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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: March 1, 1888
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note: Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note: Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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VOL. VIII. : TITUSVILLE, FLA., THURSDAY, MAR. 1, 1888. XO. 45.



At half past eleven the Rockledge his honored guests. A collation had been Dr. "". L. Hughlett's present to Mrs. STATEEll'S..

stopped at Mr. G. S. Ilardee's wharf, prepared, and was tastily arrranged in Cleveland, with compliments of his little I _

Our Guests. where the party landed and held a recep- the handsome dining room, but, owingto daughter, consisted of a basket contain- Sanford is to be thoroughly drained.

tion under the shade of several live oaks the late hour and an unexpected delay ing orange buds, blossoms and fruit, The Palatka street railway does not

in front of his charming residence. A while there, caused the party to hasten showing all stages from the first appear- materialize.In .

goodly number of Indian River people back to the steamer. Mr. Lee called a ance of the bud to maturity. Putnam county the hunters still report -

here shook hands with the President. The score or more of willing waiters, and People from all the adjacent towns and indifferent success in the field. The

people were very enthusiastic, and warm- loading them down with trays of good villages, as far Melbourne, were present partridge crop has not been a full one ;

The President on ly welcomed the party into the beautiful things, sent them to the steamer Rock- to see the President and his wife. this year.A .

grounds of Mr. Ilardee's place and into ledge, where the steward and stewardess, Secretary Whitney, with his vivaciousand Fort Mason club of forty-nine members -

his magnificent orange grove. Mrs. Cleve- under the direction of Captain R. P. Pad- I lively disposition, wasa favorite with has been organized to work in that

land picked the first orange from the la' dison, arranged the )lunch in exquisite everyone he met; also his charming wife, town's interests for the county site at the i

Illthallleer den branches, which was "followed in st.leon the tables of the steamer's dining who is fully his equal in this respect. election March 10. .

suit" by the others of the party, while saloon. The party thoroughly enjoyedthe
The
President Cleveland was certainly born contract for building the bridge
Mr. Hardee peeled one of the finest oranges repast.
under a lucky star; so pleasant and successful between Fairview avenue and Seabreeze, std
in the grove for the President in The President expressed: himself as be-
I a trip in every minor detail i is almost at Daytona, has been awarded to Von f,'
a la Florida style. One variety of Mr. ing highly gratified with the reception "
phenomenal. It certainly will induce Ebenstein at a trifle over $,000.
Ilardee's oranges will hereafter be known everywhere tendered him, and said that
him to visit us again. Next time J. F. Dent, of Gl'unl'uunt Ga. whois
The Presidential Party Enjoy- strictly as the Cleveland orange as the in seeing Florida he had carried out a } ,
he should make a stay of several day interested in the cultivation of ramie
,
President with desire formed The most Southern
was extremely pleased -
years ago. lie would then find out what real enjoyment was in Jacksonville Mr.
ing a Grand Trip that one variety. After this the party State in the grand nation over whichhe Friday. Dent t
is. has already sent roots and of the
walked for a half mile along the river to presides i is not by any means the smallest plants
Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Lowden of Titus- ramie to parties near KisMinuiee i
City
the Hotel Indian River, where they were in the estimation of the Chief Magis
ville, presented Mrs. Cleveland with a with which to test the possibility of the
received by Mr. J. M. Lee, the propri trate. The day's he voted :simply: perfect,
rare collection of sea shells, no two alike. ; successful production of this valuable
Titusville to Rock Ledge and Re- etor, and welcomed by music from the and in a dissertation on the grand cli- I 1
From They were placed in a natural basket of fibre plant in Florida.
hotel band. The party photographed mate, with which the State has been I
turn Last Friday a Grand Jubileefor :sponge, which was brought from the Stanley Fletcher, editor of the Jacksonville
on the veranda of this building, and Col. blessed, and the balmy and bright blue t.
the Whole of Indian River. Lamont got in his order first for the pur- skies, together with the other attractionspossexed waters of the gulf stream. This basketwas J\V)(W/mzW, who has been vervill Off l

chase of several copies of the pictures.At only by Florida, he was warmly of curious formation-of sufficient for two weeks past, has resigned the
firmness to be handled, and was very position, and will return to New York
the formal reception which followed, seconded by his beautiful wife, by Secretary as
When the news arrived here lat Wed all the guests of the Hotel Indian River and Mrs. Whitney, and Colonel I thin. Mrs. Cle'elandpprecilted this soon as his health permits. F. W. Hawthorne -
present very highly, and esteems it as a } an experienced journalist and
Heyday afternoon that President Cleveland were introduced to the President and Daniel Lauiont and his wife. All: were ,

and wife, with several others, would his party by the genial host. May not simply delighted with the \'arictl'xpcrienees -i memento of her trip. who has beenl'Onnl'cted with the Vtu 4-

ti-it i Indian River on Friday it was the many guests who were stopping thereat of their trip, and all expressed a The stars and stripes floated from many Herald- since its birth, i is now managing :

hardly believed by many that the news the time have reason to congratulate desire to visit at some future day the a building and flagstaff Titusville, and editor.Six.

was true, but as the announcement came themselves of being on Indian River at land where they had: been so royally- the Titus House was neatly ornamentedwith prisoners escaped from the jail at

direct from the railway officials at Jacksonville this time, and many and many of their ceived. bunting in honor of the President's Bloomfield on Monday night. Their

it was published in the columns friends and acquaintances will listen to I Speaking of sincerity, never did a more visit. names and the offences charged are as 3

of the TAI that they would be here, and their description of the scene when they unassuming party make a tour into Flor- I Mrs. Cleveland wore a steel grey follows : Frank Taylor and :E. A. Crocker -

on Friday morning, as per the arranged return North, if they do not receive pen ida. Unaffected democracy characterizedevery checked traveling silk, trimmed with alias Luder, white, ]larceny, and four

programme) the fact of their coming was I pictures of it before that time. I act of the party, wh;h: } every l'ourHmltl I plush; and a bonnet to match. Her attire negroes Hampton Pinckncy, larceny ;

realized. I was noticeable for the absence jewelry, Henry Holly and Bryant Dunham, burglary -

At 11 o'clockTliun-day night the Presidential I which i is to be highly) commended in the and William Williams, murder.

train left Palatka for Titnsville, first lady of the land." The jail is: a cheap, insecure building, and

I drawn by engine No. 1), with trusty Dan I Photographer Turner secured an excellent requires vigilant watching to prevent es

i :rhea at the throttle. The run was made t. negative of the party before they got capes.

I very slowly, so as to allow the guests to thtt+ 3lctfr3t1d 11 -.fl off the llockledge on their return in the The United ;States: Court convened at

revive themselves with "Tired nature's afternoon. Of course he will send Mrs. Jacksonville Monday morning, Judge

sweet restorer, balmy sleep. About "i i* /I 12t _r*V _i-** -i\-lv* A>if fcV>---T/Vt.JTflL *T* v** i Cleveland a copy in a handsome frame. Settle presiding. The libel cases of :t:.

o'clock the train stopped at a secluded Captain Paddison:! was surprised at the 11. Lewis and Mrs. Mary Calvano against, i

!')lot about mile from Titusvillc, and so raid made npon the flowers after the the MW/tvaM were called up, and the

gently was the stop made that the guestswere party had left tho steainej. Ever}one attorneys for the defense were all in attendance .

not aware of it. The President and wanted a memento of the occasion. Mrs. and also the witnesses.! It was

wife were the first to arise, but the others Pritchard received the chair which was stated to the court that Col. Bisbee, ,

were not far l chind. Here the train remained occupied by the President's wife duringI counsel for )Ir. Lewis, was very ill and

for about three hours before entering I I trip on the :-teaiuier.I unable to appear, and the prosecution .
our lively little town. Unit half i I asked for a postponement. Col. Cockrell
I! The party said that the llockledge; had
jta-t seven breakfast was served by the consented, and the case was postponed
I the plcasantcst and most agreeable -
captain
killful duf in charge, which was an ex till Monday. The witnesses were all discharged -
I that ever walked the deck of a J.
tvlleiit one, and enjoyed to that extent : till then. It is thought; that the
steamer. It's a fact that the purser will
I'} ) ) \\'hcttetlly the exhilarating case will never come to trial.
I substantiate.Secretary: .
:ttuiofphere 1 of Florida. ( Talht/MSMtan : last Friday as the eastbound

At ;:;;n) prompt the cud of the railroad I : Whitney complimented Captain 'I train came thundering past the
in such fine that he
style
wharf was covered with people anxious I I Cassidv residence i of Mr. Thomas harden, a bridge
President Cleveland was presentedwith tesy: and requirement of common sense laid the llockledge alongside Ilardee's
to get a glimpse at the President, his wife : I carpenter on the Florida Railway and
ami the party, consisting Secretary a set of resolutions at RockL'dge by politeness, characteristic of genuine good wharf without a jar. He would not. have Navigation railroad, near Midway, Mrs.

Wliitnej and Mrs. Whitney, and Col. the patriotic citizens of that place. These breeding, was observed. There wa nut a broken an egg," MI to speak, to 110 the Harden looked out and saw her youngest

1-imont and wife. )Ir. Moran, of theJacksonvilleTampa resolutions were handsomely engrossedon : single indication of aristocratic: ideas in nautical term. babe, a bright little son of four summers,

and Key \\\.t Railway white parchment, tied with a blue any of the party. One thing noted was The Presidential:; party remembered the playing on the track. She rushed out

; Mr. .\. k Reed, of the Atlantic ribbon, and read as follows: I ITo the splendid wearing qualities, and the efforts of the good church people of Ti- and made grasp for the child, but wa

t" Line l.'rora Cl.t.dmll, l';.(,,- : evidences that each one, while recognizing tusville.and cast )pretty big "mites"
':*t and )Ir. Edwin Martin, repenting 1Ln..UfllI, too late. The engine rushed by at that
the press, also accompanied i
1 the party Nut, however, until 8:1t did The Board of Aldermen of the town of of their relationship with the Government by the Sunday: school children.Mrs. ing and crushing beneath its ponderous

the train make its appearance, when itwas llockledire, Fla., havinc learned with of 70,000,000\ people, appreciate the fact Cleveland said the display on the I wheels the form of her darling! I Ixn,*. The
delight that intended payingour that themselves American ,
received with a cheer. The engine great hl'll1tiful"t'tiOIl you a special visit on they citizen were simply llockledge surpassed anything they had train had just left Midway, and the engineer -

\\a" prettily decorated! with bunting and the '! [ill day of February, 18S.,, desire to seen in the State; the President i said it say he was looking back for sin

flowershile the steamer llockledge wasa tender your excellency the following resolutions The llockledge landed at the railroad had been the enjoyable day of his life. nals from the) conductor and did not scar

-L'ht;; of lItautto behold. i iIn of respect : wharf at about o o'clock in the afternoon, lie speaks of Indian River a>! having the I the child until the engine was almost:

I > a brief way we wish to mention the We understand: that it i is your desireto where the train was waiting to carry the I best natural advantages and the most upon it. Breakwere put on, the lever

dirorations of the learner.: The -aloon make this trip as quiet and} and; devoid to of party to Sanford. After passing throughthe I viting prospects of all the South. in-I' reversed and everything in his j ower wa
ovation as possible:: to come our i
and} dining room were the parts trimmed.Thursilay midst unhampered' by the formalities throng of people to the car, the nwm- : The people of Indian River: only regret done to take up, but the engine and one

afternoon and evening Capt. usually incumbent upon the Chief Macistrateof hers of the party remained on the rear that they were forced to part with the I II car hud passed over the mangled remain

I'addisuii and Mr. Yerbeke, assisted by this great nation ; and, whileit platform for a few minute-; looking with I, President i and Mr*. Cleveland on such I of the little innocent before the train
Mrs. i is not our intention to burden you smiles the crowd around them. If the I
Pritehard and Miss Pritchard, also at could be topi>fd. To see her precious
with anything that would mar the pleasure '! I port notice. This: mu-t not be so the
Mr. Mackenzie and others, with the aid which we hope will be yours in great President ever enjoys happiness in traveling next time they come.Malabar.. I'I'I babe crushed almost within her grasp,

"f the steward, Mr. Baker, placed an cxl' measure, still we ask that you accept asa these: occasions must cause it for i,j _____ was a terrible ordeal tor a loving mother.

lit of flowers, fruits, moss, etc., that, token of our sincere appreciation of him. In a few minutes the train started I !
Haines the of murder
City was scene a
in the wordsof Mrs. Clevelandur- your visit ; therefore, lUllPl' away toward Sanford, where it j Notice of the finding of a dead Unly'i

I'a l' '"-d anything they hail seen in the AWwf, That we regret the brief :stay arrived at about:)o'clock amid the booming i near the mouth of Turkey Creek haying f I on Tuesday. It seems that a playful
contemplated by the President and hispart scuffle took place between James Council
t&tte." show ineI of cannon and a royal welcome at I ben sent to John 1:. Chapin, J. P., a cor- !1 i
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inability our >
and our to and Thomas Gallman, of Golman,
As the partwished to travel without tima'ble appreciation in the manner we the South Florida Exposition. Supper I oiu-r's jury wusummoned on the morning
1111) attempt of they were cs- 'I I \ especially desire.MWiW was partaken of at Winter Park, after i of the :?- ltath: who repaired to the I both laborers, which soon resulted in a
ceremony I! place and + dtis in the path !1 fight. The bystanders interfered, and
ft'ited That excellency has by unswerving which the started their
to the steamer at *:;JO h1 r. Mo- I party on return ,
of his duty as President I leading: to one of the telegraph poles and i Gallman turned to attend to cooking hihreakfa..t ;
'"unaml Paddison. The discharge to Washington, arriving there about 7 i also
Captain appearance America some bones of the legin :sight, one
of the United States of 1 when Council dealt him a blowout
(If Mrs. Cleveland cm the forward and firmness and discretion in the o'clock Sunday morning, thoroughly No. 7hoe.. Upon further investigation it
by the head with the flat of a shovel.
deck of the steamer, with her pleadingtt'Uiiieiuiice of every function pertaining tired out, but immensely pleased, with 1 appeared that the body had been thrown
performance The victim lived until about whenhe
ill head fir-t, and only partially covertd.i noon,
wreathed with smile and to his high office, so merited our confidence their trip through the fair Peninsular
the that we feel that the governmentis I Removing! the dirt, one arm was found in died from the effects of the blow. Al1 -
jolly expression of the President State. broken the wrist.
as his l'oatICl've and at
bt' safe in his hands and that our future I i 1 though his skull was not apparently bro
expanded his lungs with something is assured.Resulted NOTES (It' HIE TKir. i In the coat pocket wa found five long .
I lt'' than prosperity cartridges-about -III-l'aliber-one<( small ken, yet the shovel was dented nearly an
a cubic of Indian River j
ozmiic yard That an mutation to visit I i :\1:111of the citizens LaGrange and hinged mirror, a small piece of tobacco, ; inch. Council made his escape, although
atmosphere, was the signal: forseveral and commingle with us will be extended Mimsisited Tit ..\"ilIe.during the day, j. a red handkerchief and a small can ofi !I. :some one tried to stop him by firing two
cheers from the crowded wharf to his excellency. I The
i what seemed to be baking-powder.
which respectfully and their efforts in adding to the dccora- shots after him with a Winchester rifle',
We yours
was supplemented the are very jaw had two front teeth out, the
by screaml [
upper|
LYMAN BARNES, | : but without effect. Council i is said by the
g <'f the whistles of the llockledge andegine citizen. j under jaw was broken, and the skull broken -
C. MAY '
ROBT. ( were i into several piece Some wool was : negroes to be an escaped convict, and to
the Xu. 1), commingling together as JAS. PAXTOX H ; furnished hall our ioio i ter town*, we feel 1 found, indicating that the deceased wasI have killed two men previously. lIe is

river. ckledge swiftly glided down the 11'.L. nm these LETT.testimonials j I j that these -places should receive their I a negro. It was evident that he was a 1 described: as being good looking, about
The President i will treasure small man, and that he came to his death 1
credit for donated liberally. :' five feet eight inches in height, and
they
The day was all that could be desired carefully. He seemed to be very I proper i i by foul means. An axe was found sticking
The Eon shone brightly, with a balmy much pleased with them. '! Mrs. C. B. Magruder had prepared several in the ground at the head of the I weighs about 150; pounds teeth perfect,
members of the grave by a man who was passing there color medium dark, has an excrescence
Southwest breeze. Hotel Indian River was handsomelyand i presents for different
Many expressions ot I several "days ago, and who did not suppose the outside of his right hand similar
wonder and delight were made as the tastefully decorated. Mr. J. M. Lee, party, consisting of fruits and flowers, the bones in sight were those of a on
many beautiful places on the river were the genial proprietor, had made every I but unfortunately these, in the hurry of I human being. The body was supposedto 1 to the spur of a fowl, face broken outI

Passed. preparation possible for the reception of I the moment, were forgotten. have been there three or four months. I with some kind of eruption.THE .



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!I serious detriment to New England fishing DEADLY DYNAMITE. KlLLAliXET SEWS .AGENTS.i MALABAR CIGAR FACTORY.

YANKEES AND CAXUCKS. interests. This right was unquestionably ,

guaranteed by the treaty of 1S18. The ad- While Blasting Rock at Duluth Several ;p II. C. Starck, Proprietor.

I I ministration has been overeached. Men are Killed and Injured. SUMMONSES ISSUED FOR THEM WITH- Manufacturer
f fine
(> Havana
' PROVISIONS OF THE TREATY REGARDING I DCLUTH, Minn., Feb. 25.-The terrific j DRAWN. and flu
Champion horse Thief. mestic Cicars. Trade supplied with

EACH.A I NEW ALBANY Feb. 25.-The champion horse shock which was felt at 7:15 this morningwas j I hand made pood*. Orders promptly iiI fine

thief of Indian L: now being unearthed in caused by an explosion of dynamite in a Colonel King.Harman Gives an Explanation Factory at Malabar. F la, *J

Condensed Account Showing the Stipulation this city. Charles Martin is his name, and rock cut on Fourth street by a drill hole !
' he hails from Lit rty, Ind. He is not onlyan charged and fused and which was supposed i, for It-The Government Alarmed at ::---
of Each Article New York I'resa i Recent Indication of Popular Disap- 5,000 Budded Trees For
a expert tl.'ff but a shrewd man, and his to have been blasted on Saturday. There SaI

t Comments on the Treaty Do not Agree, : high ambiti will make it an interestingtrial still remained several unexploded cartridges ; proval-other European News! Notes. \t Low Price
.
Some Claiming We Are Worsted. when it is brought to ccurt. He has
LONDON Feb. 25.-The from Kil-
I however, and when the workmen resumedthis dispatch
j WASHINGTON Feb. 25. followed this business for years, and has said that 60,000 in Nursery.Apply .
which
morning the men had struck but a few larney printed yesterday,
and horses the carload but
stolen shipped by ,
usr: now the fish blows on their drills when the dynamite exi i the summonses that to W. H. SIIARPE
it is now thought; he has come to the end of I
r eries treaties is a. his string, and that the prosecution to follow ploded with awful force, tearing away great had been issued for Hty Point,

! subject of interests ( will be very brief and to the point so far as boulders of solid granite to a depth of twelve news agents who ------- -

to all The treaty, he is concerned. feet, hurling huge rocks as from a catapault, :t were charged with K..A.L"1IAx'SIEWSPAPRR

with the president's : burying the men in the cut beneath them, I selling papers containing "

transmit-! THE FIFTIETH CONGRESS. or throwing them with terrible force against reports of SUBSCRIPTION AGENCY

t if Proceeding of the Legislature for the"ortf1Nt jagged rock bruising mangling and cutting the suppressed
.' : has been made pub- THE PIOSCER
( Day them. i jAbout i branche of the iGEXt'Y.

lie. The president >! In the senate petitions and memorials were thirty men were in the cut nine National leaguehad .n.Hi.. 1 t. I For terms and sample copies addressCIIAS.ILNAUMAX

+' recommended its : presented. Bills reported and introduced: are seriously injured and several fatally. been wlth'I"

' / approval as a satisfactory One to reimburse states for interest paid on Andrew Dehl died upon his arrival at the drawn from the'j 1 ? l I:. ,

l. practical ',, expended in raising during hospital and the others can scarcely survive. -;
troops
J moneys Kerry courts, \ t1i; Haulover P.O., Brevard county, Fla.
; ;
r and honorable ad- : the war of the rebellion. The Blair educational brought forth the ; \, 'i\ /
t The blame is attached to the foreman of ,.
/ justment of the di* : bill was taken up, and finally passed the work whom it is claimed knew the mine question last night ... \; / 7/2 roil SILE.

yeas 30, nays 29. After an executive session in the house of comcoi. 1a G-BArou.'f.
pute.Articles was not exploded and knowing this orderedthe
1 and 2 : the senate at 5:20 p. m. adjourned. men to resume work. The coroner's investigation mons which CoL King-Harman answered by I Land on Banana River in quantities

of the treaty detail : In the house, Mr. Cox was appointed will develope the facts* in the matter denying that the government had decided to to suit.

j the inception and i speaker pro tern. A bill was passed creatinga ; push no more prosecutions of this kind. House and Lot in Titusville.

formation of the fishery commission. Articles : board of arbitration to determine the controversy I II Nine of the sufferers were immediatelytaken Although; the government have had sufficient Young Oranges all sizes and price, in

' 3, 4, 5 and 0 provide for the measurement I'I over certain territory claimed by to St Luke's hospital where their time and experience to learn the differ quantity. sour Stock.
Canadian I 1 I Texas and the United States. A bill wounds were dressed. The surgical room ence between making statements like this on
of the delimitation of the was re- I Four Sail Boats of
the floor of the house of and dill'erentcapacitie .
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commons, putting :
i presented an awful sight and the
waters as arranged for in the convention of i! ported to pay $100 to soldiers enlisted under groansof
! I the act of July 22, 1&61, and discharged or the injured men were pitiful Everything 1 1 them into execution in Ireland they One Ducking Boat.
1618. wbich snrgical skill can provide is being continue to announce their intentions with .
promoted before the expiration of two years, I ALSO,
Article 7 says that any disagreement of I brought into requisition for their comfort. regard to Ireland in the most arrogant man
and who have not received a bounty. A
the commissioners shall be referred to an I resolution was reported for the appointment It is a fortunate coincidence that the men I I ner. Some time has elapsed since Mr. Secretary i BOATS, to Let by day or longer term.

umpire selected by the secretary of of a special committee to investigate; the delay seriously injured are single. Balfour calmly informed parliament' Enquire of

: on the new library building, its contracts The scene of the accident is at the great i 1;I that the 1,"31)(u branches of the National I P. D. WESSON.Titusville .

Washing- and affairs. The urgent defficiency bill was rock cut on Fourth street, which is being league were to be summarily disposed of, but Jan. 1, '.S.
done by )I. H. Fitzpatrick contractor. No ,: in the face of this assertion made in Eng-
taken and considered. final -- --- -
Article 8 provides that each nation shall up Pending; action -
blame attaches to him, as he has always observed !i I land and backed in Ireland by the armed
the house at 5
m. adjourned.
i pay its own commissioners and officers. -p. -, the greatest care in handling explo forces of coercion, numerous branches of the J'A:: ViS'DELIIOMCO :

Article '.' declares that nothing; in the Forty-Second Day. sives. I obnoxious league flourish, and do business at

treaty shall affect the free navigation of the In the senate bills were reported and introduced The names of those most seriously injuredare the old stand.

q Strait of Canso by the United States fishing Mr. Plumb's resolution directing an : I I The plan of campaign was to have active I HOTEL;

" vessels. I inquiry as to the causes of inefficient mail Andrew Dohl, aged twenty-two, killed. war made against it, but only recently theI I ,

Article 10 cures to American fishing service was agreed to. Also Mr. Manderson's Jacob Nels, aged twenty-five badly cut plan of campaign has accomplished two substantial -
victories. The which t' COAOA. DIAS RIVER FLA.
vessels the right to enter Canadian ports for I resolution was adopted requiring the absut the head. < newspapers

sheltering or repairs, without reporting or secretary of war to furnish senators, on their 1 Charles Matson, aged twenty-one, com printed reports of the suppressed league Newly Furnished Room, I clearing, unless detained over twentyfourhours. I request withs list of persons' to whom the : pound fracture of bones of left leg. I meetings were to be dealt severely with, and :i I

records of the rebellion are to be issued. I Aaron Erickson aged thirty-three ter- all mention of the league was to be a thing of i II I Terms S2 per Day:

Article 11 stipulates that United States I Private pensions to the number of 108, were ribly mashed, and will doubtless die. the past. The papers, however, have gone i j i i

I fishing vessels may enter Canadian ports t passed, and after a short executive session Fred Ecklund, aged; twenty-five, cut in on recording league meetings, and now in ,I Special rates by the week or month.W3I. .

: under stress of weather or other casualty the senate, at 4:45 p. m. adjourned until face and back.Andrew Kerry all hindrance to their doing so has

\!! ;.1 unload and reload and sell all fish on board Monday. Ecklund aged twenty-four leg i been removed. The fact is the governmenthave JARVIS, Crop'r.

when necessary as incidental for repairs, In the house, Mr. Carlisle was in the chair. broken, hand mashed head hurt. discovered that their task wasa
The yearryt House Steamboat LrwJ
: and may replenish outfits, provisions and The committee on printing submitted a report Eric )Matson aged twenty-three both legs tremendous one, and one in which it was I u__ ___1ifJ.I _.
I I supplies when damaged or last by disaster. ; on the inquiry in regard to the shortage broken, breast bones broken, back and head necessary to encounter the pluck and energy

Article 12 provides that fishing vessels oft of public documents credited to members.A I badly cut. I of a people determined upon having their I Mutual r BenefitSOCIETY t

Canada shall have on the Atlantic coast of number of reports from committees were A. Ordling, aged thirty-two head and legs liberty. Security
I It has been noticed that lately there has
the United States all the privileges reserved submitted. Senate amendments were con- badly injured.L .
curred in to the house bill Anderson head and been determination in Irish persecution, and
and secured by the treaty to United States providing for the : aged twenty-seven,
back j this is accounted for for two reasons one
I fishing vessels in Canadian waters. appointment of eleven division superintendents injured. ,
I Article 13 and 14 prescribe penalties for of the railway mail service. The The injuries of the others were less serious, 1: that the task of sitting on Ireland is too

I violation of the treaty and the manner ol urgent deficiency bill was then considered and they are being taken care of in their I great a one, and the other, which has received -i i OF
! their enforcement until 5 p. m., when the house took a recess 'homes It is probable at least four fatalitieswill some credence in political circles, that

1 Article 15 provides that upon removal of until 8 p. m., the night session being occupied result from the accident !I 1 the government are relaxing some of their NEW YORK.j
in debate severity because they are alarmed at the .
on the Anderson Pacific rail- ,
duties from fish oil, whale oil seal oil and
BAD FOR THE HUSBAND. '
road bill : recent Indications of popular disapproval of !
telegraph
fish of all kinds the of the
privilege entering
No. 233 N. Y.
j that policy as shown by the elections and j Broadway,
4 ,
ports, bays and harbors of the aforesaid Forty-Third Day. Ills Wife Charges Him With Theft Coun-
1 because in the'event'of
to
4 coasts of Canada and Newfoundland, shall The senate wa/faot in session.In terfeiting and Murder.. go before they the country for support being,.obliged fear the | LIFE INSURANCE AT ACTUAL COST,
be accorded to United States fishing vessels the house-The Blair educational bill WICHITA Kan., Feb. 24.-Mrs. Ellen 1
result of such if the condition
a
by annual licenses, free of charge, for the was laid before the house and referred to the < Warner, a prisoner in the county jail, has | of things in Ireland step is continued.The present. 1 SElN'D FOR CIRCULARS.Opened .
9 following purposes, namely: First, the pur- committee on education. A motion was ; made an affidivit to the effect that her husband ;
e chase of provisions, bait, ice, seines, lines agreed to instructing the committee on man- : William Warner, a house mover of ] Crown Prince. --- --

and all other supplies and outfits; second, ufactures to report back the resolution directing this city, was a murderer counterfeiter and SAX REVO, Feb. 25.-The physicians in attendance j for the Season.

transhipment of catch for transports, by auy the secretary of the treasury to investigate thief. She said: I on the crown prince affirm the re-
(
means of conveyance; third, shipping of the sugar trust in New York. The "Ten years ago my husband and I lived in : ports that the patient's improved conditionis .u6rA: man who is interested in his own

f crews Supplies shall not .be obtained by urgent deficiency bill was passed. A private Des Moines, Iowa. He belonged to a gang of !' maintained, and state that the present i welfare will be pleased to know that

I barter but bait may be so obtained bill coming over from last Friday as desperadoes who would stop at nothing to symptoms are encouraging. It is unofficially ANDREW GIBSON

t unfinished business was passed. At 4:45 p. get money. One night Henry Scribner, a reported that the strength of the prince does '

m. the house adjourned until Monday. wealthy old man was killed. My husband not continue to grow, although the dissolv- Keep the finest oysters to be found in

was out almost all night, and came in \"ery ing of the swelling on the right larynx has ,
Forty-Fourth Day. much excited When I asked the cause he I afforded him some relief. I| Titumillc.!
In the senate bill to the
a incorporate
swore me to secrecy, and then told me that .
AND SLUVEl IX STYLE TO CIT PATROS3.Plain
I Washington Cable Electric Railway companywas I Scribner had been murdered, and that Dan Another Dynamiter.

i 9e'N. considered, after petitions for legislationfor and Ben Smith and himself had done the DUBLIN, Feb. 2,'>.-The police have arresteda -0-

! rf ..'t the better protection of women and girls deed and robbed the body. The Smiths were man at Culoraine, County Londonderry, I and Fancy Cake made. to order.

had been introduced, and a bill appropriating -' arrested, but they succeeded in getting off. who had a quantity of dynamite on his per- I: Balrf Bread aluxtys on hand.

$50,000 for the erection of a building at "My husband was also in a plot to murder son. The prisoner declares that he uses the i
Iloaiioke, Va., had been i:assed. At 4 o'clock Also a first-da Barber !shop attached.
a saloon-keeper named Applegate, but I explosive for quarrying purposes, but the I
the senate went into executive session, and at Mtalat all hours from 5 a. m. to 11 p.m-
heard their plans and warned him. Four official believe that they have made an importaut ; -
5 p. m., adjourned. Parties desirng to leave on morning wail
i 1 wars ago next month my husband helped to arrest.A I
In the house an executive communicationwas boats and hacks will please note this.
smuggle some tools into the, jail at Des -
received from I ---- --- ---------- -----
the secretai v of war in reply Moines and assisted MAD ENGINEER.
MAP OK THE J'lSHIXG'IEItlUTOH\ in the escape of sixteeMes : ,
i To promote good feeling and to piovi.le to a battle-flag resolution. Under the o connected PIONEER COOPERAGESyrup
I 1
call of states a number new lulls were in- For Three Mourn lie Runt an Kngineliirkuard
against friction and irritation the IJnti-.li I, with a notorious counterfeiter Hill ,
l commissioners are willing to make the tol" troduced. One was for the apportionment Harden, and many narrow escap's[ he an.dharden : and Forward.. Barrels $2.25.

lowing temporary arrangement jiomlin the amon; the states on the basis of illiteracy, ha'l from capture. My husband'sbrother '' ROCHESTER, N. Y., Feb. : i.-Last night ; Gauged to order. ten cents extra.
of ftv\; (>uoiHand"
j several for the erection at 6 o'clock Charles
Curler
j : ratification of the treaty: I/mi* is also in Wichita, and one is engineer on the :
I First, For a period not exceeding two of public buildings. A motion was made to as bad a- the other. At Sel>o...to[ ol, low, I 1 yard engine;: No. "_7, plying between this city Wheelwrighting and Repairing.C. .
. susi>end the rules and the Hoar joint and Windsor '
years from the present date the privilege of i: pass Louis m i-le grand raH on property, and t t I Beach became sad lenly crazy B.
entering the lays and harbors of the Allan resolution proposing a constitutional amendment was captured, but escaped from the court while on his engine. His fireman noticing O.
'
I tic coast of Canada and Newfoundland shall changing the date of the presidential room. H. went to Trenton, Mo. where ho his strange actions tried to run the engine; to :' Hon-y barrels and Oval Water Breaker

be granted to the United States tl..hin.n'. I inauguration from )March to April ;UO, and was sent to jail six months for theft but escaped ,I the round house but Le was set upon by the '1 from '-'.OO up.
1
i sets by an annual license fee of $1.5; per ton extending the term of the fiftieth corigressto through: tha aid of my hushvid.: My ': mad man and knocked senseless with a big I
the latter date. After considerable di>cus- husband ins often threatened hammer. Coming to himself ho to : TanlsamI
for the following purposes: The purchase of tu kill rite and ; managed
I Mon the: motion was lo..t-yeas, 1'JU; J1a -.. crawl to the ed,. of the cab and :
e
bait, ice, seines, lines and ether supplies andand one night August he h.t'1 a-i '>peu knife ; jump on a all kinds of COOPER WORK to order
linot two-thirds. At 3:50
in. the hou
p. eadjourned. suow bank receiving little
injury.
outfits; transhipment of catch and shipping over InfO all'night.
of crews. The officers at Des Moines have Wn communicated The mad engineer ran the engine past 1'. JOII\SO\

Second, If during the continuance of this Fortj-Fifth Day. with, and say they remember the Windsor station and east on the" main line LaGran e. : : FIorilla.

arrangement the United Stat s should remove In the senate executive communications Sonbner murder, and that: the murderer e,.:J Jeapwd where alarm was given by the fireman and I --
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the duties on fish! fish oil, whale, and were presented and referred. Resolutionswere It is not yet known what will IK officials at Webster, eighteen miles east of '

seal oil, and their coverings, )lll'k\t'S., etc.) agree.I to, calling for information as to done in the COM Wind-or n'-a'h, stopped all trains, and LEDGE
the licenses shall be issued free of charge.; the e\j nditures of employes. t.:<'.. of the fi>h turned the s<>wit 'h so as to ditch the madmans ROCK ,
HE WAS A GAS WELL CRANK
commission. A lutiou engineshould; he try to pass that point
{ Third, United States tihiu"t'S'Ot's; entering res wa offered ----
the bays and harbors of the Atlantic authori/.in; the secretary of th. interior to lint He Happened tit Strike it and is O.iiirinx For three hours he ran the engine backwards Indian River Florida,
and forward on a stretch of track and hu ,
'coast of Canada and Newfoundland for any : distribute all public documents now in comciitttv : Wealth and Fame. ,

of the four purposes mentioned in Article Iof rooms and about the library not required. BRADFORD, Pa, Feb. ti4.-Chet Boo her, a coal gave out when he was captured

the convention of October _', and : After executive s-sjoa the! seuat etc.
I IM\ character well known in the gas and oil Ktplotiou: in a :)1106. Winter Homes

not rvnuir-inp therein more than twenty- adjourned at 5:30: p. to. region a? "Gas Well Crank" Boogher, has OIR\Y CoL, Feb. 2-.-Monday morning, ,
four hours, shall not bo required to enter or In the house the direct tax bill was reported long declared that he could locate gas terri- as Buck Johnson and Arthur Holland, working

clear at the custom house, providing that : and referred to the committee of the, tory simply by walking over the !ground If in the Caribone mine at Mount Sneffles, Building Lots centrally locatedin

they; di not communicate with the shore. I I whole. A joint resolution was reported gas existed there, it would instantly make its had sprung; a hole and charged it with four

Fourth, Forfeiture to be exacted only for proposing a constitutional amendment pro- presence known to him, he said, by affectinghim sticks of giant powder the powder exploded,
the offenses of fishing or preparing O fish in 1 hibiting iwlijamy. At 5 p. in the house ad- with strange tickling and choking: blowing Johnson's body sixty feet throughthe Rock Ledqe,

territorial waters. i joumed.Ha. seusatiin in hi., throat. For :years he bn- tunnel to the dump, and seriously wound- With or without Orange Tree 'ouranddfC

New York 1'resa CUlulut nh. lie the Nene to Exercise: It? trial to impress natural gas operator wit, ing Holland, who staggered and fell upon minutes' walk from Stores post land Office*
the importance of this gift of his but the dead of his : and Hotels. Also other
nuly&u't'l..i body Th
roof of
partner. the
NEW YORK, Feb 25.-The Herald says of 1 SAX FHANCINCO, :rVb. JA-The steamer Call on or address the owner,
6 the fisheries treaty: It seems to us to remedy !J Aleineda, which arrived from Australia and 1 in gaming the reputation of beinga tunnel presented a sickening sight, hair and fla'

t all the jut grievances of our fishermen. ; Honolulu, yesterday, brings information harmless but annoying crank. A few blood being plastered along its entire length :JS. RYDER, Rock Ledge,
weeks he turned in the Ohio and Holland is
I ago up gas now lying at the hospital in
a
The Times says: We obtain under the that the supreme court of Hawaii has decided I precarious AGENTS.Important .
oil fields, and it seems, induced condition. XO
treaty greater advantages than b,1"e'er I that under the constitution of lv>7 the king's: some partiesto Johnson has a father
I llt'! eethat gas could be found on a tract living at Nahant, Ma**.
before. We is and that he :
been atxvrded so freely cannot right to veto a personal one, is --
Lope to obtain better terms by mutual agreement. I not required to consult his cabinet: in exercising near Delphos, a tract generally regarded as Backbone RaIlroad Case Decided.
entirely barren of both oil and gas.
that right Boogher, declared that it was all be could SHREVEPORT, La., Feb. 34.-In the United to All!
The Tribune It is feeble and incoherent
says: a States '
court in the
K'nny Murderer do to walk over the tract in question, becauseof yesterday cue of John D.
i compromise. Secretary Bayardhas Captured. the influence the under the : Parker vs. the New Orleans Backbone Railroad ,
failed to vindicate the bonVr of the OWIXlhli. .E, Ky., Feb. 2.*>.Charles suffocating gas and the Vicksburg i j
Shreveport & Pa- I -
had him. He took the
ground on parties to
nation. Nearly all Canada's outrages can Bose, the colored: man who shot and seriously : cific Railway comb
the place and walked with them over the companies. Judge Boardman in .
be reivatrtl under this treaty with impunity. wounded his mother, and at the same tract He to all signed a decree recogniaing the mortgage ax- I The most important crop
' 1 Car1 with her customs regulationsdelib- time shot and instantly killed a col- was appearances nearly and ever
ecuted by the Backbone Railroad
choked to death while crossing the land. The company 'i Florida is the Orange crop,
era. v luraasdd our fishermen to force us to ore*! min pitnied Charles Somers, in Sharps- resolved to spend some in testing I to secure the payment of its first mol'ti&i.bonds gQOd
renu.etbe dutfrom fish. This was their burg, about two months ago has been : parties the the money of- on the lands granted by congress to one should endeavor to secure a
territory entirely on
objective jHiint and will be again. The provision brought to this place and lodged in jail.Base's his choking. A, -well was drilled.strength Last aid the compaaj. Them lands were assigned of in planting a V ove.
for dues give Canada new .'runeis looked upon as a cold-blooded variety orange
tonnage to and are BOW held by the Ntw Orleans &
Wednesday it struck a vein of gas. The well l i hst'
facilities for o'*rating against our fishermen murdet. was torpedoed and responded with a flow of Pacific, and amount to 1,000,000 acrea It fa To do this and jet such fruit U

\ The treaty will t.e unpopular in Canada an inNew The Southern Base Ball League. more than 5,000,000 feet of gas a day. Boo understood that.the bonds azreato*&3*000. of our StsUI I
Kngl'iiul It does not offer a basis for taken premiums at many
CHATTANOOGA Tenn., Feb. 2i-The I gher is now the lion of that region, and is ElPOI -
Fashion Xoft .
It should be *
>settlement.. rejectedby Orleans
permt11t Southern Base Ball league met here Monday. overwhelmed with applications for his ser- I Fairs and at the New
a patriotic senate. Atlanta withdrew and Chattanooga wax vices in "choking" gas territory. His gift A sacrificing wit Is dear. 0fl. )
husband wail should from
would Her priM her.
The Press The tax sition trees
says: tonnage of existence.. therefore forced out. The league will therefore for locating gas by suffocation bids fair to But the beat wit this time o'yearIs I buy your ..
American fishermen out
tax consist only of New Orleans, Memphia be worth more to him than a big gu well a M&1ak1a gruder & Son Rocklidgi Wit-
The surrender of the right to buy bait is a Charleston and Birminghain itself would MCriflMr.Detroit Free Treat

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THE FLORIDA STAR, THURSDAY, MARCH 1 1SSS. 3 ,1

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CYCLONE'S GRASP. "It was all over in a minute. The thing Five men were killed by the fall of abridgeover the past four years has been :341 churches, r

IN THE that most impressed me was the destruction I a quarry at Carnarvon, Wales. 367 ministers and 48,700 communicants. An Passenger :
of the county court house : I Department.'I
a magnificent increasing activitespecially in the west,
Labor Notes.

, DEATH AND DESTRUCTION AT MOUNT three-story stood in a prominent brick building.place, and The could court house easily j' More than '$4,000,000 is what the Reading years promises to come.still greater results: in the four I DeBARY & PEOPLE'S LINE ,, .

VERNON, ILLINOIS. be seen almost from the tower to the ground. 1 strike has cost miners, railroaders, iron workers ,

It looked to me as though the huge; pile of and proprietors. i

Is Razed to the brick and mortar had been struck by a I' The coal miners at Palmyra, 0., have re- CURIOUS THINGS OF LIFE.A I Ii STEAlWEB.S.: i

About B alf of the Village gigantic battery ram, or if you please, by a turned to work. The strike has proved to be i

Ground Sunday. Afternoon Thlrtyrjrht big club in the hands of a power strong i a dismal failure, and work is resumed at the I girl in Oconee county, Ga., married at |

Reported Dead, and Over Three enough to knock it down at a single blow.It 'I old scale. the age of 9 years,her husband being 4.5 years

Injured Many. Seriously.. seemed to collapse all at once, spread out, Striking car-works molders have broughtsuit Id. i

Bondred VERNON, Ills., Feb. 2O.-This city prow crushed and burying the buildings surround for $: '),OOO apiece at Terre Haute, Ind., Invitations to a ball given by a colored ib't r rt ,
Mr. ing it. against the as a result of their '
Ruin and i company ac- society of Fort Dodge, la, contained the information : u

a distressing appearance.themselves all sides. : Mr. Corcoran'* End Near. quittal of the charge of intimidating nonunion that no distinction would be made '
desolation present on 1VAS workmen. between plain and colored people.
ISOTosFeb.Thereisnochange I
of killed or injured has t
number persons
The in the condition of Mr. Corcoran. He continues The Death lloll. Eighteen young men Mountain Home, t ,. of Jacksonville
The business
ascertained. partof :
not yet been to.sink slowly. W. D. Boswell, banker of Lexington, Ky., Ark., swore ofT from the tobacco habit on .
the town known as the Square, is very : I died Thursday, aged fifty-eight. the first of the present year. Whoever returns I CAPTAIN \\". A. SIIA\\ 'W'Daily
NEWS IN A NUTSHELL.
badly wrecked, on the east side of the Squarenot I i John Finney, pioneer of Richland county, to the habit is to be ducked in a pondof Irom. :1rk>tnivilleexcept Saturday. ,

a single building is left. Fresh Crisp Gleanings of Recent Noteworthy Ohio, died Thursday, aged eighty-seven water. I

He was a. warm friend of Senator Sherman .. ,
--J Happenings and Events. An odd combination of wares Is offered bya '

--- ; The Cincinnati base ball team won ther and assisted him much in his early shop in the Italian city of Bari, on tho :HL B. Plant., >, .

--- third consecutive game from the New Or- career. Adriatic. A sign informs would be customers CAPT. I. C. HALL 1
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leans team on Friday. Rev. James Schofield father of lea I that within can be obtained: "Leeches,

Fresh ejectments from Oklahoma have Schofield, died in Chicago February 13, a.jod: : bread sold i in slices or loaves, and tuition in I Daily from Sanford except Sunday. .

taken place at the hands of a company of eighty-seven: years. I mathematics." JM

colored troops. 1'ersoual. With the mercury at :37 tlegs. below at I ON ST. JOHN'S RIVER.
Deaf Bull Crow
chief
a the In-
among It is feared that Mr. Joseph Pulitzer will Eagle Rock, Idaho, a locomotive taking N.ScheduleMay N.
dians last fall 1
captured by Gen. Ruger madean
become totally blind. water from a tank, the flow of which could
assault on his fellow prisoners with a j _J. 1V 7. 1 ,
Josef Hoffman, the piano prodigill not be stopped, was frozen instantly in a bed i
knife in the prison at Fort Suelliug, fatally
; be given a rest by his parents for a your or of ice extending; three car lengths and to the I "l.ll. t..tsntszs. NOETH.Arrtte.. 4
injuring two. He then made an unsuccessful
two. tops of the rails. j I.t"an' R
attempt on his own life. -:M i' m Joi.k..ul\-ilI. 6:30 a m
Gus Rhodehamel was dangerously injuredby Mrs llancoll D. Talcott, widely known A good woman in Deer Isle, Me.,crocheteda 7:00 i' m Twoi Leave.l':3 4

highwaymen at Topeka, Kan., but re- throughout the west as a philaut in ist, baby's sacque for a church fair. The sacque tf.OO i' in TulatVaItiilestou <)a m 1
iliul a Chieaso Monday.nizht. 9-0 11 inH 11.40 p lu c .
fused to break his wedding engagement for was raffled off, and she took a share and won. Oil m Wl'laka 10:10 '
CYCLONE'S TR CK. p p m
THE
IN : the day, and was married. She offered it to the fair again if they'd give 12.00 m <11 tteorgeGwn 9:10 pm },
which appeared at 4:45 Sunday : PLAYS AND ACTORS.
The cyclone, her chance. She If the L'" 5 a m 'l'IIla 7:15 i
Natural gas has been found at Carrolton, a won again. fair put ;
afternoon, came from the northwest,and ::;0 am- Astor 7:10
D1IJ
the surface that the had kept on she would, too. p
Ky.
leveled at least half of the houses in the city. so near great won- Lydia Thompson has reappeared upon the I (:- ; a lu .l Lultli1g &.OO p m '
I der is that some body hasn't accidentally Sellers old farmer 5.lO: a D1 Dine Spring 4:15 m ,
John an of New Phila- p
To add to the horror, fire broke out, and, assisted London stage. Arrive.8UOam. ,
the strong winds, was soon beyond ,; plowed up a gas well long ago. 1 delphia, 0., who died the other day, had a
by Katie Putnam laid the corner stone of a Enterprise 2.34 p in
Hetzk of has
the control of the firemen. In some cases I August Chicago, been sen- theatre at Ga little while remarkable crop of hair and a very long 9:0'') a in Sanford Citr. Wharf 1::<0 p ut ,
new Augusta a
,
whole families were buried beneath the debris {I tenced to death for the brutal murder of his ; beard This was because he had never shaved 9:30 a D1 S.u.C.'rLl, S. }'. It. K. 1:4> pmfoNNF *

of their own home. Men, women and ''t'!! little stepson. ago.In or had his hair cut, thinking, as ho said, that ,
children struggled together in their efforts to II I Mrs. Lucretia Munday, on trial at Lexington :May: Richard :Mansfield: will produce a it was interfering with tho provisions of | Ky., for the murder of her husband, has new classical drama in blank verse at the .it iMlatta! HUhrioruUSvMithrrn KaiUayat l'l.lll"1
escape, or to assist in the rescue of those who i nature for a man to cut or even trim his hair.J. ton with t-t. John's ami Halifax liver l&llroaJ;

had been caught by the falling houses, and :| been acquitted. Boston Museum. W. Bucks, of Nixon, counted out $1,200 at Astor with st Johns and Lake Eustis Railway;
The San Francisco police have at DeLaiul Landing: with DfLaiul and
| suppressed The first two months of "L'Abbe Constantin" I St. John
beneath timbers bricks eta
buried : the "Auiencan Lottery ," a scheme to pay a man he owed, then left the moneyon lt.ulio.id; at Blue Spring with U. S., O. C. and A.
company at the Paris to the
The large two-story brick school-house did I Gymnase brought the desk, where a candle was burning, Railway[ : ; at Enterprise with A. C.. St. J. & I 1C
not withstand the terrible shock any better j! engineered by Chinese. theatre treasury the neat sum of 76,000. and stepped into another room to get a rub- I:,road, fur Titua\.ilIt!; at Sanford< with trains of r i
i An underground lake has been explored at the S. }'. Railroad: for Tampa; at Tampa with the +
than the smallest house in the track of the The for the first ber to his When he
1 receipts seven performances ring put on pocketbook.
Morgantown, Ind, which appears to be al- steamer MARGARET of the Plant Meiuiship Line, ,
tornado. The large two-story frame houseof | most bottomless and contains of Henry Irving and :Miss: Terry at the returned he found that the candle had fallen for Points on Tampa Bay and Manatee River; also
George Ward was picked up and carried 1 many living Boston Museum, were $ 1,WOo over aud every note was burned to a cinder. with the Plant Steamship Line steamships .
curiosities.
about twenty feet and left unhurt, while two OLIVETTE and MAM2OTTE for Key West and
feet left I j Nine of the Hatfield gang are confined in' They call Buffalo Bill a millionaire now, lIanna.ery Monday and Thursday arming at 14 -
brick buildings in one hundred were Dropped It !'>o11lf'wht
I the Louisville jaiL Valentine Hatfl lil claims and say he is the first American star who has Key West Tuesday and Friday, and Havana Wednesday
in ruins. The loss cannot be estimated, but Uncle Rastus (to groc-erl\-Mistah 'mif; tola and Saturday. Returning leaves Havana
I to have five living wives and the father of been successful on the other side. j
not less than $500,000worth of propertyhas children. I me to git er codfish hero an' haw> it elite ged every Wednesday aud Saturday.C.
been destroyed. Buildings were thirty-three The sultan has decided to close the Turkish to him. HALE,

wrenched to pieces with resistless force and Thomas Waltham found Jim Blakeney in theatre at Constantinople, because he thinksit Grocer (duLiolli'lj.-Did) ho only give you a General Passenger Agent; DelUry Line
his bed with his
wife Louis
four winds.At room near St. conduces to the demoralization of his sub- ,
scattered to the verbal order n r it. r::<-it Rastus W. M DAVIDSON,
this time it is impossible to Blakeney, in trying to escape, shot Waltham
jects. Uncle RiistuKakii.(: ;; a feint of feeling! General Traffic Agent People' Line.
obtain the of all those killed and and one of his children. The injured bust; ,
names I band shot and killed Blakeney and fell mortally t'' The duration of :Mr.: Alvary's kiss when he through his pocnx-ls)-Y lOS; he g7v me tr MT-
wounded, but so far as ascertained the following : : bul order li bat r gone !. ., it.-
awakens the sleeping Brunhild in "Siegfried'has :: born > ;
'I wounded.John I I I ;
is list of the dead
a : been timed by a stop watch. It lasts Texas Siftings Geo. E. Chase
A. G. Zavistowski !
a Chicago
John C. Murray, Mrs. Russell Dewey, D. up- seconds ,
F. Yarwood and wife; Samuel O. Yarwoodand holsterer, disappeared over five years ago, forty-one The Saddest! oT All.

wife, Mary Westbrook, Mrs. John leaving a letter to his wile, saying he was 'i :Mr.: N. C. Goodwin returns to New York Oh,sad Ls the touch i>f vanished hand.

Waters and one child Henry T'I going to commit suicide. The wife reoov- j Feb. 13, at the Fourteenth Street theatre, And the sound of a voice that i is still;
Charles Gumming, GK W. Pearson, ered $7,000 insane from benevolent societies. '1 where he will be seen in "Turned Up" and And sad la: the! inter without any ice Ship Chandler

Mrs. CoL Cooper, Mrs. William Jones A man calling himself Towski has just been j I "Lend Me Five Shillings." The ice d *::.l.'r's !:.xi:>r to fill; 4
I But saddest of ail,>f the things I knowIs
recognized in Stillwater the
child John Dodson Eddie Maxey S. J. penitentiary as
:Minna Gale of the Booth-Barrett
company, the toboggan lite! without any snow.Lollis.ilI .
Waters, George Pierce, Mrs. L. F. Legge, supposed dead man. He had married again will return to Brooklyn at the end of the sea- CourierJournal.How llont and Vessle Supplies, all kinds

Engineer Charles Cummings, of Evans- and attempted to murder his wife, whose son, and, it is said, will follow the example of Patent Anchors, Chains! Blocks, i
life he had
ville. I Injured. Annie Robe-marry and retire from the !She 1'elt. Canvass, (Galvanized Wire

As far as ascertained the injured are as fol- President Ingalls, interviewed in Chicago, stage. Edna had a severe attack of the one Hope, all sizes, Tents, /
lows: Mr. Lo Legg, Mrs Charles Galbraith, says the Chesapeake & Ohio deal will be croup Spruce Ladders,
Steve Maxey, Miss Carrie Hambrick, J. H. I carried out, and that he will become presi- The mounting of "La Tasca," soon to be night, the first she had ever had. Everybody Copper Paints, gal's, 1.2 gal's, qt *.

Hambrick and his entire family, Mr. Van dent and general manager, as before stated. played by Fanny Davenport at the new thea- was frightened and Edna herself did not Spar Varnish, gal's, 1-2 gal'sqtspts.

Mazay and seven children, Mrs. Frank Hol- I Bondholders opposed to the reorganization tre on Broadway, will cost $10,000. One know what to rake of it. Oils and Leads! all kinds.

comb, Mrs. Ida Holcomb, Mrs. Albright and adopted a resolution in New York Thursdayto hundred persons will assemble on the stage in after"How the do hot you water feel Lath.now, petr' asked auntie }'. W. DEVOE & CO'S HEADY MIXED PAINTS. pIn

daughter, Engineer Lillicrap, dangerously, I appoint a committee of five to investigatethe one scene. fact scything for Building or Sailing boati.Hart' .
"I'm well I tank answeredthe
Brakeman Kelly, hurt in Lack Telegraph j i plans of reorganization, and report at a Helen Barry, who will return the Amer- pretty you, '
little "but oh Aunt Nell brefa
girl ,
Operator! Allen, bruised and cut in the head, future meeting.At ican stage next season and make a star tour ; my ** Block, 9O East Bay St.,
orfle snarly-Youth's! Companion. i
Watchman Sargent, slightly, Engineer Cov- the funeral of Albert Blitz, in Newport under the direction of Mr. J. M. Hill, has be- JACKSONVILLE FLA.c. .

ington, back, slightly Fireman Lansing, Ky., the handles of the coffin came off gun a series of farewell performances at :No Great LOMK.
lightly. while carrying the corpse down the side home. She lately bad a "testimonial bene-
Among those injured but who will recoverare of the church, causing a considerable com- fit" at. Jersey.Mr. Miss Clara (to Ft'atht.'rlr, who is making an II. SCOTT,
the following: Mr. and Mrs. Hattie motion. evening call)-Poor little Bobby swalloweda
Snow Maddux Miss Lauth John Rudolph Aronson will commemoratethe penny todnmlll we've all been so much KASTKICNHAIRDRESSING s
Emory Rev. S. H. Cate, of Chattanooga, Tenn., 700th performance of "Erminie" in
Fan (colored), Sam Pontney, Mrs. Kutts' committed suicide by drinking poisoned worried about it.
New York, Feb. 29. He is preparing a somewhat at loss for words of SALOON.
family of five persons, George Jones and whisky. Featherly ( a ,
souvenir for the occasion
one daughter, Mr. and Mr*. C. Galbraith, Mrs. F. W. Ambrose, of Urbana, 0., took representing scene encouragement-Oh) I-cr-w ouldu't worry,
the second the The
of act of actors
Charles Weir, Steve Money, Amanda Bear- her life at San Diego, Cal, by slashing her are made to appear as children opera. dancing the :Miss Bazar.: Clara; a penny is not much.-Harper's If you want clean and easy shave

den.The throat with a piece of glass. As clean as barber ever gave,
following are believed to have no Mr. Riddleberger again electrified the sen- gavotte. Sweet Contentment. Just call on me at my saloon, '
chance of Mrs. T. Maddox, Mrs. During the last three years the Paris Grand At afternoon.I'll
recovery: ate yesterday by his promiscuous attacks Contentment now his bosom fills, morning, eve, or .
H. Y. Waters, Nick Morgan and wife, and Opera house received 1,000,000 francs from
wlticisms on brother senators. His His fears of ill are all allayed.The ,
Joe Sftfford and wife, Mrs. Gabe GInes, blows were especially tolling on Senators sixty-four performances of Massenet's "Le lucky man hose last year's bills cut and comb your hair with grace

John Dodson. and wife, Miss Lizzie Bonnett, Gorman and McPherson, who recklessly Cid,"79,462: francs from forty-four of Pala- Are paid. Boston Cuuritr. To suit the contour of your face; t

Corinne Umbrioh, Mrs Dr. Jacob Albrecht, dared his wrath. dilhe's "Patrie," 515,053 from thirty-three of -- To you I'll give a good shampoo,
Mr. Lillicraft, Mrs. Abe Hicks. "Rigoletto," and 764,000 from fiftythreeof The Rest lirnnd. The art ot which is known to few.

Four men In Evans' bank were imprisonedin The Fire Record. Rcyers' "Ligurd"-the latter a Gallicizec Enraged broker (to }
the ruins of the building and burned to :Fire broke Wednesday morning in the version of "Die Walkure." -I tell you I done want any of your soap! My shop is aways: neat and clean, t

death. Their cries of pain and distress were office of the Daily Advertiser, at Elmira, N. I never Use tho stuff And everything I'm sure you'll find,

agonizing in the extreme, but nothing could Y., and spread with such rapidity that edi- RELIGIOUS GLEANINGS.Feb Peddler (persuasively)-:Mister: uf you only To uit the taste and please the mind.

reach them. Their names could not be ob- tors, reporters and printers barely had timeto dry vim cake I guarantee, so hellup me cra-
tained. escape with their lives. The chief losses 26 is centennial day for the Presbyterian cious! dot your vile YOl du't know you her- And now to all who patronize intend,

The following are among the business are as follows; Advertiser, $60uOO to $70- Sunday schools.Tbn : selluf.-Judge. Just come along and bring your friend,
houses wrecked: I I 000; Sunday Tidings, $5,000; J. M. Robinson And I assure you I will try

J. Marian, saloon; J. Hiserman, bakery; I & Son, furniture, $00,000 on stock, $25,000on total amount of the permanent fund The Latest Invention. My very best to satisfy.: may;

Jonn r & Company, blacksmiths; C. D. building; other losses, $13,000: to $.:roOOO..All for church erection in the Episcopalian body Infuriated Citizen (to organ grinder)-I --- -- -- ----

Cook, drug store; R. A. Perry, hotel; the were insured. Nothing was saved in the is now $l' l.000. say, Garilaldi, move on with that measly

Johnson building, in which was the large Advertiser office except a pair of scissors and I Within a certain area of New York city, music. :My: wife is sick. *3 ]s

dry goods store of Rethers, Waters & Com- I a shootingstick.The comprising eight districts, and having a Organ Grinder (grinding; away)-Si, sig- T n 3

pany, a meat shop and drug store; H. Williams I loss by the Providence fire was $3ttJI ,- I. population of :LfcO.OOO, there aro 3.01S saloons, nor, dropi neeki-1 it-n ze slota and hear it 11 iJlIIi' r \ ,

dry goods store; Ferguson, harness I 000.A and but thirty-one Protestant churches. stoppa playing.; -New York Sun. I 1 n S lSii( to

bop; J. J. Gray, saloon; Sexton, shoe store; fire at Westerly, TL I., destroyed several -
G. W. Yost, general merchant; S. H. Watson business buildings Loss $150,000.liautzberg's One of Philadelphia's most popular BaptistMinister : kite! I-" ..hlon. .... "'r"'I ? r."f "
Re.'. Hoyt has de- I :.Or.) TOP 5 .... ....
: Draj"hmd -
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building; J. F. Watson, building; How- theater, at Hoboken, :i. J., i Oh, fickle fa-hinii, pitiless art thou,
ard Brothers & Company, groceries; J. W. was destroyed by fire. Loss estimated at 1 dined the pastorate of the First Baptist Thou causes tears tl..\.11 Luua.sk cluvks to rush, 1.\ f..rillh -r.h'1.I ..,eltw lt.ae'.ys- '
Evans' bank; G. W. Morgan's building and 50000. 1' church of St. Louis, Mo., at a salary ot Their hall !i..on the MML>Uiu s',c $10.000) a year. The i>n.'i,,T thing for pretty gut> is. t'hish.Dubton .,
grocery store; J. Powell's furniture store and Lorillurd's tobacco factory at Jersey City, 'I 9 "VI =1
Courier. I ( 1'r.L:.i
house'; W. K. Jackson's harness store. was partly burned. l.oss10,000.. Aboutone Of the seven missionaries: of the English -- -- :CoLCa '.C J

The skating rink ii scattered all over town. hundred employes will be thrown out ofeJUplo..JU | Bapti.h :Mission: on the Congo, who went out Earned His MUIII*). I Dyspepsia, Costivsnes) rn.cI :.:-

The ML Vernon Milling company's mill is llt. I in Ib*.-*, four have died. Rev. II. G. Whitley; Patient-That's a big lillOlJ sent, doctor. I

badly damaged.The i Political Pointer! and Rev. J. 1: Biggs: are the two latest victims I You only looked at my tongue and prescribed matism, Sallow Skin and PH as.

Louisville & Nashville railroad passenger ,i to African fl'"r.X I quinine. There is no better remedy for thesecommon ii I

and freight depots and round house The Republicans of West Virginia have ext the stone of the Adon- I Dot-tor You forget, my lear sir, that I I tlUeancs than 'riitft I.Jy.-:
summer ? corner
I
with C. M. Shiun t
were considerably damaged the freight and organized a state league, fills, UH a trial \\i1l1.r.un rrl(r(?
; of Fairmount as president. iram Judson Memorial church will be laid at i feltof your lul5t.-Tc Siftings.;

caster Twocabooe mechanic's offices blown from were the wrecked.track j Joe Mauley, of Augusta, Me., intimate' )Maudolar, India. The church will\ cost $10- j -- --- i Sold Everywhere. [

and turned sere : friend and correspondent of Mr. Blaine, 000,large part of which has been subscribed I| l>al.ota',> Domestic :o.1j.lIal 1'ot"r'.h. I, --- --- --- ----

Engineer bottom up. thinks that the aliened declination is not a by Bunui'se Christians. "Mainia," said a little Dakota buy, a, he :\OTICC.Wherea I"i
Charles Cummings, of EaJlSI I '
ville, was! instantly killed. finality by any means. ( Thy Methodists" of New Haven, Conn.,have I j came into the parJor, "where is papa I" < i ,
i I "110 is crawling the chimney, dear to ; > it appears that the s cal!|
DOS ,
A number of and members of Iowa Republicans meet at Moines, given during the past six years for church i ; up ,
employes March :1.George. I. and see what kind of a day it is."-The Epoch. bounties paid by this Board. up to date i'
indebtedness
their families were more less hurt. j I building! improvements | t
The latest reports show thirty-eight killed, W. Childs emphatically declinesthe : jiOujOOO. Of the eight churches in New ;, --- I has .stimulated 1''r.4JIIS from other coun-

some eight I or ten injured who may die, and Republican nomination for the presi- '. Haven three only have debts. j NII: Itooiu for Tramps. j I' ties to hunt in Brevard as a buMiie-s
about dency. i Though the lion face would liketo Loom and that it i is calculated to encourage
sixty who will recover from their 1 It is thought; that the nest Methodic general -' His lfi'zr. --.-, when lit" pets a chaise home
wounds. C. M. Shinn, of Fairmount, was elected neglect: uf more useful: pursuits at
About three hundred houses
were of the West conference \\ ill appoint five new bishops, ;, Yet he'll uf\er give his choicest room ''
I
dtKt president Virginia Republican bj our own citizens,
roved.- betides filling tho places of the late Bishops To the man with hi-skws on his feints. j
The wounded and the homeless are being league. :Simpson: and Harris. Dr. Thorburn is urged -Hotel MaiL \: And whereas the monthly amount of
cared for. The chairman of the relief committee Kentucky Republicans want Hon. W. O. i for India. bounties paid ia.s>umim: a proj-ortion
as missionary bishop
has notified Governor Oglesby of the Bradley for vic president ( Couldn't Afford lloth. I I calculated to embarrass the county fin-

Buffering in the city, and the governor has"Sued Tammany is working hard for the convention The Methodists having successfully crossed j!i. '"John asked his wife, "can I get a seal I i antes when it is considered that such

a proclamation appealing for immediate to go to New York. the million dollar line, have now pledged : skin sac uef' '' an expense was unlooked for and not

aid and requesting mayors of cities and Cable I $1,300,000 for mission work during; the coming "Well, I should say not," replied John, "I | provided against: by unnecessary tax as-
all religious charitable associations, societiesand I: Sparks. 'I year. They believe insetting their mark : had to buy a ton of coal today.'*-New York and
organizations to raise contributions for Seven persons were buried by an avalanche : higher, and then nobly striving to reach it. Sun. : segments collections
the : which blocked the end of St. Gothard tunneL j And whereas it is probable that wild
relief of the people.In Socialists made a demonstration in Amster- Probably one of the oldest meeting housesin Safe and Sound.H. ': cats are better endured than spared bej -

beneath some the cases debris whole of their families homes.A were. burned dam against military law, but wen dispersed : the world is the Bangund church, in Norway R. II. (fils-Have) seen anything of j cause of their destruction of rabbits,

pathetic incident of the disaster is the several being hurt by the police.A I. the age of which is fcOO years.with The pagoda 1 my night"key, mother I' rats, reptiles, vermin and other enemies

fact that the telegraph operator, whose name southwest Africa gold syndicate has like structure is covered shinglesand II. R. II. (mere-Yes) ; I have it in my : to vegetation in a warm climate like ours,

Is Yearwood, has an uncle, aunt and cousin been formed in Berlin to develop the mineral tions an inch or two to of scholars tar. Runic are inscrip-on the I pocket.-Tid Bits. Therefore, resolved that from and af-
interesting ,
dead in the ruins, and the poor fellow, with resources of territory under German pro ter this date no more bounties be paid

his heart bursting with grief, is sitting manfully tection. I building. Where? for wild cat scalps by thi Board, and
at his post of duty. Thirteen persons have been sentenced to The Congregational church, which has had i The ice was over two inches deep; further that this order be published in 4

Conductor Readon, of the Louisville &: 1 one month's imprisonment each for riotous an existence in this country since 1G20(: ,now I, The maiden was fair to see. the county newspaper for four weeks.

Nashville train, which was caught in the conduct at Gweedore at the time of Fatheri I' numbers 4,277 churches, 4,090 ministers and I There And was the maiden a slip and-oh a!little where shriek'W8.she, Ordered Feb. 6th in open Board.

cyclone, tells the followin&story: B hena' arrest lasj.month. 436,379 communicants The net cain during -New York Eveninun_

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4 THE FLORIDA STAR, THURSDAY, MAR. 1, 18S8.
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: THE FLORIDA STAR. II two miles on his shoulder to be packed Tillman.J. I one or two going ashore, but no damagewas Bucklen's Arnica Salr

by other hands? I W. Boone has just returned from :; done outside of a good wetting from The best salve in the world fo.

PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. the oyster banks. : the heavy rain which accompanied the bruises, wires, ulcers, salt rhenmr :fern
Our Superintendent has just returned' I sores, tetter chapped hand, Cni'bgTcorns ]

ELLIS B. WAGER Editor and Mister from a trip to Ten Mile Creek, visitingall We have fine sport fishing for black: ;i storm. and all skin eruptions, and 7 +.

schools between here and that point. bass in Turkey Creek. ;! Upon investigation into the damage! lively cures piles, or no pay req f 1

,; S1.5O per Annum. He reports good attendance. Mr. Valentine is making quite extensive -! done by the severe hail storm, it found I It tion is or guaranteed money refunded.to rive perfect Price cen

Entered at the Post Office at Titutvilleas Great excitement was caused by a for- improvements on his residence. : that it is a little greater than at first es per box. For sale by all drug stores 25 iy

Second-Class Matter. est fire the other day. It caught froma Mr. Al Brady is the boss hunter in *timated. The tomato crop was damagedthe Titusville and on Indian River. :

pile of burning trash, and came very this section. He took in two deer this most, as the tomatoes that were ----
A SQCARE la one Inch in space; 24 squares bruised by the hail have rotted insteadof
near burning several week.
make column. groves. :|
a
, recovered from the bruises, as it was
' For advertising rates enquire of the Editor Lookout! the sheriff is in the vicinity Oranges are going forward to market j

4 always enclosing two cent stamp. and, although he has a smile on his from the famous Turkey Creek orange ; at first thought they would do. The loss I < > 2 "O

on this one crop alone is probably at CD J & =:s
lips and a twinkle in his he means
THE STAR is the OFFICIAL newspaperfor eye grove. : j least a thousand dollars, and may run up i 0

Brevard county. business. COQUETTE. Our mails are regular now, and we had 1-1 to double that amount. The leaves of I '" 'd N > S tS N

'J'' round on ft1e at t3eo. Can Gallic Items. a free delivery this week by our efficient I I| the pineapples were cut badly by the S 0

THIS Adnrt1l1Dg PAPER Blueau(10 Bpruce:Rowell&St.t.wh"-Co'ad Newepapyr TORNl Capt. Young, of the Cygnus, is doinga postmaster. ]hail, it having gone clear through them

conracu m&7lie made for ItL'l'VE\V' good business. Besides a fine garden, Mr. Idner has, I in many instances. The pines are also fltlilf *

: circulation on his beautiful place, Rose Dale, many bruised, but as they are very small as yet, )
: The Star has the Largest )Ir. Frank Turner is setting out more .
varieties of fruits etc. besides flowers in it is will the
damage
; hoped they outgrow ; : s
i of any paper on the East coast of Fla. orange trees in his grove. I : : s
bloom all the time. I! but whether they will or not time alonecan c+ mpCD
I Delightful showers of much-need rain 8
: >
tell. All other and % srf
"Brevard Day." Mr. Miner has a very fine vegetable vegetables, some
on Saturday and Sunday last
t garden, and has sent some fine, large cabbages I trees also, suffered severely, and the hail 0F1j

Editor Florida Star: Capt. McAllister's sloop May is out in : to the Sub-Tropical. There is also fell with such force as to frequently tear 8. p

)' DEAR SIR,-"Brevard Day at the a new suit of canvas, and looking better '!through wire screensdoors and windows
: a large crop of tomatoes on the creek. ; W :: :
: Sub-Tropical Exposition, in Jacksonville : than ever. but the list of broken
enough
curiously
1 CD
boom and g. '
Turkey Creek is on quite a I ; 0 CD
\; has been arranged for Wednesday, Mr. John L. Harrison will soon le window lights is not as great as might be '
trees blooming. Several m (DO ill
are
i March 14th. We hope the citizens of' shipping tomatoes from his garden on orange groves I Ihave expected. Capt. 0. S. Porter heads the jD j 0
out.Iessrs.. Macom-
been U
planted s
; :: )
the county will avail themselves of the the Eau Gallie. I
p been list with a loss of thirteen panes, some of
all
ber, Weed and Corbet have busy O CD. ,
. opportunity to visit the grand display. Mr. J. S.Ernest's .... n- V.l."
them
: Kathleen being quite large ones
The Messrs.
steamer Hodgson's land fur ; J ro
out trees
planting clearing
..
veg- ...
t round tickets will bet i 0
i Excursion trip e.
p
0 m
side homestead resi-
west
boat, made her usual trip to Mel etables and we have had two new set- new :>
half ; p 'a cio -
three dollars from Titusville, and tnCD p..
dence had six broken Geo. Gales
bourne last.
;
on Saturday who their panes
tlers
'
lately, are putting up
. rates on steamers on this river. For the : I .
The sloop Kelpie is fast approaching buildings and rushing things. only two, and Rev. E. Hey ser fortunatelycounts 0 P p t1Lake
I: credit of Indian River let us have a big but and that cracked. c+ .
completion under the hands of Captain MIKADO.St. one, merely ::s C tit
' turn out. Several other lost few CDP
parties a ,
Adams and the Messrs. Hodg n. panes (!
J'Q + K hi
Yours truly, Lucic Items.Dr. but just who and how many, has not yet .N...... c '" S
A. L. HATCH, The fine steam yacht Yera, Captain + .... c+ 0Qop
Griffin has returned to his home in been learned. Enough damage was done, n0 c .
'I' Brevard County. Carey in command, is now numbered 'o Ul gf o
: Secretary: the North. however, to make one and all hope never :2 tr1 p gjL I"
the Eau Gallie river steamers.
j LaGrange LeaTes.r among The St. Lucie House is crowded with to see another such storm in this vicinity. :::s

Mr. Treutler, of the Treutler House, boarders.Mr. M.
;r The C. L. S. C. hold weekly meetings has purchased the steamer Maggie Dil- SAM.MASTER'S < PP
!. in interest. A. Bell and son are making some j 0 t 3
which growing
are rapidly
lon, of Daytona, to be used in connectionwith CD.
fine I.
r very syrup. SALE.
There are several parties visiting our the hotel.

} community with a view to purchasing Mr Harry Harry accompanied the Notice hereby given that under and by virtueof
Mr. George Gleason's steamer Uniqueis railroad a final degree of sale and foreclosure renderedby
.
: surveyors.Dr. the Honorable John D.
land. Broome. Judge of the
on the ways, being completely over- Circuit Court for the Seventh Judicial Circuit of
The entertainment by the school in hauled and repaired under the owner'sown Smith and family, of Eden, have the State of Florida, on February 17th, A. D. 18S 1I.
1 Worth
to Kentucky.The in a certain cause iu Chancery therein pending in Town Lots.
honor Washington's birthday, was supervision. gone the Circuit Court for Brevard County and for the
1 Wednesday railroad from St. Lucie to Lakeland Circuit aforesaid wherein Edward Pease is complainant The undersigned have quite a number
' postponed, but took place on The Messrs. Hodgson Bros are shipping : and Edward C Weeks and Mary J. weeks, of good lots in the new town of Lake
1 1: the 29th. is being surveyed.We his wife. and T C. Weeks are defendants I, aa
Worth. We will
and
sweet potatoes weekly, and have a Master in Chancery will Sell for cash to the purchase improve

,. 1 Mr. W. N. Hendry, our enterprising new crop of tomatoes and egg plants received a very pleasant call from highest bidder on Monday. April the Second, 18s&, for parties at a distance.
the being the first
same Monday in the month in PORTER & PUTTER
K i merchant, has received his appointmentas nearly ready for the market. our friend, Mr. Tom Paine. front of the Court House door, in Titusville, Bre- ,
: General Real
Estate
yard County. lorida, between the legal hours of Agents,
postmaster, Mr. E. L. Brady having Mr. and Mrs. Hodgson and Mrs. Superintendent Sams was down seeing sale, all the following described real estate to-wit : Lake .,,"orth, Dade Co., Fla.
The north-west quarter (nw 1.4* of Section
Twenty
the office. the schools last week.
: resigned to (:.(>) in Township Twenty Seven South of --- -- - ---
t, Hodgson, sen., of Canada, and the child- (.7))

; J, j Mr. S. Singleton, who has been employed ren of the family all enjoyed a trip to i Mr. James Olmstead and family are Range and Thirty-Seven sixty (ICO: )(37)acres East all, containing in Brevard one County hundred PALM COTTAGE

( for the past three months on theJ. Dr. Wittfeld's inlet during the past I spending a few weeks at Jupiter. State of Florida. ,

1'1: t. T. & K. W. Railway, spent his vaca- week, in the launch Kathleen.Mr. The sloop Golden Rule arrived here March Witness A. I*my. 1888.!hand and seal this first day of TITUSVILLE, FLA.

tion in visiting friends here. Len Griffiths in WALTER S. GRAHAM, [Seal.]
IastSaturdayCapt. com-
and Mrs. Carey, of Rochester, Master
in Chancery fur Brevard County
Mr. James Mitchell is spending a few mand. \V. II. (filHaon) Reasonable Rates. Pleasant Lotatk
N. Y., have purchased land on the Eau
with Mr. Thomas Johnson and is Solicitor for Complainant. !a St
days -
Gallie river, and contemplate building at Wild cats arc quite numerous in St. Xear Grand View Hotel.

i I making preparations to have a road cut once ; or at the latest will have all build- Lucie. You can see them in broad day- ------
Mrs. G. W.
I'I from his hammock property to Minis master's Sale. Mackenzie Proprietress.
ings ready by next fall, when they returnto light crossing the public road.
station.
; Eau Gallie r'er.. Mr. Bell's fine orange grove is white Notice is hereby given that, under and ORANGE TREES FOR SALE.
Several handsome baskets off by virtue of a final decree of sale and fore-
very
with blooms and if the stick and
oranges :Fine Healthy Buds in sour stock.
the ladies of LaGrange The Maggie Dillon carried a merry ex- closure, rendered by the Honorable JohnD.
flowers were sent, by do not he will think it boom.In Grown on high pine land.
:: be used in the cursion party from this place on Sundaylast split quite a Broome, Judge of theCircuit Court for
to decorating
PER HUNDRED.
the Seventh Judicial Circuit of the Stateof
J i: steamer Rockledge in honor of the Pre \' Melbourne and Tighlman, our last items we said marriage bells Florida, on February 17, 1888, in a cer- Stock 5 in. in diam., bud 1 year, $15.00.

f sident's visit. and returning to our river during the were going to ring, but it turned out a tain cause in chancery therein pending in h 1" 25.IIJ.

evening. The trip was a free one tendered clear case of "kick," as the young man the Circuit Court for Brevard county and I" 1". 3500.
Mr. A. T. Feaster returned to Jacksonville u ti u it ) t< 45.0ft.
for the circuit aforesaid
wherein Ellen It"
by Mr. Treutler, of the Treutler they were to ring for went off lame.
I on Tuesday. After spending two Nevin and Thomas F. Nevin, her hu And Villa Franca Lemon
House, Eau Gallic. Among the invited Lake Worth. band, are complainants, and Samuel J. Prices for large lots can be had upon

expressing guests were Mr. Carey, Mr. and Mrs. Weather fine. Frost, adult, and Lucy Frost, Jennette application to

I \\"altonIr.. Mellor, Mr. and Mrs. Bennett Frost, Robert Frost, and Arthur Frost, infants 11H..tD.1MS.. Kau (.8111(>.
not remain longer. Some visitors going, but more comingall and Samuel II. Ray, their guardianad 43

visited Jacksonville and quite a number of other the time. litein, are defendants, I, as Master in
Your
correspondent friends. Chancery, will sell for cash, to the highest
No school the 22nd out of
on ,
respectto
during the visit of the Presidential bidder, on Monday, April the second, iNvS.
GRAND VIEW HOTEL
party. The citizens gave the Presidentand Our little'settlement on the Eau Gallie the late lamented G. the same being the first Monday in the ,

welcome river can now boast of at least three Mr. Chas. Johnson, a brotherinlawof month, in front of the Court-house door in
not only a hearty
party ,
steamers,and more contemplated. Count- :\McCormick, arrived on the ICth. Titu.sville, Brevard county, Florida, between TITUSVILLE, FLA.
but honored their visit by decorating the the legal;: hours of sale, all the following
city most elaborately. ing craft of all kind*;:, Eau Gallie can The Episcopal Bishop of this diocese is described real estate, to wit : --

kl T now, without any exception, number expected to be here and hold services on All that lot, tract or parcel of land situate The most centrally located Hotel in City,

Our visit to the Cub Tropical was very more than any other place, of the same the 2th. lying and being in the county of Bre -

' ; ;; gratifying. The exhibits are generally Indian River. This vard and State of Florida, and forming a IN
population, on factis NEW HOUSE. FIRST-CLASS
L Hotel accommodations for all of land lot
, ample part two, of section twentyseven -
The Brevard in
; good. department,
owing to the splendid harbor (on the visitors, including the thirteen who arrived ,township 24, south of range;: .;6 east, being EVERY lU: PECT.
charge of Mr. David Wingood, gave us banks of which the described by metes and bounds follows
new coiners are the as I'n5ur-
21st.:
: all Table
on Open the year round.
much pleasure in its display of fruits, :
settling), which i is at all times a shelter
and also their artistic arrangements ; but Dr. Cary, one of the Georgia State Fish Beginning at a point on the east boundary paved. Bath Rooms Free.
the wind from
; from whatever quarter of section 27, township 24, south of Rates. SM.5O & S3.OO: Dal.Pr.crI4 .
, we regret that the ladies of Brevard have Commissioners, arrived on the 21st, andis per
they may come. range :30 eat and 334 feet north of the half
. l contributed so little. TRUTH. stopping with Rev. E. Heyser. mile iK st, thence making with said
The B. started limn angle of 7S degrees;: and 23 minutes
Mary again for Jacksonville -7. A. MILLER. Prn/irielor.
An incident, which I desire to men- run south 7b degrees andS minutes : !
Another correspondent: at Eau Galliesays the lath and Fozzardleft west
on Capt.
tion, was the meeting, at May Town, of true i meridian), to Indian River; thence
the train which bore Mr. Cleveland and : I with schooner at the same time. northerly along said river to a point two FOR SALE.
Eau Gallic is booming. hundieil awl tight! and half feel
a (20SJ
I )
,
Mrs and Miss ,
his friends. AVe had been sidetrackedto Briggs: went up to visit -
:\rr of X. Y. has land from the line first run and in a line -
Knapp, bought jterptndicular
Mrs. X. )[. Pitts the
17th and
allow the train to pas. As it came on I therefrom; thence north 7 degrees

., opposite our position it stopped, and from Gov. Gltl: -on. from there they left for their Northern I and 2s: minutes east (true meridian!- THE WELL-KNOWN :SIIAKPIt:
,
;'( 'jf; there, in the pine woods, under the blue Mr. J. O. Walton i is buy building a home. I to the east boundary of the section, amt YACHT
thence south
said
along boundary line to
.) I, : skies of Florida, the chief ruler of sixty dining-room and kitchen. Miss M. A. Couch and Mr. Caphart the place of "beginning, containing five i iZ t MALABAR

{ /I. i1 I millions of people came out of his coach Eau Gallie had a pleasant it from left on the 17th to vi-it Xorthern Flor- I acres, more or KvsAnd also all that other BELLE OF

! and saluted and shook Mrs. the Rev. Mr. tract of land in the county and State aforesaid -
hands Mulfonl
1 with his Campbell, ida before going to their homes up in the I
:. fellow Dr. Duboser.. Allan I known a> the northeast quarter i i N. : Will be Sold Very CHeap fir Cas .
'I citizens. Ladies and gentlemen Campbell and blizzard region. 1?. } I of section twent '- ix ((26)), in iown-

1: : of all political parties, greeted him mlti Mr. Hector.Mr. On the evening of the ICth quite a I ship twenty-four( ), south of range;: thirty-

his wife. This of Fix ((3G: : >, east of Tallahassee meridian
charming scene welcome containing -
4 r '\ : caught a fine 91b bass at zephyr sprang up and several boats were t one hundred and sixty (ICO) acres ADDRE.-* :
and in these wild woodswas
security his wharf. lIe also caught an ojK s:",um caught out in, but no serious cata..tru-I Excepting; however,from the foregoing one J. E.; ('IL\PIN, JIalabar} }'la.

a grand, a sublime exhibition of the which he presented: to Mrs. Carey who plies oecarrC'd.r.. and Mrs. Josiah hundred and sixty acre piece a plot of aye 41AOENTB
wisdom of institutions. ((3t: acres. the oi Alfred E. Jahr -
our republican property ,
Sherman and Mr. :1I1dIr
will take it home. '. James were I for Add
described: as follows: Begining in the X. WANTED to Canvass of
out in the latter' sail boat, and were j ,\". \ of the N. E j J of section Patronage. A small amount
jI twentyix aoayp
Courtney Ink Drops.Olive Mr. John Carey has purchased land I work done with tact aDd tntelliitnce
obliged; to anchor and spend the night in i ((201", tuwn-hip 24, south of Ui r; east; "commencing dace a considerable income. .Aintl lnll.'
t r green Tam O'Shanters are all the from Mr. John Mellor and Mr. F. Hous i the boat. Mr. and Mrs. X. M. Pitt I one acre east of the northwest hundred dollars commisaionsm.sing'aand
? ton. Captain Bennett has also purchasedland were !t corner of said quarter section, running one incur no personal npo lbiUt7.thlUut
rage. I on their home in a skiff but in hit i t at the neerestnewspaperofflce ;.
way east thence lour and :
acre
and both gentlemen intend building onehaliU i ) is the best known and buS equippedetuw
The HcJlr.. Carpenter held service at fight against the wind and waves he I t acres south; thence three-quarters next winter. the taform
: and adrertiiers
:\Ir..J. H. am'son the 17th in-t. I IIr. broke an oar and they were obliged to I i acrevtt; thence two acres south, thence which conveying they require to order to cake theitIn'..1-

Mr. J. C. Wilson :\ Treutler, who has pufcha-ed stop at Mr. Geo. A. Gate over j i I ftnequart'r1'}) of an acre west, thence meats wisely and profitably. blenofg and prsco&s
of Boaufonl, S. C., night, as north to place of beginning,containing live dress, or women if well informed

is paying Courtney a flying visit. the steamer Maggie Dillon inviteda was also Rev. E. Hevser, who, with his ( ">) acres. age nay for obtain us. authority Apply by to letter solicit to advtrti'in8 Ow-P. F'W'I1Jo

f All the heavily party to a trip Melbourne(', Turkey two little sons and Mr. A. E. Hewer, All of the above described real estate being &Co.NeaspaperAiertuia Bur'aa..108p G-
t : orange trees are blooming St.New York,and tuUpart.uu1art--
Creek, Mrs. Valentine'etc.. The party I were on their way home in the Pearl, a in the county of Brevard, State of by return mail. __
and present a fair prospect of an j Florida.
I Ilr.
included Captain and Mrs. Treutler sail boat belonging to the latter, and hav- :

abundant crop for 89. :\ and Mrs. Mellor, Mr. and Mrs. J. 0.1' ing a skiff loaded with cocoanuts in tow. i I J Witness my hand and seal this first dav \OTICE.All ,. 1u
The LaRoche Bros have returned froma "' J I of March, A. IX, IsSS. the Creditor of Ensey.S I'l' once
'\'altonIr.. and Mrs.
Carey, Captain Their sail got so badly torn that they their account at
settle
trip to Melbourne. They were boating [SEAL] WALTER S. GRAHAM, requested to tbeJ11.
f Bennett, Captain Kitchell, Mr. Smith, could no longer manage the boat, to they or legal action will be taken a alas the
lumber for which their mill is famous. Master in Chancery for Brevard Co. e t'C t
etc. Bad weather prevented Mrs. Glea- anchored in front of Mr. Gates' Several This stop i N made necessary to

What is this world to when and friends from been GEORGE M. ROBBING.Complainant dissolution of the firm.
i coming ayOUfif son present. An other parties were caught in the storm, Solicitor. ENSEY & r.uKLOtttTitu : S

i man carries a crate of tomatoes excellent spread was provided. and some few buts dragged their anchors, MarJi 1, 1888. 4:%'>t. *




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THE FLORIDA STAR, THURSDAY, MAR. 1, 1888. JINDIAN


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RIVER L. C. OLIVER, WI 1


4 1t Real Estate Agency Dealer in i S. H. RAY, }. J


: Titusville, Florida. GEORGIA PINE LUMBER, 1 -

f SEND FOR DESCRIPTIVE LIST. Successor to J. C. Norwood and Co.,

1 Chas. D. Sweet, Manager. Of all kinds Dressed and Undressed. j, It.It t11.


. -a. JHardware. :HECTOR, Shingles, Ceiling, Lath, Mouldings, Lime, Brick, Etc. Etc. TITUSVILLE, FLA. : 7' .1


and TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.All 1
4Cen'I

Large Orders Filled with Dispatch. Yard and Office near J. T. & K. ".. Railway Depot.F. "
General Produce

G. HUCKABAY. F. T. BUDGE.

MERCHANT. Merchandise XCROCKERY

Florida. UC . yoBUDGrE,
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Melbourne.



TITDSYILLE BAKERY THE LAFLIN & RAND Agents POWDER fOr COMPANY. STORE. r Ii IiI



Washington Avenue,near.the Railroad.

ORANGE RIFLE POWDER : 251b. kegs $5; 12ilb kegs $2.75; 61lb kegs $1.50; to '!
MRS. V. GAILER. propose keep i

CREEDMOOR : 6Jlb kegs $1.50; ORANGE DUCKING: 6Jlb kegs $3.00.

Fresh Bread made daily; also Pies

and Cakes of all kinds. Cakes for TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. A First-Class Stock

special occasions furnished
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at short notice.

GIVE HER A CALL. BEAUTIFUL RIVER FRONT J. :BIR.1'TB.A..Ua t -01"GROCERIES-


A'fFORCED TIT USFILLL, FLA.
Geo. B. Rumph.

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A FULL LINE OF SALE.


GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS. ONE MORE HOLIDAY. ,

3Gi acres of high dry land beautifully
situated on Indian lliver. Gives at leasta
quarter mile river front. Will be soldat
least i 50 per cent. less than any land DRY GOODS
of like nature on the river. We are Over Coats. ,,
( ordered to sell, and sell we must.
1'dtt i )j 1 Address or call on Men's Suits.

Youth's Suits.Children's NOTIONS
1 Chas. D. Sweet, ,

Manager Suits.And .
'

Indian River Real Estate Agency, all other Goods in proportion. I am now milking room for Sum Mons' Ladies A: ClitCLOTHING" ."

r TITUSVILLE, FLA. 25 mer Goods, and will sacrifice a nice line of Goods in order to make
&
&: :: room. Call and examine my NICE AND SELECT GOODS.

WM. H. SHARPE, --0- SHOES..A. .


FINE AND'LINEN REAL ESTATE AGENTFOR J. BIR. rnA.TT1/I, ;


THE ONE PRICE CLOTHIER
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1i NA VAI CITY POINT.Lands .

i sold on long time with interest, or Second Door East of Indian River Bank, TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.

ROBERT BUIST'S on the lease system, or for cash.. ..-rei y

Lands cleared and planted, and cared for
Fresh Garden SeedsSold if desired ; by contract or otherwise. TITUSVILLE CASH STORE,

at Philadelphia Retail Prices. Will Refer to E. M. Rreese, Detroit, Mich.: ; I
make special orders and prices to REED & STEERS .
Jno. C. Norwood, Titusville, Fla.; B. W. ,
parties wanting seeds and J. Stras,Tazewell Court House, Va.;
in bulk. and A. Becker, Montreal, Canada, for Is Acknowledged Headquarters for ,

Geo. B. Rumph. whom I have made groves.

19 Titusville Fla. Fine Groceries

LAKE WORTH.LOTS Gent's Furnishing oOtls,

o. s. roKTEK. OEO. w.. Surveyor POTTER.Co. ALWAYS ON HAND.ALSO .

FOR SALE in the New Town ALSO
of Lake Worth fronting on the waters .
PORTER & POTTER of the lake of that name so well knownfor J:1a.11.a.n.; 'Vil1 Paints; ,
its mild climate tropical scenery,and
splendid hunting: and tishing. White: ; LoLtd, I.oroseno, GLASSWARE
The undersigned have at List yielded ,
Raw an.c1. Boi1ec1. Lin.scec1. Oil,
to the pressure and consented to throwopen
Real Estate Dealers their land to settlers. To do this Cotton; ; Sood Meal: : an.c1. Breton.
we have divided our lands into lots con- HARDWARE t
venient for business lots winter homes. ::Hz.y Groin, Feed end ,
villas or and will sell at prices
:groves
Lake Worth Dade Co. Fla.
,
limited Fer1il1.zors.;
to suit purchasers of the most

means. Full Line c>:fREED 1'i1. AND
The above lands) are situated near the
Will and Land for Parties
Buy Improve
plain on
Inlet on a beautifully-rising & STEERE.
the west shore of the famous Lake
at a Distance. Worth commanding a supcib view of ALL 1\.RAN-1'EED.
GOODS
the lake for miles of the Inlet and of Ship Chandlery Goods.

passing vessels on the Atlantic. Agents for Bowker and Davidge Fertilizers.Clyde's I
The land is high and dry, and repays
LaVe Worth.Dade Co. FIr. ill the most tropical cultivation by an abundant: yield ot .
J. 1'irtoftlie tite. Located IIn the Atlantic Coast, most varieties! of tropical fruits and
south of Jupiter Inlet 20 miles. Jupiter being the
wrath end of Indian Ither. Lake Worth heM j>aral11 vegetables grown in this section. Pineapples New York Charleston and Florida
with the ocean beach,ia'.'." miles long:. average. {'tc.re now yielding line cropson ,
width one mile connected with the ocean by an inlet this land without fertilizing. These will be the main features "ii ru,
,and is nowhere over 3..of a mile from the ocean choice lots.
Xow is the time to select
The Jins_
tilO\hin2l'annot be excelled and our hunting the Steamship
lst for all kinds of came Some iH-autifiil cocoanut Call upon us and see plat. business but orders sent mo forany-
grove in bearing on the lake: ; mangoes, ssppadilloeB. of this Line to sale
:For prices and description apply to The Elegant Steamers are appointed in iuTitiw-
alligator pear sugar all..ll's. nua\a: Spanish thing kept anymore

almonds gooseberry limes,dates Jamaica trees,t\JiI.mammee apples bananas Atocada apples, lint'al'pl"l'.orangt'iI.,pears mamniee tamarinds t-apo, Emanuel E. Heyser or Allen E, HzyserlLake FROM JACKSONVILLE, vilie will b< Ilrmnl'Uy fiUff!.
Fla. ,'
limes lemons, citron and all tropical fruits and Worth SEMINOLE (New) Thursday, Mar. 8th, 1:00 pm
flomers.
This is the most eastern part of Florida;
the gulf stream being nearer to the land than at CHEROKEE,(New). Thursday, Mar. loth, GOO a m
any other part of the coast which insures the most SEMINOLE (New).Thursday, Mar. 22d 1, 1?:Otl noon
even temperature of any part: of the State. Good Thursday Mar. 29th 3:80::
hotel and Mores. Lots of all sizes and prices se. TITUSVILLEFORNITDRE CHEROKEE, (New) amFB.ONJ ,
cured by the above firm who have most all of the '
in best land to sell. Parties buying now will no doubt : : FER.N ANDJN A., Will buy Fruits, Eggs, Chickens, I
a short time more than double the purchase mo
ney. \\e hue lots of all sizes, from five to one hundred Every Sunday Afternoon X
acres all fronting on Lake Worth. Prices from i
>30 to f 300 per acre. Some beautiful hltell1iteil,also STORE. Alter arrival of the
improved property,cottages,etc. The following Or any Country Produce<< my cu area few of our best bargains: Florida Railway and Navigation Co.'s Train
.
So1. .
S3.24 acres west of l..nkeWrth. friends bring
.. or may
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I> 3 2.-55.34._-'13 I" on.. west.. shore.. of.. Lake.. Worth... Leaving Jacksonville atla p. J1).
3.-27 with;bout 70 rod frontage to market.I .
on west shore of Lake Worth. DELAWARE Sunday Mar. 4th Y1I: It SET: Sunday .Mw. SSStcaiiHrs c.
5.- 51-2 acres with 1-4 mile front on west Froscher YEMASSEE Sunday, :Mar. 11th I
shore. A. DELAWARE Sunday, Mar. ISth I
*' S,-231-2: west shore. .
1'.-15 acres tc on- east"lO.t.5.41 arc appointed to eaU from Pier:9, Ka-t Jin'reV York,

"" 11.-19 "" .c" west east -c. 19 mile front. PROPRIETOR. Every Tuesday and Friday at :'i o'clock, P. M.
11: -10 .. tt.. .c ask for a share of the public patronage
13.-1 .. .. N The freight and p.is 14.-10 .. west given business rntnistetl to thi- 15.-4 lots of 5 acres each with 10 rods frontage Direct all shipments from New York via ClytleS I Florida Line, I'n-riy Lat Kiver.
each on west shore of the lake. Theseare For further information apply to 1..t. I.EiL1E:, AKtnt
bargains. J. A. STEAD \gent ;
.c 16.-25; acres with new cottage on east shore Parlor Suites FeniantUna. Fla. \\ Bay 't.,Jivek-onville: Fla.
!*.-5 c. t. modern cottage of 7 roomson TIIEO. (;. EGCU, Traffic Manager, W>I. P. CLYDE ."'- CO.; OFX'L, .\( T-,., If courteous treatmentgood
tact hhore.in 33 Broadway,:\.Y. 1uJh Wljarve-: l'hi1tlll'lphia,:V"i Ilroadway, N.Y.
.-27; acres! on east shore. F. M. IKOXMOXGEli.: ; Jr.. ....rtf-'a!Trdhnk' 't Jacksonville.. Florida. goods and low figures i*
.
c.-., 10.-19 19.-20 ct".. c..... west east '.. Bed Room Suites, Since last season VENTILATORS have been constructed on the iron steamers for the the candidate for
:1.-16 went better transportation of Oranges and Vegetables
Si.-:3 !.;acres on east shore with new, mod _________----- ____ __ __ ___ ____u_____ ______ public favor, t
ern-built house of 8 rooms now building, to be
ready"for occupancy by December let. This Mattresses Oranges, Lemons and Limes raised on Iifsli pine land. !
house 150 bearing and lot cocoanut for sale or trees to rent.on this There place.are Beds, I Guavas Pomegranate, Olives, Persimmons, (Jocoanut, Peaches Figs, Pears, then I'melected. ,"

Also a new cottage of S rooms beautifully Sapodillas, Plum, Almonds, Grapes." .
situated on eastiideof lake and 5 acres of I l I.
ground attached NURSERIES.
RIVER
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23.-157 acres of land*n Key Largo. Springs, INDIAN
tC 2*.-to on west side, 40 rods back of i I
the lake. Rose!', Poinciana, hibiscus, Allamandas, Catalpas, BouvardiaJecamine) ::,
't" 5.40; acres on.. west shore. Eucalyptus, Euphorbias.CATALOGUE I II Ii I
-6--10 cast: t. and new cottage. And everything in the FURNITUREline. plea13 i
These are all bargains. Come and see them, if MAILED FREE. TERMS CASH.
Possible; otherwise write. Call and see the New Stock ,
Parties wishing further information, enclose received. JOHN U. BEACH, Indian River Nurseries, East Melbourne, Fla.
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I intention of making a spring southern tour. I Wonderful Cures.covery .
Effective portieres can be crocheted or knit HERE AND THERE.
WHAT THEY WEAR.
of rags, if sufficient care is given, to their I -- A Bostonian stands ready to bear half the V. D. Hoyt Co., Wholesale and Pot-

Liberty silks are the fashion excellencefor preparation. Of course the coarsest needlesof Maine has fourteen cities, and Waterrille expense of putting a New England league I tall Druggist of Lome, !,a_, say!': lie

young English girls. par wood or bone should be used, and due reJt will soon be added to the list. team in Boston for SS, but he can find no have been selling! Dr. King New

i( shown to harmony or contrast of color. partners.The Electric Bitter
Pink tulle is a favorite shade for young gard The average Mexican laborer supports his ?, and BuckW*
!
society buds this season. In art embroidery the tendency is to go family on ten cents per diem, invested in Cincinnatis have canceled the Pitts- Arnica Salve for four years. HaventTe s

away from painfully short and close stitches corn end beans. burg dates-17th, ISth and 1'Jlh! of ApriL handled remedies that sell a* well J

combination Shrimp pink in with tan color is a pretty to those long slant ones that give, much the I There are forty-three log school houses in The change in the schedule knocked that planin give such universal satisfaction.! There,
an evening
gown. effect of brush strokes, with the further advantage i Iowa. This is the number given in the reportof the head. have been tome wonderful cures of

Chaplets of fine flowers are worn by young of being much more quickly exe- the state superintendent for 158';". The Birmingham club is report ed as having by these medicines in this city. Sever
girls on their simple evening, coiffures. >j
cuted. : signed a deaf mute battery-James Lynch cases of pronounced consumption
A low estimate puts the number of persons haT
Moufflon fur is seen on some imported din- Crocheted sash curtains in heavy un- supported by all the forms of employment and Fred Hargraves. Both hail from Danville I been entirely cured by use of a few but t

ner costumes: ; from celebrated modistes.In bleached linen thread can be made by skillful furnished by electricity at 5,000,000.The Ills. i I i tIes of Dr. Kin;;:'s Din-ovcry, taken i in

England the fashionable tea gown is of working to be as handsome as costly lace. A "Great She" is the name of the latest The Louisville team will go to the Hot connection with Electric: litter let

brilliant red, whatever the fabric may be. bold pattern-close work upon a clear ground gold mine speculative company in London. Springs on March 10 and play there two I guarantee them alway*. old by all drat
hould be chosen and worked and weeks with the Chicago team. Manage Indian Itixer. ,
firmly
Handkerchiefs are daintier and more filmy The mine is said to be in South Africa. I store- on

than ever and embroidered with nuns' work. tvenly. _. : During 1SS7 eleven and one-half tons of Kelly has perfected all arrangements. : -
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The classic peplum is worn again and is ; postage tamps-nearly 170,000,000 in number In Hi'let'. .\ml To the l'oll1t

particularly well adapted to a graceful figs i ._ .._ I -were sold at the New York post office.A CREATION'S LOWER ORDERS.I Dyspepsia i> dreadful. Disordered

ure. TEA TABLE TALK.A Greek named Dimitrius Antippa has liver i- mi ery. Indigestion is a f.r .
",
Dr. Fairchild, of East New Brunswick, '
Still one seas the ornament of just died at Constantinople at the age of 115. good nature.
corsage little brass letter weighing arrangement He knew N. J., has a collection of 500 alligators, all
and several
ostrich tips in one or two colors, as the case < Robespierre, possessed The human digestive apparatus i
for the library table is having a wide sale and of his letters. young and from three to seven inches in hOt
of the and
maybe. most complicated
enables one to get the postage on letters just '' length. They were captured during a recent I w\lnderfui
There were not fewer than 3,4oO matriculated things in existence. It i is easily
Gold galloons are particularly effective on right. hunting trip in Florida.A ;: put out
evening costumes, and are now being made : students at Edinburgh university last I I of order.
the most of. Pocket pin cushions of stamped leather, year, and the value of the scholarship and white squirrel was caught by Andy Greasy food! tough f< odloppy
t with initial letter of surname on either side bursaries which were disposed of was40,000.: I Fleming,of Hartwell. Ga., recently. He aci -, fuo.).
Corals ire worn by the buds and should in silver emanate, it is said, from the lr om- j'i cidentally his ax on it and broke its back. I bad cookery, mental worry, late h, nr.

only be worn by them, for the pink is a very en's Exchange. A train on the Alabama and Great:Southern I White squirrels. are rarely seen. They are ;, irregular habit, and! many other thin;

trying color. I I railroad dashed through a drove of fifty j I. entirely white with pink eyes i I which ought; not to l 11 e, haw lnalt'tbl"
Enough women to fill a hall have yet to mules at Akron and killed of :
recently eight | American people a nation ..f ,
The toque composed entirely of velvet is 'earn that turning; down visiting; cards is ob- them outright. The locomotive its A Maine man, who owns a big and shaggy i:j I't'q.tilBut ,.
kept on Green's .. Flower
j \uru*t
very stylish, and for regular faces it is most snlete, and only an evidence of exceeding way without leaving the rails. j I i and black Newfoundland dog. cut off the : hadae
wonderful work in
becoming.The "waybackism." i dog hair carefully, had it carded and spun, | a reforming; thisad

draping of the soft crapes used in There is conducive to out One hundred and twenty bull fights were ||I and got two and a quarter pounds of jet I buineand: making; the AniericirA
nothing quite so given in the City of Mexico during the ,
evening gowns gives an opportunity very and out, downright, real ugliness as a toboggan year. Seventeen bull fighters were;wounded past, |j j black yarn as soft as lamb's wool. j|. their people heal so healthy and be happy.that they can tDt.
artistic effects. > !
suit on a girl of the period. "A fright1is Salina Kan. walked of j
and one professional and two amateur fighters A man a quarter llememl.er-N..
The osprey or aigrette is worn with a high no name for it. killed. j I a mile to get a gun to kill a jack rabbit II j i happinc.without

coiffure and is always dressy and effectiveas : The lamp and table combined is not only which he saw in the road, and after he had health. But Gram's: Augu-t Flower
The prize for the effectual destruction of
well as simple. at it he found that the !I brings health and happiness to the dw
fired hea'harge i
', ornamental useful, and the inventor is to rabbits offered by the New South Wales government I a j 1 i A-k fur t uttle.Seventyfive
The Directoire bodice is one which is most be congratulated upon filling to tho top a is being warmly con tested. Already rabbit was already frozen to death. peptic. your druggi-t a .

I becoming, and at the same time suited to al- "long felt want.1Just SSO inventions have been sent in to competefor : Capt. Benjamin R. Dixon. of Portsmouth, I i I cent" ---- --

l most any figure. why men should wear cloth gaiters in the 5250.000. | '-a., went out hunting ducks, and after killing j Their Hii-inr" 1I0uoIl0

Heal silver hooks and eyes are used on winter is something in the line of a riddle, The Corean never cuts his hair, and he thirty discovered a shoal of porpoises j jI I
handsome the ', of all out of i ill with the tide and left on Probably no one thin. has caused uth
evening corsages, serving excepting course, they are any wears it in a braid down his back until he I that went got
double purpose of ornament and use. but low cut shoes. gets married, when he has tho right to curlit I the ebb. lea attacked them and killed five. a general revival of trade at all the drag

Lace trimmed table cloths and the of his head. A i The ducks and the porpoises brought him store* on Indian River a- their giving:
The good taste of the empress of Japanin napkins are on top man is not sup-
choosing the colors of the chrysanthemumflowers properly voted vulgar. "Our best people' posed to be a man until he can wear his hair ; $1'J.Near! away to their customer- ofo many fret

is worthy of an artistic following.A cling to plain, heavy white damask, and they on the top of bis head. {j Ibcrville La., a bear was seen in a trial bottle-* of Dr. King's! New DUo\er\

Russian mode of making one-half the ', know they're right. The champion "Benedict" of the civilized | turnip hatch helping'himself to vegetables.Ou for Consumption. Their trade is ?imj ly

Lent small ornaments of world is Francois Sauron I being driven out he took to tho railroad I enormous in thi."l'ry valuable snick
corsage of a visiting costume of fur is one During personal wood ranger of
track and nvt an approaching locomotive, from the fact that it always cures and
Co which does not appeal to an artistic an ecclesiastical character, a leading jeweler Saint Paulien. He is Qi years old and on
eye. says, will be fashionable here, as they were Jan. 10 was married for the sixth timer to a to which he would not yield the right of way. I never di applliut Coughs, colds, asthma -

Appropriate and very pretty are the long in Paris a year ago. widow of CO. His last four marriages have I The result was what he might have expected bronchitis, croup, and all throat and

silk mittens worn by young girls with their occurred in the last four if he had had more sense.CARDS.. lung diseases quickly cured. You can
Etchings were never in such great demand years. I ___ ___ _. __
evening gowns. This is an English fancy. u u_ ___ it before by trial
to have mad More and is the test buying getting! a
as now. Society appears gone | more paper taking place of I
The Tam OShanter bonnet is both very I over them, and talks, too, about them, as if woodwork. Paper doors are now largely I bottle free, large size $1. Every bottle

f pretty and very, becommg to youthful faces, it were really crazy. substituted for wooden doors. The paper I __ ____-................ .........____...............-..-..-...._ warranted.

tt} and is made less severely plain than hitherto. Men who have gold or silver mounted pis- doors are better for the reason that they are I L.A.. GINGUAS, I ------- ----- --

The long gloves are so apt to slip off the I I tols usually shoot themselves somewhere lighter; they do not shrink or swell with 1'.1. I.UDI.\ .

arm when dancing that a pretty fashion of 1 when endeavoring to fire off the unnecessar- changes of weather; they are made from sin- Patents \\siohlngton. u. t.

i tying them up with ribbons has been adopted. ;, ily elegant weapons. gle sheets of paper molded into any desired I A IY-AT-LA: WAND liOrARY PUBLIC. -- --- ----Send--for Cirealir-

: pattern, and they are not dearer than wooden
There is a decided growth in the sleeves of The newest Parisian Derby hat has a lower Hock Ledge, Florida. A :\1c) TII. N."r.p.wr.qu.rrd .t
doors.A .
I
evening gowns, and no longer is the simple : crown and wider brim than the one in vogue $350 chanct! tn make money *i ii li fur tt'r-
.
shoulder strap tolerated in debuntantes'- here. It is almost heavy enough to make Hartford man started a good fire In a 1-----A. McCRORY ntory\rwsrk at. oi.c X. J.-. IX s. L.cie'tse' Co .

tumes. I little Frenchmen totter. sheet iron stove in his office, forgot to close I J. _ n _

Hired girls do not take to tho the draught, locked the office door and wentto ; .. :
Peau d'Espagno a sachet powder whichis kindly new I *: \ -
drive. When he back he found tho ATTORNEY-AT-LAW .
came : dz -
electric clock AGENTS'STIU.
said to be the most durable of choice operated by a wire frommilady's .
any
.
.
fire out; but it had made itself felt before I >*m>'i' ire T I
perfume. It is at once refreshing and j bed room, and regard it as a wicked ( Miami, Dade County, Florida. HILL & aa. \uuata. iluCONSUMPTIVE.
going out. Everything in the room
strong.It 1 invention of the enemy.A was
scorched, apples on a shelf were baked. and I
: a Taxes for non-residents paid. Titles
reward of $75 fora cat that has
is not the very prettiest length for an pet gone dog that had been locked in was dead, evidently examined and Abstracts furnished having A R E:
I -
evening, dress for dancing parties, but fash- astray, or has been purloined, to help line a suffocated. ,

ion dictates that the skirt shall just touch I circular for servant girls, indicates they are just completed an Abstract of the fare TOO CoBjrh. Bronchltii Arthm, IDd1c'NUoa I r.
the floor. still in fashionable favor. A rival to Dakota for the championship in Records; of Dade County. >ARKER'S GINGER TONIC without deal. B

low temperature is Werchojansk, in Siberia. -- for ta cured all affections many of of the erurstca.ca&adlathetetremadr throat and lungs and dwa**
Those fancy straw Bar Harbor baskets are ------- -
Flowers and watered ribbon are the popular The mean temperature in 1S&5 was :;0 degs. arinng from impure blood and tthant't" The fcttol
decorations for extensively used for German favors, and the' D. L. GAULDEN, and nick,trttfrg'un against di* ae,and ilo 1y drifting
evening costumes, os- below zero. For January and December it
to the grave,will im many cakes hOOTer their Ma>U by
who has the
trich tips being more to dinner girl most can effectively hang the eofFarker'5Ginger Tonic but delay taiUagerona. -
appropriate was C3 dogs; below, and for July it rose to 60 elft-
i them on an Alpine tripod. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW It In time. It is InTaluabl for aU paUM
F costumes. .. deg; above zero. The lowest temperature in And disorders of stoaiaclt and towel boa at Drasguu
----- ----
(
Men who resort to manicures for dainty (X) above ----------
July was deg while in
The Russian apron is now the chic thing i, ; January a
for the young girl who presides over the :! finger nails are the ones who, in the event ofa fall to 90 degs. below zero was experienced.This Titu-ville, Florida. CURE DEAF

samovar and brews the 5 o'clock of fire, would escape themselves and forget to 1 ': attractive winter resort is in latitude C7 ion THE .
cup ECH's' PATKXT IMPKoVE.lUHIoNLD: til.DKUMS.
steaming Pokoe. j i I rescue women and children. !! degs.; vI mins., longitude 133 degs. 51 mins. JON ES & WILLIAMS, I PKKFECTLY: UCSIOI'.E THE lIEABISu.o .

I, Some fur bonnets are seen, but are not to ,
Blue and green leather and morocco are I matter whether deafness i* canard by f.l's. **"
be admired. for more than an hour at one sit- ..tttoriicjutLaiv.. .
seen in some imported sandal shaped shoes POINTS FOR GILDED YOUTH. vers. or injuries to the natural drum AI..ays i
I ting. Women who wear them probably do position but iimsible to otLer and comlorubl
without heels, which are to be worn with Titusville. Florida.
!
!
not mind being conspicuous. ftar Mueio. con\eration. buyers InrI
aesthetic ; Bangle rings for male idiots are promiseda .
tea
gowns. I iHtinetly. Wf rrfer to tho..> urine them fs nd
A large fairy lamp in the center of the : run. for Illustrated boot of pr of*free Add"

without No wedding a fan to trousseau correspond is with now complete i, table, and smaller ones at each plate, is a Bow knots are being worn extensively, with GEO. )I. BOBBINS, F. HISCOI. 84'J Brt'aduay. New fork
even-
every i dinner party fashion that is productive of everyday dress in Paris. .
toilet and with
ing extensive
an wardrobethis
item is no small one. pretty and brilliant results. .I Combinations of moonstones and cat's eye ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, L1EBIG COMPANY'S EXTRACTOF

At the formal dinner party where caterers or tiger eye stones for gentlemen's link sleeve
MEAT. Finest and Cht'I11..at- FiaTouriM
The girdle is the most graceful thing a are employed no carving is done at the table buttons are new and popular. TITUSVILLE, FLA. Stock for S up". Made lil.Lt. ..: ,1 sauce. At
slight figure is capable of wearing, and is always i by the host, and everything is passed. This nual sale 8.COU 0 0 Jar..
Striped neckwear is to take short ,
artistic.; It should however be of a vaca
: on the authority of a fashion
paper. ATKINSON.
pliant silk or Indian mull. tion. More and greater variety than ever H. .
The amount of money represented by car- before of broken figures will be the rule. I LIE1IIG COMPANY'S EXTRACTOF
Openwork hose are in bright red and other I riage furs and robes this winter makes
an
I Cane heads are now popularly made to JUSTICE OF THE PEACEFor MEAT. An invaluable tonic ''I* a slKftll
new and fashionable colors to match I
evening ; anti-povertyite go out of sight and as a .should frtl iUtt'-
weep matches a timepiece cach- and a boon for which nation. .
cigarettes
tarry .
dress fabrics. Spun silk or raw silk are I whangdoodle mourning over the kidnapping the Second Justice District of Ure- 'nl"- ee Iedl.all'rf'u." Lantet' Ac
ous, gum, pins, change, scent, or 2. slug of
equally well liked, and the only real differ- i I of her young. I vard Court third
days
county ; Mondayof
ence is in the price. GENUINE with Blue Signature
Valentines elaborate rye.In each
are and month.
very costly, all classes of furnishing goods for the
: and take the forms of souvenirs that are I --- OF BARON I.IEBIG in fae.,.!mile across Iabfol
---
coming warm weather connoisseurs thereof -- -- --- -
HOME DECORATIONS. practical, useful and everlasting. This year'sj Highly recommended a.. a night-iip uit-uad aalcoLuhc
will search for rather unique and delicate V. BONKFJl. drinks.
I j displaalready made would delight the tints or shadings.
Wall banners are hopelessly passe. I!I heart of a wooden girl. GMice
I II
Astrakhan with LIEUIG COMPANY'S EXTRACT
gloves calf or kid palms are
Burnt orange is the shade of yellow that ( deservedly the most popular fancy hand of the Peace and Sur eyor.

should be chosen for the fittings of a bru SPORTING AND ATHLETIC. covering found in years. They sell on sightat OF \fE.\T. To rw' hl of all storekeeper oroeer llllk'd*
nette's boudoir. > Can furnish the highest testimonials from and rt.eimrt Sole aunts fur the
j Freddy Gebhard has named of his a remunerative price. Surveyor-Genertl ot Dakota a* competency' State* r.wholesale oily] C David < o. 'frl-
Drapery is more than ever in favor, but ', horses Her one race ,I Some German fashion plates have peculiar as U. S. DEPUTY SURVEYOR church .\\enue, London.OTICI. EDjd.uut.!
must be well chosen the Lilvship. of public lands. Terms for field work, -- -
or effect will be that : styles in collars; they all seem to be comparatively platting -- -
of a color shop ruu mad. Fred Richardson, the jockey, has fallen II an.l all land calculations, $5. per day or any
low, and the front forms a letter part ot u day: and expenses paid.WAVELAND. \ :.
heir to fortune in
a large
It is lawful, but not advisable, now to use England. half way between a U and a V. FLUItlDA.T. .

more than six yards of ribbon in the ornamentation There will be seven cross country events I II Scarfs for spring .will be much narrower In Circuit Court of tit Svcnti J'Idtai!

of one wicker chair. I and hurdle races during: the St. Louismeeting. 'I than were last fall's productions, and, in the JOHNSON COCKSHUTT. l'uHltIJ.
Circuit Florida UrtranlIn
of ,
The bullrush and the stork, like the poor, majority of styles, the outer apron will be -
Bill Bradburn declines to go against Kil- slightly puffed close to the bottom of the knot.
j we have always with us-but they grow hap- I Justice of the Peace ( },alltfrJ.
rain and that his ,
says announcement that
I
pily less frequent as the seasons rolL For wear with the new flannel shirt
he would not again enter the ring was bona ite scarfs shown made I And Notary PublicStatc-at-Large. Court Antoinette De
are of
exquis-I "j for
January is the month of "great clearingout lcnthc1l rill j
checked and tinted i day l Saturday month.
sales''-and they are vermuch neededin fide.As stripped : LaGrange, Fla. v** Divorce.

one-half at least of the parlors of today yet the deposit of $200 by Mike Daly, interest in them is enhanced by the fact that :, -----_ ____ ___ u_ u_ Alexander De H lIthcJ. )i

tho light weight champion, for a fight with H. It. H. wore one at a recent "meet." P KUKCHFIELD
The big tufted quilted sachets that make a ,, McAuliffe or any other man of his weight, ,: R. Alexander De llenthel.
fad
A new the dudes is to of tleaboveusnied
perfumed lining for one's drawer are about has not been covered. among carry It appearing from the affidavit
balanced between nltJ
the thumb and
forefingerof this day
,
the most tempting things woman can puther Teemer, Hamm and McKay, of Canada,are! the right hand a huge cane, around the complainant belief ales
hand to.El3.boratc. i COUNTY SURVEYOR. before rte that in her YOIl
to row in the series of international scullingraces center of which is tied a bright colored rib- of Floru -
non-resith nt of the Mate
frilled covers of silk and lace for at Punta Garda r. Charlotte harbor, bon with streamers. The girls tie them on. Orders by mail will receive that of exceeding 21|
are an
cushions, toilet bottles,etc., are gorgeous, but Fla., on Feb. 10 and 11, for a purse of 1,000.. prompt] you are adJres.and .
Big furnishers have special figured silks ; attention :;s calls in persjn.JS.FCRAY years, and that your pot-olHx-e
far from cleanly, as they catch and hold dust ,
Terre Haute has withdrawn for them in Paris her.
from tho trotting woven but say they loge Address residence are unknown: tu
world without end. : Georgiana Fla.
j circuit composed of Columbus, 0., Saginaw in the long run, as no less than 100 yards can I __ ______ It i K therefore, ordered that: )on.| du

Knit rugs, tufted with zephyr, are handsome > and Kalamazoo,and has joined :circuit be had of any one pattern, and one failure I answer or demur to the bill ofcompl5itfiled

' and rich looking, but so tedious that j composed of Terre Haute, Freeport, Ills., will reduce the profit ot the whole pro I by said complainant this dav. oj

unless one has young eternity of leisure the Janesville, AVis., and Milwaukee.Jack duction. fore mc. on or before the fifth uf

game is hardly worth the candle.It I, Wannop, tho heavy weight wrestler Metallic shades, so called in furnishing : Watch Maker and Jeweller. March. _\.). 1SSS. else said bill will w

is now high fashion to let both holidayand and boxer, leaves England early next month goods silks, are popular and new varieties i taken as confessed.It iwl>c

wedding gifts body forth somewhat of for the United States, where he will wrestle eagerly sought. All the glistening lines of i* further ordered that this 3

,, your own handiwork, but as you love us, Evan Lewis, of Chicago. TTannop says he I gold, silver, copper and bronze have been ALL WORK WAiUAXTKl be published in the KLOKII SUKe ofRrevard.

spare tho placque with golden rod or autumn will fight or wrestle any man in America, caught and transferred to the loom, forminga newspaper published in said Conn"et*

leaves.A and he can be accommodated if he has any novel and desirable line.-Clothier and i!i Shop at John M. Duon' Dru: Store. Titusville, ITaI State of Florida, ouces

Furnisher. for four const'cutivewecks. .
money.
table cover brought home by a travelerin i Chambers "
Done and ordered at
India, of dull olive, stiff, with dead gold The light weight champions of America are MIDWINTER BASEBALL TALK. I JJ T. REDDING, Orlando. Florida, this 27th day of Jsn..
embroidery, is both the admiration and the thicker than hollyberries before a cold winter.
I A. I). lSSS.I. .
of all beholders its There are only five of them, as follows Jack
despair save lucky 'I' : I
pos BKOOME.Judge : .
McAuliffe Pitcher Titcomb has signed with the New [ .. S.] .JOHN D. .
Billy Dacey W.
sessor. Myers Mike i CONTRACTOR AND Circuit
York club. BUILDER 7th Judicial
,
I Daly and Harry Gilmore. And'Daly, whoI
Now that passementerie is so much the I holds the belt,has seen the least service of The International association has decidedto II I i ii Florida.. C1'c"Court .t
ladies spend their leisure any i II Titusville Fla. I .\. Clerk of the
rage, may economically of the five. play no Sunday games. I A. Stewart. hereby
if not profitably, in crocheting said County and State do
handsome ornaments for their spring gowns L. E. Myers writes from Australia that he The International association has not yet i' Is now prepared to attend to work in this certify that the iuregoiiig Is a true COP
is well and foot selected a single umpire. line and furnish matt-rials. _
and doing racing is so popular in Estimates given of original order of publication now :
wraps. 1 that country that a sprinter, if he feels so inclined The Detroits claim to have, played 1SS games I, and when so desired solicited.and the erection of building file in otHcc. Witness my han IV
I Clusters of silvered bronzed dwellings 45yl my .
acorns,gilt, or can run twice a week in handicaps. last year. This beats the record, if correct seal this 30th day of January, *.
and wired to a light chain, are pretty to hang Myers concludes his letter by that
stating Deacon White does not consider the Detroit Will also furnish town lots with houses complete ISSS.
below a bracket or picture, or to entertwine Australia knocks the spots out of England or at reasonable rules. Houses built 111 STEWAKT,
with the ribbon looping back draperies of America as a foot and horse racing center. team weakened a particle by Dunlap's sale. any style to suit purchasers. Prices and full A. A. of Circuit C0at-

Madras muslin. The Indianapolis club has abandoned its particulars furnished upon appication. Clerk



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THE FLORIDA STAR, THURSDAY, MARCH 1, 1888. 7

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D a: DON'T SCARE THE DOCTOR. SHERIFF'S SALE. I Luddeo & Bates' Souihein Music House. '
3
* arafJiP to I 'er 'If With Resistance.frrcsvnxs Issued out of the circuit court for the i

.. orH Fla., Feb. 23.-A very sensational seventh judicial circuit of Florida in and ,
comes over the government wirefrtoEnos for Brevard, in a certain cause therein
itory
fedl'e depending wherein Theo. P. A NEW FERTILIZER
a small settlement fifty mileskjoV Jenkins is I Io
*il Dr. Enoe, a large plaintiff and S. Ryder is defendant. I for I
ben. property have Prepared especially the Orange and containing the several elements nece:<..iry -
levied .
-
owner after whom the place was named, upon and will sell at public to sustain plant life, viz : t .I
t red, one morning last week, a coarsely outcry to the highest and best bidder for .

in -orded warning written on a planed board cash, in front of the court house door in PHOSPHORIC ACID, POTASH, CALCIUM, AZOTE. :

We1Ig nailed to his door, ordering him to leave the the and town Titusville. county of Breva'rd. This Fertilizer has:; been produced after years of study by PROF. O. DF.G. HERTOLA, (
within two weeks, never to return on State of Florida, on the first Monday GreatVhoJ.sn1e Piano and far oil the
-lace in The Organ :i# being superior to any high grade fertilizer market, and it is :sold;
L. death. November, (the same being the 7th Depot of the Soutli. The lU-st! Place to buy; I
of .. at about one-thirclle8S in price. It is made in two grades. No. 1 is a r
the Committee day thereof.) A. D. 1887. between the The Cheapcot 'l.ice to buy; The Safest! preventive
- Hit was signed "By and hours Place to buy. A .Hnjrnificeut Over i' of root jot, and al>o destroys white ants and wood lice.No. .
legal of
the u.ual skull and crossbones attached. sale, the following described 4OOOO 1'hiuo and OrKiius, placed in Mouthcm -
t. tad 2 does not contain this
.
specific.
real estate, described Homes hincc 187O.
Several days before this two shots were fired a s follows : !
oed Being a portion of lot three For prices and further information, address,
sundown ot
into his house at the bullets narrowly (3) sec EAY-UlUII, GA., JCov. lstlS87. *
toDe missing him. The doctor attributed tion three (3) of township twenty-five O. DcG. IIER..OL.EntI.IH'lsc, Fin.
Room for the sion. It's
(2;;) south of proc a long 7 or JAS. McCOMB JR. Titusville Fla.lul .
(30) ,
till to sportsmen's careless shooting, andpaid range ttiirty-six east, one. It's head! in Macon, and rear in "'
no attention to it, but this notice re and also a portian: of northeast quarter of Savannah. :200 miles of wagons containing '

'111I1t plied it to his mind. the southeast quarter of seeiiou four (-1)), 40,000 I'ianos ami Organs sold by L. & B. : g I ,,

The reasons assigned are the unpopularity said township and range, in the county
ILbince 1870.Certainly.
S. M.
of Brevard, Florida to-wit The northeast F1t! Over' 1 en Thousand Trial CUr? tf of :
the doctor, by reason exaggerated accounts t I
of jl'eckaKns mailed to rattentsalariepronortion- \die* for thene trouble*,and all Qnacka.
of the settlement and its advantages, corner of said lot of land i located Al'P""c in{' rncfH "e are a largeb >nse.'We tnrE \whose only aim i*to bl- do a I'tn/e tr.ido. Wo sell Pianos and Orpans in ; ; .of\\hoMtookRfulltreat{ tim,. Take aSGRERoWTthatDu
:'B, improvements, eta, by which many have at a point on the west bank of Indian all Southern btat .s. We have 2iW Aieeacies. and the ment nmt were restored to health by use of thousand, doe* not interfere n
been induced to go there to meet with disap IMver live hundred and thiity (.">30 feet above ttatenieut is not in the least exa gerated. I HAR PROr.IS'. Sce"nAL" P STILLES. inconvenience wuh attention to biuineii,or.caue pain "

gIJe pointment. The doctor says he will not south of the quarter section line, divid built such ._H!>dl a1'nl"(> ,. .,..I"i1 ft.ilit,.. I'Ianlo -i scientific: medical na'J'waJ'principle! By Founded direct ';
lots IIow have we ever up an \ kups"'T'.1.L-I::. :. : PCI\T j" Yonn Mid" -. .hcitionto the teat ol diccace it*ipeciflc
ing two and three : ()r
move, and has posted a notice under the one (2)) ((3)) of section immense trade? By enterprise,progressive .!lo A ",I )lu. T. -" : fo"rg1.t: Y t' rs in tDRny influence! I I. felt without delay. The natural i .i, j
.1.1e left for him that all trespassers are warned three ((3)), and the southeast quarter of Ih'J'l.an'\ca. th, i !!" ';1 !y r'o rreruntureb r .fun .on.ofthe human nl.mftatored. The .
the noithcast business methods and square dealing. We .j and "rk..n .i,, m men to the fell enjoyment of ja'iedanimatinij plrml'nt.*of life! areuiven back,the patient ff
off, and that any parties coming there at quarter and the northeastquarter make our patrons our friends. We work I J'rf: t..'ud.. ful, ., 1.,-inS"eiqth! .: and Viscous Health uccomeuhterfuland rap1dljralU.buthttMorUi and ataUli r. :

ld.tI night with intent to make trouble will do sott of the southeast quarter of section for thc" take them into partnership, as it ''L r!T01 ;: vufXrruwf',. ., 'r .,0.t".T:1..y'hscuredl>. ,r A. k.>(If"lre.Over-lllll(OBi'fS TREATMENT.- :aKQ:'."...>3. Twoi ;..;i lirss, $7 j
their own peril He goes constantlyarmed. four ((4)). said township and range ; and them I \\ .. .Tu'in. :.m...w a;.k that you endud
were, divide p-ofits actually give .O'.Ci. ,' .. ', "' '' HARRIS REMEDY CO. Hro '
CHEMOTS
thence 'll'rri > t'.nnl''ecure
11 west across said lot three ((3): ). > I ) : II
thence west! to the quarter section line more than their Money's worth. I 'l'mu-\o\1: : '.i'l'J'h:: ::. lll".t'd I'Rmnhlf\t.to. S06 n.Tenth et.r d.ST.LOUIS.HO. __
Engine Plunge Into a Washout.LEAVISWOETH --
An
dividing the northeast quarter of the Our Law Capital our Spot Cash, our lifetimeCST.
Itr Kas., Feb. 22.-The heavy southeast the : ."i" ire. nnr *-hrewdne quarter from northwestquaiter lit
.
'ta"t.,:111"1":1 in M rtn'/hrzrJiu.and then we l"tourri.t.
.. rains of Saturday washed out a small bridge of the southeast quarter of said ( .,.,.on the ground floor. That's a way we have. :

on the Kansas Central railway Sunday morn section four ((4)). thence south to the sf: ;:

ing, and before it was discovered the engine northwest corner of ..\. I.. and K. F. Fall and Winter Bargains 1 887-88 '.

of a freight tram plunged into the washout, Hatch's purchase in said! section thence Summer Closing-Out Sale over. Warerooms J I i. .

carrying down the engineer and fireman, toast along the north line of said purchase erowdcd with Superb* direct New from Instruments.Iminensopurchnsf Factories.reater .-. ; 'rP'" t
t..t' .
both of whom were badly scalded the former of A. L. and :E. .F. Hatch to the we thank <; Uarsnin-* than ever for Tall and : f
.
receiving such injuries that he will die. All Winter 1881.H8.r -- :_:. ;'." .
Qg of Indian lliver. said line being .. ."- -- ":. ij;:.:. 7 l' ,
...
It rh"4 ...
trains were delayed. is impossible to repair : j.
four hundred and eighteen ((418)) feet from Not reduced prices and poorer instruments This rcpre ent3 a healthy life. Jmot Fnrb: 'A life a* th<>v :1)ny I It.; f,
:") the break until the water subsides. the line h.hlillglot three ((3): ) from lot but the same low p-iVfsaml bitter 'Throughout various scene j. Wlr'-use tte Mn.th's DUe 1t: t .

ey Shot Through the Heart.PiBKZRSBCRa four ((4)) of said section three ((3)). and the instruments Greater valio: fr the n1llDl'V.Of ,' Smith'* BILE BEANS purify the blood-, l>r aclins: 'j
ey northeast quarter of southeast quarter, Instnncuts this "isspecially dlrectlr and promptly on the Liver hkin and IUdT'e: original: l'ht\t'llr1\ph. I t ..
W. Va. Feb. lowest-priocil
our
24.-Jeremiah I .
ne)'' Tliey consist of a vesetablo combination that panel size, of thU jurturu \
from the southeast of the southeast
Hensley, a well known young farmer quarter true. They are vastly inijvoved: has no equal la medical ncicnce. Tbey'nrQ'onIlUpa-. on receipt of lOc. la ,; "
Wayne, left his home with his rifle with quarter of said section four ((4)), and we are proud of them. Hani toilescrile lion, malaria, and Dynpepnia, and are a Haft>::;l1ard I11L.R. A.ldrexo I H..XS, It
1 thence uoitlierly along said river to against! all forms of fever, chills aud fever, srall istoncs, "f.
the ostensible purpose of taking a hunt He such bargains on paper, but we'll try. and SU! Loula, Mo.
llrisht'a; dlseafie. Send rents j)o .Jasc for u naiii- .
1J did not return that and the place of beginning. Reserving; and excepting - -- pIepackage and f
evening family lent tho TRUTH o\\IIill %v 0 NUY. a nce 25 CCIIlM D6T bottiv
J became uneasy and instituted a search, which ; from the above that parcel: of O FR",'IOI 821O!('a '. c-trved PI.\"tO.-I.lr L:'''. l-efJ'I'nt:!'.) I'iL"nc. f.lf"-Ill|' t'wt'Ct rrolint'i. : malled to any addrexN po tpald. DOSE OMi IIKAN. Sold, by druggists.x t ,..

I resulted in the finding of the body in the land sold by Stephen I'yder and wife to t'lnl".fllllsh. ""'llrS'IlUU"lllt 't'. :\l't'li:1.Jl'ia"trl11l1t'llt: J. *. saxxo'za: d3 co.. l'UOPIUETOus. so IJOTJIS, O.. .
It. C. :\Iay by deed, bearing date April *-verj'way. ComplcteontM. MslittooI.eii'hicukred t .
I woods, shot through the heart. Whether it covtT.larjre ins'tnictor.iiiu'-if bo kn///'ti/htud.Om tf: ,
, was accidental or a suicide will perhaps 30, 1887. and recorded in Book K of Brevard S225 PIANO.-ro\lltfull'rlor t'rri-'ht.: : XOTICC. \OTICI:. t.i; r

always remain a conjecture.A Deeds on page 20 ; containingtwentytwo ; Queen .\-l'Iize.nntrusses.lUch. rosewootl A favorite case.btjlo.I.ate1i1)le llu'i.ui.dssold. LAND OFFICE at Gainesville. Fla., \ In the Comity Court, Jlrcrartl Count yt 4
((22)) acres, more or less. Outfit comrkte.OUIt February 0, ISSS.I J f "
Grievous Mistake.ArocsiA Dated this 21st day of September. 855 OR AN.-Two sets r.'tl". Hve I Florida. "I

Ga., Feb. 25.-Dr. Cooper, one A. I). 18S7. mu<. Kleprait ic rack,walnut ornamented cave. Extendal and >aieled.*oi'.lainistands. with> I Notice is hereby given filed that notice the follow of his In the matter of the jR-titiou of J. T. ,
settler has
of the best known physicians of middle I Etool instructor mus.c book and ,,/1}ad:;!&:JJt&kl. ing-named Davis as administrator of the estate ofWin.
K. 11. COAI5hl'ritl ,
is the of : r(;5 OIU "X.rnur prts Kxxl. Tea i intention to make final proof in supportI I .,
Georgia, on verge insanity over the nun I F. Ru-sell deceased to sell real .
of Brevard cOi1nt ". Fla. 1w stopa. U'-atitiful casx1. .V mo t dtsir- I of IIH claim and that said proof will be i .
death of his daughter, Mrs. Chapman, of J. W. _AKCHinALI able Parlor Oix: n. Competition thallematLL'are I Clerk estate; heloiifjinj; to :1icll- tatl'. it ,
I made before A.A.Stewart. Cir-j
Baraett The lady has been long ill, and her Plaintiff's Attornev. 22-"i\v Karonim, every one. Tlummn ij cai/t : To Sn-an: I'IJuv: '(.'ll, .lames .\. Unwell, ;1
: : j cnit Court at Titusville :Fla.. on Tuesday. ,
lII'arw.Jlmort than
father went to nurse her. This he did for told, an-l buyers j.hcscd.
David Y. ICussell, Lucy I.. DiviN C. D. :H If
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several days and nights, until worn down, The above sale is postponed until the I An Immense Stock} from World's Best jSvcnkeriHl.Palm March 27th.Ifeach.D.1SSS. S. 2123: for i 'artl'r1111 John farter, :111 als4, all persons "
when by mistake he administered to her morphine first Monday in December the same be-i Over interestwl.Whereas. ,
Makers! to suit all tastes and pursi s. the half of north-west and j
instead of quinine, causing the lady's jug the tith day thereof, at the same place J" 300 different stles to chocs( from. j} east halt east of !south-east quarter quarter of See. 33 J. T. DavN, as administiator: '..

death. and hour. .1. E. BOWMAN, Sheriff.: I, of the estate of Win. F. Russell deceased, t
1'1 \SO* .-rhiekerJi", .,i- -';):1 .c !5njlir, I Township So 11th. Kauge east. I \
Murderer Itrovrn Pardoned. Inlhuthek Hert, ,'M-or, H':Wlt S1)''. He names the following witnesses to :j has file his application to sell the following t ,
The above sale i is until the
\ postponed j OKtJAN* .Uason l"llt'i.nl. real estate helonging to said estate :
NEW ORLEANS, Feb. 22.-Dan. Brown, AITns'i'.jn I his continuous residence upon and ,
first Monday in January. ISbS the same i nay State, S-: 1 t'. .H,)0. prove to-wit Half inten-st in Lot No. one II I
who was convicted of manslaughter and culivation of !said land, viz : E. J. Couradson. : ,
sentenced a few days ago by Judge Baker tom being the 2nd day thereot. at the same !! Easiest Terms ever heard of. From f;3 E. Peterson .\. M. Field, and It. | section 1">, Township: :?w, Han e 40/ east ot" ijlBrc..al'll

months' imprisonment in the penitentiary place and hour. J. E. l BOWMAN. | to 10, paid monthly, will tccurc11 Field all of Lake Worth Fla. : ('n., Florida, containing fifty acres: ,
at hard labor for the killing of Adolph Zen- Elegant Instrument. and also; twenty acres known as the southern H
Sheriff, __ 42: S. C. TL'CKEH. Register.A i .
i .
n u of York Place lieing in 1'0\\11- ;; W
neck of the Mascot for the portion
publication in I
i ______ ___
that paper of an article concerning his alleged The alxe Pale is po-tiMiiieil until the fii>t Vond : | in Ono I'lam price n ures to alL r>n f'ai Tbat'a h ri'.tma.our vajrri'vo a'ld no devwt'on j" ai:JiP/1; ship .' (!, Range 41, Section 7, fronting on j I 't.

intimacy with a lady in Algiers, was >' in fiuiiarj', 18.the Mine liemj? tl.e ti! day made to an}. V > clnm> no ti'c.J"{'. t,the 10 Itxss. !isii sisti'jlor ami Guardian'sNotice. Indian! River, the! south-east corner commencing 1J
thereof,at the K:nne place Mid li''nr.JI. This square way ensuie.-* to all the low*t j ri pardoned yesterday by Governor McEnery. l-:' ;ow-M\s. XU--iffi | on said river, thence miming: .1
raty tn bim from t1, Evcn'thlnpr in plain westward In the west hack line, thence ;, I
-- The abo"e:11e! is postponed until the print snd exactly represented Full information To all whom it may concern. northward, thence eastward: to the river,

(inod Taste MUplared. fir*t Monday in March, 18SS, the ame ed. given Parties in livin circulars.* a thousand I.'tt'r miles rarcfullv off can ans 1.ny er- Take Notice, that six month's after date : It.l1'l' southward to he inninjr, so as to _II'II'tI

Fair Visitor (to convict in for life for murdering being the 5tli day thereof, at the same just! as well as if n Savannnh. Three-fourths I will apply} to the Honorable] Minor i, contain twenty acres, all in said county ; t

his grandmother) There is a bunch place and hour. of our entire trudo is done Ly corrt'sr> oneice. :>'. .Tone*, County Judge of Urevard County, :. and State, for division amoiur the heirs of i r

of swett violets for you, sir. Have you anything J. E. BOWMAN, Sheriff.FREEMLL I REJfE.V1l1m..fl't'rtt ">rlret; Favnf : Florida, for my linnl discharge from myadministratorhip : said estate.
to complain of? -- -. 7>fs* instnimmtt; Fin! ftool,* and cw> ,'- '/ of the estate of Sarah Now this is to command you and each of :
-
Convict Well, )Ot'S, Miss. I'm a very tall : Square freight pai denlmn
man, as you soe, and this ttripl'll suit unpleasantly of yilliam Wool, late an infant ('011 nt)' Jnd je of Urcvard: County, 1'Iorida,

emphasizes my stature. I ought Our lUu-trttted Catalogue ; LUDDEN&BATES hut now of full age. at his ollice at the Court I lon..e, in Titus :

to have something in a pronounced check. of complete 100 1'ages assortment, containing of the:;' a SOUTHERN MUSIC HOUSE. SAVAN At,. GA. Dated this :2nd day of February, .\. I). I ville, Florida on the "tii day of March, '. f

The Epoch. 1:- K .\. D. IhSS, show if have
best Plants. Roots. Bulb*. I to cause, :tin.011 ,
t=;;: ":) ',,-.L.>. _:' JAMKS: M. I P. 1'( )()L, "I':
: l
Vines. Shrubs and Seeds in -:.,!oII't" : 'f"-lf<< .J ,: why said (lC'titionIIIII1M not granted,
iulti.ttion.: ballot action: :\ ., ... 1t ;'C ; i.t1"fr't. Administrator of the eMate of Sarah F.I| otherwise; the same; hallllt.! taken as confes -

OUR DUMB ANIMALS.A fru.ir.tnteed. AddressLouisville If M. wnd for HOW ISt'YrRS ""(loIn: drreaM.nl, anc! guanlian of i i :.cd, and the case allowed to prol..ll
I NA Z & NEUNEI:., I -...( 1TIIE. containing colored pialr' William Woolll', a minor.StaUM.f .
,
I K y. ,: ? 1OO en rrnvinjr8 of different hee J. : cf jxtrte.iiven
bear Carter's ranch, near Mongus, N. under IIIhUlli and ollicial! seal
'
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f, pi'ice< M., has Lilktl more than UK goats, and ,!;t. buy them. Directions fur Training filt :\'O'CI;. this r.l-t day of January, .\. D. 1 S<*.
eludes.:H! pursuers.A "HOWELLTITUS.Pool t- i >K und Breeding Ferrets. Hailed;\
: .1 '. I' for 151'euts. Also Cuts of Dngf MINOR S. JON USCounty
borx> at Lynn, Mass., is alleged to have l u1'nllbIDg CSoodn of all Mads.ITien Florida. \ ,n JustvV; Cour .
Jndije.I'ursuant
got out fOr UK Los stall in which he 11:11.ll'n !r.I i i County of II.n'\"a rl 1. \
., it ------- ---
I
pat r.ad to have gone to tho blacksmith blion, I Billiard > > t.v.-la: .' To Hannah M. ( ;laer.. XOTICI:.
where his owaer found him waiting: his: tarnforauctvsiuv. & Room r, wnd for rnrtienl POUlj- J."f.'t You a iv hereby notified] that a mil of
T11Y I O O K. lOa I'a 'es; beau'L : i,
I { tiful colored rlfttet cntrrnvinpf* ,..pW '. attachment ha. been i iued a!!ain t you to an order of the Honorahlu

In trenching; aloug Alloway's creek, New MAIN STREET, f.J:J ul tHniq nearly of the all breeds kinds ;of how loftls to;caporuzo desrnp-; 'o.-... \ .:t i; and your propeity attacherl] to satisfy Minor S. .Tone*. Judge; of the County

Jersey nvvitly John Ilittir unenitluxl thirteen r.I.ns for txraitry houfces. information: 'i the "demand: of"I ). I.. Cauldeu.; ] Court, exercising prohatejllri..e1ictioll. in

snake- of various sizes ami two huge: TITUSVILLE, FLA. 5-1 aiiout I.MUS: iiicubutorx.Irom be-t and btock\*t'f'ro nt to I.JU buy .h...: -1!.,.11'r \ r' j I ainountingto s2.;). Now imle you !shall and for Hrevard county, Florida made i !

bullfrogs, all t-loepiug their winter's nap r;: U ..il1JlI cnt fwr l J (;('8tll.: ;. ,\ 1 f1r ':'appear )befoiv the ]Hon. Minor] S. .loiu-s, on the 7th day of January A.I). IS S, in

.mil-ally together.Monkeys Sole Agent in thioction ir BU WN'?. l 1! [ f ; i J.Judgo: of the County Court allll (.x-ot1irio the matter of an application to sell land*

in eastern countries are said to (;iN>KN< "ToNir-a I'lii-httul and txhilaratintr iTu-tii-<> of the Peaee for *aid county at in Hrevard county, of Frank Smith, deceased

acquire su-h a fondness for opium that they IK-U r.ip.-. A\\.i\! -tin draught. rJ )U"orOl1I.et'dthanOOKCF.UEr Ul'U >n t'''. )u ) iHm.. hi* Om(.... at Titnville. on the 2 Jth day to pay the debts of said Frank
will habitually smoke any that may be left Try it.Over '>i ( trntion4. \ieatt t'doPc'd xlllt!..lr i, ot Apiil. A. D. l Ss. at 10 o'clock! in'the. Smith deceased, notice i h Iu'rehy'l'lI

in th(' pipe uhea the master lays it down, :n; t; .fOf Io.inD; : forenoon judgment; Mill b,- tendered that I \\ill. the administrator of said

and wh1' ileju-ive.l of it will snSer from .. hnd tht>lW'How to iU :'Itl 6l{)(k ; airain-t you and your propeityold estate, on Monday, the.:It h day of Iarch..1 .

nenuusuc>* ami depression. I '"""#. an Ansry.k-.nda! bird AU!!.about CIRCS Parrotd., t.,c. !1.a I'ric.'baU .! t(.r It I. to )pav: the debt.ited A.I). lv: :> apply to the Honorable Minor
1 5 C'euhu 1'be Tnree Books -iJ 1'1>. i l >- thi22udd.u! l ofl.'hrllan".1), .s. Jones. Judge of !said county for an
Two lx>ys of Somerset, X. Y., near BalTalo, [
I ASSOCIATCD: FANC ::: ::;, ISS older empowering and authorizing me. to
saw lar 'white owl their heads
a ., flyover 227 South Eighth Street,Philadelphia,Pa. 21! D. L. ; .\1J.UEl'Jailitilr.. :ell the farm** in Hrevard cOllnt\'. Florida.
anil alight; on n fence. They took opposite & .. and
-- .r:.;;. known as the Cirant Farm Place,
sides of the rails antI lianed One fell I
away. II
;
I II the Fort Pierce Place, and which are
with! a bullet piercing: his lip passing l>ettoeon I
described ao follow :
more particularly : :
his teeth nUtllot.loin in the back of his
aeck. HARD EEVILLE"Jones' : All those pieces or parcels of land known

SEED I I as Grant"Farm\ Place, and more particularly
A rattlesnake discovered carrying: oft ANNUAL desciibed as lot one. section three.tonnship .

half] grown turkey near Waukeenah, Fla, For 1883irill thirty south range thirtyeight -

nd two Jo s were set upon it. It struck be mailed Point. ea-t, containing; forty-live und

ooth animals and both died but tho turkey FREE TO ALLapplicants ;.VJ-1 00 acres more or less ; fot four insection

"'as released unharmed which is proof that to last season's, and thirty-four, township twenty-

Cakes do not poison their own food. Tho I customers with- ninth sorth. range tllirt-.i htf'l t. containing
Cake killed G foot 7 inchns and had oat ordering it. "
long
ifteen was r Invaluable to an. 'A. PC1--foc't P1.acc. m MXty-tour :lIIel .>0-100 acres more
rattles. Every anil l the northeast of the
person using or le-:?; ; << quarter
''Carden.Fleldor Flower a 11 111i Ian. /// /' rTLor northwest quarter of section three, town

I.Ue In the rr( el1t. I IA HEALTHY i -f every 18S8 person is oetter contemplating than ever, and iJuylng should L C in C C H ship thirty >outh. range\ thirtj'-eightea-t.

"U\"t'. UTC today:" the sa s? ha* saM; ] D.M.FERRY&CO.DetroitMich, HOME Dill QC or DI AUTO ltconttUOi containing forty-eight; acres more or less ;

The present's ours the future isn't; jiousands of Illustrations,Ol and nearly tains 3 150 Colored aee3.ulliIlJshat Plata and also that I piece or parcel of land insail
F.t> I
CTet not Christ mases now fleJ: to buy. and where to get it,' ud naming loww county and State known as tln
Content be with the "Christmas present" prices for honest goods. Price of GUIDE only JO cent* Fort Pierce Place and described as lot
NOTICE Indian River.
i on Lncludiujr a Certificate good for JO cents worth of beedl
_-Boston Cduri(':. I JA.1JES VICK, SEEDS3IAN, : four, section ten. township thirtylivesouth '

j fiocbetterTBE I easl.containing sixtfOil "-
A i range forty )
Father Misunderstanding. A New Business House, in a fine location I I' and GO-100 acres more or less : th"

hope, young(who man has, that given you know his consent the value)-I for sale at a bargain. Call on I Fine Froiit Lots (ymnlflilliny n riflC'i SLOOP AGNES." I entire acreage; of all the lands mentioned and

the prize you will get in I : 1 being two hundred and fourteen

Young the Man, -Well--my no,daughter'kn sir; I don't PKITCHARD & SWEET, of forty mile of the ).;rrr9" ; commanded by I; GO-lUO paying more the debt"or less! of! ;the for decedent the purpose Frank ot

exact value, but as near I '
as
tod out it's in the neighborhood of $50,<00.ew can.- 13tf Titu-ville, Fla. (Iilll dry ; for hcaltJi nndleauty : 4'\l'T.\IX .1 0 II N )IcI..JAX i Smith :11j j shown by the schedule attached
., filed herein and all
York: to the petition ,
Sun Make-regular trips on Indian Kiver.HIKCAP.UIKS .
it cannot 1* other debts which may be properlyproven
St. Nicholas an. Cnltnr Clash. \OTICE. I A Fl'LL SUPPLY OF as charges against the estate of

America Youth (aged 6))-Now if the State of Florida, |} cIcelled.I ,j G roc-eriesDry Goods said Frank :Smith.I .

2 tof l'i' < 'PPIW b-te Take'noticf that six months" after the Canned Goods. 38-4 w of the Estate of Frank Smith.

*?** Ctow-HoJj Grail! is this the young* date hereof I -will present to the County Hats Boots and Shoes
,
a J** ftIM rYe brought yellow monkey on ft Judge of Dade County my final accounts Large Lots at Reasonable Prices Prints all Xotlce.To .
Ladle* Shoes in variety ;
great
HdrtlAfo.f-JW... and voucher* as Executrix of Charles all whom it may concern:

Moore, late of Dade County, deceased, new patterns low prices. Six mouths after date I will present to the Honor

Awl .. G.- U. and ask: tor my final discharge as such ReaJy-iaie Clottini Toilet Articles able Minor S.Jone., Probate Judge of Brevard Co.
,
Fla..my final account and Toucben of the elute of
\n.* tt is ft** and d "p's the MOW, executrix. November IGth, 18S7. Write to CAPri E. A. HARDEE \OTIO\S. JOHN & MOORK:, df'Cu"f'd of vaid county, and ask
*wfcUr day are cirer O! ELIZABETH J. MOORE, for my final discharge an adminittrator of the aaid
H.a.... Wl little here U Jo'* Executrix of Last Will and Testament For the cash onlj estate PHISEAH D. Wa>goN, Adut'r.

-Bobton Oourie. of Charles Moore, DcreA ed. 32-6m Cltr Point I". O., Fla. Maichl5.4CCm.: Tltnni11f'. Fla., January IV, lt8.



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8 THE FLORIDA STAR, THURSDAY, MAR. 1, 1888. ,



SPECIAL COLVMX. -Mr. L. C. Oliver received five car I Cnrtiss-Combs. FOR SALE.A I Indian -River Bakery ,

loads of Georgia lumber last Saturday. Married last evening, 29th ult., at the tract of land on Indian River in the
'r + Local advertising' incited in this column for five residence of the bride's mother, in Titus- county of Brevard, consisting of 831 j I

t fnt.K. thin* per.0 line cent each insertion No charge made forK Messrs. II. Williams and A. L. ville, by Rev. John Foy, Mr. Carlos C. acres; it being lot X 0.3, and south halt Washington Avenn,

" Hatch returned from Jacksonville last Curtiss, of Chicago, and'Miss Johanna C. of the northeast quarter of section 35, TITUSVILLE. FLORIDA

l FOR RENT, a Three-Room Cottagein Friday. Combs. and lot Xo. 3, being the southwest quarter Fresh Bread, Cakes and Confectioner i

1 Titusville. For further particulars -The steamer S. B. White broughtup We regret that we have not the spaceto of the northwest quarter of section Constantly on hand. ,
call address :\ E. H. Titus.1.1 36, both in township 31 south, range 39
r on or load of last Saturday give a full description of the weddingthis BOSTON, FRENCH, ( JUA1IAMn
t a large oranges east. This is a very desirable piece of :;
MILK 1IREAD
A FULL line of Steel and Galvanized morning.The. week. After the ceremony was per hammock, soil of rich quality, suitablefor TO ORDER.MADK

boat nails, and also a fresh Stock of formed the guests sat down to a splendid the raising of all tropical fruits. Is

I Paints and Oils just received at Reed through train from Jacksonvilleis collation ; and a dance was given at Wa situated at the Narrows, near Enos post- Parties care and Ball atteLtu.. Pi.'me*, Alltree'etc. catered for *tth ate,, 1.

a & Steere's. 44 late every day nearly. What shouldbe ger's Hall afterward. The bride was the office. Will sell cheap for cash. For Health lilting 1k.-rat. o .ta.Nuu-Iutoucatu.g i er bottle. .

the cause of it? particulars address Special Prices for Hotels Restaurants
i1;; -Two 10x12 Wall Tents are offered for picture of loveliness, attired in a white E. 31. LOW. ,Etc. iALTREK

Sale, cheap. Apply this office. -Dr. W. P. Moon and wife, of City j satin trimmed with Spanish lace and orange Sept. 3. Brockton. Mass. G. -, Proprietor.--- ..
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-
Point, passed through here on a visit to flowers looked his I J. 1'IIITCIIARU,1'reaident. ---- ,
CALL on A. V. Hiacoclr, Georgiana, while the groom I \v. M. :
.I Indian River, for river fronts; terms are :Mims: last Saturday.Two best in the conveuional black. The many i RC01vxCaahier.
/ for cash to settler School and car arrivedon I J. S. McGlashan, iI
{ easy loads of passengers friends of Mr. and Mrs. Curtiss wish I INDIAN RIVER BAETiluxiillc

9 Church at hand, mail and transportation last Friday afternoon. The travel is them a long life of happines, good luck ,
facilities daily, mail steamer touches both TIN AND SHEET IRON WORKDone !

f t ways daily. The place is healthful, elevated at.its height just about now. and properity.Aiiiiouucc'iueiif.. rIot'lda. '

and pleasant. -The new express office is about com --- --- -- to Order on Short Notice. .1|I A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TEAS.

LOCAL L. COSICS.The pleted. The office now in use will be Roofing and Guttering j a Specialty. I, SACTED. lilt

converted into a waiting room. To my patrons and citizens of Titus- TITl'sVILLE, FLA. 17 Exchange attention bought and to sold special and

t STAR is s1.; 0 per annum in ad T. ville, I desire to say that I will be absent ______ ___ __ n_______ ____ __ prompt negotiated on drat:given; uiortgig.for collections.;; 'a\"il1il Loan: J*
Mr. Ed Hill and wife and Mr.
from the city from March 5th to March lianks:! Corporations and Individuals: inter
vance.Mrs. K. Dixon and wife of Cocoa, returned 13th inclusive. My appointment books A. lnO ('JJEn, et allowed on tune leia'its.si00,000

q ; "". Wilson, of Courtney, was from a visit to Jacksonville last Friday will be found at the Grand View Hotel, TO LOAN

i in town last week. afternoon. where persons can secuie time by registering TITUSV1LLK( FLORIDA: ,
for dates the morningof On First-class Real J- tate. s-
Mr. E. L. Brady has moved into his -beginning Keep.full of metallic and wooden
supply
the notice of -
-Attention is directed to Wednesday, March 14th. As my timeis i B

' new re-idence on Main street. Messrs. Ensey & Bigelow to person who I limited, it will be well for those who Coffins, Cases and Caskets. !! Advances.\ made business upon available paper discounted.Drafts l"oltatt'r.lt.1'I)1'O'tl ..

-Mr. Gardner has the frame up for are indebted to them, which will be foundin desire my professional services to take I on all parts of Kurope.Uusiness. .
Funerals attended if desired. All otI
ad vantage of making date : orders
his residence. IUllt .Jad,, on\'mc
new another column. lit rute
F. H. HOUCIITOX, Dentist. promptly executed, and at reaona- I hiI
}: fa'or.n h'lIt with
-1- soundbanking
I very
I Titusville public school has an enrollment rates. Embalming done. _2
River
-Our increased amount of news ----- i,I cheerfully extended. b'

of over 120 pupils.Mr. and account of the President's trip will Alachua's County Commissioners COCIEs1'ONtENT': : Rank of JaekMmviUe.Jacksonville i:

: G. F. Envy has sold his fast make STAR more attractive than usual Monday and 1 approved the bonds of the A. M. Hamilton & Co., I Rank, New York.BAYVIEW, la.. The seaboard Nativaal:i; ;

i _ _
eighteen district assessorThe: work of
, yacht to a party living near the Haul- to our Northern readers this week. It ;

over. will be widely circulated.Our a'-e::,ing the property of the county will TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA, COTTAGE, J:

soon begin. Wholesale Dealers in
-:Mr.: Davis, of the Signal Service, has correspondents will confer uponu I INDIAN RIVER, \

returned from his:: trip to the Metropo a favor if they will send their item Hamilton 1)is-ton and party,consisting Indian River ,\"t'UIUI"Iltlatl'Ju..t!' Jnn:. tLe \\ur.rr st i&*. t p

' hi'rtt so as to reach us by Tuesday's mail. The of himself, C. E. Etting, E. J. Etting, Oysters, Terml.ou..
Htutiii:;! and IJitliinc. Location ir James Scott au(11'. P. arrivedat
; Shockley, :'rf tl..tl"U i.Urr. tthuh !. pttrdforrt
-Look out for the Brevard Countytax STAR is prompt every Thursday, and the M -
iii-*iininee :Sunday night. Messrs.Di 1-1' I 8-1 ctlleut Hui.tiun and *;1-Liit:_ n
when all the
sale next week. Its a-coming as sure correspondence comes in on ,

Hi Wednesday afternoon it makes thing-; i-:: ton and Scott come with the !special Green Turtle and Game : _\chln'ss : 1*. Koller Micro, Fla. 1
fate.Mr. object in \ it.of taking some action in
too lively for us. --- - -
:: G. II. Altree returned to Titus (
reference to the railroad from that pointto All orders will reeeive careful
prninptuml attention
yule, Tuesday, after a three weeks' visit -We will !end one dozen copies of St. l'lontlaIH} Runnymede. This road whether by telegraph, A. L. Hatch & Son,

Stanford.We the STAR this week to nnOIiC addressor letter or xier-on. I; I I
to .
I will probably be built, thus giving Kis- AlJ'KS IN I
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I received a short but pleasant I to separate addres-es for 50 cents. Parties } -immee another important feeder.Absolutely i iI iI iI ii

call from Ir.J. Woolen, of Rockledge, i de-iring us to do the mailing \\ ill i iI I TITUS HOUSE, : DRY GOODS NOTIONS :

I Monday.. please send the addresses with their remittances I I

;' -A Bean-Bag party had an enjoyable which will be promptly at- :! Titusville, Indian River, Florida. Hardware, Crockery, Saddlery, ,
tended
to. I Stationery, Family Medicines -
f time at the residence! of Dr. OrndorfF, on
i:. !I. i Garden Se&Js.
:Monday: evening.Mr. -We have printed several hundred IlUD.urn'fetor. I

and Mr.-. .\. F. :S. Williams are extra copies of the STAR thi week, and ,,,t.t.wttoyrtgOYAL Large Airy Rooms ; Excellent Cui- I CHOICE GROCERIES,
(hope those who have the interests the /:wdialeiYLLIYYa
on a visit i to Magnolia for a day or so sine. Corn Fertilizers. .
Hay, Mapea
river at heart will send copies to their j
this week.
friends and parties interested in Indian Thisellkmnvn, house is now open I cL'1'Y I'O1.\T. I'I..usun.\
-Extra copies the STAI may always i -------- ------ -
for the of .
Iliver Xorth. The President's visit amongu i reception guests- I
be obtained at Gray's I1'W8tanll, J. M.Dixon's .
drug store. i is a rare card for uand will cause i ---- -- {! EACOTT & Cojiff .,

many hundred, if not thousand., to gx r I
-Anyone visiting Ixjmton will find the i i : T 'l'!' '5LE.::' Z'Lt..
come to this section of Florida. I SIR lucia HOUSBg I
$T.tt:, every week, nt nilli '* reading I
i r I -Captain Full ford hopes to have the I : TIN & SHEET-IRON WORKERS.G1TEIUNl ,
Cross Strand.
;. room, Charing I
=-telInernita running from Daytona
' t -31r..lulln M. Dixou has: purchas.nl INDIAN RIVER, FLA.
to Rockledgu in a few days-pcrhap- 1 : :, nFI C;.
the prenmes i owned by I>r. Price, andS next week. The Anita i i.> a fait boat, 1I

recently occupied by Mr. ('. If. Walton.Mr. ha berths for thirty-five pa..,cn_ers, and, I r Having truest been* refurnished under the management is now openedfor ;, Wunti/Ht' (( '/i/j"f fin

P. Xeilxni I ha- purchased the under the management; of the plea-lllt I! I of its old proprietor and : II fire.

river l lot and black-mith hnp of Itl'1'i- captain him- 1f, -he will become popular owner.
I I i i I GalvanizEd Work & RepairiBi of all Bu>! .
railroad and i of II
tu* near the talking with touri-ts I I

t erecting a boat ways.Ilev. II !| eJ- as. "Jennie- Irop.. I -
Another wire has been added to the I j I I.cirtslion : :3XAIX !,;;T.. near Jiu'r.

.' :'Yllnl"ri11mr has purchased i 1 I telegraph! line from Sanford to Titu ville! I I, :-'t. Lucie, Flor .b. it

three fine lots fronting on the river in I which ha- been made neee-!"ary by the I I

I South 'l tu."i1Ie1111 will shortly commence increa-e of commercial business n* well'a !' Pure.I
i ROBBINS & GRAHAM
a fine residence upon one of them. the train di-patching. Hereafter there Tins powder never';arius. A marvel of purity ,
strength and whoJosouieni"More: eco
The= tide of tonritto Indian River will he no necc -ity for delays receiving tioinioal than the onln.ary kiinl.uul cannot .- '.. ,

i,. larger than ever before. Two and and trap-nnittin_ me":-age*. The Government ; be low sold test in, >competition hoitiM4ht with, alum the or multitude phosphate of _r.-. ::.!-.

three car, crowded with passengers: arrive line running to .Jupiter IIo\,- powdersojij only in canKoyal -. iIiAuiiii.
Hakin:; I'ow'il.T :o. lOfi Wall-st., X. Y. REAL ESTATE BROKERS
in Titu-ville every day, and they con-iderable bu-ine, most of which! i.

tlon't all immediately return either. transacted with the ;guestat the Hotel
A NEW & USEFUL DIGRESSION. -,.- .
Indian River.
1 1I -
-Mr. H.r.. there returned home

' from his visit to mfurd and .Tack- u. Captain Robert Sneedley, of Georgia LANDS BOUGHT AND SOLD.
.
liaadd.1 to n.Y stnk of"atdw.* ClHks.I'litdl
t Tille List Friday, saying he had seen all formerly of the Mi..;i -ippi River, 1'arr..le.Irv'. tto ; a coni} Mfilun> *, a lint ,''ottl. of Cuar-, Ciear.'tte'. loliiccuHinl Loans First Class at from 12 24 cent.
the sight, and even heard Emmah- has visited the Indian River within the I'lpt- ; a (.ollci'tiouot Faucyiot.ls, lo, i>. Negotiated on Security to per
1 :Not;oni and ri"ndd Curiosities: aood stock ofI'itdtlOJlen'
? bott. past few week:, and ha returned to Choice lots in H>*I>
and an a 'rtiutnt of Candy and Confection : rapidly ;growing; Town.-, will nt investors Is'r
-The weather during the first part of Georgia to arrange for the building of .-r>;; bcii"i>r-, pin-kt-t and table (Cutlery Ha\ cent in twelve mouths::
lUg di;;pla\cd the above at my New More, -a..h-
the week:: was decidedly l cool toay the an extensive-et of l)oatway-or dry docks I in::toii Atenue. Titus\illet you are rerpect- n(' illewf' lot in Titusvill from 820: uj to 81000.

large enough to take out steamer the fulh invited to call, mid e\e\iinnir the fame to satisfy I5us.ineilot< from ?-J.:;0 to :2.W..
!cat of it, and it made some of our I yourself as to pri -"- anti finality, whether you buy:
..r not WATCH KIIPAiniNU: A SPD'IVLTV.
-ize of the Rockledge. In
gardener- feel foarful about their crop, tinenterprie Latest api-rovt-d Instruments and Tools, aud.0:;
t : but the frost did not come. I he will embark with Mr. J. E. Ender, y.arc' Il"JiCtic.II. e\] <-rfUoe iu the watch. and jewelryhiicinei. Agents for Florida Southern Railway Lands.
*' Ih.ill "I"re no pain-takii: :;; to plea-.e a<
who ha now charge of :Simonon'way..-. .
-Mr, J. M. Turner and Mr. C. L.Bostwick I to articles and prices or IU i>ainui:, and. HOI-K ToNELIT
A FAIR IKE 0.Torn FATfOVAGE.w'
The location for of wavhas j
set not
: of %ew tOWu. Conn., pa ed I a C. t'. 15ItAXXIX(;. More than o.< )O.OUO1'(.> of (_"uoiee Lands located in m-arly evry

through Titusville, on Thursday la-t, on been decided! upon, but if the way are I I county in the State. :MiitaMc! for Farininjr; (;Irazinjr; Fruit and I V'';tiretal'lfClrowinj

their way to the St. Seba-tiou Riyer. I built in preference to a dry dock, theyprobably -I V'V AE.NINGI I ;-Pine, Cyprcs.- and Cedar Timber, price $1 per Acre andupwards.
will be Sand Pt int. Thi-
near + :: .
when.r.. Turney hi some landed interests. i I
KE rcEIVED IIY COMMISSION! : :
will hl"1 much needed river
a move on our DON'T
They purpose spendingome =e> in he :North ad\ertiMEg to pay Lire P. O. Box 250 Titu>ville, Florida.
I to make repairs on the large boats which l>no'-H f>r llult s. Furs and sjkin. but s.-ll: your
%vcekin that section hunting and ti-li- ( od-* at Loi.ie. Tor bifehet>t inct-SbLij> theiu to
[ are constantly being bought and built
,
ill'_*.
I IWe i here. C. E. PONTIER & Co., i A. A. STEWART, GEO. M. ROBBIfJSVALTER S. GRAHAM.Clerk .

S have received the initial number j Orlando 1'S.i., boy :J''J7 : or T.imii.i.: I'la.. I M.I1-
Circuit Court.
i 1'0" an.W. Atty. at Law.
of the Clay Spring Froyrt* published
j
I TITU-VILLE, FLA., Feb :G, 1SSS. II i iDl'ttor .\ TEn TO Ut Y
Messrs. Rubbing and Mnith. This 5Mr. i 5- '
by Florida Star : ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND{ BREVARD ABSTRACT COMPANY.Complete
Barton Smith, who formerly published I. i OF TITLE
In last i issue under the
your : caption, : U11"1"' < reel: balttd 1
'. the > at this The .
J .. Mn place. paper I, A Painter Talks," appeared an article : ALLIGATOR SKINS. Hr<"
Abstracts of In
i* a four-column quarto, devoted to the Title eiiiiished to all land
containing a covert thrust atone l'erI HERON PLUMES lard count riurftia.
}
interests of We I
t Clay Springs. gladlyplace ,
i! son, or person, who are probably in coin : AND BIRD SKINS OF ALL KINDS
itname li-t.
on our petition with the author ot the article, bou.,(ut in ,. a-nll. !JU"t..tl.ljS sent: o:. aj'I. .cation. + Titles Examined and Perfected.Box .
-Ir.r.. M. Brown, cashier of Indian :, and an advertisement of his multi-colored II-f.-r-'ore :-Flr"t National Bank ot Tauij-a For
further informal. call on i>r address C. FPON : 250 Titusville Fla.
,
River Bank, returned from Orlando yesterday :; piece of work. He say* "all painters can 1 : TIER X CO Orlando.. Box 1'la.M.. DOS 3J7;; u ____ _____ _______ _,_____._ ___ __ --
where he attended the organization I be put into two clas-es-those who know or 1amp11.1. 30-r.ra

of the State Banker's Association. the trade and others who do not.." lIe i i NOTICE. WE CALL THE ATTENTIONOf

Nearly every bank in the State was represented. -i I might 1 make sub-division All persons ta\.B2; ("lum.ain"t the estate of ,
i a so a:* to mention the of Indian
people Diver to our stock of Good,
j Otto Volt late of Brevard County. Florida, deI -
Mr. J. M. Schumaker oft
I those troubled with cacotthf scribfndi. I ceasrd: are hereby required to present them prop- I which we arc offering at very close margin.We .
Jacksonville, wa* elected president, and This disease seldom l attacks 1! erlv authenticated without delay, to Hon Minor make a specialty of
: painters '
I S Jones. County JuJu of said county, or this no- ,
R. U. Garrett, secretary and treasurer. but is sometimes brought on by overindulgence ,] ti.e will be pleaded in bar. And allfu'.ns owing
I 1 said estate are requested to settle with said County
-Mrs. Jam, of Cocoa, was in town I in self-laudation. Your correspondent Judge. Groceries Grain and Flour
This -JTth: day of February.: : 1'88. Hay
,. Oil Tuesday and Wednesday, having returned thinks there are some in this t CHARLES WOLFF, ,

1 from a week's pleasure trip to I town who got the g. b. from some railroad l 45t. Adm'r, with Will Annexed. ,

f Sanford and St. Augustine. Mrs. Jarvis, and came here to contract. He is, !t XOTICE. On which we will give special inducement We carry a large stock of

-t .i accompanied by :Miss: Lizzie Altree and I undoubtedly, correct in this stalemeut, I All persons concerned are hereby notified that GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS BOOTS AND SHOES HATS AND CAPS, ETC.,
: ; six weets after date, I will arply to Hon Minor S. ,
Dr. E. M. Price, attended the Presidential but the writer of this is not one of that to
Jones Judge of Bre\ard County, Florida,
County greatly
it
Which we are offering low figures. Those needing shoes will find
, reception at the Ponce de Leon number. It is more than likely} that for letters of admin-.htration, .tr b"nit non, of the
your estate of Mills O. Burnham late of said county, their interest to give us a call as we are selling shoes very low.
Hotel, and reports it as baYing been a correspondent knows of one. So do I. deceased. We will be pleased to quote prices at any time.
27th of February l SF.
most brilliant affair. PAINT BRUSH. 4>6t C. H. NAT/MAN. E. L. BRADY cfe :aa.O.:






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