The Florida star
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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: February 16, 1888
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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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, FEB. 16, 1888. NO. 43.

-- ,Ir. flame Refuses. Blaine is entirely sincere in his declina- Georgiana.Mr. Rev. E. Heyser, wife and two children mostly the shape of bruises and the \.

jj. F. Jones, chairman of the Republican tion." Monson, who was recently hurt, and four friends from Georgia arrived on tearing off the leaves, the plants have \J11

Rational Committee,was interviewed Senator Frye paid : "I think the letteris is improving.The the 31st ult. already recovered, and the loss to the

by a reporter on Monday afternoon on exactly what it purports to be, an instruction new dwelling of Mr. Burchfield, Mr. White is building a good substan- crop will be comparatively small. No .

letter declining his name to Mr. Blaine's friends not to such storm has ever visited this section .2i
}Ir. Blaine our county surveyor, will soon be readyfor tial wharf in front of Mr. C. Lane's east
being brought before the Republican present his name to the convention. It occupation.Mr. side residence. before, and it is to be hoped none like it i ,

nominating convention for renomination."His does not debar the convention from selecting ever will again. Some of the hail stones ,t +
Clements' newly-painted dwelling Wonder if Kansas blizzards and Mano- I
trip," Mr. Jones said, "has been him if it choo s." were weighed and ran from one and a '
presents a fine appearance in its new toba zephyrs are acting as Florida immigration -
wonderfully beneficial. I have had many Senator Farwell said : "In reading be- dress as viewed from the river. agents.Mr. half and one and three quarter ounces l j

from him, and in nearly all of tween the lines I infer that Mr. Blaine apiece, while they caused scare enough :
This U. M. Pitts has far recovered
place is in constant need of hotel
them he has spoken of his health and said has an eager desire for re-nomination. It to have weighed a ton.
and boarding house of access from from his accident as to be home again SAM.
he was entirely recovered. No sir, it is seems to me that if it were Mr. Blaine's easy
the steamboat accommodatethose and out of danger.
not ill health nor fear of the result, or sincere intention to decline or refuse a landing, to STATE'XKWM.Fftyfive .
who wish to land here from the Several here invest-
parties are seeking
of another nomination
rain he
worry and the si campaignwhich would haye signed his
down steamer at night.At ments in the of lands for acres arc being planted in
shape orange
impelled Mr. Blaine to write that name at the end of the first paragraph.

letter." Senator Chandler said: "Mr. Blaine's present the famous home of Dr. groves and general improvements. groves around Sparr, Marion county.S. .

"Will you tell what Mr. Elaine's rea- decision not to run is in accordance with Wittfeld is open to guest Also the Capt. M. E. Spencer arrived home on A. Long, of Graharnvillc, has senta

sons are his constant declarations for a year anda boarding house of the doctor's brother, January 30th, and, after a short visit, i fifteen pound turnip to the exhibition. I

Y"Mitt.. ELAINES' REASONS. half made to his most intimate friends.It Peter Wittfeld. At each of these places has just returned to duty at Sombrero I Workmen are still busy in the Alcazar !

"As given to me at the time to which is taken because he has resolved not to visitors will receive the kindest treatment light. % in various departments at St. Augustine.

}[r. Blaine refers, the reasons were these: undergo the labors and troubles: and to and the best accommodation and Miss Ettie, a daughter of Mr. R. B. Not a stone has been turned on the

Before the nomination of the Republicansin incur the responsibilities involved in the board on reasonable terms. Moore, returned home from the north on proposed new custom house at Key West

1876, Mr. Blaine was very anxious to candidatcy. Beyond all question his decision This place offers a fine chance to set- the 9th bringing a young lady friend

obtain the Presidency, and worked for it is sincere and irrevocable." along. yet.The
of Orlando
tlers as any on our river. Let no mane Presbyterians are goingto
with the aid of his friends. He was dis- OTHER OPINIONS. told there are no river front locationsto Post office Inspector Coward arrived build a brick church, beginning work

appointed when it went to another man From interviews with other' prominent be had. We invite inspection and Jan. 31st, and after inspecting the four at once.

in the manner it did. In 1880 he was still Republicans it appears that the majorityof settlers to our place. We want settlers 'post offices on the lake, has left for Rolla Ryan, an actor, well known in

anxious, although in a lesser degree, and them were taken by surprise by the and good citizens to buy and make Miami. the small towns of Florida and Georgia,

his disappointment was less marked. In letter, and all sorts of opinions are ex- homes in our midst. We have mails and "Brother Rob" is now doubly happy died in Texas a short time ago.

1834 be had, to a great extent, lost the pressed as to its real purpose. Ohio men steamers daily. and the "Idler" will probably not haunt The lanterns for the beach lights in I
for the and he with-
desire office now are jubilant. They accept it at its face An the upper end of the lake as much as she Pensacola and the
from the because he has offer is now understood to be made Bay are now ready,
draws no
value and say it means Senator Shermanfor the recently has been doing. have been notified for
real to
wish to become President. He takes a by principal estate owner of our keepers report
the Republioan candidate.The Rev. E. Gale has treated the Minnieto at
keen interest in literary work and wants place, to give any experienced hotel mana duty once.

rest and quiet. I assure you these are Baltimore Herald editorially nominates lot for a first-class hotel. The locationis a new mast and a fresh coat of paint; Supt. Parcel!, of the street railway at

the only reasons for Mr. Blaine's letter Roscoe Conkling. The New York a fine one, having a part on both and Mac Porter has repaired the Oxford Tampa, has ordered 40 tons of new rails

that are known to me. Everybody, sooner Evening Post says : "We think that Mr. rivers. A fine view of both rivers is had and added some improvements, includ- to re-lay part of the old track and make

Blaine's letter to Chairman Jones does from the lot. Also New Found Harbor, ing a new and larger sail. several extensions.S. F
or later, loses! the desire for somethingwhich
they were anxious to obtain and actually take him out of the field as a the Wittfeld Lake and the ocean are in I Mr. J. Cophart, Miss M. A. Couch and G. Bettes,better known as the "Sailor -

this is entirely true in the case of Mr. contestant for the Republican nomina- view. Mr. Josiah Sherman, wife and two Evangelist," has pitched his tent in

Blaine tion for the lresidency."rethink that friends arrived on the 1st., the former Palatka, and intends conquering the

this will be the effect and not the resultof Eau Gallic Hem two stopping at1r.. R. Moore's and ,
Is not Mr. Blaine's letter somewhat in- many sinners in that town.
with it, whether he so intended it or not." A heavy wind and rain squall passedover the latter at Mr. Sherman's west side
consistent the actions of his friends One Marianna's young salesmen was
with his in This is also the opinion of Senator, this place on Sunday last. place. I
presumably consent workingfor the other day referred to by a gent of

the control of State delegations and Quay, of Pennsylvania. A great manyof II. R. Olmstead returned from the Rev. Dr Breaker has been under the color as dat young gemmun wid a wide

. committees Mr. Blaine's friends, however, assert Narrows with a full load of oysters.Mr. weather for nearly a week but was suffi- countenance and a vygrous eye."

thai the letter don't change the situationt ciently recovered to start for home on
1.' NOTHING I CO SISTEXT. and Mrs. J. 0. Walton visited our The United States troops at St. Augus- !
all and same Democrats express themselves the 9th,but from what can be learned in-
the week.
"No sir, it is not inconsistent. No such county town during past tine are daily giving exercises in a signal
the different
same way, Jut give tends returning and permanently locating
work has been done by. us. Of course I for their belief reasons at Capt. Adams is still putting out orange flag drill from the garrison to a station
reasons! or no here by next winter.
" have received countless letters on this all beyond the conviction. trees of the Jaffa and Tardiff varieties. upon Anastasia Island, almost two miles ,

subject from people North, South, East The steamer Kathleen made her usual Fourteen visitors arrived on the lake away. .fa

and 'V Ci't.lr.. Maine's friends have not I Postponement of "Krcvard I Saturday trip Melbourne and return. in one day, which was quite an influx The ladies of the Daytona Episcopal

sought to bet up or secure a single dele- Du)"" afl thc SubTropical.Editor Tomatoes, egg plants, etc., in our for this vicinity. Besides this, they are Church realized $100 by their "New

gate an'wherr."re have made no concerted neighborhood are looking very well since arriving at the rate of from two to six England supper." This amount will be

action; there has been no meetingto of the Florida Star: the recent rain-fall. or eight every day now, so things begin added to their fund for building rectory -

map out a course favorable to Mr. Dear Sir,-For the information of to look very lively-more so than they for their church.
Capt. Bennett is clearing his land
Blaine, and I assure you that whatever those who contemplate a visit to the up ever did before. The steamer Cora A. Russell .
recently purchased from Mr. John Mellor Capt. :; ,
has been done by the admirers of Mr. Sub-Tropical :Exposition in Jacksonville, of this place. Iced lemonade was the fashion duringthe arrived at Key West, Monday, from Tor-

Blaine has been done on their own account Brevard Co. Day, we have just received with the balance of the of
but tugus
Mr. Wm. Treutler of the Treutler hail !storm as as can cargo
and the instance from the J. T. & K. W. officialsthe ; ,
not at of his close Railway Hotel Titusville the learned, it was all partaken of minus the"stick" mahogany from the Norwegian bark
was visiting during
friends. We have done nothing to secure rates as follows: Dr. Brelsford says he and Capt.E. Subulon, wrecked some weeks ago.
week for
the of
the nomination of Mr.Blaine. When For all points in Brevard county, on past purpose maKing
connected with his hotel.] N. Dimick had to take theirs even At Ocala, J. H. Bailey, an Englishman -
the people write to me on the subject I the line of the railroad is 2c. a mile for purchases new
without the ice as the hail storm did not who recently bought the llyntongrove
send them in reply the call of the convention the round trip, and no railroad rates to Mrs. Hodgson, sen., of Como, Canada,
extend as far south as Palm Beach. It for $8,000, made a purchase of the
as issued by the committee, and be over $:t has just returned from a trip to Jupiter,
is 1 lucky, sometimes, to live on a side fine grove belonging to the Robinson-
some extracts from the posters of the For the river, one fare for the round and is delighted with the beauties of
when hurricane of ice
track, especially a Anthony estate on Lemon avenue last
convention to be added to the Titusvillc rate Indian River particularly the sail
of 18S4. I have written no trip, ,
is passing along the main line. week, the consideration i being S2.\OOO.
letters in Mr. Blaine's intrret.:15 ." and to which is to be added the entrance through Jupiter Narrows.
In marine items it is hard work to keep Rafael B lane], now of Key West: an
\\ fee to the which has not
this letter laid before any sort ofa Exposition, yet The yacht Cygnus, that was in Titus-

meeting of his friends, or of the National been decided upon ; that i is, whether it villc recently, is- again at--- home n____ at___ _Elllw' _u: _:_ track of the movements of the boats now American citizen who was imprisoned
c--u- as there are so of them and theyare I some time by the Spanish authorities of
Committee?" will be 25c. or 50c. Gallic. This is one of the finest boats on many

"It was not. The letter was received by The tickets, will be good for three days the river, and is very suitable for partiesor so continually on the go. Captain 'Cuba will shortly file with the Secretary *
Fozzard has arrived with-a schoonerloadof I of State, at Washington: ,. a claim againstthe
me on Tuesday last, it having come directly from the date of sale. tourists who wish to remain any

from Florence to me. It was writ- Now, as to the Brevard County Day, length of time on the water. Capt. C. lumber to fill orders; the Marion has Spanish government for 100,000

ten (entirely Mr. Blaine's handwriting.As the 23rd instant was designated by the Young is in command.A brought more lumber from Mr. Hogg's damages.To .
; for the time. mill, on the St. Lucie; the Bon Ton has :show how real estate in and aroundSt.
its it Exposition management
you k. by opening sentence,
I serious accident took place in this taken to Miami the Bessie B. is ha in value
was intended for the Republican party.I provided the President did not visit the a party ; Augustine : appreciated ,

did not tell anybody of its existence Exposition in that week. .\* it is almosta : town on Sunday morning last, causingthe up Jacksonville way; the Mary B. is justin it is only nCC"iarfor us to !say thaf a
death of a colored boy, Nathaniel from Jacksonville, while the Kansas: few years ago Dr.J.K. Rainey purchaseda
until Friday. Even a man as close to Mr. settled fact that the President:: will be 1
Lipscomb by name. It. is thought thata the Idler and the Oxford are tract of land Moultrie from
Blaine clipper, large near
is Steven B. Elkins knew nothing there on or about that date, we fear it
of the J letter until this morning." will cause a postponement: of Brevard rifle handled by some person or persons busy every day carrying passengers and the government for $1.25 per acre A
at present unknown, was! accidentally and down the lake and the he sold !
County Day until some time in March. the mails up week ago this tract for $j0 per
)Ilt. WEEKS iNTERV IEWED. discharged, the ball passing through a
Flirt, the Yum-Yum, the Pearl, the
We hope the railroad will
Joseph 1) Weeks, Financial Secretary find it to their interest to make company excursionrates wall of a house and also the body of the Winnie, the Exile, the R. R., the Minnie, acre.The building and loan association: organized !
the Abbie, the Whacker B. the Daisy, in St. Augustine six months
on the occasion of the President'svisit i ago,
in oulr.. Blaine's letter in a few minutes. The deceased being a
commenting also. and a host of others arc out trolling or has met with surprising !success. The

said: Yours, etc., general favorite, his death has caused on inlet or pic nic trips nearly all the following i is the report of C. F. Hopkins,
*'I think Mr. Blaine sincerein quite a gloom to fall over the colored time.
perfectly A. L. HATCH, jun. secretary and treasurer: Amount

what he says, but I do not think his For Brevard Co. Committee. I population of Eau Gallie. An inquestwas Showers are frequent now. Hardly a sold in past six months$23,000; amountof
withdrawal will his nominationor held, on Monday, by Jno. E. M.Hodgson .
prevent without less rainfall interest, $1,000 ; account,
[THE have been perfected day passes more or ; expense
his justice of the and esolfieio
acceptance of the nomination if peace total G90.!
but on the Gth a little extra diversionwas $310 ; gain $
for the President': visit to Jacksonville : -
thrust for the 5th District which
upon him. lIe owes too much to coroner The Madison ]: 'fmlpr wild
oau-cd by as severe a hail storm as (( reports a
the so that Brevard C'o. Day, as Mr. resulted in verdict to the effect that the
Republican for that. The issue i .
party Hatch states will be postponed until has ever been known anywhere in the I hog; as having chased Dr. Higdon several
neat will be Tuitf5.. Trade deceased boy, Nathaniel Lipscomb, came i
year Free miles in the Withlacoochie district. The
The hailstones from
I were a :
time in \1arrb.-Ep. STAR. country.
and some ] to his death by the accidental discharge I
as Mr. Blaine is the
strongest I doctor horseback and the inflicted
exponent quarter of an inch to two inches or over was on hog -
of the Protection now before lleleorolo I of a gun in the hands of some person or i. several wounds the of
system Weekly nl SUIIIIlUtr r. in diameter, and they fell for !some upon legs
the people, it would not surprise me tosee persons at present unknown to the jury. fifteen minutes, striking with considerable II II his! horse. As wild hogs are said to be
:Ending February 14. 1SSS.DAY. of
him The jury further drew the attention
nominated in spite of all. in that district deal of
force, as the wind blew at a very: numerous a sport

OPINIONS or REPUBLICAN SENATORS. I 2 ..: .. .. parents and householders to the dangerous high velocity at the same time. Fortunately -I may be had by hunting them as the offi
: :: ; I : ; habit of leaving loaded
In Washington the letter from Mr. = :: 2 :; I. weapons the area of the storm was small or cers in the British army in India do.
;: te.. .s about their houses where irresponsible
Maine, expressing unwillingness to have = ,,:: :. :! :: :. the damage would have been much The Daytona Improvement Club has
find and handle them to
people might ,
his name presented to the National RePublican 2 Eoi: =. > greater. Windows were broken in a forty members. The object of the association
,'" ;:: S the great danger of themselves and
Convention as that of a candi- ': e.: -:: great many houses. 'Squire Hoagland appears to be to improve and
date for the Presidency, attracted a great =. ..:.:;.I.I ..s.:: :-: ..tl ;" TRUTH.Lake lost his thermometer, so cannot tell how ornament the streets and public groundsof :

deal of attention at the Capitol todayand I. =_ ,-.2... =- 1, >- I cold it gets now. Mr. P. Lemon's house the town of Daytona by planting or

was the subject of general comment. Wednesday, 29.97171 fcJlSWS: Cloudy. Worth. now resembles the leaning tower of cutting out trees, establishing and main-

Among the prominent Republican Congressmen Thursday, .. 29.93 6958 13 Cloud I' Caerphilly Castle. Large trees all I taining walks,grading and draining roadways -
Friday, ...... 29.9779 62 sw 2.i Fair. Rain plentiful.
who were willing to express through the east side hammock has takena securing needful sanitary drainage.
Saturday, ... 29.96 81 Gi W 42 Fair. So visitors. .
publicly an opinion with regard to it Sunday,...... 29.98 7162 SE 26 Cloudy.: I are tumble and are now giving the roots establishing and protecting good grass

Were Senators Allison, Frye. Farwell, Monday; ..... 30.14 63153 X'Y124 Clear. The Illinois came in from the B. I. R. an airing, while tomatoes and other garden plats and borders in the streets, and doing

and Chandler. Tuesday,..... 30.27 Clear. on January 31st. truck looked as though they had generally whatever may tend to the

Senator Allison would not be Interviewed W. W. DAVID, Observer Mr. M. K. Lyman ia home again and been passed through a thrashing machine.As improvement of the town as a place of

beyond saying: "I think Mr. Signal Corps. at work improving his homestead. the damage to the vegetables was residence.THE. .


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,! Proceedings of the Legislature for the
All the Important Happenings; ..\ : the i C
Thirty-Second Day. KNIGHTS OF LABOR

1 CREATES A SCENE. MADRID, Feb. a-In the chamber of depu- AT CINCINNATI. the house a bill was reported author THE READING SYSTEM.

ties Senor Castelar delivered a long speech j I I"Ill" izing the appointment of eleven division superintendents .

reviewing the European situation. He II I of the railway mail service. J Nt.p
Chairman Lee Happy Over the
He Criticises the Chair, Snubs Those Who strongly condemned the constant increase of President and Vice President Released i! Private bills were considered and a dozen Result and

Interrupt Him and Leaves the Chamber I armaments and the policy of conquest prevalent on Twenty Thousand Dollars Hond |: pass J. At 4:
I among the powers, and declared that notice that he would call Their 'ItUXO Farther
Mr. giving '
Crisp ,
In Disgust-Clergymen Before the Senate Other Arrests Will Probahly Follow.The ': Rioting R (
Spain should pursue a policy of peace and 'i up the Lowry-White contested election caae. i! ported-Other Labor New
Committee-Washington Notes. i iASBL"GTOS progress. Continuing, he advocated free Cause of the Failure. \

trade as beneficial to the working classes and ClS..I X.\TI, Feb. 11.-The one topicof discus.i { Thirty-Third !>.\>-. POTTSVILIJ, Pa., Feb. l>.-John Lee, chair J

Feb. 9- the liberal principles of the is In the senate there was no session.In man of the railroaders' executive committee
applauded present n in this city the suspension of the
In the senate to-day ministry.: National the house: a petition was presented has returned from the conference' with
motion of Mr. Metropolitan the enactment of laws in the board Knights of Labor 1B
i \>?*v U on Senor Castelar sail he considered Prince against prohibitory general at Philadelphia -
> \Wwn Vest a bill was Bismarck's speech an indication of an approaching hank, and the the district; also again menhaden fishing greatly elated at having; both the I

adopted apprOPriat-1 struggle between the Germans and taking: pt....se-sion of its i on the coast. Bills were parsed for the holding Reading railroaders: and miners strikes endorsed Ii

fL ing $ the Slavs and thought that war between its affairs by Bank 9"j : of terms of United States district courts by that body. He at once set to work

4. r the extension of the I Germany and Russia would sooner or later Examiner Sanders. I Minnesota, and for the payment of cer- to strengthen; the strike lines and finds the tutt

\1 'AMI postoffice Kansas be inevitable Spain, he said, should remain The failure was directly J tain claimants in Cincinnati. The Lowry- railroaders solid bar miners ntsxling ea-

:Mo.Petitions. neutral in European politics and European jji-edpitatedl White contest was taken up and speeches couragement, and old them together i

: City, wrangles! He condemned the action of Italy I' made by Messrs. Moore, of Texas; O'Ferrall, they will share the re..i-J fund.

-I' on a variety in entering the triple alliance, but highly by the arrest of | of West Virginia; Kowell, of Illinois Cock-I "Action of the general executive board ia !

c of subjects were presented, and tho praised her forbearance toward the papacy. John K. De Camp, 1 ran, of New York: ,Wilson of Minnesota; approving both strikes," he said, "brings the A r

calendar was taken up for consideration of Senor Castelar's utterances created general late vice presidentof I Outhwaite, of Ohio, and Maish, of Pennsyl whole country to the aid of the men and 6

" bills in their regular order. enthusiasm;; in the chamber, and the speaker !h->t i institution. vania. The house, without reaching a vote, ', they are sure to win. I think there will soon

I abjourned at 4 p. m.ThirtyFourth. be a proposition to settle from the com 1Y iI
I Mr. Riddleberger interrupted with a renewed was loudly applauded and successively congratulated Only last SaturdayLe "

attempt to secure consideration of his resiim-M as vice \ Day pany.

resolution in reference to the British extra- president. At the 't ;; i' In the senate, unimportant bills were re Secretary Cahill has received altogether )
"The Grand Old Ian. ; i over ?1,'.:A>. This will be distributed
and created a scene, accompanied 5 and and memorials
dition treaty, of his ; d hNt ported petitions pre S
in the CANNES, Feb. 9.-:Mr. Gladstone spent a i verjtime ar- wherever there is need for it. There has
by much laughter galleries.He \ sented. A joint resolution was reportedand ft
declared that he had been unfairly great deal of his time here in driving and' re t thf directory of parsed for the constitution centennial been a great increase in the receipts in the

treated, that his resolution was entitled to walking. He expressed regret at leavingthis the bank was struggling celebration in the hall of the house. past few days, anti the collectors who ar,, i

of rules beautiful climate for the fogs of London; i with the probJOHN K.DE CA. .tP. I out have only just commenced making remittances
consideration, that one set applied Mr. SauLsberry, of Delaware, slake on the ,
to him and another to other senators, and nevertheless: he was eager to be present at ( lem that presented itself before them. The : resolution relating to international coinage.The home.

that there was a combination to pre"entaetion the opening of the session of p'trliament. true state of affairs are being found out andare ; educational bill was laid before the senate This is not all the money that is cumin,; to

upon his resolution.He He is looking remarkably well is in good about as follows: but temporarily set aside. Mr. Platt the aid of the miners, for John T. Little, of rI'

criticized the chair and snubbed senators spirits his voice strong Lis body vigorous a At fj i clock in the evening Deputy LI.ite.I''' made a speech on the president's message, St. Clair and Robert Maggs: ofMahanoyi I't

until good: color in his cheeks, and in every way .. i City, representing; the miners alone are receiving I'a
who endeavored to interrupt him Stat- Marshal Co stello and United States : arguing that the president is a free trader.At .

the chair repeatedly ruled him out of order his trip has been beneficial to him. I Commissioner Dover entered th.! bank, Rn 1 ; 4UO p. m. the senate went into executive ,. money from the Wyoming region I'e

and finally directed him to take his ssat. Mr. UNcussing the Speech. finding the late vice president took him into session and at 5:30 p. m. adjourned. ; and other sources. Chairman Lee is preparing .

Riddleberger remained standing and appealed LONDON, Feb. 9.-Prince Bismarck's speech' custody. He was given a brief hearing; i In the house, Hr. White, of New York, de- to send out eleven more collectors' ; two

from the action of the chair. The was volubly discussed in political circles 011'' r.n-i was Mealed on bond in the sum of nied that he Lad a wire to his office in New will go to Pit ouur;;, two to Chicago, three 1

the but allowed o' John Carlisle and Albert Netter' York for in Under the to Louisville, two to Washington; and two toNew
chair did not entertain appeal the whole favorably. The weak point of 8avv dealing; stocks. call i
other business to proceed, and Mr. '[ the German chancellor's position is generally proving;: acceptable n? temporary -curiti : of states a number of new bills were introduced York. They will all report to hidotlce. 1

Riddleberger withdrew from the chamber I i conceded to be the abandonment of the I i including Mr. nut rworth's. for i

without resuming his seat !1 defense of Turkey and it Is believed that ] The whole thin; hIS teen growing into a reciprocity with Canada. Mr. Carlisle resumed The company collieries are making but r

A bill to authorize the t-ale of mineral I j Lord Salisbury should assist in maintaining fcc-t for a long time: in fa"t, since the commencement 'I his duties in the chair amid applause, little h"'a.lwaith tho green hands employed. t

bonds to aliens was discussed at length, but !l the status quo opinion would overwhelmingly of the realtate boom, butC'mptr.lV'r and Mr. Cox received the thanks of the house Packer Xo. 2 received four carload* t
Trenholrn first initiate for his able and services of mules IKI Ionl'nUi..1.m Penn is rua-
without action. the was : impartial as speakerpro
At 2 clock Mr. Cawes took the floor in support government.lionie into lie Ile Camp metho.ls! when he came tern. Tile ',-hit -Lo'\TY contested elec- ,, gin;;; as a.;:l.l! and shipped 1;rJ cars of coal .

favor of the lllair educational bilL Rulers llejoicinqr.I t I 1 bei-e 0:1 the Fidelity lay out. There the tion case va.taken up. Sj>eeches were made yesterday. I

Mr. Blair gave notice that be would a.K I DtBLIF"h.. H.-There was great rejoie- Metropolitan; loaned the Fidelity enough; to by Johnson, of Indiana O'Neill, of Indiana :Miner* Satisfied. (

for a vote on the educational bill today or i: ing among the Home_ Rulers last: night; over even t:}> its cash and nari'owly ocape: l aI Lodge, Massachusetts::, and Crisp, of 1! WIUCKSBAKHE, Pa., Feb. 0.-There is not

-n..on"Ow. the conversion of Sir Thomas throve, member -I squeeze. Trenholm had his suspicions aroused Ge a-gia.; The majority report declaring the a ripple of excitement here over tha> t

On motion of Mr. Jones, of Arkansas, the II' for Wilton and Mr. Benjamin Hingley.: and bince then: the bank has been an object of '1 sitting; member, White, entitled: to his seat, nouncvmen that a demand for aa advance

bill to authorize the Chocktow Coal and V member for North Worcester, who have de- inter ea. was agreed to-yeas b 7, nays lU.( :. AtoUiO of 15: per crow of wages should bo made by

Railway npany to construct a railrnsd I j sorted the Lib-ral-UnionKts and joined the He examined old statement, an.1 saw that p. in., the house adjourned. the Knights of Labor in a short time amoa.; .

through tau India Territory was lJu"o.i.TIle i Gladstonians.Tm the record was out of joint. The filial statement the mass of coIii"rwoker'i here. The few

!tP\.. )lr. Cuyler and a cldatiul i of Million Destitute People.SHANGHAI was made Decembtr 7 by I'ugenePowell Thirty-Firth Day.In men that lielong: to the Knights of Labor
tLe serrate and memorials
,cared afore the senate comrnittee i who declared for the solvency of the petitions on '
clergyiutai ;sj;'j makes a move of that nature not a very
Feb. !'.-Nearly two million all carts of subjects: were presented as usual
on foreign relations today: and spuke ; le n!:. Tl.el1lr.. Sanders was sent here and serious aiTair. Th miners say that they are
hive been rlrnde"t".1.1'itittlt asking th-j of commissionto
people i one appointment a
against thtvo..tatiol: \ of liquors to the ti.!- :rret of De Camp followed.Tc making too mush money just now to think
of miles of country desolate- by the investigate charges alleged against; Catholic 1
West Indies i provident of the bank was ex-Mayor 1of such that.
Ho river. in confessions. Bills any thing as
overflowing of th" Hoa'ig priC't.i hearing were .
t Willijim! Means, owl as POOH as he heard of Among the ninstvaa collieries of the Le-
To the Ueu Iii Strike.
Investigate < 1 resolution infracting
; reported an a adopted -
the r nv-'t f>t the vice president, ini'nodiately
IJIvnrm'k.BERLIN. anti Wilkesbariv Cool in thisi
The Kmpornr C'en:; high company
WASHINGTON, Feb. ('.-Speaker Carlisl3agreed then coniiitfce on commerce to inquire
IVb. '.'.-The emperor received I watt before the United States authoritiescrul i city, it is estimated tint not one would stopif !
last night to appoint as "sjial i : into tiexpediency of congress; assuming
rirrani to surrender biuuv>lf at the
Prince Bismarck yesterday and congratulated 1 every knight was culled out tomorrow.So .
committees on the Heading rai'road> control of tly erection cf bridges; over navigable -
1.nr" oilice mul lie rpl.Iwith his
Messrs. Tillman, of South Carolina; Chip- : lam-on his speech in the iictag.EfTcct. ; lJ1ar ; s tnvti water* witiiin state limits. Mr. Platt at S-gnr Notch, and over ua the weptsip'
i> t'; give lond in the sum of tf'2t,1i'1V.) !. The of the where other
man, of Michigan; Stone of Missouri; Parker -: V spoke at length 0:1 tho president's message. Susquehanna companic's
of the Madrid Kiot. charge against him is for violation of "OJ.: :' of .
stretches for mile! there has been
: ,
of New York, and Anderson, of Kansas.. At :;:1:; the senate went into executive session ao
MADRID, Feb. !).-Twenty deaths Lave the at relating; t,) banks and bankL-ig, under evidence of excitement, and numbers were
will be made and the
and 4k
The announcement ''! thus far resulted from the riots at PioTinto. 1 which 1:. I* HaiT;i>r and Ben Hopkins. If! the ;1 at p. m. adjourned. 1 found who said that while there wore a ;;')011
committee will leave at once for Philadelphia In the Louse a resolution was'aloptetl.
Fidelity bank, were arraigned tried and
of Labor the
to 1 KJ absent about month. The chair- \ ; calling for information in regard to the lassor many Knights men among mice
convicted. The warrant charged him with alio
man-hip of the committee<; ottered to and HORRORS OF THE SEA. i destruction L'nitdl States notes. Unfavorable : employes over there, th--re were a great

declined by Mr. Ilayner, of MaryLau The i t i appropriating 5fiol,2SN of the bank'si imports were made on joint resolutions many who did not belong; to that organization
funds in loans to himself between January,
Three Ilriti-h Steum-hi and Their CrewsGien and who declared they would nut turn
Heading: strikers will hold a mass meeting i proposing constitutional amendments, ,
I l S'-!, and February 5, 1S>S. His bond was
Up for l O'.t. : : out at a request of the knight Oe very
and be '
here t -morro\V night :\(lrlrcIIy to
; giving congress power regulate factory ,
placed at >'A.OJ >. and was signed br :Mr. Iimpo."iule
Ci)n"res. !Kaa Drum and other PHILADELPHIA, Pa.. Feb. 10.-The British 1 r hours, and th. alcoholic liquor trafiic. The prominent in this city said that it w.jl
Ilanna FechLeimer C. JI. Hol-
: Henry May the to strike
to get knights
xtenmship-i Algitha. Capt. Bnrwise; Lufra, diplomatic appropriation bill was rt i'orted-
Not Likely to Accept.WASHINGTON bwrnwl: Pat E. Itoach.lh. this region, whether the advanced
fiiimatsud and Darien : total l,4a.H55.: ;; Among bill reported :
Feb.-Mr. William T. Capt. .e surrender of Mr. Mean end.'il th.? 1 : demand is granted or not.
all under charter to come to Philadelphia with of the favorably was one to create a fourth av-is-
features and
Coleman of California, has lieen offered the' ; national case, no arr. :
American commlssionership of the International i iron ore, for Messrs. Naylor & Company, of (.stswiH lie made until Mr. Sanders, the tant po-tma-ter generaL Also to organize; All Oiiet at Shenandt ai.

exposition Mell/ourne. Australia, to this city, are missing; and the crews numbering 1 batik examiner, has gotten further along :; the territory of Oldahomo. Also to limit the SIIENAXOOAH, Po., Feb. '..-t'trikcnanj
hours of lett'-r
i with l Ids investigation: of the bank's affairs i-jrriers''lalwr.: A bill was police are both happy as yesterday was pay
IKJ held this year.Ir.. Colemaifs friend*, in all eighty souls, are believed tohave ; 1
ftlr:1r.: The examiner the crash is duo r porteluthQri7.in the president to appoint day. The paid at no .n, while
however say he will not accept.S'nate'a ; lien lost. Early in December the : pll' wer
i and tirtlirt> I Pleasonton
r :
as a brigadier
to loans on in,':itUeient s-vurity and not todefalcation. the strikers w.r anbL"d aVr.r |'tittin;

St"'rrto.lon." |i three v, s-els under -htirtt-r left the north of He thinks the lo-...... will I notE general The military academy appropriation time n_.. to__ get their_ portion of__ nit_ cltrillW

WASHINGTON, Feb. !).-The senate in secret i j; England for Carthagwia. where they were to :('"c''ll ::: ',,).,\jI. bill was reported, and at o:;}) p. in. the This ::>unted ti> about :JU apiece; s );a

6eS.41)1l"e further coaMd-ration to j nave locbtal iron ore for Philadelphia, end The indirect canstof the coils x- his house a d j- \ulw'l. ca.-vh. and others in part sturtI11.r.

J the British extradition treaty, and cfter a ,. that i- the last seen or heard of them. : ie-n. without doubt, the tx-ndeiu-y: tb.1 Thirty-Sixth Day. an effort v.as made by the I to .,l- t

sessiou of nn hour and a half adjourned According to hl vrtl'c, in London the vos-; C'IrlL.to; dabble: in outside sp.cul'itioas. In time oMr.te a numbT of executive commnr.ieatior. the non-union men; instead they no''greet

without art it m. i j jv !sels are j-osteil+ a'. u1i:sin,. This is never dono .-r..-i- ally, on real estate in the b as territory.' ', wore predated and ref 'rrl. A one another pleasantly and the boat of fret-

CHATTANOOGA'S SCHEME.Thoy until the last hope hav.> vani..l.e-1 so there is T;!*' lo. Find lay. Andrews Hay he.ues, bill woo p-i>"-.1 a;'}rojriating: Jt'l'JMOLKfor in; stt':uingy; prevail Thoris :n si.ji-

little hope of any: of the crew. Th British null a few: other thugs; ; with less foundation a public KuiJdii.t: ; in Ivattvis City. Mr. Riddl of any further riotous proceedings and it B

Want to Ham the Tel:rtes.as a steamship Elpi, which left Eng'and; th.same .> 1\'.' tad eculiar attractions and do.-, have .-brgir objivtc 1 to the discussion;; of any not. etp'LtU1t any. will tu mode.

1'rotcction I'roni Irlo.HN.CllATTAXtxJGA time, arrived in Carthag, loaded, 1(-'.. '...wiude.fln.t with not..., :>a i hitjr, i iwh matters during; the morning hour until hecould -'-

Tenn., Feb 8.-Tl'e IooU!)- and renvheil this port safely, Uaviirj, ei'peri- .-i i'e! rash was called for, th *i: '_. unit have action on his "OIuton: to consider The Stealing Srlk. 1:0,1.(1.

t enced nothing but very mo !'?rat weather.A is :sn M, th' ll neh. It is known that the end ; ; the British extradition in Pml.ELPI1.1. 9.-Theme tralltC"
ject oj a levee for Chattanooga is a matter treaty opens hare
of t sriou.s contemplation just now. The representative of Messrs. ardor & Company is In y-t. t.VV only question; bng; as t., howiai1' -vion. Th hair ruled him out of order. tive Knights of

greatest objections are the ct'n tant danger; said v';teI'lhy t'n-y! lnd no information will :JT'>. A\su1dnit1e\ :n..tH be At :ti o'<'lOt. the Blair bid] was Liken up, Mr. oilleially oPlrve1 the strike of to Raiding

from overflow ani a sufficient supply of I about tit vfsl5.J: : <>nly a c"J.V ram from it i- r.c.t thou[ ,"lt that dep.i itors will 1-va Call 9 oaking.A Vr: h motion to go into executive r1.rQaer. --miners'-. ----men
: J their I.ndon hour which stil I had Litijrsiti'ni growing out of the
they nry.tii-v-
; : !session .vlr. VUeVrger ilvsiandeil
water for navigatioa in the dry w.-x ". A THEY DOMT WANT HENRY GEORGE
plan which insets with great favor i.; being |_K.Hn given u!)c.s lost: with nil lutnds. 10.1:- ." :.-;' n nl'\,: d. Tease the t-Iiinee of the; tbe yeas and iiuys. The \"Clten--. J:; to U, --

discussed igurously; nt present It contemplates 5'tt" '.:Iomewhat.: but PI''I'id'-ut: Xeinsi Mr. Hidc.llL'lK'I'o'l'r"otiu yea When the Dr. 5Ie.I>'im Says the Xrw Party (::1 Get
I Dr. Thr
Mciyim :
: the damming of the Tennessee t of tIP opinion that they p.t leaSt will !*..- vice pr<>si lent pro tom onlered tho galleries A IonsYitlntiit Him.
V YORK Feb. In his
) address to the
I"iat headwaters and at Mu>clo K'i! <>al, : tireigi.tyHve cents on the dollar. cleared, lli.!.!};?!* v:{T made a motion to NEXT YoiiK. Felx i :*.-'Ucr. George bx

t It is ('I.\ mt."I that as the ri\vr there is narrow i Anti-Poverty society -Similar ni ht. Dr. '"T: ii'inor Sanders was at the closo,I hank reron :.!t.r. (&<1(1'Li1? trying; to make his aid to a reporter of a in this city

a-id the banks firm anti iii,h. it can lie : McOlynn. in explaining his re ;'let that no al. .hy! encjigi-d; in <"',nt"':nplntion of nJTair-. point the more m'tings of simp:1th.rith him lie held pry
; .ni vhti! h. found them bad
done with great ntnv.'ss. and at cotnjxira- : t or goofl n.) p. m. the >"iate adjonrrod.Isi in the presidential C.U11Jlia We C.gt

tively Ali::slat cost Many of the m Kt P...at II y his former parishioners, said that he r'v i..n tell by: looking at 1::!Il. Th TO w.-r.- th"1. !5'.r'i.e a memorial of ewer pipemnnufartmvrs I along n 'lnhnty ,wl without him. I b
aould ever return to the In
ministry. .
tl .:"val to-5ir.g rumor one K-i-i; :, to thf'ff..r *>
t.'I""athltU.: of the inUTtftixl was presented asking for again even
nesa men city are i conies bat.k tht party
order for him to d'i !'1iI). eitli"- th> rhurcliwould
in the subject and a private company i that i )e Camps person l liability to more just and equitable prott.'<"tUH. Also! amernoriaa does not support Mr. Cleveland or tt Item

i. lieing:: talked of to rut the plan ia opera- ( hive to undergo a revolution of tb.--.nl! will be ?1'X\'KX). 11? w-vs not \'hd- ,. t.f furaitiut* unnufactr.r. r,' f.ra cratic party, he will have to tike a Ju"b
methods, or h? would have to retrv-t what ,
tion. Both state end Federal aid will also IK k liJo Curing! the day. The impr'-vi'vi igr( wf revolution ol: French! pint.KI.SS.! Mr. G.osveaor humbler position in the rank than b bawad.
ho had suid of tho'< rnethols The litter ....
in *- than that the IetvnlK-r !,
asted. !j : n-er ever : pr*>-Tt"d a p""i ii >n of citizens of For myself I don't want him for my
was inr..csibke. The form..ras iu>p:jssibleit i'tt"n..nt was: boosted: and that Cashier E<1- <: .
Ohio asking that all u.'norablvdischarg.lsoldiers :: candidate. I think he would! L ratberahurt
Attempted A..a..Juatiul1. prevut. If those wbomethods were \\"''''.ls arty follow his president on the list of M.; -v.lorsof: t'i: :? lat-:: war lie jilac-ed! than a help to us. We have rainy i&*>}
ST. I/JVIS. Felt 11.-A Browne Tea : injuring the church followed him with the ,.
r :r: at ,
( p on the pv-i\sioi5 rolli Th. bill!!: in-ikin bills of men in the party willing to be our mnliI
sixtial give, a meagre avcuuni of an at- ,:. irts of which they wore masters he wouUxp' '.1. n.-tent failure has not been of such a lading conclusive evidence in certain cases i ilates.

tomptol avsnv.j nation (.f Uen. Martinez, the them. He warned, them that hepecsess1 cl,. character the I ,
; : *-iui as Fidelity collapsev. waspasAvi. A bill was reported t.) prevent Dr. McGIynn said this tat night at the
exile Mexican revolutionist. It states that J: : knowleilse that. if revealal, would
left the safe
:l.-iv nothing was except anda frauds, uirn American manufacturers. A first meeting of the AntiPoverty -
a Mexican major (>f artillery wa sent' from \I make America too hot to hold son of them.It tf former magn5flt.viice. Said j'Jn1-tow
'" P.I mory a petitiun was prewnted an 1 referred from the in
the capital to Matamora, ostersibmv to in- would be prudent t'> let him :tl m{'. society Pythagoras; hal. ca
banker "Thill be lac of
Ic..5ncr : a : lioard of trade of Indianapolis, asking! that | street. Tux hall was packed to the ( "

tjvct a battery, but really to procure theassisjinat Double Murder and >* Miieide.MACUN ('ffid-cee e for a few days but thereafter I the bill appropriating *i'>.)J) for a monument 1 with men and women and they YiorowY
} ion of Martinez that two di>serters | *'
: from the Mexican ; Gn.. Feb. :'.-In Raisercounty, a in"r> will go on as they have in tha j>a"t. William Henry Harrison be pas-sed. applauded every sentence utterel by th
released from
i army were voting man went to the iio i-... of Amos rumor was current upon. the streets that The !special oonirnittc: to investigate the speaker. Th-y were the closing words of a

jail and brit+ej to nt 'mi't the murder in conjunction Crant. a colored farmer. Finding:: all quiet the ?Ietrop-litan would reorganize: in a few Reading,: strike was announced, and at 2:45 speech on the objects of the AntPavertysociety

4 with the murder of another Mexican and the house" close.!. he looked around, for days.. reduce the capital tofk to $iVOi) ), the lows ai!:'mr:1eJ.: in the course of which most of th

V and that the plot was discovered and the cause, and found the"l ly of Grant hanging pay all the ('1air.:; an 1 continue business, buts 1 well sentiments.! the doctor were
, two of the men arrested" and jiiled in .irdered at a Dance.
'ii-jntHi! from: the comptroller of .
, t Brownsville, the other escaping; to tile Mexican from a rope thrown over a j roj is'beachieved
ioist in the of the In .
house. il
> Le
rear found the
I >
i upon many ron'
side of the river. i ii .1 not to a!!,"'*" the bank to reopen, namnl Wright and Vinzant, of Smith '
Airs. Grant's bed her tlroniii
i Ixxly in hf"ll.'mshe.l the single tax oaln"alue
(<(<,!.llty. Lid been on unfriendly terms for :
di lit! 1 that strt.ient.
: Another Broken I-Flans : .nto jellsas by a club. On the floor was: the \ Dr. McGIynn said: .
'n! ; -.f Cincinnati ha-1 lfr) .' > tome time. Last night at a dance Vinzant2o.ti
> > t
; BENSON, Minn., Feb. 13.-A broken flangeon : : wife's si ter. Further over was the body of gigs 0.1 1 "We are going to get all these by voting
i ai Wright
lint a : accidently it is
> ,
, ; wheel of the of i Grant's The <1'i thp: ( ty treasuresays: teat the sup- give
a engine a Manitoba ex- fifteen-year-old son. theory ii :ed, and Wright (brew a revolver and fireden'r for them. and we must have a party t
e > secured and that not cent
"ii a
caused the : that as Grant hard ta.k master"hiwife rom''l" tobesuctta
Jrt'b.oing west, train to Il'a"ethe was a them expression. There going
chamber five bullets
) : putting through
track half a mile east of Clentarf yesterday I was about to leave: him. and that Grant, oftl. UT'IICt Li Vv-t. although the writers on
Vinzant, who amid:the shrieks of women and (1oril
, morning. George Usst of Milwaukee i frenzied by the thought of her departure '! py. to sidetrack
| : have
Thieves Get a Dose. the wildest panic, fell to the doer dead.Wright I :.e's paper
had three ribs broken and sustained intemalinjuriC'S I i took a club and brained them whole they these i- but they have (iui-raUy
HAMBTOG, Iowa, Feb. 11.-Farmers in this deliberately reloaded his pistol, cr
which will result fatally. Mrs slept and then coMimined suicide. faileit We are going to have a National
vicinity have suffered nuvh from the depredation -, fled arrest and escaped in the darkness. A
i Bemis: of Crookst, and three or four other to lioinina
convention and
are going
I 'I of hog thifvts. Saturday night, large posse has as yet failed. .to find him.
1 After the Democratic Convention.ST. .
passengers: wen hurt but none of them seri candidates for tho tad n
ously. The thermometer registered 43 degrees Loins Mo., Feb. 5-.About fifty lead- I Charles Thies&en, son of prominent stock ; In-. I, presidency. We call a (convention at a:early.
raiser received an intimation that raid Four Men Shot to Death Louisiana.
bel.w zero at the time of the acci- inv f)Rifcrat of the city held a meeting a i day.
I I was to be made on his hoot He laid in wait JEAXERETTE, La., Feb. 9.-In an alterca- shouted
t dent. n.l.1afA..noo.l to select a committee togo I "Don't let it a
C..1Ca.lu i rron and present to the Domo- for them and fired a load of buckshot at the ; tion, George Dixon was shot and killed by 0 sidetracke
enthusiast in
.: Jumped the Track and Exploded.NEW thieves A orthless character !
named Holt, Jake Marshall, colored, a deputy sheriff. S'e
t.'mtitati..1 a: committee the claims and advantages allow it be
\ don't intend to
t YORK, Feb. 13.-At Secaucus. J. killed and named RLambo t
was a man was Marshall fled and concealed himself in tbeleI
of : LOuiS the place to hold the a
::-t. as tracked the doctor,
} yesterday, a heavy freight train on the Delaware next National convention. Mayor Francis probably fatally: injured. ; corn crib where he was found with his i responded "We a
I.! was a storm of applause iu
Lackawanna & Western
railway and after consi.lerabe.di.scus..ion brother. The pair were fired upon, and the the
presided a Catching Crows fly Hand.CHATTAXOOOA 'to allow it to be made a tail DD
track t
,; jumped the and a moment later the brother and Louis ayton were almost instantly
boiler exploded. Pieces of machinery and committee of twenty-two representative Tenn., Feb. 10.-A strangeand i cratic kite, nor shall we wear crape o o
citizens, embracing prominent business men. unaccountable disease has attacked the I killed. Payton was a spectator. hats if that machine and iU preient Cef&
iron seemed to fill the air and excitement I
.. great Jake Marshall succeeded in but
oSi ehold.-rs and hotel proprietors escaping, I "
was caused in the village. How the appointed rcows in this section. They are going blind I land, shall be defeated.
with Mayor Francis as their chair- and can be caught in the hand easily. Great received fatal wounds, as was discovered Dr. McGIynn then closed already i stt
and fireman a
engineer is
escaped injury a when his dead body was found in a ditch in
will leave for Washington in repeated
! man. They a flocks of these blind birds can be I After the doctor
but neither hurt. Two brakemen seen adjournment
I mystery were, fearfully were hurt, however. Their- special car Februaiy 10. throughout the county. 1 the swamps.persons The shooting was done by unknown reporter i substance what he bad said tOtbr)

t: names are not knpwn. I met

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Cruse Tei ipIari. The men fired' simultaneously I

without effect A second exchange-1 row, and the banks firm and high it can be John A. Keith of Columbus, Ind., 1 Passenger Department.
GROWTH OF resulted in Canton being slightly wounded done with great success, and at compara- has suddenly become insane. J

r on the thigh. Honor being thus vindicated, I tively slight cost. Many of the most conservative The house committee on invalid pensions

harmony was restored, and the schism !tin the business men of the city are inter- has agreed to report favorably to the house 'I DeBARY & PEOPLE'S LINECitv r.STEA.MER.S. : p +;

NUMBER OF COTTON SPINDLES AND i order has been removed. ested in the subject, and a private companyis the bill granting a pension of $ ,ooo a yearto .

LOOMS IN THIRTEEN STATES. being talked of to put the plan in opera- Mrs. John A. Logan and to increase the BJ

__ Affray About Hogs and Dogs. tion. Both state and Federal aid will also be pension of :Mrs. A. A. Blair, widow of the : It :

ASHLAXD, Ky.t Feb. CL-News bas just asked. late Francis P. Blair, Jr., to the same I :
lncrea e of Over One Hundred Per reached here of a probable fatal affray at amount. h.
p Public Sentiment Saved Her. m .
1880-A Comparison of the Hubbardstown, W. Va., between two The friends of Noah
test. Since young ATLANTA Ga. Feb. 3.-Governor Gordon :M. Given, of St.:: I
men named Neal ,
Value of Production-Still ; and Strother. Neal was Louis, are con: 'bat of his appointment as i
regate to-day commuted the sentence of Eliza Ran
% dogging hogs :
For the future. belonging to Strother. dall who to have hanged in commissioner of the general land office. : :
Prospect Strother knocked was Clay countyon i
Rrlrbter dog off, and Neal At Evansville, hi.1., F. D. Morton, a young I
Friday to imprisonment for life. Eliza
BALTMORE, Feb. 6.-The Manufacturers1 struck him with a club. Strother in return colored man, was elected secretary of the "m _

Record has compiled, through direct reports, j knifed Neal, inflicting severe wounds in the Randall murdered her father, killing him police board. .
with All the details of the crime I .
an ax.
were .
mill in the south thigh hip, from which death will
cotton giving < James is
of every Rodpath in a .
fist very precarious con
of the bloodiest description, and not one \
location of each probably ensue. Strother made good his dition the result of Jacksonville "If
the name and and the j word of extenuation was urged in her behalf. of a paralytic stroke. I ,

number of spindles and looms In each. The j escape. Public sentiment against the infliction of Judge Matt Walton, Dr. M. T. Scott and "CAPTAIN w. A. SHAW. it

mills spindles and looms is what Tat Parker have been appointed by the t.q
number of cotton j capital puishment saved her from I .
the sooth in January, 1888, was: THE FIFTIETH CONGRESS. ho gallows. governor of Kentucky as commissioners ol Daily t rom Jacksonville (.' Saturday. '
in I I the eastern lunatic asylum at Lexington. -. "
Mil's. Spindles. Looms.
State- Effects of Hazing. .
..... ......... 'lA 11L5W 2,. :.i j Proceedings of the Legislature for the Carter Harrison is in Siam I-3: B. Plant L
Alamo I CHATTANOOGA, Tenn., Feb. 3.-A bloody Frederick :S. Lodes, of Michigan has been ,
......... .... 3 6,430 522 !I Twenty-Ninth Day. : ;r.
Florida.arkaaaesa................ 1 81U I Ieorga I In the senate petitions and memorials were fight occurred at the People's college at appointed division superintendent of railway CAPT. I. C. HALL, j1

.................5d rm,44J 9,037 presented. Among the bills reported was Pikeville, Tenn.,last night, in which William mail service, with headquarters at Cleveland "

Kent.Jcky.......... .... 5 .U50J 605 ,i one to provido for warehousing fruit brandy. Senter was dangerously stabbed by Peter 0.Barnum. Daily from Sanford except Sunday. ;

ponfsla' a............. 5 3.'i,963 ,0" ;i I A number of bills were introduced. Mr. Angel Both young men are students of the denies a current story that he has
vVrrand 2) KSJ5Q 2,9(3( college and the trouble was brought about made his
Riddleberger offered a resolutiou to consider bequeathing $10,000,000 tc I ON ST. JOHN'S RIVER.
1,2JorihCarolina. ) ,| the pending treaty between tho United States by several of the students hazing AngeL twenty-seven heirs., He says that he has

South Carolina....... :::4 248,131 5JC4 1 and Great Britain in open session. Plumb's Well Known Attorney Dead. only three heirs. '; '.

Tennessee............. SI 110,051 2,614 resolution in regard to inefficient mail ser- CHICAGO Feb. 4.-Gen. John L. Thompson CoL Mosby, of guerilla fame is now practicing I N.Jaednle-JIn 2 9, ISS7.HOCTH. s'

'fen ...... ........... 3 5m 121 I! vice in the west was debated at length. A elected of the Union- law in California. LASI'IISG NOBT1I. r '

\1rgir.a................ 13 a,'W: 2,314 1 joint resolution was agreed to proposing an League, recently club, and a well president known attorney, Governor Lounsbury, of Connecticut, has I Leave. Arrive. y '
amendment to the constitution been appointed treasurer of the National "::0 p m Jacksonville 6:30 a mLeave. I
Totr1........... .":3l 1,495,145 31,001 SO fixing April died at his home, 1,637 Indiana avenue and Republican league. 7:00 pin- Tocoi -
instead of March the for the adjournment
as day -
show an increase of over 100 at 9:30 o'clock yesterday from the effects of 1/\)() pinSr.'O l'alatka 1,0 a m
These figures of and the end of the Miss Elizabeth :Stuart Phelps is so much an '
; congress RollcstonVUkix
I the rupture of a blood vessel at the base ol p m ll:4upm I
and looms since
per cent. in spindles presidential term. At 4:15 the senate the brain. I invalid this winter that she is obliged tc 11:00: pm \\ 10:10 p m'J:10pm i #
1880. The mills now under construction and indoors 12:00 m dtJ'J5 Georgetown t
went into executive session, and at 4:45 p. m. stay very closely in her Andover .
those for which the money has been securedand home. a, ia Volusia! 1:1.plu
work will be adjourned.In Too Much Circus Talk. .'::0 a iu Astor 7:10 p in ( ,
which shortly commenced -
upon the house, two members were added to 4:45 am DelJtiul Landing 5.00 p m
and the additions to the plants of ST.:: Louis, Feb. 10.-An unprovoked mur- Casualties.
the committte 5:30 a m Blue Spring 4:15 put ,
on printing to aid in conduct- lt
old mills will require, as shown by the reports -I ing the investigation into,the administration der :is reported from Waco Tex. Bert A terrible gas explosion at Plymouth, Pa., Arrive. .

242,000 spindles and 4,800 looms. Thus Andrews, eighteen years of age, an attacheof killed Daniel Reese and four others were 8:iiO am- Enterprise 2.30pm ;
of the government printing office. A bill Doris & Colvin's circus laid tI:Ot) a 111 Sanford, City Wharf 1:.0 p m
end of 1888 the south will have in was over at fatally burned.
by the operation was passed authorizing the construction of a ':30 a m Sanford S. F. it. K. 1::41 p m
about 1,730,000 spindles and 38,800 that; place by sickness, and on regaining Miss Etta Shattuck, a school teacher in l

looms. The increase of over 100 per cent. bridge Mo. A across the Missouri river at Jefferson, strength obtained work by chopping wood in Holt county, Nebraska, was so badly frozen I COSNKCTIOS.S Tocoi j ith St Johns Railroad; ', tat
the interstate
in spindles and looms is especially noticeablewhen requesting the suburbs. In a quarrel with a young that both legs were amputated. I'aUtka with Florida Southern Railway;at Holies- i ,

it is remembered that the increase in commerce commission to investigate the farmer, George Blankenship, the acrobat The crew of the Mary Tebbets were pickedup ton with t. John's and Halifax Kiver Railroad; .
strike from the with St Johns and lake Eustis llailway
Reading was reported com- at Astor ;
the the used circus language pretty freely, and the by an Italian brig and taken to in sat
the balance of country during same committee. A bill a port DeLand Loading with DeLand and St. Johns
merce was reported requiring -
time was only 20 per cent. farmer retired. Andrews esunied work, Portugal. The vessel had foundered. Railroad; at Blue Spring with B. S., O. C. and A. t '

The reports from the southern cotton mills land grant roads to construct independent but a few minutes later dropped dead with a Frank Albright, a young man of Wabash, lUilway: ; at Enterprise with A. C.t.; J. fc I It .! "ti
telegraph lines. The bills granting 1'uilroad, for Titnsville; at Sanford with trains of \
of buckshot in his back. Blanken-
show that the aggregate value of the product pensions to the widows of Gens. Logan and charge Ind., acidentally shot himself through the the S. F. 1: i1ro"t tor Tampa; at Tampa with the ",
in 1887 was $- .' ,000,000, against $21,500- Blair and tho ship told John Garrison of the affair and head. while hunting, and died from the ef steamer )MAUGAltET of the Menmship Line, I '
were reporC&d put on private
then skipped the country. fects. for I'ointt on Tampa Bay and Manatee laver; also
(000)in 1880.
calendar. Bills for the erection
were passed with the Plant Steamship Line steamships'
The Record says the best possible proof of j of public buildings at Greenville, S. C., and Chattanooga Improving. Dennis Clifford and wife, an aged and dis- OLIVETTE and MA>COTTE for Key West and

the advantages; of the south for cotton man- Portsmouth, 0., the latter to cost $(jOOO. CHATTANOOGA, Tenn., Feb. 9.-Fifty milesof solute couple, were incinerated in the flames Ha van* every Monday and Thursday arming at l'
that destroyed their house Tawas Went Tuesday and Friday, and Havana Wednesday
ufacturing is the experience of those in the near City, Key .
Wilkins had his banking bill postponed, sidewalk must be laid this year. So says Michigan and Saturday. lU-turui", leaves Havana
business and this experience is best shown in as the regular order for two weeks. At 3:20(] the city council All parties owning property every Wednesday and Saturday. _
the constant enlargements of mills in The department of state has been notified
operation p. in. the house adjourned. that has not already sidewalks will re-
All the south old mills that two Americans, J. Offer and S. W. Jacobs C. HALE
through are enlarging *
ceive notice to lay it within sixty days.Chicago lit-neral Passenger Agent, Denary LineW.
and putting in new machinery. Thirtieth Day. were killed by Apaches in the Districtof

:Mexico. M DAVIDSON,
In the senate adverse madeon Has llluze.
an report was a Line.
GENOA TRAIN ROBBERS. I the bill to open an overland route between CHICAGO, :Feb. 13.-Tho four story and George Moody, of Terre Haute, Ind., fell General Traffic Agent People's

Barrows Ift.ltllu S7.5OO Hall While Brock I 'the United States, Asiatic Russia and Japan. basement brick building at 103; 10. and 107 killed.between the cars at Knightsvillo and wad ---

Bills were reported for an inspection of West Monroe street was gutted by
Goes Out on 1750. Allen Debolt while Geo. E. Chase
meats for exportation and increasing the fire at 10 o'clock last night 1 he buildingwas hunting near ,
Sr. Louis, Feb. 3.-In the preliminary examination I Thornton Ind. his
pension of soldiers find sailors who have lost occupied by E. T. Harris Company, gun exploded, from whichhe .
of L. W. Brock and Jim Burrows, received a fatal wound.A .
both hands Among the bills introduced artistic metal and bronze workers, and
at Texarkana: Brock made a confession of loss of life is
great reported to have beencaused
was a service pension measure by Mr. Cameron Winslow Brothers & Company's architectural -
the train robbery at Genoa, December 9. He slides the ChandlerJ
by snow on Canadian Pa- Ship
fixing tho rate at a cent a day for the iron works. I.SIt'will aggregate about
said Rube ami Jim Burrows caused the engineer .
time served, the amount to be paid monthly. *r>0,000; insurance about $ '),iJ\.)(). cific.A
to the train to and under burst wheel killed
bring:: a stop, emery Charles Heniinespher -
At 4:30 o'clock an executive session was ordered -0' .
the instruction of HoLe Burrows, who was at Chicago.
Premature Kxplo.siou of IJlust.CHATTANOOGA .
an.lhalf hour after the senate ad- a
the leader of the he entered the an Boat :nul'c!' lc Supplies, all kinds
gang, expresscar
journed.In Tenn,, Feb. I.-rhilj Cable Blocks
Sparks. Patent Anchors, Chains, ,
and there met three men whom he intim-
I the house a memorial was presented blasting near South Pittsburg yesterday, a John L. Sullivan has issued a challenge Canvass, (Galvanized Wire '
idated with six-shooter and
handing a bag
I praying that pensions be granted to those premature explosion of dynamite instantly which Jem Smith will either have to acceptor I hope, all sizes, Tcnis,
to of them him
to the
one compelled put engaged in the life-saving service. A joint killed James and Ludwig Williams, brothers, lose all claims to being a fighter. Spruce Ladders, .4
contents of tho safe in the He I
money bag. 'resolution was passed ordering:: 14,000 thousand the contractors, and terribly mangled five Efforts are being made by tho governmentof tippet Paints, pal's, 1-:: pal's, qts. ,

put about $2,800 in money and 0,000 other : additional copies of the report on wool workmen, one cf whom, Justice Meeks, will Guadaloupe to have Pointe-a-Pitre made a Spar Varnish, al's, 1-2 al's,qts, })ts.
valuable in the bag, missing a package of
\ from the bureau of statistics. A bill extending die. port of call for sailing vessels. Oils and Leads, all kinds.
aboutti)0t then started for the mail .
the leave of absence to government :Mr.: and Mrs William E. Gladstone will r. w. DEVOE .. ('0':; IE.DYIIXED: PAIXTS
car, but on advice t.) L', \-- the mail alone he I 41
turned printing olli.-v employes to thirty days was NEWS IN A NUTSHELL. celebrate their golden wedding July 25, IXS'J. In fact aeytLinlor Bnildin or Sailiug boats.
l'Kissed. The Heading strike resolution was Sir Arthur Sullivan's illness is the result of
The three started out on foot for Tex- I coivMered. Au Fresh, tt'i.t ilcanin.,s of nt>rent Noteworthy SEarl'M UIocU, 9O East ]lay st.,
investigation by special hard work and
; high living.
and the divided
arkana, ou way booty,
and };,'ents.
committee of five ordered and the Ilapieuiogs
I was
J.LcisoN3lLILI:. rI. .'.
SX J.bout -
his share being: $ two miles from Labor Notes.
house, ut&lUp. m., adjourned. A steamer arrived at San Francisco from
Texarkana they were ordered to halt by a with T. V. denies Dr.
Japan smallpox on hoard. She was Powderly McGlynn's

party, who immediately began firing on Thirty-First: Day.: \ quai antiued. statement that ho had sent an ambassador or {. !I. SCOTT,
them, and they returned the fire as they lied.
In the senate, unimportant bills were re The design submitted by Bruno Schmitz, money to Rome.
In the fight they threw away their blickers. Irtl'l.a11l1 others introduced. The special I of Berlin, has been accepted by the Indiana Nineteen out of the forty-three furnaces in EA TI'IXH.1IUnUESSIXH

the clew which led to their arrest. An hour committee the Pacific railroad the of Pa.. have
on was an- Soldiers' Monument commission. The work vicinity Reading, gone out SALOOX.If
later the party again came together, and nounced. The rcMilutioii m regard to theinutlieL'imey I i.s to cost r2'JJoJr). of blast since the inaguration of tho strike. .

they struck across the country away from of postal service in the west and The Ohio Patriot, at New Lisbon, is in its
The Fire Record.
Texarkana. south n a* discussed. Mr. lti,h1b4s rger tried eightieth; year, and the Steubenville you want a clean anil easy shave,
The fireman, J. S. Craven recognized Bur- Bevingtoa Signal works, at Fostoria, O.5
to consideration of the British ]barber
secure treaty Herald has just entered upon its eightythirdyear. ; As clean as ever Rave,
rows as the robber whose mask slipJ.'IetotI as I went in a fine display of pyrotechnics.
in open session, but failed. At p. in. Mr. The State Journal was established in up Just call on me at my saloon,
he entered the engine cab. Both men were The Alhambra house, at Dennison,
Kcnna replied to tho tariff speech of :Mr. ]t'll."Count". At morning, eve, or afternoon.
bound over in $.,5W hail. Burrows waived Hhl'rman.lr.. Sherman answered and Mr. 0., was destroyed by fire.
Do Wolfe has been
sentenced hair with
I'll anti comb
cut graceTo
examination. The chamber of commerce at Peoria, Ill, your
It .t>=nu tollowvd. The motion to i over tho from Wilkesbarre, Pa., to eighteen face
Jim Burrow,, the Genoa (Ark.) train robber went without action. I was partially destroyed by fire. Milt the contour of your ;
president's over
message mouths in the penitentiary.
has been taken from Texarkana to Lit- To you I'll give a good ,shampoo,
Mr. Stewart the Blair bill awl
spoke on Over two hundred bolus, calling for '
appropriatioiia The of which is known to few.
tle art
Rock for safe in the .
keeping nitt'ntiarythere.
j Senator Call obtained the floor. At 4:10 p. aggregating; twenty-eight millions, !'oilif.il Pointer 1

he having failed to secure r 7,500 bail m.. the senate adjourned until Monday. have tern introduced in congress.Tho ; ;. Governor Foraker, of OJS., has signified My .cisor'sharp, my razor's keen, .

Brock, the informer, was release on $750 i In the house bills was passed amending the jury in the Indianapolis tally-sheet his willingness: to a'-ct>i>t tiie ixxiition of delegate My shop is a ways neat and clean,

bond, and the readiness with which two statutes to provide that no publications that cast-s brought; ia a verdict convicting! Coy at-'arge: to the National convention, \)111 everything I'm sure you'll find, ,.

prominent merchants of Texarkana came forward are but books or parts of books, in whole or nul HI.-;':.h.1Jll'r and acquitting; .lattler.I and to lv ill the Sherman support. To mit'the taste and please the miml.

and as security for a supposed stranger, in part, bound or unbound, shall be admitted CLarkCrecelius, living near Boston, Ind., Minnesota a state league; of Republicanclubs. And now to all who patronize intend
the small of the bail
has surprisingly amount to tho mail as second class matter. Also a I u ho deserted his wife and eloped with an- Just come along and bring your friend*,

Texarkana given much strength to the rumor at bill regulating the construction of bridges oth.-r woman, was taken out by White Caps, Henry George: says ho is oiosed to a third And 1 I assure, ; you I will try
that Brock is Pinkerton detective
a across the Muskingum river, in Ohio. Sujvl-iy night, and given fifty lashes on the presidential 1ltuf}" us long; as tho Democratic My best to satisfy: may7Sick -
who was delegated some time ago to join Speeches \\"l'rl.lII'lle by Messrs. Barry, of I !Uuv ick. party tll.l president continue to favor very

the robber band and betray them. Ho departed Mississippi, and Cooper, of Ohio, on the As James F. Rule, city editor of the Knox- tree trad1 i ?.

for Dallas immediately after being White-Lo\vry contested election case, and vilie T nn. Journal, was entering church :Many Indiana Democrats are 01,, .1 in their

liberated. the mutter went over until to-morrow. The with his wife he was as""i jlted by John West, expression of the wish to see Hill nominated '

KNIGHTS AND THE POPE. house at 4:45 p. m. adjourned. William Wt%t and a man named Goodman instead of Cleveland.It 1ittn nlllt.

l Jr. I and in th_ luht that l'::".-.I.e.1 John West was is said at Chicago: that a secret i*>htical < !
McGlynn Says Positively That Mr.Popdcrly DARK LOW GRADE TOBACCO. t
Corner II shot through tho body: Goo.liaaa was society has LH!-;I organized; to d'ft.'ateJames f Qi r \
Sent to Koine.
< an uiUsary
Louisville Operators Trying to Get a wounded in thshoulder and hale received a G. Llaitie bfwe the Republican National : i.

NEW YC.US, Feb. 3.-Mr.: T. V. Powderly in it. ball through tha wrist, was cut in the back convention on tiwount of the Catholic pro- Fe i "'fO ?!r Lr Jin:
yesterday sent tho following telegram; to the clivitie of hi* relatives, and tot; Walter
s.ven times and bullet his
Herald CHATTANOOGA, Tenn., Feb. C.-A number a grazed scalp. ,. ,
: Q. Grcs'iam: will be pushod I'l" lue nomina ,':1 111-rite"I.I'; :: \'tI'oJC\j"Soo
TI'l'ml nlnui"olume of .ia..rg
"Dr. of tobacco buyers are in the city on their gasis coming ,
MeUly nu's statement that I sent an I tion. t t'I ', un1: J,::.,.'e!e-a:
ambassador to Rome is utterly false. I sent way south. They are just from the sales on through; a hol in II. E. Bucklaa's farm, at

no money or ambassador; there." I the tobacco xehnn
A reporter visited Dr. :McGlynn at the and are going further south for business as Coun. Clerk Sullivan accused Judge; Thirty minim l."ulplJ"'itilrs on the Philadelphia Costiveness Rheumatism -

rooms of the Anti-Poverty society on I well as plea,-ure. They say there is a perfect Claypuol, counsel in the!: Indianapolis tallysheet Itom struck because the paper decline Dyspepsia, ,

Cooper's institute last night. After reading furore in Kentucky over tobacco, and the j ji Cases. of calling; him bad names, and *! recognize: the union. I Sallow Skin and Piles.

Mr. Powderly's pat.eh the doctor said i acreage next y-ar will be unprecedented j empln-i/e 1 his nccu-ation by spitting ii: the I The Amalgamated; as.sointioa men employed for 'bee

quietly: i Every available foot of land is being; en- I face of the ju-l.;e and following it up with a in tlw: Riversil'i iron mill at Wheeling I Summon no tlUeaHCH better than remedy Tutt'H, Liver:.

"I shall not quibble with Mr. Powderly ;gaged, and people are paying: as high as $ill j jaa ringing: 11'\. have b-tn ordered to !strike because the I'lllsi an a trial ill prove l-rlce,2o ci -

about the word 'ambassador,' ant, of course, j ; acre for rent on good field A representative -; Eight rtHi i i-ivits have teen prepared askiiij cvmpaiiy rtfus.-d to vm,.-titute their *cal for i Everywhere.

I have not said that Mr. Powderly's emissary; i of the LorillarJs, Mr. Jacob Spalding for a new tri-'d for Coy and Bemharner, the those c-f the!: Knights of Labor signed;:; a few Sold

tad audience of the pope himself, but I have \, says: convicted t..illsl1l.>et forgers at Indianapo- days JW.O.

imply| to repeat my assertion that I know I I! Spain has r'utlboubt 4.000 hogs- !e! lis. John A. Mickey, supreme marshal of the %()TICC.

positively that such an emissary was sent to j heads of lugs; in New York, which leaves her |i Lewis Swith, a sawmill man near BlonmiiVton. Catholic Mutual benefit association, died

Koaie>and went there for Mr. Powderly or j 1,000 short of List: years requirements, with lu-L, was attacked by an employe Monday at Detroit, Mich., of pneumonia, Whereas it appears that the scalp

for the order, and that money to defray at j l".nuo hogyb-ads: for the wants of 1*-'. The 'I' who dealt him a blow in the Lead \. .:h a I after an ilhit-ss o: two days. bounties paid by this Board up to date

least a part of his expenses was asked of the I New York warehouses are about empty and handspike, which it is thought will prove j i iI An agreement has been reached which I has stimulated persons from other coun-

general! assembly of the Knights of Labor at the purchases made at Clarksville, were for I fatal 'I''I'i I>r./tiisc* f> pas an aid to the lockout of ties to hunt in revard as a business

Minneapolis. immediate shipments." i. The supreme court of Wisconsin, in an n"m'l"- in Ciml: 'inmlati.: and that it is calculated to encourage

AU I I..ouisvilleperators are making: every elaborate opinion, has held that the legislature CaitoM, 0., min'-rs the number II? 1,000 I neglect;: of more useful pursuits at home I

Allt'geor er Escapes. I effort to get all the dark low grades in a few I did not contemplate: extend the same 'I II Lav ,gfiH.on a strike. by our own citizens,
JACKSONVILLE, Fla., Feb. 3.-George Hay- suffrage to females tile males but : .. I
wood hands and are credited with the, purchase I enjoy, j I 7i v ?-iriiii.iSiis v ,-ir' x at ; n'"innati And whereas the monthly amount of

woe Carpenter, ex-president of the Brook- within a week of nearly all the stock in Pa- .hat female votingvas restricted to school hjiv' 5nvi' "'iMrii'-'M tu i-.:trn : -rrtc by assuming proportion

Knitting company, of New York, who ducah, Hopkinsviile and Nashville Clarksville I matters only. j the 1)i i-.tnci A.w :11..*..'.. M> ,' : ma-a bounties paid is : a fin

the wanted in that city for alleged forgery to is the great market for this grade of i Dr. McGlynn and Henry George are not in | "'" UC)', ull.1 t .. 11.K.J':: l ,.... .,1 .... ..,. calculated to embarrass the county that such

--00 amount of from $40,000 to fiO,000, and + tobacco, but the supply is getting low. accord on the tariff question. j ances when it is considered

has been in custody here for the past j i I Miss Grace Smith, of Plainfield, Ind., fell "j I A Lover of Candor. jin expense was unlooked for and not

week awaiting extradition papers from New CHATTANOOGA'S SCHEME. in a fainting fit on a hot stove, and was J provided' against: by unnecessary tax assessments -

York has escaped and fled for parts un- i I I burned so badly as to cause her death soon I II !j Irnj>ecunious 'Ian-I wish you would be and collections,
known Sheriff Holland They Want to Dam the Tennessee as a I so kind as to lend me io3. I'llay you that wild .trIP
did not confine I | after. j. And whereas it is probable
Center in the county jail, but kept him in \ Protection From Floods. '] They say the tariff reform bill will be j!i iI. back in a few days. Candid Friend-If you cats are better endured than spared because 1

private room under two officers. I CHATTANOOGA, Tenn.,. Feb. d-The subject ready to fire off in about three weeks. j had asked me for the loan in a candid and of their destruction of rabbits,

t night he eluded hffof and mado I of a levee for Chattanooga is a matterof I. Epidemic pneumonia and black measles I'iI j straightforward manner I would have lent I vermin and other enemiesto

hIs escape. I serious contemplation just now. The I are afflicting the people of Montpelier, Ind. j| you the money, but asking me in the way you rats, reptiles, in warm climate like ours,
: did causes me to distrust you "I doss under vegetation a
the constant
greatest objections are .
A Duel of J1&son. that from and after
or- Louis Feb. t-A duel between ErmilioCanton from overflow and a sufficient supply of I PersonaL I stand you." "You asked me to be so kind Therefore,
water for navigation in the dry season. A I The secretary of the treasury has awardeda as to lend you $5." "Yes." "If you had this date no more bounties be paid

Jean Toledo, a 33 degree Mason, and Gen. plan which meets with great favor is being I silver medal to Capt. C. W. Johnson, of 1 been candid you would have said to me: 'Be for wild cat scalps by thi Board, and
a is
prominent Templar, rePorted Winneconne Wis. for services II so stupid be such that this order be published in
from the City of Mexico. It discussed vigorously at present. It contemplates rendered in I an Ignominious ass, sucha further

out of a quarrel between the Scottish grew Rite the damming of the Tennessee I saving lives during the past two years. hopeless idiot as to lend me $5,' and the county newspaper for four weeks.

damns and the Templars Canton as editor I' river at headwaters and at Muscle Shoals.It Speaker and Mrs. Carlisle are at Fortress i I i'I you might have got it."Texas Siftings. Ordered Feb 6th in open Board.

ct the Urges Qf tfca tanner having criticised i fa claimed that as the river there is nar Monroe ,



r Bucklen's Arnica Salve. I MALABAR CIGAR FACTORYII.
THE FLORIDA STAR. I St. Taleiitlnc'N Fair in Tlttisville. E:mthusiastically applauded.The I ,
The best salve in the world for cuts,
card for the
following is the menu II. C. Starck Proprietor.
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever I
PCBLISIIED EVERY Tllrn DAY. The Fancy Fair and Bazaar washeld, as ]regular supper which was served to the sores, tetter chapped hands, chilblains, I Manufacturer of fine Havana

announced, on. Monday and Tuesday, ]arge crowds that visited the Fair: corns and all skin eruptions, and posi- I Cigars. Trade supplied: and IWmestic
Editor ant Pnlsier. 1 with fine
ELLIS and proved to have been quite a success Mtat: tively cures piles, or no pay required.It : hand made pood*. Orders promptly fill* .
satisfaction -
chicken duck ham, tongue, is guaranteed to give perfect Factory at Malabar, Fla.
$t.iO ICrl1l1nln. both financially and otherwise. The Turkey, or money refunded. Price 25 cents I :!3i

fair was held for the benefit of the pro- I ]roast beet, pressed beef. box. For sale by all drug stores in

Entered at the Post Office at Titusville at posed new St. John's Episcopal Church, Salads: per Titusville and on Indian River. i 5,000 Budded Trees For 1ili]

Second-Clou Matter. and we have no doubt a good round sum I Chicken, lobster, salmon, cold ham, I At Low Prices.!

collected for the building fund of :palmetto cabbage. i in
.\ SQUARE Is one Inch In space; 24 squares was 60,000 Nursery.Apply .

make a column. this church. Bread : to W. H. SHARPE,
. For advertising rates enquire of the Editor Rolls bread biscuit ham sandwiches,
Promptly at noon, Monday, the doorsof ,
=: City Point
alwaysenclosing atwo cent stamp. < tx> rgtdQ FNEWSPAPER .
the commodious "Exchange" were tongue sandwiches. m

TilE STAR is the OFFICIAL newspaperfor opened to the public and the visitors as Relishes: l ... td =:r S H .... :K 1U I.L\.X'S

Brevard county. __ they entered could only be astonished at Tomatoes, stuffed eggs, guava jelly, tx>
q S
the attractiveness of the display and decorations pickles, orange and palmetto honey. S E't 0' o j SUBSCRIPTION AGESCI
rotra'l on fllo at ties 0 0pJO
Tnaytxs I I
THIS P APER K fio well&. Co's Newspaper of the different departments.On Oysters : c+ < p o TIlE PIONEER ACiEXCY.
Sf.> whp"* dI"l1"3contract
Bureau lOSpmce
Advertising*may lie made lot It IXIV KW IO11K. the left, on entering, were St.Valentine's Stewed, raw, fried, pickled. i' t:$ IIj
J'q and
0CD For terms sample
-- --- post office and the commodious There was also tea and coffee, ice cream, """'

'The Star has the Largest circulationof lunch counter, which was most tastefully cake and lemon. t:$ 0 c S+ $. pJ pJ ,
any paper on the East coast of Fla. decorated by Mrs. Restall. The The Fair has proved a great success: in J+ tJj CD gtz.1 0 I Haulover P. O., Brevard county, Fla.

lunch counter, as well as the tables in every detail ; it was liberally patronizedby :: t:$ CD CDj -
and Saturday evenings at Ulc FOR SALE.
Friday the center of the the room, were presidedover our citizens, and the amount realizedis -i
Wager's Hall the famous Templeton is + t-3. tvpJ 0s:1 Land on Banana River in
by Mrs. Pritchard, Mrs. Gaul en something like $350. It thoughtnow I-'t quantities
Opera Co. will play the comic operas, assisted that the of the church will Ul d ) to suit.
and Mrs. Restall, and were ably building :$
"Mikado and "Mascotte." This company : Ul 8t by Mrs. Tyler, Mrs. Ronald and Miss i be proceeded with without delay, and all S. CD : "
consists of twenty-two persons, and ; 0 CD ti t......:. 7 njD Young Oranges, all sizes and prices, ia
Tyler. Too much praise cannot be be- honor is due to the ladies who inaugur- ....... t-r4 t-1 CD

with them they bring scenery for their stowed upon the three presiding ladies ated and carried through the affair suc- jS g tn Ul quantity. Sour Stock.
Boats of
Every one can rest assurred that m Four Sail different capaciti
plays. and their able and willing assistants in cessfully.The Ul CD ....... t:$
the entertainment will be first-class in ... 0 Ul ....... One Ducking Boat.
this department. For the entire time whole affair was under the man Jd p CD >
Reserved seats are on 0 ALSO,
every respect. the Fair was these ladies worked agement of Mrs. Happoldt, who, with the < O
sale at the store of J. Birnbaum at $1.00 open p... Ul CD =:r c+" BOATS, to Let by day or longer term.
and the returns for assistance of those heretofore mentioned,
most indefatigably,
each. As the house will be crowded, o s:1 &. ( =:rt1 Enquire of
their work forms a large portion of the worked with a will to make the Fair and -i 0 pJc on i n\J. 1 b"V L.. J' ,.
should seats early. ....,
secure +
you full amount realized. Bazaar what it was-a decided success. a. Titusville, Jan. 1, '88.
td CD .
OXE of our old 8ub'5criberin writing Next, on the left, was the bazaar of I (JQ + t-1 a ITIt1 - -

us, says: "Enclosed find $2.00. Please fancy work under the charge of Miss Prices of 'Vegetables.PHILADELPHIA : + E:0: L.l.J :T. v=: sDELMOMOO

give me credit for same on subscription Lelu Pritchard and Miss Do Cantillon Feb. 10th, 1888. CT W IS.-"
& ..
account to FLORIDA STAR. From its Ronald. This was the most attractive Editor of the Florida Star: t pJ .. : HOTEL

. columns I find there must have been a stall, to the eye, in the building. This Dear Sir-About a, dozen boxes of r'Ul P g t-1 P ....... ,,

great change in Titusville since I began display consisted of numerous articles of 't CD ffi < P COSr COAOA. DlA RIVER. FLA.Nrwly .
beans in yesterday sold at $1. They "
. {
" the seven ladies' handiwork of which were of H
take some years ago. many
to paper
I Furnished Ioowo. COCK Table
came Merritt's Island. A few tomatoes 9 CD r *3 p
We like to receive such letters-who rare design and exquisitely made. We
also sold at $4. Cabbage in demand at
would not ? There is nothing that learn from Miss Pritchard that the pro- Terms 82 per Day.
$3.50 and $1 box plants, $1.50
; egg
touches the newspaper man's heart like ceeds from this department amounted to Special rates by the week or xnoiitb.
per dozen ; hot house cukes, $2 to $3: per
kind word two but they are generally over $100.
a or ; dozen ; strawberries, ;."-c. to $1 per __ __ h __ ________ _________ WJI. JAIIVIS, i'rop'r.
like angel's yi-its-few and far between .\ fancy department came next under
them all :\[Mackenzie quart. Weather very cold-10 above CARDS. The Al'tfwtf Home to Steamboat Jizndi ,.
but then we appreciate the management of :
; zero this morning, with a heavy northwest ............... -
who lived ina
the including the woman
: more.
wind and snow. L. A. GIXGKAS,
.I I. shoe," etc. Security Mutual BellefilSOCIETY

WILL the Sanford Aryus-Alliance please At the rear of the long building was Yours truly, 1
i issue B. F. IVES & Co.acltlcig ATT'HT-LAtf' AND NOTARY PUBLIC
in its -
it to publish,
explain how came the Dutch Market, presided over by Miss ..

of the 9th inst., an article as original Carrie Gruber, who exhibited more thanan Hock Ledge, Florida.
His State.
:: :: ;
editorial twitter which appeared in the unusual interest in the success; of this --
of December 29th!) From the Washington Critic. McCKORY, OF
columns of the STAR department: and to whom a great deal of J.

with an alteration of about two words? : credit is due ; nl-o to the aMtanKThi. Congressman Dougherty, of Florida, is ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, NEW YO 111(.

If the editor of the .l.-.l. deemed it .-. was, also, a leading feature of the a firm believer in the superior attractions ,

worthy to "fill up" ought it not to be Fair, for here were oi! red fur sale vegetables of his State, as the following true story I Miami, Dade County, Florida. No. 23. Broadway. N. Y.

worthy of proper credit. We have not fruits meats fresh straw- will testify : I' Taxes for non-residents paid. Titles COST.
examined and Abstracts furnished, haying :-
the slighcst objection to anything being I On one ('ca'iOlssachu5etts man
berries, tin ware, etc. jim completed an Abstract of the
. I. copied, by other newspapers, out of the On the right side of the hall, on enter- was his: guest, and the Congressman took Records of Dade Countv.L. SFNI FOR CIRCULARS.

columns of the STAR but we labor under ing, was the Pink Table of Mrs. Brown, him around, :showing him the charms ---

the impression: that we are entitled who made a decided success of the fancy nature had so lavishly bestowed upon the Do GAULDEN, Opened for the Season.

I! to just a little credit when such a courseis cakes, etc. She was! aided by Mr. Brown, favored section. rzlrA man who is: interested in his: own

followed. who attended to the serving of the ice "See," said Colonel Dougherty, rapturously ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, welfare will be pleaded to know that

i I WE welcome our exchanges this cream, which was in great demand, notwithstanding "the beautiful flowers, the luscious Titusville, ,, Florida. ANDREW GIBSON
among the cool weather. Mrs. fruits, the soft blue sky, the birds of bril-
week the initial number of Public Spirit, : & WILLIAMS, Keeps the finest'oysters to be found) in
liant the
started I Brown was the fortunate finder-but not plumage, gentle JONES
a new 5-column folio paper just land." Titus, *'illc,
the owner-of the gold wedding ring,
and Andrews.
Messrs. King Attorneys-aI-Letts.
'1 at Cocoa by which she discovered in the last piece of "Oh, yes, I see," replied the practical AND SERVED IN STYLE ;TO SUIT 1'ATKOXs.Plain .
in their
The publishers, as expressed Titusville, Florida.
Yankee slapping his face and hands- -0-
the examined the
cake on plate.'e :
hit in not
editorial, have a tryingto onlfr.JJftier's .
named "I see ; but these infernal mosquitoes and Fancy Cake made to
and think the
print a "blanket sheet." The cost ring, gentleman GEO. )[. ROBBINS, rend hrnd.
ruin the prospect. ahray* on
Mrs. Brown the should feel
by as owner,
and time generally expended on a large dear sir Also first-class Barber hop attached.Meals : .
proud of it. "Why, my expostulated ATTORNEY-AT-LAW a
breaks them ere they .
paper frequently at all hours from 5a.m. to lip is
Dougherty, are no mosquitoeshere
able to weather their first annual. The Gypsy Tent was ably presidedover Parties irn to leave on morning uiau
are You are totally mistaken-you TITUSVILLE, :FLA. boats and hacks: will please note thl .
Mrs. G. M. Robbing assisted i by
1, The new 1'ublicspirit is newsy and crisp, by : "

and it should be generously supportedby Miss Sophie Fischer. It was a great at- only think so. TT ATKINSON, PIONEER COOPERAGESyrup
The visitor would not be persuaded,
I the citizens of C.ucoa.r.. Andrews traction for the young men during the .
j however, and after an argument empha- Barrels $2.25.
writer first evening. On the following eveningthe
. 1 is a versatile and interesting as JUSTICE OF THE PEACEFor
sized by slap, he accepted a bet of fifty cents extra.
to order ton
and with the aid of the program in the! tent was a thrilling Gauged
; well speaker, tableaux entitled the "Babes in the dollars from his hot that he (the hot) the Second Ju-tice District of Bre- Wheelwrighting and Repairing.
will Cocoa an interesting -
{ excellent "local give yard county ; Court days, third Mondayof
would take off all! his clothes and lie on
which Mrs. M. P.
Wood in
journal. Robbins each month.a.EORE C. O. 3*.
f Mrs. Mussemlen, Mr. and Mrs. G. M. his face in the sand for ten minutes and I
Ix several of our South Florida exchanges be disturbed the Honey barrels and Oval Water Breaker
not by mosquitoes, nor
+ Robbins, and lat, but not least, Master V. HONKER. from 82.00 up.
we notice articles in relation to Person l'addi on\l1 took a part. It was show the slightest! sign of discomfort.The .

the recent improvement of the depth of the chief attraction of the evening, and Congressman peeled down to the JnsllcB of the Peace and Surveyor. Tanksand

water at Smyrna: bar, and the direct one of our staff who viewed the babes" skin, prostrated himself, and the visitor all kinds of Cooi'Ei: WORK to order

cause for this i* thought to be the open- little stood over him holding a watch with one Can furnish the highest testimonials fromSiuveyorJieneral T. JOSI.VSO.V: ,
says they were highly amusing of Dakota as to competency
ing of the Haulover canal, which the creatures and caused great fun-especially hand and fighting the pests with the other. as r. S. DKl'UTY sUUVEYOIi LaG range, : : FloriJa-
of public lamN. Terms for tlelcl work,platting -' -
Sanford Argus-Alliance says probably when Mrs. Mu "' ndcn clapped her For five, six, seven minutes, Dougherty and alllanol calculations, $). per lay or any : -

caused by the current of the Gulf stream hands. lay there, covered with mosquitoes, part ol a day! ami expenses). FLOU1DA.paiil.WAVKLANI ROCK LEDGE

flowing north, and coming into doe Rebecca at the Well," presided over but betraying not the slightest emotion. ,

contact with the coast at Jupiter and In- Miss Decker The visitor; by this time, thought he was T JOHNSON: COCKSHUTT.
by wavery prettily arranged Indian River, Florida,
dian River inlets. near the gypsy: tent, and here going to lo e his fifty, and with great sagacity -

Brother Argu Alliance we blush for l lemonade was drawn from a dainty well took a stm-glas from his pocketand Justice of the Peace,

.. you Jut think of the magnificent built up of coquina rock and neatly trim- focused the rays on the Congress And Notary Public,State-at-Large. Court Winter Homes etc.

t Gulf stream coming in at Indian River med with evergreens. Mrs. Decker also man's back. day 1st Saturday of month.LaGrange,Fla. ,

i inlet and flowing north through the Indian kindly assisted at the well. For a quarter of a minute Doughertynever Building Lots centrally locatedin

River Narrows and the shallow I B. BURCHFIELD,
I Miss Gibson's Fish Pond was an amu flinched, then he began to squirm. R.

l Haulover canal, which is not six feet ing feature, and was well patronized both The Yankee kept perfectly still. In three- Rock Ledqe,

deep, while you say it is fifty, and then by the young and old. quarters of a minute Dougherty was con- COUNTY SURVEYOR.Orders With or without Orange Trees. Four o1ce dIlre

proceeding north and cutting out the bar The Misses Egger had charge of the torting like a man in agony, and stretch by mail will receive as prompt minutes'and Hotels.walk from Also Stores other, Post land*. .
Mosquito inlet. o-'OuaI( all entirely hand the visitor attention's calls in the owner,
: Fortune Bag, from which the young men ing back one appealingly to person.Address Call on or address

; I wrong. The Haulovercanal current, if he cried out. : Georgiana, Fla. Ledge, Fa'
drew their fortunes which were: read to S. RYDER, Rock
it has has no influence on the Mos. if 'ou'l1let kill that
any them by the young ladies in charge. "Say, Boston, ) me NO AGENTS.Important .

quito inlet. That inlet is affected only This was the place to find the young infernal yellow-jacket, I'll go you fifty g. F. GRAY. ----

by the tides and the head of fresh water dollars more on the mosquitoes I"! -

from the Halifax and Hillsborough men at. Watch Maker and Jeweller.ALL to All!
\\ must not forget to mention Mr. hills'
rivers. The Haulover canal is fillingup The County Commissioners of WOUK WAUKAXTED.
Howell Titus, who worked like a Trojanin
rapidly, Brother Breeze, and scarcely various departments during the Fair. borough have appropriated $500 for an Shop at John M. Dison's Drug, Store,Titusville, FlaJJ

i three feet of water now mark the vast exhibit at the Sub-Tropical.
Colonel Gaulden, Mr. G. )[. Robbins,
' and extensive work (?) done by the T. REDDING in SouthFlorida
Capt. Pritchard, Mr. Sanders, and others NOTICE. The most important crop

Coast Canal Company to claim several whose names we fail to remember did State of Florida. ) I is the Orange crop, and everyone
thousand, acres of fine Indian River of Dade. i
: County
and make the affair a f
' their best to a CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER to secure
should endeavor
1 i land. Take notice that six months after the ra

success. date hereof I will present to the County I Titusville, Fla., variety of orange in planting; s &*
'' The Informant says the greatest swin- The hall was very tastefully decoratedand Judge of Dade County my final accounts fruit tf bfe
dle and biggest farce that has, perhaps, the ladies prettily and picturesquelyattired. and vouchers as Executrix of Charles Is now prepared to attend to work in this To do this, and pet Site
Moore, late of Dade County, deceased, line and furnish materials. Estimates given taken premiums at"many of our
ever been perpetrated upon a credulous when so desired and the erection buildings EJpO"
and ask tor final discharge as such
community, was the donkey and monkey Some excellent instrumental music was executrix. November my 16th, 1887. and dwellings solicited. 45vl,i Fairs and at the New Orleans )1.-

show that exhibited at Bartow last week, rendered by Messrs Ender, Wager and ELIZABETH J. MOORE, Will also furnish town lots with houses complete sition buy your trees from CB'
I Edith Altree 3,1 Executrix of Last Will and Testamentof at reasonable rates. Houses built in )
and carried out of town between $300 I Orndorfl; and Miss sang any style 10 suit purchasers. Prices and full grader & Son Rockledge, FU
and$400. couple of charming songs which were I Charles Moore, Deceased. 32-6m particulars furnished upon appication.


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t I C.

w Real Estate Agency. Dealer in S. H. RAY,

: Titusville, Florida. GEORGIA PINE LUMBER,

SEXD FOR DESCRIPTIVE LIST. Successor to J. C. Norwood and Co.,
Of all Dressed Undressed.
kinds and
J! Chas., D. Sweet, Manager.

BECTOR. Shingles Ceiling Lath Mouldings Lime Brick Etc. Etc. TITUSVILLE, FLA.Gen'l .
O. JHardware. : ,

, All Large Orders Filled with Dispatch. Yard and Oflice near J. T. & K. W. Railway Depot.F. .
General Produce


1 MERCHANT. Merchandise

Florida. : yBUDGE,
Melbourne. -

Agents: fOr


Washington Avenue, mar.tbe Railroad.

RIFLE POWDER: 251b. kegs $5; 12Mb kegs $2.75; Glib kegs $1.5O; I to keep
MRS. V. GAILER. prupo
I CREEDMOOR : 611b kegs $1.50; ORANGE DUCKING: 6Jlb kegs $3.00.

Fresh Bread made daily; also Pies Linseed Oil, boiled, C5c.; raw, COc. gallon; Kerosene, 1500 test, 20c. gallon; White Lead in 12J, 25: and 501b. kegs Sc. per lb.
I and Cakes of all kinds. Cakes for A First-Class Stock
special occasions furnished __ -= __ = ,_ .- ___ __ ____ _________-,
t at short notice. Jr



Geo. B. Emnph. AT -0-



36i acres of high dry land: beautifully
situated on Indian River. Gives at leasta
quarter mile river front. Will be soldat
1 least 50 per cent. less than any land Blankets below cost. DRY GOODS

I + J1iIJi i of like nature on the river. We are Quilts below cost. ,

I\ (I i 1 ordered to sell, and sell we must. Over Coats below cost.

; % \ Address or call on Men's Suits below cost.Youths NOTIONS

Chas. D. Sweei, ,
. \k \ / Q 4 Suits below cost.

% td\' \ i / k Manager Children's Suits below cost.

Indian River Real Estate Agency, And all other Goods in proportion. I am now making room for Summer Mons' Ladies': A: t'hil.h't'uSHOES..

TITCSVILLE, FLA. 25 I Goods, and will sacrifice a nice line of Goods in order to make

(IfrRESS' -- room. Call and examine mv NICE AND I ELECT GOODS.

HiRT --o- .


Second Door East of Indian River Bank TITUSVILLE FLORIDA.
sold on longtime with intere.-t or I
lii'INT'SFrosli on the lease system, or for ca>h.. -- ,

Land cleared and planted, and cared for
Garden Seeds if desired ; by contract: or otherwise. ,

&>U l at Philadelphia Retail Prices. Will Refer to E. M. Ilrce-e, Detroit, )[ich.; ;
make special orders and prices to :
Jno. Norwood, Titusville, Fla.; I*. ,, CLOTHING
parties wanting seeds: and J. 8tms,Tlzcwell Court House Va.;
in hulk. for Is Acknowl(>Headquarters for
and A. Decker, )Montreal Canada ]
Geo. B. Rumph. whom I have made groves

19 Titiwville, Fla. Fine GroceriesA.LWA.YS .1"I

LAKE WORTH Jont's; 'Fu"l1ishil1; (foods,

O. S. IOKTO1 OEO. W.. 1\TTEK. GIST !=-I \..:.KD.1.80 .
C" Snrn''or.

Lake Worth fronting on the waters ..
PORTER & POTTER of the lake of that name so well known J'ta1:1.an.7i.11a: Pints, :i
for its mild climate tronical !'cellen'. .and I
splendid hunting and rf5hin hi"to Lead, :sorosoX1o; GLASSWARE

The undersigned have at last yielded ,
B..a"UV an.d: Boi1ed LiD-seed Oil, I
to the pressure and consented to throw i
Real Estate Dealers open their land: ) to settlers.: To do this Co't1oD.; GoocL PJ.ca1 an.c1. Bran. ,
we have divided our lands inio lots convenient 1
for business lots winter homes, :Hcl.y Grain: Food an.d HARDWARE,
villas and will sell at pricesto
Lake Worth! Dade Co., Fla. or groves limited TT'oartilizoivs
suit purchasers of the mot

means. hull Lino of Nai1s. AND
The above lands are :situated near the
Will nilIld Improve Land for Partiesat
plain on
Inlet on a beautifully-riding REED & STEERE.
the wept shore of the fatuous Lake
Distance.LaVe i .

a the Worth lake commanding for Mile:. of a the Mipeib Inlet.view and of of ALL GOODS QTJARAZS'TEED.Agent Ship Chandlery Goods.

passing: : vessels on the Atlantic.
for Wilkinson & Co's Fertilizer.CIe's : .
The I land !is high and dry. and repays
Worth Dade Co. Fit., i. the most tropical cultivation by an abundant yield ot .
part cUbe Ute. Located on the Atlantic Coast: 1I10st"ari.ti ot tmpieal fruits: and

south south end of Jupiter of Indian Inlet Uiver.20 imlox.I.nkfVoith Jupiter l..iut"lies r-aral-; vegetables :grown in thi* i section. Pineapples l New York Charleston and Florida

lei with the oocau beach,ill'.5 miles loni average ett'u e now yielding: line cropson ,
width one mile connf'ctt',1Ith tlie ocean by an inlet this land without lertili/ing.; i Thc.-c will bo the main features of my
,and in nowhere over:i 4 of a mile from the ocean choice lot*.
Now is the time to select
The lifhina cannot be excelled and our bunting the l StesuaGQ.s3a.Ip: : :I.ine:
bet-t fur all kinds of came. Some beautiful cocoauutsroeiu Call upon us and see plat. business, but orders sent me forauy-
lK>ann0'on the lake; tuItDjt't"S, f=aj'j>*- For prices description apply to The Elegant Steamers of this Line are appointed to sale
dlllOt>II. alligator pears sugar apples enavai Spans inS kept in anymore -
i.b luui-o.J4naica 31'1'11'10.l'3Ja ptars.tamarinds
gooseberry trt't',''. niammee apple, inaiunu-e t-apo: ,. Eaannol E Heyser or Allen E. I FROM JACKSONVILLE, will be promptly filled.
aluioudi. dates
fig. hallulaF. pineapples.oran e!!'
liliu. lemons, citrons and all tropical fruits and I CHEROKEE, (New) .......................................... Thur-day! Feb. 2nd, 7:45 a In
flootrs. This ill the most eastern of Florida -
the gulf stream being nearer to the part laud than at; ------------- SI::\II\OLE. (New).................... ...................... Tbur.-day, Feb. 9th, 12:30 p in

any other part of the coast, which insures the most CHEROKEE, (New)......................................... Tlmr-day, Feb. IGth, 7:30' a in
even Hotels temj-erature and stores. of Lots any of part all sires of the and Mate.price Good secured TITUSVILLEFURNITURE I SEMINOLE: (New)..............................:..........Thursday" Feb. 2 ith, 12:00 noon
by the above firm who have most all of the
best land to Bell. parties bu ins now will no doul : FB.01\t!: FEB.N AN'DIN A, Will buy Fruits Eggs Chickens,
tu a sLort time more than double the purchase mo-
ney. We have lot of all sizes from lice to one hundred i livery Sunday Afternoon
acres, all fronting on Lake Worth. Prices from
beautiful hotel ,also STORE. I Alter arrival of tin
JoO to SoOo her acre. Some sites
improved property,cottages!,eta The followingare Or any Country Produce my customer-
a few of our best bargains: I Florida Railway and Navigation Co.'s Train
Xo. 1. Vli4 acres west of Lake Worth. friends maIJrin
"" 3.'-.--55.3.20 J.2". on.. west.. shore.. of... Lake.. Worth... I Leaving Jacksonville at 2:4o p. in. or
4.-27 with"about 70 rods frontage to market.I .
on west shore ol Lake Worth. DELAWARE Sundiy F.-b. 5th nu.\s-r.J Sunday. Feb :CtlI
$.-651-2 acres with 1-4 mile front on west A. Frosolier EU.EE: MiLiUy, Ffb. lath I
shore.231.2 I DELAWARE Sunday. IV b. 13th I
.' 9.-15 acres" on- west east sLore." /, Steamers arc appointed sail from Pier 20, East lUver New York

-" 11 10.,-19 55.41 "M "" west east -- IS mile front. PROPRIETOR. ; Every Tuesday and Friday at 8 o'clock, P. M.
.. 12.-li .. .. .. .. I ask for a share of the public patronage
.. .. .. .. t
to ni The freight ami-passenger accommodations are m-passCMl. Every attention will be
14.-10 ., west given business entrusted tothi" line. and come as -supplicant, not a
15.--lots of 5 acres each with 10 rods front. Direct all shipments from New York via Clyde's Florida Line, l'il'r29. East River.
ae each on west shore of the lake. These For further information apply to dictator, asking for your favors.
are bargains. Parlor Suites J. .\. STEAD Agent, J. .\. LESLIE, Asrent,
1C.-25 acre with new cottage on east shore. Fernandina, Fla. s* W. Hay Jacksonville, Fla.
IT.-'5 'molern cottage of 7 rooms THEO. G. EGEH Traffic Manager, W M. 1'. CLYDK'X: LO., (jFYLGT:;., If courteous treatlJl 'lltOOJ;
on east Lore. j! 35 Broadway.Y. 12 South: Wharves, I'hiladelphia.33 IJroadway, X.Y.
18.-27 acres on east sLore.. 1' M. IKOXMOXGEK, Jr..tiennal Traveling Asieut. J It..ouVll1e. Florida. goods and low figures i51
"" :0.-J9"li>.-2rt west east '" Bed Room Suites i Since last season VENTILATORS have been constructed on the iron steamers for the candidate for
.. ..
21.-15 west $ :! better transportation of Oranges and Vegetables.
22--J 1.2 acres on east shore with new, mod.
ern-buiit. Louse of 8 rooms now building, to be I public favor
read for occupancy by December 1st. Thisbous'e Beds Mattresses i Oranges Lemons and Limes raised on \\\;:\\ pine land.
and lot for Bile or to rent There are Persimmons (Cocoanut Peaches, Figs, Pears, then I'm
150 bearing cocoanut trees on this place. i Guavas, Pomegranates, Olives .
Also, a new cottage of 8 rooms beautifully Sapodillas, Plums, Almonds Grapes elected.Youril .
situated on east side of lake and 5>>acres of I

round attached Springs ; INDIAN RIVER NURSERIES.
2X-157 acres of land-n Key Largo. ,

the 24.-lake.10 M on west aide, 40 rods back of Roses, Poincianas, Hibiscus, Allamandas, Catalpas Bouvardia-s Jesamines, anxious to please,

25.-40 acres on west shore.. Eucalyptus Euphorblas.
V6.-10 cast and new cottage. And everything in the FURNITUREline. ,t
These are all bargains. Come and see them if CATALOGUE MAILED FREE. TERMS CASH.
possible; otherwise write. Call and see the New Stock s. H. R..ay.
Parties wishing farther information, enclose just received. !I JOHN B. BEACH, Indian Hirer Nurseries, East Melbourne:, Fla.
stamp. 30.3m




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Ji been of avail, be thinks, but they were not, !I ter last night, Sch eff'made the largest (:rendExcited.

THE EMPLOYES ANSWER COMMERCIAL SCHEME. record scoring 284 points in the' rr-
because they were unjustly impeached with- run on Not a few of the citizens ofPaver
I II out a hearing.; He refers to how Preller'sbody seventh and last inning balke game. The have IDJan

I was exhumed and examined withoutthe ,i largest run ever made by Schaeffer before recently become greatly t1. lit

I THEY MADE A REPLY TO MR. COR- knowledge of his counsel his dissectingskill 4T IS SAID TO INCLUDESEVERALAMER- ,, was 230 points. He beat his own record by cited over the astoundng facts thai sets FT*

BIN'S LATEST MANIFESTO. to point out the causes of the unsuccessful ICAN MILLIONAIRES. fifty-four points. This beats the largest run oral of their friends who had l>een pro

I operation, and closes by saying that the I ever made by any billiard player now living. pounced by the physician as incurable dkJD

i i case went before the state supreme court; I' Carter scored but 108 points in the game. and beyond all hpe-suiferitig with that

Cnpl-i rtr.t Feelings Said to Exist between i said he never had a case before him with The Object In to Form a Company to Transport Five Thousand for Damage dreaded iunn>ter Con>uinption-have '

3Ir. Corbn and the Reading's FinancialSupportersGorge i i such flagrant violations of the common prac All Kinds of American Produce to been completely cured by Dr. Kin 31clJ
MEMPHIS, Feb. 4.-The young man Harris >?.
'''. Childs favoredArbliratoatOther :I tice. England and Supply Consumers Withoutthe arrested by mistake and imprisoned at Chi- New Discovery consumption, the "n1 r

Labor Notes. !: Idle Convicts. Middleman's Charges. cago on suspicion of being a defaulter to remedy that does positively cure ail tat

: SIXG N. Y. Feb. Over thou- the railway received verdict for throat and lung) di-eass cough. cold to-
PlflL.\DELI'HU, Feb. 2.-The following SLAG 4.- one WASHIXGTO.N, Feb 3.-A morning; paper Valley a kr1F'
sand two hundred convicts in the penitentiarywill Aft yesterday before the United States asthma and bronchitis. bottles fre
letter sent last eolne.lay to President' Austin says: Information has beeu received here *
committee of be locked up idle in their cells to-day court. Judge Hammond, in his charge, said at all drug stores in Titusville and oo
Corbiu the Central
by City in regard to a gigantic Anglo-American I
and probably for sometime to come, owingto I there was no doubt that plaintiff had been Indian hirer.I arse bottles 1.
the striker in reply to his latest manifesto, commercial scheme, in which several American \las
-- -
failure of the legislature to supply funds unjustly deprived of his liberty and that his --

has not l I..*-n published before: to run the shops. millionaires, including the "Little Wizard i i rights had been trampled upon. In nl'I SlId Tu the Point. r!i

")Ir. Austin Orbin president Reading( Rails of Wall street," the Rothchilds, the Dukeof I ;

rued company: DISCOVERED BY ACCIDENT.The Devonshire, the Duke of Westminster and County Official in Trouble. i Dyspepsia is dreadful. Disonlered ct:1tIII: :
]liver i is
misery. Indigestion i is
"DEAR SIR-In letter of January 21 aisle
your I{ HARBISON Ark. Feb. 4. The grand to
others are said to be concerned. It has been juryhas 1
to the public you say you can see but one Nest of a Gang of Juvenile Chicago I I just adjourned after finding fifty odd in- i good nature.
ascertained that the promoters propose to The human di i e-stive *
for the
alternative Philadelphia Reading Robbers Unearthed. 'dictments against many of the prominent apparatus i is lIne
insist first the erect granaries, warehouses, pork-curing establishments t of the is:
Railroad to and
company ; upon CHICAGO, Feb. 4.-A large number of recent citizens of the county. The county officials complicated wonderful 1
right t<) manage its own property, and I and cheese and butter factories things in existence It is easily
petty robberies in the vicinity of Wentworth are nearly all included in the presentments. : put out
Eecwid. the right to employ labor in the I i avenue and Twenty-ninth street was on sites convenient to the several great linesof The Hon. W. W. Watkins, county clerk, of order. brtJI

'" mining; of its coal so that it will have at leastan railroads leading into Chicago.All malfeasance and food tough I\H! ,
: explained on Monday night by the unexpected I pleaded guilty to was removed i Greasy sloppy fuod, I Il'

equal chance with its neighbors in everycompe I discovery of the headquarters of a kinds American produce, such as from office. The county judge, sheriff : bud cookery, mental worry, late hours: ,

market to which anthracite coal gang of boy thieves located under a side- flour, bacon: cheese, butter and fruits of i 1 and treasurer, it is claimed, will bo removed I irregular habits, and many other thing$

go. i walk by two officers from the Thirtyfifthstreet every description, as well as a line of stock, I.[ The action of the grand jury ha created avacancy I which ought not to be, have made the
"These conditions rules Mr. Corbin
or station. On going to investigate a in nearly every county olHce. Large I American nation of
and if I are to be carried to Chicago and thence by people a dcspeptie.j t'cs
acceptable to your striking employes, under the sidewalk !' discrepancies in finances are the alleged
it.was bocatvs you throught that your em mysterious light they the Baltimore & Ohio railway to New York. But ( ;in'en'u urt Flower has donea
: found a small entrance to aave in the grounds for the sweeping accusations.
ploys attempted to debar you of these, your A bridge will be built connecting the main wonderful work in reforming this sad
;t ground, and on pursuing the search came to
just rights, that you allowed Mr. J. A. land with Staten Island, where large docks Sullivan and Smith to Meet. business and making; the American IIJ.
j! a spacious room guarded by a thirteenyearold -
Sweipird to enforce this strike, you have Jack Sheppard named Jimmie Dynes. will be constructed by the syndicate of capi- LONDON. Feb. 4.-The backers of Jem people o healthy thai they can enjoy s

been fearfully misled "Who goes there followed by the sharp talists. From New York the products of the Smith have accepted the challenge toot JohnL. ,I their meals and be happy. brJ I

: clicking of a revolver, greeted the officers as United States will be carried by steamers Sullivan to defeat the English cuampion Remenriier-No happine, without iiib

"If that Ls the only question of differenceyou : they were about to enter the cavern, and specially built by the company and landed at in six rounds or forfeit 'JOO, but surround health. But Green's August Flower

have against them, this great strike will 1! their quickness proliably saved their lives, Barrow-in-Furne&s, of which the Duke of their acceptance with many conditions. It i I brings health and happino.- to the d\>

come to an end in less than thirty minutes, for on getting inside they found young Dynes Devonshire is the principal proprietor, be- is likely, however, that Sullivan, who would '.: peptic. Ask your druggist for a bottle.Seventyfive i

providing J'Jtgrant to your employes the with a revolver in hand and ready to uphold sides being president of the Furness railway.At gain nothing; but the satisfaction of demonstrating i cents II

following; : Barrow the his superiority by knocking Smith I
the company propose building
dignity of the bang of which he was an ,
"First:-That they have the right to organize officer. alongside the docks abattoirs for slaughtering out, will overlook the provisos, and the contest i U'IlCW! Her Youth.

the cattle immediately after landing may take place at an early date. b
Inside ;
a curious spectacle was presented to
"Second That when difficulties arise between
Mrs. Phoebe Chesley Peters ClayCu d
! :* the officers. Revolvers in also tanneries for preparing the hidos and I ,
the and the these great profusion Girl Comstock
employ, Decoyed by
Company Iowa tells the remarkalife r
factories for making margarine out of tallow. ., following! }
I about the
hung papered walls, backed ba I
shall 1 be settled arbitration.
questions by NEW YORK Feb. 4.-A handsomely attired -
r huge musket whict glistened brightly in the Large warehouses are also to be erected at I story" the truth of which \ouched l tirby
'ThPSf conditions of the employe will not and who she is
i- light thrown out from an old "Salamander" Barrow, and thence the food products will petite young lady, says I the residents of the townI am ;;a I
I with the of the road
interfere managing nor Clara Xovello, was arrested by one of Corn- I!
be distributed throughout Great Britain by old have been troubled with kidney
stove in the corner. The walls were pictur- years
shut the coal and iron out of
\ company any stock's agents at postomce to-day on a
e&quely decorated with sensational prints, means of retail stores which will be opened in I complaint and lamene-s for many
of the mails for
charge Using illegal -
.j and a notice signed in red ink related the fact all the leading towns in order to supply consumers She:had advertised an unlawful; preparation purjKjs.es. I years ; could not dre-s myself without .

t Hoping that this small statement will redound that "Tough Jimmie" was captain of the direct without incurring any middlemen's i for women, and was arrested witha I iieJp. Now I am free from all pain and .

f to the good of all concerned, I am crowd, and that -'Billy the Kid" officiated as charges. decoy letter from Comstock's society in I sorencs, and am able to do all my own I
The capital to be invested in the enterprisewill
: yours respectfully, lieutenant her hand. United States Commissioner ;t housework. I owe my thanks to EltrtricHitters !
"JOSEPH S. COGHLAN' To the threats'of it is said, amount to many millions of
d .. summary vengeance: to :Shields: held her in $2,500 ball : for having renewed my youth
dollars. Already agents have been sent to .
hnlf of the
employes. traitors was signed the hair raising names of removed all diea-eand "

! Evidently ti.. .* of a compromise oft "Lightning Eddie," "Peanuts," "Jumbo," this country and are now making the neces- completely pain.
: bottle fin .and 1 $ at all druz
DiVtl of ,
tho strike d railroad men with the "Oysters," "Chumpy," and "Dyng Do/1 The sary arrangements; to commence operationsin smallpox.SAN

Reading coiapaay; are built upon sand. A ': The youthful cave-dweller in charge toll the the spring. FiiAXri c.*, Feb. '. .-O. K. Hopkins, ; stores in Titu>vilc! and on Indian RiverCATARRH'

representative of the United Press visited officer he was awaitiLg the arrival of some New Postal Laws. nephew of the late millionaire Mark Hopkins I ___ __ u_ __ _
I di d of smallpox: yesterday afternoonat ."""*'iTKiiATMiivrr.: ..,
the Heading officers this morning to ascertain of his comrades but failed to in
they put
WA .
I HlX( TO Feb. :.-The house committee '.. w.lll "1I"nsh to c..n\lIh'r rice1'UUFIT
I the Oakland! house. His income from
had been lest
whether reply or was to .
any appearance.At on jtotfices and post roads has agreed; to .S.L.\l"l'RIH 1I.\C'I"tt..Brua1--tNrsar'uJ
l Li, p.nrti.t'i >f thA Hopkins estate was
communication of S. over
be mode to the Joseph the station the boy finally confessed to luvorably the bill amending the law
report ; I
.' l' Coghlan, a prominent striker and a member a complicity in several robberies perpetrated relative seeoud-cla mail matter by providing >1O) :llia'.:. hIt little of it was saved He l'ln a-.a soUlrLl: H.l.E

of the Freight Handlers' Local Assembly o.WO the of which he member. was J.t known as a man about town. Hewas 100 'p'" t'attra-s.ri ID1'K ": = ,
by gang, was a that no publications that are but l C _. (slurssE tUt"T&JI. LEL'.. I'ii'i'rd
married and had child but
I. in reference to a possibility of havingthe books or reprints of books, whether they be one separated I 1 Ltc. Leta:':rtar w.iittl t"r Elritrif: C..r..ti.
'. -cd. Thy ASA GRAY DEAD. trout his wife a few weeks ago by
matter of a settlement en- issued in bound Quirk MlViteatt.uct Kr t.'I"I" Ilr. s- It:
complete or part, or unbound
C\rii:1311'tter was addressed t '. Corbin, nutual agr"'emcnt.ri'il'ttnc! i -44 lir.iaa\\a N. V
The Eminent ltotaiii Dies at Hostou of fir in Aeries, or whether sold by subscription -

I: but he not icing at the offictlUestiml I'uralysis. or otherwise hall li admitted to Over a College. ; }'. _\. I.KHM VW

t was referred to General Manager McLmat, BOSTOX Feb. Professor Asa for the mails as se-joad-class matter. The committee M.s-- CI'JIKK, Tenn., Feb. :-'.-The at- : Patents 11t.biuIun. Its>> : .
Gray ,
had 1'l.'to'n S..nd C.h'ultlI
who stated that no reply tor
jiGMtively will report adversely the bill to makea tt-mpt..of the Uapti-ts at Knoxville to have I
of of Harvard I
professor botany
nor would be made. many years uniform rate of on cent per pound on : Carson rollegc' moved to that place has

Coulc Not A 'ord to iite In. 4 .\ college, and author r woad-cla matter and the bill to reduce stirred up a hornet's next in the denomina A '
"'''''' '"';-.i of many works on letter tion. The Iaptb.t" at Knoxville: have offered
PHILADELPHIA, Feb. 2. Rumors of I' ', "' drop poita; to oiie cent. Hare Ton Couthtmnrhth. Asthma, Indigestion Us*
,. ,. IJtunY8nd kindred >liH'Hh,! to have thy college moved to that PARKER'S CINCER TONIC "hout delay. 15.as
Strained relations between President Corbin, .- -- \. ,\ 10 Tlio.,(.',. IfnhWAsunlToN cured many ol tar w orst OAM-S ami li the l* remedy
of the Reading railway, and the syndicate ... r.'U" }Jel't S, died of tow;>. ;,m the Baptists of Upper East Teanesnee for all affections of the throat and lungs. ant di..***
)'Il Feb. ','.Thoelw presented: a o.ed to the removal aritng from impure blood and exhaustion. The treble
are bitterly '
t\ irdly.sisla night.
been identified with the recent : I ;
that has reorganization I and title,strupRiinK against disease, and slowly drifting
bill of j4.7tM the house elections committee
; of the have been in circulation ( fat 1. Professor Gray was to and will fight the thing to the bitter emia.1'ouu I to the grave, will IB many cases -covtr their health by
: company .. as his expenses in contesting; the neat of the timeirU.aofl'arker'GingerTonicbutdelaytadur
Tho differences ?Jt' i Take it la H1ln,alu l>l., f.>r all pains
for a day or two In.-"t. : hunt in Paris, X. i', ftroti* time. "
} 5i"alter;: Carlisle. The bill charges $lCk)) .
..... :; tam Attempt Mucidc.MJruu and disorders of stouucU oaJ tow; tL* 0c.at iTuartu.it
have not amounted to a severance offriendly jl.7.:' : .. November 1' UIO.'Y '
'- ; I>aid to Attorney fc5te\vr, who &poKe for live CATI.Ej'r Kv., Fel! n.--Katit': the .'
t: r-Jl' ii.-nth Wu. : "
relation. is anything of the : Ae"n ii r.t-p r
nor {' ;;, He was among the minutes l)(>for the committee. Blakely'sftv .. '
result but th '" has been -r. ./, sixteenyear'llaughter) of Squire Hume)', $525" r ini'i't x. % tr.ti -
lik..lto "
kind ;
: *..( -, ..:k :t:. fi 1; with Dr. Turto ; are '.*M. \\.OCl's i"yi I and ifs) to an exlrt of liuiiu.t,' U., made a futile tocoiiuuK ; \ : e \i .inii i. m;. t" al.V. <
trouble enough to disturb the p nit feelings .. ....;.r ...f:( uhomade the atlidivit that 'i. attempt \ : H -h..lK--. r ... >. ::.' li .
that existed between Mr. ( \>n>!iiaul ", ;: / 'f.rt! attempt the erroneous "uL-ttio: Ls morning by cutting; her
----- --
I ; of the i K,il bstths] from certain precincts were all tin t.ith butcher knife. She almostMfMf.fi
rr-l /
of tho 1 /clasflmtion 11 e. ); a I
financial Heading
the supporters company
in the s.m'- handwriting. The law only :
I de, 011 the uaturtltr.tr. ; ill';- \viiidpipo and made an ugly
of the
said that
mind it is a knowledge LEB6! OOMPAtY1SXTRACT
allows MJuiiU, at most to contestants.
circumstances hastened the liquidation of the basis of affinity, and ----- wouJ.!. At last accounts she was still alive,

bull pool in Reading stock, which closed outlast hi 1>44 t-y together; pjiblished the first part Patent LfKUlutlon ltecontitentlyd.IVASrnSOTO' but theiv v ere no hopes of her recovery. No I

3''' wrek.Tho of the "Flora North America." Feb. :..-The annual report cause e. i0iod for the rash act.

1\. I trouble grew out of the Reading; Profes-s: Gray's herbarium, numbering of the commissioner of patent which has

Ftrike. It seems that a few weeks ago, Mr. 1 over two hundred thousand specimens, and been sent to congress recommends legislation LIGHT AND AIRY. I OF MEAT

A. J. Drexel Mr. George W. Chill,, Mr. his library of ti,:!W botanical works were necessary to empower the government to ex- f

Corbin and a few others took dinn-r togetherat presented to Harvard college in 1N'4. for preservation tin; ui"h patents at any time in its discretion Ve met Ilt.'npat'> a bowerOf I

the house of Mr. Corbin. .lie subject of in a fire proof building erected for upon the payment of a reasonable sum of I yielded overhan.trees to hAnd e r ; Foi:

the trading.* strike came up, and a generallisrnvjon their lIe money to Ije determined by arbitration. i
reception. was a member of most of tell Ui" : ..:1< of the relations between capital the vientiiij societies in Americ-t. In 1M4ht Thi; proposition is base upon argument I

and labor followed. All sides of the Reading was apjK,inted regent of the inithsonnn that under existing law monopolies may I took her haii-i ; -resjed It, IMPROVED and ECONOMIC COOKING.

strike were considered and Mr. Corbin work the She turned: r tae"*away;
; institutioa, succeeding Louis A assiz. He greater hardships among jieoplo.
the ---- My coming fates I guessed it-
contended with earnestness that -ompany was an honorary member of the principal Receipts of the Government. She conk n.>t say tae nay.I I ?;. !5.-( vmilm011!) Wllli lar-

could not afford to give in. and he cited scientific societies abroad including theituyal WASHINGTON, Feb. Government: I amide ot. Ual'OIl UoZilu" si izsialuro ; -
reasons at length to sustain him in his pOl' tion. Mr. Childs was of the opinion that the during current month have av- Caught on her downy cLeelw I
of sciences in Berlin, Paris, )luuil'ht..
., erag; : l about one million dollars a day and will dieemble'
fit for arbitration to Said I. "You
strike was a subject : .
Petersburg; and Stockholm. officials estimate the debt reductionfor *. s.t! by :-t(>r"I"r,. li-.. r.. I rl. ':lot.
treasury II
which Mr. Corbin dissented.Memliers Tile joy :you will iiot speak. i eieru'I.ereCTTRE

:k I of the syndicate were entirely Natural Gw Aboie Trenton Dock. five the hundred mouth thousand at about dollars.fourteen million Alfa, my fond delusion I _____ ______ __ __ _

li: I \ti..rl..1 with this statement on the part of CHICAGO, Feb. 4.-A special to the DailyNews ,I t. Dispelled: she with a lance; I

f' Mr. fluids, and is said indorsed his position.ii says: A well of natural gis, which i* BOHEMIAN ANARCHISTS.They Ytt I. ia wild confusion ? ?: ,?: DEAF

!'i; + They are reported to have urged Mr. Corbin now flowing at the rate of a million cubic CIuos; to my only chance. rhCK'S PATrNT 1MWIOVLH HIOM-1' *-il.

to follow the line of action suggested, but : feet per day, has Ixvu struck at Francesville, Send u Letter to Nina Van Zandtiulosjzin DKUMS.: l'uncn.m.wlE TIll IUIN I'.
And her for
pressed an nns"tr.11l'U : ,
:'1r. forl-in was in no mood to do so. Ind. about seventy miles from Chicago on : ; Her IIu>l>and. \,\ low. she hissed with scorn, i| iu matter whether deali...j-" tit caused bj r,'III',. '"
-- the farm of H. E. Biu-klen CHICAGO Feb. 3. Miss :Nina Van the natural ilniin.. \lwiII'* IL-
Appeal for Cash.I'oTTvn.LE,1'a. the well knowa Zandt, "Ilehea..c. at once, lay ban, sir > SETS or uijuneto ,ltt'wear
'tal >
( : >oi>iuo Jl. but iu\i!ible to others and c"'UjJ
the "
medicine The the let-
hiealtUtt'nt! man. m.t n- proxwidow, following You're L-nAmt fIn ray corn t.ra.tt..l
., Feb. :.Chairman Lee JIu+u'. comerntttnui. f\cu *hi"l- ';%> jili.
'narkable thin; about the find i< that the ;gas ter from Prague, Bohemia yesterday: Journal of Education.A : rrter tios 11Mirg tLui >.-
!left for l'hiladephia! and was joined thereby tiiirtly.VV t<)
vas struck at a depth of lilt( feet nearly "At the annual meetin;; of the young Anarchists --- j t for IJlu.trat..II.nok of pt pots free AdJre
Joint Committee Chairman D\Yisan.I Executive .
three hundred feet above Trenton rock. This : of Bohemia, bdol January 10, lb>?, :harp lln-terner. I| I' HI COX, et9 I.n.a.J..ay.w \"r*
Committee S.'I MctJarvey, an 1
these three, representing-ret-iry tile striking; miners Is the first case of its kind on "t>('tfll. Prospectors the following; resolution was adopted unanimously Eastern: Speculator (on hi-* return home- I IWell ---

in tit Sohuylkill and Lvhigh regions and thestriking have always held that natural gas with ;great l'l1thusia..m.e : Ilariah. I just wish you'd been along. XOTI 'E.Is .
; found below the Trenton "\\ the Anarchists of Bohemia II'v I
r railroaders, spoke in Baltimore on was only rock young i Here you've Lira nearly buried in snow antI '

Stu. lar. stratum. At the point where the gushing; express to you, highly respected wife of our I +'' been out west enjoying delightful Circuit Court vf the &rrulh Jlfi.itrl
The j.. nt committee- were in executive fluid t.'S\'alll'S u fifteen foot blaze mounts into ideal, our heartfelt condolence and ourgreatest eather. Circuit ffYortf'f, ttrtrard ( %" ""*!!,

i :he air with a roar similar to that of a trainof ; sorrow over the death of our noble Wife f
gesso:! *}- lay for final approval of a lengthy I
01'1".1 by Sub-division 1: and the cars crossing; a distant bridge. A company t leader. In dying so bravely for a good "Ja.it like during: : could almost see tlwtree Ck'ttuxry.

exts-:. 1 of the Amalgamated association will IK- fanned to pipe the gas to this cause he has tied us all with new common a l-u din: au' what lo you tiiiak, I Autoinetto Ie Uentltel Hill frAlexamlerlleKeuthel.

::it)'. bond Among tha men who offered their ilariah walked vs. }
into real .
I conjunction with a-i appeal a estate office i Uivur'I'S 'e

fur i':.. ,.1 from Railroad Ciiairmau ;Ruler nt Hlrcl..to\\"lI, Kentucky.BARD.VTOWX lives while fighting; for our highest ideals he with the sun a Lima' an' birds a singin' an'uly I J

l her i> ; .. .iivulated all over the country Ky., Feb. 4.-Ed Hickmai will always be in the front rank. At the > a nice refreshing breeze blowing and then Alexander De ): l1tl1t'l.

( vyhere\er there Is a labor organization. was shut and killed last night; by Dr. J. L'. same the tribunal time we of must a land express which our not abhlr long; before nee to, btzard'"That's,;<:>at L<:,.' .! niv if 1 come ia to set uut of tho I'\ It appearing from the atlldavil Jf t 'Jaboveiuunetl

nut Little Chance in the Situation.REAIMXO McGee. The killing took place at the Central xmld prldi itself ou being the freest on i roniiilninant. tliH day llle*
hotel in this place about 11 o'clock. The what they call a blizzard: before ate that in her beliet you a!e a
Pa., Fob. 2.Specials received had been kid Hickaian t'Yt-, I j:i-t laughed; fit to kill :In'Slj"s I tomyself | ( Florid,
men on terms. was rlon-n''h1t"nt of the Mate o
"In the the
from all of
here this morning joints of tlwFchuylkill name Anarchists of
young: if t: i' urn is blizzard weather, I know i iplenty -1
and Used cxceetlin
drinking; some epitiet; in that are of an
rejrionss how little in Bohemia. A. \\ .ERICH.I you age
very : ,
v'lv.S! t at will jutt enjoy it, so I I Iixjjglit address
;- Deference to McGee. The latter asked", what years and that your 1' )iiot-01Jicc
the situation. f I "A. CIItELER. !i5Ii
ui th1':31.e
ue meant. when Hickman drea knife and :\Ii"nu Z..ullt8.., highly flattered d.Ou.haorIIi and re-idetice! are unknown to her.
by ,
;\: SAYS THE LAW IS CRUEL : attempted to cut the doctor. They clinched I this letter. It hal never occurred to her 1 I It I*, therefore onlered that > tots ""

McGee drew' a pistol and fired three shots. 'r .\I)>TTIT. lonitir bill of
answer or to the coniplaj"1filed
:Ma\\t: *ir s l'1t' to the American Peoplefor : that she achieved fame not only in America,
Two struck Hi-'kman in the thighs and th t'bekt"'l f.t" tao: it r choice to niche 1 thi* day. .
Fair flay and Justice. ; but also in Europe, and whea she WAS told : by aid coiii]>luiitiit.
1 third entered his head and he dropped dead. I 1 pave x>h>>*.t !o.r Ler sweet sake; I IFl.r fore llll" before the hitch ll!:'> Ol
on or
I 1 that Socialists and Anarchists in E"
ST. Louis, Feb. 3.-Hugh M. Brooks, alias viand, I
weekj I wtittd for her word
Hickmau was a on of Dr. J. F. HiAman, r. March. .\.H. 1S S. else said bill \
:.. Maxwell, the slayer of C. Arthur lYeller !! France, Gerlaanyaui Austria are h r ardent To free ins from my f-ars absurd. I >
prominent physician. Dr. McGee is a dentis !1 and that her II as eoiitessetL
Las written a plea to the American people worshippers pictures adorn many
ind an internal revenue stort'kc'l'pcrIc.- i 1 My Itart teat high with and It further ordered that thi IIOU
ie tailing for fair play and justice. He reechoes dwelling of the European proletarians joy Lope, i is
Gee "surrendered to the authorities. As .i '.; I s iced the STAR, a
: be
(1 envelope; ; published in the FLOKII
the ringing; cry of his sturdy old ; she could not suppress a mile of gratit ca- oilirevurd.
and that the law | tion. b3. fur n.y regards: I newspaper published)j in said County
1 father, says is cruel: that Jay Gould Not In the Scheme. Her answer was-their wedding; a week
i cards.Life. j State of Florida, once
should be with
justice tempered mercy, and NEW YORK Feb. 4.-George J. Gouldwas : Kellcf: for the Snow Sufferers. I
for four consecutive weeks.Done .
that he is a fit subject for clemency. He
asked about a report that Jay Gould CHICAGO, Feb. 4.-A Winona, Minn., spec- and ordered at Chambers, at
asks. Were rights respected Did I havea Curiosities of Law.
my fwd others were behind a colossal trust, I i ial to the Tribune says: At a meeting of the .Orlando. 27th day of Jau-
Florida this
fair and impartial trial And be answers Omaha Man-Want to borrow anotherquarter. ,
which proposed to erect granaries and food I board: of trade, Wednesday, a reso-
himself that the had formedan ch You told A. D. 1SSS.L. .
by saying jurors 1 me some time
factories on the railroads leading into Chi. lution was unanimously adopted
i appropriat- BI:0OME.I .
opinion that his attorneys were not allowed were going to Washington to [ s.] .
; you get a job.TrampI .
cago. Young Gould said his father had ing $1U,000 for the relief of snowbound com- Judicial Circuitof
to define the terms of the law while i 1 there Judge 7th
\ went and applied for the I
nothing to do with any such scheme. He muni ties of New York and the New England Florida.

the prosecuting attorney was permitted to said he expected his father here early in i states, the same to be forwarded April 1, or job. but I couldn't i ass tLe civil service examinations. I I of the CircuitCourt
do and of the A. A. Stewart, Clerk
at said
so; rants testimony alleged They know
March. From the tone of his father's letters sooner if the communities raise the blockade. enough do hereby
I State
detective who entered the when it .. said County and ,
Dingenfelder to come in rain"What
be inferred that his father was homesick and Resolutions of sympathy were adopted and ; true copy
jail us a criminal to wring out a confession. expected to have been here early this month. copies of the same forwarded to the govern- job did you apply forT I certify that the foregoing a now oil
This horrible breach of faith he Fourth c1 aner'oC of original order of publication
was a says, i He has been detained in Alexandria by the ment of New York and the New England assistant congressional hand a nu
J and the little chloroformer works out an affecting j sickness of young Howard Gould who was states. spittoons. But you needn't be afraid to lend tile in my office. Witness my A- ,.
of the and I seal this"30th day of January,
practice in
story j stricken with typhoid fever while the Ata- ine money. got a job view
the false confession.The Unta Milliard Score Record llroken. I "Oh, you have? What is itl"I ISSS.
the Mediter-
I cruising through
affidavits of his previous character are I rancan. MILWAUKEE, Wis., Feb. 3.-In a match j "A man LJ to be tried for his life and I've .\. ,.\. STEWART Court.

I grasped at convulsively; they should have game of billiards: between Schaeffer and Car been drawn on the jury."-Omaha World Clerk of Circuit






I SHERIFF'S SALE. I Ludden & Gates' SGuniein Music House. I
Under and by virtue of an execution

Criup Gleanings Recent Noteworthy I issued out of the circuit court for the ,

Happenings and Events. I seventh judicial circuit of Florida in and \ I I ,

Herman F. Harmon, an uncle of Mrs j, for Brevard in a certain cause therein NEW FERTILIZERPrepared '

president Cleveland (her mother's brother), depending wherein Theo. P. Jenkins is O'ciall7.f L :

died Friday at Charlestown, Mass., of pneu plaintiff and S. Hyder is defendant. I the Orange and containing the several element necearyto i '

monia. have levied upon and will sell at public sustain plant life, viz : 1

Dr. McGlynn says he shall never return to outcry to the highest and best bidder for I I i 11i
the Catholic priesthood cash in front of the court house door, in I ,

Miss Lucy Davis Alexander, grand-niece the town Titusville. county of Hrcva rd. C Os 0 1 'This Fertilizer has been produced after years of study by PKOF. O. 1)F.i. l>nitToi.\t I f i

of Jefferson Davis, ex-president of the defunct and State of Florida, on the first Mondayin I The GrrntVltnJsnc Piano and Organ as being far superior to any high grade fertilizer on the market, and it is sold r. "

Confederacy, was married at Paris, November (the same being the 7th Depot of the oulti. The Ilea Place to bun; f at about one-third less in price. It i is made in two grades No. 1 is a preventive '
I I'iuee to buy The Safest
Ky., to ; H. Anderson, train dispatcherfor day thereof.) A. D. 1SS7. between the The Place CUeapest to bu}. A .HIL nili"clit Kecord; Over of root rot, and also destroys white ants and wood lii-e. "

the Kentucky Central railroad at that legal hours of gale, the following described j; 40,0(101'hulos.d Ur placed In oath. No. 2 does not contain this specific.For L

point. : real estate described as follows : ern Homes ruler tb7O.SAVASXAK prices and further information, address,

Rev. Father James Ryan, priest of St. Co- I Being a portion of lot three (3): ol section 'I I GA., Nov. 1st, 18S7. O. lcG. Iir.UTOI, nh'I'ln'IM'. l'ln. 'rJ

lumbkiH' church, Ottawa, Ill., has been npe I three (3) of township twenty-live Room for the procession. It's a longone. I 7 or JA?. McCOMIJ, JR., Titusville, Fla. ;,

pomfat bishop of the new Alton diocese. (2 i) south of range tnirty-six (3G) cast. I It's heal in Macon, and rear in I, ,
J edcut Foster, of the National Republican and also a portian of northeast quarter of I Savannah. 200 miles of wagons containing tS5av <. f\1 oj ,.

League, will be present at the Columbus the southeast quarter of section four (4), 40,000 Pianos and Organs told Ly L. & B. :. .1 C.t'W i h. G ; .
,. ._ .
banquet said township] and range in the county I S. M. II. since 1S70.Arr rUl/..Jr" i...1"'t..:' : !.ut,+nndrri.l CyRf .twosdthetwplsitionofptrtentiuuerrnte* ). II
David W. Judd, manager of the Orange of Brevard. Florida to-wit : The northeast 1'.IIo '::1..j.'";e, 1.. tiled to pia dice forthoe tsuubl..an.1 all Quurk,,

M. Judd company, died in New York, Monday corner of said lot of land i is located weiaearnest y Cortamlr Wo hell Pianos We are and a lar1"Organs hO\L in e. I .-r....,!,.,'!',".1: Jart..-;>e> a proportion"t full treat t' !a whose'im,. TakeaS'REFtxilrl'Tthatn.ts only aim.
with pneumonia.Dr. i'at a point on the west bank of Indian all We Southern do a t
H. T. Sutton, of Zanesville, 0., has River live hundred and thirty (;30 feet above fctatcmtLt is tot in the l..ast caargeratedholy H'.JiRIS'P OF. L:k." ; ';.t I\1. ''t\'Itt T'LtEC\i uriiiciinveDtrnrcinany w lh<enhnto u.m"Ioorcault"rain'. .'ou d"I; .
examiner vice A Pelted! ('err : : FOR on vriontifie medical princlpU't. flydirrtL
been apiioiiited jien&ion Dr. south of the section line dividing : .11.'JlJitr.Uranic
quarter built such ... .
have an t/ @pplWthe@eato/diea@eibcprcillc 't
ve ever up \ '''::1 \ '"virsTnnnROr3lid 1
Hold'n. deceaswL lots two (2)) and three (.1)) of e'tionthrl'o .::, h 'l '! Y -. .f' iur'irhtTPrsinmanj I. intluenccifcltwithuutdeley. The natural .
imr.lcnsctradc? enterprise,progressive .. ,... ... lOn.othe haman or nl.nU'f.t"'yd. The .
j t.t"-l lf matolreb..ll1n
L Bunker United States consul 3 '.l'j
I"j rob'n'O
Da' at u prt
'* (3)( ), and the southeast of ) I'
quarter I ,
We I Il"
methods and dealing. nHl and hnk
business square I P. t.rn Mt':1: bettimeachtedulandraPtdljRainabethttrta6thandhesaTo
has died of fever. l\iecru mienthPIl1th i I
Demarara, yellow the northeast quarter and the northeast friends. Y'c work '' ''lt f".1 I > '. :t'- -tn
Vines Hicks, Whitehall, III, has just quarter of the southeast quarter of sec- make for the"i o:.r take patrons them our into partnership, as it II i. t- n,I.: '::':r.I..'. < -.':d: ,a.x IP.:"i7oWure t X5.'n v,Ov6r-l3. Two H;.;i Slree, 57 :

celebrate his one hundredth birthday. He tion four <4)). said township and range ; I ': ..: ." ." ,ft" .. :.,". . vrcre, divide profits and actually give them ; : ; .' > :'ro IH and ecnro HARRIS REMEDY CO., HFTJ CHEMISTS fit
was one of five brothers who enlisted in the thence we t across said lot three (3I3(: I.theJl.c |I. their north. .p.\J, l',r-; tti. money's i
inoic war of 112 and served under Gen. Jacksonat \\et to the quarter section line I' t I
-- I'i6Jt
New Orleans dividing the northeast quaiter of tile Our L true Capital, our Spot Cash our lifetime
Fbrew duesa as buyers, our whole heft ptEEN. PA
Grace Matthews second e\ i ecur
Miss daughter of
southeast from the noithwe-t I ltJ'1
quarter in I iuu's: lia"r"ri '/ftarjiinj'.andthi.nvoWoii1fritule
Justice Stanley Matthews, and Mr. Cleveland qwute: of the southeast quarter of said I ,n onJ"VIll.llloor.. That's a way we have.

of Brighton county, Kentucky, nephew section four ((4)). thence south to the : Fall and Winter/ Bargains !887-88
! of Justice llarlan of the supreme court, are northwest corner of .\. L. and E. Ellatcli .

betrothed. s purchase ill said section theiievca"t : Summer Clo..intl-Out Sale over. Warrroomsrromlrd ', I'I
I New Instraueats.lumucn.epnrchasc -
with Miperb
James Rttlpath is recovering. lIe has line of said .
along tit north purchase I direct from I lutorits.Jreuter
written Louis E. Post as follows: "The ..- of .\. L. and F:. F. Hatch to the west I < Bargains than ever, lor Fall nail 4j9This

tors say I am going to die. I'll be hanged if bank of Indian Itivcr aid: line being I \\1lIt'r. 1SS7-SS.<- ftSSMgJ

I do until I see this thing through. four hundred and eighteen ((418)) feet from I Not retluctd prices and poorer instruments r pretert3aheslthylife. Jest tnchnltteas" omit'I'hroughoutitsvariousscenes --

Mrs. Hi'iidncks says that the monument to the line dividing lot three (::1I) from lot I but the same /<*" T>. ics and b {"ir SlImusethetutth'yuaSmita'ct kite lie ar.oaa .

her Lit husband at Indianapolis suits to a four ((4)) of said H'ctionthrl'e ((3): ). and the i instrument. CircnUrali.c fe1': tho "'(n.>y. f3JLE CSAMSpwrEfr the blood, by a.tfnsiti .
of her tUrectlp the JLIvcr, Shin mid KitTile runnel hotosrr-pfc:,
Jot. all rumors dissatisfaction to the promptly on .
noitheast: quarter of soutlieast qtruter. : Of our !o\-est-prkx''.1 1n.-trina'nts this i> neyn. TJ cy conbl of a vegetable coaihlualion that ptuel ifue, < f thin picture '
contrary not w ithstanding.A from the southeast quaiter: of the >ntheact specially trr.e. They: arc vast y l.upiu.-c.l Jinn no equal ia rii tlicnl science. 'F2wy raro:ottstlpaFe"t tWfl:1ri'lc.on receipt of. ICc. ia .

,Lii ForeiKiugh is lying ill of typhoidpncWllullh quarter of said section four ((4>I. 'I mIll we :!repro:. ul Philadelphia ngalntttillforms offtvertaclttlisraidfevergal! s toie .Nt. Louts. Ito.
I thence noitherlv along_ aid liver to ,. such bar_'ain- m napes, ,i.t well try. and liristit'ti dixeaNi Send 4 rents postage for a UHI-
Crimes nail Casualties place of beginning. Ht'.el''in.ami. ('\- I -- .-- plo pai-kasoaiid test the TICLTI1 ol tiliat ire say. Price, 25 rents per buttlr,
that of i:.r.t."ifr.I''-n ,;z"t rro- I stalled lo addrcsM, DOSE ONE 1SUAN. Noid druggist?..
cepting from the above paicel: Om52JO any postpaid. by j
At Memphis, Tenn., Will Summcrt Hie, aneihkocJear..oltl t n.l L -' MllVit.iO; piillll.I'WHt
touched land: sold by Stephen! llydertad wife loII.C. : t >n" full KI rears'-u:1.1 't '.;. r nli Lruirtauuettevery @7.L'. 61 'Z'ix t CO., PIICPKI2TO1W, ST. .c trxc 24310. <
boy, iv prostrated I waT" I'otnpkte na: it: riunSit-tal.ti'ibm.lcT-! I .... ....
May by de '.. h'arill.clate. April allrclke l.I ---
dejtiilight: wire with a piece of Loop iron, : edci r.laifX'iii-tiTu-U'A' -lxk poi ,
and was killed almost instantly.A :30, US: ,. and recorded in Book} l K of Hn'-: I On;: '23.'i i" I'J..\M). 'wa-tl-nfB'itful.I'sr'or!nh.fj:t r.iYj :.o ,.; .,;. :.(r ', ('l.
l: cli r's cas
horse va< simultaneously killed and yard Deeds} on page 20 ; eontainingtwentytwo I OHM \--t.:... trii-...-. .V f.int st.'lo. Thl.I-I1:'ULull. Land: Omen at ( ;:iines\. Fh.: \ /!< tin ( i.eufl ( 'fl/ld, Jl"f"tl;', ( irfltt!f
((22)) acii". inure or leDated (.);It:it O'Uljllir ::
electrified at Uulfulo :. Y. !
by getting .Jan. 12 1:SS. Fl/ft"1."t.
this 2Nt day ur'l't4 mhc'r. I "Ttl: S.5 O'KIA?;.-Two Fits r.. v1a. live J
tangled in a teleppone wire crossed
a Brush l ekvtru wire. The Jnver, Robert by j I A. D. 1S'7. I Ftrit.e V itnt'.S.. iiirae'n."j.'T..t..\iinntcaw.r..:1:1! .'ntl'1111ml'1's.tcndoiltop.liirn,--u. with: Contplnitit han;; in'cti entered at this In the! matter of the petition of J. T.

shocked the hues I rtsi. 1:1:11'1dur, hl\1r'.C ix'uk .,ltl alJ.i/h 1ue.t.Z'u : oflice l II y .Jossf J. lox a ain.t ( u)r Taylor wa. through and .
1 bheritl
E. II.
when he struck his prostrate horse with a of Urevard Fla. ( ,. .:.,'i':!.:j.N:I .::i r.a.-'.-;: ftr; :. F'ts..A'lP.ru.,.; .:,:.'ii.robl" .. Sutlierlaiul fur alMiHlonin-r his IIonleatead "'m. F. Itiissell, deceased, tu sell n.il

I whip lie but another shock that knocked him W.irimU county. l'U".i. C a..i'ttlt \:Le..,;i.l:. inttXo.. I-t::3x, elated May, pith, 1SSI 1, : state' Ix-lonjjinj to .Ii.ll'lottl.'.

sen'elA coljral man rushed! Liras .1. > j;'!TC 7. r' ,'i). c... r1.I'''. 111'.raru, of t'lc4 upon lot1 :L', :> anti} 4, M'l'tion :;0, townj To Swan P. Iltix ell, James .\. hhuseutlk.
j .
uj 22-5w ,
the horse, and was shocked to death. i PIi..titl.Ull"lIt"'v. r J: ?t. r'f :. ::.t.'a/:: .. Jll n:')' tlW.l VfL.t.l. j hip 'J4 south! range :;? eat in l.revanl a\id Y. ins ell, I.nI.' lI ivis, t.. h

An express train on the New York, Pennsylvania The ai :ve ale i i. p
I Ohio railroad was thrown from I. first JIo uday in December, the saute lieing ?:r i!-*".- :, to Fut; 'H t.t-t(.; .T..! |,::r ,:. Cv. : s'! of said \,.ntrtlu- sail nartii-s are i interested.Wlierejs.

tin truck at Steanibur station, N. Y., and I the ;th day thereof, at the -ame 1 plaet' : 'JO ,ler'-nt: t;(:!. h c.:1 l.i. '. I lienliy sUMinor.rd} to Ippl'lr :>t this itHUi .J. T. lktvis, a- inimi-liat
.. ''on! the loth: of Manh ISsS, at three'o'clock of the of Win. 1''. IlnsM-H, detvanfd
(tiu't-arwas wrecked. Four persons are re- I I and hour. "J. 11 I> HnLh..ritti! ,-, .. .. flay estate ,
I :'i.tNGti -( .th't' -7 : f
I pus toil kill'-d mid several others wounded. .\I' t1Hl.-'at.k, IC'Jt. ,'.r:.:", t-: 7. :_ '';,'. : i'.tn., tu ivsjKiml and itirnish testi- hi iiled his application to sc131br following
: Tire Mo'idaj night destroyed the raadencc i Tli<* above Sale is po.stp<"('(l until tilt' OIS.-YI.. ., :. ""r' .. .:.... 1, 1lHn c'tjfi.mini, said l alle;etl a'nmlonnifiit. : real estate U4onjin to said estate,

of (:c.'CJre D. Hill, three mile northwest of i! first Monday ill .Janu n'. l:s>. the stop'! Ray: :tnte, b-'J & t".i.-.'. to-\vit : Half interest in Lot No. sew,

Itolixar, :;. Y. Mrs. Hill and two small i I being the and day th'-rrot. at the saint'. Ilisle4 Tor:' ever 11n1: 't;: 1'. r.t 3 s. ('. TrcKii:. Jei: tcr.I section i1'iwpshipter! i'anue lo Mst oiF

. ciuMnti ia'rihttl in the flames. The house I i place and hour.I to $10, paid iu( ntJ:*;, vil Hx.r," as I .1. T. tJ. <1\WF li., lleeolvcr. lirevaid Co., Florida, containing fifty aces:
was huaud by natural gas direct from tha I I .1. l-:. Iio\VMAN. Elegant I n trum'nt. Testimony to he, to ken l hv II. n. ileR'hluM and also t'"l.'ntU'fl'" known a- the southern -

wills, and it is supposed nn overpressure i Sh.ri1r. X. P., (;,'tll- ;imt. Fla., on the onl {Mirtion of York Flues, lain in T WII-
....... .... .. ,. ,. ,
t-mi suddenly, the Cm I One prtr't'nil. T-- -- :" of March IN-.'. at lo oVltK-k a.m. : T t 41 Svvti 7 f-miting on
up causing Tw! aho\"f. '' if port].",:.1 hit..l i<. first Mda < is i'lai 1 ii"tus' i t:: i Nt',1: : t n't ': 't 1 at'r11S lay > ship Range >n ,
:.:anion Browning, at lIol'kins'iUt, Ky., m tl>iii.r>. l. "",t:it same Ir'ii'g the 't1, I.I' : ; ndo to ai v. V'.c :}:.7 r'': t :r,.'...:I.'r'. ,.,,. - .- --. ---- - -' -- Imlinn Hirer the south-east comer t-'iu-
Jut mil killel n weak iniailcd neighbornainv iLi r. tit. a: t:u: 1 1111" puce 1111.1 1t'.lt ThiS ap.irt' war. *i-- i IV1n i .i :\ \.j !'.i meneinj on si.l river thf'ice running

,I l."uis hlianks, whila tho victim ''nJ.'llt.ili !J. j.: U.J\n: \:" ril..r' l i ri ": !n','::, fi ', r... Hvrt\rn'n in pl'i't LANI OFFICE at Gainesville FIa.\ westwanl to the west hutch line tlK'IICeIIlIrthwanl.

; for tnl.orey. I Theal.e tk is .ned until ill, print rnl <'XI. t1y r'.tlrelt.rta'. '.1 !VI :r .r,T:atinnpivenim".rr"il thence eastwanl to the river, '
i .- ,1u1.'l,1SSS j
pii : c':'r t *fe rr. trxl. .
Tim... must wen killed It y an explosion 1 Burch 1SSS them : t'. ct' i try thence .sonthwani t-t !11t' first Monday in t < 1'ar.i-': l \'t. .U' ;'lui1 tu.i : U't-n tins
<.f yiicajnli.: : j II l>o ii; the! oth day thus .'of, at th, saint. of our Li.tire truJf! 4- '::'n-l/toir.:];.!.<.*." !:; '... CHKtv l br i'. S. Ailai.is a;aiii'-t Jost'1'1t ..1.m : and State, for di\i-i iun alutillt' the heirs t:.i i f

Am.irt.r J.'.uknine year-old (Laughter I I IIlitd. place and hour. ( m iaint". :or al atnloitti; his HonuMi-ail Entry -
tr"jr.f' said ctate.Now .
.. 1' ];< >\\IA\, Shcrill.te.'H .. rE rEjtrr'rr-Lt ': .:. chtl.,1 1 J'th' 1 Sro:;,
MoikLn, ut Havana U. from ',' flint'-, It..1 No. lll'it i: January '
a kick .. Ir* jn,5frr'mr' ] / f>i I this i is to command ;you and eaefi <.i t tyon
) -- 1,1 'tit' : /-7..T-1. ,". UiMIlI tlie hut : and wet half oi north-\\e
gi\ou her ClirL-taus day by her brutalfather. freiqt.i'1. : | the I .
JK'for tihdtrsijjmf'lCounty
,' to ear:
t\ r. lulre'nfn': <>n prir H" !>If'< ila ap|
c .,( i1.J 1.Ftia Lc quarter, .-ection 1 I. township'tartithranit' ( .J UlI "t' of Jin'\:".) C 'uun y. Florida

IVtiton ngt rs, of Cincinnati was killed t r' .r'lr.)\';"" fl JI.,_ r llutr'lt d Cttt'1''f"'. Lit 1\ it3i. J.PI r.. f a ryr l lSBUTUER J :;tt eau, in lievar! l i-or.'ity, Florida, with a ,I at his office at the Court house, in Ttu! s-

i by ai cxphftiou of natural gas at \nct l". \/'I+ .. .._1i III J.u I P.I:t 5, c'Jl1tnlltnl ,Ii !>i USiC 11ZUac. SWl;:!llh. ad.r \.; w to the! Uwl'liatilln ol sai ltntrthe J ville, Ff :la. on tht :th lay of ) :-
sill, fall : .f'-i .. ,.t'j':' lc 'a"s.lrtmcntofthc tiM:t; partieaie hereby sniiiiuonwl to ajiJH if hare
-- ---- .1.1). ISAS show
At llo|,kiiisviIK Ky., Marion Browning I '(;i-M.1 } hL"-'t (Iallls. l o h.Jl *"t 'ar at this ol'uv on the! 2>ti day of I to cause, any yon ,
j I t .,.: \ i: ; .; : ; why said petitionhoiM not granted,
shut a weak minded neighbor, Louis Chunks, "_iC-*"*. 7\.t ,Iii et. i1.I.Ls .r.J .S2CIJS II'- ..J"!,.. A .'' ''Ji'1 ; ,: \ :., .o.t. 1 March, I.XNS, at lo o'eloek .m., tu n"plln(11 l i otherwise i the: -hall betaken an .-oofesse -
r; ?\ v IIIU\.I.I:1. Niti: 'f without proyexatitVilliaai (+n. j I Sl't }'ii uiteeJ. Address. 1 ..J.r.f "". f.'ld "r : (U; ,.i'1'tiltr h' and furnish testimony omceminjj : I, and the ease !lie ali iw..l to ;'tee..d
list:!, a l':1nl.II"d ritt-"urg! : t r/\', /$ J ic.vwic :- r-KUMrii, ,j 1-.. ..--: \ '.I.lH:. co1tainir;' 'I.l\r slates .' alleged aannt. ln., shot his adored one, Miss Neva Everett, I ):M W JUouf inc, icy.THE eK ,'C' lketararinaofdifcteettrooter. .). T. ( i. ( 'U.\WFoHn, i.ctvtr.Tistimtmy : Given tinder mhn fl anti otfieisil ...,!
t'anuir,! tau N,..J, cold then killed lttuulf at : --------- ( .r-1':. prieestheynmwerlyandivhercto, 7 J el''ie !K. IL lun-hi! -ld, X. P., '
L :,1 :.: t."IY Clem. Di1'l'Ctirr.9'"Trnin'.er this 3lst day of January, .\. J>. 1HHHIMIXOK
the oii'u lady's houie. .i t'lt rr.')ii.i.\ Dons and breedJ.Ig 1'Z"rN.. lthie.iI .j 1 at Iteonrhna, Fl:.., on Thurstlay, March! ,
Jo'm: It.1''-, pit boss at the Lucy wine, Ne- ., SLOOP H8HES. "' +":: fur I.J "'en. AhoCuts of UURt1) Mh l>.s at lo Mok! a. in. I JOXES,
5.V '! :, .,J. 1''uraIihiD Gcecls cf 1':1: h .de. -1 _
:lUU-" Mich.. MJ into a shaft ) feet deep I I -- -- ----- -- t'uunty Jukg.
anti eoinmamled l.y .i'U A. -l. :" -""-. :.or:':t'I;. ,
ille.L "J'J --- -- -
was ii si.Mitiy i' .. !, .. L': : :! ---- -- -----
Of ( '_L '.t..o.
'IKm :.nu'-Toug. employed iu the glassworks CAPl'AIXJOilN McLKAN. ft :'..r1: 1'1i ter l'ake:i:rl POI l.'t.. 1':!. L.\\i Hrirnat: Cairn -nHIc. Fl-i. > .1 'f'C' r .

ut .a' .ilm's Ferry, O., was caught in : ', -1Ttt Y hUO I .. I JV %Ia:;.''; 1'0:1- it q"L K.'ltituy f. l.v-s. I'
the shafting, ta.il met. horrible death. Make regular trips nn Indian 1 liver.SIIK :lII'f'lurf'll plate; l'I'rH"h' >." ':1" .Ji'" Pursuant to an order hi ill" honorable
a 'r.! 11'srj all kinds .of fowls; d.s.ri't i'\. F'. XoUt-e i i. l Iwn'Yn'! given that the follow- Minor S. .lone. Judge of the County
r.uiiFs A rri.i. MTI-LY OK ,. ,
1 : .ni IIf thu lrf.'tds; bow to capocuc; I J
Cable "itarii .. tit.s fur ptltry 1.3'r intul ati'a 1-;' ;'j iiii-jiatiio settler lias tiled notice tf hi* Court. exercising; pmljate jurisdiction in

Or'l'.'IN have been Mj-jd l y the Italian I 4J1'Ce1'iI: )r v ( ; ()O1 N 't I i8"ti.H":1 lataS d bit'ti, and soct R'ert( rt! t.T P S.Loy;.O y.;'";:f\. { btc.utiull: to make t tinal proof in support and l fur IIre\an! cot11tFlurista., mode

;mc:imictit for the transformation of army x'.12t'ta rJCi+. .I' t' .itlil. .. t\ct fur 1; (.'utn. \.4h I If' I td'lus el.iiiii. nail! that sail proof'will he on the 7th day ,,f January, A.I. isss.lu

1 1 ride iwicli.Ki.iuuaala'1, into repeater* with nil possible dis- ;; Hats, Boots and Shoes, \' -.;l.-:7": .: \".; -.:...; ..r"., ,!:-:'iC;:1'.r... :. !, -. 'a 'i };,'orl., I I 1 cost made Cotnt.t f'fuJ"tPWlft at Tiru'villt Fla.. dcik. on Tuet-Hr1 the in Urevard matter ot(lUlty.an application of Frank tn Smith sell law deeea !*-

election for tlu' u i-,r.J cluuuIvr Lathe: shoe- in greatvarietyl'riotIflew : ., f. ) lfsnrntneeifhoi11 C'. !'it-F.. ) J.J.Ur. tley; Man-li 2Tt!>. ISv S, \i/ : IIanenkenil. <* c'(1. to pay the debtof aid Frank

"'-ut.d in the return ?f forty-three pattern at low prices.E2sJjmai3 fl .; 'al': t. >\ P.iiiu I'.each. I). S.13. for Smith, decea-ed. notice i- hereby given

);'IW1"Um'ut and eihteea c1'p-\.jtiou enniti.teS. I I >.; : .., : tin1 east hilt ot tiMrth-wi'-t (quarter and that I \\ ill. a% the administrator of said
t I btd, tr.1 t..r 1'l a.--o an.f ir' "' l:1t" '
Cl-jitiai\ Me! AriiciesFor of Sec. ;J5, .
I I. .u e their eu, lrn v t' r.'1 and atnr4 ls i eat hall ot -ouih-ea quarter e-tate. on Monday, thl.jhfa\'uf March,
The I ("P cross :A\1'\Y.. All clx ut l'arrutG. 1',:',_:,.t l uth. .1:'Ie.ist.IIo i
sn >;iiu. in the lower of the G : I Town-hip Rulge tthe Ilonurabte'Iinor
part *r- ; .\.I>. 155S. apply
> ::1'" :.,:. .. mail keCS tinJo, c+a ;. a.c. ::::i '.1 t'l
mall n.lriu"es larynx has slightly in- : ('CJ.2b. '.he f.to: }o..klv t't.. 1 natiuth<- llo\\inj| ; uitwses to ;. .!ont'a. .Ind:e of aid ('onnn'. fur an
Ti-ax.l and interfere somewhat with his i j l- the ea-.i Hllh'-Vf l' l ASSOCIATED r:tiC1!!2;, [ piove hicontiiiuoiitfsideneo upon and order ('mpnwt.rin; and :atitliori/in; pie to
n'piratw n when lie exerts hinu'lf. There Match l.>. '<; im. *)tah4ishthStrttitPLi..delhaI's.] Min\ato.i! of :aid 1 land: viz : l:. .1. ( 'on- pell the taints in re\ard I ('otlllt\. Flor l
IS UII iiMiuvli rte prospect of an ol r.ttiOlL .I .. --------- rad-on.: E. 1't'v'roil. A. ). Field and It. ida Known as the d rant Farm I'lare. :.".

It is :t :: ',! that a Froth, Belgian and ::, '"Z01."JJ ..l !1"/1.Ir'l, .' Tieid.all of I.tk"urth.. Fla. the Fort Pierce IM.iee. lUd l\vliicli are

natcti s> i.uu-ate has agreed to negotiate a ..', <\. ., ..,' ,.'N.. 'ifi.. //.' .' T ), 42 >. r. Tn'KKK. J:.-i4f.'r. more partieitl-irly: ire-,eribed. follows :
\ i
Russian l l--a-i tit .jO, The h-thuu in about ., 'f"S '-- fu 4"J L :. T{l.': l'lare.urtl
Abywinia are to occupy ; \. \:' t r .;.. ':.\ ,.:' m. L"Jones' as rant"* Farm more particularly -
:. ant may son advance further ? The (.>nr.tJ ulbc. the Clerk of the I described as lot one. sectionthrw.
in1ar.d. i fil" t. :
Tho I ; 'i r:... ,/1\ 0 'Chcuit CVnrt :m.l the Sheriff fir the I to".l1ship thirty south. ruige tlurtyei -
( .. r .
i'rmttllUiaistt.'rof war has demanded I, V"ito.t' .:,... ," .. f'V' ( .t' Point.55 ''t'unty ot IJre\ar i an-1 l State of Florida. eight ( containing forty-live stud
an inc.-va- the staff i.f the landwehr olli- :-.".' '! : "" ''i"ii\ : 50-100 acres more or IC''Fjut four inI
oflico in the
:: > will meet at tinClerk's
<*', mute nvruits. and more ri1le ', .- .' .'
: J :" I section thirty-four township twenty-
The .t, t.. 'if Court IIt.ti:e in Titu-ville, said county I
will of Thomas tech manufactcrtr In. htea .
Jessop, : I ninth orth. ratine thirt- <: ('on-
of bliediU, England, disposes of an \ hWWK rt f.1'1 ,*J ut.or ; ; I; A. Pon.-xoc-t P1aco. ami Sftte at eleven clock.< SaturdaylVlirtwry !! taininixtvfonr and.jfJ-100 acremore
I 1). ltv drawthe
-tii. A.
thi- l to
estate valued at iiV: )(;,(kj, largely in or le', and the noithea-tqnaiterof the
fifc k l'fciTu'j' ,: : / rjf'tf-:" ; I l ;
I ;
\uwri< jrrandunl petit juror- to serve at 1 three.
and of section trwn-
? !S>a il oetter tban ever, should L* in thehandfererr i north\\e-t quarter
Cardinal Manning says that Socialism rersoD'ont..mt'llung buying SI HEALTHY the nc\t regular; grin: term of the Ciricuit i ship thirty -onth. ran e thitty-eiyhtoast

teals to ivntraliaition, and that labor undergorenrnent 1!, Dill DULud 3O M hi Lrlil APJTC I Vi tains os Colored Plata A HOMEon C'onrt Scnth Judici-i] Circuit. I:i CCJlltaillill' forty-eight acres more fir I Ie*# ;

control would create a gloss : Illustrators and nt-ar'y 150 pats,telltn State ')' Florid i.:l. to :be holden in and for ''1 and also that piece or parcel of land in

Political inilueiuv.PREMEDITATED. srhat prices to for buy honest and roods.where Price to get of itud GUIDE nuninjll.\Ht only 10<>cents! the county lit i Urevanl l on the liUh!) day !, said county and State known as the

inelu slug a Certificate good for 10 cents worth of beedi Indian River. of March.: .\. I I.. 1 Fort Pierce Place :and de-cribed as lot
TRAGEDY. J.\.JllS ltochclilter 1N, Y. Take notiee and he governed accord ;,j four section ten township thirty-live

.\ Missouri tan Murder a Young Girl and ., in:. .1..1. TEW.\ltT. .' south range forty east.containinjr ixtI }'-
Kill Himself. I! Clerk of Circuit Court. !I four and 00-100 acres more or les : thoi

Sr. JOSEPH, Ma, Feb. IS.-A frightful G. WIESER Fine Front Lot comin'iiiiUnii n clew By II, F--:tkiu-m. Dcr-ut i entire acreage of all the lands menlionwlj
tra?(*!> occurred yesterday morning on a j I j being two hundred and lourteen and
stock miles the river high .nIJnls1z'anrnnd Guardian's I j W-luO more or lc-> ; for the purpose ot
farm six miles south of Stewartsville, t \: of forty of ,
the debt* of the decedent. FrankSmith.
a.small town twenty-eight miles east of this iBoots & Shoes 1o1Cr. paving
CIty. William Ball superintendent of I| and dry ; for health and a; shown by the schedule attached -
the farm, shot and instantly killed Miss Elva To a1 wl/rllli if lftl1 COIiFP'fi. I to the petition tiled herein, and all

Everett, daughter of the proprietor, and : eauiy it cannot Leexcelled. Take XlIt l.tl:1t: six JIIonth' after date'.t other debts which may be properly

then killed himself. A few months ao Ball I MADE TO ORDER.Repairing : I will apply t'> the Honorable} MinorS. Il'ro\'cl\: charges against the estate of

asked the girl to marry him. She refusedand i i i June-, County .Judjreof I'revard County, said Frank Smith.I .
told him not to mention the subject : Florida, for my tinal discharge from my P. SMITH, Administrator
her againYeterday Neatly Done ; admini-trutorslup of the estate of Sarah. 3S-4w ofthe Estate of Frank Smith.

F. Woolirdecva tdand from m uan1im-
morning he requested a private ,
interview and upon her refusal shot her. In leather or rubber good Large Lots at Reasonable. PricesWritetoCAPT.R.A.HARDEE. 1: ship of WilliamVoolfT, late an infant, Police.

The girl's mother fell prostrate and is now : but now of full ape. To all ichwi It may concern:
deliriou baud this 2nd day of February, A. I).
Sunday Ball wrote Miss Six month. after date: I will present to the Honorable
Everett's father, who is in Kentucky, and to : I have a stock of FINE SHOES, selected 1S>8.I Miuor 8.Jone*. Probate Jadjieof Bretird Co.

his own father who resides in southeast Mis- i i to meet the wants of the JAMES M. P. POOL, }1a..PIT final aramut and vouchers of the eaUt of
,1 JOBS MOORK:, drce+ed of gaud county, and ask
?un, telling him them that he intended to Indian River I Administrator of the estate of Sarah F. for final discharge all administrator of the Raid

kill the girl and himself. The father of the j Shop on Main street, next to "The Fair." I Woolff, deceased, and guardian of eat.iny te. PHIMAHD. Wros Adiu'r.

girl owns a stock a farm of 640 acres and is TITUSVILLE. FLA. City Point 1*. 0., Fla., i William Woolft'; a minor. Titurrtlle, Ha, January 19, 1JW8.THE .

one of the ;leading stock raisers in this sec- I .
t10n of the country. i





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SPECIAL COL-L'M.V. Tuesday was St. Valentiue's day; did -Captain C. F. Fischer unfurls the I FOR SALE. i; Indian River

i you get one, comic or sentimental? I| Danish banner to the breeze every Sunday A tract of land on IndianRiver in the j II Bakery
" Local AdverticuiK insetted in this column for fire countof Urevard consisting of SS j j
cei.tr per line each insertion No dirge made for -Capt. ,,-. F. Staten, of Georgia, wa | in his fine yard on Julia street. :lcrt's-- bein:: lot No. 3. and south halt' wash.nxtnn 3rrnae, a

!"jII4 than -D cent a guest of Dr. Wiley last week. iAn j i of the northeast quarter of section 35.1| TITUSVILLE, :FLORIDA. s
ORANGE TREES FOR SALE. :3 beinu the southwest ,
and lot No.
-Two 10x12 Wall Tents are offered for excursion party of fifty from j quar- Fresh Bread, Cakes and Confectioner
of the northwest of section
ter quarter
Fine Buds in stock. '
Sale, cheap. Apply at this office. i IJewelry Pennsylvania" ited Indian River Tues Grown on Healthy high pine land. same 30, both in township 31 south. rane 30 Coc untiy, on hand
I IArchdeacon IJOSTON. ( I (
desirable of !, 1H.JI.nlXD
This is piece
I day. east. a very
for Sale. = Stock | in. in diam., bud 1 year, $15.00. hammock soil of rich quality, suitablefor MILK BHE.1.lH:
LADY'S RING, set with 2 Diamonds, 1 --- Carpenter was here yesterday i" 1" 25.00. the raisins of all tropical fruits. Is TO OKDEK T

Pearl], and 1 Emerald ; Lady's Ring, set and held short service in the afternoon ) a 1" .". 1" 35.00. situated at the Narrows, near Enos post- Parties. Bt'.l. II iHe ratl'fd for with
with 2 Rubies and 1 Diamond ; Lady's 1 t" 2" 4500. cure and attention. Atltr**". Non-Int<>flcatuif cirri
i office. Will sell cheap for cash. For
Healtb diving Ike-r.- {'U. b.. '
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Ring, ft with 2 Diamonds and 3 Pink And Villa Franca Lemons. w.
Coral Stone ; Lady's Ring! pet with 3 -Friday night the "Mikado," and Prices for large lots can be had upon particulars address: E. M. LOW. Special Prices for Hotels,Restaurants,Etc.

Rubies, 3 Emeralds and -4 Diamonds. Saturday night "La Mascotte," at Wager application to Sept. 3. Brockton, )1"*.. AL.TREE, ..roprlt lor.J. t
Also a Gentleman's Ring, set with 3 Hall. I W. II. ADAMS, Eon Gallie. -
s I .
1'1lTCII.\ltD.l're'o llt.'llt.
Brilliant Diamonds. All 18 carat at
large gold and genuine stones. Owner,havingno The afternoon train, on Tuesday, Lake Worth Town Lots. J. S. McGlasliaii, i U" M. imoWX.Ct.hier. C''

further use for them, will sell at half from Jacksonville, was nearly two hours INDIAN

their cost. Rings may be seen at the late. I The undersigned have quite a numberof TIN AND SHEET IRON WORK! RIVERBAKI .1
FLORIDA STAR Office, Titusville. good lots in the new town of Lake ..
-Dr. Benson, recently from Iowa, but iVorth. We will purchase and improve Tltu*\'I1.e. Florida.A .

CALL on A. V. Hiscock, Georgiana, now permanently located at Titusville, for parties at a distance. Done to Order on Short Notice. GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS Td,(. 1
Indian River, for river fronts; terms are PORTER & PUTTER and : 1I
has become a.partner with Dr. Dixon in Roofing Guttering a Specialty. SACTED. I
easy for ca.-h to settlers. School and General Real Estate Agents, !
the store. TIT" YILI.K, }'L\. 17A Exchange: Lought and sOM.
Church at hand, mail and transportation drug Lake Worth, Dade O, Fla.nOYL. prompt attention given collection jxcial;. Loan and t
facilities daily, mail steamer touches both -Mr. G. :M. Masruder has sold his val I I ITllT"ILl.E. negotIated on first mortgage for >&aTion
The is healthful, elevated Ilanks Corporation ami Imluitluul Inter
daily: place FUOM'HER
ways and pleasant. uable property at Rockledge to a partyof 1A.. est allow t.l on time deposits.S1OOOOO .

northern capitalist He will retain |i. TO LOANOn
LOCAL L. COXICS.The the management of it however.Mr. 1
Keeps full supply of metallic and wooden First-class Real Estate.Advances .
Coombs, of Minis, has returnedto
STAR is $1.50 per annum in ad- Boston, Mass. As he took an active Coffins, Cases and Caskets. i I made upon available collateral.

vance. in the society events at Minis, he I Appioi ttl business paper discounted.
part Funerals attended if desired. All .
I orders Drafts on all parts of Europe.I
down the river
Mr. Carl Curti"
will be greatly missed there. promptly executed, and at rea ona- I I Uu-ine lone at Jacksonville rates. I
this week on his place near the S rrows. Capt. J. Q. Stewart and Mrs. Stewart rates. Embalming done. -2 I I Ker>- favor, COnSll'tl'ntItb sound It

-:\{McFadden, jun., ol Eau Gallie, have returned from Middle Florida, and ( )Wt I ____ : banking cheerfully extended.
i COImE'o: PONIIENTsIankofJaeksonville
was in town the end of last week. Mrs. Stewart i is now stopping with Mrs.A. j f1 A. M. Hamilton & Co., ?I;I JatksonHa..; The seaboardational! ,
I 1 Hank, New York. *jIBAYVIEW
-Extra copies of the STAR may A. Stewart while the Captain is down c t'=
: "',
always be obtained at Gray's newsstand, the river. : < : COTTAGE
: ,
Wholesale Dealers in
J. M. Dixon's drug store. Mr. and Mrs. J. Thompson, of Minneapolis INDIAN RIVER

-Mr. Harry Papworth, of the firm of Minn., are spending a few days Indian River Oysters I. ACcormodatr.liU 'kt.durluc the tyii.ter, .S &SOB.

,,-. J. Hill, of Sanford, WAS in town last here, stopping at Palm Cottage. We received Tern: Low.
lioatiu;.' ji.(1 Bi'tiit.p Locatlo'tJ. Rear tl e tuovtik
week a very pleasant call from them of the M s>rbji>t.Lili, i* Litca lore
FISH -lleEt Hm,tit ., '1'-i i :-1.:i.c.
-Miss Riley, of Boston, Mass., is enjoying ye-tcrday. AK1N0POWDER

a visit of a week or x with her The railroad company making( some Green Turtle and Game ; ..\cldn';s : 1*. Holler, Micco, Fla.

cousin, Miss Fischer, of this place.We improvements here by putting up a building ... :
I All orders will receive promptand careful at.
beg to draw the attention of our to be used as the express: office, also tention hither by telegraph Lake Worth & Jupiltr!: U.S.1I1 Ret,
letter IT
or person.
readers to the advt. of \\-. II. Adam, of more platform room for freight at the I

Eau Gallie, who offers orange and lemon depot and at the end of the wharf. Passengers Carried Daily to the head

trees of first-cla.v brands, at low price -Mr. W. ,\-. David, who has :acted as TITUS HOUSE of Lake Worth by hack, and from thereby
boat to am. point on the lake.
-Mr. Gto. M. Magruder was in town observer at the Signal Station for nearly Absolutely Pure.This I. -

on Tuesday evening, returning from a three months, went to Sebastian yesterday powdernevc-rx. .\marvel of purity Titusville Indian River, Florida. I Alvin Hendrickson Proprietor.
l wholesomeness! More : ,
visit of a week or so at his Oak Hill to start up a new station at that than the ordinary kimls. and cannotbe :..

place to Rockledge. place. Mr. Hersey now has, charge; here. sold in competition ith the multitude of &:. II. PIKDY, I'I opl-ietor. Over 6.000.OOO PEOPLE USE
low test, holt weight: ulniii or phosphate I
Vann has been in town powder :sold only in call R Ry'ts EED5
-Last afternoon rain
-nllt. I Saturday a Uoyal Raking iWdt-r o. 1W Wall-st., X.Y. Large Airy Rooms! ; Excellent Cui I
for the past few days, and has his yacht, squall of great violence came down from ------- -- --- --- --- -- sine. : rr J 44 .,J D.M.FERRK4CO.

the Minnehaha, hauled out for slight repair the west and did i considerable damage:, I i Largest are admitted Seedsmen too the
PALM COTTAGE Thisellknovn House is now open \ .
?-. but did not aggregate a great pecuniary for the reception of guest I D.mFE'BT&COSi
-The railroad advertised loss. During a of a few minutesthe i nlwat.. '''>>-'pi
company space TITUSVILLE, FLA. --- ------- -- i ; I u.
special rates to Sanford this week, but rain came down in torrents nail the I .:' SEEDANNUAL

up to Tuesday evening ticket agent; Gil- wind llca out 30 mil('-. an Lour. A Sfs Lucia House .. ;.. .
Reasonable Hates Pleasant Location. r
For 1883
Kin had not received any excur-ion I small building, owned Ly )Ir. Viiison. :! I e"I 1 I/" vinbeEuiMkFREETOALL'
tickets or instructions. was blown off its: foundation ; a large Near Grand View Hotel. l\ ..1 "'" I', )
I and
:I I \ applicant
kitchen 12x21 owned } Mr. Gruber. INDIAN RIVER FLA. V. to last eaa>aa'!
by ,
During the rain oa last Friday, Mrs G.Y.. Mackenzie, Proprietress. I .. customer*without
about mile from town was blown offI : crderuc it..
a ,
fall of hail "
about noon, a flight: wa no- I Z InvaluabletoaLE"et7
ticed hi this section. The hailstoneswere its foundation and twirled nearly half Having ln.cn furnished i is, now opened person usm*

I I around ; e\"erallofit dragged their anchors AI HE\/\'/ & USEFUL DIGRESSION. for guetunder the managementof j fCardervFleldo'Flower Mo4fc'
very small and only lasted for a f ; its old proprietor and ?SEEDS A4JWM
and drifted in the channel, while a
minute or two. 'I owner. i D. M. FERRYiCO.DotroltMICh_
blind on Mr Wilbur's house, on ..
I L.iall < t. i.ij rtotk \Y.Iot.h. 'h Ci''t.k
-\lri.: S. Gardner of Savannah has .
been on a visit of four week at this I t Main street, was carried nearly twenty I il'l.ih'l'Yt'.lh'ill.WarJo-, ., fctic1\\ -r\ .te.. ol: acanplrt.'lite.dfentily Cuar-,!Cuarette: lo-- Ja si. [Paine. JProp..St. I A. I.. Hatch & Son,
j feet by the wind. One or two terra-cotta b.and ripes; a tullM-tioti of Fat-cj Good*. Tf>". I i'I' 1-'o 1\
place, stopping with her daughter, Mrs X.>t. i chimney Hue were blown down, and the >tAtiiu*>r\ sod an a-...>rtii.titt Jf randy .an! Couleeti -
Birnbaum. She returned to Savannah -----------
"ur} ; S.-or. p.t'krtandLtblr1'utiery; H.n. DRY GOODS NOTIONS
I of the whirlwind which
center path ,
last week. ine dl..pbH',1 for dboat iu> New More, Tti'a.lrthtt.ln -. ,
.\\.'iiiiTitus>ill.', you are re-p-ct ,
north of this twisted
passed just place, I
fully invited t"call ami exaiuui-- triP t>am* to ak-fy
-We are requested to announce, by |i Hardware, Crockery.} Saddlery,
and fell the pine tret's in itsj path from \ftursflf as t< prle.and nu.ilit wLithtron buyor I
the tax collector, that the tax book will m.tATil! ULP\IUING: A .sPE<"l\LTY. I i I Stationery. Family Medi-
west to east. We h:11Je.rrl of no Latest apiTi' Iii-trnnii'ut'* au.} Tool-, and ::tivearti )
A New Business House in fine location
a '
March. cines. Garden C-tJs.
the !
positively: close on firstdayof boat jractK being capsized. for .cleat- a bargain. Call on
but-iii1 I -iliailj'tr iio p.iii-takin to please as
Therefore take notice and govern yourselves j to artiolfs and pro e< or IJepiiriUt:, and. HOPE TO | CHOICE GROCERIES,
-- ---- MERIT A FAIR !H\hE OF TOt K PATH-: \GE.
accordingly.Mis i PIUTt'lLf.EET..
I I "'. ('. ('. URAXMXG. j j Hay, Corn, Map s Fertilizers.
Edith Altree, of Sanford, arrived Florida Immigration A"'v of ia- I 13tf Titusville. Fla.,

here last Friday afternoon, on a lion.ROCKLEDGI I CITY 1'OIM' 1"I.onJl.

visit to her sister, Mr*. Rental! We :, Feb. nth, 1S' I y HOWELL TITUS. -

welcome Miss Altree to Titusville once I ROBBINS & GRAHAM
To the Editor j Thf Florida Star: I ,
more, and are pleased to note she will

remain in Titusville for some time.Everyone I enclose a letter from Mr. E. B. Van I Pool & Billiard Room I I -- --- ........._!, ---
Deman, general agent of the Florida Immigration ,

and come who tin liar way visited speak the highlyof SubTropical A ociation. He manifest' an f j MAIN STREET, I REAL ESTATE BROKERS & LOAN AGENTS.

i interest in our section which we ought to j TITUSVILLE FLA.Sole
Brevard's exhibit and her courteous .
appreciate. We have had only one j ..r:,--,..- .
representative, Mr. Wingood. We only meeting since the organization and that i Agent: in this section for BROWN'S::; J':

wish tint: Brevard Day could come next V85imply for the appointment of corn- i GiNENCw" TONIC-a Delightful and exhilarating LANDS BOUGHT AND SOLD.
week while the President is at Jackson .
ne"erage.lway*on draught.Try
mittees. I have a number of letters I
ville. It would have attracted a great for the pamphlet, but not one from every j! it.DON'T. Loans Negotiated on First Class Security at from 12 to 24 per cent.
from this section of the State.
many section as we i should have awl no jun -Mr. II. B. Plant, of the Plant rail- You can publish this if you like, and i AB.NING-. cent. in twelve month-

I road system, has chartered the steam also the enclosed letter calling the attention BE fCEIVED. >> BY COMMISSION Residence lot:; in Titusville from 820 up to S1UOU.IIu .

yacht Cleo for several days trip up and of the County President to the I l lots from 82-jO: to 82/: ;(().

down the river. No one here, of course, matter I pood-' at hon.e. F' r highest prrt fLip them to

knows Mr. Plant's i ideas in visiting the We had better do something in thi I C. E. PONTIER & Co., I P. 0. Box 2oO Titusville, Florida.A. .

!l river just at this time, but we are led to line or drop the matter altogether j Orlando, I'l.i., box a-J7 : or Tan iii. FI.i.,
box 30.
r believe that it i< in the interest of something I GRAHAM.
, connected with the syndicate he Clerk Circuit Court. Law. .!. l).
represents.Messrs.. Secretary Co. Association. ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND i Atty. at -

flit 4'T', Green Salted I'

h calf, prominent busings men of Adrian, Jacksonville, Fla., Feb. 4th, 1S3?. HERON PLUMES I

Mich., arrived here lat Friday to spend Dr. W. L. Hughlett, Rockledge, Fla. AND BIRD SKINS OF ALL KINDS i <'olu..lehIJOtjh'nets of Title furnisSicc! to all laud I" *Jrt"county
} several weeks on Indian River. Mr. I : yard Florida.
Dear Sir-In of .
one my conversations bought in "a-on. Quotations sent o"i application.llferi.
Stebbins has spent many winter seasons I .<.e :-Fir-t National Bank <.t lainj For i I,
with the commissionerof
: theSuVTropi- further informal rail ou or adJre-a C. E. Titles Examined and Perfected.
r on Indian i River as well as in other part cal from Brevard county, he tated to FuNrIE: It CO Oritudo, Fla.. Box a: .; .

.i of the State, this being his favorite re- me that you were engaged in editing a or Tampa Fla. Box So. ;,:,-Sm ; Box 250, Titusville, Fla.
I treat. The party started down the river
be i iued -
pamphlet designed to by the -
Monday with Capt L. M. Gardner, and Brevard County Branch Immigration i GRAND VIEW HOTEL \ WE CALL THE ATTENTION

expect to be gone about 30 days.We Association.I; I !

b had the pleasure of a call from would be pleased to know how you TITUSVILLE, FLA. Of the people of Indian River to our stock of Good,
which we are offering at close .
Dr. F. II. Houghton Columbus, Ohio,' are progressing and how long before it ; -0- make a specialty very of

t on Tuesday, who had arrived on the will be ready for distribution. I will The most centrally located Hotel in City.

be afternoon train. Mention was made in also thank you to give me any informa- .

our columns a week or so ago of Dr. tion relative to the interests we repre- I NEW HOUSE.-0I FIRST-CLASS- IX i i Groceries Grain Hay and Flour,

intended visit to Indian ,
Houghton's sent, from your section ; how many mem- EVERY RESPECT.

i River, and that he would devote his bers you have, and, if you can, tell me On which we will give special inducements. We carrv a large stock of .
Open all the round. Table Unsur-
:" time to his profession as dentist. He why the branch has never been fully passed.year Bath Rooms Free. GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS BOOTS AND SHOES, HATS AND CAPS, ETC.,
will old friends Point this
visit at City organized. to
! :; Rates, S2. 0 & $3.00 per Day. Which we are offering at low figures. Those needing shoes will find it greatly
week and will office in Titus-
i open an Very respectfully yours,
their interest to give us a call as we are selling shoes very low.
ville next Monday Tuesday when he E. B. VAN DEMAN I SPECIAL RATES PER WEEK.
or We will be pleased to quote prices at any time.

I will be prepared for work. General Agent. J. MILLER, Pi-oprietor. E. L. BF AT-vy d3 :aa.O.:


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