113 No Ill No 110 No n 25:10.p
Ourrens, blinded by tho ram, tenderly handled. Disheartening. Can do all kind of either 4 .* f
Graining, m : >0 a ill..StnfnnL.Ft'0 a b-t 5>> pin
drove into the Bluo river, near Clinton, The ranks of the knights in the industrial -
The figures are supposed to be the 3 :27 4 VJ! ...
Kan. and was drowned. and manufacturing centers in Oil or Water-Colors, representing Oak, : p in : a iu Pwl'i 1> a $:2:! pm
people who preceded the Indians on 3:;>0 in ft 37 a 11l. 'utl.7H: 7.40
p rr
Frederick W. Chase was struck by this continent. The mine was sur- throughout New England and New Ash Cherry, Walnut or Jlalogany.WoodFilling fi:01) 6.17 a pin
pill a m.MtDora.722 7:20
at Olatha and killed. Jersey in Baltimore a pm
lightning Wilmington,
rounded hundreds of all
by people >;:HI iu (.::oO; a ta.'I'avart'.7:10 7 IK)
p :t :
At Lcaen worth an ice houso was undermined anxious to the this city, Pitts burg and the west, as wellas pm
by a stream of water and fell explore caves.A in New York City and its vicinity, & Hard-Oil Finishing. Daily t'Xl.t.'l'tUl1c1:,\'. No. 113 connect
:Stanford: with W,,:,t India Fast Mail. No.
to the pound. MURDER MY8TERY. have been depleted to an extent that is
At Atchison several buildings were disheartening to the friends of the 110 connect- Santonlwith Jacksonville
blown down and several narrow escapes The Dead body of a Youutf Woman FoundIn I order. PAPER HANGING and Sanford :tccoinmodation for i>oinU
the Wood Near IHrmlngham., Alu. involution X ort It.
are reported. Everywhere.
At 1: alls City, Una., ,J. M. Boorais I BIRMINGHAM, Ala., Aug. IH.-A hor- The dissolution of assemblies has Indian River HAprrsn.N .
tarn was struck by lightning and rible and mysterious crime has been discovered taken place bv the hundred almosteverj"where. :::K.als ora.1.n.1.n.g: : : ('. 27 No. 7b

burned in Henry county, in the extreme and in tho former strongholds 1 00 p. in..Lv. Jacksonville Ar..l2 43: p in

Storm of Wind Had Sand In New Mexico.: southeastern part of this state. of tho once all-powerful knightsthe AM 2 40 p m..Palatka Jum.tion..l0 45 p m

ALBCQUEKQUE, N. M., Aug. 16.-Tuesday Saturday last George J. Peacock a name and purpose of the organization : :! 4$ p 1II..P:- : ..........10 40 p m

afternoon the people of Albuquerquewere farmer, found in the woods near his are a thing of the past. STENCIL WOJRK:, 0 42 u in...........JJvUlIe........... i* 37 pill
frightened by the raging of a terrible houso the dead decaying body of a Only a Few Lett In Philadelphia. 4 2t) p iu... DeLand Junction.. S 40- in

thunder and wind storm precededby beautiful young woman. The woman In this: city-the'' head and center of ANTIQUE AND MOSAIC 1 37 p ri........Ente rpri e._...... 8 04 p in
sharp flashes of lightning. Hugewhirlwinds had been several days dead, and had the knights' organization and seat of its Ij; ;30 p m..Ar Titusville Lv.. fi 00 a ruDaih'

of sand came down from the been killed by a blow on the head, general government the 80,000 mem- except Sunday. Steamers lea\eTi-
mountains occurring at intervals and which crushed her skullIt bers in good standing that were count- G-1ass S" : tuille dail>'.except Sundty, for all points

blinding pedestrians. The clouds were was evident she had not died without ed in the official rolls three years ago to Indian laver as tar south ft as Melbourne
heavy and dark but no lain came. a struggle as the ground around the scarcely 2,000 remain. Only a few veterans For Decorating ChurcheDuelling* at tiO4); :, m Meimer leave Melbourne

Lightning struck the telegraph wires body bore evidence that a fight for life are left to hold the name of the and all Public Buildinir: Monday':, Wiilnc<< :'davs and Fridays at 3:(K)

near tho freight depot stunning a num- had taken place. The outer dress and organization a m for all point south as tar a> Jupiter,
ber of clerks. A driver and team were undei'clothing were all of fine qualityand I The Chicago Session StgnU1c nt.I St p'dal) attention to all inside! Fin :,ltint connecting then with stage for Juno and all

killed on the mesa by tho same flush of fashionable make. The clothing Iandi.r; on l.ike ',"urtli.Hulilnx .
executive I I
had not been disturbed, but there I II
lightning i I board at Chicago was more significant I Hiier Kxprc.,1.o. .
no jewelry nor any article about the I t than it was supposed to be. Very Respectfully, : :27 No. 7b
body by which it could be identified.No .
The local dissensions in districts Nos.
I 100 p in...Lv JackuwiUcrl 43 m242pm
He Sends e narrel Safety Orer Niagara, I young lady in that section is missing 24 and 57 needed some outside quieting 1" W. R. KNOX. ..... \ Palatks \"....1040pm

Hut It Sinks Later. and no one answering the influence to be sure but the real fact is ---- --- -- --- :.i 00) p IM......LI'alatka Ar..... l> 33 p mt
has been descrip.I'
BCTFALO, Aug. 15.Carlisle D. Gra- tion vicinity of the The body coroner had seen Mr. Po derly found that the order was Notice of tilt Formation of the ; 00 p m..........Ormond......... tl 25 p mJ
actually dying out in the west through 2; ....Ar Daytona Lv' .... .
ham is determined to navigate Niagara and is it for | ) p m. 0 U0 XJ a ri
embalmed now holding I
neglect, and conceived the plan of hold- Titus 'llle t.lneh''J' C'om- .
Fall, and Sunday attempted the feat identification. Daily except
sessions of the booM at different I
ing '
I laU For additional limes at station not named
with barrel which
expemnentally a new I instead of at in
WAS IT A MIRAGE? points headquarters! abuse and for general information
he built from the I
on a order to counteract that tendency The name of this corporation > hall l he
others that were wrecked in the rapids. I The City of Montreal Photographed FromMuir'v lot Properl Repreented. "The TiUmille Cemetery f'omian\" Its city ticket office.'rickets .
The barrel of white oakstaves t on sale at City Ticket Office, No.
heavy !
was principal office hall be at Titns'HItmll
Glacier, In Alaska.
Morris L Wheat, of the Iowa
inchesin state assembly 03 West Bay street an.l.t Union de1d.t..J..1. .
the feet long thirty-three B. C. 14. Professor its general buoincv* the laying out, Iwanli.=
VICTORIA, Aug. the
officer froma
is .
diameter and bound with iron bands.It only general LlUNHID, (i. D AChLUIt. ; \',
who has visited the Alaskan locality west of Detroit Mich. and lying and selling cemetery loU at a placeto 1
was fixed inside with a hammock in Willoughby. !, (;en. Pa .". Ajt.
l hereafter and
> purchased convenient
which coast for many years a short time ago the position of worthy foreman which e D. F. JACK, Ue'neral Manager.
a dog was placed. I Titns\ille The of !
he tills is nominal It is to amount capitaltook ___
merely '
ret Canadian visited Muir's glacier and took a shot at remarked
Graham the barrel in -
go authorized hall l be four thousand dollar
I that the members of the THE
current two miles above the cat- it with his camera. Ho was startled by I general to IK paid in"lull and u .etl fur the
executive board with up
remarkable result. It the I are one exception,
aract afternoon. In most was
at 4:15 Sunday a j
chatami of
twentv minutes it dashed safely of a grout city, with rows' ofnigh from minor points, and that Pittsburg improvement cemetery prop-
over lice-eight precipice and reappeared in phantom warehouses factories with high I I is the only thereon.great industrial oeutei represented erU. The the corporation time ot filing hall its date article: it- exi.tenet'irum ofav ..- NEW DRUG STORE

the torrent below the falls. The craft chimneys stately residences and elegant ...ciation and b\-laws with thc Secretary
floated around the base of the falls church spires. i On. Plnn of Reconstruction I I
near of State and complying with the provisions has <'n band a Fine Assortment of
for thirty-ihe minutes and finally sank. Various were the conjectures as to the I Mr Po\\derly proposes an enthusiastic of the law the organization
Graham md that the water entered locality from which the shadow was revival of the Knights of Labor in governing <>tcorporations

I {hough air-holes left for the dog to e\olvetl Victoria, Seattle Portlandand t the coming autumn. One method that of and hall continue for llitr peril i FRESH DEUGS.AKo .

I breathe, and the sinking oould not nave San Francisco were all suggested has been adopted to check the processof M tW'cnt'cars
I happened had ho been in it Graham but none met the requirements. At I utter disintegration is the remissionof The business of the eotupanyhail be AKo, REMEDIES. UfAKAX-

rill build a duplicate of the barrel and last a French Canadian recognized the arrears in dues and the reconstruction ,I conducted by a president, ice-prenle, TEED TO CURE the DL-eaM-s for which
, go over in it himself in ten days I Windsor hotel the dome of the new f of lapsed assemblies without charging I secretary and treasurer, who shall con..titute t I tlll'lre Recommended.IF .
I Catholic church near the hotel, and i the usual fees for charter and reinstatement I the l>oa1ui directors, and Jiall for I
II I the first be the undersigned incorporators AFTfK {":-l\'(. A\\ u}' TII J:, \'OfAKL
Notre Dome with Mount Royal in the i year
The Keeper. distance. The mysterious city was the ,f Foreign Field I in the order named.: The shall be MTT ATt'lLJ'"fIU: TilE K4>ULT,

Atitru.nscr. just arrived at city !board- i I' phantom of Montreal, nearly 4,000 miles ;j jaway But even this fails in attaining the elected fur each wb pient year upon the YOUR MONEY. WILL BK CHlhRKlLLY. R>:-
I has had first Monday! in July, andhall hold office
The professor a large object designed and the only hope left the
fag house table and boarders be 1\'e live ctire-alN but difFUNDED.
whose '
: until their vuccf nrs are elected and i no a
I number of his pictures struck off>:
found not at all to his liking, fell into i managers seems to ba in conducting a 'luaJii I I ferent Remedy for Each CIi-v of Disease
A Clew Found at I} propaganda in new and foreign(fields. for Aflections of the Liver, Heart
conversation with a quiet looking I Some degree of in this directionhas 1 The highest amount of intlebtednexs;: or Lungs
who sat near him in the dining room. ; A oK.\, Minn., Aug. 1C.-Magnus ,i been achieved success of late in England, liability to which the company can at anytime i and Kidneys: ; for Female Complaints; and<<

"I say, madam," said he softly ""have I Johnson was murdered July 22 and the i France Belgium Sweden, Norway and subject itself shall not exceed one- also Ointment; for Eczema, Kingworm,
clews the assassins i Tetter and other Di of the Skin.
you been a prisoner long in this-this case was without Australia. hilf the capital tock. est*
tnenaserie?" until yesterday. Chief McFall gained! I Barry' Rival Order. President, DWIGUT. TCTTLI, Give them a trial and jouTtH not bedi
some evidence regarding the suspicious Vice-President ISAAC E BROWSSecretary >appointe l.
"H'mr! said the lady; 'prisoner!fl'ttnct1y actions of several parties and yesterday Meanwhile Barry's rival order of the
thevord in my case. You see/ arrested John Jackson J. F. Linguist Knights of Labor and the improved andpunned Treasurerr, GEO.' 'M.S.GRAHAM ROBBIXS, J. B. SCREVEN, Druggist, .

run the landlady/ d it's me that feeds I Charles Swansen Chris. Thomson and order begun by the original associates 1t5., TITUSVILLE, Fu\ 1
the animalsr Youtb'8 Companion Frank Flin.K oj Uriah H. Ste.vens are, lan


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1 THE FLORIDA STAR. I II'U I THE sentence of death passed upon I I School Hoard. |1 County Court Court.ever held inI Tb Qaeatiou Before the Pmitofv 0.
first County
Mr:*. Maybrick, by Judge Stephens the I The estimates were revised and submitted :j The the I purtxuent.WASHINGTON .

p J.lSHEDRY THURSDAY. Liverpool assizes, for the murder ot her i to the Board of County GommisSlOner5. \I Brevard county was convened at I II Aug. 13.-'l'ht! q

i Titusville, Monday week : of Sunday work in the .,
House _
Court ,
husband; has caused great commotion in i To support the increased DumI go\
ELLIS B. WAGESlior 1 and Pnlsler. : Thursday. Judge M. S. Jones postal service is seriously cn
Fngland. It is aid that new evidencehas I I ber of schools and continue the necessary: I j and I attention of
I postoffice offij: !!q,
and Mr. J. T. Sanders was pros- i
$J.r.o per :finnum.f been produced by her lawyers, which improvements in buildings and equipments presided question is net now to the d "
I for the State, assisted! by: -'
throws:! a doubt on the case as to whether required a larger amount. than '( ecuting attorney Fifty years :ago it rraa COlLcri ._'-;
the lint at TitusrilleasSecondClot \ Geo. M. Bobbin The following i is I and since that tune various
Entered at Office she murdered her husband or not. A: me- heretofore under the control the Board t Mr. II I
Matter. : list of the cases that were brought up orders relating to SRnday work b1 ::
amounted to a I
the Bills and
,i morial has been sent to government audited paid ,i eminent postal employes have

THE STAR i is the OFFICIAL new-paper signed by 100,000 people in Liverpool, $316.40.The j for trial : I. made. These orders have been as. ,l
merchants most of the examined \! MINOtt CASE}. I ent as they have numerous no to v
for Ilrevard county. as well as by 200 treasurer' report was: j. *
State vs. Ceaser! (col.), concealed weal them being
barristers and solicitors of the Liverpool. and approved. I. With the growth of the postal s-

The Star ha! the Largest! circulationof circuit and over eighty members of the lS8 '. SCHOOL FUND. 1>K. Plead guilty and sentenced to ten Sunday work has increased, :ultl he-,'

any paper on the East' coast of Fla. House: of Commons, praying for the reprieve Aprl.! 1st, To bal. from last report 't I dav- .' hard labor. avoid working on Sundays, and at

of the condemned woman. The ............. .........:.... .....$ #- ")JApd.lst j I State vs. Fisher: (col), assault and bat- same time supply the demands of tit
I is problem which
A SQITAHE one Inch in space; 2t squaresrnaku reed from sheriff(Loslev i Verdict, simple :lS:5iUlt.11(1 sentcnced public, a to-day' |
chief medical in Lon tery. solution
a column.Foriulvertl.injr. Jsiniet, the journal liquor fine)........ ......... 100 00 I to be no nearer than it iS
R + rates enquire of the K.litoralways don, says the evidence against Mrs. May- Aprl., reed of E. \\ Hall...... 1061 11 |I to ten days' hard labor. years ago or at any tune since the
I'nclo-ing two <-ent stamp. conclusive that the I State vs. Rod Grover. Verdict not tiou first attracted the attention of
: brick was to jury Aprl. 30, reed of A. A. Stewart officials. There
., office e eeecw to
could come'to no other conclusion than (fines)...... ............ ........... 00 I guilty. direct conflict between the reUgja be &

ONE of the few remaining places in find her guilty of the murder of her hus. May 11. recd. from E. W. Hall.. :iSO 34 I LIQUOR CASE and business elements of the coastrj 5,
0 May 30 reed from comptroller.. :332: 00 settlement of this
the a sdaT
The indictments found! by urging qc
; I/mdou associated with the writings of band. However, although she is an June 8, reed from comptroller.. $9! 00 The former rune Jun.anje4 three*
; ; the famous White the deter 362 88 grand jury were all quashed: as being fatally -
i Charles Dickens American, English people are I:. Hall. petitions letters. and appeals thatS! .
.. ., ,. ..... 226 58 defective under a recent decision of work in the postal service
.4 Hart, in the borough, where Mr. Pick- mined to leave no stone unturned to prevent day shoulib?
c. *. ..... 213 29 reduced to minimum while
bet demolished. the Supreme Court. a tlwb .
wick met Sam Weller-is about to her being hanged, and that they element have
I i constantly
ness nrsej
i' Its demolition is required by will gain their object :seems very evidentat July, total for quarter..........:$3403:: 02 I The prosecutions under information creased postal facilities regard!esa
the were
i tt a firm of hop factor Pickwickians present. While some newspapers think Warrants paid... ........... ...... ... 270.1 80 conducted preferred by by Mr. county J. T. Sanders attorney: and Mr. whether the week work days.was performed a&

; of Titusville, please shed a tear. Judge Stephens and the jury rather has Geo. M. Robbins. Mr. H. F. Atkinsonand Sundays or of
9 This
i-i -- --- ty, others say that, according to the evidence Bal. in hand July 1, 1SSI L.. $697 22 Mr. I 1). L. Gaulden were for the de prominently question brought to the atpcstoffioB war n b a't

13 ONE hundred and thirteen man-of-war they had no alternative but to From the record the warrants issued fense. officials during the

,.t 1 hhips were placed in position for review find her guilty, of murder. It i is rumored from October to August 5th, inclusive, Frederick Loaley: plead guilty after I I stration of.. President G etelanj ai
when Mr. was
at Portsmouth during the Emperor ofGermany's that Home Secretary Mathews will recommend amounts to $5,832.99; balance on hand I amendment of the information laid Congress had J".LSSL'llIlIa postmaster w prpviliajj gwar 4
October 1st 1888, $1,074.83: received against him, and the State went to trial on tfcj
Victoria deliverr
visit to England. crews to Queen a commutation letters having a special jon
from State and 4,756.03: ; total information against Chas. E. King, securing them should U iiuuedntelr &
alone of these modern war vessels numbered of the death sentence of :Mrs. May-
a verdict of guilty. King gave Bred their receipt at .1: rfL.
f over 21,000. A single shot from a brick to penal servitude for life, and that balance and receipts! $5,830.8<;j. notice of an appeal but subsequently the United on States where the 7 post(*** ,fc;:

gun of one of these ships weighed 1,800 the commutation of the sentence will be By the operation of the new law the withdrew it. ery systemwas: in o:> mtio:.. Thi

pounds, and a broadside fire consumed announced after the queen has given her term of office of the members of the The fines imposed were ;$150 and costs construed by Mr. t :1aa. to cicau '.3(

of formal assent.UI'S Board of Public Instruction ended August against Lesley and $25 and costs against this class of fetters sh ,.M I* ''leii I
:3,000 pounds powder. King. The costs will amount to about seven clays in the week: (tore SuaiLri x
-- -- -- 7th.
--------- week ) tiad ha Lsauel
$30 in each case. well as days. to
# LOUD, long and deep are the grumb AXJ flOWXF 1 X LIFE.A The change in the law required the It is:: certainly getting very unpleasantfor structions to that c&cct

lings that may be heard on our streets at couple of weeks ago we published a immediate reorganization of the Boardof the violators of the liquor law. The Then hale imncxlbto1'l'I".e I
clamor from religious bodies th rrh
+ the deplorable and dangerous conditionof report of two Englishmen who are fighting Public Instruction. Pursuant to a grand jury meets on the 3rd of next the dt :
t month, and another term of the County the country against; ',;:::4
our sidewalks. Marshal Titus says he against hard odds in this countrySir call from the county superintendent, the Court is held in November. of the Sabbath and ')ft.tios* ij*

has done his duty in the matter by reporting Francis Osborne, fourteenth baronetof members met at the Court House Au- Attorney Sanders proposes: to file in- memorials piled into the p Iyr-,&> '*.

partmeut bv the thousands asiicj &*
g the condition of the sidewalks to his line, who was recently working as gust 8th. :Mess-rs A. L. Hatch, Jno. M. formation for every sale he can get evidence the instruJtions be i voht-l lia &

and it remains Dixon and Hon. W.' T. Norwood having of ; and Judge Jones has shown no hand the bu
the proper quarters, now a common laborer in a saw-mill on the other :>ineso men ci 'j*

+ for our Town Council to do its duty and South Florida railway at $1 a day, and been appointed perfected the organization. der disposition the administration to allow legal of quibbles justice to in hin-his cpnntrv tion. The he.utilHl1llr sentiment :against I the Such iram-

I ) enforce the law as it stands, and thus the other is the brother of Sir Drummond Mr. Jno. M. Dixon was; elected court. : work was so strong, so respectable

i save our townspeople and visitors from Wolff, K. C. B., Queen Victoria's minister chairman .... -- so earnest that President Clerriol

11 ; serious accidents which may be the director plenipotentiary to the court of Teheran Supervisors were appointed to those The Twoew: Steamer took the matter under consideration:
the instructions of Mr. Vibs life
indirect cause of their untimely de who is acting as a in a schools over which recommendations has wes
porter gro- TITUSVILLK! Aug. 20, 89. drawn and postmasters left to their &

mise. cery !Store in Jacksonville. been received, as follows:; : Editor Florida Star : I cretion in carrving out the special .

f - -- To-day we publish the names of two 1, LaGrange, J. )I. Feaster ; 2, Titus- livery law on sun days.
SIR-As Mr. Wager i is away, perhapsMr. It remains in that condition tocat.
THE !stringent system of currying out ville J M. Dixon 18 colored) Ti-
more Englishmen, who have been more ;
1 Walton is not aware that Capt. Watson In some cities this class of letters trt
the law at our new County Court i is to fortunate in obtaining the good things of tusyille, Jno. M. Dixon ; 3, City Point, superintendent, and E. B. Fitzgerald! not delivered at all on Sunday;a oties

.r be commended. If we have laws let this life. One is Mr. J. B. Watson, who A. L. Hatch ; 4, Rockledge, II. F. Wil Chief Engineer of the Indian River onlv a few hours during the uaj.. ands

g them be carried out ; but if they are not has just died at Sydney at the age of 6.1 ; Hams ; 5, Eau Gallic. J. E.1.. Hodgson ; Steamboat Company, returned last Friday no Iwo cities are the deliveries nsJe::
whole d
the hour. This
from Del. where same question
fit to be carried out, they should be re 7 Orchid Frank Foster S Minis' Harry Wilmington, they
an Australian quartz reef king, and one ; had been to prepare specifications and Sunday work special latter Jelmry.

pealed. The prohibitionists, the purvey. of the richest men in Australia, whose Roberts ; 11, Canaveral, James M. Kingston plans for two new steel-hull steamers to window letter delivery railway pca

ors of strong drink, the business men, wealth is without limit. He was: a native ; 16, Courtney. S. Sams ; 17, Mer- run on Indian River the coming season. car work star route and conakrej stet
will be taken
moralists and ministers of churches can of Paisley, and emigrated with hisfather' ritt, A. F. Lapham ; 22, Cocoa, R. N. Their plans:: etc., were accepted by President by routes Postmaster General up Wanasuler nall

now rest assured that thingsare not going family from England to Sydney, Andrews ; 26, Turubull, A. J. Carter; Young and and the steamers: have been its different phases on hid ret=
ordered it is fixed fact that
a they
to be in Titusville as they were some time and 27 Ankona George Jaeger 28 Cocoa from his vacation. FoatofSce oflioi
afterwards ,
to California and Sand ;
will come and be here by December 1st.; with 0-i iterest
look forward to ita settlement
i since. High license or no license appearsto hurst, and finally to the Bendigo GoldMine (colored), Butler Reed ; 29 t, Melbourne These steamers will be similar; to the St. but because of the oo &

r be the cry at present ; but at the same where he made a fortune, estimatedat (colored), Wright Brothers. Lucie in appearance, with compound en- terests hardly expect a solution fl tat!

$1: time we must remind our prohibitionist two hundred millions of dollars. This It was ordered that the minimum num- gines, electric lights and all modern im- question that will be satisfactory to tIt!

friends that it was a Titusville jury that ber to form a school board shall be eight.I provements.One religious element, the business Iced
t really places Vanderbilt in the shade : of these (the night boat), \sill and the government itself.
in the verdicts of This limit does isolated children
guilty against not
brought deprive -
The other one is Colonel John Thomas form, with the St. Lucie, a daily line
the late law-breakers.! from receiving aid capita, i from Titusville THE GEORGIA DUELI3TS
North per provided to connectingwith
,, who i is known in England and Jupiter
--V----- South America as the nitrate king. Abouta they comply with the regulationsand I the Jacksonville, Tampa and Key They Burn Sou. Powd.rad ****
THE yellow-fever outlook to this under West Railway Titusville for all points
up proper supervision.The UiiutU-To be Pro outed.
year ago he was a sort of lion in Lon I north and west, and at Jupiter with the
i date is everything that can be desired don superintendent was authorized to : ATLANTA, Go.. Aug. 15.: -Tha uDf
society. The Prince (Ifrale was Jupiter and Lake Worth Railway for
1 t Up to now the STAR has not received an entertained by him and the British nobility purchase account and record books for i Lake Worth and points south. The other along the Rome and Docatur road &*

+ intimation of any suspicious} cases in the seemed the Board ; also a :supply of blank bills.E. will be fitted up handsomely as a day urday afternoon was a. most eiaisf
to be glad of a chance to :Messrs. Calhoun and Willii3 2.
f.p 1 < late yellow-fever districts: of Florida, although Sydney Williams was appointed as boat and will be run from Daytona or one.
shake his: hand, and they eagerly sought Ormond to Titusville, connecting at both the duelists, were twice chased tr
t the OmeNS of the Marine Hospital State student from this the fill
invitations to his entertainments. These a county to ends with the Jackxmville, Tampa arid chosen grounds by officers. It was

service have been ordered to keep a entertainments were so magnificent andcostly East Florida Seminary, Gainesville, Fla. Key West system of railways The routeis dark when they pitched upon a
harp lookout for yellow-fever. We believe destined just 2-.X) yards from the Goon 3 bin
s ; that Order No. 3-The boundaries of school to be one of the most attractive -

the first case at Jacksonville last they were described at lengthin No. 2 : The whole of the Titusville in- and popular ones in the State. Alabama Ca t. JacksonMr.
the leading Loudon journals.Col. The certainly deserves Calhoun with his back ib
year broke out. or was: reported, un July and company great
.l North hs had a very remarkablecareer. corporation, commence at Joseph credit for the enterprise and determination squarely against the heaviljcloaWmoon }
's. The summer is pa. ,ing away pleasantly Gruber's and follow the Titusville and "
He is only about 45 years of age they have shown in sparing no pains and Mr. KinK pl3Cllli.

and as we opine that no yellow fever and l<>ok. much LaGrange public road west to John M. i or expense to open up the travel to this ian on in front of a eaplio3. Dr

R will break out tbis.'a-orl. our Indian younger. Twenty-two Feaster's: house ; thence in a :southerly. !section of the :State.:; The Jacksonville, : weapons used were Sruitn: .t Weser
years ago he was a boiler-maker in Yorkshire Tampa and West 42.c libcr hammerlesa with saftttf'
Key of which : ,
< River residents may expect a great rush direction to Mrs. Allaire's house thence system ( : i!
England. To-day he is worth $10- ; the steamboat tachtuent The word was given is ;
company is a part), under
: of tourists from the north the >>
; coming C -
due south to the Dele Grant line iron
000,000, and his prospect for being worth :;pine ; its able management, are spending thousands succession. die shot came

winter. $100,000,000 in the thence south two miles; thence turn at of dollars in advertising, and in hoiin'e pistol and five from Wi
1 next ten i,
years ex-
y .
r -- other waot!p boom this
Indian River thence section and to
cellent. When he right angles east to : 8OIl'tj".A
jH wa 2tt: years of age induce travel. The ThrlllluK Tableau.
THE departure of Hadji Ha vein Ghooly north the river Titusville. people should now
; : along
i'o + he went to Chili and riveted boilers in do their part to accommodate and enter- Then Calhoun with four char"

: I Khan, the Persian minister, from the town of Huasco. His chance for for- JOHN M. I>IXOS. tain their visitors and to induce them to aimed at Williamson, telling 11.

4 Washington in high dudgeon the otherday tune came at the close of the war between August 10 1 lw.>t. locate with us. To help towards this the had his life in his hands and .0 r

%t has an exceedingly funny side that -- ------ steamers will stop at all landings when him to retract. Williamson dec1i
Peru and Chili. .\ of the Wuvelantl.A do unless tfuaroweJ
part spoils do so Calhoun
they can so with safety. Docks
: takes it of the of
out ordinary di Jy
range cost
\\hich: Chili got from Peru was the province meeting was held on the 12th inst. be prepared by those who have hotels or sonol reflection. During it:1 ....

appeared; of Tarapoca It became the northern Waveland by the citizens living in boarding-houses where they wish the matio Capt. Jaokson incident found occurred it nCCCSS It Van l1tosent FJ
steamers to land. Should
r province of Chili. Its mountains are the vicinity of Gilbert's bar to considerthe visitors be car- his pistol and threaten toia-

i,.rl i ; woman who should do his type-writing rich in nitrate of soda, but nobody seems::! opening of that inlet. with the following who ried by neglect and locate to provide somewhere them else, those either Mr. King or tics Willfeajf t J
and at the same time teach him the Englih accommo they moved Capt Jackson stood "'
to known how to make out result dations can blame but *
money : no one themselves ww1
4 between the.0 duelists
The way
language. minister is noted
of these nitrate mines before Co!. North It selected C::pt. Richards, of Eden ; I that the beauties and attractions: of their held the pistol, and the tableau wa t cs-
for his and and the
long prominent nose, got I possession of them. He got his concession H. E. Old and W. H. Baker, of 1,1 eve- i i particular sections are not seen and ap.precitte tremely thrilling. After the two P
type-writer pinched this part of his face. 'eight [ tlemen had shaken hands Capt Ji
years ago for a comparatively land, aa managing committee, whose Don't let us be afraid of threw his Calaoca
saying, "Lordy, what a beak you've got, doing something arms around
small sum. He began to mine the duties are to get and collect subscriptions for the steamboat They have kissed
ft # giving him to understand that this was him.The
nitrates once, and now he owns rail to the amount of $500; to place I certainly done much for all" sections of Law After lh.u -

the polite thins to do in ultrafashionable ro d5. steamships! Bailing vessels:; many the same on deposit; to receive bids and I this river, and deserve all we can do for Pat. Calhoun returned to At.bnts5
circles. Shortly after, :Mr. Khan was them. The business of
at miles of iron the river day and J. D. Williamson is in
square and coal lands and make for i proper
contracts work
a reception at Secretary Whitney's, whose: nitrate ; elect a u is light, and no one can believe the Governor: Seay of Alabama, allJwSlntenhon '
t wife has: a very well developed smelling mines:; that are almost inexhaustible. place for the inlet ; to pay over the money i steamboat company pay expenses from of demanding the <* '

The nitrates, are used as a fertilizer to the contractor thirty days after the the business the river alone affords ; and tiou of the duelists. Governor t***:*

1g t apparatus. The minister at once approached and a market is found for them in European inlet i is opened, provided it is at that timea all should remember this when they feel of Georgia, says he will honor the :
t Mrs. Whitney, seized" her inclined foUghZ
- nose countries. to lose their temper because its quisition. As the duel was;

between his thumb and finger, and par success. Three hundred dollars was business is not conducted just as they the state line there is just n nceft
-- and will be subscribed at Eden and wish it to be.'bat would enough about it to raise the troub
rot-like repeated the lines he had learned please
: .. one iJ not
HackmtUck: ." a listing and Ira rtrtit would olFend another question of jurisdiction. It
I i Lords, what :L beak you've got.:' Con- Price :5 and iO etui*. sold by Dickson ptrfume.X drey, Waveland. As soon as $500 is raised the i ten(lent has no and task the su put- thin that the spot could to tenfc,.ed.f.t
Titusville, FlaShiloLe's will advertise for bids for the 1 i easy in trying to
ateraation seized the swell assembly and managers reconcile these ditfer the parties got otl'in the dark "
-- ----- --- work, and award to the lowest and best t nces. the duel and hastily left the growSportt
Ghooly Khan was got out and to his residence : Cure Hill immediately relieve Croup, Superintendent Watson also informs
Whooping Cough and Bronclutw Sold bv Dicksoa bidder. W. H BAKER, 1 us that
us quietly as po .ibl(. From that & lirey, Titu!ville, Fla Secretary of Board.I I arrangements are being perfected 6Zb
for an increased g'> p
time out the name of the Persian minis express service in Connection to rtt4-; 'y.
-- --- -
----- --- ----- Jake KUrain to is *
with the fast mail trains leaving says anxjou
ter did not appear on the lists of those For Dyspepsia and Liver Complaint :ion have a Are yon made: miserable by indigestion, Constipation. 5vrlle daily. Express Charley Mitchell in tba prize rln.- 1
primed guarantee on every bottle of Shiloh's Vi. Diziness, Loss of Appetite, Yellow Skin? matter will be John L. Sullivan waa arraign*.*
inviteJ to receptions at which all the Ubzer It never fails to cure. Sold by Dickaou 4 Sliiloh's Vitalizer is a positive Cure. Sold by Dick- handled quickly and somewhat on the Justice & ** i

other members of the diplomatic corp Grey. Titnsville, Fla. son & Grey, Titnsville, Fla. principle that the that baggage is now handled, and, waiving of the examination Peace Carter, waJ at psC'IJII: ,JJI
K) least
t were bidden. We have since heard that & The Rev. Geo. H. Thajer, of Bourbon Ind. says: possible delay will be rAOOOboncfc to appear before QI
Shiloh Catarrh: Remedy positive care lor Catarrh "Both myself and wife experienced. With all these impro""cme1ts held at F2a !"
owe onr lives to Shiloh' court, special term, to be
the Alhambra and Empire theaters, in Diptaeria and Canker :Mouth. Fold j and ,.
i by Dick Consumption Cure Sold by Dickson & Grey, Ti- advantages added to those 12. Suttlraa goes M .
son i Grey. Titusville, Fla. ; ..
London, have given him a deal! more fun tusviUe, Fla. which we already have, we can ee no Christian, and will remain then Wi ,

than our rollicking press did. Good luck Why will yon rough when Sbiloh's Core will give A Kasal Injector free with each bottle of Shiloh'a reason; why the coming season should not trial oom )ence r '
to friend immediate relief! Price 10 eta 50cU and $1. Sold Catarrh Remedy. Price 3') cents. Sold by Dickson be a prosperous one. Jake KUrain U still at Hampton fi
Ohooly.t by Dickson A frey, Tttusville, Fix IJ I.
& Grey Tifcuville. Fla. "So MOTE IT BE." Joyiag hlmaelt Ha says that pt..

jury in Mississippi indict hln bf. .'

reader.A .


r -


" List of Jurors. 1 EDWARD STILING.
-, The following is a list of jurors drawnto 19 STILIl'TGr da T-YLOR..
111ft I Wants.I
serve at the fall term of Circuit Court,

heM in and for the county of Bre-
to be I Cocoa Indian Hirer, Florida.
m vard on the 3rd day of September. 18 9: I ,
-----{) ---

r I:: Jame, Harris, Thomas Robinson: II. I In. J. 8. W A TSDN & CON

1ti i Corwin, .1. A. Miller, Fred Houston, I ,

( J. D. Vann, J. C. Shaw, G. P. liarkwlale, Tinware

t1'Q. j. "'. Carlile, :M. C. :Mohr, T. J. DeSteu- Hardware CrocleryStoves

E EI I l hen, J. P. Brown 11. C. May R. C.scrimgeour FORWARDING ,

W. B. Lowe, H. I). Hob- I

ham J. K. Eberwein. C. J. P. Campbell i AND AGATE-WARE.


tf. Elite P. Paints, Oils (;lass and Putty, _... .-.
f .-:. J. Horton, Stephen 11.1 .
; = ,.
1 Stripling, J. Arnold, Albert Wilson, ( I IPlumbers'

. Cleveland, E. L. Brady, John Lente, F. and Mill
Foreman, W. C. O. Branning. W. F.Dixon BARBED WIRE
i I S. D. Hancock. MERCHANTS
I Supplies, i$ 1 a 'L 1 -- -- I
a DcatilCSS -C-t;;; he Curedby ; ? WIRE NETTING

loral application, as they can not :
reach the diseased portion of the ear. TITUSYILLE FLORIDA Doors Sash Blinds WIRE
There is only one way to cure Deafness, ; and CLOTH
Jd I and that is by constitutional remedies. 1
-:0'WE --
is caused by an inflamed Condition -

J!i Tube.of the When mucus this lining tube of gets the inflamedyou Eustachian WANT I BRICK, LIME! CEMENT, J GrLi.r.l.S

1 have rumbling sound or imperfect ..l.l l.LX: ITIOX: :
hearing. and when it is entirely closed THE CONFIDENCE SHINGLES and LATH.
deafness is the result and unless the in- KI.SHl.Vt; TACKLE.
a flamation can be taken out and this tube WE WANT
restored to its normal condition, hearingwill
cJ t be destroyed forever; nine cases out You to ln Mire to Come and See Us Ship Cha.n..d1ery: G-c>ds 9

c of ten are caused by catarrh; which i.- When you come to town.
:4fti k! nothing but an inflamed condition of the Agents for AI.\ll.\;TIXE, the permanent coating for wash; ;hattall o;,a Plow! Company -

mucus surfaces. WE WANT I ITo 's plov.-s and cane mills: : Planet r. farm tools.Gauze .
E We will give One Hundred Dollar for

:: any case of Deafness (caused by Catarrh)*) I Talk to You. Doors, Cook' : Stov(:... and Ranges::, Gasolene Stoves, Collins and Caskets.ARTKSI .
that we cannot cure by taking Hall > I
Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars free.F. I WE WANTTo
Iii.i i i vX: WELL PIPE A. SPECIALITY.Catalogues .
1 J. CHENEY & CO.' Toledo,0.Sold Work With You. j jI
1i i by Druggists, 7. c. 1C sample cardawl: 5i':{' lists sent free upon application. Correspondence solicited andestimates
I 1
'1. \rET.AXT : furnished promptly.
lirt i -Mrs.: II. Q. Hawley has fully recovered ]
from the effects of her late burns To Post You on theIarktt*. STILING- & TAYLOR.

-- ---- --- -
b 'VI'V.XT --------------- J
: .
The Invalid's Hope.Many ----- -- --- -

1'i seemingly: incurable cases of To Ship For You and See to Your Ship- L. C. OLIVEK. F. T. ErIGl:.

. :1e.1 1V V blood poison, catarrh, scrofula and rheumatism menthere..
: have been cured by B. H.1 B.
t)S t lk tumic Blood Balm), made by the WE WANT ,
ISlood Balm Co.. Atlanta. Ca. Write to
i them for book tilled with convincing To either Buy or Handle most of the
111Ir.\m Dealers in
m proof. Fruit al1ell'rOtluCl' of thi section
. (J.\V. B. !,titer, living seven milesfrom
,t: Athens, .Ja., writes : "For several of the (country.
:an n w years I suflered with running ulcers, GEORGIA PINE LUMBEE
which doctors treated and )pronounced WE
incurable. A single bottle of B. B. B. Your '"
I Buy
I to Know, if we cannot
did me more good than all the doctors.I .
1 '' \\" Can Ship it for You. SHINGLES AND
ide4 1i kept on using it and every ulcerhcaled. Products, e
i D. C. Kinard Son, Towaliga, (Ja.,
writes : "We induced a neighbor to try W E WANT

un.dil 1 1a 1I a B. B. B. for catarrh, which he thought You to help us to make Titusville a GrE. EEt.8--L :E.L ..R..DVV AR.E,ii I V
. I incurable, as it had resisted all treat
intd m ment. It delighted him, and continuingits ; distributing point for the Product-:

t use he was cured sound and well" of the river, and sell our

'"My 11.M.wife Lawson had ,scrofula East Point 13, years.Ga., writes hl'kClt : Producthere: *. Sash, Doors and Blinds ; Stoves, Tinware and Crockery.Refrigerators .

growing worse. She lost her hair
I and her skin broke out fearfully. DebilIty WE WANT i i
emaciation and appetite followed. and do itif'
d: 1 In fact to save you money, can 9
After .:nul numerous advertised !
::: medicines failed, I tried B. B. II., I you will help u<. Water Coolers Ice Cream Freezers
I ,
3b'it and hfrrecoyeiy was rapid and com ,
plete." WEVANT

tIe.! Oliver Sccor, Baltimore, Md.. write: You to know we arc head-quarters forVegetables. Screen Wire, Screen Windows, Screen-Wire Doors.
1 suflered Irom weak back and ihctimatism. -
lid B. B. B. has proven to be the Crates, etc.

: only medicine that gave me relief." WE WANT POWDER AT NEW YORK PRICES.

Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida.
A. J). 18 W. In C/tanceiy. To Sell you ;your Orange: Boxes and TITTTSVILLE, FLORIDA.

... '1-I.Im L.1VARlt, complainant. Orange:!: Wraps, and will do it if you _--- .--. .-.-- -- IIAJ.ILOo.--
vs. will come to see u:. i
tIt .ll::&K "..\1:)). defendant. Steam Launch Eleanor I C1yde stearrt ship ,. _

bill in said suit tiled
I'pon the being \v E WANT ,
D, New York Charleston & Florida Lines.
aud due proof made as appear: by the ,
(AI, aili'lavit of complainant to the same. You to know that we arc Agents for the 37 Feet Long, 7 1-2 Beam, I
showing that the said defendant resides Oeala Hock Lime, and will furnish Cost $1,800 u- -
1tJ 2 Ft. Draught ; new, ,
out of said State it is hereby ordered it low doun. :.: :;.r_
;d that a hearing be had on the facts charged CAN BE BOUGHT CHEAP ;
: in said bill on the first Monday in
i2a1 December, 1SS9' and that said Jesse WE WANT By addressing i i
Ward do before said Court on or burn own I
appear You to know that we our G. LOUTREL LUCAS, \
before saiil first Monday in December I
],] Lime. and of course.:
A. 1) 1SS9, and plead or answer to said Oyster-Shell 210 Water **;., Ualtinlurt..Jld. I
1tn. lull, and defend against the same aud the can zit"e you bottom priceWE -*. ---- ------ --- -- I 1p
fads charged therein. and to d" further. hW1 -
. :1ucll'ccci\'e wha\said! Court 8h:1I1I'on i- I WANT Yum Yum : ? j I

tier in said cause.
Done at Chambers. at DeLaud. this You to know that we handle Cement : : The Mamfnvnt: 'mt 1ttaI1i.itips: of this Line, are : I1$. r ud to sail a> t ;::0\\3 :

7lh day of August, A. D. 1SS1. and Planter Hair.WE CEYLON"MAGGIE (:Standard Time )
'. JOHN I). BRoo n:. RED j jAND
Jiuigc ot the Circuit Court of Florida.ill WANTTo From Jacksonville to New York. InncT I
aUltfm' the 7th Judicial Circuit. WALDO PROLIFIC I New York.
I ( : OK CALLING AT CII.\Hu.ros.) ;i From Fernandina to
HENRY '1'. PRIEST, Clerk, impro: ul'm(11:1' minds that \\e :I On :Mariana Plum Stoek GuaranteedTrue. : CHEICOKEK.: : Thl1ritla), AIt.. 1. at 'UJI+) a. mSE1IINUI.L I C.L1.JSG1 Cll.U ESTNIltrullUI ,
Juno, Fla. l33mo.XOTICK. 1 : Sunday, -to at 1000 a. In i I
. ___ represent I "' .. 1 :10 ,
TL rslt of : IU .
p. atJ.OO
; + 11Ut2l'UI9: ,! .n ay.Uf: 2 p w
I ThtHul.son .' I. tl\\'al'd Yum Yum i i- the Best Peach ever I I YFMASSEL.CHEROKEE.. Sunday.'lLurhda: ..-. 1 t' at !:'V) am vEMIA.SEE'. r u.foJal, bat 3.:t.IO p In
planted in Florida ; ripen in April :1111..11/ >, lD', at 1:30 a. << : ;:. hl\hy t. a.t ;W p toIRtlL'Ui't.
tl Court of the 7th Judicial Circuit tf ('lilt-ago, m711Il'9KEJ I
fn Circuit / MIXOLh: :(uDt.ll\'. loC, at 1O'0f: a ., Tneedtl..S.: &t 's; 'llO !' m
'lr'II State Florida, Hrcvanl I :Mac ; Price. $; :t 00 per loz. Order ?: at l.tu p. ., '. UiO D
of the of luanuiaetuier of Fertilizers Thursay.unday. ,. ., .Fitly 16. at : 1U
I :; :; ru1L0gi'UI.
The largest -5' :
'aomtfJ.1). l&W-In Cham-try. ; (;. rr. II t\tEIi'I"lllllill.. [ a'1t! CHLKOKEEJMlNOLj: :: a. ::vIll' Tuesday. ".. ;:Uat 3a"U pm
( I' in the west: and keep constantly 15.:tru ? ; :; ThurMuSunday. :"d, at GOU a. In I SF.IISOLJ:, Friday .. 2.1. at 3tO pm
Jul.ius Kixu, )ly. .------------- IIlCX.vUOIs.CUEKOKEE. :'"f-J't. 1. at S:3U: a. tJJ ; TUt-N 1. ::1. at 3\.10 p. 1:1
Itj -'. I on hand the following brands of theirGtpotls -- ------- -- TlII1tr'c.ay.; ; 6.. at 1.:00: non:. I cIEiC01S.: '., Friday .. :JO, at al():s. toI

Minnie, E Smith ami }} ForecloMiiv.William PIONEER COOPERAGESyrup I

Barton Smith, | World of Good; for Orange Trees. Barrels $2.25.
i! .
her IaIIOollHHl. J For Information Regarding Freight and Passage, apply U
-it It appearing from the affidavit of H. K.Atkitxm World of Good(; for f Truckers.Pure : jui,ed to order ten cents extia.Wheelwrighting i J V I.LaLih. Suj f .JattsuiivillJ : T. G. LGH5, Traffic JIanagtr, Ji Broadway, Xt* \..,..,
member of the firm of Jones ,v tine Ground Bone. .... .
a } and A STE.VL' A '- t. t': rtandtnaJOHN ._. .
Repairing.C. T F..1., Ja.Li>(Lv -
solicitor, that JacksouvillL IUONMOXOEK '
T. F. A-
ltkiit complainant's s and Potash. I L. Uo\\AIii .
Blood, Bone .
Smith and William Raj-ton I W3I. P. <.L'USU... (it''t'ralJ.t'utlO., 12 South .hu'r+ .hila..ll'hla ;
If Minnie E. Bone Meal O. B. llnj (.r..u. New York.
lho\'l' entitledia Chicago 1
.< in the
Smith, pondent
. annonr iI1l'nts of the State of Florida Pissolved Bone.WE. Honey' barrels and! Oval Wafr Dreaker.! -- -- -
12"j and that the raid respondent are respectively : from S'-.OO up. : Porto; Lioo IE ii3.0 i,: 3io lips,.

over the age of twenty-one years, WANT I i $10 Per Hundred.
it is ordered that the said ers1tulitlents,Minnie Tanks trawborry' P1an.'ts: in Sep'toD:1.bor
anti William Barton Smith, her Yon to know we keep on hand all kinds ot COOVEK WORK to order.T. I .
Smith before the and : .YlI alia .. ln ,t'ntal awl 1Io. ilLilu'J Sc&lliny, S-1.00Jif 1000. Order mrtiSeveral ./.
on or,
hus-baml, do respectively > Sulphate of .JOIIX O\: : Brands of FERTILIZERS specially adapted to our soil and climate.
). 1SS1
A. I plead,
i th> day of September, llaoter.l'anllh Fertilizer Co.
Land firm the
the complainant' Florida. 'I INDIAN RIVER I>KAND, manufactured by an old Davidge
anMter bill of or demur to herein tiled or that the : H. W. Ashes, LaGrange. : : I Send for Circular. Also\ Bone Meal, Cotton Seed Meal, etc., and Mapes' and
- Kiidbill complaint wIll \It' taken a*, and Tobacco Stems andCotton ----- --- -- I Dayid'e's Fertilizers. A full line of Ornamental Fruit Tree Send for catalogue.

tt that the complainant be allowed to proceed Seed Meal. BACOTT & CO. I JOHN B. BEACH Indian Itiver'ulseries, Melbourne, Fla.
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And it
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with his said cause. -
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: -
ex parte t -
is further ordered that a copy of this order WE WANT TITl'SVILLE lI..'.. t I, SAWYER A SON:
4. 31. : ,
ll*published. in the FLORIDA STAn, a newspaper tI
I in Titiifville, Brevard You to Give Us a Trial on something.WE ; I

county,published Florida, once a week for four consecutive TIN & SHEET-IRON WORKERS. !l i PORTER & POTTER i Yacht Sail-makers
weeks previous to the 9th day of WANT j

. September, A. D. 1889. fair and 84 & 85 South St. New York
'J'tI Witm-ss Honorable John D. Hroome, 'l'() merit your patronage: by GUTTERING ROOFING.: ,

Judge of the said court, as well as A. A. honest dealings, and we mean business. Manufacturing;; of Tin Ware.; AN'!,

Stewart, Clerk of the said court, and the TRY US.Respectfully. i Dealers FOOT OF 55TH ST., ATLANTIC
Estate I
seal of said court, at the Court House in GAL Y..AXIZED"OIK., 1:Real YACHT BASIN, HROOKI YXI .
of Brevard, this I
Titusvillein said county -:o:-
, Hth day of August, A. I). 1S89. And Repairing: of all kinds I I II I

. A. A. STEWART Circuit Court., I L.uke IVortU i udc Co., Via.l I Particular attention given. to Pleasure
Clerk & CO. Location: MAIN ST., near river.<< Boat Sails of all descriptions. 501J
i Joxi 17. :.; & ATKINSON Solicitors, for Complainant J. S. WATSON 32 i.- ,..




r .

c Consumption Surely Cured. r Indian River Steamboat Co.t f -
To TBS E: .-I'ieaac islcrni y"ur readers that t
The S sz draehes9ach. 1, for rh<> abOYenameds I
A Condensation of lAtertMtln; tem GI& ; Abedaei-o ActOrphan I t bee I yositi -
Not ,:itea.e. By 1: tiulT ur t.holl.i4n of huptless t
; Varloo bublecU.Thcus3rti4 AttempeU.Ala. i cases hate brl.:. it It.t: ca-M" I s1.all be 5 Schedule in effect MAY 12, ISS9. j! Having Purcha :lies '.Frost !*
Bro.IIXGIl.U1. ., Aug. IS. --A @e2t oo re f"r FilE E to tIIf
ntab!e to pun Ldtr story I .0 tw' ::s cf n
were ( ,: ..isa if they will jand feelinr the neceity cf teepia
eti.Jn i iI
circulated throughout th o yr.u ner! 'i" O :ate a :
to Faneuil hall in Boston, Wedcesdaj, O was ooaatryTuesday TE.IERr.. LUCIE. j.
: kJ .e thd: el;'es and r-"S t O C2T. 3 r" :' i Good
I the occasion of the patlic reception to Pn.9- detailing a new and startling j I ..r.t';; ; :. | Leaves TIT "ILLEIi a m I her past Reputation a.a Swift ai

I ident Harrisos. incident ill the present religious e:cite- j I :. :-T-("--L"_J. .4. r tot. Peal ,t.Teri !! 12noonLeave I Great Courier 1 ask of tiie pe.p,e a tea-

After a reconsideration the capital d lent among the blacks. It was alleged :J1 ; Arrive.- Melbourne.-.. tinuance of their Good Farts

llcntaui renoaias at Helena for the prsssalHeavy that aa c3 negro near Bessemer. who ;: -- -- -- I.et1,:...iL; :
i rsirs carried Chicane's swag: odin claimed to be the prophet Dani .L Saturday i i to :Mother ; Will Mike O.rr.*:v f.,r
J-.J"alj ol"'SsI
{ + eI the Like a* far as her water t rcrks, aai last persruided three voung ne- :j II be.used' .Wss when ciulirca.3JJi.itiJnP ire a rang t.e,. It relieves 1 > Melbourne.Above .................L'.noun i.

tLa typhJiJ f rer epidi-ric vs cttrtbated ta crpes that they were the children .f the i I tbe T little srffersrat_ oa : isp' r..1mnI. ; .\ at Tltu \1IIe-........... tj pm :' Delivery of Lumber 134
i'i .: faith who entered the rlery famuee >)f
The erideniic of blocdr ft. \t"arsaw, Xebuchsdnezzar of old. Under this delusion soothes a lUOn.i3 L eC..a.BC;very$. t i"-l..t.P l.S,u.'ji.1ll U3 .1:. daily except Sunday. ;

111, is stated to be the result cf l.J-i- the misguided blacks plaittred ; r S tea bow'!, :1l.i3 tie bcrCow:1rc ey STEAMER GEORHIAXA. Cargoes
rated ater resulticg from her ry rains. into the coasunun' heat of a bLu-U fnr- for diirrLcea, vhet .er ansss fact t2et'..::g ur '; ,
)tUrca:aA. 1 ay--e Cc:.i 5Ia m
Lea Melbourne
Steve Broils fro brid the
jonped : a a sixty nace. Sot even bcnes "-e:*-- rec:'vered. ..
feet high over Pawtucket F:. He stroci so the stcry runs. Investigation: -- -- J.r:v- a:'Jupiter.. spin !j Anywhere up or .k>wn Indian Hirer.

on hL siZs. but was izjur d. and was ahia proves the yam to be a 'i ke. '* withot:4 3i.) d Wednesdays and Frids. :!: Be sere you see me faef >rf cl.: i i.z ont
to stem to the sh.r* the slightest foundation. r -
_; Gold has b?> a diso vt-rei in ilinnesota.Only Returnin : Iaves I! tracts ei-ewhe./
Tj actual settlers car. secure land in tie Anothsr Voodoo FestivaL Pills R :_ .
I 5am lt't'i u
: :
.L .
SIcur reserrancn.Inuiiisl&t NE v OHI ANS. Aug. 15. -A big
!. Eckes EluS. Ga., bstvesnPatrick voudoo festival vas civeu Sunday even- Arri\"c- Melbourne.. s p ra :: S. H. PAY

ralboan and J. D. "Winiatnson, tisfcrirer in< at the West EnX one cf the Lake rtedyspeptle the deb: it.tcfl.;heth. Tuesday-. Thursday and SSir" :1turdiY:. I ,

_ wcunded the attar in the right' arp. Fonchartrain suburbs of Nev Orleans, er from exce of work of mind or C; Ccion i h' made at Tiiu.-viile e
,1 Otto Seger, cf Ct:ci r.Rti, aged 13, bran as:emblr of white and <3oloredpeotjle. txxly, drink or exposure in K. Sra-
T. .
J. ;
the trains of :
+: !L''ad fr--a th sa-ipens.jri briig3 to the Dr Alexander the colored Malarial 2 ,
cth. d at ---- -- --
Sgzons and from l : poin.o j : -- --
= :em to
Ohis nvsr, a disteticfe cj v eatr-rlght feet, vouHoo doctor. presided. The affair ,

and escaped a:hurt. was ar. open secret, but th trdi t: srill find Tatty Pin th? most genital Jupiter with dmile _..ytw; for Juno ( : A. M.s Hamilton & Co.

A gut capable dis:airsinj l,I DJO balls showed LO disposition to interfere. A rv>toratlTcercr. otiiintuuii. : : tLc nrCerin } where connection i- made with ,

rr minut- b ec invested by an L> recent raid on Dr Alexander s estab- the -easier Lake Worth" for all lands I

de..a IL-hLuf-nt discovered i large number of Try Them Fairly. ing- on l..ake.orb.. 6 TICS T LE, FLCSE1,
; i The fifth S aril sess_on cf the SapresoeLod tLere. most of them white. Surprise
;s of Cord: Krurhts cf Pythias cf the wqnirrn was increased to horror rhen it n2 A r'and vloroJS a cheerful bQ.T. purr mind blood ill rtsalu ctrua: \\'. R \r.\.T-oS. iru-erin: ?auat.. "\'j ., _H.J. ..

t, + rites State cosrece! in Cincincatiilertia wit found hit tee white women found SOLD E7ZETWEEEE.r < r. ACKERLY.. <*?n. Pa--. AgentI '
)!:: th rt almost comrjietely disroboil for a

I l.La. l-n idetIfitdby: theCarliojx v;uJoo stance requires the patient to ). F. JACK.teen..r&? Manager. Indian River Oysters

&s FrtnkVn.u.ri5.. who rented lire __ __ ___ ___ u___ ___ __ ___
fiance vati-out clothing around a t RCO rJ ,,

-s1 sirs th:r xttage last if.rir. =::akc. which reprt ats the devii !ui : ; I' :; >r' OTTJS. St p#at!: Fa i. .Fnan. ._2 i 1 teller< from u Prominent :
1 Th o :i-.. :_ a c -r- rKiaC" c > i. .
1+i innouuctcaent that t.R>i Lak? "ere of resptiblt diddltf-clas: s fa- .*utii Floridu Urn? JOtl e.S.bNu'
1 if resrveu;a would ocn be cvpensi for ttlemett
t. COi'lSUM7VE. F. a. .\':, ;:;. '!.
b has caused larg* nuciberi of pecplafrctn R. o.1l tY.1. :. Ernr.-'. .t' r a. : _';_'' ''r.' t, .
TC"iacocjn, ttelrD'&. and the adjoining A-jlum rjurn4. aRXE'i'S C1H.CER "TO rt Ie. I y: Mcuivd .;1.t. B. '< >rj- _-. v :.. '/ :. :
.. -_ llLi Turtle and Gait
: : : .o Ir a. Grt8fl
t ti ilic u.Li counties to fqE: uaon ralnableland Arorsr. GAil 14.-The AIIJ-U.-'I :- Tt : l' a.t.C. uhic.. iiji JLCw.PARKER'S lEi: MK-i.i re...v to vuu..' .1.4 ...ris
en the resrvaticic. Tha Indians harixme orphan csyiura. 3 niaguiiictcit rlvt-i-roiv -
: to w'sa: \\.* tliisik .}iVoIIXSOX t HILL
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4 uicecsai, have ceec drtniicg heavily t",:lding, "as entirely destroyed &>y :-: .ANI FEV EI-: TuXIC. we reuiiiui y>u Ail. ortirry will n&else JI'-ia.pi .. .;. : rol.

i 4 + an5 threaten a tai:. Sunday. Tk fire clepirtment f(,',u.i.' that our tint pnreha=e a Gear a:"> \\. j: t"atioo, whether bjlttf telegrai. b. -
C. T. UV nobly. t uas handicapped by ft 1.t.1' >tw I r or"!
f. who
murdered Ors Mar-
order 1 h the lull,: _.
.. HAIR BALSAM : v<) e71.= --. our next : was -- --- -
*hall aad Tturiwr. at Frankfort Mich. atcr. Tile structure cost over :10-:.tlt_. -Y -- ---- -
Cea ses ad ea.rir es tots hair. )r ::1 :r.o : whirtlirtfortwogns1 : oa'
alto insured for $6li.Culi}. All the j'1..JR Si LE.
) inrrcniered tro
to the sheriff = Promctes a jaxurust zrc'th.
pcsse lomtii for live : r".--. aid you +no.v have _
CItII jail at JlacaIrcchis, being cili1; ilren were got out EaiEhTwo iirorren 9J' Never Fails to Re tora Gray a .
1 ; tirC Hiir to tU Yoatnfu* Cclcr.K. : hi haii'l our liltn order. whiU i- for live A tnt ol bad on Indian Ricer i3 a
yijureJ by falling :
feared a: Frat.kfcrt ure ; r. .
.. ;"f:-. \V. lIe.x .r t0 alIl'l; it iu. ...unty of Rreb ;'. "t'ie't;!:. .-t

Ertfa stufi export* f.-cn he Un cd Slates i ie-- uantity. but may require larger': i acres it beia:: lot 1 u. 3. toil -)athini h.Lr;
during Jsiy pat w Er. ralue-d at $9SOXS50( wlft Punishment of a Cn'nl A-t'r,. this tali. ''
ii i1.t ;"ts ,,.fthe nHrthc,: quart..rl'"t' 'a .
i a r during July, 15SSCrixutr AESRDE-V. Miss. Aus. 1G. -Mon-1 1: ives excellent sa.i.-.u-ioii and we .
t ymomin '.Ul': ; : r..l let No. 3. : the 'ottthwest '4111 r'
and Ca uUle. :: about j-Q.clock a colcr d L-an lo J uot think we have .. a jt:: com-
o _____ ____ ___._ _. _... ter "f the n'irthwest uarttr; ..t auto
F named K_ h Bow v - :
A naj htha yacct wa; tltwa to pi'c' a( :: emploTejn [.l-itM. although ii accordance! \ :h your ,
'b BcrT.ik. by &n t .jjC3.C! end four persona Charle31>.>jre s fans ni..? ;Ui i!'...-' ircmthis I .- M. rAvtr 'sw ...=! .. f'EA). in :ruction*. we promptly refunds the 3i;. both in township ol: s''Titfc. rime 1'
i. were killi snd tW(. seriously Ilju. J. Tha placu'. entered the: nxrrc-:". irdby P-.sHJ..r.t lirectr: ,w.T hretsrd Ab- : money it a, reliable party' rsiinks it his ; ea
I killed are John Rugenseta and three:l11- JOTS. Jlocru her -liugLtcr ani a <.-: \V- Co tailed :o cur We have had a hair dvtei 1! ?oil ut rich itaWtr.r

t dren of the .:wrtr cf the yacht L. &LCrccter niece. BoTren t V as ult tha OBBI.\> & GRAHAM.ATTORNEYSATLAW.. ( nipluiiiti: +.t'tiiiklud: v.ii o1'a- W*LY 1 the raisin: .)f an!! tr"Hcai ttn't4. j.

niece, bur her creams a ,xka lie: other .tf iiunur?+I bodies i-old. Yours truh. situated at the Narrows. Enu. poSe ;

A pao *rgr train was robb DMT Chippewa occupants of the room au'l he Hed He A. E. PHILLIPS BRi. 3Villel li; cheat 4'r l "-h F f

Falls, TTu., by sae rcag who poilad tha ret'guut 1 by all the pur ties and I*. S.-w..- omitted to -:ae that we j particular? addre??

btH-rope when he got through, and jaunped beorel was ariested an.l turneJ i' ..a .b ( -.":'. fITT1LL1._ ...Lrtird. .': : r.-wrhl.i. ,. have n eti the TONIC iM our irtiail'?*** K_ M I. ,\\

t from the thin b:h c it stepped.James over to a ::fupfcce of the The entire -V-..!t pncUct1..ii .-."til-...ucert' .I"'."> .J.-pf tae i*>.e fasil-v-nt I with perfect =a!:,faction \\ rev-r wh >.- .} Br .riw'. MAPTo3 ..

Ret was eUiTccated by fed s&? w1Ile icnteriioovl oong.egatevl took ;.->* / r hia*:;:' .-: a'--(Perf-cti'-i Land Titles or without 'hills, aiul a- :quick; and -::.t -- --- -
spiking a wall at Little Eicknsan, Ky. Eowen froia the Vu. ctfcers Cote";'-2Lenr v_'i,a: : :-Val C'13u1.L andSrLs remedy in Measles I for which it is i ".* :

'. Andy TViIhanoa went home a: E.iey and strung hie; up by tue neck on'che :. :i--'rh r. W.i'Jtl r t. I. oUl. ---1 recommended by the }+:olrit tor'. _s.- K.tSt 4RBEE.

Cry A!.. tiui f:.ucd irilliam JlcCutcisca public ro H. near \fhcre tLc a s tiltc: sTTas ; low us to inform rot ;t ;.- (n\"alal1:.', -
bath Li* w IHe killed them both marls JLJ.ArriATLAWAliD T A. iIxsri-. Your etc.. I -l': 70 BE to j h iFAIL

Mrx T>. Frcuiea tad daughter rf P:per -- -- A. E. /PHILLIP CI:') S JpERC: H.G.C..
City KL bard Jailed r..t.otly Kl 1J in a l.o-ie! Car. 18AHYu
lastaatlr '
by lightningtrhiie : KCi'ARY POBLIG.Kock ,., s
t t" dnving during e shower Sat ANTOXIA. Tex., AIIC_ 14. -When : I ; i IN lphllN C0.
.\. il. <; In tLIldi ::. t.btu
Ode r son wa killel and three injured the eastbonnd Southern P-icine train L t''].l. Florida.T l | E1+tCDr ..
?W ty a ootler exol.iun at Eopkinsville, Ky. rea--hed Rtsenbur junct-on yesterday I >4)> MIM.:..: >-nr.AVANNA1 ]
-- -- l DAYS
Tee floor of the mill morninc It 4 o'clock, it W'.. foin-i .
saw gave way asChattanooga i.ecessj.ry t"
.1 r)
\ L. CrA '_ .'. ) tij.: .\ .
Tenn., aol eight persons were to break ''-n the :ir 0[ tneWells r.:'. Si 'rR t i \V \ 1
sinouily i.:1j. : I- .:7'Express t')nit an'- :o find out -- -- --- -- ----- ___ __ n_ _

Edward Let ocr, colored bool.k per for wt:. ::: -.l :_ :2! ": .1. H. l:U.aUl, ATTOHNEY-AT-LAW, ;! ._ 9a To Sewin it cox?.3lAChint eataDL.9 \OTIC f:.

.. Fuller \Vhitcey. of New, York robbed his the r'Cn :,r. Ke was lying on his 'f.tu"viIe!: Floriii. ...,. + h'trsoe in oar al parts iZat YDe.d by.FREE ... ,
e employers of JT,000 and w 'Ed Poor back .ktui with a bullet just under his -- --- ----- -- --- a gt-i9 wtete Cteeo... cia .es T.Jt, d.'lVill. ff'.fo j-rr : :. I.

:t r year* agu Lrbbc1T& a boot biack' and 2Jr. left .'re. His pistol ith one empty: 31. .fl1'.)_'. .HEP. them wee, wt infcett "ill taQ vend Iotxit.the free to yery OM GrCftmg-Tlke IIhi e :

i Fuller blped him alone ty taking him into ch:n.> : v'':; fcnnil in a pigwr. hole .of -A Cle d iew, g-u.thice'saj in. ''tlavh'tin- irommissioners +;a..d ur l'bw tr
wT wits 411 the
i his cfice. one of thf -iney s fes uith tte nuzzle 3' w. *r.Lao tend free rucam.r s ectapiet or Br*'rar I I'ounty. PIa-

Another aystencus murder cf a woman pcinttxt tw rU the tloac mati. It issuprotj ATTORNEYATLAW, line of.ocr In cant ret.y .D ti.u*o..sit 'H a petition ol rharj tne-oarti
; we M&ttu
tf has be?n ucearthei rear Birmingham, Ala. tiie rexol\er exploded: whileGralnn. p o. BoxFOI. b. 1:1.1CiiiTads. : ,bcw what we ,do 10) those who y" of the re:i-terwl v3ter ol std!
ii. ilt the : >-ict:-+ "1 '.LstvtL': ; may cat a i yoar iioae.a4 tAer 3
Jars Jact in was killed and three others '\a.* leaniuc over the safe arranciuc .5-? ontha sJ.haa hec did ord bat d don
:: :1:: aci o :; rt.n.r ..f'J D me rcora c-:) ;:ity. c r as
seriously injured by u bcilcr explosion a: the '.*a>-h He wa Single. about --- --- -.- -- .a!rKtt eater!. TblerDd Oe Singer'Aad1iD4 paten:Ua *. b.' held on tac JL: .lu ::1". "!

Ds\t'SOO. Ky.'-l. vilrii,.e from Brooklyn LIEN E. HEYsER, -' w Such base run ont. before ptrnti : Ot:obe:. 1SSI> the sane toin: tb ic
Eight persons were dacgerously hurt by u-hcte; .I.- l'oJv mil ba shipped fot intern A r.noettaeidtcrl$8:3.w u.f .
::, aad DOW nils 1-rt lay of October. 1>S' :o leci-Je w'ippIb'et'
F 4S'' the giving away of the floor c/ a saw KChattanooga. 021 -RES : .BetUIUXrBgeM.BUM OM. the sale ot :Ii
intoxicating ip''W'
F nucbote in taa world. All !.
AttOfllBY" t.La7l ani Gcni YOJl :r.I.:1 brief _. J>o capital w caw PUia. .i beer shall be prohibited in *ai-i l"\Mlllt:
i L b.uat V n Tucucn rft1L. I ote who write to caa t* 1 i
Foreign.Tbe .I car free the Vt cewm -mac>ras .A tbflv w iv ud the for the two yearnext enuint :wc *
Twelve tncu and of the lLtOJwi Worth Dade Ctint.). Florida.Will t j=.afworkof nirtj rteTCT.iJv'n1'it thn J.D .
Ix>don papers give a feeble approval cf > c ?ns I'E .C (.0.. Box 7 W, altUb. Usmc !:1;-! election:
; i the verdict cf guilty saint MWL May brick. in the Conns Hsnlle dstrict are idle. The furni-h AMrac> of Title: :u Dad -- -- -- ThPrelbre. I. Alexntnltr A >ZCbc'lt.

2 t The Times holds that enough evideace banbeen National Prc-gi-essive illners* :.oiaticn County: lanaiTfNFs -. XOTICE..i I (1.rk o: -lit) Board. do hereby d"< *

+ presented on the side of the accused to and the Heights cf Labor sr1 w irki:egether to ; tic'. as required by law. :hat sack eke
Li i t (irFkl.. 1_ .\I ; FLA. '
1 make bcr c&sa one for the earnest ooosldera- in jwrtr-cr harmony ATKIN-'UN, : : .n U.t l I tion will be hed a: all the preei'Yt4 I s
t 0 lion cf the home office. Twelve thosiam-i coke -.'rO;N AT- cow U ; i.y tth. 15->'J. / j I I said county on that duy.third .o-.Kit. sk

The idle in the Coane'LaviUe -xsk? '.-a 10. ; Notice i. jrivf that the folio :
;. shah bods farewell to President Carnet rrj hereby it? J Tuesday in October twxt. fur tM
Friday situation la asduming a *rn i t a-p-ct .\\UUl'i.1.a-U'. i ing-nauieti .ettlr La* tLetl H.TU* of his :; set lorth.In .
l purposes
t A public swimming bath has been opened Four fifths ot the Co'-lk:!
at Stuttgart which cost SCO.OOO marks. A are idle --- --- --- -. ---- f bi5 Itim. and that -aM l pn>t l wiii be i!i set mv and in' offiew! scow'! the 4'wto
rather nov-1 adjunct is a bath for dos, Dtituoa in the Erazl, ltJ.t, :: :. dt 'r 4. ANDERS.', 1 made before A. .\. >r''\ ':d:. ("lrk ("ir-i;: oi August. A. 1>. l>iO.k .

f r : fitted up in elaborate style and at large trici is lucrja.rn;. i cult Court. at Titu TiIl -. F.6..UIJa i,.*t i i "L S. \ \. T w. X4 .

,' cxpetue, a-ii-1 intended for canine of all The Death f oLL ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. :'oOlh. 1S"1>. \"izlHiuu :\. *>hl ppy. of -Ko.ird tlunti'l. + !ioIw:
classes Fort Piercf. i-'Ia.. Ii. E.41.: iuiI fort! K
Jare F Su kaer. < ir i
: :. at J&'m..rilt:
Thomas .3. iidisc-n has arrived in Parla of \:.l jrctc la all the Corn of tile SeTesti Ja- I j the \\. i ui >. U. j: <.-.'. 10. Tp. :i.;. i:. j I --e .-- -- -- -
Ky. Sunday -s1Fas t1 iCI; !CKJ:of Florida_
The Congo state will ask the 40 E.
Belgian gpvernment Dr. W. B. Eoberji Tltuswille, P&l: p .) &i. i 5 T1TTSVILLK, 1.A. i! ti u Tl.E.
: tur on annual subsidy ofM, '_! er H He names the lot.v. ::.,:: vijiess -> lo j
L-igi:at.'r ; c..itr"-'ceE"l"11 toz"l f>ri. 1,I
e 't,.; ; for tec years to insure the continuance the itsboo"inr" >il w?i3. .1:> !"i v.i: \0 .: I prove his continuous "***tlt..,"... IIJK>II and I II Ii The t.'ounty. Judge and :?heriIui .InI
whole Congo railway The capital for the of ;?3,'OGjV OFFICE OF i cultivation ',t aU laid. viz : Join- hiehard. I I vard Count, Florida will mett Witt t

,,; : railway has been secured. Cap:. V\"..)au.r l-.i\"L.JL w;'. b\ : yterI2L DENTAL J. S. Ueii.! l>. F. l :irlis;. Jam s | Clerk ol the Circuit Court at the Ck tt':

z l A cccp&ny has tern for>:ad for the po ::r Sre wart's I ifLc:1= 1'c... :,Ate DR. L. T. DANIEL. I OIUl50tet}. all of ..Fol*: r N-. Fa.! ofii v ia the Court Houe :u said Brec

pose cf promoting Russian trade in Central icairv. J: d iu Ka'jq'-'-- 'Y'. rec. Cw Any tfr50I'h,) de,I Ir1- to protest: county. on the 17th day of AU: US*. t>.
Aiia. The capital stock cf the company Is ,C-).. }'Lomb.\. again t the :illowiwt 01" -'j.-h proof or I j, for the purpose of drawing the ;4
t fS.\\t.u.\J. Will l- .t th* Grasd Vew flow Titus riil,. ')n who
---- | knows of :mytjjb-tll1 itia J! reason. and Petit Jury to serve t; the tat: tes
The NOTCO Vreoya in an inspired art cief :it Flat iioiiday is trvrii jlocib, lor one week or under the law and tut'ton! of the Circuit B-
will take
ruore. Falrccie-o!..':'*-!. and il: trort cnarKitsed. : = of the In-.i Court. Yon
says: "The ontsida powers will na\9 t2xer ti' U.a'i.sactory iiM. tenor Teptr tutt nt. why -nch proofiiall ,! tice and be governed at eenkailo. .

selves seriously felt when the triple alliance THEiLORYIDFAHow i! no: be allowed xvi'j' be :'.vel; au opK| >i- Witness my hand and seal of (tort

attain their real objact, namsiy, war* I). L. DODSON. : tuning at tie! .&bo\. tune aiui :[ thi .1usu : +;:li. lS, 1I.

i" L bor Note a place to eras="x.lmil1t tliY: witne"e. t.r t 1 [1- ;." .\. A. STl\\-.UtI.

TLe grwit coke strike u ended with s victory DENTIST I I' said claimant! and to nge-; tt i.! .t2<-e m j q Clerk! Cireui: Ceur
Lost How Regained : rebuttal l of that} -
j submitted ------
for the men at an advance of 12 percent !*I by <-hsiaunt. I --
It was brought about by a oonfertacacf TITUSVILJLE. FLORIDA I, 13. .S. l.TUCKEi:. "Kt-ister.i j XOTICK.'I .

the labor leaders IrnCE* Once, until further nvtioe Indian -- all
with the three tars coke at whom it may \\ c.11 JWf.

firm*, H. C. Frick & Company, J. M.Schooc = OF Ricer City Hotel. j XOTICK. : sod who have and:m or tIe+u

maker & Company and the McClure !fEKNUYITllYE5 Quality of work unurpav exl.. i'j LAND OFUCE. O azxE.\':;.:. }'LA.. t '! aiminst the e ute of .\uu,: Hut. .

Core company. Thu is ninety-fiv cents jJ! -Jttith.. ; lSSi>. ,' j jj i ceasetl. late of Wavelund. Dade COGDC.
per --- ------
1 t hundred for mining and fifty-five cents per ----J. Notice; L- b.:' 'y >*iyen that tht fulktrLi-- { Florida! are hereby requested :o p
i *,
r hundrwl bush
t R 6 ether wage* will be in proportion.The to make final 'iriHf in ,up]urt ui his :i! cated. within the time allowed by 1**.

Esjiae-rr ant Surveyor. claim, and that said jr-joi will. W ,shade :Iv= 1{I to the lIon. County Jud:e. in a:J ferHaJt
4 : A. A. Stewart. Clerk t 1r'l"'Ht J
nit at COUlltFla.. "biNDa
Judge H. H Cummins, member of tha A Selective aal Popolir Meical Treaisecathe ; or ?
"l'itl1 'ih'. l' Titi>ville. Fla. "n Anirn>t "-4tn.S.y. viz I Steuben. E. vr to
't' flood relief commission Error of Yeath.I'reixirzrel ecIae,Nervous u s u. : i.. Fort I. erce. Fla. :
appointed Governor
t Beaver died by and Pb1 cal DeoiLLty, Inpcruieg: of the KooL; Minor S. Jones. of : \ Itla.lI.F! the undersi.H.]. else the a" 11":11 i ibarred. brt
Sunday at Cress n I t Xo. l/lol for the i 1o t> 3 and 4 of X. E. ll:i .

Springs of Bright' disease of the kidneys. E.BCOUNTY. Bl'RCHFlELD, : antI N.H1 .f >. E. i of S't'. 3. TI c:1. s. HEINRICH HAltNAdininistrator
The Fire ?,. 40 E.
Record. r of the estate of that Id'

Fonwt fire near Portland Ore., are doing UNTOLD SURVEYOR. ;! He name the full;-n in: ,itZr. to l| August liars.
{ great &". Several farm houses end MISERIESResaUffig l'robi eortiruotrtidt'IIce and \Vuveland.
y Dade ( Fla.
upon 0. .
t t tares ba t Orders by mail: will receive !
> >e-Q oonjumedLrersonaL as prompt'attention cultivation (Ii aid land viz
J. .1.J
froa Folly Vice,Ignorance Excesses I : Q. Hcg July 21. 1SSO. a
OrertiUiioa Enerriting and asittag the nctira or s* callia per::. j gin: Titu "iHe. Fla.; I). W. IHy.Ueor; .1 -

a Edison ha brew accorded a warm welcome for Work Bas Less, tie Married Social ReliUoa. .\dd re*: Gecrgiana, Fla. t! ana, Fla..; _\. -\. H ndy. S:. Lccte, Fla.; NOTICE.
Avoid cnskjaf .
? : in France. It is his tnt visit to'i xrori It contains 300 pretenders.pazec, royal Possess STO. this Btactifal great i\ T. L. Payee St. Lucie, Fla. Ail I erou5 concerned will tiOWlr

119\ 3 Europe. ::,enboesed, fmi cili Price oaj 1.0) by i j Any peron who desires to pretest stin. t I notice that. six I 1S"tlI
f mouths after date
man,pos aiJ, coscealea in plan wrapper dastra&Te L.\ RUE P. ELI ,j the allowance of such proof 0: who knows ,
: -Jug!;a T* .r\' ?:urdered. Prospectas Free,if cow apply now. The I of rubs tanual I present tu Hou. Minor c>. Jones co
j any reason, under the law
dadn;wished aathorW: n. Parker, JL D., rem I Judge of Brevanl county Floridsu :Ji
SAN FKANVI IV. .lur. 10.-Ex-Judge cerred the GOLD AJiD JE\VELLED 3IED.1L ..YoJlry p(fli- ir t.3( S'rltt. at I ""g't t and the regulations the Interior Departrnent i i heal vouchers as administrator wkb twill <
David S. Terry shot and killed by from the National Medical Association for why Mjch proof should not be allowed -r
tkte PRIZE ESSAY cm NERVOUS and Justice of the I annexed, of Thomas New late *
rnitooI 17th will be
P Deputy rshal David F11TSICAI DEBILJT VJr.P&rkera acorp Dist. ]given, an opportunity at the J! said IJrevard county deceased ami thtf
Xagle taw breillli table in the aer>:t of A.aiaa t PJijsicisas nay be co z !ted, ccr2dentally I CONTRACTOR & BUILDER above-mentioned timt and place to crossexaniinethe at the same time I will for loin
t + hotel at Lathrop. Tho shooting was by mil or in person at the ofice oJ witnesses said claimant and dig apply
TilE PEA&ODY of over 30 : mB.sory from such adinin&ralieB-
3IEDICAI IXSTITCTE years' experience. Natural
t 1 caustxi by an assault u.d'ie: bv Terry j N. 4 Bal1I.e..St..Boato.M.towhoma.1, finish s. specialty. to offer evidence in rebuttal of that submitted This March 13, 1SS9.

upon Justice Field of thd UiuteJ Sutessupremo I orders for books or fetters for thrice a;awn t. ; bv. claimant t ".). )1CCUCAE. .

hurt.i + directed aboTe. I i Melbourne, Florida. & 13. S. C. TUCKER F tzis' j 4-mo. Administrator, etc. '


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NTle -- invite the Trade to consider my I THE MUSIC BQDSE OF FLORIDA. AGENTS \VA3 TEI>. (lust* J2.75

Complete' Stock when ,
and Very
barge: ARTH SAKVor
during to PurchaseShoes s. H. RAY
Marvels of the Universe, a graphic descnrnon ot
the wonderful things in Nature,thrilling adventure
;Upttd I on Land and Sea-renowned dlsooTenes of great ?s-
Jacksonville, Fla.Knabe plorers. Published In En;: tUh lUll!German. >oi pwta.tiSilluitratlons. .
I trated circnlars and ttr.i Term to ants ritTTE.FOBSUEB .
''on.1ge. GROCERIES Successor to J. C. Norwood and Co.TITUSVILLE. ., t ,t fie Lkt t-"-. _iinclanatt. O.

t Piau"eher Pianos, Hiiines

Bro-.' Piano, Morris Piano. Wilcox! & I. D:\ ERFECTMAKER. [

FLA. White Or,:t::- and Chicago CottageC COFFEE .
) A new invention for making
riranf. .ff'otft'e and Tea, better than any-
q I will Se11 and Deliver at nearest tiun?now in use saves J of the l
DRY your offee and can be med wit any s
High Grade Coffee or Tea Pot. Sample will be
sent by mall far twenty cnt ins
r, btamps. A *nC. Wanted to
I 4 tend for fall particulars t>( this
and other fast sellin? articles. ,
e I 'p.tation FcrsheeA McMakin,Cincln:1atJQ. 1
N 0 S .
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) i ftI S$:;Solid

n. eo Can'l! sreligiidiseSTORE. I 1 4 SoU Brat l'oIfnl r..r JvJ IS(wak.i 1D:}00101atch'FRBH! '

anted. Hrary P.IMI J
I ti: e Hunting t; M*. Ixilh l4i.;"
Hats 1 .
f'a .ndgeuM'I.zu.wih ow k
I 1. L and cue cf * 1"' '' 1 1i' .... "j.. ri ,Une'enon.arvrhw.
o "1111 can ffctrr one !t.c.
11ft _1 1a t t'rb'r with our I.rpau11
N S {\\j: :LAh:. fine of Hou. "holtlmplefl.
I I AI --- .
r. .il II TEe.r.aa'per. i*
9I J. wR,1 th; w&trl'l. we *>nl
1\1 .
Clothing I .1"1'f"e, &IId aft.r yen!I. *'tthem .>.
- IB rout h nth sad itkowa tl"
hxvr rnllH,they brecme roar own prcpr rt T4aa
, I j". >I. T.-.-s lit NFY: tLat. any other home in the hfom; t at once. ran be .are of .reeeiiae., tiVatrfl.
. and Wepy all fm*>rr freiret.rtc. Adlrn.Stin
Sample. :
f ;J'mtectt./t- r '' :;; ihi; Pauo to
I kf't. I, a or Uigdii J"ortima,Maine.
pmpOto p oa fe Co. Jtax 41 i ,
atiy hoii et L. 'I' u "lha.It trial, and it notsitMaitor.
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I : "v I" \ rr i1.t both ways' S25
cab anJ {-H. .> n:I'l-thoi) a liaiiO. antI $10 rashaiid I
A FirstClassGROCERIES Stock -:5 a ii'iiub .>, 191. <'rpau tli jian! for-cot Lunch
I more t-in: r".iu-ry 'f'ut ')r. these very, lib"ral
terms au.onIP rv.u a it-stnimeut. Send for
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS rilEIl C\1'' :,!.o-<"r: '; fall iiiforuiatioi
i v'hett e.aiJo! s, Guit:1rl1'.
--OF-- t (cordeon. a ua iu f..(.t, every; Musical Instrumentthat
is nu 5e. ..ti} .1 t rPry1owprePi. Send for I%om1'lete -
GE lS' STRAW HATS NEAT AND PROMPT. t'aul.i :.uc-s, I tate .'i, .1\1t i i-it-ces rf Choice
i V a-u at 111> .v 'tt"- ; [ ':"'i y.

AT YOUR OWN PRICE. A. 3. Campbell, .!:tist' -milt t', Fla. o '

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I Can "Beat the Jews" on Low FOR- i PiA-I-i U'-

t i
Priced Pants, to Close Out.LADIES' 1 SCOTT'SEIUlS I ...

.t./ JOB PRINTING i I DRY GOODS, OIIII 'i! ORG'' Ai? 9".;'vI "!.

e i iI I fi rI
3t ioT1OSJ3ielis' III OF PURE COD LIVER OIL La. B I S i1 &'i i j !i i!

:t I iI
I. I
-1. DRESS -sU91 .15- Ladies' A: ("hiltlJS'I I t, Almost as Pafatablsas 1Uk. FIFTH ANNUAL'CLEARANCE :'!

. I So disguSaed that it can be taken
.1f digested, und assimilated by the most

f GOODS, SEOES.JB.A..TS wCLOTIIIG I I veniftiw tannot be stomach tolerated, when; and the by plain the combination oil June I to Aug. :: : '

c:'the oil with the hypopho
i phitea fg mach more ef& .
I IIenarkehle! a Mesh producer $25 O 'U if ....

I I Persons gala! rapidly wtile taklsg It. flan w .-, .. .
l i Worth of ,s aii. -,'..
MILLINERY I SCOTT'S EMULSION is acknowledged by : from best tnakerta to hr t 1.->....-
Physicians to be the Finest and Best prepa- out regardleM of cent ur v.......
ration in the world for the relief and cure of Stock,too large. ?tu.ieoc..etintocashorinstallmenta
..,. i *
SENERAt DEBILITY, WASTING Some, entirely YEW I'.q t'Z;:. t
II DISEASES, EMACIATION, M1LNT8 not used a d..... i iThrn

LADIES' HATS COLDS and CHRONIC COUCHS. Some,early New-n'il!' 1:. !. 'Vulunthr

STATK3IEXTS.CIRCULAILS. The great remedy for Consumptian, andWasting oa1y. I
in Children Sold by aU Drugg t8. Some,used a year or*.< .-s*.i4.:. ;
used two to threeSomefineSecond jru.....
Ladies' Underwear. .
: : If any dealer says he has the W.L.Douglai in JlIlnt---7. ,. :
exchange and
in r.tit : t ;
Shoes without and
name stamped oi .
Gent's Furnishing Goods the bottom *.>ut help down ali a fraud. onrreuair Factory n" J1. l-.!.f-': '
Ue-Ntrung.: Hvntorrd' IV'..!,- ,
I'rints, 5cts., FOLDERS, I and Action, and made ..ou of service.UAitUAI.XS.! .
Lawns lets., AIX: ) I I ;. !'. '! EVEitY tfN:. I'I'

Gingham, 7 cts., i ..;. t
,, .
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Standard Cotton Checks, 7cts. IS"'IT.\TJO'sS'l I ;-' t ;." '!:;t EASYlEBMS, I
; [
CROCKERY, GLASSWARE, ;:..:,:;!"" .:._.-.... .: Your OWN TiR3I: astJ t

Pins, 5ct?., .I :;'_i:t.' .. "'" .. ;I..J Very light Monthly lj >in"i.?". }
Needles, 5ct .. I'ROGRAMMES, I a: ;,\,.,,"'... ..y.'.'.:: ,,' ." '-.. orHinnllCoi h Payment nut.:i. ;.
ance when juu get reuC.3.CASH i
Jean, iiOcts., HARDWARE i j itlij l j jI
; (
Hpool Cotton, 2cts., BUYS SHE r. :
STJ E."JIEItS, I ;o. 'ti=': ::::::: 1;; \(?
Brown Cottons,(;lets., i f: I dire you all the times'.' '-,l
AND \ but SPOT CASH iTill .
ii: "** sun
H. ; ,
( :
Ladled Lace Mitts, 15cb and 20cts. DODGERS ..... ,\ .':.:;> I money. TltY I'S O>. M"v v, jjj .
J 'if : meet you every time. ,
Ladies' Kid Gloves sets to :$1.00: ; rcduceil A, *::,..::: "' .:,:,.._- ".' I -- Ii i

from 81.00 and 1.20.: Ladies' Ship Chandlery Goods. "; '" '' i I '
d' 4 1 PANOS .
Summer Hats Low
Spring and Very to \

Close Out. I IiQ'I.'tgss ( .tRIDS" ). ""SI: .li'-; .l". ':"'"' ,. :-.:' I $50 $15 $100 $ 53. ; i iI
:':,.'. .k,,-;\ ,Il.iW. ',J\}: 1,.. ..\ ,, {..:': i: i ;

t4'I:6)IIING ('., nus"VISITIXC

I am prepared with wveral Jnrloadrf' ofFERTILIZERS
; CARDS, These will he the main features my i $rad StiOE GENTLEMEN. i $24, S35, $50, $is.1 ;

business, but order ent me for anything Best in tho \\orM. Examine hit _

kept in any store in Titn j I H4.0O S3.0OCiKNJTINK liAS JSlnD IIAND-SMV1'EIlbROE.WELT! ; SHOE. i WRITE FOR BJrami 1 SHEET I Ii
ville will be promptly filled. I JSX.-.0 }"OLICfsn FAK3IKKV SllOE.I .
tu2.25 AVO1CK.I>O31AXM S1IOK. !i SALE I
\ I ITo t, S'J.oa juul Sl..) HOYS' Ft'HOOr SHOES
I IKainit. I All uiade in ('on rt'si. Hutton and Lace.
supply the wants in thi line. SEND YOUR ORDERS SUERI tS3E.ll'ODENSBATES.S.ri.K..
Will buy Fruits Eggs Chickens W. L. DOUGLAS I! -
Potash S3 SHOE ,R6s. / .
Or any Country Produce my en-tuners i Best Material. Beftt Style. :Best Fittiuat I 1 L SAVANHAH' fJt.I .
Ground Bone, t It not sol 1 uur 'jt'a'tr, write
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or friendmay brir.jrto

Ash Element, market. ,i Exniuim* \V. L }Dousla. S2 Shoo"! for I 1

Acid Phosphates} STAR Tt.'nIl'I1H-r !. '

Cotton Seed Meal, FOUSAU-) : II I

Cotton Seed Hill Ashes, I I I ask for hart of the
a : public patronage -
Fish and Potash, I I JOK I'IIXT1X(! OFFICK, and come a- a s-upplicant, not a f I: C. J. HJ3CTOB: I

\ die tator, asking for your favor.- f fj t .:lMn r
ttradley'si Orange Tree j JI Ctbt.H :::L- Fla
If courteous treatment,;poodgood
And Vegetable Fertilizers. -* and low figure --n--

Will meet Jacksonville quotations with I the candidate favor for i! For ?:le by I CURETS'

public ,
freight added in same luantity lots.: then I'm U D. HEXDKICK, OX I

elecudAgent !. hake \\'..rth. Fla. I
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Prices educed on nearly all for Chattanooga' Plow Co., I I It

Chilled Plows and Sugar :.! Pianos Organs it
Lines in Stock. Cane. Mills.! 4 I l I r
I{ "\ I pay Crme 1 do not mean merely to
..- Eton then for a time aau: then have then :e
I I turn again. I :\f&A KAU1CAI. CURt.
I hc aadc the dueoje o!
If to purchase .
you want a I .'.
1 have Goods to enumerate FITS EPILEPSY
too many Piano or Organ, write to the undersigned or
prices on all that are reduced. FALLING SICSHESS,
him call.
or givo a ;
A lifelong 8t dy. I WASRAST my remedy to
COME AND SEE.I Can sell you any of the instruments CURE the worst case Hecanse other have
failed is no reason for not now receiving cure-
\' of the best and lead- Send at once fur a treatise and a FRECKOTTLS ,
I will not be undersold. of my INFALUBLE KEMEDT. GUe Expressand
ing makers at prices that defy i'o t Office. It costa you nothing for a
I Ij II j f fI I I trial and it will cure you. Address

'i.i I am Prepared with CHEAP I ,! competition. H.C.ROOT r.1.C..183PWLSr..HfwYCilCw

.. "; (x001) ', and with Hotter Goods a I Pianos all[ OrahS sold on tie Install-I -

,t to Supply You. Sot ice.

1 ill i lit piau WllER desired. Discount! I All concerned will take notice that six t
months after date I will i rtsnt my final
'n '" qI 1 account to Honorable l Minor .Junu-,County -
to Churches on ans,
,: J Judge of Erevaul county, Florida, anti '
t for an order dismissing i rce from the
Respectfully .
.. I, All correspondence will receive prom,t execution of the last will and testament of

.' -. i attention.TVAttEK. Pluneas D. AVe. oii, late of said county,
I G-EO. B. BUMPH deceased. .
E. ::
.1 '. AGNES 31.1V E c0\, f
TITUSVILLE FL.I..e j s. B.a/v. t TIttt.cllle. Florida. [()-6mo. Athnini !ratrit.

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i A I, tiAC0.ICS.. -J. S. Watson & Co. will soon have -J. S. Watson s ('0. b"y and sell auything -

strawberry plants for fall planting ; in the produce line.
t -J. Watson & Co. will bare a full i Clothing Clothing Clothing!
? f line of garden seeds Sept. 10h. -JonfyMoney Money to -Mr. \Y.- H. Gieason, of Eau (Gailie. ,

to loan on real estate. Apply to Robbies j, was at the Grand View ye-terd:1 He
of the STAR be obtainedeither
Copies may & Graham, TitusviHe, Fla. left this morning for Jacksonville.Mr. .
at this office or at Dixon & Gray'sdrug i i -
-Mr! ?. Lorimier daughter. Miss t Chas Egerton. of Cocoa, was in !;
store at oc. per copy. I At The :a 2 Cir.J':
Susie, returned to their home in Jacksonville -,. town Thursday l las: on a little busines-
at; Mrs. Decker started for a trip toE
on Friday last. Mr. Lorimier isnow i j at the Courthouse.Mr. -
.. Pennsylvania and other point: ; north last I
residing; at the Indian River Hotel. J. W. Huntiagtoa, who usually

J week. !i -Mr. Sherman: Singleton! who recently makes a weekly! trip to town Saturday i MORE' CLOTHING, CHEAPER CLOTHING
Mi Kate Lundzren of .
> ';[ I had a eerion* attack of illness, has j evening, from his place! at Aurar.tiacame r

: d here, Thursday evening last, on {j ja been to Enos fora few weeks, and the'! tu the Indian River Hotel 2 day ::
visit to Mr. and MrHenry Tin*. ; AND BETTER CLOTHING-
I change has beue5ed Li; health co::aida.raoIy. earlier la'veek. having caught a slight::

e -Ion fail tl. write or -ee J. S. Watson ; !|I I ,ever. 0:. Wiln! was promptly: called : l)

x3 t & Co. when vc-u need lime ore Bradley'-! .-. FERTILIZER are the be=: .i i J to attend w> him and Mrs. -fackett did 'I Than anv'Jrte h' G-- IOn Indian Rivvr. ju.-t :> et.i iv.,d at th. Baza-. l

cement. i I I\ allhe could to add to his comfort. He I.
to proJucene vegetable They
Mr.V.. E. Dale collected $4.50 for j bike well with (.Oton.J cieal. and cornI I was considerably! Ir:t'r to-day and left : in addition to nir :trt.; t
9 =
the Seth Thomas clock a: the ice-cream I i tin the plant at the fruiting stage. Call thi- morning for Enterprise, where he NOTION?. Pit-.. Etc. <

1 festival last week. i t the Prohyterian !I at once on Geo. B. Rurnph. iMtMr. owns cure land. From here he will ear:, i c
: this week for Hartford.
j at
!t Church. ; )I. B. Bunneii, of Bridgeport: t'HEAPEK THAN EVEK BEFOI'.E. *
Conn fora of raonhs. On his
e j couple I
-The fast-ailic g.t yacht Naiade i i5 now j Cocn.yhv Laja j ..t completed cli the

laid up at Heath,so her Titusrilie friends j i brick-work at the new residence of l (r. !j| return he hopes to be more comfortably Tl..rn.o: Gas
i I i settled, by having a grad re-idence! and '
will knot' her no more on these wateruntil ; Sidney Wilbur left for Emjoria Monday : T
E I a steam launch. Hi- horse which he =
the return of her owner .: to take another contract. 1
I sent on to Enterpri-e. was. unfortunately! (,El .riK: M P.ofc) ;:.IN- W.\LTEP. .RUL\M(
'' 1 -Mr*. J. P. Turner a-i-ttt. by Mr?. ; -MrW.. E. Dale wife uf our wellknown I- "C j drowned while fording Deep Creek. .\:::'.- _.."." \".. :'-; t-:: 1'ratI

Har r-er and MrEnder, collected!! j train: mail agent, left Jacksonville .rLOBEINS: G-R..ABA.1\t: [
+ the nice little -urn of $1:3: -t.;i for the purchase for Cinnamoasun. N. J,. last weer.' She I I i -We I learn that ascription paper* 1

of an orcaii; for the Methodist 1:i will a"i! -i,. several other placetcfore I I' are notroing ::lie round f.'or the purpo-e LAW\ LOANS AND REAL ESTATE '
of collecting!! -u!ici.?nt tu ney to erect a
1 Church she return! to Indian River, which will. >J
r r -A J large, double! hybi-c .- ryain ; probably, be in Octoner. !t Methodist Church in Titusville! the Board Members of B .-evard Abstract of T.te: Co s
jf of County C 'mmi..-:oner5. at their l las '
f ; The gentleman who took in mistake : -i
; full bloom in the garden of Mrs. John i iSimocson 1o.. Box. 50..
i meeting: ; having decided not to allow the
+'( la-t! week. We believe it had j an umbrella belonging to C. H. j ; ITITSVILLE. BKEVARD CO. :FLOKIDA.
!etho<.1i-t? to hold service in the Courthoue : ,
y thirty five bloom*, and was a }- beautiful| Walton, from the saloon of the steamer; .
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in"t> know the
: a:: not
aisht. i t tMr St. Lucie. Monday eek. can have lIb { nf the < '... Comm--ioner. i \Vf lk,iytn..: >til l! ail kindor Real Estate and are suit Artnts: :..r a !lt.\- iL tot
r an 'ern\ ; s
; t own-which i La better one-by return- ;( 'artfully-:-elected Pr, >=:it.- in ail ,art of Brevard Coa.itRELIABLE \.
a W. W Stowe of the Florida! 1 j jP | '
t I I i I! ha.:5action in thimatter. anil! in .
: many Information furnished character. locsn, .l ,"aluef
in n the one In his poxsessioa to the ,,rAn ato 'n an tav.
town are under the impression:: that the .: p.-rty on Indian River.
office to Indian River Hotel. Titus-:
or t I
i ened trip through this State, ha.- been I i: i iI !;'. -ud+len determination tl'! 'y came to waanything Oar facilities for the transaction of a general R*- il Estate business ant un: ;aa.:+ed, 1

staying in town for a few day He left l j!!I ville. but u'iai.The and t-vtry eift_,rt will W niule to .-:ir,* |K rirt': -atL-faction kr intending Pnfth1 l'h. t
parliamentary liP -
i .
-Mr. and Mrs. M E. Gruber have i! ruay favorwith their patn*naire.
yesterday for Palatka. j jJ. i: 'ne for a few weekvacation to the !i!' building i lot' i- near the cemetery. No Properties Ibted nnlev? he Title Perfect.. 1

kr A.: Durst. cf Crescent City. the I I ga' i and a.* ?a i"V) hai i'n i "oiect; *fL work '\'inCuIur.eun' !! Special at: ntioI1 ;ivtrn to Colonits and Syndicatw! iirinff lay,," b.,Ji% ,.t ;...., }
C mountains of North Carolina.
; pioneer well.*ink r cf the State; of Florida : They }I on he church a- -<*>n ap"'' : priceti I lar.Writ! ; *..- :dr FH-t-riptive: P-trr.j'hlet. t tp
started j jhaving
on Saturday morningtrain! ,
: .
( i i* cow o eratingat 1.3keorth, Fla., sible. -- - -- ---- .
.i where all communication- ate ad- ; worked pretty hard the night; tf Etll;( ;E M. lath!:lye. 1'reidr:: ::. WALTER >. .iR.\.H.\. S"\.rrtarr. j
may previous to their departure: packing and: I Although: we only} Had time to eucursory .: dre,--ed antI information received.! j dancr at the inside of the Bro'V"arc1. ."fc> crest; of Title; Co., I
r. getting all their paraphernalia together ; new
i 1 -If you need 1i,,-:-c-- -Iirubbcry or for the trip. Mr. E. D. Raney i U in 1 j j I brick t.liiceof Me-srs. R./obin-: Graham -: Incorporated A. D. 1SS9. t

4 tree of any kind cai! on or address.J. P. charge of the railway depot during the j the other eveninj. i: pr'-ented to ou. {'.\PIT\L STOCK. ,000 : FULLY PAIO : 10.1'-tS'ESS.tHLE. '

Turner, Titu _vilie Florida agent for I absence of Mr. Gruber. j jMr | view the fact that there -uit of room- : (.'h-irut- for Alraci5 aa ftillows3.'>.> for Opening Number anti '('\:. fr each a iMitlonal r

the} old reliable UidwelF*. Orlando: Nut.R t *. \\". H. Peck, of Cocoa, waat are very cle.m and n&at. and are. really. : Transfer. Fur continuing: an .An-tract the charge are the anie., viz $:LOO
| *
for thf! tint a M"tniI: -in< :)i+k. for each -':( o,-..!ins: transfer. t
ferieAll trees warrantee true to the Indian River Hotel the end of last I the prettiest little law otSee* in to-.".n. ,'
Tax Paid for \on-Resident.
name. week. She came up to see her daughter t! They are being L-e uliy furnished, and
friend Robbins i 1, : t'r r" Fur :i uiaii:! Frt.vt:' will rtliev' n->n-re>i'!ent lams ounertf tht- worry aalaniii
r .? -Mr. E. Ford, who habven stopping I and little grandchildren off on Friday l lmorning's icrointr*: to place a .,tree ;
j .
i >yaii incident! L6I the Payment .i Ttxt'and Injure' them against: l JI-l l>jTaxSale.
at )Ir. A. E Heyer'Lake: Worth, fort train Mrs. Dugas and II. i spittoon in each Jm-thee are three, ; 12 I

-ome! time past, came up to town Wednesday nice little family of fourchildred left for j one for Abstract of Title Co., one for real J Box 23O, Titusville, Fla. I

: evening la... and l left for Jacksonville their home in Atlanta. Ga., Friday, t estate and loans, and .,ne for a !eat con- >! ---- --- -- - -------- t

for a sort stay, the next morn- and Mrs. Peck-who returned to Cocoa | -ultation room-and any client who feel- .i'' 31ALA15A1I: : CIUAK I FACTORY. --C. J. TT'FT'OTOIR.: : r

in:. I Saturday morning-was much Grieved: !' inclined to expectorate had better think II. ('. Starck. Proprietor.i \

55 z -I: 15.Vager, E"j., our editorinp over their departure.The i twice l.l:oe he executehi desire l or.;i Hardware and.
S Manufiictartr 'f line iluvnua and Dt .
- chief. left for a month or six weeks' trip steamer Cleo, in command of eject.- anything: from his mouth: tracheaor I I medic Cigars. Trade supr-Led with rim

to North Carolina Thursday: morning Capt. Lee. left here Sunday morning, f lungs on the floor of thee otiicefor i hand made 'Oo<.I.-. ( )rder- promptly! filled.

4-t last. He ha been considerably: tied to having on hoard Capt. Watson: and Chief C! our rising young: lawyer will undoubtedly I Factorya )Ia :\bl!'. FIa.- -v General Produce .

I i catch his: ; "' like the members I -- --__ _
business: for come years, consequently Engineer Fitzgerald, who were going to eye .

_-4; + thi-: will give him a much-needed rest. Emi Gallic to examine the suitability of I of parliament in London catch the eye"of i: ,'"......:".1... T'L "......\ [ \-'"- "-'-."'- "--

McFadden's for the speaker of the House of CommonA -. MERCHANT. ;
a Cap
hauling out !
-Any person desiring information in f NEWSPAPER SUBSGPJPTION!! AGENCY('r
regard to Indian River-its climate, and repairing the Georgiana. As a suit gentleman at Melbourne having j! \ Molbourno. Florida

health and resource*-can obtain same able site for first-class btat.U"aE:1U been written to respecting boarding accommodation j TXII: PIO.\KEI iK.My. -- ---- ---

u : by Bending a two cent stamp for postage Gallic stand Al. with its deep water foreveral who were de.-ir.I I i For terraani I-ampl.: cpi s addrtCHA *.-. HAVING BOUGHT THE INDIAN

R to A. L. Hatch. City Point, Fla., and receive frontage. The Cleo returned here at ouof spending a few weeks on the beach I II

r by mail a copy of pamphlet on 1:30 Monday afternoon.Dr. i says : "No accommodation* are to he hadon >: H. NAl'MAN, RIVER BAKERY

Brevard county, published! by the county Dodson took hi* wife down toe I i Melbourne Beach : everything is full, Titu-ville P.t<< /.. Br,srrd':eurty..i. We will Keep on Hand Every Iraq

! commissioners of thi ... the ocean at Melbourne Beach last week. and I fear there will be very little room
I and they returned highly pleaded with for any more this sea-on. Nobody had A. FROSCEER FRESH; BREAD, CAKES, PIES,
tt : --Mr Walter Howland returned the the : Dodson has I I idea it would t ,
trip.Irs. always hada any ; become -summer resort t ETC. _\L'o
: -
-iS end of the week from his.trip to Cocoa peculiar aversion to sailboats, but since and eon-e
tt 4 and Melbourne. During his stay down her visit to the ocean, she says she would for summer boarIp or reideutNext; I, Keep= full.-upply! .f metallic and wooden! Bottlers of Sodawater Ginger
't the river he was one of a party to Melbourne summer there will be a decided improvement ,
M now be willing to undertake the
t :; Beach, all of whom had a jollytime. journey in that direction: There would be j i Coffins Cases and Caskets. !:
s. s He is npleased at the again as roan as the doctor i< prepared to i :i number of up-river people: on the beach i ii Ale, and other Drinks.
} escort her. She returned home the end I non had we placein which to even lodge ;' Funerals attended if f.l irhl.11 or-
large number of insurance policies he has of the week, well pleased with her visit them. I haall alon! :: advocated the j i J ders promptly executed, and a: rcaonaj j j I ALL ORDER* RECEIVE PROMPTATTENTION.

h.i ued. and this week he intends going to to this section. I place aI1Hller resi>rt. but I con- !,i ble rates. Einbulminir! done. ;

Jupiter in the interests of his companythe \Ve I feI am surprised at the very large ,I! i .
were pleased to the ircnial
Equitable Assurance C,>. countenance of Captain W B. \rat?on I everything nuuiber who;: i is want in so to go crude there a now condition.while !:' What VillageYantsA a Store 1 t S. .\. HEteIIE ?.t: COMPANY,

-News came to hand Saturday night appear on the train Friday evening, accompanied -I When} our northern friends rind that i, PROPRIETORS,
: f.h:." yellow: fever: does not break in j'
that )Ir. R. C. Chief-Endneer
Scrirngeour had received by Fitzgerald
r j! Florida there i ino doubt that imrnedii!i! Man. with experiene**, wilt! tart TITUSVILLE. FLA.
a his: commission a* postmaster of Titus both of whom arrived from Wilmington, t j ate and ample improvements will be i J!! one. State: inducernent.-. w

ville. Although many will deplore the Delaware. Capt Watson has signed the made. Your Titu-vilie friend may rest I Ii i

} I removal of Mr. (;ruber. the motto of the contract for the two new steamers for the assured that they will not he disappointed P. M., Matanzas. Fla. ,
5, 5 Liberal government is "to the victor belong Indian River Steamboat Co., which are next summer" Thiundoubtedly! 16-lino.I
'4 peak well for the ultimate: : success of !I INDIAN RIVER HOTEL
the spoils, therefore we hope both' to be called'' "St. Augustine"and ":t. Melbourne Beach. I If .:\.. I. Hatch & Son,
Democrats and Liberals will bow tothe I Sebastian.: and work on them will be
F.r+rn11111! it-. decision of the powers that be, and that I commenced at once. They are to be f -- ---- - ---' --ji"-c.-JJJ. le.- :D-\un: : INI Titusville Fla.

C' all parties will now rode in pace. Mr. built of steel by the I'user & June* Co., 1 j jI jt jI I i ,

Scrimeour'comrni; 5ion arrived here Wilmington. Del. One will be a :tee; \t DRY GOODS NOTIONS

Monday evening. hull stern-wheel steamer to run lx tweenTitu5'ille i. gOYl i -- -: :--

'. -Mr. C. Walton has been compelled and Jupiter. with one compound ]t j i it ; Hardware, Crockery: Saddlery, OPEN j ALL THE YEAR ROUND.
engine in the stern in the centre : Stationery. Family Medi-
to occupy the editorial chair, as well as I ;
of the boat athwartship. and cylinder set F LI W Eaa'MT ,| cines, Garden Seeds. :-- -
superintendeveryotherbranchconnectedwith "'"" I I:0
I 9
fore and aft of each other well in ROYAL IGN3!
the I
on :
the STAR office this ; CHOICE
week, in con ; GROCERIES !
-t +k boat. The steamer i is to be built! alight $ :. A Capacity: 200 Guests.F. .
N of the
t sequence non-arrival of Dr. AY" S.
1 Graham from Philadelphia, who is to as p-j-sible.i consistent with proper I 'I Hay, Corn, Mapes Fertilizers. I

a 1 give us the assistance of his facile pen on strength ; she is to have a speed of ten i !iI CITY POI.VT. FTLORID1.

his return. All those who are dissatisfied miles an hour, depth of water ISin., and i I' wI ------- --- --- ---- --- i B. &&CJCETT;
fitted to accommodate 100 and'I I
t r with the conducting of the STAR will cabin } II I
b deck passengers Its dimensions will be I. ; t J. I'KITXHAIID. I'rt'" Proprietor.This
please: send in their! grumbling to the '
k 1 s I
follows of deck w. 11. IlL:uWS .
: length lOft ; beam i ; tashicr.:
chief editor on returning from his f'ac..1"tion. I' ,, Newly-Built House, just recent1! ;-
on deck, ?Ut.; beam at bottom, 3ft.; i Opened, is now ready to receive the pa
depth, molded, -1ftvith; a fiat keel of''i I INDIAN RIVER BANK. tronage of all thaw traveling to and from

-Mr. .\. Cictoiuud, of Merrill, was in steel };in. thick. There will be 17 staterooms 'I G Indian River.

t ; town for a few days, and says everythingin with two berths each. The specifications -; 4KI$ Titusville, Florida. 100 It feet is delightfully located within alx1
of the river and recelffi
his settlement i is
looking well
as as for tbtin. boat to between .
benefit of Ocein
} 7 can be expected. Mr. A. F. Lapham has Titusville and Da'ion\, are as follows : ': breezes.
an arlt:ian well on his place where water Length of deck 110ft.; beam, over The Patronage of the People of tl*
a was obtained at 132 feet, but he went 'Sft. beam POWDERAbsolutely j I Exchange bought and sold. Special and river i.s specially J solicited.
guards, ; at deck, :?-tft.; beam ]i prompt attention given to collections. Loans
a depth of 140 feet to obtain better bottom negotiated on first mortgage for savings
a at 23ft. She will have one compound Banks, Corporations and Individuals. Interest TABLE SERVED WITH ALL THE
.aiv. 1 Ir. Jell I apham and Mr. Goodyear engine cylinder end. allowed on time deposits. -
on It i is, !; Pure. I Advances made upon available collateral. MARKET AFFORDS.
are also having wells driven. )lr. we believe, the intention that the details Approved business paper U.scountelJ.
Swimming Pool sip
J. A. Durst'.s arrival in this Thin powder never varies A marvel of Drafts on all parts of Europe. and Bathroom'phed
section has of this boat pirity.
: -as regards hull:
woodwork, strength, and wholasoiaeness. More economical liusiness done at Jacksonville rates. with Salt and Sulphur Artesian
i been the cause-directly and indirectly engine and boiler-will be the ame as than the ordinary kind.*, and cot be: sold incompentioa Every banking favor, consistent with und Water connected with the Home free to

________ ,1, f of the banks} of Indian River being considerably : the steamer to be run between 11tu\' 'ile weight. aluin with or phosphate the multitude powders.low Sold test only fhort in cheerfully extended. all guests.

e telescoped. j and Jupiter. I cans New Cork Royal Batiug: Powder Co., los Wall Strett. Jacksonville CORRESPONDECTS, Fla.; The: Bank S aboa Jacksonville d Jiitionai SPECIAL RATES BY THE WE $
Bank,Sew York.
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