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Title: The Florida star
Uniform Title: Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Star
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: S.W. Harmon
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: January 26, 1888
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
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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).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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VOL. vni. TITUSVILLE FLA. THURSDAY JAX. 26 <
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CORUESPOXDEXCE. Arbor Da]- for Tituss'Ille. 'IJOlSeIr. Lake Worth.A STATE SEWS. ':

:\ Hawthorn celebrated his 77th of shower '''f'I'. 'II
TVlioni Honor is To all couple *
to Citizens
Honor rf Tittmillc.
birthday last Friday, the 20th. The electric lights at DcLand were '
Benefitted the
Due tomatoes,and shipments
The importance of beautifying our Mr. Emmons and daughter, of Brook- are still increasing.The lighted on Monday for the first time. .'

Editor of the Florida Star: streets and homes by the planting of lyn, N. Y., are stopping at Mr. Harry While the dredging was going on at v7
Illinois left for the B. I. R. the
trees cannot be on
I have no desire for public controversy too urgently impressedupon Roberts'. Crosby Lake, Bradford county,an Indian I,** '

unless vital issues are at stake, and all. To see our streets in two or Mr. and Mrs. Ballou, of Boone, Iowa, 14th.The canoe was discovered in the bottom of ., i

only then for the public good. Butas three year's hence, with long lines of are spending a few days with their I Mary B. in on the 10th with a the creek. '.

"Justice" lias taken issues: with me shade trees upon each side, will lend to full cargo. :
friends Mr. and MNsBurtis.Mr. .
Most of Key West's cigar factories ra.
concerning some statements made in a it a fascination to the visitor, and prove Deputv-sheriff O'Neil arrived from are .tat
Hawthorn is having his land surveyed work, some working full forces ail''
former article, I wish to offer a few wordsin "a thing of beauty and a joy for ever"to Jacksonville on the 13th.
the resident. and will sell the best of hammock others are doing all they can to keep up
after which I shall drop the I I.
reply, land cheap to actual settlers. The new wharf for the east side with their orders.

subject. Let us, therefore, come together on school house is ready] for U*l'. '.
Justice objects to a portion of the Tuesday, February 7th, in a meeting at Last Friday a dance was given at Mr.0.Richardsons' I At Starkc the mercury suddenly fell, ;
Hammond arrived
Captain with the'Ina
article in question because there is a the Court House, to perfect plans for the ,which was well attended.All on last Thursday morning, to 28", and it r
observance of spent n most pleasant evening. from the B. I. R, on the 10th, with is greatly feared that the :
total i ignoring of many other worthy Wednesday, February 8th, I I strawberry
as Arbor Day. The street committee of I :Mrs Hawthorn arrived, last week, to a cargo. bloom and early peaches are killed in'i
citizens.
J Xo one could suppose I was writing a the town will see that a uniform systemof enjoy Florida's pleasant: weather. Sheis I I Mr A. E. Heyser hiss: had the Pearl that vicinity. :

history of all the prominent men of planting arranged on Greets. Capt. roughing it in the hammock with her hauled up on the ways!, at Capt. Dje\ M. C.Hereldl, one of the mem1)t'rs of ..
for
Indian River, or even Melbourne.. I Pritchard offers: one thousand orange husband, and enjoys it immensely. an overhauling.Mr. the Board of Directors of the :South Florida "

simply referred to Mr. C. J. Hector as a trees to the citizens, free of charge, to Mr. Mims: and son have gone to Rock- I. L. Cragin, the Philadelphia Exhibition, has been instructed to ar-

prominent illustration of the class of plant either bout their homes or upon ledge to attend to the shipping of his oap man, came down on the lf>th to i range for a suitable dog show at the com-

men who were doing most to develop the the streets. The ladies can do much to oranges there. )Ir.Baldwin accompaniedhim look at the improvements on his eastside : ins exhibition, and good pruniums will {b t

country, with no reference to others who work up an interest in this matter if to assist in gathering the crop. place. be offered.At .

may or may not be entitled to equal they will assist. by their presence! and Mr. Baldwin is making preparationsto Religious services were held at the eastside Ocala, Bullock & Burford have

credit. counsel. plant Irish potatoes on land near B. J. school house! Sunday morning and been taking testimony in an interesting

As to whether "Briti pluck" is GEO. B.. RUMPII, )Ia\1r. Minis' orange grove. He intends trying i evening, and again in the evening of the 20,000() land suit. The property is IO{:1- "

superior to the home-made article, or what Florida soil can do before decidingto I,1 18th. The Rev. Dr. Breaker officiated. ted in the flourishing Grahamv ille settle-
The "Earls 3oc" the lies
eke versa, does not enter into the argu- settle among u>. Visitors are arriving now almost daily. ment. S. A. Long and R. K. Freeman

Editor of the Florida Star: Xodoubt have their are defendants: in the ra......
ment, inasmuch as no comparison was There will be a sociable held at Mrs. they got over "yellow

made between them ; neither is it my DEAR SIR,-The potato and cabbagecrop Casper Minis, on Saturday evening, Jan. fever and don't go there or you will beat About the whole male portion of Orlando -

purpose now to argue upon their comparative failures throughout the North last 28th, at which everyone is expected to up by sharks" scares, and arc sensibly was summoned for jury duty at

merits. In the case in question, season, and consequent high prices this be present, to enjoy the old fashion spelling coming down out of the cold. the Circuit Court Wednesday.. Loud i;

however, it happened to be the imported winter, and promised extra high prices match. Come, prepared to win the Mr. C. A. Probandt, who has been on and long were the grumblings of the business -

article. for next Spring's early Southern ship the for the week men who were so unfortunate
prize. There will be, in connection with limp past or so on ac- as to

Again, Justice says : :Man- self- ments should induce Southern truckersto the sociable, an art gallery, containing I! count of a cut foot, is again able to be have their names drawn from the jury

interest often influences men to performwhat plant liberally of these vegetables, many valuable paintings, !statuary and around, and will, probably, leave in a box.

seems to be public benefits as muchas and they should plant the "Early Rose" books, also a rare collection of curiosities -. lay or so to accept a small contract at Cols. J. J. Daniel and Louis J. Flem-

other motive that prompt-shim in variety of potatoes instead of the Jupiter.The have been
any which unlimited pains have been ing at Tallahassee for a day or
so-called benefactions, he expects to be Peerless.," which seldom commandover taken two past arranging for a hearing of the
to secure. The works of art whichwe issuing of postal notes was orderedto

l personally bencfittcd directly or indirectly three-quarters of the price that have on exhibition are some of the commence at the Lake Worth office Jacksonville contested election case before -

in the near future" (whatever that Early Rose do. ; most exquisite specimens of genius ever on the 16th. This will be a great boonto the Supreme Court. It is thoughtthe

may mean). Our Florida patrons do so much betteron I exhibited in this country, and we trust those who remit small sums; but whatis hearing will be given some day next
the of "Justice" the Rose that they are generally
Thus far statements
week.
I that the public will show their appreciation needed is a money-order office, both

arc entirely irrelevant to the subject, abandoning the less-desirable "Peerless"for of this effort on the part ,of the convenience and safety. Tuesday, last two families of twenty-
having been freely admitted in my the mOle profitable Rose" potatoes,
managers to promote the artistic taste of Captain U. D. Hendrickson took one persons arrived at Leesburg in four
a
and think it should be done universally
article, and hence are uncalled for, and we -
this community by a liberal patronage double teams from Newton \1isl.
run up to Jupiter, returning on the county,
besides of in Florida. Besides the fact that
of
out place, showing a spirit
of the gallery. Visitors are respectfully 16th. He reports the Lake Worth as now They consisted of men, women and children -
this "Rose" sells
with good variety invariably
scarcely compatible
jealousy
requested not to touch any article on running regularly for freight and all healthy and robust looking folks,
and in markets. We passengers
citizenship. Surely a few words of com higher quicker our
exhibition. and also that within : and evidently of a well-to-do farming
we are now
have known of where I
mendation of one citizen does not preclude instances (plantedside
.. 16 miles of civilization owing to the class. They were on their way to Bar- I!
the possibility of others possessing by side, under same conditions and
tow, where they intend taking their !
completion of Uncle Sam's up
equal merit. at same time) the Rose" came up and I.uGrunge Lcmncs.Miss telegraphline .
permanent residence.l
With my views of Mr. Hector's business yielded well during the hard, dry seasons L. L. Rosser has returned from a to Jupiter.
when all other varieties turned out SAM. Hon. Dennis :Eagan, who had just com-
qualifications, I should never accuse visit to Sanford.Mr. .
him of making such extensive improve- so near an utter failure as to produce pleted his arrangements for returning to
V. P. Tutt spent a few days in our his home in Florida with his wife and I
cln" ,
ments solely for the public good. Ex- little more than the seed planted.Use ) Improvements.To
neighborhood last week. who has for time
some
amples of pure disinterested benevolenceare this for what you deem it worth to make the growth and prosperity of pistbeem sojourning -
Mrs. Smith, of Jasper, Florida, is at Westfield, N. J., slipped and fell
like "anels'sisits-few and far your trucking patrons.: any one section successful-especially in
Yours visiting her cousin, Mrs. L. A. Coleman.Mr. on an icy street of that place, on Fridaylast
between_. Truly, so productive a State as Florida is-there

As for the bridge across Crane Creek, PAXCOAST & GRIFFITHS, J. S. Coats is building a very neat must be acertain amount of land broughtinto breaking one of the bones !>f, and severely -

public opinion, outside Melbourne, Philadelphia.Dlissioitarj cottage on his lot east of Mr. Alexander cultivation. This idea has been spraining his ankle. The painful
accident will result in keeping him -
confined
seems to be divided on the subject. Carlisle's. taken up at the thriving little place of
to the house, and delay his returnto
Some say those who object to it do so Meeting at Rock- Quite a number the Sunday school Minis, only four mile north of Titus-
:Florida for several weeks.
because they are too obstinate to accepta ledge. pupils attended a prayer and praise > ille, and the residents there are makingnew

favor from Mr. Hector; while others The first public monthly missionary" meeting, in Minis, Sunday.Mrs. homes on pine land as well as on There was unloaded from the cars at

claim that it is because they do not appreciate meeting of the Woman's Missionary Society A. McCrory's sister, who has hammock. Mr. J. M. Hawthorn, of Sanford last Thursday, the only $1,000

when have it. connected with the M. E Church Hawthorn Florida who the founderof organ ever shipped to any church in
a good thing they been spending several months with her, was
As to whether the both South, was held in the Presbyterian that place is taking interest South Florida. The instrument is to bo
one or other, or left for her home in Fernandina on a lively
Church Monday" evening last. The used in the Presbyterian church of San-
neither, are correct, deponent saith not. on ; Tuesday.Dr. in bringing new settlers to Mims. He

One thing, however, is certain. From meeting; was well attended and very in- has located several members of his ram ford, and is now being put in position by ,

teresting.; II. P. Shares, ] sq., presidedand R. J. Thornton finished grindinghis the manufacturer. The organ is :Florida
what I have been able to learn from ily on some of the hammock land he
the secretary, Mrs Victor A Wood, cane on Saturday. His many friend work, the factory being located at Ply-
those who live south Melbourne, they owns there, and i is also disposing of his
are sorry to learn that he thinks of leav- mouth three miles from
read the roll call and the minutes. The Apopka. W.
consider it a great convenience to be able hammock to actual settlers at a reduced
ing so soon for his home in Tuskegee, E. Greenwood is the
address i manufacturer the
chairman gave an interesting relating ;
to cross the Creek, when, on account of price. Those who want to secure a home
incidents he had while is 9 feet wide, 7 feet and 15
many seen organ deep
adverse winds or other causes, they are Ala.The on Indian River and cultivate an orange
traveling in Mexico and Utah. A. N. roads in our precinct need work- feet high, with power sufficient for avery
compelled to walk the beach. grove, grow garden vegetables or other
Clark, Esq, gave some very important i ing. A road through the hammock from I large building.
To an outsider it appears as if the products, will do well to visit this
items selected from "Our National Resources Titusville to the county line north of What came near being conflict
scales of the fabled goddess had become locality, and note the evidences of its very a

considerably out of balance, and that and how thc are Waited," also LaGrange would prove a source of plea superior location by the surrounding between the civil and military authorities -

she resents any attempt on the part of showing the need for extended missionary sure and profit.At improvements.The took place at St. Augustine lat Fri-

others to assist in regaining an equili enterprise. Rev. Jas Bolton addressedthe I the meeting of the Literary Society day afternoon near the barracks. J. W.

brium. meeting, giving account of the cost! on Saturday evening last, a Chautauqu commemoration of the organization Grady met Lieut. Wilcox, of the second

of missionary' labor compared with the and Scientific Circle formed Artillery and demanded
Yes, my friend, I have a purpose in Literary was of the Protestant Episcopal Dioceseof an explanationof

:< view: it is to give "Honor to whom cost of other things, which did very little with Mrs. A. Brady for president and Florida in Tallahassee fifty years ago, what he claimed was an insult to some

honor is due." ,good and a ;;rent amount of harm. Whiskey Miss Jennie B. Gray for secretary.Mr. was held last Wednesday with full service lady friends, which occurred on the par-

and Tobacco cost in one )"earS1.500.000OOO. ade grounds short time The
previous.
AVERY. W. P. Day is now clearing the the holy communion and sermon by :
The whole missionary officer declined to make the
timber from Mr. E. L. Brady's joungi f Bishop Weed. The same evening there reparation,
-The members of Indian River Lodge enterprisesof all the Protestant churchesin grove in Turnbull Hammock. Mr. Day and after some words had been exchanged
was !short service and an address by Col.J. .
meet to-morrow evening. at their hall. the world cost annually a little over can claim the credit and honor of having J. Daniel, of Jacksonville, on the struck Mr. Grady with a tennisbat in the
$10,000,000-80 that the inonc.-- pcnt in face. The combatants then clinched anda
helped to make in
every orange grove "Hi "
-tlrv. of the Church in Florida, a
In nl'I CIul To the Point. whisker and tobacco in one year would LaGrange. I struggle ensued, during which officer
duty assigned him at the last of
Dyspepsia is dreadful. Disordered pay the cost of all the Protestant missionary meeting Biddletome, of the city police, came up
liver I the Diocesan Council. For an hour and
i-
i is foe
misery. Indigestion ; to
a
for 150: rears, he also gave ex- and attempted to arrest both parties.Mr. .
good nature. )(('0111. a half he held the absorbed attention of
The human is tracts from missionaries reports: from I Grady made no resistance, but the
digestive apparatus one i his auditors as he narrated the difficult
of.the most complicated and wonderful China, Japan, Brazil showing! the im- E. P. Cronin and his father have their officer refused to be arrested and called
experiences of the earlier workers in the
things in existence. It is easily put out portance and urgent necessity for extra new residence nearly completed.R. on the guard, who came with bayonet
of order. cause of the church, and traced the record -
missionaries and means to send them out. Black i is planting in his potato fixed and ordered the policeman to desist.
Greasy food, tough food, sloppy food, of the diocese down to the present
bad cookery mental late"hours Several hymns were sung, and a most crop with a rush. He has lost a fine horseI According to Biddlecome's !story the officer -
worry, I dav. After the Cervices there was a reception -
irregular habits, and many other things enjoyable meeting closed with the Benediction but purchased another.Col. ordered the guard to shoot him if lIe
i
J for the Bishop and clergy given
Which ought not to be, have made the I persisted in trying to arre->him, and the
) is for lumber
Raines waiting more
American nation of by the ladies of the parish at the residence -
people a dvspepties.
guard loaded his rifle as if to the
carry
But Green's August Flower has done Gov. Perry has again returned to Pen- to omplete his house. of ex-Gov. Bloxham, which was order into execution. Biddlecome was
wonderful: work in reforming this sad The Hoeck brothers have to their largely attended.
sacola. He attended the leap ball at gone
business and making the American year unarmed, and J losing his hold on the officer -
the Leon Hotel at Tallahassee last Monday homestead on Mosquito Lagoon to plant .
People so healthy that they can enjoy i made for his house near by and procured
en meals aud be happy. I night, and fell to the floor with an Irish potatoes. Capt. Wm. Mickler, engineer of the St. a revolver and went back to the

h e Remember 1th. :-No happiness without I attack vertigo.. He was promptly removed -j F. B. Sackett has shipped his: orange Augustine and Atlantic Coast Line, says scene. In the meantime a crowd of citi-
But Flower
brings health and Green's happiness August to the dys- to his room where every attentionwas 'I crop, fertilized his orange trees and planted I he has completed the survey of that roadto zens and soldiers had gathered,and things

peptic. Ask your druggist for a bottle. given him, and next day he returned Irish potatoes, and i is consequently Ormond. From the mouth of Tomo- looked squally for a time, but were final- t

Seventy-five cents. with Mrs. Perry to Pensacola. I happy.E. ka creek, south, it runs within 200 yardsof quieted down. There was much ex- t

Old J. Davis has finished planting out the Halifax riverfor a distance of six citement about the matter, and both par-
man, plant a Pecan grove for each Young man, plant a Pecan grove. Ina
?i your children. It will be the best 11 few years it will be a fortune almost his orange trees and is now helping Mr. miles, and from the surveyed route a ties were to be brought before the mayor

investment you can make for them. without labor or expense. Black on the Camp Brothers plantation. beautiful view of the river is obtained. the next day.



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i the former is therefore twice as Intoxicat- I Minister Taylor; Chats Entertainingly--; ,,
countrfor life: this is the reason why it is
ame In fact
Courts of Conciliation. ing. ,
=: STAY THOU SONG SOUL the Habits and Customs of the
It is generally believed outside of Russia used by hardened old topers whose stomachs African
::1 In Norway a court of conciliation, con. Itepubliet Dark Picture-"Ua .
that all Siberian exiles required capable of intoxicating -
are are no longer :
Still lovelier grows the world. Life is but brief sisting of two judges is established in
,
I to work in the mines. This is not true. stimulation from whisky. They need the IJusrsa.ami unrlv'r"ntl6..
Ptay with me. dear song soul forsake me not; every city and in every county district or
T:, Despair shall slay me, if I have not tbee. settlement holding at least twenty families Only a portion are sentenced to the mine more powerful agency of the pure alcohol "When the judgment comes I
For thee all sordid cares shall be forgot; -those who are condemned to hard labor. in the ginger extract. hope itwill i
thaw .
households. The judges are by with Liberia. If it
or
Come, I will lead thee where the crisping leaf Exile: in Siberia means, as a general rule I lIe told me he had two regular(: customers begin does it xrai
in the wind lea.j required to be "good men" and must contracted the be used up before it can go any further,"
, Sings upon yon upland only enforced life in a certain expanse of : a woman, who had
>e residents of their respective jurisdic- These arc the words in whk-h
country. The allows habit through employing the ginger on Charles
I Or if thy wish be for the quiet wale tions. They are elected by the people fora to the government a pension I for stomachic pains. I II. J. Taylor, the United States tnuktt-
exiled sufficient to scantily several occasions ,
of the stream
To thrid the weedy margins ;
r term of three The office is con the African republic
years. to summed
; To see the gold and purple stars that gleam clothe and feed them. The allowance in The relief it afforded her was grateful I ups
i sidered and to elect
a non-political one of the little
country
about six roubles less than took to it recurrence of opinion on the wet
In lonely loveliness, or watch the pale a mouth or that she upon any I
" the best to fill it has become a has
: .1 Waifs-journeying from changing Lill-whicb I only men *3. This will procure a place to sleepand her trouble. She found, too, that the I coast. Mr. Taylor recently returned
custom as valid as law.s a rule only his station and has
.;i I't'em' alcohol banished from resigned his
: coarse food. Once here, it is next to slight exhilaration of the I
tt!: Down dropping through the blue, so far they men of mature years, independent and impOSSible to escape. The exile in the mental depression. In this way she got I. mission. As his resignation does not take

J sail; with excellent standing in the community first place is landed in the heart of a wild to using it regularly, and finally to such i I effect until Jan. 11, and as he is therefore
10 As though the sun half claimed a shivered beam are chosen. intoxi- still connected with the state department
surrounded wild animals that she was often grossly
country, by excess
Whose tlakW'hirlt'd in the eddies of thagale The of the courts does not he is of expressing his :
jurisdiction wary
opinion
4 little or no civilization, and it is out of cated. Large doses produce a quiet
Fell softly: through the earth's haze clouded extend beyond civil causes. When a the question to think of escape, even stupor; additional doses produce a profound I Mr. Taylor is a colored man of marked
, I dreamS party intends to sue another party on any though the exile is provided with food lethargic slumber, which lasts in ability, and has been city attorney of

aI l civil matter the first thing to do is to I and raiment for the long journey. some cases for twenty-four hours. His I j Kansas City. He chatted entertainingly

Or if the wide fields please you best, where May summon the adversary before the proper Once in Siberia the exile is the same ns other customer was a peddler, who came ata I! of the habits and customs of Liberia.I .
1''' Still keeps her footprints green,albeit the dun This court holds I 'The startling disproportion he
of conciliation
court ,
in jail, with the exception that he has the certain hour every morning, bought a said,
And crimson dabbled wildernesses sway sessions once a week in cities, and once a I "between the natives and the immigraau
its contents
; Their in the October sun open air and plenty of room in which to four ounce bottle, and drank
tawny manes ; month in country districts. Three days' and their descendants is not
1 Where summer faded slopes, fire fringed and move. Inasmuch as no firearms, excepting by noon. The man craved the stuff so generally
notice must be given in the cities, and unable to about I known. Of the 1,000,000 inhabitants of
,I gray those in the possession of the officers, ardently that he was go
Are laced with scarlet flaming vines that run from six days to eight weeks in the are allowed in the country, and the colonies his business until he had set the machineryof I Liberia, b'i&.OOO( are natives anl112, im

I j' Among the grasses serer if thou'lt say- country districts. Lawyers are excludedThe are kept small, it is not now possiblefor his stomach in operation, and started migrants. There were 27,000 immigrant!
i "Lead where tne tragic;: revelry's begun;" parties meet in person: if they have a successful uprising. If the exiles time: circulation of the blood by means of I from America, but, as you see, most of)

"' 1 Where tyrian tinted woodlands cast away lawful excuse they may be representedby were permitted to commingle freely, get the fiery draught. He says that the habitis them are dead. They have been going
'1 Their wine stained, costly glories, one by one; household. The I America for
,e' some of their kin or together, and had an opportunity to organize well known to the drug trade.-Brook- over from sixty-six years,
t Where wild, fantastic madness and decay and have
presiding judge reads the summons, and missionaries been at
would .
c the even without arms, they lyn Citizen.The
Blend into std .Hence-like play
strange the complainant states his case and pre work there for fifty years, and
I Of noiseless fountains in some world undone make frequent trouble, for they are generally I
what evidence he thinks these figures indicate all they hare
sents necessaryand
shun in frame of mind. In the Rules.
;4 Speak then thy wish. Shall; not gladly a desperate Limo Kiln Club's
1 This fashion flattered world, so thou may'st stay sufficient. Then the court requeststhe first place foe bulk of exiles are persons The following new rules and regula- I accomplished. The civilized are to the

'Ii! To lw my fOlacewi1t thou say me nay tKol summoned party to answer the com who have offended the throne, and they tions will go into effect next week: uncivilized as one to a hundr(>(1.I .

crt Rums Wilson in New Orleans Times- plaint. When both bides have been heard, are moved to the offense through a desin 1 All dogs brought into the hall must I "There are never any children in the
Democrat. the state what in their judgment third generation of immigrant famili .
1', E judges to check the wrongs against the people. enter at the peril of their lives. I
; would be' fair and equitable settlementof One reason is the humid dampness of the
a
They are frenzied by despotism. People 2. :Members must not discuss presidential ,
j. IN CASE OF SHIPWRECX.t ; the matter, and request the parties to of this character have no regard for life candidates anywhere within half country, which imperceptibly, but surely
consider the uncertainty and great cost I exhausts the strength of all but natives.
* and no fear of death The Nihilist who mile of Paradise hall.
"t Idea of the of the of a trial. In most cases the parties after The temperature ranges between h3 and
A General < Workings destroyed Alexander II a few years ago 3. It wiX: not be considered in good taste
4i deliberation in the of the I 77 degs. You may polish your shoes at
Life Saving S'n'lC'eCaution. some presence was willing to be destroyed at the same for member to remove his shoes during -
1;' In a few words Lieut. C. II. McLellan, judges come to the conclusion that it will time. All who have moved against a [ any the meeting of the club. i night, and in the morning they will lit,

of the revenue marine in his part of the be best to effect a settlement. The agreement royal life in Russia have been willing to 4. Except in rare instances no member I covered with mil ew. All of the natives
"i is recorded, each pays a fee oftwentyfive go nude. Two of the tribes are very light
report entitled "Instructions to Mariners die for heir acts. shall be given over seven minutes' time
I cents and they leave the I colored and pretty The full dress of the
'JI' iu Case of Shipwreck," gives a good gent Quite as many army and other officersare for speaking.!
f: ; fcral idea of the workings of the service. I court as conciliated as friends, and with a stationed in Siberia to guard the exilesas 5. As many members arc dilatory in I men is a tall hat and an umbrella. Then

i quo'-e from him leaving out such sen- record of their agreement that has the I are in the military and naval services showing: up at the weekly meetings, the in general, all the uncivilized influencesare

, fences as would not interest the general force of a final unimpeachable judgment.That of the United States. So extreme have doors hereafter will be locked at ten minutes I the stronger. The children of immigrants
I H is the end of the cause if the sheriffis have never seen any civilizationbut )
public: been the punishments of the ex les, and so after the opening hour, and even i
j ,1? "All stations the Atlantic coast, from not called upon to enforce the agreement unjust, and so many innocent persons Elder Toots, if persisting upon an entrance that of their parents, and they t-oua

;.* the eastern extremity of th* state of which may be done by the levy of have been exiled that many of the govern :after that time, will feel something hit I learn to go nude, like the great majority
I Fear N. C. manned an execution. ment's officers of people about them. There are many
j If Maine to Cape are are Incoming disgusted. him. :
10: annually by crews of experienced surf, I If the parties do not agree to agree the Should Russia become engaged in a war G. Religious debates in the anteroomsand I other evil things about Liberia of which Icannot
M: until 1 court of conciliation certifies to that effect would lessen forcessufficiently si>eak now. When I went to i.i-
jf men from Sept. 1 May following. which the Siberian discussions as to the ago of Noah in I
} ; Upon the lake coasts the station are and the complainant may take the case to warrant an insurrection it the library must and shall be stopped. eriu I thought I wanted every negro ia

.' manned from the opening to the close of before the court having power to try and would surely come, and the system of exile 7. Members must see to it in paying I America to pack his sachcl and pt to that

:: f" navigation and upon the Pacific coast determine causes.-Cor. Minneapolis would be no more. It is maintained I their dues that all lead nickels are saved paradise. Now I say to them, stay away

,; U they are open and manned the year round, Tribune. __ because it is a dreadful mode of punish Jut to pay street car fare and buy cigars. from it. Only deluded American iiegrues
with the exception of the stations which rreferrrd. ment and enables the government to dragnet 8. Any member who is two months in go there now. They are led to go l>y
Married Conductor
. .J arc manned by volunteers. All life saving many of its subjects and suppress ullopl'n :arrears for dues may be looked upon as a the Colonization society. The motives of
i The railroad companies, as a rule, the society are good, but they do not know
and lifeboat stations are fully supplied dissatisfaction: at a comparativelysmall suspicious character and treated accord-
j a.: with boats, wreck gun, beach apparatus greatly prefer that their conductors expense. It would require alt ingly. the truth about Liberia."
I and restoratives. Houses of refuge should be men of family for the two fold! to for "What are some striking facts about
fr enormous outlay provide prisons 9. The edict banishing raw onions from
i are supplied with boats, provisions andII reason that they are more easily located the exiles. As it is, they are dumped intoa the hall during sessions is hereby revoked. the condition of the country*"

..1 fl'stomti'es.but, not ni ai. 1 with crews, when wanted, and, again, for the influence country they cannot leave, where they It has lately been discovered that they "There is not a horse or a mule or a

a keeper, however, resides in each for good that a loving wife and affectionate are safe, and given a pittance to exist ward off the hoodo, yellow fever, Lime jackass in the country. The cows are

II. throughout the year, who, after every children may have over him "A upon. Their mode of existence must be I back and several other diseases. about as big; as Newfoundland dogs and
man will often hesitate before doing a give no milk. The oxen are useless.:
storm, is required to make extended ex provided by themselves. 10. A member who votes :yes or no on &
? which might send him to the penitentiary There is not carriage or .; cursions along the coast, with a \'il'of wrong Some very affect i scenes are witnessedat resolution cannot change his vote without a wagon
whether shipwreck has when he has a wife and children the of exiles fromMoscow. a wheelbarrow in the rl"pullilawl ihwre
: ascertaining any departure a colony a satisfactory explanation and the
t { ('curr 'll, and finding and succoring any at home to look after and care for," re- From there they start upon consent of the chair. He will be granted I are not three plows owned iu the ti holepopulatio11.

i:r' 1 persons who may have been cast ashore. marked a railroad superintendent yester their journey every Sunday afternoon. three minutes in which to explain why he They have secretary tit the

't Houses of refuge are situated exclusively day. This led him to say that the Those:: not found guilty of the most heinous hacks water.-Detroit Free Press.Wales navy, but not a canoe nor a row Inmt Tht y
fatigues of a long run made the conductors have of war but not a ('alll..11I'
|: upon the Florida coast where the requirements offenses are permitted to go about in I a secretary ,
; anxious for the peace and quiet of to fire a salute. The army consists tlf 417
.; of relief are widely differenti I preparation without the presence of an Place.
home. and when they have one they can at u Watering I' soldiers of whom :::1"Ire: officers and ''it!I
! >i from those of any other portion of theseaj. officer. Tlmre is no danger: of escape for
.t!;: 1)oanMost of the life saving :lnc} lifeboat I nearly always be found at it. iv is almost impossible to elude the "1H- The prince, though stout (and what I privates. The legislature i 1Ilt't'b annually

j. stations are provided with the international Conductors dissipate! very little nowa- cers, and an attempt to escape means: I call a little beery, though the tirLs and consists of eight senators l thirteen
t' days. The man who drinks, even when wouldn't say so for the world), is a >cry who stand for I,;;;a
representatives: ,
and vessels .
code of signals; can.I death. The prisons are on Sparrow hill*,
by communication, be reported or obtain I off duty, is not the proper party to intrust! where Napoleon's army bivouacked. The I quick, nervous man, who does everythingas voters.: The natives are Hut represented

the latitude or longitude of the station. with the lives of agreat numberof people.It families and friends of the exiles are pres I quickly as a cat can move. He talksin in the guvefmcnt. The president 1.11.i

,; information as to the weather prob.it I is a rare thing to see one of them in a ent. There is wailing and moaning and quick, jerky sentences and moves like a I W. Johnson, who was horn there .>!
,; he does not 'I (Hash. He walked twice as fast as any
there lima
and if
barroom seen lie a
American parents. wears
;! bilitiesr, if crippled or disabled a Hoods agonizing tears. Mothers, wives: ,
long. One of tIle oldest: and most man in Homburg when he was taking his I addition to his plug hat and
tarry duster in
i { steam tug or revenue cutter will be telegraphed fathers, brothers, sisters, friends and kindred
i L for, where facilities exist, if re- I popular conductors of St. Louis is at present remote assemble and bid the sane I exercise along; with his waters. Well, he !,umbrella lie appoints all the ollict-r:.

IlL nuested. laying off with no prospect of securing farewell a criminal receives when ho turned up every morning at 7, and there I from members of his cabinet down tJ

j:,! [* "All services are performed by the lifesaving i a job again soon. lie has been resting i man-lies to the scaffold. There are frequent were all the girls. He took his glass of I constables. Nearly every voter is an oJH-
t N water and began to fly around the walks
for a When the superintendent I of kind.
crews without other compensation year. I bautlsms and blessings from the cer some
' lit!I : than their wages from th. government, 1 under whom he worked was asked the priests. in the park, nodding now to one friend i ""'hell the immigrant; arrives he is nx.t
for this enforced idleness he cai.- I and now to another. You had better believe I furcl'ofthecountrbilb
reason the musical
q though, in view of the meagerness of I Among the most numerous class in Siberia I by
their pay, they are not prohibited from didly answered that there was nothing I are the writers. The authors of that the girls were all there, red eyed consists: of one fife and one drum. later,

receiving such rewards for labor performed against the man except his failing of taking i books, newspaper articles, and teachers of and ghastly, because of getting: up so I he meets the bugga buggas, and the

f t or risks incurred at wrecks as an occasional drink. The company seditious sentiment, as well as those who early. But they had to take their chances, I drivers. These are ants. The bugua:; !btig;
I could not afford to employ men who' because no one is allowed to speak to theprince believe in rule. They are commanded
owners or masters of vessels or other persons would take the forum for a free or constitutional gas woman
I i tippled for such responsible work when I until he speaks first. He had I who i.s a. big n. aman's
may see fit to voluntarily bestow government, find early refugein by a queen,
I thl're"t'r so many good and temperate 'I about seven or eight men and women in two'thumbs and looks like a whitepiece
1 j upon them, but theare strictly forbidden the north. landed in Siberia, it is the
:a to solicit such rewards."Destitute men anxious to ill the same positions.GlobeDemocrat. .- ambition of the educator public opinion I his: party, and he would fly around with I of barn She and her followers willcat.anything
them than half the time. But suddenly -
seafarers are provide1 Mi to tell the outside world his condition and : more but iron. You May 1-uiM! a

food and lodgings at the nearest : >nl the horrors of the country. Here ?min every now and then, he would halt I house! one day, and the next day, if yon

1,1 y the government as long as neces.-vu-ii\ SUFFERINGS OF THE CZAR'S SUE could find sufficient foundation for any in front of a Yankee miss and"say. "Don'tyou were to strike it, the whole structure
want to walk a litv, e? He then
detained by the circumstances of ship- JECTS DOOMED TO EXILE. number of romances end heroic acts. would fall.
would start off with her for a turn or two, will eat
"The drivers oh Lord-they
I: wreck. Various schemes are resorted to to get -- ,
[ --- and then drop her and take some one ,
"The station crews patrol the beach letters to friends. Occasionally in tho up up a man. They have eaten six natives

t .. from two to four miles each side of their 1'!' \ ilt' ;t'> Which nn :Sniiietlines Allowedtho columns of newspapers om....ide! of: Hu'ia.:1ppar else.-Tourist in I'hiladelplmia'I'imes.Coin and the natives sometimes punish a criminal

, station four times between sunset and Wealthy H\il --rule of tin TootComic letters from Siberian exiles detailing or an enemy by tying him to a tree
t' sunrise and if the weather is fogthe: life there, and they are enouuh! to harrow ,'.'mttional1''erglvenesi. and leaving; him to hi> fate. The driu-w
t r", patrol is continued through the day. !-Lifi' in Siberia-II
i "Each patrolman carries Coston signals. I l't'ap.-\fC'tillg >-cm. the authorities. Indeed, 1 am told that but most people, after doing that, march like an army, in u closely knitttdline

t;' ; : Upon discovering ;v vessel standing into i Exile in Siberia has ceased to have they would not object to the publication conscientiously refrain from forgetting it. I nnntix-ring myriads. Th'-y have
:,j danger:: he ignites one of them, which many of these letters within the empire as they 4I am sure I forgive i her, as I wish to be generals, 'colonels, captains, lieutvnai.t*
t, I emits a brilliant red flame of about two of the horrors: it once possessed for tho take pride in keeping up the reputation ,4 forgiven: ," said woman who had violently and privates ranking according to !size.

minutes' duration, to warn her off, or reason: that the family and' friendly ties in the country, since to rclleot upon :"ife in quarreled with a relative.iI lay I The generals are half as big as a tuw
be ashore let her Russia not what they are in most nothing against her. She's treated me eat everything unclean.
should the vessel to are exile has a wholesome inlluencv on \.;;u!<3 up ) finger. They
I crew know that they are discovered and countries, and the people who commit be Nihilists.-Cur. New York Sun. like a dog. and if I'd had any spirit, I The natives, are obliged to bathe twit a
: --- ------ should have resented it before. I wouldn't the drivers would over
I I assistance is at hand. offenses against: the crown are morn day, otherwise
:.1 i "If the vessel i> not discovered by the desperate and determined than they usedto A Very Pretty I'allhlon trust her as far as I could see her and as i whelm them. A boa constrictor, afttr

,-Ij patrol immediately after striking; rocketsor bo. Still there are many patriots with The Broadway milliners! have inaugn1 I for :-l'l'akia.to her, I wouldn't lower myself { crushing a victim to death, will iuake!

flare up lights should be burned, or i if families v. ho!! prefer death to lift exile in 1 T rat(.'1 a very pretty J'a,!lii-in. It is to deck I to that : But I don't bolieve in trea j: wide circuit around the body to llC suru

I'I I the weather be foggy; guns should be Siberia, f, r ;IM many instances the lainily their windows with natural flowers.: The : tiring uj wrath, and so I've forgiven her I that no drivers are near. The serpent

i fired to attract attention, as the patrolman will not -eoniiiy| : the ixile; and since; a, mU. seems to be to display only a couple i j for all the wickedness she's tried to compass j! knows that after he his swallowed the

\ may be some distance away on the Siberian exile legally dead and his wife r.f bonnets and to attract: attention to i I against me. She didn't succeed in body he must sleep, jnd It the drivers

other end of his beat. is iiis.tantly allowed to remarry, the lot ia I I them by :m superb basket of cut roses or I it, and site never will succeed, for I'll keep I caught him in his i*>-t prandial: frliuuxrI :

# "Masters are particularly cautioned, if a very hard; one. j, whatever other flower happens to be the my eye on her, and outwit her at every I they would eat him UI). The drivers visit

,i1. they should be driven ashore anywhere in Since:: Miss: : is many times a lonsror ex star for the day. Nothing could be finer ;i turn.: And if it ever comes in my way to i a 1 tons'* ubunt! twice a month. Then')ua

f I4 the neighborhood; of the stations, especially I pmtlf country than the United States, |I than one of these windows thus:. :mrr ringed. do her a favor, she may whistle for it.- I have to go av.-jy until they are ';Ol1e: ..

r Q on any of the sandy coasts where and Siberia is in its northern t-xtremity, ; Only woman's taste! could hit 11P"o11 the Youth' Companion. |I'l::.t "!" the people du for a living:

;,1 J ". there is not much danger: of vessels breaking I i he trip of the exile is a tedious one. ThoifiMc idea, and it is certain to find general acceptance. I II I !I "I will only say that they earn them

:,t; up immediately, to remain on ward required is from six to twelve weeks. Indeed I have noticed thntSOUll' !Ii i liou They lti>in >niler Their PartnerI -". living in a different way from anybody ia"
until assistance arrives and under no circumstances ullt'r.hop... beside the milliners have America. I cannot answer that quiti*"
. ilxiles may ('hllt'1"(' their own I1Hd of emigrition have often wondered how gentlemen XM
i'j' should they attempt to land I ; if they have mOUl'with which to commenced to adopt the practice and I ,, rCltll'rnbcrl'flladies to whom they had just with propriety; : j'ct.Xcw York

through the surf in their own boats until I n.t their; t xv< : i-s. and hence some arrive suppose we shall soon have ;t tarried to j been introduced at balls when hunting and Express. _
I' : the last of assistance from the shore that will rob it of all I
hope usual extreme
the
at t-! -.'.' -It-t: :i::muchHiicrthan i I them up to dance. I picked up a pro-
: has vanished. Often when comparatively I charm. It will lIe Ham-ring tribute to Hack in the Market.
a
other*. From the moment of seRtei.ec :Mme! j;nimme from the floor at the charity ball entertainment
smooth at sea a dangerous; surf is running; sttbjctisat'lrrtberareofollc i ers. Kxika the inventor but a pity for he invention. which gave some light. The gentleman lIe (at a Chicago evening brilliant

i t which is not perceptible 400 yards offshore !| are mobilized :.t :?:.Cow. mil have a how Alfred Trumble in New York News.A had put beside the name of each strangera )-Do you know that very

; ; and the surf, when viewed from a i 1 ,', ;. ::i which to ciose up their; affairs., sy: word suggesting something distinguishing : looking woman at the "piano, Mi*- Ureezj-&:

vessel! never appears as dangerous; it is. |; a....-.!" farewell :.id prepare for tiejourney. novelty cane handles is of smoked in her toilette. But better was the I Miss Hnezy-O! yes, intiiuawj\raMo,

lc1)!j!} Many lives have been unnecessarily lost :I ivory in the form of a serpent the mouth programme of a gentleman who is visit- will be glad to present you, Mr.unmarried

I I by the crews of stranded vessels being I The t'Xiil'hu can afford to do s-o -and i.f whit,11 springs open to the pressure: c! ing St. Paul, which I saw. He sketchesreadily I He Thanks. Is thc an

I jf thus deceived and" attempting to land in 11 itreire tawny: iivr-on* of wealth and 1:1- m:.( liii!cr and shoots out fiery fau;i'. and had drawn the profile of one lady? been cc-
the ships' boats. -New York"Times.. tluencewh-i thus : conten -- diamond Miss Hreczy-Yes; she has
i1 :, i hire imperial :; ltvuips lady, a star which blazed at the I York Sun.
J'rt. ,1'Tj i his \vn private caravan has l: The Ginger VIro.Few neck of another, eye glasses for a third married t.icc.ew
Miller's Funeral Tile.
!, Joaquin liviried or special ;:uunls, 1I-t. through; people are aware of the effect of a and so on. A stroke or two as he moved I
I Joaquin Miller write* from his summit the villages: the known '' and the fair
tl:1 way. i. .ug sumptu peculiar i :rill of dissipation as away lady was stamped upon
home in California that the toldcn Gate ousl" fur he has n certain ti i. ::1' in which ginger: drinUin:: The arti&ie used is the his memory-rather his pfo ramme.- A :New l>alry Machine.A .

J is his doorway and that San Francisco ism to report: to hi. ol'.U-er.: and in:::.i-i t f a usually essence of girder, such as is mil up in th3 i Pioneer Press. 'I new dairy machine, invented by.Mignette. u

at his feet. This is, of course, no reflection sid journey one not nltu.t ita ..voift several proprietary preparations known I : of Paris, has linen described

0:1 the size of Joaquin's feet. The of I+lemsurc. The :jm, ,r man or woman, to the trade or the alcoholic extract ordinarily I The Island of Ceylon.; I Professor James Ix>ng. It extracts the

good poet is speaking figuratively. Miller however is chain to the strii.g; of convicts sold over the druirnist's counter. I Greater has been made in moisture from butter,or the whey fro>a

believes in cremation and has prepared his loaded into rickety vehicles at the Haviiii; once acquired a likin for it. the I agriculture,progress spice and fruit raising in the soft cheese by means of suction The" :;

;l' own funeral pile.! It is on the"top of a high; end of the rail or water trip. : :,d lumbers victim becomes as much a slave to his ap Island of Ceylon luring the past few I vase of the machine consists of a Ise\n-

hill. "When"death comes, he says, "I I along like a funeral procession, groin-: Ix'titet5 the opium eater or the votary of 1 years: than in any period since it has been i which has india rubber sides, and line

shall 1x5 laid on that Inch heap of wood in around settlements and svl :.. lacing:; allowed cocaine. In its effect it is much the most under the control of the English. It is I bottom a piece of perforated metal of a j-

the blankets in which I die. The men a stop. Their fire is t. meat or injurious of all such practices, for in the i said to be the cheapest place in the worldto quality. This communicates with an the

hit who lay me there will licht: their cigars fish, black bread and tea. Patriots, con- course of time it destroys the coating of the 1 live in. Unhulled rice sells in some pirating pump and a res noir \"acutUfo for

r with the same hand that breakfast lights; the woodpile spirators, thieves, murderers and persons stnach and dooms its victim to a slow districts for ten cents a bushel, and fruit liquid, which drawn: out by the fJtra'tion

and go down to w'tileI convicted of every crime are linked together a : agonizing; death. The druggist who j commands only a nominal price.-Chicago created by working the machine.. tM
phew! up to Gal in clouds of smoke. travel on the same level, farn told 1e about the thing says that as Times. is rapid, and in a few iiioinenw tnt

-New York World. alike sing the same songs if they do not ger essence contains about 100 per gin-I curd Is solid and r'adto be PJ ('cheeser -

have the same thoughts, and occupy the alco'iol. and whisky less than, 50 per C molds which form the skim wilk

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COMMITTEE LISTEN TO I this state, but heretofore the whites have Proposed ,hop, Yard on the Gulf Coast. I and surrendered, saying it was too cold to !' Wonderful Cures. a
THE SENATE done all the lynching. It is probable that stay out of doors. i
MOBILE, Ala, Jan. 22.-The war department I W. D. Hoyt & Co. Wholesale antI Retail
ARGUMENTS.Dr. -
TWO considerable money will ho raised, as many + has ordered J. H. Turner,of the United I Capt. William Farren, widower of New ;
whites will subscribe. The prisoners are to to make Haven, Conn., willed his $500,000 estate to I Druggists of Home, Ga., says We
States coast survey, a typographicaland
be tried this week, and will be tried sepa- :I I : his youthful and bewitching housekeeper j' have been selling Dr. Kings New Discovery -
Green, President of the Western hydrographical surrtjy of Mobile river I'
Jforvln will be I IAtVincennes Electric Bitters and Hueklen's tz
rately. They defended by white from the junction or the Tornbigbee and Relatives will contest. ,
Cnlon, Speaks In Opposition! to tho Arnica halve for four Have
lawyers Alabama to the mouth, the object being to I Ind., Charles Parkhurst confessed ]!! years. never n
proposed Bill and In Replied to by Mr. How They Came Ashore. obtain information as to a water approach I' to the murder of a depot agent at Marshall j; handled remedies that sell as well, or 4

Gardiner G. Hubbard. TACOMA, W. T., Jan. Fourteen China to Mount Vernon, and as to the availability 111., says he is tired of this world and I give such universal satisfaction. There

WASHLVGTO.V, Jan. 23.-The senate com-I men left Victoria in a small boat for the San I I of that point for a government :ship yard. wants to try another one. j| have been some wonderful cures effected F

on postofflces and post roads I I Juan islands, there: to snuggle; themselves Last session Senator Morgan, of Alabama, Tommy Barnes, the old featherweight, |: by these medicines in this city. Several

tnittee and listened to Dr. Norvin Green, ;I onto the main land of \,asi.i.Ltuu: Territory. it will be remembered, amended the bill tried but failed to knock out Jimray Flanni- ;. cases of pronounced consumption have

morning tho Western Union Telegraph The boat upset when near tho i..lawLAll. i authorizing the construction of new cruisers gan at Jacksonville, Fla., last night in eight : been entirely cured by use of a few l>ot-

president of the bills for the hands were drowned aud their bodies were :; so that, if satisfactory bids were receive i rounds for a purse of S300. j i I ties of Dr. King's Discovery, taken in 1 ?

company, in opposition to r'Kihed up on sbure., ; from this section, one should be built on the !j A Kind of Apaches on the Yaqui river, connection with Electric Hitters. We "

establishment of a postal telegraph systemby gulf. Morgan has prevailed on the department | Mexico, are reported to have killed two I I guarantee them always. Sold by all drug '

the government. The doctor began by MESSRS. GRAHAM AND BURNS CON- ; to authorize the survey. i I American prosixvtors, and wounded" two..ftoreson Indian Jliver. '

questioning the constitutionality of tho proposed VICTED IN LONDON.The His idea is, deep water to Mount Vernon more out of a party of five. I 1 __ _ -.._ _
bills. No country, he said, was so j can 110 easily obtained. That point is most I A can of dynamite expanded itself on the i
i readily accessible to iron and timber and j Give Them A C'lianrc !
this. ItW8.'S j of the Hoi token
favored in its telegraph system as 1 pauway ferry at Jersey .
asserted that the Western Union was a Audicuro Indignant-Cleveland's Jubilee therefore a most suitable place on the gulf i ii City yesterday. One person was injured. :! That is to say, your lungs.: Also all 4r

monopoly. It had no exclusive franchises; aft Not Likely to Keat-li the 1'opc. i ei'a.t for a navy yard. Turner is here, and j How it got there is a mystery.Wilhann I your breathing machinery. Verywon- /
will begin work at once. Some two months; .
Trouble* Hetwron France and Iicreasing I Witcher, aged; t\venty-om, derful machinery it Xot the larger 1
the field was open to everybody; it was no !I ; Italy i will IH 'ousumed in making; tin survey.1'hi postmaster I[ is.
than -Notes From .\roid. at Guernsey, Ind., was struck by aI air-passages, but the thousands ot little J
more of a monopoly any great commercial ; ; is emergency work, and nut includes;! I
L., N. A. fc C. i .' >enger; train while crossing tubes U1tll'l\"itit"'s leulinrfrom them.
business i LONDON, Jim. 21.-Tho trial of 11. C. Graham in the! plans of the coat and geodetic survey. died j :
the and
track soon after.Umrge I'
lIe showed how the success of the Western Liberal member of parliament for north Tur n.'r will also establish tide gauges; at )It.Yt'rnoul 1 When these are closed; : and rhoJcd
Harris, aged seventy, of Americus, with which ouditnot be there
matter to ,
Union had permitted it to reduce the cost ofmeas 1 Lanarkshire, and Mr. Burns, the Nottingham Mobile and a point midway :
Ga., got a divorce and married Macon vir-
!i tween. be-I |Innr luns: cannot halt do their work. 't
; to the public from an average rate Socialist leader, was concluded yesterday. rjlL Two grown sons thereupon visited tho
1 And what they do. they cannot lln \\fll.I .
of f 1.05: in 1HSJ7 to thirty and a half cents in The defendants were arraigned upon identical !Successful !SuGar Tests. old man ant gave him a drubbing.The j

IK" ;. He said that the rates would 110 fur- II charges; of rioting, assaulting: the police NEW ORLEANS, La., Jan. :').-The latest j! secretary of the trt'asu"has transmitted I i catarrh Call it consumption cuhJl'ouh: croup anof pneumonia the tamih' ,- ), _

ther reduced tho present:year. Touching the and unlawful assembly, which offenses it was results at the government diffusion experi- I to congress; a list of .;55S of the Fourth or
of throat and and head and turn
question of war of rates, he said that the 1 meat station, at exGon'fnur.armonth'Ji of July claims, aggregating SKKOoT, examined I nose :
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alleged committed in I
Baltimore & Ohio began it. That company, were Trafalgar square i magnolia plantation, show that the diffusion add allowed by the treasury.A obstructions, all are bad. All ought tnhe '

he asserted, had been built to IKS sold to tho on November i:;, Ib>i7. Considerable interest process is a great success, producing: thirty faith cure "revival" is being held at :got rid ,Ii: There is just one sure t

Western Union; this was exacted to be accomplished I was manifest in the case and the court 1 pounds more of sugar per ton uf cane than i ij leading, l'a" among the ::\h.nnonih's.lany:: waY to :get rid of( them. That is to takeJosehoe's '

on the basis of the damage it room was crowded throughout the trail. j produced by them ost advanced milling prop persons atilicted have tlbcked to the church ; German Syrup which any

could do. I Sonic pretty hard swearing was indulgedin 1 cess. and announced their faith, but no cures are rugirist: will sell von at 7.:> cents a botle. -

Dr. Green said that the history of government by the police, but their testimony failed so far reported.Miss tl Kven if everything: else h:.s failtnlon I

telegraph service showed tardy service, I to sustain the first two charges, and the jury I I, DOUBLE WEDDING POSTPONED.Two :Mary: A. Brown, green maiden lady you may depend upon this for ttr- :

bail delivery, and "bullexT' messages. Wouldthe I returned a verdict of not guilty thereof. The Arkansas Farmers Carve Kadi Other of Norristown Pa., is very blue tiMlay over taI-------

government be responsible for errors I third and simplest of tho charges, however, + Over a Division of Land. the: black: perfidy, of a Philadelphia woman {

and delays he asked; no Union government systemever that of unlawful assembly, was fully sustained 'LITTLE ROCK, Ark., Jan. 2J.: -The news ofa I who has swindled her out of s;>(),("'X U in a'ladies' Their HU!>IIlC!-S ISooiuin;;. '
Tho Western had to
was. pap
and upon this the Liberal member terrible in Fulton bank"schemt'.
tragedy this has caused such
front $100,000 to $:.OJJO, a year for its mis county, Probably no one thing
and his Socialist companion were convicted. which resulted in the death Clerical fanatics in the state of Puebla
state, of two ,
takes. Ho believed that the deficit of a government a general revival of trade at all the drugstores !
When the verdict was announced the spectators men, has reached this place. W. N. Baker Mex., have assassinated; several Freemasons,
system, as suggested in the Cullom on Indian River as their giving
evinced their indignation by an outburstof and Robert IIeitt were both engaged to bemarril'l being; angry at the order for unanimously
bill would bo from $ ,OUOOO( to lOOOOJOJ, I away to their customers of so many free
hisses which tho court had great difficulty and had supporting Gen. Diaz. They threaten to kill
they arranged to have a
a year. If the government did run a tele- trial bottles of Dr. King's New Discovery i
all Freemasons
I in quelling. double wedding. Before the event took found.
graph system it must take existing lines. No for Their trade i is
enterprise could run against the National I Tho verdict amounts to a moral victory place, however, Baker suggested; that they The ice in the straits is weakened by tho Consumption. simply I
private in this valuable article
: for the prisoners, since they were acquitted have their farms surveyed. The idea suited snow upon it that it will not bour teams enormous very
treasury, setting out to do businessfor I of tho serious and have decided from the fact that it always cures and 1 '
charges, they Heitt, and Baker accordingly went to Con- with safety. Consequently crossing this .

He nothing.wished; to concerning tho Western :j to make no appeal from the judgmentof way, a few miles distant, to secure the winter will be a failure. This insures an icver" disapjwints.. Coughs,,, colds! :ith-: \\\l:J

Union that its say value as stated by the the court. The prisoners are locked up in I i services of County Surveyor Dickinson. Ha I early opening of navigation. ma, bronchitis*, croup, and all throat :and '
presswould
not buy tho wire at tho factory, and i Holloway jail, but will be removed to some returned homo in the evening accompaniedby Public indignation is aroused in the state lung diseases quickly cured. You can

the company's other equipment amounted to other prison. 'I the surveyor. of Pueblo, Mex.: over the assassination: in test it before buying by getting a trial

three or four times the value of tho wire. i' The Franco-Italian Difficulty.PAUIS The next morning Mr. Dickinson, after he; past few months of several Freemasons bottle free, large size $J. Every little!
completing his. work, found that the line whose and ideas )
-
political religious
separating were re-
of thePc3tem Union could
Tho property j Jan. 21.-Tho feeling of bitterness warranted.----
I the two farms was about two hundred to the fanatical clericals.
; pugnant
not possibly bo duplicated today for its between France and Italy, especially on the
capitalization. There was a popular belief I part of France, is hourly increasing throughthe feet from the place where it was sup- Edison has established in New York a c. II. SCOTT", '
I posed to be on Heitt's lamL A dispute arose for tho of d
manufactory production phono-
that the company was owned by one man. I influence of the Florence incident, and ,
between the fathers of the two young men, graphs. He has 200 men at work and expectsto KASTKKXHAIUDKESSING
of
The company's directorate thirty men many | ersons fear that some other pretextfor I f.
II and old Heitt declared that his
man finally place the instruments on the market
representing the millionaires of the country, recalling the French ambassador from
held less than three-eighths of the stock. Ilonie may be found, should Italy heed I son should never marry Baker's daughter, within a few weeks, at 6<)0; each retail. SA I LOOX.

Its stock was hold by 3,000 people throughout \ Frances warning and refrain from repeatingher i nor his daughter Baker's son. At this Baker The Mormon church made application to I d

the country. Over twenty thousand offence. because furious, and drawing a knife rushedat the territorial supreme court for an appeal to If you want a clean and easy shave,

people in all were interested in this property. There is no probability, however, that tho I Heitt. The latter also drew a knife, and the supreme court of the United States for an As clean as barber ever gave,

I am toll, the doctor continued, that a petition I French government will yield to public before any one could interfere they had stabbed order appointing a receiver in the Escheatcases. Just call on me at my saloon
death. Heitt
each other to
bearing 500,000 signatures, is to be sent I clamor or the counsels of imprudent advisers I nearly may The supreme court refused to grant At morning, eve, or afternoon.
but is entertained of Baker'srL'Covery.
live
to this committee in favor of the government :| in pursuing the matter, and further no hope the appeal.

system! They will come by a command | than the circumstances demand<< and the : Kentucky has organized an industrial commission I'll[ cut and comb} your hair with grace

originating: from spite against one man with | fears of the timid will doubtless be allayed by No T-ouble to the Ilurglart with Governor Buckner as its chair- To suit the contour of your face;

whom Mr. Powdorly had a quarrel on another I an ample apology from tho Italian govern- FLKMixtsBiiii, Ky., Jan. 20.-Tho storeof man, to arrange an exhibit of the resourcesof To you I'll give a good shampoo,

subject, and not one out of one hundredof ment in due time. I Adams & Cook, at Mount Carmel, this the state for the Cincinnati centennial.The The art of which is known to few.

tho men who will sign have ever sent a LATEK-M. Flourens, minister of foreign; I county, was entered by burglars at an early legislature will be asked to appropriate

telegraph message. Dr. Green said he had I affairs, has had a very friendly interview with I hour Saturday morning, the safe and cash $20,000: for the purpose. My scissor's: sharp, my razor's keen, '

prepared a petition which he hoped a member Count Menubraa, Italian ambassador, and an : drawer opened and &SM: in currency taken. ,. George W. Voice and Patrick O'Ncil have Mysho\i is always neat and clean, ;

of the committee would lay before tho early settlement of the differences arising I No clew, The proprietors thought to keep filed suit at Belleville, Ill., for u";iOOO' !) each And everything I'm sure you'll find,

senate, and asked to have it printed. out of tho Florence episode is regarded as the matter quiet, but were forced to come against Detective Thomas Furlong and To suit the taste and piease the mind.)
Dr. Green was followed by Gardiner G. certain. I here for assistance to-day. The thieves, Frank B. Bowman, for false imprisonment in

Hubbard, who spoke over an hour in favorof through the owners' reticence, have a good connection with the murder of exMayorJohn : And now to all who patronize intend,
!Scent in the HOIM-U Cathedral.
the establishment of a government systemof Disgraceful I start. The safe was an old one, opening with B. Bowman, of East St. Louis. Just come along and bring your friend:*, '

telegraph. The committee adjourned in- PARts, Jan. 21.-A disful scene occurred a key, which tho robbers found in the cash The fight between Patsey O'Leary, of Cin- .\nell assure you I will try

definitely at the conclusion of Mr. HubbanTs in the cathedral at. .011 yesterday, I drawer. cinnati, and John Stephens, of Dayton, 0., Mv very best to satisfv.: mav7 !
nark,. caused by the sacrilegious attempt of a priestto I
re for *oOU( and gate receipts, came off near the
work the of the NEWS IN A NUTSHELL.Fresh .
upon superstitions people
latter city Thursday night. The sheriff was .
I
PROSPERITY KNOCKED HIM. the of in Homestead Xotlt:( .
through arrangement a scene
Crisp Cleanings of Recent Noteworthy thrown off the track, and 125 persons saw
lUg\ Salaries and Honorable Positions Were which he impersonated God and carried on a Happenings and Kvents. the fight. O'Leary won as he pleased in five LAND OFFICE Gainesville, Flu.,
dialogue with another priest representing, in J
Nut Suntclt'ut.nnmam.uf : rounds. November 80th, 1887.
costume and sentiment, tho de"il.Tbe Another natural gas well has spouted at
Ala. Jan. 22.-Tho Tho question is being agitated as to
startling
,
,
hissed the Chicago. that the
congregation performanceand Notice is hereby :given
disclosures in the defalcation of City Court whether the American association can retain
Clerk Frank M. Iron has thrown this city finally drowned the voices of the Richard Haines, of Zanesville, 0., has assigned the )Metropolitan franchise in New York and following: named settler has filed notice
speakers by singing "The Marseillaise and for '.iUOO.Massachusetts, ( Kansas of his intention to make final proof hi
into a fever of excitement. At first it was put a club in City. John I. Rogers,
"En Revenant de la Revue" The police senate the and that the said.!
supposed that 7,000 to $10,000) would cover passed prohibition chairman of the arbitration committee, says support of his claim,
the loss,but it developed that the amount were summoned and attempted to clear the amendment by a vote of 2.> to ti.i that they cannot retain a franchise without proof will be made before A. A. Stewart,

may go as high as $:)JOOU., The money is cathedral, but were unable tdJ do so. They i The strike of Philadelphia carpet weaversis keeping a club in New York. Clerk Circuit Court, at Titusville Kla.,

supposed' to have been invested in real estate, arrested several of the congregation, how- I growing. They want more wages. The National board of trade, in session at on February 17th, 1888, viz : William:

with a hope of a rise, but values suddenly ever,termination and the disorder of the was farce finally which stopped by The State Horticultural association, of Washington, adopted by a two-thirds vote a F. Dixon, Cocoa, Fla., I U. S. No. 1711
the
shrunk, and he was left no other recourse voked it pro- Pennsylvania, is m session at Lebanon. resolution declariug that the usefulness: of for southwest 1, section :'JO, township

but to Hoe. Iron left here two weeks ago, I General Manager Patton, of tho Union Pacific the postolKce department should be extended: 24 south, range :oG( east.He .

saying that ho was going to Atlanta in tho I Cleveland's Present to tho Pope. I has resigned on account of ill health. in the direction of telegraphic com!umiica- names the following: witnesses to

interest of the Southern Base Ball League.A I. ROME, Jan. 21.-Americans in Rome are I The president and wife dined the diplo- tion and urging the earliest favorable: con. prove his ccntinous residence upon, and I

gentleman in this city left him at the heartily ashamed of the doings of the person matic corps last night for the second time. sideration of the question by congrass. cultivation of said I1H1."iz :

depot in Atlanta, since which time he has to whom was entrusted tho duty of convey- I :Leslie McCune, aged nine, was stolen from Walance Dasher, John Jenkins,

not been seen or hoard of. Iron came here ing President Cleveland's jubilee present to Ironton, 0., by his father's divorced wife. The Children's Hour. Thomas Cantine, and John 1*. Setze, all

several years ago from Memphis, in which the pope, and are doing everything possibleto I Winners at New Orleans Thursday: Sam The multiplication of books for children of Cocoa Fla.

city he moved in the best circles and was an I suppress the scandal his actions have Wharton, Evangeline, O'Fellus and Lela has been another cause for the decay of :i'J; S. C. TrrKKK, Register.onci .
offitvr in the Bluff City Grays. Since he has created. I May. the fireside romancer's art. The area of;

been here he has occupied high portions of This person has been boycotted by the I Court has adjourned without bringing the city homes has contracted in proportion -

trust being secretary and treasurer of the members of the American legation, on purely j one of the Mount Vernon, Ky., murderers to as the size of the fireplace has dimin- \ :.

Gate City Land company, clerk of the city personal grounds ever since his arrival at I justice. ished, and children are more in the way of Pursuant to :an order of the Honorable

court, a director in the Birmingham National Rome, and as he has not himself seen fit to I Ohio miners in session at Columbus resolved their elders than they used' to be. It has Minor S. Jones, Judge of the County

bank,president of the Birmingham Base Ball I fulfill the obligation imposed upon him, and to aid their striking; brethren of Pennsylvania. become an easy matter to light the gas Court, exercising nrobutcjurisdictiou. m

association, and first lieutenant of the Birmingham I the American representatives decline to have I and send the children to their books. In- and fur Hrevanl county, Florida, made

Rifles. I anything to do with him or _his mission, it_is I At Benton Ky., Mrs. William Chard took stead of recognizing the children's hour, on the 7th day of January, A.I>. 1SSS, in
Iron was sober and industrious, and had that the vellum of the of old and it at the
highly probable copy as prolonging pleasureof
land
i 'Rough on Rats, by mistake, and lived buta time matter ot an application to sell
hosts of friends. His position as city clerk constitution will never reach the hands of i; few hours. the builder of romance, we substitutean in Urevard county, of 'rank Smith deceased -

was worth 10,000 a year at least His booksare I the popes j A broken rail caused wreck of eleven evening of books and periodicals, in to pay the debts of said Frank
now being examined. It is supposed that which the masculine head of the household f
Norwegian Hark Sunk freight cars on the T. & O. C. railroad nearConterburg Smith deceased notice is hereby given
he has gone to join the Canadian colony or must not be disturbed while he !
j of said
t.-The British O. that I will as the administrator
Iron is about five feet LIVERPOOL, Jan. steamer ; and the
possibly to Europe. studies his newspaper, wife must i
ten inches rather dull countenance, dark Toronto, Cupt Bouchett, from Portland, '' Sam Jones, the evangelist, will go to Cleveland be permitted to doze in silence over her estate, on Monday. the 5th day of )Iarch..D. .

hair, and weighs about one hundred and January 4, for Liverpool, arrived in the 0., to labor after finishing his meetingsat magazine, while the little ones not only .\. 1SSS. apply"to the Honorable Minor
:She: reports that during a Kansas City.A S. Jones. Judge: of said county, for an
There hintsof Merseyto-day. i! their still but I afraid
seventy-five pounds. arc vague keep tongues : am ,
a woman in the case, but they can be j i fog, off Skerries, Ireland, she collided with Ravenna, O., jury gave Gottlied Bower obey only too literally the command of the order empowering and authorizing me to

traced to no reliable source. i and sunk the Norwegian bark Friedas, Capt. f .*840 for his wife affections, embezzled. by psalmist, and "refrain even from good sell the farms ill Urevard county, Florida -

Larsen. from Liverpool for Savannah, and I' Rudolph Bower. words." At times I am tempted to organize known as the Grant Farm Place, and
i j jBIRMINGHAM that thirteen of the bark's crew were i the Fort Pierce Place and which are
Arrested fur Train Robbing. Mexica has affirmed the validity of the a new society for the prevention of
Ala., Jan. IS.-A special to i j drowned. Only one man was saved. The j! Bell telephone and Blake transmitter patent torture to children, which shall asser1 more particularly) described. a? follows :

the Age from Vernon, Ala., says: Five of :i Toronto was only slightly damaged. I II in that country. I their right to be both seen and heard in the All those pieces or parcels of land known
I
Pinkerton's men accompanied by the sheriff i : Jack Davis, of London, who challenged i household, and I am convinced that a revolution a? Grant's Farm Place and more particu-
'
of this county went out Saturday morning j Davis Challenge Accepted. oth Kilrain and Smith, now says he canno j in this regard cannot come too I larly described as lot one, section three,
"
to arrest James and Reuben Barrow under a LONDON, Jan. 1.-J'al'k Davis' challenge fight for six months.A. soon, unless the word home is to be banished township thirty south range }-
has evoked replies from both Kilrain and { I'ight east containing furty-I \'e nnd
requisition for robbing a train near Texar- :j I B. Pullman, of Chicago, has sued Dr. from our yocahular-Felix Oldbojin ;
to fight' in
Smith. Both express willingness 50-100 acres more or less ; lot four
kana
New York Evening Post.
about December 10 last. They surrounded -
and there fort
( in addition I Pine: ee, eye ear specialist ,
James Barrows house and had him Davis and Kiirain offers to wager -j !section thirty-four, township} twenty-
:ith1) damazes for
,
; malpractice.
held to the stake money 100 that he will ninth south range thirty- ihtt'aotcun-:
for instant when he made a hold ,
up an .\ View of Ostrich Feathers.
William Lohr
knock him out in six rounds.Eceiteuient aged: fifty-four, attempted I taiifmg sixty-lour and 50-100; acres more
run j!
and was fired on twelve or fifteen times suicided at Akron, 0., by drinking carbolic I "Give me two ostrich seats!" northeast of the
and the
j less
quarter
or
by the ;
detectives but made a miraculous es- at Limerick. acid He is in a critical condition.The I A stout, red cheeked voting country. of section three tOWJIship
ape.: It is reported that a lull from a re- \ DUBLIN, Jan. 21.-A scene of wild excitement aged mother of ex-President Garfieldis i man, who had been five minutes waitinghis I!i northwest quarter -.
south thirtyeightea4.containing
Iating rifle passed through his collar. The occasioned by the release of Father. the crowd of who thirty range:
was very low at her home at Mentor, and a turn among people acres more or less ;
| forty-eight
matte was a great surprise to the people :, Limerick yesterday, and the police tickets "Harbor :
at were buying to sec
Ryan, not expected to live more than a few days.A and also that piece or parcel of land in
there. The young men had lately moved :j i were enabled only by the most strenuous efforts I Lights" at Miner's theatre last night; I
Smith of the
back i blundering druggist Osgood, saM county and Stale, known as
from Texas where had been living
:
they to prevent a riot. I slapped down a 2 bill before Treasurer
Ind. Mrs. Sunman of
for I gave sulphate atropiaby j Fort Pierce Place and described as lot
a short time and are well known and connected I
he
McDonough as spoke.
here. theI;I AVill Sue for Damages mistake: for cocaine, causing her death. :: four section ten. township thirty-live
They were represented by : Mr. McDonough is used to meeting all
Tenn. Jan. 23.-The trial of Frank J. Smith, aged twenty-four, of New I south forty east.containing sixty-
men who were hunting them as being des- j I MEMPHIS: sorts of demands from all sorts of people: I range
the arrestedfor Haven, Conn. depressed over his father's I four and W-100 more or less : the
I rate and determined men. They are still :,: Walter Mendenhall, young man but this one swamped him. I acres
at large and the detectives have left the setting fire to the compresses in the navy suicide a week ago, also suicided by hanging. ': "Give you what he inquired. I II entire acreage of all the lands mentioned

county present yard on the night of November 17, r is been William Lohr, of Akron 0., drank carbolic "Two ostrich seats: !" said the would be I being two hundred and fourteen and
concluded in the criminal court and a ver- acid to neutralize the acidity of his patron of the drama impatiently. | 60-l0Umoreor less ; for the purpose ot

Defending L>"lichen*. diet of not guilty rendered by the jury. ; family relations, and is in a critical condi i, "What in the world do you mean?" paying the debts of the decedent, Frank

CHARLESTON, 8. C.. Jan. 21.-A mass When the verdict was announced Meuden- ]. tion. : asked Mr. McDonough desperately. I Smith as shown by the schedule attached -

meeting of negroes held here last night, appointed hall arose in his seat and thanked them. Ha ,I i The Southern base ball league will meet at i "What have you on that there sign up to the petition filed herein, and all

committees to raise collections to defend -i;i then left the court room with his mother, :I Atlanta Monday: to decide whether there there?" said the countryman disdainfully. other debts which may be properly

the negroes charged with lynching I' who was present all during the three days' ;:; will be any professional ban in the southI I "O-r-c-h-e-s-t-r-a, ostrich seats; price one proven as charges against the estate of

Waidr'op a white man in Pickins county, nfortnight I I trial. It is alleged that Mendenhall will ,i ii I I next season. dollar. That's what I want. said Frank Smith.

ago. \Valdrop was accused of as- 'i sue the Compress company for $100,000 |i iI Nine prisoners in the jail at Bryan, Tex., I He got the best two that were left in the D. P. SMITH, Administrator

amlting a negro girl fourteen years old. I damage -- I I'I escaped to the woods* but one rood returned bouse -Newark News. 33-4 w ofthe Estate of Frank Smith.
I'Tnching offenders of this class is commonin:1
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4 THE FLORIDA STAR, THURSDAY, JAN. 26, 1888.

j _ _ :

Fruit Vegetable Growers' Meet- Bucklen's Arnica Salve. MALABAR CIGAR FACTORY
t; 1 THE FLORIDA STAR.. I Mines in the Region of the Ashley River. t' The best salve in the world for cuts,
Mining, Washing and Drying. Editor ('If7ht Star : fever II. C. Starck, Proprietor.
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, : i
PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. The whole coast region seems to ban I DEAR SIR The Indian River Fruit hands chilblains i
tetter chapped ,
sores, Manufacturer of fine
I once been the bed of a shallow inland sea, Havana and TW
and Vegetable Growers' Association met corns and all skin eruptions, and positively -! mestic Cigars. Trade
ELLIS B. WAGER Editor aM nutter.S1.J5O and over a compact bed of marl some I supplied with Ere
forty or more feet in depth there lies a deposit at Cocoa on the 24th inst.as per announce- cures piles, or no parequired. hand made!rood-*. Orders prommlvfiitJi
of phosphate of lime from eighteento It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction Factory Malabar., Fla.
and atMelbourneon
ment adjourned to meet i'
t Annum. 25
refunded. Price cents
per thirty-six inches thick. This is just below I or money
the recent soil and sand. It is reachedby the 10th of February at 1 o'clock p. per box. For sale by all drug stores in'

i Entered at the Poet Office at Titvxrillea* stripping the surface till at a depth of II' m., to which meeting all fruit and vege- Titusville and on Indian River. j. 5,000, Budded Trees For Sili S

Second-Clots (tatter.tt fifteen to twenty inches the deposit is table growers and good citizen's generally jt t At Low Prices.
j found. The phosphate is in the form of I I
nodular concretions, from the size of one's are respectfully invited and urged to i 60,000 in Nurser r. r
1,one Inch In space; 24 squares
SQUARE
!, make a column. head down to coarse gravel, about 60 percent attend. Very respectfully, i Apply to '\Y. H. SHARPE,
r of it being sand and marshy humus.
advertising rates enquire of the Editor c. B. IAGRCDER, President.L. h CQ OCD City Point
This is loaded on to tramway cars and <3 > p Flt
always enclosing two cent stamp. of A. GINGRAS, Secretary. tt-T & PHJ t
44 hauled on an inclined road to the top ---
the washing house. From the cars it is I *3 o SH i TALMAN'SNEWSPAPER
TIlE STAR is the OFFICIAL newspaper d tj* K MM y
dumped into long troughs-inverted pyramids -: .eeklJ' Meteorological Summary.Ending ..- >
for Brevard county. -at the bottom of which are large revolving -I r H M 0 I
24 lSSS.l
; January p SUBSCRIPTION
d shafts armed with steel teeth, S'sS. ....,. '0 : AGENCY)
'1tt 1 f which serve to break the large lumps into : ? M-
round on fu>tt O* u OlTli TilE PIOXCKH
maybe AGEXCY.
l '
', THIS PAPER V.ftowell Co'a Newspaper smaller ones and return the whole into s.:: = ;.I'.L .I P b
., Ad.erdalnatBurKn(103ptaceBt...wrtd.ertin gcoatracu lower troughs, in which revolve other ... I _:: gc S S 0.l.J !\ For terms and sample copies addressCHAP.
Le made tor U 1:1'NEW OBK.J
; tsar shafts armed with paddles, spirally tE.. ...: ..: I
: = ..: g gB.. g1 Sd P II.
arranged, to carry the phosphate forward ,: .--I:: ri NAUMAN,
-
circulation D\T LI .
The Star has the Largest : '" -. P '
and deliver it to inclined at \ >, I y HP
on a screen an :: Haulover P. O. Brevard
'1 of any paper on the East coast of Fla. angle of forty-five degrees, from which it I :: I 7.1.:.. ::.'"'= ,I :.J I -= ; "Hw '-D o SH3 5 county, Fla.

falls to the floor. During all this time it I I :: ...= ...: --e i :: : -
I - y ;&, ; = g. S :r FOR SALE.
:
.. J
.
is treated with sprays of water, and the I I :: -.c I 0i'T'i
:;' Immigration Fund. dirt and sand are borne off in ft contrary j :; 1= = = \ :::: Mt3.' P I Land on Banana River in quantitiesto

,l'' Our fund has not increased this week direction by a suitable reverse slant in the Wednesday, :'0.13TS50: N\V; Pair. tfJ S Ul.dH 3 3 suit.
,
'! troughs.The Thursday .. 30.33154 36 \'r 10 Clear. W R <3
:
, much as we expected, or as much as iM- House and Lot in Titus.me.Young
; .
as but clean rock is 1 ? *
damp phosphatic 1' L <1
Friday, ...... 30.3362.1N lti Clear. <1 ? 0 M "
it should have. A move that is of as'I then shoveled into barrows and wheeled O CD 4 -
Saturday, ... 30.3'2169147 SE 11 I Pair. M. Hj ..- (D Tn 1 Oranges, all sizes and price, ia!
much vital importance to our future I into the upper part of large brick kilns Sunday30.32 6551! XW' 9 Cloudy.Monday KM Hyj: a 0 0 r0 /) Ul quantity. Sour Stock.

prosperity as the development of our about GOxlOO feet and twenty-five feet ..... 0.2G: 70:5S': X L20 I Fair. > M P P < Four Sail Boats, of different i capacities
high. The kiln is first prepared by "
'I aids to reach Tuesday,..... 30.21 70:56: X Fair. .. CQ 5 gL. p One Boat.
, country, and the necessary spreading on the bottom layer of washed ...... S M- Ul .- CD Ducking

/ it, should be promptly and liberally responded phosphatie this are laid pebbles iron ,flues two to feet give thick.air, andover In 'r. w. D.YID, Observer: tr.J ALSO,

to. We have received from Mr. these a pile of fire wood (southern Signal Corps. F 0 p j <*- BOATS, to Let by day or longer term.

A. Brady, of LaGrange, $2.50, and the pine) two feet thick, and then on this the o & 2. Enquire of
...,.
'i list is now : phosphatic rock is tumbled from the bar- ORANGE QUOTATIONS t; M-. t;. 0 % po0OU P. D. WESSON.Titusville .
rows above until it reaches ten to twelve FROM ) Jan. 1, '88.

'f.f The Florida .Star, $.5.00. feet thick, about 400 tons to a kiln. The Florida Fruit t:$ CD I - ,- -- -- -.

', A. Brady, 2.50. mass then being ignited from the flues, ENcliange.JACKSONVILLE ....,. (fQ Mt; ; I.Ij
,; ::r .6..EVJS'DELMONICO
burns slowly, and when consumed the M0 ...
't'4 Mr. Brady, in his letter, says : "The moisture of the pile is driven off, and the Jan. 2.187. OP

.,1 move is a good one, and deserves to suc3' rock is ready for shipment and sale to the Our latest telegrams: report prices g I

ceed. Who will be the next one to aid fertilizer establishments, which, by processes about as follows : B H P ::: HOTEL
each it with sulphuric ,
to treat
peculiar ,
O P MS1 -
) tOO box. CQ
3' in its tucceftti Strictly fancy: $3.50 to per
acid to free or to make more solu- -
"
, Choice Bri!!lit. 3.00 3.50 SB COXOA, INDIAN RIVER: TLA
It is
--+-- ble the phosphoric acid it contains. 5 &s
then ready for use by the planter.The Ordinary 2J>O" 2.75 Newly Furni'-Led looms, Goal Table
if Passed ',"a-. two establishments operated by Choice Russet, 3.25" 3.50 '" I 0 H P'

r,t this company produce 123,000; tons of the Ordinary 4t 2.25" 2.75 Terms Sper Day.Special .
At her residence in Titusville last "
rock annually. The profit is somewhere Common ,. culls1.25 1.75

Thursday morning, Mrs. Iluckabay, the about 20 per cent. on the capital invested. Highest quotations apply only to such I I rates by the week or month.
The limit of production, is only boundedby .
beloved wife of Mr. F. G. Huckabay,
fruit is choice and well
as strictly fancy, "
the demand. The prices from )1. JAKVIS, Prop'r.
range ----- -- ----- --- --- -- ----
one of our prominent citizens and business i- $7 per ton to (now about $4 per ton. An- packed. Much fruit is arriving at des- : CARDS.

men. Mrs. Huckabay's illness had alysi of the washed rock shows: Dirt, tination badly decayed, owing: no doubtto The Scarfxt How to Zltamloat Landing

been of nearly three week's duration, 1 to 3 per cent.; silica, in form of coarse GR:1S
the unfavorable condition
white sand, 12 to 15 per cent. : lime, 41 of the L. A. ,
during which time all that medical skill per cent.; phosphoric acid, 27 to :-0 per weather. The weather in the vest for Security Mutual Benefit

H. and careful attention could do for her cent. The color of this curious deposit is the past three weeks has been usually : PUBLIC.Rock
ATTT-AT-UW AND NOTARY
J from u cream yellow to coarse brown .
Her death is I
recovery were given. a severe I cold interfering with
seriously shipments -
I orange, forming irregular concretions. Its Florida.
Ledge,
I; loss to Mr. Huckabay and her parent source is evidently from the marine ani- and sales, causing considerable SOCIETYOF

: !'. Mr. and Mrs. Huckabay were mar mal life which in former geological ages delay. Foreign fruit in transit is reported ..\. McCRORY,
abounded in this then shallow sea. The J
ried only about a year ago, and anticipated .
fossilized vertebra and teeth of fish and as follows, orange 14S,3-:> packages

,I the enjoyment of a wedded life for some animals abound in it. i gathcedtriangular : : lemons, 111,500 package:" to arrive ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, NEW YOTTK.:

many years to come. The funeral was teeth of sharks measuring four New York
at Boston Philadelphia Bal-
Miami, Dade County, Florida.
No. 233 X. Y.
inches on each side, indicating monstersof Broadway,
largely attended last Friday afternoon at
1 that period that must have been whale- timore and New Orleans by February Taxes: for non-residents paid. Titles

I the residence, and the interment took I like in size. These teeth are as perfect as 10th. 'S3. examined and Abstracts furnished, having LIFE INSURANCE AT ACTUAL COST.

. I $ place at LaGrange cemetery. Rev. Mr. I when shed, highly polished, wnh: razor- Respectfully, just completed an Abstract of the

I J I delivered the burial service. Ir.I I like, sharp edges finely serrated A. 31. IVKS. Records of Dade Countv.TJ SFls'D FOR CIRCULARS.
The discovery and development of these I
; and the relatives of the deceased -------,- ----
Iluckabay riches occurred soon after the war, aud General Manager.:
I have the heartfelt sympathy of afforded the impoverished people source L. GAULDEN, Opened for the Season.

of income and wealth that proved tb be Not Customer ot" Vick's.,
a "
tin section in their loss.
entire t6rA: man who interested in his own
valuable than
more gold mines. Xegro ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
------- laborers arc employed entirely, and are "That's not a Sunflower, I want you welfare will be pleaded to know that

Special CountyHay's.. found of late years tractable, industri-, i to understand I don't grow nllfluwers.That's Titusville, Florida. ANDREW GIBSON
and work to the entire satisfac tion of their I a Hi-an-thus, it's more like a Dah-

Secretary Forbes of the Sub-Tropical employers when treated justly and with I lia than u Sunflower." Such were the JONES & WILLIAMS, Keeps the finest oysters: to be found in

has consideration. There are seven large word of an indignant: woman, when toldshe
i Exposition! by authority of the executive -
mines iu this region, the output of which had a splendid specimen of Double! Tit us'llll',

I committee, addressed) letters to goes largely to Europe. Other deposits Dwarf :Sunflower, :growing: in her front AUorncysatLaiv.Titusville AND SERVED IX STYLE TO SUIT PATUOX.

( the Sub-Tropical commissioners and oth Are under water and are dredged for, but ';trtl. One acquainted with this* flower Florida.
-O-
I er representatives of the following coun- otherwise are treated as are those of the (IIelianthu muhifloru plenus), will
dry diggings.-Charleston (S. C.) Cor. Detroit Plain and Fancy Cake made to order.
ties: Gadsden, IlilNborough, Lee, Levy, Free Press. not be surprised at the old lads mis- GEO.1.. ROBBINS, Maker Bread hand.Also .
ahcay on
take growing about four feet high
: covered
Madison :\ImateeIonwe Nassau Su-
with golden-fellow double flowers, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW a fir -tclaHarLer shop attached.

I i wannee, Volusia, Lake, Alachua, Bre Lost His Dinner. about the size of a Dahlia. it resemblesthat : Meals at all hours; from :S n. ni.1 to 11 p.m.

,. J yard, Marion, Hernando, Orange, O-ceo- Mr W. A. Smith in his "Benderloch," plant very much. This little inci TITVSVILLE, FLA. Partiede irnc to losivt- on morning wallboa.ts
relate the foil m-.ng tncounter between a and hacks will please note this.
dent shows how
clearly it i b
la Polk important
,I cambia Jefferson, Sumter. and -- ----
larg-- earth worm very hungry frog:
Clay, St. John, Columbia, DeSoto and The frog mad repeated an desperate that every one having a garden or evena TT F. ATKINSON PIONEER COOPERAGESyrup
!shrub. :should own and study Vick's .
Baker, proposing that a separate day be efforts towallow the worm iy great Flora Guide published Rochester;
at
,
.r ,wigs, the worm taking advantage of the Barrels $2.25.
designated for each county upon which periodically: relaxed: hoM; to -.thdr.\v its X. Y., price ten cents, and a due bill JUSTICE OF THE PEACEFor

the residents of the county will be specially rlre-i iy ougulied end as far JLS possible, for ten cent worth of seeds accompanies the Second Justice District of Bre Gauged to order ten cents extra.

+j. invited to meet in reunion at the After G lengthened;, struggle the half the (Guide.; yard county ; Court days third Mondayof Wheelwrighting and Repairing.
--- -
suffocate l frog had managed to -
gorge
Exposition. The hay met NOTICE. each month.GEORGE C. O. 13.
: proportion about (}D<>-hali th' wriggling ani struggling

.;i :; with great favor and the counties an'f1 creature, when the latte.leach' -! LAND OtTici: at Gainesville. Kla. ) ---- -------- --- Honey barrels): anti Oval Water ilreaterfrom ,

the stem of u rosebush despite the :0- V. BONKER.
21, lSSS /
now arranging their separate day The an. -82.00 up.
uous endeavor of the frog to preveir
railroads) : ) ; have agreed to give an exceedingly Xo sooner had the worm reached Complaint having illenntef11 at this Tanksami
f. ( )lliee by C. S. Adams,< ain"t ,\.
) low rate on each county day, which than carefully, UMIIC and: it :l,raduallwound* n po.ir, I.f upc.itsti, t iaines for abandoning his Homestead Joseph Entry Justice of the Peace and Surveyor all kinds ot COOPEU WORK to orderT. .

will doubtless; l>e announced in a dav. or l No. 1124:1:;, dated January Dili, lhSj: Can fnrni-li the liijhe testimonials fiomMirvevortifneinl JOIIXSOX.1.aGrall ,

two, and it i io; hoped{ that all who can withdraw-n2 upon the L''t '! and west half ui" nortlue .. of Dakota ns competencya Florida.:
l"o: DK1TTYUllVEYOK ',
;::( : :
.f J will come on these days nnd !ee what tomb and coiling itself iu safety round ijnarter, -eetion 1. townohip-outliran! 'e of public lanil?. Terms for field work,plattingand ____ ----
'I th' stem. :;ti cast, in Ilrevaril county, Florida with a all land calculation*, $;. per day or any u --
their own county has
fition, or what other- 11:.Vl' lone, and in its mind and its interior, and :aid parties are hereby summoned to appear \ ). 1LUU1DA. ROCK LEDGE,

zi what the State of Florida has done and i i- then hopped disconsolately away. I at thi. othee on the 20th day of
March, ISIS, at 10 o'clock a.m., to respond T JOHNSON COCK HrTT.
capable of doing. The Exposition i i. The Hank of England. and furnish ttimon'onc'ernint. '! said Indian River, Florida

worth all it co-t :lS an educator to our allece, abandonment. Justice of the Peace
i all of whom will 11:1 The Bank of Ilaclaud doors are now so J. T. G. CKAWrOKI. Keeeiver.: ,
own people ton-
finely balanced that a clerk, by pr( ;mg a And Public Winter Homes etc.
Testimony before II. I> I>urclitieIdN. P., Notary ,State-at-Large. Court
1j i-l'f'fl at finding many thing* ;grown and hno'> tinder his desk can close the outerdoor day 1 of month. ,
at (;leorgiana, Fla.. on TIiurMlay: March -t Saturday I.aG range, Fla.
tt ;;r manufactured in Florida of which) they > instantly and they cannot be opened "th.1s'8, at 111> o'clock a. in. ,____ _________ u___ _
} nzaiii except by special: process. This is Lots locatedin
------ Building centrally
i i., had no conception. They will also learn gone to prevent the daring and ingenious \OTICE.Land R.It BURCHFIELD,

t\i not only of the great variety of product- unemployed of the metropolis; fro-n robbing i
' Rock Ledqe
the bank. The bullion Oilice at Gainesville. Fla.. r ,
departmentof \
", of thi; State, but how to grow them and COUNTY SURVEYOR.
this anti other b-xuks are nightly submerged Jan. 12 ISbS. / With or without Orange Tree-*. ruurandl1H
w what to lo with them after thf'yafl' : several feet in water by the action ('oml,laint having !len entered at toth'te !/: i Orders )by mail will receive prompt minute-' walk from ,torPua u:2k

grown, and will see many lnautiful products rf the maehirtry.: In some banks the bm- l>y Je-e J. Fox a :iin-t < ieor t.li.. I attention a-s calls in pcr-on. anollIotl"l.lsn other lan, U-
Call on or address the 11\\n r
i l'o-i: tll.':):\*-:,tent connected with the Sutherland for his
; of the tropic wl.Hieanbe utilized) abandoning Home-tead .\l
rc-5: : Georgiana Fla.
: !1nacer's: : j-livpinir! room. and an entrance Entry: No. 142:>7, dated May, UUh, 1ssi. S. U'.JUU, nO(':. I.'df", Fla.
here in Florida.
: c.unot be elTetunl: without shooting a bolt upon lot 1, 2, 3: ar.dI, section 3), townliip ,
in \0 AGENTS.Importailt
tidorniuory. which in turn sets in 24mith! :' range ?! east. in IJrevanl F. GRAY. ---

Pierre irillanl, Jr., who inow on a II motion an alarm. If a visitor during:: the county, Florida, with a view to the cancellation S. -
t day should Ivippen to knock oil one froma
i hunting! and fi>hin;: trip ,n the India pile of ha'.i sovereigns: the whole pile of aid entry to the said parties thi ollicn areher'lIyummoO.1 Watch Maker and Jeweller.ALL to All !
appear
wou.vl: ils.j 'eai. a pool of water
rhIU:1KCi' t. Au -tine hi- 111'311qutr-1 ; : taking
E,, its place.-New York Sun. <- the loth; .lay of March. 1,5,"'. at threeo'clock WORK: WAm .\STlI>.
t ter. The fast that Mr: Lorillanl. Sr.. I p.m., to respond and furni-h te ti- .
I' Shop at John Diion'Drug Store Titnsville, IT*
had l ...U1 hi-j stud an-1 l retired from th I Tin- Tallle antI :Newspaper 4 inony ment. concernins aid alleireil'- abandon

turf has l'ef'n"iclely rulverti-ftl, but the I A clergyman:: of South Norwalk Conn., I S. TUCKKR. Kegiter.J. i E.T.. REDDING, The most important crop in South

l tu. li is he has nev- Ci'iujuereil l hioMI recently preached a sermon ia: which he T. G. CISAWFOKD, Ueceiver.I
; I Florida is the Oramro and every
I II v e fr racing, and although he will not corv.n-irul the newspaper with the Bible. Testimony to K1 taken by R. IJ. lier<+- crop 1-.1.
The f..llo\vin-t pa- age is peculiarly strik- I field N. P., (;tOiana, Fla., on the :3rd CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER, one should endeavor toecure a :$('
ear to the public :ia i ref t'1'! '
does
apj |l':1tN" ing.; The ni lh' ? criminal: news ( not
day of March, ISSN, at 10 clock
't turf it i- w1l known that i I.i is- .n Pil'rrl'"in difftr much from that which we may read a.m. Tilu ville, Fla., variety of orange: in planting a :groveTo

CIJlIIIf') here his father left oil, to-morrow. It contains no display headlines \ do this, and iret such fruit >* ban
jet it record in the same realistic Is now prepared to attend to work in this
;r t''e i.. f Lnrilh 1-d: 1 will\\\ :I;gin:: !v way a murder such as that of _Abel or a To all whom it may concern: line and furnish materials. Estimates given taken premiums at many of our State
suicide like that of Sam Abimeieh Six months after dite I will pre!eLt to the Honor- when so desired and the erection of building-
iiliar in -I: oirekPli.; on. or -
a .nc r::" : ''-
Vsition
abl Minor 5.Jon"". Probate Judge of Bre\ard Co. and dwellings solicited. -45)1 Fairs and the New Orleans 1-
or Saul or Saul's armor hearer, or .. at
I\vytr it'Npectw: u.:111 I ot u-r FI inv final accountand vouchers of the estate of
many' Aliithcphel. Narratives of thefts and robberies JOHN MOORr-, deceased :aid county, and ak Will also furnish town lots with hou cs com buy trees from CB' 3la-
notid turlm.r. wil: '*kh ; 1.1 theirltei arc scattered through i its pages, accounts for my final discharge a* administrator of the saideotste plete, at reasonable rates. Houses built in your

j .c1'luart r.. this of family quarrels and separations ,' PmsEisP. Wtg: >o! ,Adra'r, any style 10 suit purchasers. Prices and full :gruder & Son Rockledirc, Fla.2ft
: Titnsrill Fia.JanuTt 19. 1N5 furnished
.'' I particulars upon appication.
fur cai ( tic.tgo! Herald.

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THE FLORIDA STAR, THURSDAY, JAN. 26, 1888. :5:

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-o. J'. $ 3CTOR, '
L. C. OLIVER .1'


Hardware and Dealer in S. H. RAY 1 '


General Produce GEORGIA PINE LUMBER t.: j, ;

k J''

MERCHANT. Successor to J. C. Norwood and Co., !' t
Of all kinds Dressed and Undressed. ;( .
Florida. '
Melbourne. .. ,J'I I

Lath Lime Brick Etc. Etc. TITUSVILLE, FLA.
TITUSYILLE BAKERYWashington Shingles, Ceiling, Mouldings, :' II IIi' >


TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.. tt I IGen'l

Avenue near.the Railroad. All Large Orders Filled with Dispatch. Yard and Office near J. T. it K. W. Railway Depot.F. .


MRS. V. GAILER. G. HUCKABAY. F. T. BUDGE. 1
I
Merchandise ,
Frch Bread made daily; also Pie :aUC:: ..A.BA.yo:: db BUDGrE,

and Cakes of all kinds. Cakes for \.

special occasions furnishedat Agents fOr r


GIVE HER short notice.A CALL. THE LAFLIN & RAND POWDER COMPANY. STORE r," :I'I ,



GWIESER I I .

ORANGE RIFLE POWDER : 251b. kegs $5; 12Mb kegs $2.75; 6ilb kegs $i.5O; .

CREEDMOOR : 6Jlb kegs $1.50; ORANGE DUCKING: 6lb kegs $3.00. I propose to keep I t I I
& ShoesMADE 'j.
Boots 1
Linseed Oil, boiled, G5c.; raw, GOc. gallon; Kerosene, 1500 test, 20c. gallon; White Lead in 12J, 25 and 501b. kegs, Sc. per lb. I. 1 f-

FLORIDA. A First-Class Stock !; i
TO ORDER. TITUSVILLE, 'Jt

I
t
J. JBIR. ::B.A.UI\d: "
Repairing Neatly Done BEAUTIFUL RIVER FRONT -OFGROCERIES- ;J

TIT TSY'ILLE, FL 4.0 .

In leather or rubber goods. ATFORCED -


I have stock of FINE SHOES, selected SALE. f" '

to meet the wants of the
Indian River Trade. ONE MORE IIOLIDAYI ,

.
"
Shop on Main street,next to "The Fair. 3Gi acres of high dry land beautifully i, t "

TITCSVILLE FLA. situated on Indian lliver. Gives at leasta .

quarter mile river front. Will be sold Blankets below cost.
I at least 30 per cent. less than any land DRY GOODS
THE SLOOP "AGNESI"commanded of like nature on the rivcr.Ve are Quilts below cost. ,, if

by ordered to sell, and sell we must. Over Coats below cost.

Address or call on Men's Suits below cost. M
CAPTAIN JOHN )McLEAN

Makes regular trips on Indian River. Clias. D. Sweet, Youth's Suits below cost. NOTIONS, l l.liens' Iii

SHE CARRIES A FULL SUPPLY OF Manager Children's Suits below cost. '

GroceriesDry Goods I Indian River Real Estate Agency, And all other Goods in proportion. I am now making room for Sum- : Ladies' & ChihlrNlS'SaOES.

Canned Goods, .25 mer Goods, and will sacrifice a nice line of Goods in order to make
TITCSVILLE. FLA.
Hats, Boots and Shoes, : room. Call and examine mv NICE AND SELECT GOODS. i

( Ladies'Shoes in great variety;Prints all WM. H. SHARPE, -0rI3 : : lY.
new patterns at low prices. .

My-iaie Clotting, Toilet Articles REAL ESTATE AGENTFOR BIR..1TA.t1vI, t.

XOTIOXS.K3P THE ONE PRICE CLOTHIER
,
For the cash onlyMatch

15.46 Cm.EYE CITY POINT.Lands Second Door East of Indian River Bank, TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.

sold time with interest or I'
----- ---------------- ----- --- --- -
on long ------ --- -- -------

GLASSES on the lease system, or for ca:,h.. Oranges, Icmoiis and Limes raised on high pine land. :ra.A..TS: fJ

and Crystalized Lenses. Lands cleared and planted, and cared for Guavas, Pomegranates, Olives, Persimmons, Joi'oanuts, Peaches, Figs, Pears, .
if desired ; by contract or otherwise. Sapodillas Plums, Almonds, Grapes. ,
I

IAWKE; Refer to L\ M. Brecse, Detroit, Mich.; INDIAN RIVER NURSERIES

J C. Norwood, Titu>ulle, Fla.; IJ. W.and .
no. Hibiscus Allamanda Jc amines CLOTHING
Roses Poincianas Bomardias
Tazcwell Court House Vu. Catalpas, ,
J. Etms, ;
Euphorbias.
Eucalyptus
rM: ,
r and A. Becker, Montreal, Canada, for n
whom I have made roves. CATALOGUE MAILED FREE. TERMS CASH. ,

JOHN 15. JlEAl'H Indian River Nurseries, East Melbourne, Fla.IM .

__ __ __ _n --- --
LAKE WORTH. (;( Jlt's ]Furnishing Goods: ,
O S. PORTER GEO. w. POTTER.Co .
PATENT.They >IVRUCK I Sur\ejor. I

and colorless as light j LOTS FOR SALE in the New Townof I ALSOCROCKERY 4
are as transparent
itself and for e he excelled enabling the wearer to read for of the lake of that name soc\\ known PORTER & POTTER
hours without fatigue! In fact they' are for its mild climate tropical !'cenerral1 Titusville, Florida. ,

PERFECT SIGHT PRESER VERS splendid hunting and fishing.The GLASSWARE
undersigned have at last yielded ,
Testimonials from the leading physicians in the SEND FOR DESCRIPTIVE LIST.
United States, povernors, senators, stockmen, men to the pressure! and consented to throw Real Estate Dealers
of note in all professions and trades, who have had open their land to settler To do this Chas. I). Sweet, Manager.; ,
their sight improved by their lineAll we have divided our lands into lots! convenient
fitted and a fit guaranteed by
eyes HARDWARE
for business lots winter homes,

S. F. GRAY, Titusville, Florida.These villas or groves, and will sell at prices Geo. E. Chase Lake Worth, Dade Co., ria.; ,
glasses are not supplied to peddlers at any to suit purchasers: of the most limited i

prkt"u __ __ -- moans.The above land are situated near the AND
Will and
Buy Improve Land for Partiesat
I
Passenger Department. Inlet on a beautifully-Using plain on Ship Chandler
thec...t shore of the famousLike a Di-tante.
U'oith commanding a npeil \ie\v of ,
DeBARY & PEOPLE'S LINESTEgMERS. the lake for mile of the Inlet, and of I Ship Chandlery Goods.
passing vessels! on the Atlantic. Moat anile.ile Supplies, all kind
and I'atcntlIchor*, Chains, Blocks,, \I.
The land is high and diy, repays
: cultivation by an abundant yield ot Canvass, CaUnmzcdire I Jakeorth, Dade Cu. Fla, is the roost tropiral
Hope, all sizes, Teni, I part of the-tate Located on the Atlantic Coast,
most varieties of tropical fruit and Spruce Ladders, Mouth of Jupiter Inlit 20 ra l.-". Jupiter t-eim the
section. Pineapples I south end of Indian Ii\er
this Lakrortli lies

r parallel
in
vegetables; grown fine Copper Paints, ;:al's, 1-2 cal'", qts. with the ocean beach M .5 miles long. araf
etc.. are now yielding crops Spar Varnish! ;:al's, 1-2 gal'sgtspts.!' ': width one mile, connected with the ocean by an inlet
on thi land without fertili/Ing.: Oils and Leads, all kind- I and is nowhere>er 3 4 of a mile from the ocean These will be the main features of my
Now i is the tune to elect choice lot*. F. W I>nOEX I OS UEADY'lIXED PAINTS i The n"hing cannot be excelled and our hunting the
and I; beet for all kinds of game. Some beautiful cocoanut -
Call us see plat. Lu..iucbut orders forauv
upon for EmldiiiK Sailing boats \ sent me
In fact aeythiiM or : gropes in bearing i n the lake; mangoes fajipadilloeg -
For price :and description apply to alligator: pears sugar apple, cnavafi, Span
U lI'PS EJIock, JO East Bay St., i"h limes, litEaua apj.U's.A ocadapears.tamarind thing kept in any store in Titus

City of Jacksonville Eiannel E, Heyser or Allen E. Heyser J.\CfiSOX1'II.LI:. rs._\. almond gooseberry.dates tree. figs. niamrnee, bananas apples, pineapples. niauinue oranges..t-apn yule will be promptly filled. i I

CAPTAIN w. A. SHAW. Luke ttorfh, ria. lime". lemons. titnum awl all tropical traits alllJ
floHtrs Tlu the west
is eaiterniart of Florida;
Jacksonville Saturday. -- -- ---- -- Geo. B. the golf Rtream beiii. nearer to the land than at
Daily trom except Rumph. ..
any other: part ot th-ma t. whuh insure even temperature of any part of the state Good IlfJ i
v FULL LINE t IF I II lIotl.l.* and (-tottfJ\ of all Mica and [rrue* se
I-I. B. Plant, TITUSVILLBFURSITDRE I (,l1tf'll.\'th a IIt.OW' firm will have mot-t all of the
1 GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS. I II II II II heat land to KI 11). 1',u tie* timing unto will)no doubt '
HALL .
CAPT. I. C. Will Fruits Chickens
II in a short tinjfc lu"r. than double the r.rchae molur buy Eggs
,, ,
Daily from Sanford except Sunday. I l\e i\elotf t ail l'IZ.from the to one hundred
acres, all tronting on LaVe'ttorth. Prices from
STORE.Frosclaer t:0 to $3"' per acre oom": autitnl hotel sites, also .
improved progeny 1."tt31t',etc The fojlowjn:
ON ST. JOHN'S RIVER. s are a few of i ur rest bar/aintt. Or any Country Produce my customers
I >,<). 1..-.&3.4: aireweit ot Lake\\orth.
..
S<'In> 4.-:;:; with about 7"1) rod front-
too.1t"TH. LANDINGJacksonville-'. XOBTHArne. age nil west sli,,'" of Lake Worth market.I .
.' o.-C5: 1 .a-r.-"with' 1-4 mile front on wet
:\.0; 6:30 a in
r m Lease. A. hore.< ...
":00 Tocoi1'alatka '
> .
j mijoo > -2J 1.-Z.cr. no west shore
9:01) 1'1U l:::.0: j in / t J1RESS' 9.-15 .. east ..
II 40 ..
m
:
t'O Rolleston p *
I' In 10->* 41 west
10:10 PROPRIETOR. .. .. .. ..
11'C1) I'm \VeUka pin 11.-13 ea.t I F mile frot.t.

-:'. mat5am __ Georgetown Yolusiator flan 7:15 p p in ni .". 12 U._-I 1.'J I -fc for a share of the public patronage .
'->::0 am .\.* 7 10 p m .. 14 0"I't '.
4n a IU Dt'I.anlJ.3J1(1iI1J: 5. 5: o amArrive lane Spring 4:15 p ui *:*+ sash on we.t *h reof the lakl' Tbese
ate b.lrcatt,., dictator for favors.If .
1' <<10 Sanferd. S. F. R. R. 2:15 p In .. a-king your
: a m Parlor Suites HIRT$ 16.-'l:' a if* wiih new cot tat;e on east shore
6h: ant S-mford.Cit> Wharf 145pm I f 1".-> .. ., i!i 1 Ou m I NDC0 courteous treatmentgood
9 : p
::W a m Enterprise LINEN.LLARS : on Cast-liore.
<\>NN.:TION_.Kt Tocoi with St Johns Railroad: I FINE .... 110 -:i" a at PaUtka with l1j'riJa'Sol1tht"rn lUilway.atUollenton I 19.-20" w' e>t goods and low figures is
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witht.. John's and Halifax Riser liailroadt :: Bed Room Suites &CUh I .'. J1.-t. ea-t "..
> \.tor with st Johns and Lake Ln It be Land Landing With Peljind and St. John !' J!.--i 1-"'area on eat shore with new, mod.
Railroad; at lime Spring with U S.. O.C. and \. I era-bni hou...oi 8 room.now buil.lire, tube
llaiUav; at }:',tt'rl'ril6 with \. C, **t J. I It. j r.a.U. f('r oicuj-anev "y IVcember Ii>t Tina public favor,
P ilrl.a.l. for Tit is\ille. at S4nford with trams ot Beds Mattresses I ii,Wt-e and lot fondle or to rent Thtr are
the 8 F Railroad for Tampa; at Tampa with the RODEnT IILZST'NFresli I j 110 bearing .:oc".ntt tree cm this 1larf'>. then I'm
steamer MARGARET. of the Plant*te m"hip Line { VU", a new cottage of 8 room, beautifully
for. Point on Tampa Bay and Manatee River; also I Garden Seeds | nitrated on east ride of lake and 5 acres of elected.Yours .
"ith the Plant Steamship Line steamships cronn.Pattacbed
OLIVETTE and JU-COTTE for Key West and Springs i Sold at Philadelphia Retail Pric('-. Will 2157 are.. *<>f land -n Key Largo
lIuana every Monday and Tlmrtl'ay arriving at make order and priceto I 21.-10 on west Bid, 40 rods back of
KeyVest Tuesday and Friday. and Havana wed special .. the lake. anxious to please,
n'sdav and Saturdav returning, leaves Havana parties wanting seeds 23.-40 acres oc west hore..
I. '.G.-IO" .oast and new cottage.
eYerr"Pdot'tlday and Saturday. in bulk.
And everything in the FURNITURE These are all bargain, Come and we them, if

C HALE General, Pai'Seogergent,DeBary Line line. Call and see the New Stock Geo. B. Rumph. possible Parties; otherwise wishing write.further. information. enclose s. 13:. R.tayre

sv.M D\VIDSOX.General, just recei\ed. 19 Titusville, Fla. itamp. 30-3m
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}j.: GREAT SUFFERING AMONG IDLE IRON I IIa i, business men was appointed to carry out the A HALF MILLION NAMES. i hat is this Bissau fiat: is Coming!! which] described my uu. '
objects of the meeting. The same body is I *..

, WORKERS' FAMILIES. ', !making a strenuous effort to secure the location Petitioning Congress for a National Telegraph Upon Us ? ;, I better than I could I iii\>: elf. I

1 of the Cincinnati Southern car shops at System. : rried the Shaker

f k j Lack of Coal Cause the Mill to ShutDown :' 'this place. Lexington will make a liberal 1 PHILADELPHIA, Jan. 19.-For almost two Like a thief ll* night it steals ; Extract of
: offer for the shops. Hoots and kept on with} it
Tf"mporarlly-Rellolntlon'i of the I weeks petitions by the hundred have been in us unawares. The patients j Uljjj
upon !
:New York Trades Assembly-Conference THE FIFTIETH CONGRESS. I flowing in daily upon the general headquarters have ) the !'! to-l 1 ay I rejoice in irooc health
t a
pains 'out.
of the Officials-Strike Notes. of the Knights of Labor in favor of the :MrM.. E. Tinsley
Heading lUier
Proceedings of the Legislature for the and 4onletinleSl ,
.hest and sides
erection by the United States of a National '
21.-There is
Pa. Jan. Co.
WEST CHESTER
Ii Muhlenburg I\y.
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Nineteenth
Day. Telegraph system to counteract the alleged the back. feel lull ,
They
the families of the : :
great suffering unions In the house, the clerk called the members i I evils of telegraph service controlled by 1 I For sale by all I rurriists .
t idle iron workers at Coatesville, this county. ltd the n.outh has a .
Ii to order, and announced the illness of Speaker monopolies. These petitions will be sent to sleepy ;

The mills have not been running since Carlisle. :Mr. Cox, of New'i'ork, was chosen congress. These have come in response tc ,id: taste, espt:ci'14\ in the I

: the inauguration of the miners' strike, and speaker: pro tern. :\McKinley presented the the appeal sent by General Master Workman slime | CURE rn: Tm: DEAF

., when they stopjxyl the food and fuel of th j resolutions adopted at the wool men's recent Powderly to all local assemblies, calling upon .orning. A ort ol ticky PECK> P.U't.NT IUl'1Q1" ('T:.lIIU\LL I-mt

4 working nen and their families stole 1. conference. Mr. Grosvenor bill them to demand of congress the establishingof .,Elects about the teeth. The lJIr\I: l'unCTJ.m.hI 1: TIlt: fll .\1" "'I.I ;
reported a ,
There were about 2,000( men ern doye-l in the a government telegraphic system. no 11l"t'r'b..thtr dtMf!>s i".,'il.UII.b\ :
', from the committee on rivers and harbors for The blank petitions and instructions to -;;ctite is })oor. Thi} re i iS: a \r*. or injuries" to the i>aturu drum+.' .\i ii ',\?.t.
them
mills and llY far the greater numlx-r of 4 III
t'UI1U msible
I the purchase of land necessary for the construction { assemblies we>* sent out by Mr. Powderlyon like hrv.loti on the |I ;1Htlon.. .10 othrr amid comiL. r,.,:irtU
livid to their earnings. 'i ling a ; i urar Mule i>onv r'&ti.ni. t''f'1Ihi...i..- .. ,.
up Era.
work of locks and dams for the Cumber- December 12: accompanied by a, circular 'di"tinrtly. \\> refer t.> th.>..' ning then) \
when their all
The cou>ciiuencc was that fall j land river. This measure was then passed. denouncing; Jay Gould as a, monopolist, pro- imach ; soiwtia:: faint, : for iljiistrateil. book;; of I'rno""fre. AJtln 10.. Its
to
i, back stopped upon.they Tuesday had absolutely evening nothing the citizens oft The report of the committee on elections on j ]prietor of the Western Union Telegraph na sensation ut: tie :pit of the F. IllM'OX. S4) Ur":1): Xw 1a

take towards I the Thoebe-Carlislo contest was submitted, I iwith company and designating; him as a thief and
Center\-ille held a meeting to steps I ll'h"hieh food dnot ,
: T1l:.\
f1H: I\T:
notice that its consideration would be robber. Ever since theutho matter has been
relief fund for the sufferers. CATARRHn'l.1 f
forming a nollgh to ,, ree
asked before Friday. In the morning hour Mr. discussed in and committees I } ii'v'H .. l.'UU\u.
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j f It was decided to get out subscription book: assembly: meetings, I : isfy. Theeytsnre B..1..1".II.I\ n\; :: .Jk.i-.I \ .ir ..\ J t
Contributions ara being made by the lilnTal Wilkins called up tho bill to authorize an 1 have taken the petitions through; the hands and i\vt 1 became cold
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.I'j'j increase of National bank circulation to the 1 towns and secured the signatures of members I, lit ) Kf\\ I 8:a l 1'Iot.11'ulI ,.nU'Ih lr
p citizen, and the destitute families will IMJ ]: .
t properly cared for. ]jar value of bonds deposited but Anderson, I and other jtersons interested in tho IK :: ('it1n11p) Aner a while a *UU.1. S- *.'*' I'"I1.srIN 11I11.: .earlmse: I.I.eLk1 r. n'r l.tl1.I'lt..:s,"H.

( ii of Kansas, and Weaver, of Iowa, filibustered i ment. Other commitU have move-I t"Vbut .s. l.tI' 1.t.1. .,,, WHllt.,1 t"r H.tn c'1'1'3.,
The New York state Trulc'4 .\.emhl.r. i\: \ until the time expired, and the bill I congressmen and senators of disti '!!pi: sets in, at tirst < is:toe;' ...al.:1: tte at onee f"r U nu.. lIt :,r..t.o.1:'

AWXX.. Y., Jan. 21.-In the statetrades went on the calendar of unfinished business. I states in which they reside and obtained from I :'rer: ;? few month-; i i:> :tieiid- -lliroad vst. X V.

!. assembly yesterday considerable onthnsjasm The president's and them II .
t message accompanying an expression of opinion either for or wiili : ., 1.\.I.IIIU\\S-
f' wa; aroused by the r a ling: of the Pacific railroad reports were laid before the I against the measure. 1 a gl'l'lAhl--U-:4..ltl"l" 1.l' i P a elltS'Ithl"I.,.,,: ?: t.

t f following re.nlution..Iy. P. J. )IcCafrrof ,'.\', 1 house, and referred. Mr. Yi ilk 11i moved to I Mr. Powderly's instructions were that tho I ,,'('ttY'ltil)11. Tlu i .:U''l'ut: leels i- ..n!; r.ITarpTon ._
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lirooklvn: 1 1 take up the unfinished business. Weaver j ]petitions should bo returned on January 2, all the and '
vd
,., "VTcKUEAS The strike! of the Reading ;and Anderson filibustered again until 1:4;; and the next day the first lot of signatureswas while -leep.oes + .

'Ii i railroad employes and coal mrvri; has now j p. in., when the house adjourned. j:' received. It required two trips of the not seem it; .;SToi\l any 0

:.]! become: a battle between capital anl Labor; j In the senate a communication was pre- j delivery wagon to the postoffiee in the morning >st. Aftv, time I.i-! Inromestu'vou55 Tonph. Uronotiltl.. Athma, IndiffMtlonirv.PARKER'S .
1; and. 1 seated! from the i i t ; r GINGER TONIC without dewy ft
postmaster general, explain- to bring the mail to headquarters and ,
J Ladvureii lb.iNOrstauraandattutbe:
r \VllEttK\s, The Reading Railroad ei mi. :, ;ing the detention of imported books and i another trip in tho evening. From that day i j ;: 11''i; ; .i'.bltcsMi: : gloomy, fur all ailix-liona many of the throat; and lungs, and- k pang is bringing II.\ul"'r labor from Knropo \!. parcels: at New York. Mr. Hoar i until clerks I arising from impure. blood amid exhaustion. The, fly
expressed { now a score of have been busy I ud There.s nntl vi.-k. strni r'ingagainstdiseaseandelewl' dnftir
]has o".i *
to fill the pla-vs; of nvn fighting fr bread, j:., himself as not satisfied, and moved a reference j| counting; the names and classifying the : loreluxlilies.; to the grave,WIll ia many rues recover their nealthbr
"t1 I' the timely use of I'm GincerTonicbuttlelay; .
... for their families: therefore l>c it"itESOLVEI to the finance committee. A bill was i tions. PL'ti'l a giddiness; a. tort: o l' "-hi} r1iig I pcrom.: Take It in tune. Its Invniu-xl.le forallptiniaud
), That this convention pledge''Ij' : diaordcra of btumatli and towt-L too.at Uni.
reported to reimburse the of tho In the jbUR
first
depositors i package; that arrived there I when
i !: the railroad men and miners now on strike, Freedman's I J sei:>.ition in the 11l':. ,
j Saving and Trust company. A were over six thousand names, and the succeeding I -- -
I its; hearty and undivided support, an.l urges resolution was agreed to instructing the < ones were equally large. Besides 'i llig U") alilt; [ !(';iy; r.hl'1' )howL \& nix irrtit. i*'r' mull III. \\ll. I 11"L.\r I uji
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and labor to assist 'r 1'a} fl.rlt'.I. \.w I'"tram'- ;"-1 oat,
.i j every trade organization j jonr postofiico committee to inquire into the ; tho signatures of knights, a considerable I .1.! become costive : the] :-4in is I i $52\\J \ $.:5i .ample-.mil li.eloal.'
v.4 brothers in Pennsylvania in the strrugglefor
: I i detention of certain mail matter addressed :number of small business men and shop I w. filldri-ttr r A. you. '.!' it..r. N T
I h I" manhood and American principle, and be j to senators on account of printed keepers have added their names to the lists.; Ij')" and hot at times ; the blood ____-_ ___ -

, s,. it further. .j notices on tho envelopes. The house bill 'The petition when it is sent to congress will, I
thick md "
That against the -comes: : :stagnant
"RESOLVED wo prot< ;: ;
i I relating to the permissible matter on second :it is said, contain upwards of 500,000 names.
importation of pauper labor by th. Reading t third and fourth class matter was passed. A It remains for :Mr. Powdcrly to take chargeof 'i" whites of tel:; t'vt'S bieomeiiged I LIEBIG COMPANY'S
the United
Railroad and call
company upon resolution was adopted calling on the secretary > the petitions and see that they are :
presented ] the urines
authorities to enforce the law vith.11v
States against; ;
j
of the treasury for a report as; to the : to congress. : .,
such importation." amount of revenue collected from each kind His physi( condition will prevent him for scanty and hj- -i I colored de-1

tit The rules were temporarily wispended to of liquor each year since the internal revenue :some time from assuming this task, but his I
i ositill Iii.i : 'terstiiid9n
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k pass these resolutions, and tho secretary was ;i ; TRACT OF MEAT
law passed, and from the special tax on distillers : physician reports that the patient is rapidly -
instructed to wire this action of tho con- I
and brewers. A message from the i I recovering from his illness, and it is believed : : '. iliere is L'.cf11l'utiy| :.
the executive board of the
vention to I
strikers. president with reports of the Pacific railroad J I he will be strong enough to go to Washington "ittinij: of the> fool i, >ome- >i
I commissioners were laid before the within up
senate. a few weeks. Ralph Beaumont,
Resolutions relative to the protection of i YOU
On motion of :Mr. Hoar, the message and American commerce and the improvementof
canals were adopted. I reports were referred to a select committee :< at Washington, will assist Mr. Powderly onetimes with a sweetish
I of five. The Blair educational bill was taken in having the subject of governmental tele-
The resolutions pertaining to the IMPROVED and
ECONOMIC COOKING.
I postal telegraph bill were adopted government ex- I up Mr. Coweu, of Colorado, speaking He graph !service introduced i ?'\te ; this i is fiv, ni ntly at-

cepting tho clause which provided for a delegation was senate followed adjourned.by Blair, and at 4:151). m. the SOMEBODY LIABLE TO BE HURT. nded with palp'-itiun' ; : of the I

f' to go to Washington and urge the I, i I .eart ; the"i io1l ;iHicomes ill Ix. 15.-Genuine oiilj" With facsimile -
An Armful
passage of the bill. This clause was strickenout : Twentieth Day. Vigilance Committee After a
riuoii Licbig'; !signature
as entailing unneceary exi>n-ae upon I In the senate petitions and memorials were Gang Missouri Outlaws. I '.lired, ,,"ithpl't.; s }before the in blue across label.

the assembly.Tho presented. A bill was passed to fix the OZARK :Mo., Jan. 23.-News from tho .
i!. ;.'t's; ther: *; i i.. a fe -iin. !< of great
proverbial apple of discord was introduced charge for passports at $1 (now $.'>). A bill Stone county-Terry war, now transferred to I
in the shape of the resolution favoring I was reported to settle and adjust the claim of j! the Arkansas bonier, has reached here from '('ostratioii: and 1 \\"".' !kiH ,..;:\. All Sold by Stor'rpeepers. lib n rs old l'rlljJI.

n tariff for protection as well as for revenue. any state for expenses incurred in the defense I i Galena. After the bloody combat in Stone ,f these symtoiK tie ill turyresent. I everywhere.i .

After a long debate the resolution was of the United States. The direct tax bill was j,I county about six weeks ago, between the I -- -
tablet A resolution favoring the Austra- considered. An amendment was added bar j I I Terrys and their Missouri enemies, the former It i is: thought thttarly

lian system of voting: was discussed and ring all claims not filed within six years. The j I I retreated to Arkansas, and there rein- ,. one-thir of 'our >uttion i Over 6.000.000 PEOPLE Ewg3ED5
po]
finally adopted.The bill was then passed. The Blair educational i forced by their clannish allies, stubbornly
committee on harmony with the federation bill was discussed until 4:50p. m., when the '! defied tho authorities, preventing any arrests ]has this disease ill some

of labor assembly reitorted a, basis oft senate adjourneel. .I being made. A vigilance: committee had of its varied form: .

agreemenC including a section that no man 1 1IP In the house Mr. Grosvenor presented the 'I been organized in Stone county to rid the J ., are admitted tobetb

1'j holding a political appointment lw admitted i j memorial of the board of centennial coni- ', county of tho Terrys and their outlaw ad It has: been found that phy- Largest In the Seedsmen world.

IP) as a delegate. After some heated discussion i ij j missioners, Marietta, 0., in regard to tho !: herents. The committee has been strengthened ieians have mistaken Iw ("t1ls'' J > D.M.PSHEYACO'SD.M :
this was referred back to the committee centennial celebration of the settlement of ,: by a similar organization in Arkansas, I ,. lIIadntt4.DeMrIJe
Heading OtMoials' Conference. the northwestern territories. It was ordered I organized in tho vicinity of the Terrys' new i <)f this (li
j PHILADELPHIA Jan. 21.-No business printed. A resolution was reported requiring I stronghold.Some II treated( it for a ]liver complaint
of the of the time this interstate i ANNUAL
men's committee or representatives of tho secretary interior what legislation ago vigilance
nl is for tho committee ordered tho Terrys and their it lets for kidney disease etc. i p Forl88S
-; striking miners called at the Reading railroad necessary disposal of pub-i I malted
win b
office :yesterday so far as could I KJ lie timber lands; and for the preservation of i, friends tut leave the county in so many days, 'tc., but no.ie: \ of : 'MV-V: kiwIs of : fit FREE TO ALL
the natural forest lands i specified in tho warning. But instead of aDd
. learned there. A conference lasting over an at tho head j I applicant
of navigable rivers. A resolution 1 leaving the Terrys procured twenty-five new : reatment have been attended to taut aeaaon'i
l + hour was however hold, at which President was' 14 customer witn-
':r j? Corbin, General Manager McLeod, Pi- offered making inquiry as to the I Winchester rifles and fortified themselves at vith success; for it i i.. reall\ t i ,_ out ordering K.

,_ ci rectors Autelo and Baer, and Simuol Dick- funding account. It was not received I I Boone, near the Arkansas line, south of t! Invaluable UmtCardenFIelduf
son,of tho board of reconstruction trustees I as it referred to the proceedings of | Stone county. The Terry faction is said to Constipation: ?nd I dy-peHia.l It n Every Flower

'I were present. I a past congress. The minority report on the I II Ii number thirty-five fighting men, all welli i is: also: foim' th:. t -,hak'r Extract I SEEDS 1 u:=;
It was intimated that Mr. Icier had comedown i Thoebe-Carlislo contest was submitted. The i i armed with Winchester rifles and revolvers, i, _
from Reading with the business men's I bill making an appropriation for the establishment i!I while the vigilantes have a war footing of Roots, or lotlier Sei- ., FERRY&Co., otr lt.MICht

memorial and that this of the \ of i of 105, likewise well equipped for bloody .-1's! Curative .
was one sujects agricultural experiment stations :; Syrup, when! I -- -- -- -- -- -
: to be considered at the meeting, but was passed. A joint resolution appropriating I work. NOTICE.
I nothing official was obtainable. Mr. Mc- $50,000 for the representation of the The news from Galena indicates that a properly trepNisi'vi11( \ ivmov-

: Iiood's only expressions were that was nothing I United States at the international exhibition bloody battle is imminent, as tho vigilanco rhidise.] .. e in all its stage.x State of Florida 1 ,n J mtict."urt

tr new in the strike, and that thl'rVas no at :Melbourne, went over as unfinished i organization was preparing to attack the Care County of Ilrevard.l

1 truth in the announcement that President business. Wilkins called. up his National Terry party in their fortification and b4 be tak"is, however, To Hannah M. G.i?!cr.

Corbiu was preparing a statement ts> show bank bill, and Weaver, of Iowa, filibustered swearing ruthless vengeance against the to secure the genuine! article. You are hereby notified that a mm tit of
that the company, could not, from the ex- until p. m., when the house adjourned.Twenty'Ir whole clan. Should the state authorities
attachment has been issued
against
jierience of past years pay increased wagc."itu I not interfere and arrest these warlike movements IT WILL SELL ISIirrKIi THAN satisfy YOU
pull attached to : :
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the miners and still make a profit on tho t Day. on the Arkansas border, the late seriesof C01TOX.Mr. your property Gaulden.amonutingto$23. .
the demand of I). L.
operation of its mines. He added that this In the senate petitions were presented and homicides in Stone county may soon i shall!
31 fact was conspicuously set forth in the last I bills reported. The deficiency appropriation be overshadowed by one of the most deadly John C. IIemptinstall, Now unlessyou Jone

f, annual report of the company. j bill was reported with a few amendments. ItI conflicts ever known in the White river of Cliu'atirmee Clburn] Co. I appear before the Hon. minor S.
I will be called Monday.: A resolution was '! country Judge of the County Court nudes-elide
I;1 1 Miners Still Determined. j adopted directing tho secretary of the in- I I I Ala.: ] writes : tidy wife has I Justice of the Peace for said" county at

Iii MOUNT CAUMELL: Pa..Jan. SI.-The miners I tenor to report a pXA of legislation needed !I j j A GIGANTIC SCHEME. been much benefited his ollice, at Titnsville. on the 14th kv

! in this vicinity a re still determined not to for the disposition of the public timlier lands. !'' New Mexico is to Have an Irrigating Canal so by ot February, A. I). 1888, at 10 o'clock
mine coal to lw handled by non-union men. After Shaker Extract of Hoots I
an agreement;: to adjourn until Monday : 142 Miles in Length. origel's render

i Business men are beginning to feel the effectsof the senate went into executive session.In i I SANTA FE, X. M., Jan. Ih.) -Tho canal of .,> Syrup that she I !
the strike and some have expressed a desire the house a bill war.eported to regulate } sayslie I to pay the debt.
the Lead and Water
to close up until there is a settlement. practice in causes removed from state courts.A known Albuquerque throughout the company the would rather }be without] I Dated this 4th clay of January. A\. I'-
. country as "Guy
; Poor people" are liein; charged for the c >il I ISSS.
joint resolution the
accepting invitation Robertson Mesa canal" will be commenced art of her food than without
i
i'!' hung out o! ilu dirt banks.lleiiefit i I Plaintiff.
to in the Melbourne D. L. GAULDEX.

j f i;i for the ScliujlKill strikers. II exhibition participate and appropriating international N50.OK: was I now in ten on days.Ien tho ground, tools and,awaiting provisions a change,etc., are of I :he Ilwdic Jle. It has done her I' --___ ____ __ u'T _.- --

TA UQt.\. Pa., Jan. 21.-About two- jKissed. The National bank circulation bill weather to. commence construction on tho nore good than the (hetorsnidlllothernl'lirillesPuttogether.
thirds of the men employed at tho Allni collierj I'I'' was called up as the unfinished busiiK-., but I first section. ; ;

at this place give a oily wag; <'s to thedislnnsing Anderson of Kansas, and Weaver, of Iowa The dimensions of the canal will be thirty I .
I
cvmniitteo for the benefit of the I filibustered: aaaiiL it, anti it went over. feet wide at the top eighteen at the bottom, [ would ride twenty miles to I tt's: PIMo

: strikers of the SchuylkiU regioiL It amounts Portraits of former speakers of the house and six feet deep; running a distance of 142 ,. 't it into the hands of
: to 10 per cent of their wages, as the cwlliery j from Massachusetts were presented by that miles, through Rio Arrba Santa Fe, Valencia : any sui-

t ': had only biro working a short tima i state. After speeches by Massachusetts Bernalillo and Socorro counties, on the rer if he can get it in no other MB **
I delegation and Messrs. Randall and Breckin- FC :'l TORPSD L5V2K-
j .
I mesas and bottom lands of the Rio Grande
; Reading ('ollh'rlr"11 Idle.ff ', ridge, of Kentucky the gift was formally accepted \\ty. I believe it will soon sell in '

it,' REAPING l'a., Jan. 21.-The advices from I by resolution and at 4 p. in. the house valley. ;hi State l better than I t01'ph1 Itterderauae"tae. ltoles
,- the coal regions are to tho effect that all the adjourned. i It will begin at a point about three and a > cotton. I 111, Klh.11Jrodul"tsj

Heading collieries are idle. Only a few small I half miles south of Espourela and will stop TESTIMONY FIIOM TEXAS. j Sick Head cn.ei :
near a point opposite Socorro. Over 1,500- ,
individual collieries are at work. About TwentSecond Day. '
" I" f \"l'ntfinI.alt'tl cars came down this I i The senate was not in sesMon.. OOU acres of now useless; land will be reclaimedby Mrs. S.E. Barton, of Varner, i Dyspepsia Costiveness ITeU-

: morning for Reading manufacturer i In the house, after minor bills had been the construction, which will subject it to Ripley Co., Mo., writes that Piles-
1 copious irrigation. The supply of water will matism Sallow Skin and
'; j passed, a memorial of the National board of I'
}: KvMum-tl AVitli IltnliiciHl Force.SHAMOKIX. i! trade was presented favoring "adequate ap- be practically inexhaustible, as the canal 'lie had I been long afflicted with 1 : There i. ,no better remedy r"rthe"e
Pa., Jan. 21.-The Merriamcolliery taps the Rio Grande at the starting point, 1 ru"' Liter
j propriatuns for the improvement of navigable ;iy p Mpshi and disease of the common UUeancn than c
owned by the Reading company, | rivers and harbors." Mr. Springer rose i and will have immense storage reservoirs, at | 1'ilU, al a trial III pru ve. Price

i has resumed operations with a greatly reducisl -,I to a, question of privilege, and explained his i intervals, along its line. Much enthusiasm I irinary orirans: : HUt 1 was cured I j % Sold Everywhere.
fo:'(' is manifested throughout the territory at the Shaker I -
j ;, connection with the recovery by law of tho j >y Extract of Rxts.I. -

LEXINGTON WANTS THE CAPITAL. j money loaned Philadelphia for the centennial l i i commencement of operations. ; r lev. J. :McGuire; merchant I i NOTICE.In .
i exhibition. The report on the Thot Carlisle I
: Mexico Wants the Sw'ndler. Cmrcu 1 *

.1. 3Iiriiifiit by to That Her IIiisiiH Kiul Now 3Ien.Rein? I'lishetl contest was considered, Mr. Crisp presenting CITY OF MEXICO, Jan. 18.-The government )f the are jlace, who sold Florid circuit. Lrttard kurt of County.the Seventh,\. 1>. lbb JudicIal...-In < t snarl.

the majority view of the case. has forwarded to Washington : Mix Barton the William P. AiiiolJ
papers medicine
Ky., Jan. 21.-The Lexington Mr. : )
LEXINGTON Thoebe
was granted an hour I requesting the extradition of Mayer, alias says vs. J Divorce.
I" chamber of commerce held a Lirge and enthusiastic tto! present an argument in his own Bourtoa.: There is great anxiety here to le Has told it for four years Anna Arnold ) '

; I meeting Tuesday night to e'iseI behalf. He read his speech. The previous I have Bourton brought to this city to answer I ind never knew it to fail. It pptiruiK from the bill of "oJUIlaiot !? :
and means of frustrating the above entitled canoe that the abo\e 'laluC'lr'hat\
ways passage: j question being ordered the resolution
upon -
for his stupendous swindle and if he is extra-
I 'I dent is -tote i>
a IJOn.rt-81dc-ht of the : 1"nut.
s of the bill in Frankfort to appropriate moneyto of the majority confirming the title of I dieted he will receive extraordinary punishj SHE WSL IOST DEADI her place of residence is LockUrt in the ?cf
t
;I complete the capitol buildings in that city, Mr. Carlisle to his seat, a substitute was offered !I went should ha be proven guiltv.I I low with Texas amid that .he la over the age tit "tocII'
'\ so res1
j
which would be an effectual stoppage of any: j by Lynian of Iowa, to refer the papers dyspepsia >('ar..1t ill therefore ordered that the raid demur V to

movement to remove the capital to Lexington ;- i to a select: committee for further investiga- !I The President to Visit Atlantle CltJ. i that there was; not a physician dC'lIt1111&the Bill ..! Complaint Arnold do plfftd.this.BUIe answer on or o'befur5\b'
/T.-ken
or anywhere else. The idea prevailedthat | tion. The substitute was lost, yeas 125, nays 1 ATLANTIC CITY, N. J., Jan. 23.-Accord- j I to he found who coulddo 6th day of February neat or the manic will of tJ1i1
I the next constitutional conventionshould j 1132, seven Democrats voting in the affirmative ing to the Journal of this city President and as confeesed. And it la ordered that a copy,.. -

.' be permitted to select the future site as follows: Bynum TillAian, Foran, Mrs. Cleveland are soon to visit Atlantic anything with me. I had order be published in the FLOMPA State STAR once"a wef|
of the state capital Lexington wants it ;i Hare McKinney and It is out that the liauJ.so.ne per published in Mid county and
j Shively Weaver. On City. given cottage fluttering of the heart and for four consecutive weeks prior to that date'
badly, and among the means to be resortedto I| the adoption of the majority resolution the : on Chelsea beach o'.vae 1 by Dr. B-ard- Witness A. A- Stewart clerk of said court&Da'

is an invitation to the legislature to"isit I vote was yeas 140, nays 3. The Republicansrefrained Cleve-idsi..1 ;; swimming of the head. One seal of said court at the court aforesaid house in....b,"' daY ofTitunme.
t Lexington and be tendered a grand ban- from voting and the point of no ; Brevard county
I read
day called January. A. D. 1S88.
quet.A. I quorum was raised. The house at C o'clock if\z; s '.i.1.;. The c.-tut;' is being; oluv-l iu your pamphlet A. A. STEWART. Clerk fiiCDitC>f#
coinmitteed of active and influential Adjourned leaving the question unsettled. ......".oroJ.f'. "Life Among the Shakers"," Jones & William, Solicitor for C'OU1p1lJD'Il "



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FLORIDA STAR, THURSDAY, JAN. 29, 18S3. 7'
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-- THE LIGHT. SIIERIFF'S SAL.E. I Liidden & Bates' Southern Music House.The TITUSVILLE CASH STORE ill..

Under and by virtue of an execution ,

There' la no shadow where my lore is laid; issued out of the circuit court for the

For(ever thus I fancy in my dreamThat seventh judicial circuit of Florida in and REED & STEERS i :
wakes with me and wakes my sleep), .
for Brevard, in a certain cause therein

sunlight some, thrusting gleamOf through the poplar shade depending, wherein Theo. P. Jenkins is Is Acknowledged Headquarters for r.

ereo when the wind has played plaintiff, and S. Ryder is defendant, I ,.,
ittllsrequiem for the Day one stray sunbeam have levied upon and will sell at public I } '

Pale as the palest moonlight glimmers seem. outcry to the highest and best bidder for Fine Groceries ,. .II

Keep sentinel for her till starlights fade. cash, in front of the court house door, in r

I, mining here and waiting long. the town Titusville,county Brevard, .1 11
And And all enfolded In my sorrow's night and State of Florida, on the first Monday Great \\lin1osnlc Piano and Organ ALWAYS OK k-I \.XD. I

Who not on earth again her face may see- in November, (the same being the 7th Depot of the >o uu. The tent Place to buy; I '

For even Memory does her likeness wrong- day thereof,) ..\. D. 1887 between the The Place Cheupt-xt to buy. A dace.HaKnitirent to buy Record; The Safest Over ALSO

Am blind and hopeless only for this light- legal hours of sale, the following described 40,000l'inuos mill organs placed In South.
This light be.,this light, through all the yearsto real estate described as follows : ern Homes Since IS7U.SAVASSAH. :Italiaaz: Villa Paints, : 1

-II. C. Banner in The Century.An Being :i portion of lot three (3) ot sec GA., Nov. 1st, 1SS7. "'VU'"hi"tc Load, :J3..oroson.c, r

tion three (3) of township twenty-live Room for the procession. It's a long 1 1- i "

Exceedingly Comfortable Time Arranged (2;)) south of range thirty-six (3G east one. It's head in Macon, and rear in Raw and Boi1.oc1. Lin.seoc1.: Oil, r'.; '

for a Hundred Men. and also a portiau of northeast quarter of Savannah. 200 miles of wagons containing ,

The "Beefeaters" have an exceedingly the southeast quarter of section four (4), 40,000 Pianos and Organs sold by L. & B. Cotton Sood :Moal: and Bran: L

berth there is little said township and range, in the countyof S. M. II. since 1870.
as
comfortable very Brevnrd, Florida, to-wit : The north- :Hay: Grain. Food andF'ortilizors.

f for the Yeoman of the Guard to do, and east corner of said lot of land is located Am we in earnest Ct'rbinlyWeare a fa. ,
of time for him to do it in. Thereare \Ve do a large trade. Wo t*11 Pianos and Organs in ; :
at the west bank of Indian
plenty a point on all Southern: Statt-a. We have 2uo Agencies and the
about a hundred men in this ancient River, five hundred and thirty (530 feet strove statement is-not-in-the--least exawerated.How Full Lin.o of Nai1.s. 4 : "

body, and their services are required onlyon south of the quarter section line, dividing have we ever built tip such an H

special occasions. Clad like beautiful lots two (2)) and three ((3)) of section immense trade? By enterprise,progressive REED & STEERE. ,: ;. l

penwipers, and armed with halberds, they three (3)), and the southeast quarter of business methods and square dealing. We t:

may be seen on the staircases and about the northeast quarter, and the northeast make our patrons our friends. We work ALL GOODS GUABAN ,=r] ]il: )_ r't t :

the passages: of Buckingham palace on quarter of the southeast quarter of sec- for thena take them into partnership, as it .
,
drawing room days and their presence in tion four ((4)), said township and range; were, divide profits and actually give them Agent for Wilkinson A ('us Fortilizt-rs '

any other building is usually n sign that thence west across said lot three ((3)), than their money's uorth. i''
the royalty is not far off. When at ease thence west to the quarter section line more -- --

in their Tower home, the yeomen are immense dividing the northeast quarter of tIe Our Laiw Capital, our Spit Cash, our lifetime
shrewdness as buyir*. tar holt tiejl,
expert: ace our
attractions to most visitors, especially EXCELSIOR ORANGE FOOD
southeast quarter, from the northwest in foot w usevlm rcur n76ar!/'iiM ,audthenwefi'ourm
those from over the seas, to whom quarter: of the southeast quarter of said friends on the ground floor. That's a way we have i r T y

they appear contemporaries of the great section four (4)), thence south to the Fall and Winter Bargains 1 887-88 i

Elizabeth herself.In northwest corner of A. L. and E. F.
the days of that queen and her prede- Hatch's purchase in said section thence Summer Closinff-Out Sale over. Wnrerooms A NEW FERTILIZERPrepared
crowded with Superb New ImiCruments.Immense !! .- I t
cessors, there was a deal more for these cast along) the north line of said purchaseof !! purchases!! direct front Factories. especially for the Orange and containing the several elements tiecerslty

picturesque retainers to look after. They A. J.. and E. F. Hatch to the west Greater HnrffiiinH than ever, for Fall and to sustain plant life, viz : a
were instituted shortly after the accessionof \\Uter, 18S7-8S.
bank of Indian IMvcr said line being
Henry VII, and had to be regularly on four hundred and eighteen ((418)) feet from Not reduced pricsand poorer instruments PHOSPHORIC ACID POTASH, CALCIUM AZOTE.This .

duty near the sovereign, forty at a time the line dividing lot three (3): from lot but the same love pi.i.-es and better Fertilizer has been produced after :years of study by PKOF. O. IhG. KKKTOLA,

by day and twenty by night.all the One dishes of their for four ((4)) of said section three ((3)), and the instruments. Greater value fir the money.Of as being far superior to any high grade fertilizer on the market and it is soldat i

tasks was to bring up northeast quarter of southeast quarter. our lowest-priced Instruments this is about one-third less in price. It is made in two grade- No. 1 is a preventive ,
table and deliver them to theser"ers
the royal and the from the from the southeast quarter of the southeast specially true. They are va-t'y! impmvcd of root jot, and also destroys white ants and wood h('('.

kitchens, to the as banqueting journey hall was a quarter of said section four ((4)), and we are proud of them. Hard to describe! :No. 2 does not (contain this :specific.

thence northerly along said river to such bargains cn but we'll try.OtR :For and further
paper prices information address I
long and winding one, it was necessarythat u_ ______ ,
place of beginning. Reserving and excepting O. Deft. nl:n'l'OI4.Enh'.u.lIiic' 1''la.
these fetchers and carriers should be ; S21O PIANO.-Law size! < levant rose .
honorable men, incapable of abstracting from the above that parcel of ().! cast, \./ lo.rntviitiue; plinth sweet 7 or JA \ McCOMB, Ji_, Titusville Fla. r
laud sold by Stephen Uyder and wife to tone ful18h n'f!(' .ura'lt11j.I.I'iu"trUlIlt'nt
viands the substituting dele- l'lnitll'tt..I.t'lUhroi.lt.red
on way, or every\\foml'lcteoutJit: -
terious compounds instead.Six U. C. May by deed bearing date April cover.lar.; e iustructor.ulUsie Look.alifht]JlIil.

of the bravo beefeaters are called :10, 18S7, and recorded in Book K of Brcval'll OI'U S225 1'I AN<).Beaut-fill r3rlorrrri ht.
llich rosewood ca"e. style
"yeoman hangers," but this does not signify Deeds on page 20 ; cOlltainintwcnt.two Queen .Vii'w Mze tnis.-e A favorite bti le. Thousands l . ((22): ) acres more or )less.: sol 1. Outfit coinj'leto.' Packages mailed to patients .L dies fi>rth.etroublej..and all Quacks,
officiated I
court
that they ever as exeI
whose only aim it
to Dated this 21st day of September. OUIt S.3; OllCJAX.-Two sets Ke iK Five KACE.ofwhomtookafnlltreati a large proportion tim.. Take a SURE to RBMEOT bleed their that DAJ Ttc- 2!
cutioners. They are supposed move tapestry walnut Extendoil 1.fMARK
H: ea-'e.
'vant: tOl.lamr.
meat and were restored to health by use of CUItEUthousanddoe.; not interfere
A. D. 1SS7. .
from the when ctand inu-ie rack ornamented and 1
!
royal apartments I R 0 F. w\lhattenttontobUllfW'MOrcaUlep&111
the sovereign proceeds from one palace to E. II. COVAR Sheriff stool lU'-tnu-tur uiutic book and all I'liJId IJfJ..l.OUIt HARRISP SEMINAL PASTILLES: orinconveoirnceinany! Fuutxlvdnscientiflc t to"
of Brevard Fla.J. i<;.j" ()nn.\\.-- Tour pets EtttlTen A luidical Cure KerroasDebility Orcanio I'0R medical principle*: By direct .
another and replace it in the new residence. county, -topb. IJoautiful case A most desirable sl\ndPbysi3lDecayin in Young or Mid- applicatioutotheaeatoSd.ea.eit.pecide! \; .'
There used to be bed screwers in W. AKCIIIHALD, Parlor OI' o1l1. Cou:r>Utiou challcu 't.-d. dleAlCdMen. Tested for}: htYe:1rsin many 1 influence! i fe 11 without delay. The natural
yeoman .fuD'uon.ofthe human mtorcd
organ um The
the time when majesty had no furnitureto Plaintiff's Attorney. 22-3w Rare ISiirfjuiuf, crcn/ one. Thousands of each a thousand'.d: and cases broken they down absolutely!men to the restore full enjoyment prematurely wasteU animatmz elementi of life are given bark.thr patient i
lolJ, awl btiytit un\umbly more than pleased. becomei cheerful and rapidly gaioa both rtrtngth and IlenlthTothosewhoauferfromthemanyobscuredieases
perfect and full Manly Strength and Vigorous Health
spare and the royal bedstead bad to be The above sale is postponed until the --
TREATMENT :Qts$3.TWOlit.;5. Tbse $7
dismantled for a journey and then set up first Monday in December, the same be- An Immense Stock from World's Best brouchtabout by IndiscretionExpoftnreOver-Brain, ,

again; but our present queen dispenseswith ing the 5th day thereof, at the same place i Maker, to suit all tastes and purses. Over 'yonr orK name,or too with free statement f't that you,and Bend secure us HARRIS REMEDY CO., MFQ CHEMISTS,

yeomanry assistance on her many and hour. J. E. BOWMAN, Sheriff: 300 dit trent styles to choose from. TRIAL PACKAGE FltrE.with Il1n t'd Pamt>hl t *c. S06 11.Tenth etr E't.ST.LOtJISIItO.

I flittings between Scotland and the Isle of
The above sale is postponed until the l'IA -'hlt"kl"rlnll., MnMtn fc Iliunliu '
Wight, assiduously ignoring tho metro- 31UO. (,tb p1ttN.
lathushrk, Bcut.lion, SUM to
lint Monday in January, 1SSS the same eE J \
; olis. Ilntnlin Packard
l OUC AX" -:klaxon iV: vt
As regards the gentlemen at arms, who being the 2nd day thereof at the same Hay Mate, X21 f> oO.. t '
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number about forty, they rank as captains place and hour. Easiest Terms ever heard 1 of. From $3 I

in tho army, and the corps is required to J. E. BOWMAN I to $10, paid monthly, will tecure; i.n
attend on all state occasions half of them Sheriff. Instrument. !

during: tho new year and midsummer The above sale is po,;ti>oued until the first Mi>n- I Elegant ...

quuteraand half during the Lady day dry in February, 1S'\ the acme being the tth: daytlurcol One price to alL That's our \\a v. Prices markedin .:o:" ... .,. j
.at the same place and hour. each mstniiu nt and no deviation 'f' <
l.
plain floured on .ffI!Lu/-" .: 'I 2't'
and Michaelmas quarters. Henry VIII instituted J. 1:. UOW)[\S. Sheriff.11XOTICK. made to any. We charm I'n more. take i>o less. r* r!"- !obi: -. .
this guard and treated them to --- -- --- ---- I This square way ensure to all the lowest i noes. This represents a healthy life. Just such a life as they enjoy t'S ;
Throughout various scenes. Who use the:bomb's:: Bile Uearu.
some active service in waiting upon him, So caw ft bIll' from vs Evcrvthinsr in plain
but at present their greatest efforts seem print and exactly as rcpreented Full mforinatioa Smiths BILE BEANS purify the blood by acting
routined to striking attitudes and watching 'J\i all u'Jivin it Mtiy coixt'rn : I given circular.-. Letters carefully unsu or- directly and promptly ou the Liven Skin and KidTh original Phof (rrai i. IF
ed. 1'anies livin a thousand miles oilcan buy neys. They consist! of a vegetable combination that panel size o.f inn picture
that I will t<> the HonorableJohn ;
Take liotu-e apply
of 1Oc
in their best clothes file alongto on receipt la
people I lirixmie Ju.lgt ot the Seventh Jiuhci.ilt'lriMUtif I just as well as if in bavannah. hree-fourths baN no equal in medical science. They c-ureO>ti.tipaf'1
order themselves reverentlyjjcfore their I. }Florid. Netting ill ihamery Iorl5ieird i of our entire trade is done by correspondence. Malaria, and Uyapepaia and are a ale:,:uard "awjjfo1'against ,ttIJ.: .
all forms of fever, chills! aud fever pall .tonc! M. JL.uuU.T. Ho.
liege lad-LuIlllon Society. 'cmiitv}, I'loiiiU at th Court House, in litii"\ilU', lkeic.-t and iamI I
IEj1E.uLF.R.I.mcest pries; llrisht's dUeaNe. Send cent posture fur u
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--- --- ill said t'ouuty and State. 01' wlu.r.\'er Ins Honor I lies' inttrunvnti; line stool* and corT : .Ili[ pluJackagoand ted the TIIUT1I of what \\o ay. .Price 25: cents per bottle, I.tlon I.I
:\.jtlcc' of Incorporation.Ve way' OWII he. on }'rtday.. the Tw..111).t'uthday : freight paid ; 1.> dais' trial: Sir ytar*' fluff'i< > ; mailed to any address!, postpaid.! DOSE ONI IIK\N. Sold by druggists.
of January. l' ", at 111 o't'hwk ill the [
L Sijuare d> tlm the undersigned, have this 'JSthd.iy forenoon fur I..an' to yell the to1h\\\. rt'atl'rop I. I IClyde's
rrty, situate ill re\ard County attic' ..aid. and It. LUDDEEU&BATES
: of 1)eceutber..1.1). 1SS7. associated 1I1jt portions ot the estate ol liohtrt I:. Iimg: and I
ourselves together antler and by virtue Alfred J. Illli.c. minor heirs of H. Ming deceased I. SOUTHERN MUSIC HOUSE. SAVANNAt., CA. Hew York Charleston and Florida
oi Section 1. Chapter 1G.TJ.: of the Laws to.wit: of the property of KOIUKT P. LIXIW, aI ,

of Florida 8th 18GS, follows:
approved August
) .
The parcel de cribed. us follows Beginning: at a
add) the amendments) thereto, under the point oil the hue dividing lots' one and t\\o ot ....-... Stea .ship J.aine
corporate name: of Thc' Titnsvillo tutu thrt't'I 'h >.aid point is tour hundred! and If BO sand for 1HXJ HUYERS|
Sport Jinan's ( 'Inb."* The principal) ) place tilt\tao feet north of the south line of the north \-i 's GI'IItE, containing colored plateoJlOOvitKrnvingM Tlic Elegant ti-anici of this Line are a|'i'uinteil, to sale
of lot 2 oi section three, tut'nee run north along I 'S of different breeds!
of luiMue Iteiu Titu-villc, Urevard County. Florida di-Unce ot2-1i; feet thence run west juralli 1 to the bay them. Directions Training ,

: and I the general nature of tho busiiics south line ot north li..lf of lot two J0 rent thence DOJJS and Breeding Ferrets. Mailed I It !I CHEROKEE ( Nt-w) Tlmrvlay, Jan. ;"ith, JhOO( a m
run South parallel to the line dividin lets one and for 15 Cents. Also Cuts of Dog II ,
tube transacted by the wild corporation two sidi..tance of '.{:!:I: feet, th nee east par.ilU to the Furnishing Goods of all kinds, j II I I :SEMiNOLE;: (New).. TliurMlay, Jan. 12th1:00 n m

to be the provision of meanof south line of the north 1-! of lot.tuo 20 feet, little I CHEROKEE, ( New). Tlaur..day. Jan. "1Utht tMXIatn

social meetings i and recreation andgenerally ) or atnm Icc*.that to place panel of of lie a'qiurtT'intnii;;. rxceptin an acre,froiu more the or I i t II Ii I .51:11\0L1:, (New).... .. .................. ......... ........ ... .Tlaur-tiay, Jan. aJth, 1:00/ p mFR.C
connected with la.1
tlc business Then send for Practical POUI-
less, bold by IS. HIIIIK; to 14 Cowie. and by said i
Leantifol ANDIN A
TRY ItOOK. IOOpagcs; r >lVL FEB..N"
*portt various kinds. The authorized ("owie to Itobert Morrow, and by ...altorrow: tnHatckett colored plate: *'i> ru\inps 't ,
stock: of said corporation to bo Five of nearly all kinds of fowls; descrpO 1l1ll1a.yftenlOon
Every
'I'III'II..allll be divided) into AI M>, that portion of the property ot Altud J. tions of the reeds; how, to capomzo; ) v
I Dollarto '
f.n"\lII le. innin. at the S E plane for poultry houses iafuimatiun '
LIIIIK di"4nbed. as ; :: :: Alter arrival ot the
IS Ill l' shares of $11H, ) dollar! each, to be corner: ot the north halt: of lot two 01 section three. about Eggs uteubators.crow best and stock a Hero nt to 1.50 buy I I
ptitl: in follows 10 centum on allot thence north along the line tllvidiuglor.. I Ione
| a-s : per running per Kittiaa. bent for 15 cuts. Florida Railway and Navigation Co.'s Train
1 incut Zuni the balance at ('allllf (olHcei and two 2JtJ: ttj..t. thence west piralltl: I to tilt'I
south line of .....hlll"rtli halfttf lot t>\oJoO I 11
and committee. The corporationhall thence south on 16 line pirullel to the line \uliLt: II I Leaving Jaek>unville at :!:-I.1'. in.DLLAWAKE .
commence on the 1st day: of ,January.l huts one and two. a distance ofJ'! "> Uet. more or If eo. yon need the HOOK OF C USE : .
l:!. loll lIIut- Sunday, .'.m. I-t 1I.S.E SJI..y. .an :at
lieantiiaf
; lilll thence aloe>; the ":11,1l'lItta line of the north halt ot : ;, rations. colored pliiti I :\ \S-Nt.E: : MuuUIan.. "th I HI.I..\\\' \UL 1'9'1(111. -la..' t.
..1:11I11:11'lSfl: The hn;iiic-4 of the : ., y.> Treatment ana breeding oi all kind.Cage : .
lot twth..talln.t .(;') fret nor. or le-s, t. ;he L C 4 ,y buds, for pleuiura and Dtoaos 111:1.\:: WAHE Snnttey,Jan I t5tvatin'is
corporation hall: be I conducted by the point of iH' mnin*:. and contaiinii g ('n.- .u'r<- and apiarter. and their cuwi How t't tul1d and stock to sail from Tier ;:J, 1:1ot Iliver Now York,
t'ull.l\\' ing oiHeer tvit : President. < more tlr less All ot I'al.l1:1n"1 above descrilu'd. an Aviary. All about Parrota. Prices ti tile uppointnl

Vie.'- "evident. 1're.iMirer. Secretary. ....10? in the' north half ot lot: two.ot tt-tion ell 15 Linda C-'fills.bins The, even Torte: etc.Ik .ka.91aitxi.iO Cts.for t Evvry Tuesday and Friday at 3 o'clock, P. M.1.The.
three, towitshtp '.2 south of lauu*' 5 eatAnd
and) a committee of Fire Shareholders ago, the S.t1 I.! of the X.E. let ot -.tlion 4 ASSOCIATED FANCIERS, .: freight Jtiul' ae.eager accouruorlations arv un. exdiiMu of the above-named otliccrs, township ."-' south of rain if :i"> part. t'\'c'pt: t':>Muc I.t 237 South Lighth Street,I'lulacJelphid given bu'ineentrusted t anil' Mich) oHicors awl committee to beHfrtiti ''e- here t.-tore bold to \11111.r S JOlt,.-. J.-: I Tr'KMsH: I'nrchaser pay's bur title.liatrtl. Fur further intoiuuttion apply to
I II
:annually: \" vote of sharo- thi2nd day of iHvember, l";. f J. .\. :MT.U>, Agent, j..1.. 1.t"I.h1't.nl, .
lu M,MTho highest amount of in- rk.uIULS.UI.S iitiardianM : rfiiiiiinlnrt. Fla. -:, W Iay ..t.. .Ju..k..u\'illt., Fla. ,
of said MmoJoNk -'', .. TnumM.uiii \VM. i'. t L nJILO... c..X.I.c.T..
Ui-ttt >dms4 to which tin corpora < : Sill EI. c KHKI: :, t'r.
liability
or FIARDEEVILLE"Jones' "ouihU'lin\t' i'lnl.i'l.-.piiM i ;.V Huotoiway. \. V. 1
li -
s..lkih\r :
inardi in's ;
\Vn.i.i \M-. ( : :.J5 Broadway.\
:inn can at any. lime. subject iuelt torte K n._ __ __ 1M.. IUOXMOM.EU. (,.-ii.-al 'J'rain Aueut. Jick.-..uul.e.: Florida.

$.uu. Hunu'slt'ad \oth'('. ; Since last season: VENTILATORS have been constructed on the iron steamers for the

Hatc.1 tin* 2>th day: of I'e'uttwr.lss better transportation of Oranges and Vegetables
;. Laud juice at Uailll'o"ilJlFa.) ., I Point. I ..

II. ('. >ciiltiiot'l:. December 1 ith,1ss7. ; \()tic(' of Iuo: poration.
In Circuit C"Hft of UK X'jvwACiiwitoj Jruiieir,1
tiro.V.. MACKKSZIU. Notice hereby) given that the folhwinsrnamed ._- "'l', the under-i:,ned. have: thi- :,tll day

lit:(). \v. scorni:. settler lets filed notice of his : Finnan, tirtmnl ((niuty.Its of Nov nlT, ls>7, ofiated. ourselves te>-

I.\>. Ixnvnr.N InU'iition. .tulIlakc final I proot in support'' .A. 3E ox-ootFOI P1.n.co. ('luou'er!(. gt-ther under and by virtue oi section 1.

HOWT.I.L TITUS.Ci I I of his claim and that said proof.. will.. ......he!. Ii IiI : 1 .\:1I"0nllam 1 chapter I..!....T ol :Iiv:Laws of Florida, air
-- --- ---- made: before A. A. Mcvart.cuit l n'r1Jr-- '- anil ; l'ru\"t..1 February Itnli! I*? I, and the

)tsTuirs SIM:. l lxdttr Court.t Titusville Fla.. on I A HEALTHY HOME I I John I. Motive I.HI)) for Foreclosurev amendments thereto under the Corporate

February :!S, 1SSS, viz : Daniel J. La I of Moitjjagp.I name of I'antveraluitl S
Of 1 n.ul i dtvrtf" Hereby nl Otirn-k and that loll'under rltburr and tiv reudairdIV" virtue I lioche.: of Narrows, Florida, 11. E. No. Stephen llyuVrnml: j, load Company. The principal place ofbu

t'.t Itnlltlrat.le Jour U. Ur\IIIt" Judge' ot the 1102ii.( for the )lots :'i and 4 and a and G i. : Indian River. l'. Mlllif K viler. J inev of > lire" t t'.IUrf f..r the Sewntli Judii-ial CiuuitotM Motion :. township 32 south. range 40 : on Canaveral, Ilrvvard County, Florida anti
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tar +tr tit l'l.wiJa. oa Itareuitxr :2 rd. 1W7, in a j' It npUMiiij] ;; by allUlt\it made in tlie which "aid is
errtu <.."..f III t'iuui-t-ry. tuvu dfiw-iidm! m the i. east. abn\"t>- tatl'd eau'e by D. L. naulden the purjio e for Company
: ,', ..' t' tort t'r ISrtv"rd i'. 1111au : fur thri. lie names the following \\itneses to I I, solicitor toroinj taitiant. that the defendant. forntetl i* to construct, ol'crate, and maintain -
(till .i 'rr,.Itttwtlrh--in UolN'tt 11. Jnurt io. ooia- his continuous resilience upon, and a mil road and terminal facilities for
1'1.11&4 .t add 1I4rtL.a.J"ut"UhuU.. u. Ut'r 0.-0 filth. cultivation prove ot. said land. wiz : M.S. i Fine Front Issts wntuMmliny a civic I*. Millie Uyder.I: i> a nonresident nand einveyatuxof andI'rll'.rty.
as I td "' t It' aJw1hl..tr.tl'ix t.t' .IU..IU S \htxlte, I' ot the Mate ot Florida and that public IIt'NII1S
and John II. Sam of ('ourtney.F'la. The ,ill mil road ,.halll. l Ic..-
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Sam
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11.1 11bh.t.. T1at.lnu" J. AbhIU..lh..11\ York
in New
: e-ide
milt the river high -aid 1'. Millie IJydr "
(Ij r.,\ .'t Fraud E. \tUrtt. a"-..ort. s I AMuitt.ibbitit. ; E. L. Gray and L, B. Dairson. ofNarrows. I of forty of : Mat1, and her: j n-t ofiiee i i-. unknown eated in P.revanl County, Florida, and
At t >tt. .
it.-uIttn.lbtnut.Jtturt.: > > Fla. Titusville and
O ,\' AiAktHt WntfKlf it Abu at. ilobert T : ii"t'r.O..ICI and dry ; fur health and and that she is i over twenty-one yettot'tige "hall! commence at or. near ,
t1' ."11 L.itou M.Jtue.. ..tall.tt 4.1 luiu i iIt. :r: > S. C. TUCKKK ll' I it i-s )wn.honh.r..d that the sill run thence, in an .a"tl"rldirl"tiuu, on.rtill"
j ",,;,.,t-. I. a SjX-OlAl M .* era Mill 1-flltlT' i tip must advantageous ; ', to the Atlantic -
ca-S beauty it cannot be I 11'. :Millie Uyder requited to answerI
it ', Ii| n.day. February
if iii < -t t'iddrr. tab :\ :. Ocean thence in a nth fir! ..*tut. |H>III- the ti-ioi Monday: in thft I I to deniiirto. or ph-ad: to the bill instill ,
t t-ugt of tli. Court II. a-r. III Tituxvillf, State of Florida .1 excelled.i cause on or before the lith daj'of along or near !said Ocean to a

11.1 .'., tvreu itnii' .I ck. a.m. ant Ii County of Dade. (fI" Februaiy. A. D. b S. or the >:uu..m j-oint at or near the I5ijht; : of Canaveral,
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x-kp. in. all tbit toIloiriD >!. .. nU-dn-il 1 after the I I i Banana Ilivt-r. Timlength
bran-'h}
six months with to
1 ,'it ititdivitcn --li... I.. I of lot Take notice that 'be taken as confessed and) this be ordered a ""
: an
sec' .. I.I" I will to the County for fot'r of said rail road will be alltut! >
'} of mvti.vitiin'. r i'i nj two (!fc.'i late hereof present !i published) onee u week
t 11. .- itntnlM-r !i- < o -tmlh I rail,"- I .ludjrcof) Iulel'ouutytny) final account-: i Large Lots at Reasonable PricesMeloCAPT.R.A.HARDEE i cousecutiewk<. in the FLOUIUA STAt mile:. The Capital Stock of said Company -
Mid divided info
li h'.c1yt' Tai) i"i<' .1'."-H tllt.V I amI'llul'h..r" Executrix of Charles (' a newspaper published) in sail county. : to be SIUO.OOO to be
JO 1' :11' IItum.,1
II,!: .,(IrealMttttr 1-Iia rc.l.a t4M"'t<* i I. C' unt\ ofF I I )Moore late of Dade County, deceased, I \\' tut.>s. .\. A. Stewart clerk of aul I 1,000 shares of Sl: >0 dollar C:\da.I .

I /t and ask fur final discharge) a" such county, and the seal of said (court at the l'luxLts. H, 11'L .o: .
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IIj:' > o taaA the ,1 .4> It. t ew4r. I I xecutrix. November 10th, ISST.ELIZABETH I Court House. Titusville. Florida this : litany II. IIvKKi"r). ; Tnttee..

I I' J. MOORE, \ ; 10th tiny of January. A. D. 1SSS. i J. T- llEUXAia
n JL UO lTt. ,
I A. A. STKWAIST, Clerk N. X. PKSXY.THE i iBUllT.
itors 1Maeter. Executrix of Last Will and Testamentof I : I !

r "...N.It.Llltttllti.an-uru. s..1irit. "*+. I Charles Moore, Deceased.6m CityPoint 1'. O., Fla. I By II. F. .\tkill nll, D. J. lt.tNSIts.



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THE FLORIDA STAR, THURSDAY, JAN. 26, 1888. ,
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)I' COIJTOIX. -The steamer Clara has resumed her I section through which it passes, and we [ FOR SALE. Indian River Bakery ,
SPECIAL the
: will it in A tract of land on IndianRiver in
hope the Honorable Board see 1
the Indian River. i
trips down of Brevard, consisting of 88
Inseited in this column for five this light.Lake. county Washington Avenue.
i cent Local per Advertising line each; in,ert1ou. No charge made for -Mrs. W. M.: Brown has just returned acres; it being: lot No. 3, and south halt TITTJSVILLE. FLORIDA.
than 'JO cent friends at Jack- of the northeast quarter of section 35, =
jess from a few days' visit to Worth Town Lots.
and lot Xo. 3, being: the southwest quar- Fresh Bread, Cakes and Confectionery ,
FOR SALE-For the next thirty days sonville. The undersigned have quite a numberof ter of the northwest quarter of section Constantly on band. .

at a great bargain one handsome modern- Lyman Barnes, Esq., of Cocoa, returned good lots in the new town of Lake M\ both in township 31 south, range 30 BOSTON, FRENCH, GRAHAMn :;:::.
built 7-room cottage with semi-de- Worth. We will purchase and improvefor This is desirable piece of
new, yesterday, from a four months' east. a very MILK BREAD MADE
tached kitchen, cistern and wharf, front- parties at a distance. hammock, soil of rich quality, suitablefor TO OKDKR.

I ing on Lake Worth with I 5 acres of rich visit north. PORTER & PUTTER, the raisins: of all tropical fruits. Is Parties; Ball!'. Pi.-mos, etc, catered for with
hammock land attached. Forty young -The tourists are commencing to arrive General Real Estate Agents, situated at the arrows, near Enos post- care and attention. AUtree'a Non-lntuxic0uing ntrJ.
cocoanut trees, and lawn set to grass, in larger numbers now. The train Lake Worth, Dade Co., Fla. office. Will sell cheap for cash. For Health living Beverage. 5 cts. per buttle.
land all new and cleared.-A great bar- crowded.Dr. particulars address Special Prices for Hotels,Restaurants Etc. Tc>tD
' gain, will soon be worth double price yesterday afternoon, was r. & _(. 31. E. M. LOW AJLTUEC.:. Proprietor.

I' asked for it which is $4,000. Address Jennings has returned from his A regular communication of Indian Sept. 3. Brockton, Mass. 1 1s mY"S1"

PORTER & POTTER, Real Estate Agent, trip down the river, and will remain in River Lodge, Xo. 90, will be held at their I S1'OITh3IEN'S ,E irolutir

Lake Worth :Fla. Titusville several weeks, during which Hall on Friday evening, Jan. 27, at 7 I J. S. McGlashau, Cor. Main St. and Washington Ave. rll

dJ 4j Lost. time he will attend to all kinds of dental p.The m. M. M. degree will be worked.'l E. C. Scrimgeour, l {t

.; A Small Round Bottom Clinker-Built work, after which he will again go down Brethren will take due notice and govern TIN AND SHEET IRON WORK {M1ST
J.. Row Boat, canoe model, 13 feet long, the river, where he has taken up a home- themselves, accordingly.: I.I.T..t.XIDE1 trot
painted white outside and green inside, J. MEXDCL, Secretary Done to Order on Short Notice. 1
I the 17th January, containing a pair stead. i E'iCr.ylhill.flr sale for those thai ptJl
on Bv order of W. M. .
and a Specialty.TITl'SVILLi
' of oars and paddle. Finder will be suitably Messrs. Robbins & Graham have received I Roofing Guttering shoot and fish in the :State ot Florida. l

rewarded by leaving same with C. a complete set of maps of Brevard The Pecan tree thrives wherever the : :, FLA. 17 Family Uroceiies: without limit anti oigood tl) :
t Williams at Dr. Wm.'itt- 'quality. Paints. Oils. Brushes,
larding }
and treeyield a -
bs'f:1n
large --
Hickory ,
from the Cart Survey Depart- grows
county &c. Uuildor's
colors hardware
r feldV, Georgiana. net annual income of $2.: >> to =?au; <> each. I"no C'QIl1STi'1'i'SVILLI Dry
which will be ex- house !
Tableware Furnishing Goods
I ment Washington, A. itc
Send address to :S. Peek,
i t Compositor Wanted hibited at the Sub-Tropical Exposition.A. your Hartwell Nurseries Hartwell, Oil !stoves a specialty. As in years thathav tbs
Proprietor .
At the STAR office. A man who can :. FLORIDA, '5 passed what you cannot find
'I his hand to job printing as well, F. S. Williams, Esq.: has had a Ga., on a postal card, and get price list. in the other stores call on U (.'. S. :anti it
wooden
l turn full of metallic and
.? preferred. Write, at once, to the Editor. ditch cut between his residence and the Keeps supply I will be strange if you leaveitliont beinir thif
marsh between Send your tuldreto' S. W. Peek, Coffins Cases and! Caskets. I snit<,d. Always at the service ot tIlt
t river which drains the lying ,
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r..oC.\L) L.tCOS1CS. Proprietor of. the Hartwell Nurseries p-iblie for 'ASH.: the only motor which in'
i his place and Sand: Point. It will, Hartwell, Ga., and get prices of Pecan Funerals attended if desired. All or-I makes the mare .::n. y. TrI

I -\lr W. D. Mu-scndeu, of Bath, probably, be made twelve feet wide at an trees.: Largo treeivar fom five to ders, promptly executed, and at rea? .1. I'IUTL'I1.1 1:1)--, l'l'l..itknt.--------- -- WiBr.
"I Mrs. Mc- early date. Other marked improve fifteen bushels of nuts annually, which rate Embalming done. 22\\ W. M. UUUVNCashiermm ,
. mother
' Maine, i* visiting her sell for from three to five dollars; per .
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1 ments around the residence were noticedas -- --- --

:f Lellan.-Delightful weather in Florida, while being the handiwork of Mrs. A.1'. S. bushel.---- -- -- A. M. Hamilton & Co., i RIVER BANK hi(01:

Williams.Mr. I
people are being frozen to death in other TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA, i .turille Florida.

I1 parts of our country. Earle and party returned from Wholesale Dealers in I'I A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRAIf. h:1ur:

, -E. :; of the STAR may Daytona, Tuesday afternoon, with two SACTED.Kxelwiisrt' iD
steam yachts-the naptha yacht AImlI I and oM. special and
tt always be obtained at Gray's newsstand, I Indian River Oysters : bought COab
tofolli-ctums. Loans
attention given
of prompt
din, owned by Mr.C.. S. Smith, I' for
J. M. Dison's drug store. negotiate on first: mortgage Savings
iil' Troy, X. Y., and ul>o the pumpkin seed ROYAL{to"wo'l: IJanks, C'oiporutlonsauilliuh\iiluil*. Interfxt .
of Cocoa w'ay' ISl-I allowed on time lepo:" its.S1OOOOO .
Fowler ,
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-C.1pt.T. S; _
yacht Maggie Dillon, which carries all LUrtlY I 3Dwi

}I in town, Sunday, with the sloop Maud their camping outfit for a cruise or. the I t.tq Green Turtle and Game. TO LOAN srit
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} St. Lucie River. They will start down I On Fir t-clas Real Estate. ,

!. -Capt. McLean stopped at this place in day or two. All orders will receive promptand careful attention
the river, probably, a a whether by telegraph, Advances made upon available collateral.Approved tlfc
' with his trade-boat, bound letter 17
Tuesday or person.
on discounted.
-Capt. Simonson returned a day or so business paper
,\ down the river. -------- Drafts on all parts of Europe.
with from fourteen days'trip
ago, a party, :i tl
Mr. Adam Hogg, Eau Gallie, was in the "Yankee ,' Business done at Jacksonville Kites.
down the river in y I TITUS HOUSE Every l"nor consistent: with sound
town on Friday and Saturday lat: Doodle" Messrs. Louis Allman and banking, cheerfully extended. Iib..

,} on business connected with his pre-emp Cecil Block were very much pleased with CORRESPONDENTS: : : Bank of Jaeksou\ille, b.P b.d
h Titusville Indian River Florida. .Jacksonville, Fla.; The Seaboard National
f tion. the trip, with the yacht,and her captain. Bank, :New York.BAYVIEW. 3
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if f; 1 -Mr. D. S. Hutchinson is proceeding When a party wish to enjoy themselveson E. 51. l'U.:RDY, Proprietor. --- ----- ------ -----COTTAGE- -- --- !JI

'1; with the foundations for his new hotel, a river trip they should secure the Q4KIf4U ,

f: which will, probablybe built this spring, above-named sloop, with her genial and Large Airy Rooms sine.; Excellent Cui- INDIAN RIVER, It

"'r and contain about fifty or sixty rooms. good-hearted skipper.The Accommodates(; ?>during the Winter Stwon. 1

! _We are requested to announce that J. T. &. K. W. Ry.'s steamer This well-known louse is now open Terms lloatiiig Low.and lUtbni Location, near the monthof ,

the Rev. Sidney Dyer will preach at the Georgiana, which was recently built for POWDER for the reception of guests.lhide the St lluntuiK Sebubtiou aud tit-lung.liner, which III i.otcU for excellent lt
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: Baptist church, at Merritt, on the first the above company, at Palatka, is to run
i" Sunday in February.Mr. in connection with the steamer Hock- Absolutely Pure.This Address : 1. holler, Hicco, Fla. I'.
St. Hoiise9
: G. F. Ensey has been quite ill ledge between Melbourne and Jupiter powder never varies. A marvel of purity U.S. Hail RoutePassenners t
i More economical Lake Worn) Hnjiter
awl wholesomene&s
She is strength
:.f, for several weeks at his residence, and is Inlet, on the Indian River. than the ordinary kinds, and cannot .f
:. not improving much up to this time. ninety feet long with a beam of seventeen be sold in competition with the multitude of INDIAN RIVER FLA. 1t
: low test, short weight, alum or phosphate I Carried Daily to the head
Remittent fever is the sickness. and has accommodatiou for 100 powders. old only in can .
,X. i of Lake Worth by hack, and from there
It is be in Royal Baking Powttar o. IOC lvall-st. Y.
I The steam yacht Vera, with a passengers. The Georgiana to I Having been refurnished is now opened by boat to any point on the lake.

:! party of tourists, from Rochester,arriyed command of A. W. Buie. A NEW & USEFUL DIGRESSION. for guests under the managementof
: :Mr and Mrs. J. E.1.. Hodgson its old proprietor and
\ here on Sunday, and are now down the owner. Alvin Hendrickson, Proprietor.
river. and Mr. A. R. Hodgson, of Eau Gallie,
I' I li.ivc atUU'l to guy stock of WdUhfB, Clocks,
arived here in their steam launch Kath ll.1ll'.1 watt, Jc t'h'v ttta complete line of fimlU A. L. Hatch & Son,
-Mr. L. R. Decker's horse:: received a MeJiciii.. a tint'uiMilf of Cigars, riaarette Tot Jas. Paine. [Prop.St. .
leenon Tuesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. I rollfctum of Goods, Toy", DEALERS
and Faucy
serious injury to the hind leg from coming n-fO Pipe; a '
Notion and Florida Curiosities; 11.1-(00'\( of Lucie Florida. ,
the STAR office a pleasantcall I
Hodgson .
in contact with a barbed wire fence, gave SUtionei unit an a*nuieut of Candy and Coiitectu I
.. and we regret their visit to our >ut-r> ; Scissorpoiket and table Cutlery IIa>'. DRY GOODS NOTIONS
1 U last week. iiitili.-jU\ed the dUiteat my New:More, ";aOh- ,,
town was so short. Miss Kingan also ington .\venue, Titusville, you are respect-
Messrs. '\". Wilson, of Courtney, left Eau Gallie in the Kathleen, but she tull} invited to can and e examine the. same to satisfy NOTICE Hardware, Crockery, Saddlery,
and J. L. Harrison and A. Hogg, of yunr..eJ( us to pricyand quality. whether you buy Medi-
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KEPAlKISa A SPECIALTY.Latest Stationery Family
WVIV1I ,
, did not venture so far as Titusville, hay or not
Eau Gallie, were visiting Titusville last approved Iiiitruuii and TiK>l and 'Mj A New Business: house, in a fine loca- cines Garden Seeds,
at Cocoa. Mr. A. R. la the watch and jewelry ,
i ing stopped over ears' practical e\j erifiice
'I week, and gave us a pleasant call. huhincBs. I shall spire no painstaking to please as tion, for sale at a bargain. Call on
in command of the Kath- GROCERIES
Hodgson was to articles and prices or Repaint, and HOP TO CHOICE ,
-Rev. Mr. Reems, of Kentucky, who leen. :XFR1T A FAlll SHAnK. OF YUVli PATKUNIGE. PKITCHARD & SWEET,
has been spending a few days at Dr. ('. (.. IIIA\M\. Hay Corn, Mapes Fertilizers.
-The rumors that were afloat, on Titusville Fla.
i I OrndorfFs, starred, last Friday, to visit I Tuesday, that a deaf mute printer named 13tf CITY POIXT, riLOIlIIU.
the Gulf and other sections of the I HOWELL TITUS. --- --- ----- --
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, 'l State. STAR office, was run over by the cars at BOBBINS & GRAHAM,

: : J -Mr. A. C. Aldrich, city engineer of Sanford, on Monday, are probably true.

! 1 Orlando, was a visitor to our town on Hale left Titusville on Sunday or Pool & Billiard Room .

< :F Tuesday, and was quite astonished at the Monday, and left a note addressed to ,

r ..:I growth of the place since he saw it a little I the editor of the STAR, stating that he MAIN STREET, REAL ESTATE BROKERS & LOAN AGENTS.

, : t.1 11 over a year ago. was tired of Titusville and was going to
FLA.Sole .. .
i -The Signal Service at this place are ehe far west-Wyoming or Montana TITUSVILLE, -

in need of another boat, with a capacity where rent was not so high, and where'
Buowx's
t' Agent in this section for LANDS BOUGHT AND SOLD.
11:1 of three or four tons. No doubt the he could get more remunerative employ- GINSENG ToxIc-a Delightful and exhilarating -

u ?4 proper model and size can be found on ment. Some of Hale's friends here Beverage. Always on draught. Loans Negotiated on First Class Security at from 12 to 24 per cent.

our river without much trouble. seem to think he may have committed Try it.DON'T.
Choice lots in rapidly growing Towns, will net investors 100 percent
t ; -President Coleman, of the J. T. & li suicide, as he had been very despondent AR.NING- in twelve months.

K. V,'.Ry. Co.,arrived here in his special of late. Residence lots in Titusville from 20 up to $1000.

car, Monday, and went down the riveron Everyone on our river should handin !BE in the DECEIVED North advertising HY COMMISSION to: pay large Business lots from S2oO to i 82,500.
r the steamer Rockledge. lIe returned their name and amount to the Immi- prices for Hides Fur and Sinus, but Bell your

i' the next day and left for the north. gration Contribution Fund. Give an goods at home. For highest prices ship them to P. 0. Box 250 Titusville, Florida.A. .

amount within your means, and be C. E. PONTIER & Co., I

J The Governor has designated Wed I in doing so. By next week we Orlando, Fla., box 337; or Tampa, Fla.,
}i ; < ueillathe" 8th of February, arbor prompt box ao.WANTED I A. STEWART, GEO. M. ROBBINS, WALTER S. GRAHAM.Clerk .
wish to hwethe subscription list amountto D.
for 188 aml especially recommends TO BUY Court. Law. )1.
tAt ::- Day Circuit Atty. at
!} its appropriate observance in the way ofplanting $25. It will give a bad appearance ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND

1 trees and shrubs for beautifying t> other sections of ourState and countryif lOO.OUU) Green, Salted BREVARD ABSTRACT OF TITLE COMPANY.

II'II'I, public grounds. Brevard can not rake as much as ALLIGATOR SKINS.

$200 for this purpo Send the amount PLUMES
' : -The ladies will call the Bazar or HERON COlupleteibsh.acts of Title furnished to all lands in lre"
with name to the STAR and we will
r. :. ; Fair, to be held on the 13th and 14th your AND BIRD SKINS OF ALL KINDS ward county, Florida.
l acknowledge the receipt of it, and the .
bought in M-a-on. Quotations sent on application.H'tereuce
( proximo, St. Valentine's Fair. The prominent funds will be placed in the bank subject i'I :-First National Bank of Tampa For Titles Examined and Perfected.Box .
feature will be St. Valentine's mroruiattou call ou or aJdress C.. E.
; : to the order of the officers of the A socia- Pox:lIE1. \: U) Orlando Fla.: Box 3'.:. .
office which will undoubtedly be I 30. aa-6m 25O Titusville Fla.
;. post tion. Do not delay. or lamps Fla.Bux ,
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1 a great attraction for the young folks. -The meeting at the Court House, -

-Capt. Joe Smith has purchased the last Saturday afternoon, to take active I GRAND VIEW HOTEL I WE CALL THE ATTENTIONOf

1 fast sloop formerly known as the".\nna"of toward securing the road throughthe ,
steps
the people of Indian River to our stock of Good,
FLA.
St. and calls her theE TITUSVILLE, .
Augustine, now Turnbull Hammock from this placeto
which we are offering at very close margin.We .
Shamrock. This boat has won several the county line north, was not largely -- make a specialty of

prizes, and we are glad that Titusville attended as it should have been, but a The most centrally locate Hotel in City,

1 can once more boast of a speedy yacht of sufficient number of our live and energetic -! -0-- Flour
Groceries Grain and
some: size.: : citizens were present to start the I NEW HOUSE. FIRST-CLASS INEVERY Hay l lOn ,

i i -A party of about a dozen started for work ahead, and Colonel Gaulden is now RESPECT. ,
of
the cean beach, on Sunday, but owing at work soliciting subscriptions toward Open all the year round. Table Unsur- which we will give special inducements. We carry a large stock ETC.

r to the light winds did not get any fur- I the making of the road. The right of passed. Bath Rooms Free. GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS, BOOTS AND SHOES, HATS AND CAPS, ,

ther than Black Point, fo they returned way has been secured, and it is hoped Rates, $2.5O & $3.OO per Day.SPECIAL Which we are offering low figures. Those needing shoes will find it greatly! to

" about five o'clock in the evening that some aid can be obtained from the their interest to give us a call as we are selling shoes very low.

" declaring they had a good time "alle I county. The road will be of much bene- JUTES PER WEEK. We will be pleased to quote prices at any time.

samee." fit to the county at large as well as the J. A. MILLEE,\Proprietor. 33. L. I3Et-A.I coo: :aa.O.:


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