The Florida star
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00075901/00093
 Material Information
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 29, 1888
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note: Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note: Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071719
oclc - 34175599
notis - AKR0018
lccn - sn 96027111
System ID: UF00075901:00093
 Related Items
Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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Iatlrume.Miy ( cor ialla. ,, Robert, the Devil," probably l, -- : =
; Norwood i i- '' once fertilizing and hoeing; working and intntf gallon
Lena visiting in Mr. ; Meellntr.
; J Whittakerho ,
t, : came here) from :,,: it i. -o (:l..t-to the wharf all the time.A gathering the Thii ithe fortune II
1..1Gran till week. j jMr. i Xew Hamp-hire for his health! has been There was: a meeting of citizen* in the ;
\Ic. I Democratic club mu-t have been (on paper), to be made on pineapples i
W X. Hcndry returned last week j very ill, but i- now improyiI.'file intere-t of immigration: at the Court :
r. ;; formed here, for among the cargo of the antI :\1 r. Gale hathe
-.... Jacksonville: ]bringing with him :t j Rev. :Mr. Chamberlain pineapplegrowing Ilou-e, Titusville; on Monday, March \
from j of Pitt.i -- : Mary I!., on her last trip north, waa on hiland. Even reduce the -ale and
llUh !."'-.
.hi fa.atf fine Murk of spring good- i( burg; Pa., who came here in consequence crate of fine tomatoes marked Do-- '* : inerea-e the expeneeach con-ider- rjt-t

airs Hrady'* lovely little daughterYline -, of ill health, and who has beentopping Jones, of the T.-V., from The Democratic : able and it leavequite a profitable The meeting wa called to order by 1,
margin -
I and Uii-y, :-pent last"week visiting I I with his friend J. .f. Fox, i- in a hopeful Club of Lake Worth" I ; or half theale and double :Major C. B. Magruder, who reqne-teU Jt

Iro. \\'. X. 'i condition. Mr. .\. Brady to act a- l'Crettrur
their aunt, ) : Hcndry.Mr. )Ir. J. Ii. Brigs- banker, of Ruellville the expeneand then :Mr. Gale ,_
-toting the object for which
!U .1. F. lazcttand daughters aijtasint )Ir. and )Ir-. Baldwin<< and children Ky.. habought, of :Mr. .\. E. Hey- will he l no wore on" than thou- meeting
wag called and
visit to relatives here, returned 'I arc likely to become a fixture in our i 1 -er, the un-old portion of theouthern -.md of Northern farmer and won't makingtime explanatory

&1-I ,atunlay to their home in Cincinnati. -cttlement. Exchange of real e-tate in !1 half of the new town ot L.akerurth- have worked half -o hard to i jet inuch remarkMajor lion Walter: : )Il, rutter introduced the f 1
Gwynn, of S.infonl.
Among the visitors at Sundaychool ,, the North for real e-tnte here will brim;: not -o much for his own u-e a- for an 1' a fix. Mr. Gale i i- nu real estate agent: The Hon. Walter Gwynn reviewed the ; 1

last :Sabbath: we noticed )1 r. and )1 r:,. J. !'I about that r(-ult. inve-tment, ahe Iwnrjrht; it at -<> very and hano land toell ; neither i-i he a history of the U
ttz.N C. lingers: who were formerly mem]her.Mr. .-. It already under-tood by tl1o.e who low a price that he said it wa- the cheap- nur-eryman, nor has he trees to -ell. He Florida. He -howed clearly movement the need of in i iNetter t II .

W. R- Wolfe is i know that e-t: bit of land he could buy in the State -imply took up a home-tead on white Ir
hippin cabbages} i those who continue to Alight advertising the State, the counties
1 Before the ink wahardly dry on the -and land and went to work ''
hifine garden in Turnhull Ham-1 golden chances to provef
from : : purchase home; along i' localities. limit :-hunhlilc done by
1' deed )Ir. Briggs; rcfu-ed a thou-and dot that -uch laud was a deal better : : 3
: great
The from the !
J. mock. returns the car load -shores of a beautiful river on ea-v f i meanof reliable printed matter
, j
West : i larfor InS bargain.rand; he -t;rtes: that in 1: than it war claimed to be, and the above
which he 'hil'l'l'd' terms tllisClon
were veryati-- will have oeca-ion to. thoroughly distributed, and by agents: '
two le-s he will make i is file re-ult of I
1 1ea. I yearor more than time yearwork and
J faetury.I regret it hereafter. : ; who could visit other States. Then c
L j I i 1 1I treble] what he paid for the land. .\- the reverend :gentlemanay! he i i- more I I!
.114 kjiet-ial) game of lawn tennii was played It i- I touching upon financial questions the
now lInrler-toorl thateveral purchases ; :Mr. Briggs; beidebeing a banker haa than -ati-tied with the result of his labor 1! ,
1.IlIt. .Mturday afternoon j in honorof Mi-s j ,Julia i speaker a a
: i are likely to be consummated in good hu-ine-s head upon his -houlderj -, : ..-ando: i- very -.iti-factory: account
l'ea-ter, who leaves: in a few weekto: of how the money had been
before spent.
our place
theeaon closes knowa
: : by j bargain when he -eeone- >..131.One .
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"peed! the Mimnier in South Carolina. tho-e who hheen lIe made it clear at tills point that without
- pro-peeting during hence hirecent wircha-e. He has al- ----- -

E, Mist Julia will J IKJ ;greatly missed hy the ;'the pa-t winter up and down our ri\er |: ready let the contract for clearing: anti '! {.nll\ rtttloitluf3... more money the work, now well ad-
numbers of the club. ': ymCf'fI l, could nut proceed lie felt
j This being the ca-e: new buildings; and :!''ditching the lake front and :-eUiIg; out Pur-uant to the call of the chairman, '! very i y

Mr. John) C. ('. Fea-ter and wife left'Fritltv 'j improvements follow. lp to tlmisdate I I four roof coco.inut treealong: the entire i'the I Democratic State Executive t'uummittte 1' hopeful, and took the ground that the

tIC. morning for Columbia, S. l'. :\lr.1 there appeared to lIe an unexplained ; length of hi. land and ialo arranging :i metatMetrox] >Ii tan Hall in Jackonville '! organization; of branch localities in the
J aft Mrs. Feaster haveo counties was the grand basis on which
'n.fa.- and thoroughly en hmne- about new men purcha-ing: j i brother improvements will ,; on Friday, i'Jrd: for the purpoj-e( I final
juccylour fine climate and tropical :ocen-j I land ; but from this time up to the fir-t help enhance the value of the land. The ; of fixing the time and place fur holding succe depended. It divided tIm

err that they have partially promi-ed to i, of :May, there will bo, no doubt, much I sale vas made through the real e-tate 1 the Dl'llocratic'tate Convention and the : burden making it light upon all-and f fecurerl ,

visit our :State again: next winter. I property in real! e-tate change handall firm of Porter and Potter, whotill: have I! di-iNKition of -uch other matter* a- I: -ullicient} amount. The Southern

On Saturday afternoon the spark from I along the line in our portion of the State. !I the :sale of all town lots in I..akt..orth.. might: brought: before it. ;: counties, -ince l.--tt; ;, have -pent in

, tllI.I04:0Illotiwo;('( fire to the woods near This will enable tho-e whoell to make i :Mr. Brig:;:- will give ."i xl.u feet town ; The following;; meml er- flf th'tate i(j private eifortat adverti-ing, $.iOUlIlJO;

Atkinson's mill. The t fire spread rapidlyto i I larger improvement- themelveand: j i lot for a school and one of the .-ameue: : Committee were pre-ent : 'I',' but through lack of system and concerted '

1 I LalJraiigc, burning the fence around thus: who buy impioxing what they pur- for a church, any time that he may be i:1 :Samuel: Pa-coof Monticello, chairman ; I Ii 'i action their effort had failed to accomplih -

)J Mr. 1'er-trrt's place. 1 It would have wept 'cha-e will brighten pro-pect- and -end I' called upon to do -o. It probable} that i CC.. IVartr, of Tallalia-eev. I D. 1! G ge'I their '
I tY)r
oier the whole neighlxrhood hulllOt the new life into the arteries of trade and : the Wl'--ide -chool: for the building of : Chipley of Pen-.icola, F. P. Fleming of1 I then
wa :Mr. Rohbin
, citizenseen it in time to counter-lire at hOIIl', which preliminary -tepare now being !i Jack-onville" U. P. Calhoun of Palatka, i contended -
the road leading to the depot. __ taken, will be erected on one of theelotMr. -. i'' and 1:. F. Taylor ( :aille.'*viIIl'. ;i I our county of Brevard wa
debarred from
--- Ti lima : I| receiving; her quota of new
II. .
Briggalo owna mall place on I I The committee* ill executin'l'OO-
.. ('mlrlnt', Ink Drops. through; lack of land+ lie tnctr
" Turtle eggin the near future. Oh my! the catide, which he has had cleared I ,-ion for nearly two hours. Aa re-ult: J
r JIi[ -" 1:. E.: :Samha: ,l'n'ml"arie..til'O; I j tioned number of partie: who would
The wind j and planted in cocoa nutHe ha- of their deliberations
i i- very bad on our : not Augu-tine wa-i
of orchid- to (':ury home trophies- from ve'.etat i j buy, but could not get the hind. Henamc.'l1 (
I the :lrruws. h Il'.-. decided ayet on which }place he will fixed upon a- the place for holding the j two colonie- of one thousallllpcr-

.. I )Ir. P oone i- irSeba-tian on a build hi- own private re-idenee. convention, and Tue-day: )Lam ?:>, the I Ii | -oneach that had

I Mr. :\I. .1. *lII1S has begun to.-hipbean- hunt. way Spruce pine, white -and: land ha- been i i! date upon which ithall be }held I, at I chase in tracts: of 10,000(-cut acrebut agents to they pur-
froni hiceond crop.! Only hope he will claimed to be worthless 1 which time the delegate- the Xational 1 4
, :Mr. has for -u long a could not it. i i-
ell(! a- well I a- la-t ti lilt'. Story f lli-h'lllli.} kitchen, and i get Whv thiheaked..
time that Convention, which in St. Loui-
it is hard convenes \
work to convince He answered 1
anyone the
ihappy. [ question by the follow'j '
Well, this world !shocked wild June :> will be elected and
at cat to the contrary, even though thereare a full and |
1 Our [motels down this j ingtatement; : Within one mile of the
'. hunting on Sunday. Even if the cat is way are full Ylt.,1, several well-paying plantation-: : complete list of State ollicer will be Indian River there i i.. nut one-third of the
Long .
killed it does not atone. may they wave.Mr. I ju-t -uch land along the Indian River nominated i, and other bu-ine: brought land in private hands than 4 1
more two-
Kfnicmhcr: the festival nn the 10th : :Miner is nearly done shipping or-I and I on the we-thore, of bake Worth. before the convention will be transacted ;I' thirds being reserved for canal and other I

I |I'WI. at the \ViI-ou building. I cc.-('rt'U 11, 311 luxe..lr. ;: l One fact all Floridians seen to acknowledge 1- Under the rule adopted by the ExecuIi l'urpoo t''' ; :till 1 tints ouch of our ll.st I

lemonade and trawherrit'o\, furni-hl'.l at : i-i now and that i- that fertilizing i, n' Committee for the apportionment of I Ii land! i- denied to those who wnulrll'ur- :,
cheap} rate- up early and late from the way it grow-. pay, even on the best of hammock or i j delegates the varioucountie-* will be entitled 'I I chase antI improve it. '. d

Mr. J. All the hard I weed land. So, if a little of -uch treat-1 i [ to the number of delegates as fol- !, to
, 1 II. Sam- and family have just buys: are at work grubbing j It i- with regret that we could not obi -

I turned from a pleasant: trip to the Narrows and }preparing new land for future garden 'went will :lI-o make white -and pay, I'Ilow : i tain the figuregiven: by :alms l Robbin ,

where they enjoyed fi-h. oyteranil -. I there really .'nr to be but little dillerence II I .\ladlUl.............W Ia'yctteB ......... ;) j I A- :Mr. Robbins states, and with npparI 1..

t f and 1 I in the actual value of these landOn -. I Brtdfurd ...........10 Ltl.t ....:.................. t '
i .
moquitocs.Several I Another new grove ito be -tarted on ( the westisle of Lake ; ................ Lt.\""............. ... ,,\ cut rea-ori that much of this: land h !'' _

: : of the party that went from i the creek. Thii i- rinllt-we have the Worth, some \ ............. :? )1ll i..oll...... ......1:; 1 wrongfully withheld from the people, we : '

here to the :-TropicaI tixik a trip down j|I l ocality.dir. 1 three year- ago Rev. E. Gale took up a I 'tllhl/Ull......... ... >: :aL .............. i would! be plea-ed: to have [him, through

]home-tead on white -and land and ( ..... ........... :1 !' .
although .Iay.
to'M.: .\lI u..tint'. While there they : Coibet has his laJ1ttee............ 7 the column- the STAR, give the people
\i--j, yacht out on the the gentleman i i.> :getting well (.itru.:1 )lllUroc...... ....... 1 of Brevard ,
itiil the fortheie the ancient Spaniards I i ways mill i- giving her a good coat of along in yearhe limas done the Colu11tbia..11 X a..sm ..... ....... ;0.:.!' the hub-tanee of his speech.
held! -scar. The gloomy, damp roomftlure .--, j Ilr.l ut. Sire will be a daisy when in again. mo-t I I>(' oto.............. I) Oranl'.: ..............:?:; It would stir the i people to action, and,

they chained their pri-oner- :I .\ little rain and i I Ii the work on his place] him-elf. Ot coursei I I>a l...... ....... '" 1 O c .It................ !: through our Immigration Organization, I

their truss till they died threw i' lot-of cold windSay -. i i he :-cd :-ome fertilizer, but very few I )u\.al.o Pa..u...... ..... ... '; | they would have more influence( than in

.. n gloom. put atop (In the new weather ,1 things have had more than one, or at the E.tIn..iI.. ..... .... tI! Putllun..l:! : their individual .

over their vi it.hort i prophets, unless they give u- better I mo-t two, applicationHi- tree and i Franklin............ :a I'olk................]: cajucity.A r m
A time since complaint was maple i weather. <(< ,aI.cll'lI ..... ....i.11't.I JHhn.... ..... J branchocicty was then o organized ,.
U'uti-eour j vineare not yet in bearing, but for t \ernllltltl.......... :. :-umter..1:? I th'*e preentigning their name f

the iHK>tinatcr could not goto ': Mrs. Hi..ett called on )Irs. Storey thi-1', young trees and vinelook :n thrifty as I1l/lml............. -tmtu Iu+,:t. ...... SHulIiltun i A committee, con-S-ting} of (stet. a[. '

-teamcr after V o'clockone night.1kni't week. Mrs. Ba..-ett live-at Cape Mala any to be found anywhere, and I better i [ ........., I; :-'nwant'c.............hr Bobbin-. C. Bryan and .\. J

you think it was rather hard[ totXHvt : hart Her daughter, MiJeic, :al-- vioI ;- than a great many to l he yen even on IIIiIJ..flruu. h......J: T:, .lur...... ......._ "r i appointed l to enlist new member Brady, awl wa*

| him. after a long dtmrk, to I ih'ClIi..s: :Minnie | h hammock land I lie[ hathe '[ .Jac.-k'oll: .............IHllu'ia....... ...... 'r the committee was empowered tu call
h'lo! Stoiey.Mr. orange, .Jefli..r-un.: ........... !I \rakulJa......... -1 .1
again a hard wind just to get one French and )[It..tl'rIt'x.. (Joode; :,! lemon, lime, and citron, both native and : [sake................. Itthon....... ...... 1 meeting-The ; then .
IOf two meeting adjourned.The
circular* of little account ? lit I budded stock l.'tln ...............
will of the Cioodc! I Hou-c, were bass: f fishing guava* of different kind, .11' W.a-hingtl........ .
do hiduty, depend it. : Lih.'rty, :2
UJHW again thiAeek, and caught -ome veryline cocoanut dateJamaica appleugar 1 PenacolnMWiW' / ha received
--- t
('ilj Point. ones in Turkey Creek. i; apple andour sop, tamarindapadil: -- from :11.1'. Gonzalez a marine curiosity

: lo-, mango-, KimegraniteAvocado i ('orre'e'iiott. '! in the ,*hape of a seam burr. :Mr. GonzaU ;
{ .
the I pear
Mi )lr. tuner
: hathe tir\l'
Martin and Col. of
i- Drink -t patch t4lmthto -
: Erl'it'H, !'! ,,;,' -/. who has lived in I'ensacolo all hiss :
fig, tree goo-el erry, Suinam cherry, tree ttjfli' <> V r- :
tutor hit J.:. II. ; on the creek and the fruit i lifeav
u* on Monday, WalterJ ( ivery that while he has known of file

: > wife |II>week and F. t', Gould large. Hi- place !is lieautiful,,, there lira, tree tomato Chinalicrry[ treegen- In your notice ot the di-mk-al of thecae .. fish, he.' never beforeaw one of thein.The .
: nine camphor tree, : again-t Captain Rice lat week I do inttu
!itavvto-morrow being -o many (flowers in bloom.Mr. chummy treeUa: -let 'lIt were caught in Big
plantome six. kind-i of foreign ,grapes: : not think justice i- quite dotu-. The ca-e BayoM. Thev reembleomewhat the ;
<<< 'rangf shipping is alout here and Fred. Macconiltcr l has Eat fi h. 1 yin ,,!
over gone (Inimportmt and di-mi--cd lot |porcupine ;; eovere: entirely
somecedling:* from California Ma- wa- not 't- um-(' ?f the ab* 'nce
I'll :Mirritt'lland, with the exception hu-illl--. They have finihedputting : 1 with *hort. -harp quill- The fi-h i in en-
lagabanana of the :State witrll'- <<<
-, tame pav\-pavvs. bitter nly one of them closed l inn
C.f 1 : ahard a* an yter\' s ;
iHirtiun of theSpratt grove, which is out a tics acre lemon grove, and 1 aloes, milit-mai/e, tomato.edible prickly _: wasbstutMr.: Bt-gg in entering the not which UII'U. underneath in a mst curious u
l'l'iur' gatheied liy Wauibold uf Jaek51 )lr. \rillI"l'l'llmher: i inou at work with :
", i I Ikar 'as-a\t, >panih |1I'Itt'rs| tree pep- /1,10.said that the Mate could not -u-tain: manner and it is altogether one of

'11iIIc..'. handgetting out mars-h-gra-- mulch l I per, cacti of all kill,!I... lx+th wild and I charge lieeau** thl're'a.* n" evidence, the most wonderfulpecimens of :submarine -

Ir... .\. L. Hatch' toother )lr. Ihnlg- the tree*. I:I tame, and flowers of many kind-. In addition ,, and fill* in slice of the fact that he hadought also an edibleo life the 'writer Mr. (ever Jonzalez beheld. It i-
!**'tt, wile and two children were charmed )lr. Ec.littlr"h, don't you giveome to thi-, )lr. Gale haeveral{ fieldtrf .,* diligently for witni sse*. Mr. is *o highly prized by the Italians"ayan that :

it!, our-ictioiiof the riser Mrs. Hatch newfrom the ub-Tropical, or i is our pineapples differenttage- uruwth. f Ik-j; :_; never enter- ,"Vw when it can* they fetch a quarter for three with no i I

\\I'11t tu M. -\IIU: -tiUl".ith them on their county snowed uUtl'rrt' would like !! Last year they bore at the rate avoided, and i in thi*c.tv he took much dickering

return home.ui to know if
.\. ockrell, .1 Jr., alit! his eou-in, or not. If not why let! u- hl.'uruLttut vear. by actual count they will do! the evidence nor a cae. I mention thibe- with a frontage of \tlf i r. d)., vn Lake

IH* Mi-es >pratt, Mi**. Bute, Mi* Ktu.x it. -ame. If anyone will stop to figure, caue I know you would not intentionally Worth, on wet side ; nets house with '

IlJ! :\\Jr-. I I.. 1:. Itroun are on an excur- MIKAIH.. they can ca-ily-how (on paper)), that thi.. \'\ rom::: a man wIts+se tremble have piazza, olHce 1.;xl*, and out-building;
nice lawn and) -hrubbe This
--- -- ry. :
'it'Ir to ='t.'ltat'>tiaii with Ed. lIoluH's as Lake \\'< nh. means aWit atrood a paying crop a* brought him to the very brink of thesrrave. adjoin: the new town uf ItkeVortb: property,

cal'tai of the (tuft. ; can be rti-t'd. :)[r. << ;Gale:et iris plant- Jr
ViurdaMr.. _\. Hilda-til did auuthcrJurou \\"t.tht'r.rilhll'. two feet apart each way : fertilize once, March 2"', lSr "'. Term : ca-h.tppiy. to Porter A Potter, '

11'hil+-poor-will:. ate eginning to turn hoed and in fine Lake Worth. Fla. 4'>>
act hy taking a Ratty <.f thirty i once now they are Jutice"will rind 1 that the STAR of F

"t, hi- UfighWincluding: his oi\u faml.vdown shape and will give a g(,od crop. There la-t weekaid that 4i the Mate'* Attorney .\ M )ERX C >T f.11 Eof H r.n>ui.... .

to r..inI.mtl-l r.11'hitftld'The s up.Mr.. Charles Lane launched the Kexon, are over IO+ ,4meMr plant to the acre (:M to felt that the chargecould: not he proved," with wide hall, beautifully fini-hed, ami '
2<; acref hind, red hammock and beach
day was nut only enjoyable, hut totl the 17th. the rod by actual count). Last year and we do notee where this wording hammock on the east fide of Lake:


the lii-t live, it n.adcan impression ,uch on the lsth.Mr. apiece' and -lips)j sold for eight and airs Besrgwhen he aid the State could including; household furniture and farming -

a> ftw nine dollar JKT tlJOUS taill
.placein Florida or any otheruijtry. : 1:. Dewey has IIuht; 1-1 acre of not -u- charge. Of (course e planted in all ..-ort- ,>tropical trees
can. It remindone} of some ot from an acre would be, say S.INIO pine- give i the parties aggrieved the benefit of I
Mr. James' \\\-t Side place. There are JIJ.tlflt>0 pineapple plants large I j
|charming at ten (centM: > ; slips-five to a pine- the correction. ,I
Pilots! in Europe overbook- cocoanut grove partly bearing, trill '
"'s'-as du--uch beautiful views-laud l Having -old houie-tead place, Mr.\ ..WO, <<, or $L{m(iO -- -' --- lemons, lime anal orange-. It baa

"UJ wau-r. Itr. .\. E. Hey-er i i.. now preparing to build' an acre, with :-uckerthrown in. The XOuch a. ortment of Goods this side frontage of 10 rod on Lake Worth, and
Mtnai and wife theJ'uJ.v
were his ide hammock of Jacksonville. I will arid 2 I; the Atlantic Ocean with wide
on wept > platv. cost would be from $%Jc) t<1 z'2:** an acre, on a
, j lrr-omi. from the City Point >ide of even under-ell: the rt'taill'rit-e- of Jack- avenue extending from lake to ocean. '
tl J7"1111i"ver, all the ret being from the I Mr. JameMcFarland& hahi, skid re- including clearing and grubbing the :-ouville on Dry Gothoe; -, etc. Geo. Apply tn Porter & Potter. j.ake.orth.. !

I. ainnl and in the water. He callit i ; 1umd.b) vinethe.lipsuul: ) }jdanting; thi'm. B. Ilium ph. Tifu-vi'le.' -l.rnt.. <; Fla. -lIt,




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A PHYSIOLOGICAL QUESTION. 1 talk. On a very cold night an experienced question is n'rcl The latter was !I IlncklenS Arnica Salve. JLL..\ 11.\ n ('1\ It FACTORY(

cabman will only part his lips a greatly pleased. He had been for years The best salve in the world for cut*, 0

With More Knovrlrilge of I'hjsJcal Law I quarter of an inch to say "Keb, s'r!*' longing for just such a surprise party. bruises, sores, ulcers -alt rheum fever If. (,'. Marrk. 1'I'trINor.

Life May lie Kxtetuhd Indefinitely. If he said 'Cab, sir," the mouth would He kissed the new arrival with much sores, tetter chapped hands, chilblain, Manufacturer

' S The food that man tikes into his have to be opened at lea t half an inch fervor and led in his little daughter, I corn and all kin eruption; and positively i- Cigar: Trade'.f tine Havana: and rmetic e j
I {
stomach ought to be of such quantity and j "E" having the flattest of the vowel I aged 3 years, to join in the performance. ': cures pile, or no pay required.It hand made r4HNlI rd,':ui.plinl with ti.'

quality as would exactly repair the losses i, sounds.; No cabman will refuse, however J The countenance of the new arrival was i Js guaranteed to ;:: i ice perfect sati-fac- Factory: at Malabar. f'Lt.r* prouii.ti\ tjii k i.
which, through the action of the several ; to talk volubly on the iciest evening j f somewhat florid. The little lady looked : tion or money refunded. Price -.' cents r

in over fare. It ; him at him and sized up her contract with box. Forale by all drug store in
organs his: body i is to undergo. If it is a dispute warms per
I jexcervhe many tui'; icings.:: Finally she :said tim- Titusville Indian River. 5,000 Budded Trees For 1f
in either of these directions, or up, too.-New York Sun. i and on Sale
!!iI iJlydnn.'c want to kiss him, papa.
kind will
if it is deficient disease some j .
I lIe looks c0 hot. and I don't know him At Low Pri .. r
certainly the result. If he knew gas Cup from Venire. !I Lake Worth Town Lot. r

enough- le able to adjust his daily food The first glass cups came from Venice : very well. -Brooklyn Eagle.The The have number 60,000 in Nursery. c

to the expected daily requirements of his ; during the Sixteenth fvntury. and from ] undersigned; quite a :' Apply to W. H. >HARPE, a
Illind Man and the Mill of good lot* in the new town of Lake
disease could never ensue through :, I.... lose
system that time rn society gan to many City
j One blind from birth asked a man who orth.re will purchase anti improvefor Point Fla
the exhaustion of one of his vital of its and IN-come, in
any primitivevas a ----- -- --
i could see: "\Yha t color is mil : The partie at a ditance.POHTEU J

organs. sense, more refined..-Boston Budget. i! man who could see replied: "The colorof >> & POTTKII. X__ 1."r [ _\ X"S f
Suppose, for instance, that a man rising .
milk is like white paper. The blind (General Real Etate Asrent*.
in the morning sliould to himself:
say flow Xarg-arine; !* Made 1! mana.kedThis color. then, rustles in l.akerMth, R a'lr ( '".. F1::. NEWSPAPER SUBSCRIPTION' i
S Today I have to read ten pages of'Blackstone's AGENCY
Commentaries,' twentypages Animal fat cr grease is allowed to ; the hands like paper:" The man who 3C

of 'Don Quixote,' to walk :( stand for some time at about SO degs.i : could see replied: "No; it is white. like niKit'T 1'orn ".' \(; TOTITUSVILLE TISI: I..O 1lU if; :\(',-.

; Fahrenheit when of the stearine white flour." The blind asked 1
most man
i I :
three miles and a half, to pay a visit of j For term* and\ unipK! o-jni,.,. .l,lrt.
duration i separates out; pressure removes the adherent "Then it is soft; and pliable, like flour. i iit is u 1C
half an hour's to my grandmother I
seine and the stearine is then ?" The man who could see replied: CHAS.H. XAl'MAX. 1t
and to take sweetheart to the
:. obtained in solid '.No it i is white like rabbit.:' TEAM LAUNDRY.
form. The
a concrete : simply a If
theatre, where I hallFllend two hours; :\ Haulover P. (X, Urevard county. Fla. II
oleine is next mixed with cotton seed oil, The blind man asked: "Then it isdowny
to do this I require taking out his pencil
:. purified with fuller's (earth etc., arachis and soft like a rabbit The S"I.t: ;.", i;, ,-. fU. I
and memorandum book as he speaks) so
:. FOII siri:. t
much carbon so much nitrogen (giving.of : oil. nut oil, cocoanut oil, etc., at about man who could see replied: "::o: whiteis C. BRYAN, Proprietor.

i: bO degs. Fahrenheit: the mixture is then a color exactly like snow." The blind I-nnd on Banana River in I
course the exact weight; of these ;J Express Paid One "'n-. iu.intui-.
several elementary subs-lances). I can '1! churned with milk for some time, whenit man asked: "Then it is cold like snow to *uit.House.

is allowed flow in is it:?" And in of all the t
to a gentle stream spite compari-
get those precise quantities from eight; .. III.tN mvruReal and lot in Titu+ville. I
into ice cold water, where it permanentlysolidifies. sons which the man who could see made<< 1t
ounces of bread four ounces of !
egg .i Ormall sizes
Young and
It is then milled or ground, I still I1-- blind man wr.: wholly unable to price, in
beef six
eight ounces* of ounces of potatoes u:1ntit'our Stock.
: and this what the color of milk Estate t]
operation removes excess of milk i comprehend : Agency. -
four ounces of fih, a half pint of :
and insures really w\S.-The Exile. Tolstoi. Four Sail Ilr>at*. of different c
beef soup eight ounces of water and ]*-rfect blending; at the same ; Long c apK.citir.

eight ounces of strong coffee to make time a !small quantity of salt is added, 1 The I"'arle.thaha.; .au Tribe Titusville, Florida. line>> Ducking Rest.BATS 1 tI tt I

little further than when we obtain the finished article. The .\
them other-
go a they i L"' ), t
coloring matter and butter if I But while the Aleuts are tending
wise would. required, ; IXD) FOR inwiupTivE.vr.:
toward civilization if : to Let by day or longer I
blended they are not actually j urai.
Now that he is are in during this part of the op- I
suppose : exactly rightin eration. This is principle the of Christianized. the reverse is the ('!aa... 1>. Suet 3linncer. Enquire of 1.tNIErvF1) 1t t
his calculations and that the food process f
1 case with the tribes Athaba-kan' P. It.
margarine manufacture. In WIXsiX.Tituville : .
but taken is neither too great the nor too little. stearine from oleine in animal separating fats the Indians who jieople the Yukon valley, i' Jan. 1. '.>>.
exactly compensates anticipated COTTAGE7TITUSVILLE ;
and are found also in some num- PALM t
losses, the death of each cell in the brain soft fats or greases are ued in preferenceto .
i t
IMTS in I moth the Kuskokvim and
the hard fats tallow. Beef fat is I
or the heart or the muscles, etc., will be or ::r.6.EvI: :S
Kadiak division They are distinctly FLA.
followed h'the birth of cell always used! as icing more palatable.} ,
a new
I a }branch: of the: creat race of t
The stearine is sometimes forcandle
which will take its awl its employed
place assume I :
North American Indians, which extends
functions. Gout rheumatism liver and or soap making: not infrequentlyit DELfflONICO HOTEL
off from Mackenzie river in the north cf llSollll1Jlt Rates. Pleasant Lufati I
kidney heart affections soften- is mixed with other fats and )passed II ,
the continent to Mexico in the south. At
and other destructive disorders] of the as lard : but this mixture would reveal

ing brain, the various morbid conditions to an enormous proportion of stearine, by j what jteriod they migrated from the interior Near Grand; View Hotel. e'I .tOA. l\l'I.1.11.1: FLAN

which the digestive organs are subject, being harder and not so easily fusible as J to the inclement regions Alaska, I Mrs G. W. Mackenzie -Alr }'nrt.I.lu'clltlom..,1,4x,1; Tal :>
it i and their traditions Proprietress.
: lard. To this, cotton oil is ;; impossible to say ,
would be impossible through the get over i, ,
except :
added to make the mixture do not lu-lj us to ;:UeTIil'Y -- Terms *S >
' action of some external force, such as the more closelyapproaclh ( % per Day.
of acid blow i the nature and properties of | have certainly kj>t themselves} very c. J. :ocHJoaoE:: ,
swallowing sulphuric or a
; lard lime:. to th"Il.-.dn". and have neither SjHcuil rats l.y the week or u.>ntt .
' on the head or a stab with a knife which j .

would come clearly within the class! of A short time ago. when experimenting intermixed with the Eskimos to any rind great Aleuts extent, nor Hardware and \\ >I. JAltVIS, I'r4.|)'r.i '
Mr. T. Bruce Warren
accidents and of of these on margarine, |
course many
would be avoidable. i found, after removing a large: quantity of I have until quite recently held much i! Til' X'"if."f HI/ .-.. fn yogi?tls.'tt f.'J/'I'J'/

let that knew cotton oil that a quantity of cocoanut oil I I intercourse with the Russian and American I General Produce j
Again, us:: imagine man f
representatives of the white races.As .
what his animal was present. He was completely surpried -
just to extent appetites: they! are now, they pro'oably have
at this result for the smell of Mutual BenefitSOCIETY
should be that he had
gratified a.certained b hundreds. MERCHANT. Security
cocoanut oil is so unmi-takable. He i en fllr T'rhtl.thou aJul ofYt.as I
if all
definitely to what extent at I
nomadic.. t'rn'C1. -lf-con-
found that cotton se alcohol and tobacco and other stimulants !
tain -d. :;.ctivr. hard keen sighted and
and sedatives should lx used that his masks the smell and flavors of this oil. .
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fl'ar1t''o.kilful in the cha-e and
cruel I
)1al1ma\ ak whaoov( all others,
knowledge that in he regard had to clothing; were: should this have been selected for margarine f and treacherous: in war.Clianabern'Journal. BAKERY

perfect, acquired complete !TITUSVILLE : OF
information of the manner in which his ? In the first place, being a con-

house should be built and heated and crete oil or fat, it is well adapted for such :
'\ hide a herd of cattle were being driven i X.I-AV YC) I :1(.
ventilated and otherwise be made sanitarily a puqiose; provided its smell and flavor through of woodland in Maine thrw .
a piece !: Wa-Lin;.!ton \*'t'I11It11'ar t1lt. 1uln.aJ

perfect that cookery hail become could lie concealed. In the S'Concll'lace, i bears were -ountered sitting in the road. I x o. :?:!:> I roadway. X. Y.

one of the exact sciences, that he was it approaches: more closely than any other way as if waiting for them. \\ thllut n moment's MRS. V. GAILER.fycofi .

able to avoid the effects of extreme hat i vegetable or animal fat to the composi- hesitation the oxen in the herd i I LIFE INSURANCE AT ACTUAL COST.

and cold and moisture, that, in a word, 1 tion of genuine dairy butter.-Diet and i charged; ahead and drove the bears before ;

he had nothing to learn in regard to the 1 Hygiene.i : them until they were lot in t'.uf.nv: >t. One I Jtmtil mndc dlilfll..o lic* j F\}) FOR CIRCULAP:S.:

best of living so as to him- i ox 1'nrsuetl a bear fur rt-ariy a mie! and ttinl ('"/'r',,, i,;nil kiii'l. fnkfjin'lit ;
preserve ----- -
1lr. of a Iile+t in Kiiia. t'',..>eil the animal with his: hun a cumber of i! i'lr,t1
self from all morbific causes supposing YJs'eIr11 rrtrvt."Nor"" /1'11
Not only are the priests subjected to
for Season.
all this (and I admit that it i is not very tWlS. *//,'/'/ itntii'l. I I Opened the
and but -- ---- --------- -- --- --
great hardships privations they
likely that he will for ages upon ages are the butt of all the wits and hum orI AGENTS WANTED PlI.tronaje. to A Canvass sin.ill amount Adver-of GIVE HER A CALL. ;j S; T'A man who i i.; intfrvU-d! in hi* own

acquire the almost God like omniscience i its of the empire. Half the jokes in work done with tact and iutelb.,...nee may produce -- J welfare will l Ill' pleated: to know that
necessary), death would be iuijiossibloand aconiderebleincome. Agintsearn several I
the eternal life to which we are told the funny papers are alxnit them and humlrs dollars commissions nRiagl season i ANDREW GIBSON
their lives suggest half the proverbs of and incur no personal re,pon ibihtr. Enquireat :
ho was born would again be his.-Dr. !i the country. "As poor as a priest." the nearest newspaperotfice and learn that ours St Lucie House ; Keep* the tiiu-t oy.ter.: to lit' found ill
William A. Hammond in PhiladelphiaTimes. 1 is the best known and belt equipped establish
"As stupid as a priest "As wretched ,
raentfrr advertisements
placing in newspapers : Tit1L,'111('.
------ | as a pril'St," "As hungry as a priest,"' and conveying to adverti- the information
etc. familiar Under which they require- in order to make thfir invest- IN STY I.E TO nT i'.tsroz-.
; are expressions. INDIAN RIVER FLA.
arid Men address -
Practical Socialism In Switzerland. rnente wisely pronUbly. of goo.t I
I the circumstances little; letter can be expected or women, if well informed ant practical, Ii -0-
There is much more government in btiia t'o1icita..herti i
mar> authority putronauefarus. -
Switzerland than with us, and much less : of them. Apply by letter to GEO. P.ng KOWEU. Having K-en refurnihed i* now oj ened 11 j Plain and Fancy Cake made tu ontr.Bttkf't1 .
The influence of the priests over the &Newspaper: Ad vrtis-.cp Bureau, 10:Spruce:
play of individuality. In small communes I ,I k l.Alo .
under the people is very great. They are the representatives St.l'-iew Yorkand full particular vri.l test for guet* inanagemeiit; I "er strays t>n

for example, like Villeneuve, : of the church, in which the I I by return mail. of its old proprietor andowner. a tirt-chi* Bather hop attadil"1i.I.tl. i.
there are features of practical socialism i I
which have existed apparently from the I peasant devoutly l-lieves. They baptize \OTICI:. I ) at all liourn; from 5a. in. to 11 p. DI1.arth'oI
his children visit him when he is sick I I eirnn to leave o n morning uiai-
earliest times. Certain thing held in :Alfpersons>> having:claim; ajrain the .
are I' p ; boat> and hack will please note thi*
common as mountain pasturage and the marry him, bury him and say masses for I II estate of Phineas 1). \Veson, late of aillBrl'wl ;:J as. ljaino. Prop.ueie 1! -
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'i the of his soul. He is with them !i ialways i
repose Florida dcccca-ed I
forests, from which each family has a county are
1 like the and if he is St. I. Florida.1 COOPERAGESyrup
a man
provision of fuel. These and other poor hereby notified to present them properly __ I
possessions: of the commune are "con of any conscience or ability he cannot i authenticated to the Hon. Minor S. Jones, I! -

tided to the public faith," and trespass is I; but wield an immense llC.\\",r. But, still i iI l'uUlltTUlbe: of said county, or to the I' lsa'llcr 1)epartineilt.) ; Barrels $2.25.

punished with signal severity.The further than this the entire system of { underpinned;and all persom owing :said< I political, social and domestic iu DeBARY & PEOPLE'S LINE'EgI12ERS.
trees are felled under gOl"11l11l'ntin econmy I II estate are required to make immediate' I
I Russia is based! upon the dortvr: p of autocmrr i i Wheelwrighting and Repairing.
the this
p.'Ction. and the woods are never cutoff payment to undersigned, or notice -
As the czar is the autocrat of I II II Ij will l lie in har.iXJ : !
wholesale. When a tree i is choppeddown pleaded C1. (). V
a tree is planted, and the Hoods I j all the Ilussias.! as the bishop is the auto- .\( ::-; M. \\' .:"- >x, ar !
; crat of his diocese so is the priest the Executrix. F 1I0nl'\ barrels and Oval WatiT Hr"'ht'r-
that ravage Italy from the mountains -17-8t I If
denuded of their forests are unknown to ope of the juirish. the autocrat of thoi I LtJi f .; \ from $-.tlO up.

the wiser Swis Throughout Switzerland i i village in which he ministerThat is In ( 'iiciilt ( '""d o f 111'S V>,'''"/// ./,,.{;,-!
the state insures against fire and inflicts \I about all the satisfaction be gets.-\Cill- I Circuit 'if! FIm'fll..erm..l ( unot y.Lt I &_ :X,. .....? .TS rfrt"S&*!.. i Tanksand :

penalties for neglect and carelessness i, iam Elerov. Curtis." : Clt<'imij, A. D. l SS. 1- -. .._- --'-ggg-. j .I all kind of Cooi'EK WOKK t onlrr

from which fires 111.1r'sult.. Education -I ---- --- George; M. )Mairiudcr; ] T. JOIISO.IjiG \.
AVar'n Multiplied Dancer*. I vs. V I of -Fnc'lvsoiiviiie i
City i i'CAITAIN
is compulsory, and there is a rigid .
militars'n'ice, and a show of public "You were in the war, then, Ca;.t. ,, II. (Juy Mercer and ) W. A. SHAW. range. : : I'lorida.LiveAlligators'Waited
-I"l'tt.'r his wife Foreclosure
? : "j
force where which is unknownto
every quite t --- -
our unneighltored, easy going republic.W. i "Oh yes, ma'am; yes, ma'am; fought I(. T. Howard Knijjht;: of Daily trom ,Taekoncilleexcept'tturiliy.
all throught it." and )laulll\uihthi; ; ) Mortjra; e.
1) Ilowells in Harper's.A I II | y .
and Thomas f. IT. l Plant.
wife .
"Is there not. she said, hesitatingly, .l)

------ !; "a great deal of danger in a battle?" Knight; and Emma :E. J 1 CAIT. I. C. HALL, i iI '

ratilious Man'* MUfortuiuIllustrating -. 1 Knight. his wife
: "Well, yes. the captain replied reflectively -i
additional aggravation "there is, there is. So many :; It appearing by the am'daut<< of the I Daily from Sanford except Sunday. WK WILL PAY
which objectionable attendant circumstances agent ot the complainant herein I f
: men standing around you know, and so i i
yield t J the victim of an amdent, : careless of firearms i is almost that the above named respondent ONST.JOHNClsRIVER.1I j CHaICS
the Saunterer recalls a story told him handling; as are. pectively., iiomiresidentsof !| Twenty Cents Each and EDre S
j sure to occur during a battle makes it the State of Florid and that the I Swdnh'-Jln,' 2H. 11tii. !
home time ago by the genial B. P. Shil- ,
1aLt.r, the well known Mrs. Partington. rttIly"C'n': unsafe. : addresses of the said T. Howard I t iii. LASm'isf.0)ILTH.. :! for small Lie Allnators.In .

i 1 Miss Lollipop shuddered, and then resumed -: Knight: and Maud-Knight, his wife and ; Le.i\t. Arrive.f :
A certain and fastidious lk
s- : l.. jiiiy )1eu'ar anl1-h'rc'r.lli.. wife. ;; o l'ru J.rk..nnnl1t' :m a m ; Lot if Ffj'tt'n: 0",1 f {',rtiltlr./
ton :m had the misfortune to l>e knocked '::Oc) I' III Toc..i Lt-ayp. j
Are not some people severely injuredat unknown to alliant and f
are complainant .
down and :0) l' IU 1'.I.uka U.u; a nt I II
run over b.ycity scavengerwagon times:" and that the respondent Thorn C. I 9:O V m n..ut'stou 11:-I,)pm

by which one of his legsas i Yew," the captain said, "they are. I Knight; and Emma K. Knight, resole in 11 01) pm. W..1ab I,.:10pra I i WAMIKLL; A: SONS,
broken. While he was at the City hospital 1G Imdt rtt'orget.wn ':!Opm
once had a friend who was hurt so badly the city of Philadelphia in the >ute of I: i'la
:3 Y.lufia il.i Jf'k'iOnIlle
:: am" p muU W. Pine M..
a friend called to express his sorrow : that he couldn't] leave his i room for several Pennsylvania\ and that each and everyone :::: a Cl \t-tor .:1.>p m 11 ''-'

for the unfortunate gentleman, expressing :i days1 ." unsaid respondents are over the age i t:-1;' a 111 DeT.an.l Landing f!)J" p m I I =-

his regret particularly at the ex- 1 And then she said tht-ivpuidit to IK? a I of 21! year*. It i is therefore ordered that .\rn\"t'5>:.o a ra I.lu spring 4:15 p m {

tent of the other's: injury. The sufferer ; law against them and he said: he believed the said If. Gay Mereer. Mercer. ..:.1() a m EDteorpri"ft J.*, p ni :

heaved a deep sigh; and tlien. turning to the legislature of Iowa }hi* wife : T. Ibnvard<<1 Knight; and Maud m :tJ'1 a IU o..1nfunl. Cit- wharf 1: 0 p ID i IlliportauttoAll !
contemplated .
his visitor, said : Yes, George; it's some such law at its next session.And : pacing i Knight: his wife and Thoma* C. Knight I t'.ii; ) a D1 aDf..r.!. S. I' n. l:, 1 U p iuCONNM ,I

hard. It's lad K' and Kmiiia E. Knight his wife. do plead
mighty enough;:; to ; 1
she said that she
was glad.-New- TION-At Tocoi with M Jubu RaiJr aJ;
knocked down, run over and have one's York Commercial Advertiser. answer or demur to the conmplaiuamtt'sanmemided : at I'jlitta with 11>rua Southern Kailwar;at iole i j jtnii -

leg broken surely: but. oh. heavenfor! -- .- -- I bill of complaint herein tiled ; "lth -t. JoLn's amid Halifax laver Hailroail.
on or before the Mite div of April. A. 1 at A-tor with st Johns and Lake Eu tli lUUav; | ."; untb
of cloth to lie knocked down .1
a man my Not bell In
Very Acquainted. I at iVLacJ Evils; math -Laii'l and st Johns 1"1'important cwp
run over anti my leg broken by a filthy A certain ofilcial who will bei o D.. Is-SS.: or the sameill be taken* i U-iilroad: at IJlu Spring w ith U. :> O. C. and .\. j
public tnr
swill cart-the thought is unbearableBoston :*' centered : and it i is further ordered that lUilwav ; at Li>teri>n-e with A. C.. :-t. J..t I K.lUilroaJ. | Florida i* the Orange; erupt ADd
i immediately nizt.'Cl Whll it i is stated 1 a copy of this order be published in the ; for 1Itusnll.; Sanford: with tram of tll.1I1
Budget "Saunterer. : that he is ;\remarkably handsome gentle- j Fi ofMUA TAn newspaper for tour consecutive : the S. 1'. Karo! for Tampa; at Tarawa with thesteamer i one should endeavor t.. secure a :
i MKRCtVUKT, of the Plantteam.lirp Line.
i man. approaching middle age, and that week prior to the said 19th day i fur Points on Tampa Bay and Manatee Inner; also variety of orange in planting ar'>u>

The Cabman at 'IW-,iglit.r i he has brown eyes and a very full black of April. .. D.. 1>>S.Witness : with tile> }'Itiot.tt"4Iu..lup Line. steamships ,I tu:

r The row of cabs and<< Jehu- on the v.-est : beard jut sufficiently sprinkled with grayto mhaml and seal and the seal : OLIVETTI: awl VACOTTK for Key west and To do this. and ret suCh. fruit *-
i Hi\ain \"errrow1Jy and Thursday, at
C side of Union square at midnight presentsa suggest pepper and salt had a pleasant 01 said Court this ijth: t.1aoi" )[arch. .\. ; Key wept( fnesdav and Friday. and Havana arriving Wedn taken uUl.* at many of our :tat

curious picture of human life in the surprise party at his house on Valentine 1), 1SSS.f I .fday au
winter season. The patient horses stand day. It was tendered to the recipient by f>EA.j .\. .\. STKWAKT. I \.ry \Vi.Ice.day amid Saturday. | Fairs and at the New Orl n\M' 'fl.itioll .

and freeze without protest. The drivers only one person, a young gentleman of Clerk Circuit Court..TONES C. HALE.General Pa.-erger Agent. PeBary Line .* buy your trees from ('. *'. '

keep arms and(' in motion and Hock extremely immature age. whose relationship & WILLIAMS. W. 31 DAVIDSON, FlaTHE :!IJd

together for company. But they don't to the middle aged gentleman in Solicitors fur Complainant. 47 General Traflic Asect, I'tople'e LJce. Cruder<< & Son. Kockledre; -


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-- L. c. OLIVER

A lIc-roll" Field un the Hank* of the !'oo'houJ.6'h"I'o Girls Hi-reive (;ratuitou.1 ,

Yiiraurl llvrr-Scrnes in Camp. In..trtlction-The Studies < I Dealer illGEORGIA

The climate is unhealthy, disposingnersoas In a reci nt numljer) of The Revue des

to bilious fevers, and in the Deux Moudes the present state of female I PINE LUMBER

height of the rainy season: the mortality education in France is carefully examined I, ,

great among the negroes, who often from the hygienic point of View by.I ir .
deep, in the OJK-II air and take but little Dr. Jules Io, -hard, an eminent memberof Of all kinds Dressed and Undressed. I
care of themselves. Chills and fever is a the Paris Academy of Medicine. The I
coinjilaint., Position in life has system (,f instruction; for girls in the j
acreat common deal to do with the liability to French 1llllJljeehnols is illll'uglleel.upon :j Shingles Ceiling Lath Mouldings Lime Brick Etc. Etc '

sickness, as upon the quality of the living the ground that the mental work imposed I ,

accommodations much dejnds. The ujHrn them is too hard and too uninterrupted ]
fever seems to thoroughly weaken the and that sufficient heed is I TITUS V 1 1,1-1-:, KT.O H -I I TXY.

blood of the sick, and for months after a not paid to physical culture. Dr. Iloch- All Large} Orders: Filled with Disi: .atelm. Van! and ( )diet' Ilt'ar.l. T. ov K.V.. Knihray iVjui
6ick man has left his Led he apj>ear.s like ard considers the playground' and the
living corpse. Much of the disease gymnasium: quite. as indispensable features I
a F. (i. I1rCK\ILY.. nrOtilarUC :.
F. T.
contracted: at the mines is no doubt dueto of a girls' !school as the' recitation

excesses of various kinds, which scent room. Many measures calculated to pro- I
to ho inseparable from life in a mining unite the health of pupils are suggested;' I : .A..JBA. dP JBUDGrE,
country. When the greatest care is and among those! which it i..i urged,
needed, in reference to every detail of f.houMIJl' carried out at home or inlioard- I .fonts fOl.--:

rating drinking, clothing and living, ing s-ehool.s) ) and convent.is the daily I

little is taken by the majority, and the practice of bathing; the whole ])cr.son in i THE LAFLIN & RAND POWDER COMPANY.ORANGE
result is that the various foreign employes cold watl'r.'e harm from Dr. Hoehanlitllat

*'r officers as they: are called this modeof bathing still meets with I
American, English: and 'rlllH11-fro1l1 very little favor even in the families of
the chief mining; engineer down to the the:French nri-tocracy. notwithstanding RIFLE POWDER : 231b. kegs $5; l2Ub kegs $2.75; 6lb} kegs $1.SO; 1

Irish blacksmiths, are continually tick: or their inclination to adopt many English
recovering from hickness.I ; ways. CREED 100R : 611b} kegs $1.50; ORANGE DUCKING : 6lb| kegs 300.

have seen over half the "officers" of Aside, however, from the ellee.t of the .
one company sick, thus necessitating new cICIol.stl'm on the health of the T I T U S11lilA ]': F T.O -I I i I :D ...:V. I.

double work from the others, conducing PUllils-a question which is just now exciting ,
sickness. Doctors particular attention in Pans-the
toHinilar > are plentiful
!but they, too, are often laid up. At article in The (llevue: contains some intersting j t COURT WEEK.
night a dense mist from the river covers .-: ; tati1lti's.oolaowill the progress TITUSVILLE
the whole valley like a pall. No wonder made under the third republic in the education 'I

there are.fevers. \ of girls, a branch of public duty -tl-
The ore: from the mines, after l being : which, under' previous regimes, 11:1I111t'l'1l The jH-Mj'l of Un-vanl. ('mmtnty. State 111' Florida, are lu-rehy tuminoiKd -

crushed josses: under the stand heads, much neglected. Thus it apjiears that at I FURNITURE STORE. I to appear at time :Store of:I. BIn X B.\t.\1. C'lothk-r. for the pur-

on to which( a stream of water is flowing) the date! of the last census, published in JIOM- of Examining; a full line of >r I
:and then crushed into line powder from 18S?. there were in France 0.-lOD:; :1 schools: I
the battery over amalgamation tables. for girls and 1 ;.7'25 schools to which very Spring Clothing ,

These are of copper, covered with a young; children of both sexes were: admitted. I Hats t + ;
coating of mercury. The gold particles The aggregate nunilicrof female
amalgamate with the mercury, and the pupils was .,4' 1.0). 1. and this, it is .A.. Frosolier, Shoes

water carries the quartz grains on into mated, has by this time increased l'sti-I) Gent's Furnishing Goods,
the Kiev la-low. The tables are cleaned about io.HOO.< ) ): The sy..em of
Trunks and Valises
every twenty-four hours, the mill being tion and instruction is the ( (' I j

Btopjted) to allow of this. The result from laws ]>a.ss.'d in Octoln-r. 1SSO.(j and Jal- I And jud-o; for themselves: : as to CHKAPNKSS, QUALITY amiXKATNKSS. t
the day's working of this immense machinery uary, 1HS7.+ The schools where girls receive I II } .
is a couple of (malls of varying gratuitous instruction> are, first, I
bite-s.ty of an egg-of amalgam, whichare maternal schools; secondly, infant I will make a run for a iris days only in CJIIMHtKN"I: ? KNEE t,. .

carried down to the house, weighed schools; thirdly primary schools,, andlinally Parlor Suites 1 1t PANTS, ages: from .1 1 to li years: at T\V'KNTY-FIVK CKNTS 1'KU.i I
and then dejNMsitcd in the nafe until a :!I the normal schools: for those who PA IIJ:, and all other ( loods; inIlavinj lirolortior1. ."

sufficient quantity is had for retorting. I:i, mean to In-come teachers. I I i ;, just returned from time North whore 1 have made a ( :Jood if:
After the resultant is I II 1 The so called maternal schools were
retorting gold '1 intended to the former I Bed Room Suites :; Selection, one ;and all mire sure to he suited. No funny husiness.: : 'all .
I ready for shipment. Some gold is: :shipped: replace asylum "
in the retorted form and some is melted halls. The latter were hardly more than i and convince your-I'ln.-: : at 4 'I,

juid cast in the form of bars l before ship nurseries, in which hard working; families t :
IIl<'n1. The shipment of bullion takes I placed their children to get rid of Beds Mattresses j J. BJrJA..N"BA U1'\I.I P !
place once a month, the various com taking care of them during the day. In 1 t.
lanios bringing their gold to the office !' them education amounted to nothing.) i I THE ONE PRICE CLOTHIER ;; .
whence the bullion tram starts. The On the other hand, their substitutes: were ,
bullion is carried over the road in chargeof ; designed; to be a kind of kindargartens, Springs, j Second Door East of Indian River BanK, T1TOSYILLE, FLORIDA. I

a mounted parly of guards well where a child's faculties: might be awakI -
armed. I sled by attractive exercises and object

Bullion day is sort of a hl1i11nfor the 1 lessons. But as: yet the l'urpobt has not And everything in the FrHXlTUUEi TITUSVILLE CASH STORE I'
chief "fiicl'n'of the companies m which i Ijeen fully carried out, owing to the difficulty ,
Call and the New :Stock
line. fee j jju
they all meet together and discuss mutual of obtaining qualified teachers.' To T i ;
affairs. The bullion train in returning I these maternal schools children of both j :T1 ,
brings up a mail and the money to pay the : sexes are admitted between the ages of 2 -- --- -

JailOr and other ex i enses. Then for many I I and 15. The scheme of instruction is bup- BEAUTIFUL RIVER FRONT !04 Acknowledged; Hoadquarters fur +
days, the scene at a company's ollice is a ; j osd to include games and graduated
lively use the) miners In-sieging the windows movements aceomjianied by singing; -no I
for letters and with inquiries as to doubt French 'ounterl'arts of 'The ..1'fFORCED | Fine GroceriesT.AVAYS
when pay day will come. The money farmer sows his seed": i>erformancej -
comes up generally in English( sovereigns, j manual exercise, the first> principles of SALE. i
with occasionally some American gold. moral education, the rudiments of useful I \_ ON lI1. : LNI1) .

There is very little change in the country knowledge, training in the use of language I!
.\ ...'<< ):
and ten or live cent Venezuelan piecesare enlivened with the recital of tales,
rare. English, French German and the elements of drawing, reading, writing :&&GA acre ofliijrh; dry land beautifully I Italian Vi11a Paints:
- and arithmetic.The situated on Indian (:lliver. Give:? at leasta : ,
American money is that chiefly in circu- .
lation. The standard of Venezuelan! infant schools represent an intermediate : quarter" mile river front. Will be sold vcThito Load, torsono ,
at least .>(0 per eent. less than: any laud
etween the maternal
is 100 cents soncillio dollar degree:
a or -
currency of like nature on the 1 in'r.rl are :R.a"'UV Ci3ac3.: IBoiloca.Oottoza. iinscod: Oil I
schools and the primary schools ,
worth about what our dollar is, but ptoyer.4.'Imildren ordered to sell and sell we UlI1 t. I l lIIaST
accounts: in Vene/uela are kept in Maeu- of l oth sexes are admitted from
: Sood 1 en1 and: tlrrni.
quino. .\ Macuquino dollar is worth the ages of 4 to .. The scope of instruc Address or call on i+
about four-fifths of the scncillio dollar, tion here comprehends' that of the maternal : : Grain: :ZPoocl: and
('ihas. u. SW (4'l. j
schools together with the elementary ji
or to IH exact, 71.70 l"'ntsnll'ricm' i
gold. A live cent piece i-> a ten cent course e.f primary schools. The \1.t\I\I'- For"ti1ize1"s.
piece cut in two. and divided again it latter receive little girls from the age of
Indian River Real Estate Agency, i F-u.11 Lin..o: o Nni1s.
hassles! for two and one-half cents. (!, if they come from a maternal school i I
An event in life at a mine i is the arrival and ,If. 7 if they come from an infant TI1Tsy1LI.1.1't..\. .':"> : REED & STEERE. i
_______ __
of a freight train of bullock carts or school. The pupils} n'main1lutil they are u -- -- I

burr.. Venezuelan in charge, after I 11. The studie. are distributed, in threecour.es WM. H. SHARPE .vr.r: ciocyns ca viJAXTKi 1). 4
The ...ll'uH'utart'otlr for children
much fumbling; finds the l bill of lading, :
and thenconu'theelnckingof the i>:ld.I I I from 7 to !H.+ the middle; : course for Airiut.for; t o\vkcr) and( >:ividp-,: .:

ages while all the idlers I look on. Sometimes I I those from '.I to 11. the upper course; for REAL ESTATE AGENT
those from 1 11 to It t
it is a of I HIXCS containing I '
tins of green (corn tomatoes oysters, I In the primary schools projxr the 1 1I I run) Clyde's' New York Charleston and Florida
lobsters preserved fruits. etc.. from the j sexes, as \\t' have said, are parated. ,
states. Then it is bulky The tuition given to the girls includes. i CITY 'f.tcrN' I 11

fctamp} heads, flasks of m Jlltchinen..1 !fist. instruction in mror i'. and civic Laud.-,ld on loni): time with : or ; stea shi ine_

mite or fust Time smaller mining; stores, I i duties: secondly, reading; and writing; on the lea-e >\>tein, or for l'a..h.. I IJ

such ::s dynamite, fuse torch! picks, j I thirdly the French l.iijuige: fourthly, I' L tnds cleared and planted and cared for TIt Klri/ant- :-tl'lIlI--: ((( of thi! Lin are appointe.c{ ] l to .'iloI
machetes, hammers, drill iron, rojHetc. \ j I arithmetic ami i the met lie system: fifthly. if desired; h\' contract or otherwise.liefer I
., are kept in a store room in the i j history and P"" ;rlphy. esju-cudly with i I FROM JACKSONVILLE. ;4.

living house of a mini!):,:: company. I relation to Francsixthly, object lessons I to E. :M. l>iee>('. Detroit. :Mich.; i.i Mar. fth
KMIXiil.K.: : << Tlmrxlay. Ififlpni
11 nudesoruV and primarx scientific notions: seventhly iN.w\ I)
a sleeping apartmentt .\urwosid.1'itll-vine, Fla.: Itr. ))1 KEE Nt'w Thursday, Mar.: 1'itli; BWa m t i
: the mines the elements of llrawin Dinting ,Il'HEW ( )
it will idea of Va.
the as give an and IIl'l'tlll'wurk.fttr having received 1 and! StrasTa/ewell Court (louse ; SI\ltNtLE) ( New ).... ......... ..................... ....... Th ur..clay, Mar.: iiilf wOlln0m I
manner of living. The hour is coveted Ic.ckl'rIoutl"l':11.: C'aiuula. for
i and A. 1 ( New Thur-'l'ay Mar. Bull: ;ana mKxvry
here this instruction female pupils of : ('IiE1(1KKF.I: : : ( ) ,
\\ the iron marl stood with matting i wluun I have made proves.: ka
{ under which are some colTiv sucks. j i the primary schools may complete! it by j jpasing | FEC)1FEB.N: ANDIN A, R RI
Throe two ill the two lower ;
haumux'k thrown up) over the mosquito : years ,
flUlltof the lied, -tn'tdlt'lLu'l.t-'i classes. of the normal .dm' '1There WORTH. \outlay! .\ ft t Tii '< '11 i iA

the room. The cirrus roof in which they learn applied arithnu tic: the eloments iI j LAKE no'r arriv.il" tin- I
:re and of algebra and of p-onvtry; the: ;
numerous spiders a friendly
liouso snake who occasionally conies I methods of ordinary accounting; and Florida Railway and Navigation Co. 's TrainLt'n.il1
I LOTS FtC; :SALK in the New Townof
down lntokkeenng the rudiments ot physical '
tlie Hour {
on is' the -iling.; An
Uiiiiu-iist'' t.ad. who H tiC u>o. as he science and natural history: {:l'Oll1l'til'a"tlra"ill l.akt'lol'tIi.. fronting.; on well time known waters ;! Jaek.-onvillo: at :2DKLXWAKK :-\.> p. Jl1.
the lake of that: name so
OauIun:, i.isivts lives under the deeoiative drawing, and Illt"'ll'l .. .
:iii\ for it- mild climate. trot.il'\1 scenery.amipcndid Sun.lay. M ,r. 4th I YKWAS>EK i'aaday.1 :- :t1.VEM.s
"'d. ai'd ion good t'Tins with a small eling le"-s'.ns Iii every day law anil ;. ] IIlllltill :tut( I lishintr.' :oIEt; -.s \ .. .>. Mar. nth
dog "f the country who sleeps in the I eat tcoiioiiiy: lessons 1n'Freimo'1! history The uuderi:ued l have at la-t yielded DEI.ua (l'Ou1Ida', liar. lttb
ti um. The wi:5 K ws. witlumt glass. are and literature: the princij-al] epochs of I to the pre-ure and consented to throw" ottUlu'run' :ii>i>oint,-,t to sail from VHTEast! Kiver, >w Tort ;

Muiply pnti\-to-l by rough Venetian general history. with esj-ecial reference open their land to settlerTo do this. | livery Tuesday and Friday at 3 oYItM-k. P. :M. ,
tohUlll'I- :m.l when it rains a steady to itunlern times: industrial and commercial we have divided our I lands into lots: 0011veuieut -
Ptr\-am pours in several )places through geography: living languages: ; for bu-ines: lots: winter home.. The ,'isrit! amyl IMSn, :rt--omnifMlationsaif uns.iin>a. s -(l. Every atteution will 1 I" t t'given
the r Hf. Thedisagr,loin>tvts known needlework and drt:...muaing.; ; '. villas or proves; and will sell at price- Imsiiu'sntntt, -d tothiHIM-.
; i I"luridI.illt.-, IMr2>, Cat Clv..r.
Ni-\v York via fly: .ll"O
t"tnormal: limited IMn-ct all -hipnuntfrom
as On the e'a--s tf the ino-t
(buses;; are numerous, and great: care upper !i to suit priit'Im&:"-o'r- For further information apply! to ,.
Isx! < to Utaken to avoid their acquaint-: schools we do not touch. I>-cause thy mean-. i .1. .\. TEHt'nt.. ;4..1. '!L1E..tgent; +
devoted the prelemra .I oitllatc.l1l1l'II' the h.t"lIaa lua. t i la. ** W. nay >t., Jickx,iiville. 1'h..
:llll"('. are exclusively to The :11101:11111: are : < .
Thteiupi'rature at the mines is .
t l."IIE.fto"
,.. Traffic )!aUIII.t")1. 1' ::
quite high during tho day. but as the tion of !rofessional school teachers.5Jftio !i' Inlet on a beautifully-ri-iu:: plain Late o11" :.-. t.i-t at'tymy: \. Y. 1 li: sthVharv.-, I'IJilatldl'hia! ( ir a'ltyuy. N. Y. i ,
!lujrht.; are o n4. warm IXH coverings mire the w '-t :shore of tin? lamou view of 1 1'. :M. I1II.IIJ"t.-.l< :. -Ir.. OLf: al V:<)%-.it.":' .l.e't..lxa-notfie.; Fl'-r.ila. / :

tJ4i"Jf'1! :i able.] l i.f Preserving I'ruit. .'' Worth commandiu;':of a the sup.-il IiiM.)) and otpain Since last season VENTILATORS have been constructed en the iron steamers for the
.\1!: ('1''r the scattered liarnin.i the lake for miles better transportation cf Oranges and Vegetables '
are '
untry .
that .
,. : Professor Tyndal has shown atmospheric ;.: ves-el 1. on the Atlantic.The' I,
or s mHhl!l (s. sunk on to thoHiu germs: do not pass through a land ihi-h and dry. and repayeultivatiou 1 1i !

.. -!.at l 11 Jes. MHiioaliandonoilaiulstMiiejili layer of cotton wool and the discovery : by an abundant yield otmu (bans.. Enions anti UIIK'S. raisoi! on liiuli plume Huul. I,
\\v.:'!.1'I1.! 'Uit'searc(1ange.utl-iynear: has: been applied to keep preserved fruit I -t varicti: ot tropical fruit* 'and i MJuavaroinejrranatcs i t )!byel'erimuiii'>n-, CocoanntlVa --he! I- iz,:, rear, '

has rtr'l. ia numy crises. aiul great care by covering the jar holding it with cotton vegetablesTOWU m thi- ;section. I me- 1 :apudilha-,1'fuum-! AlmondJrapt<< ; -. ;
J t-, III'| taken jn after dark. tine
ridingaUmt lattin.i The of putrefactionin applerte.., are now yielding crop-
The i I..-.., Wai i i-s tul lot the reins lavlooselv : germs without lertilizlnjr.
the fruit are said to be rendered harmless on thi- laud : INDIAN RIVER NURSERIES. :
oil t:,t' f't.lo's n''l'k and trtist to his roJ'ito. by cooking, and the cotton batting I Now is the time to select choice ["ts. ;,i ,

The river water i+ Used by many keels out those of the air.-lublic Opin- i Call upon us and See plat. "" Pto.Poinciana*. llibi-cu-, .\lIaman :1";, Catalpas tl3nlia.THnin,
fur: \\-avljinjr. mull tie mjn w'll1t'rt..l apply to 1
that of ', ion. For prices description Eucalypti, Euphorbia-
is often drunk being kept cool I j CATALOGUE :MAILED FKEE. TERMS CASH.
In t'l1l igis. Those are porous oartheu- The a"eragt'Iexim laborer supportshis !; Emanuel E. Heyser or AM Ueyser.Worth. .
Fla.TIlE )
\rar" Intlian liver Nurseries Eat 3Ielboiirius .
jars, which' are known curiously as"monkeys" family on ten cents per diem, invested l.nIH' Fla. JOHN I;. JIKACH( ,
in the "West Indies. New
\:ork II : 1 in corn and beans.
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I I.
THE FLORIDA STAR. Florida s. the North.i Grand Jury Presentment. CR.
i IJy amount of oldcrip paid OPORTO'S THEATER 1

PUBLISHED EVERY TIIURsnAY. i LOWELL, MaMarch 13th, 1S<:. The Grand Jury empaneled for the and ele-troyed............. $'4 00: ;. IHt r

Eflltrtf ,:flh': Sfar : -pring; teru of the Circuit Court, in and amount of scrip of 1SS7-Paid A FULLER ACCOUNT OF

ELLIS B. WAGER Editor ni Poffisiitr. for Ilrevard cunty.Otate: of Flori-la'l and destroyed.................... 0,137 72ift THE pORTb.
Dear Sir,-Your paper, which comes ( GUE5E HOLOCAUST. .
March ll A. I.1S'
SI.50 Annuin.Enter&l cerweek- like an old friend, from themidt .j-,-:a67: r
per I I the following pre-entment. Having tin- _____ '
f I ol the orange groveand piney Klghty nttli.lrt'.I," ct't'u\f'rf'd r

at the TVOjfic? at Tlfwnlle ae !!: odors of bright Florida, reached u- thiweek 5-hed our labor, according to cu-toai we To balance on hand January" the Ruin.-The I.U>eral-Unloui.t_1'ro. .. tiI

.S ffnd-ClaM Jlfftf1r. recommend the following con-ideratiou-, 1S>7...... sit, Hi erick III hard r tia
in the at
a driving t"oil-fenrrAl
nCw- torm
___ I I to-wit Dt'ILDlNG FUND. moo.
\ -QCAHRli one inch in space; 2squares |I severe-t of the sea-on ; and the accountof : lander's U"4"1uatloP-"ab1t" >utr.Lisnox. .. r

make a column. j the treewhite with bloomin Florida 1-T.: 'flu- Jury hareaon to believe To amount on hand January" March 2i-A drea-Uul fire Jj
FnrnilvertI.Ing rate enquire of the Editor j that in in the face of I.'-........ 60 70 out Lro
thicounty, even Tuesday niht in the Banquet ::
al\\: }, enclosing' a two cent 'stamp. | seem in strong contra-t with uurtrees tha'r: t
---- -- - 'I the plaine-t of lawmany peronboth rn. Oporto. It wa> a repetition t>f the t
I white with the clingingnow.. which Lbtory
Ih- amount of Building Fund war
STAr is the OFFICIALfor ,
newpapert and old in the habit of of all theater fires- hou f
; I vouiii: are carrying >e erowdcdto
IJrevanl count}. :' burdenevery branch and twig, and rantpaid and de-truye(1.----- H <) i !01lfr.
t t
__ ___ : concealed and cation inadequate means of 1
- weapon", we recommend edit t
--- --- : == == = clingto thesideof the hou-e-, load riM-
t TJATJT7T? mavlx; ronn-1 n nie at e3M. !1: i that the officertake extra precaution : To balance un hand Januar 1. IIS j struggles I of people in an effort t.. ivarh th
TmS the wire and -lide- in solid (
I Advertising Jt aUfIOSpnJceS'iUn. n* K Kowell.'.whPr'&Co's.IIdPrt'r.-Newpain'' t; telegraph I azain-t;: tin- mot perniciouprac- si...................................... e.. ?u : street scores trampled under f contract; ma, Le made for it Iw' YEW TOnK. ma--efrom the roof- down upon the
: tics, and se: to it that the law carried ROAD FUND. verely injured, ami at U-a*: ci* hundred 1I
circulationI {i j: headof unfortunate travelerwho hap-
The Star has Largest turned
To hand 1 people to death. So far
amount January
on ,
out to the letter. .
the );a*t coat of Fla.I caalearned t. t
of on :
I any paper pen to be pa--ing; below. 1SS7...... :$:;.,,.) 2 I| 2X1 That the Court Hou-e and -urrotinding fit the!
TIlE que-tion of color -comto lie entering j: \e-terlav morninz wamild and I '* amount received of Comptroller i Mnolderin;?: ruin thtr actual loss of hfe ITIIF
I -pring-like. someone remarked that be kept in a better condition : fur 1S7.: .................. 1", UH' k-e known for w;;
into the race for the Yice-I're-i-1 '* reeeiveel of C dlectortor not : some days. The thins ;rfr
andugget improvement repair- amount -
be f they hadeen the wild ;gee-e: flying north .. .. boxes and gallery above here
dentiiil nomination. Gray seem- tll broken .. blindlock de 1.;,;7. -4ll! 7"ru. packt 1rnh
paneof gla:- ; -, >or-,
f the mot popular in Indiana, Black iino i* I ward the day before, and it wa- con-ider i tilthoutliinue ; people, and only a few es<<"a\l'll The 't i bnis >

el that -pring wa- near at hand. Hut -, etc.tii } surrounded by weeping x-ple wfao,
-t in favor in Illinois Green would undoubtedly 1 : recommendeil the la-t :::),t.- ; : rC'1a-

be prefered in New .Tery. j early in the forenoon a few fine flakes > by tiWt.'re a-phyxlited or turned t<> -fcathHopitali

forward her came sifting; down, and in a few moment :: lh'. load Fund warrantaid : and private Lous are fl:+!..n|
and if Georgia were to put jfavorite j with 1 : count and destroyedTo ..................... ;.1314: with the severely injure Many
the air wathick
drivingnow : wertf4
would IK Brown but of
it ; any :
t, ty. but the expert employed to examinethe --j tally injureil in their struggle to .
; reaib
before it in huge
night walying drifts tt -
them will lieatificyl with the deci-ion I balance on hand January 1, I
hOHko- of thicounty having failed to street. Some who
of the convention. the telegraph; wirebetween thi- place : : 1s";.................. ................ &hl; ) :ti 1 sUl"l'eeIt'in g-ttm-ou'
+ I !
thereon either the safely die aiterwanl from
report to County omitinj t'1;
and IJo-ton( Ma--., nearly all down, and I ;
AN oculist of New York claim have tin- illuming the broken poles: are hanging ( 'umuliioneror to thi- body, any pro- -UMMARY. Frightened people leaped from nt'tdmis aJ
] ; Balance in Treanrcr'hand* on were killed in the fall Only a
+ ili-covcred the "Cigarette eye" cH,,<>:t..e, ; with their) wreck of tangled; wire- rtswe earne-lly recommend that the General Fund .Jan. 1, 1'I:) 1Ualance .; search of the auditorium ant totes lards ha.-;

which i becoming quite common. The accro-s the -treetchoked withnow below County (l'ommi.ionl- appoint an exKrt in Trea-urer- hand on ; been made yet, but foramen anal the citu n"

symptomare diningof vi-ion, caneel ; and the whole about is | to examine at once the Tax Collector's Building: Fund Jan. 1, l'S'... I i 2(u relief corps are constantly bringing; "il!
I country a Road Fund Jan. 1 1.<,-"........... ;r Inn .
hunks from the expiration of A. I D. : charretl bculies. So far known ,
j by a film-like gathering over the iri- and -licet of unbroken white, to which the ( as the ]l..s .j

pupil which appearand di-appenr-' .JOhll-CIll's time of collector-hip to the -- i life entirely anion; the au lienceaj.Sathe .i
aretill -cllllin:; their contribution Total amount in Treasurer'shands
moker- timeet by -aid eoninni--inner- report ." rompanyared
intervalOnly cigarette are -. Jm. 1, ----------------8- J7QUARANTINE
The fire ivas caused i .
y ujue.li.viiraugrment
troubled with it, and he>ayit ultimately I Turning from thi view to your paper to -aid County Coinmi.-ione-r- and FFND.1'o cf the p in the lies during the thir-i

will lead to blindne--, all of which may and reading of the.etuhe! gardenand to tin- next Grand, Jury, for the information i' amount applied.lutie',1"d $ti.ilt no act. The ftaiitept: over the uj>jr. par;

or may not be true ; but ifo, we believe the ;gay :-cene-a mon: yacht- and *tejimer- of the county at large. amount applied from General ;i of the house first, giving the |vt>pl l.. ui IL

i? a great many will lo-e their -ight; rather on the rivergive; one the Florida 4ni. The kInd oiHce- of the 1 Fund............. ..... ......... :Vi.Miu ,,! galleries no chance to escape, while the -iJt"l,

9y than their of ..mflkill county official- examined by thi- body, -- tator on the lower door reach '\l the *tr*?:
give practice
up fever; and I hear manexpreion- of ::=Jt"It', Uti
j in comparative safety. Somebtwlv !>.bullJ.!
we 1mfouwl to 1 lN' kept in a neat and ,
regret; among tho-e who, like myself, ''I:. the gas hortly after the fire was diMWrivJin .
THE we treated in Congrealxmt I orderly mmner."e ascertain that two ,
get :
way have been therebut wbu-(' cireum- By amount paid out by :Sanitary the hope of checking its tpreati.d tutnh

the improvement' of the navigationof I -tancewill not permit to go again; thi- 1, of the Tax t'ullec..tflr'obouk.- are abcntfrom 'ommi-sioner--............ 6'1= ,' "" HI) left the theater and exits in alai-t total

our river can be l'ot gleaned from the I the Clerk'- ollice, from cau-es unknown : SUIM Rol'H'AL A1I El Nt'. darkness and: inc.-reaSt-,1 the rctr' Th
following adver-e report jut made to the i to u-. : To amount ofix j er cent in- light;: wood-work galleries were.M.I 1:1"

River and Harbor Committee by the '}I If you find anything: in thi- that will .jTH."e compliment the :OheritT on tere-t, bearing; warrantap roaring Maze. All the doors of the theater

Chief of Engineerwhich read-, afol- intere-t your readeryou are at liberty the neatnesin which he keeithe clunI proved ;">th Oct., .1.1)., and opened inward and all were closed when tte

i to publi-h it. payable! March 1. lxx" !), to lie alarm was given. The theater holU :;:iu
. lows i and ;
. : I ty jail -urronndingTIL -
Wihinguccf- to the FLOHIDA: STAKand met by taxes yet to be levi people and the tax ofHc-e had rtfui \l admit
; >
"From interview. with s-ome of the : We wi-h to makepecial menj i il'e L..o..o................ $J,tlllU) > OH I Il'nll' sion tickets before the performance.

leading inhabitant the di-trict, I the beautiful Indian River country. :j t.un of and compliment the County : I--UEI HURIN J THE YEAR 1>,'"'7. ;i The police have removed the remainol
found that what i is de-ired ithe I remain
improvement very re"l'C'ctfllllyuurs, ; Judge on the condition and -y-tem of Road-and; bridge------------------ >i1:. 14Expende eighty bodies, and the work of searching the
of the lower river by removing
oy 11'.A. Tuow.STITI .
ruins' has only just begun. The charmJ
ter bars: straightening the channelOver | hibook- and oilice. We find in the l on Court Hon-eand ,

six feet of water exi-t-s in the -- --- 1! County Judge'- books allli office, during1i record-............................. 1.-1:1i1l bodies of a man and woman found in a box
dum-I : x-s. t :Scalp bounties----------------------; ': locked in a close embrace are belie.ed to be
nel o.-ite the Haulover to
fromop|> a | the ofervice
i Judge'time
six miles ewe the mouth of the :': pre-ent ( a (,eneral admini-tration and '! the bodies of Don gorilla and wife. lie wi-

}ba*>tian Creek, a di-tance of fifty-five :St. .\U l1..tille i. going to have a daily va-t improvement and everything kept !!i:, j.auper-' ........................... .t.2:542l; one of the wealthiest merchants of the rots

mile-. From there to the Indian River I evening; pa per. i j in -y-tematic manner, and recommend : Unclaimed -crip in (otlicet7 Gots11i Ii I i No remains have yet been positively n jilentified. -

Inlet the average channel depth i i- fivefeet I that the County Cemimi--ionerfurnih! ; i i The scenes among persons looking for
.\ Young .lien'Ienuocratic Club ha-
with numerous bars having a least I him a safe for keeping his records- soon i: '";_: ;, 1I; I' missing relatives among the mini are heart
depth of from three and a-half to five been organized at I'alatka. Deduct amount in Trel-urer's i rending. Private information received here
I a- po..jIll', and also recommend that the j'
t feet. From Indian River Inlet to a point The Tampa .Imrnnl commence- publication }I hand-January 1A.D. S, says that very few people in the JlalItnH;

two and a-half miles north of Gilbert County C'onnnli--inners pay the 1 expense: $rj.: ;.07, and mu't of 1SSi, : escaped, and that the IONS of life is: twice Ai
i aa daily morning the
bar, there is again an average depth of paper on he wa- at in getting the record- in their i i script ]Paid anti de-troycel II i large as reported.The .

' more than six feet. 2nd proximo. pie-ent condition, after the lack ofy- :I, 1,1:7; : i!................... ..... (HI,Ii;. :: i :

"The steamer Indian River has no difficulty Gold has been di-covered in the flint tern he found on hientrance.. !i Kitiperur hard at Work.
in carrying all the freight offered. i i:, Total county debt January. 1, BERLIN, March 2t-The emperor received
rock from the
Owing to the very crooked channel near at at I! Appended to this presentment are the l ,'.', except (}l1Ttntine.ar.- I visitors at dinner Tuesday for the first time

the narrows, she does not run at night a depth of l 17:> feet. Ii reportof the chairman of the Board of i+ rant- outstanding...... ....... 6222 27 since his return to Berlin.

through this part of the river. By the The tourist travelouth i- on the County C'otnuni--iunen: and the Superintendent ,, To meet this debt and to provide for : strongly Professor inclined Bergmann to the opinion who has that most the
aid of stakes and
this range delay could be a avoided.powerful wane the pa-t day or two. The rush will I of school-: the current expeneof the county for emperors disease is not only fatal, but

"The country is fa-filling up, and the now be the other way. I I"e return our thank to the Jborl .Judge) !! ISsS, taxc- were levied in 1 .7, which are I'I would run its stave in a very short time,that bu
now so modified his views as to believe
!shipment of fruits and vegetables are increasing The time for receiving bids for building I and State's Solicitor for the genial manner ,, now in proce-s of collection, and the re- ; under favorable circumstances the august

so rapidly l that in the near future a jail at Tampa has been extended to in which they rendered n" their advice :: port of the appropriation- which will i patient mny retain his life for a long time to
the needs of be sufficient I. I Ii
commerce may the first Tuesday in May. i an(1.itance.S. I t! duly appear for thicurrent: year. : come.
to warrant straightening! of the The applies
channel. The of Monticello : F. TRAVI-, Foreman The Hoard; further !shows that they '! emperor very energetically
pro p'ct a railway to himself tu business, and is deeply absorb

"I do not regard the river abeing at an early day giving; an impetu- I A. HUADY, Clerk, I have -u-tained two important law -nit-, i in home and foreign government problem
' worthy of improvement now. to bu-ines-sof every kind. ; J. P. DlCKsOX, one for damage- discontinuing a ferry !' There is little doubt now entertained that be

The last! Congress made provi-ion fora J. P.OETZI: :. : charter and the other involving the payment :- i will hold the reins and shape the p>h1of
Gcnn:4I1for time at least in the immediate
.7. P. Kerr of Cold some
of the channel of Indian River Springwa nin "
; : .
survey J. Xou\vooi, of some old -crip, i i.;-tied while the \ future. .
with a view to improvement, but it '- Mount Dora the first of tin-: week witha I The the
National denies report
appears Zeituug
MILTON (;itovIit, i: county-"eat waat ake View, and of ; :
load of Japan plumMr.. Kerr I t tqnetionable that for the removal of tt.
that the engineer only had a few wagon : 1 legality. Tinnil of'grcatet an operation
(;1:0. RICIIAKD-ON:: } wa-
dead Frederick's throatis
interviews with wwfof the inhabitants says he planted nine trees ten : I cartilage in Emperor
leading yearago,
i .\. D. PITT-, importance becau-e of the large iI i contemplated.The .
and thipring he ha- netted }H(>,<) fur +I
that he did not examine
; orsurvey I
CHAKLESFULTON: amount ofpuriou- -crip i--ued at Lake
i the route himself! and nltkethi- the fruit. P-ide- what lie getfor thi-, Liberal-Unionist I'urtT.
: I:1.MIr.In: 1.Tz, View a decade ago; much of which wa LOXDO.Y, March ':J-The fact that"tI1
adverse report upon the ij>, 1' Hxit of some he sellthe :seed :It ;"10<> centper quart, !I C. W. .Ar.Nor.i, not re-tamped, a- duly required by tin-: Unionist members supported> Parnell in thhviiion .

other and small trees at ., cent each. The of fan arrearsbill
person or personThe wordingof on econd reading
tintreluoval of the
L. M. (..\lIIXII: :, on countyeatto
'' IK u-ed for !. in the house of commons, has led many
the is dead showing plum can
report a give-away, 'Japan pre-erve-, Titu-ville and bc-cau-ean adver-e
.t11..1. FHLI, >ei>onto a-st-rt their liehef that their action
that the information he furnihesnow :i pickles jam, jelly, or in pie-. l
ci-ion. the mark the the disintegration
for the of
i i 1 J. 1I. FIELI, might open way payment beginning

was secured over a year ago; when Monday, March 11! wathe day appointed .1.1'. :SNELU of the untold amount thereof. The of th Liberal-L'uionist jarty. ThK of rf

the Indian River was running. :Since I by Jov. IVrry for the executionof Jo-Ei-H P.11..tKr: ; firtnit i-vvon, and scripuit i i- now (the uie significance, is aji extremely of tip vot.frttm optimistic a view Liberal!

that time the trade of the river has doubled I the young negro murderer. Alexander J. R.: C'AKTER, pending before the :Supreme Court. onnpPt'al. and Home Rule standpoint but it h fair I

if not more, and the tourist travel :: .lone-, jr.. but in re-pon-e to a petition ( ;ro. F. 1'x-IY. The expense of the litigation i- presume that the I'momst: having; trace,
iscon-tantly increa-ing but this -ectionof : failed to vote solidly with the ;governmentwill
; : from-ome of the citizenthe Governor included in the foregoing; report, whichwe henceforth take advantage; the piwr-

Florida-which i is now attracting: the |! ha- granted a re-pite of forty daylie IN COUNTY COMMI'NRCOURT, } now repeetfullyubmit.. dent to vote more inconvjnanc with tbe:

attention capitnli-t-and rail road men, :: :-aythat he prepared(1 to die, and i ii isI BlI\nH, ('0,1'r..t.1.1). 1.!o.:SS. ReiiiERT: MoRReiw, convictions or personal mterot+, thaa tbef

r and such men as )Ir. Flagler; of :St. An- 1 i I i going -traiirht; to heaven. Thilieing To tin JHOinhl?, tltf Finber lflll, anti ) "'#'- Chairman Hoard Co. Com. have hitherto done, or iudee.1 dared to do.

r gu-tinc-fails to receive any aid from the ,,, the tie, it -eeui- hard to keep man tf thr firntt'l J,tryCourt I!j the ('irl'lfi Hrevard Co., Fla. CRUELTY TO CONVICTS.

Government for the improvement of our : waiting at the ;golden! ;iratefor forty tf Mini tvJNNhOtt, tli* *jtrtmj ffi'tiiti'Ttof Attest : .1..1. :STEWART. Clerk.Obituary. Three ArKaii-.it---I'ri-oii- ll ar.Ic1'. to ikTrial

internal navigation. .\ Connecticut
prominent day-. : -- for Murder.CoAL .

man, i speaking l to u..; la-t The Hoard of County Commi--inner-, -. HILU Ark., March 2''I-evrrnor
Athe of tineanford
week about the failure of obtaining; thi< owner : market ain duty l bound, beg: leave to :give you At hi- father'reidence, on Thtir-day, Hughes:; and the board of i-mtentmy t")mmiiioners
ha- failed .
aid alive mentioned said that we failedto building to comply with the -ome account of theirtewardhip for the :March 22nd. l," -\ John T. McCulIough arrived here yesterdir .ft..rn..nto 'tn*
mandate- the aldermen in further investigate the outsat- 't ;
regard to
have the proper influence: that he year of our Lord 1N7. departed thi- life in the _-)tin year of hi- convict camp. The 110 c nit. have ail

knew of instancealong the 'O:1-t, not far cleaning and fixing it up the tenant- They de-ire to say that the intere-t a-je.; lie waa younz man of noble qualities have to !leyp in a little nxm ftil'I'\ fit
have been ordered to vacate the premi-e-:' and whites, sick and well! on tk bshucks
from Xew York, where no trouble wa- bearing debt of the county had Ktno kind and affectionate to all his npgrrw 'ha1,r I
within i that have not tern
eight day.Thi- action of the andstriw
experienced in securing appropriation-, nearly paid off by January of la-t year friendand. in his home he waall a du for ...mThe only covering; i- a thin
Council will
f ahigh a$20:: ,
mo-t private improvement which wa- of the building to at once put up the During hi- -icknes- he an-e-; fr:-m it. Many convicts have to s' one-
-inking and general fund, which they elid great gave work. TbPlr
brick in which they
Ions pronli-ed market hou-e. The the wet clothes ,
hardly ever used except by -ome privateindividual early in the .ear. him-elf to Chri-t and died in the full foal run-lit, tf Malt pork and corni!" : >J +:
4 hal "
to harbor their yachts duringthe prl'ooent building ?en condemned, The following table i ian exhibit for faith of a glorious immortality and hi- small quantities. 'k&ok
and cammt bv u-ed after the time the >.t/t
storms but which, apublic channel the receiptand expenditure for the death-bed waglorifieel l,y that faith. lIe There were thirty men on !on h,
mentioned.A who \\ere examined bv the physi
-* for travel, do not amount to bade all hifriend .'s
any year : -wcet ;good-bye and hicks were almost solid -wrefnvn wn'Igiven

thing. man waarreted, on Wednesday, MINERAL FUNI. hip la-t wordwere, 'Dear father, mother : them and ten men havesprainM brmken Ii of

Thus it seemthat our need have to at I\i.immee, by Mar-hal Bailey, sup- To amount of ca-h on hand January and brother, meet me in hea"en."hat Jimbs or back-:: Lurt.were lJ.'l.t"7
them te-tified that ick men r.fraI'I
r give way because we have not the proper l o-ed to be the murderer Snell. of .. 1, 1""7....................... $ 1ST j 1() a happy ending.; I le leave great many tooornn'ain.! a: everv man who ("-fOp!

ifljtaean1 to carry them through.Ve Chicago, for whom a reward of ::?:10.'"". ioffered. i- amount received durin the to mourn hi- los-. or faiUl to do his talk:1' whippe.Fifty synth-

hope it may not alway-? tliu':. The de-cription of the man ar- year from the tate Comptroller ( l>antifull mornin day of hole. men were r...iuired to work a II.nntt'r incb to
fur tax account ofale >an ul a bettt-r hit- outaoe" orsK"ksiIl water from a:1
------ --- re-ted and thttent out by the Chicago of tax certificates"""""",,, ;-4-1 lu Now in the iwfful hours he r*.t?, one and a half feet tlE't"p."b never av0

C. C. Sutton, an old citizen of Yolu-ia authoritietallie- very c1o-ely, even to amount received of Collectorof Far from }:'nL.. noisy and itnfrMe viet was kilIt."Ill.y sheer brutality, tte that

Revenue: la"I G..... -4SI-t I.. ickti oail make out a certificate. ,..
county, who formerly lived at Tituvilleva the scar on the 1(>;. the only variance phv> so'ni'tbIP o oJ
-- --- hon or
\ < found dead! in hi* bed at the Vo-s being in the teeth. The man arre-ted i- amount trau-ferrcelfrom-ink ,. .. Hamni Ttemcr he eli*1 of a e oag-ative oval: 1__ ('(10-
ing fund .......................... .jltl> (MJ( .r.; and 3IcKay the kin,). Th: investigark! and Hlat'
7 Hoa-e, Enterprise? last Tue-day evening. being held for identification, telegram- -- will have -e-ulling; race on the St. John'-: tinued. \Vanlens Scott .1fIlN;

Heart di>ease tau-ed hip deatl having beenint to Chie'ago. Total receipt-............... So.241;: -:; at Jaeksonville, in al oat week.. will I.e tretlfor: inunler: .




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--THE FIFTIETH CONGRESS. as yet. There are many candidates whose !' the sinking fund commissioners held a session t *'

& THE GREAT .JURIST DEAD names come to the minds of everybody at :. DMYX( TO TIIEIi: DEATH. with closed doors and without going 4 I
of the legislature for theSixty4 i '
wednr.; ii I i once. Two who were much spoken of when into the vaults or accounting for any outstanding t"

th Ha -. when there was another 'aeancy-Secretary j ; checks and drafts, the amount of
-Ued. In the !iP.nakIinong the bills introduced I CHIEF JUSTIC: WAITE SUDDENLY Bayard and Attorney General Garland-will A TRESTLE GIVES WAY BENEATH A shortage reached $197,0 X). :

was one by Mr. Sherman to grant arrears ofpensioa I DIES IN WASHINGTON. not expect or desire the appointment. Judge:: GEORGIA PASSENGER TRAIN.T.ntThrt't" There are three bonds in the hands of tho .

in certain cases. The bill for the i I Jackson, Judge Simms, and many others: secretary of state. W. J. Chinn Scott :,

;: who were named then will again be men- Brown. -1V. H. Harl\(('. Isaac Win atp, A. : ;
-- Youngs-o'f' I A Slight Chill Develppes Quickly Into tioned. What is thought to be most probable Killed and Thlrty-Thr Injured W. Mackliu, J. StcxMurd Johnstone D. C. 4 I

Blair reported n providing that in the i Pneumonia, and Creates. a Vacancy In is that Speaker Carlisle will succeed -Cleorge Gould and \\"If.monl; Barrett George W. Robb, S. Black 11. I.., J Jt !

>It- appointment of ex-Confederates to the civil i the Miitreine Court H'uch-E.enh of Chief Justice Waite on the bench of the supreme the inttt'JComplt"te List of the Collins and Beriah McGoftin are the Mgners. 4 I'

service, thae suffering from wound* and I Ills Life-IIU Probable Successor.C'HIEF court" Killed ami Injured.WAYCROSS They are able to pay but it will lit'riluoolYi'm- II
disabilities shall be preferred. It was objected Hon. ,\ H. Barnum, chairman o: the barrass some of them. It is rumored thai ;
Ga.. March )). The Cuban
, : -
I to by Mr. Platt and went over. A i Democratic National committee expresselthe "TiK-le Dick" as Tate is called, has speculated .
.teat bin was introduced and referral for the ad- I opinion that Judge Thurman ought to i tM' fast mail train No. :27, on the Savannah, in xxhisky.Mrs. f

fJrOo mission of Wyoming to the Union. After I appointed to succeed Chief Justice Waite It Florida] & Western, leaving Savannah at 7 Tate is completely prostrated and beliexes '

executive session the senate at 5::lo p. m. ad was probably not quite the thing to discus clerk a. m., went through Hurricane river her husband has met with foul play +

journed. j the matter of succession ssoon after the trestle, one and a half mile east of Black- She will not Ivlijv that lie has misappropriated 1

1Jebe In the house a petition was presented for death, he said, but he thought it would bo shear at 9:30: a. ni. Saturday morning, a d':;" .ir.

the increase of duty on lime to the Canadian wise and a proper thing to appoint Judgu killing twenty-three persons: and also wounding ------ a t
Mr. Grosvenor moved an inquiry into GIGANTIC LUMBER FRAUDS
rate .
thirty-three, including George Gould and
and -- '
i&ed May in printing distributing the
the bill Michigan men are discussing thefiances ,Ic wife President Wilbur of the I.ehih'allt'Y; Perpetrated 1!>' Nou Ilriuiswirkcrt on OjrCO'
pension passed by the senatetendaysago. '
dependent of Posmaster General Dickinson for :
bebe The bill authorizing the issueof r railroad and Gen. Ferrero and wife of New <-9.lll *llt.AuorsTv. .
the appointment. Judge Chip:111:1 says that ,
fractional silver! certificates was passed, : York. The entire tram, consisting of bag- Ga, March 2J.-Gig natie fraud-
:.>., should he be put upon me be'vh he would I
iU after debate-yeas 178: nays G7. A bill suspending 'ofoi '....., make one of the nv">' ":.lliant chief justiceswe gage car, !smoker one day coach. Pullman p"flt'tratPtI[ ujxm the government by certain
the coinage of three dollar and one ; M. i Saxon and the :Minerva iumltermeti ellilhll;ilw ss along:; the New i
;r sleeper
: .' '. .1", have had. It is \-1 to1.. 1)ickinsoli |
er was >asse dollar gold pieces, j p. in. .If s friends that it u i. besa his a-ubition toget of President Wilbur, was a total wreck. '
: 'i 1 duty on the manu:actnl ei product shipped
III the house adjourned. ;r'- # '' : upon the supreme bench at some time.It The only car not broken into splinters was
'. dl ..\ into the United States have l become known t J
"ht-J;ihth Day, i iI is urged that the appointment must go to the Minerva. t
""f.! \ to lumbermen of time K 'nnelxvalley and of
I the sixth district which incltil's )!iC'u.m.i: i
&- executive The trestle Hurricane river is about
In the senate communicationswere of the the state. and at the nsvnt meeting of the !
recei l. The bill to authorize thesecretary I Ohio, Tennessee and Kentucky. Carlisle, eight hundrtd feet in length, and the break Kennebec Log; Driving company energetic F,
Thurman and Dickinson all three in this
d of the treasury to anticipate interest includes four hundred feet at the west end me-isures to prevent any further frauds were i i
laud WASHINGTON, March 20.-Chief Justic-e district.It i
on government was reported.Oa .
the tender and the engine lodging against; the on.
tie reference of Blair's bill to give preference Waite died suddenly Friday morning at (i I Was suggested that Justice Field might abutment. The left tale A prominent lumberman said: yesterdayafternoon ;
be promoted, and a new associate: justice ; baggage car
in civil appointments among disloyal o'clock, at his residence in this city. His death : ap- : "This fraud upon the government a
4d oiated m his place, but a Democratic senator track on the trestle! knocking the structure -
I '
persons to wounded or disabled exConfederates was caused by acute pneumonia and, he died is perpetrated under the law of the UnitedStates a
Itt a level headed politician, ansxvered that I down. It was this car that careened therear '
there was an interesting discussion. It wuieh.es the the '
Itd in the of There operator privilege;
a nurse only. was no
presence "No Justice Field! I
suggestion by saving: and its strain the tender
cars by dragged
went over on the expiration of the morning ; of cutting logs; in the Maine forests driving t t
warning a slight gasping sound that
except ; will not l lie appointed. Not that he lacks the I
hour. The calendar was then taken up and down<< the engine having safely crossed over. them into Ness Brunswick waters, srixving j
J scarcely attracted attention. qualifications for he is eminently fitted in 11
several private bills jtassed. After short I The accident caused New Brunswick
a was probably, l'ya them in mills, ami reshipping -
I Ln Saturday:: Mr. Waite's coachman being all except his age. He is. I understand, miowbeyond
executive session the senate, at .,::*i p. in.wljourn broken truck under the front end of tho baggage them agam into the states free of
,I have car.
retired time within! tIle last two
at I
t In the house a bill was reported to prohibit of his friend, Senator Hurst, and laterto any say a tenth of their logs, in Maine and r
years and x\hile I hop h'3111'1.lin'. and enjoy 1 Had it not IIt.'l'u I for the presence of mind
t tbe :government from purchasing articles his own home. lIe contracts! a slight: Richard Welch much the large bulk in New Brunswick forests,
of Kuuimvr a morehOlTil.l
physical s r.'ngth to serve for to j '
I made by convict labor; also to prohibit the cold, which c-ausod him some annoyance the years fate would have been in store for then manufacture thorn in provincial mill '
come he must give way before a great; while.It .
employment of convict or alien labor on following day, but his, physicians! : assured the and ship the whole through to the states free> mob
xvoul; not do for the Democrats. with the the wound*l. Hurriedly! dispatching>>
public works. The resolution assigning four him there was no danger;: and he! would Ite to appoint a chief justice, to name a engine with a tireman to Blackshear, he of duty. The duty of Scr iOIIO, antI thoexpenses '
days for the consideration of bills from the all right in a da\.ol' two. He remained at power of lumbering: and wires l.eing so : ,
I man who, in the course of nature, must re- an down to the! w.'ock;:, amid with the as-
. labor commUtec was adopted after an exciting home all t'um'"<:' of the porter of the Pullman car much lower than inI'tine:, the Kenneliet

struggle.; Bills extending the eight- ill. By the consent of his physicians I place a man+ there very who can give promise! of i Mreratt:iguWv.1! the lire which hadll.t lumLt'rll1l'lfind" it uphill business \\hen he : I totters
j hour law to letter-turners, and referring he attended Monday's session of the his lumber for sale with this tariff '
I retaining the place for twenty years at l<*n. eight-hour claims to the court of claims, court in the Bill ava'h..1.llt'n w e enter the great market
supreme sitting telephonecase. In opinion the president wit sei'k for a A ss'c'fml ...II.n Blackahear,, Ga. says thatMi's. .
were discussed until .;:1.;; p. in., when the He did not feel able however to read my i walk of Boston anti New York wear met by competition -
I man who possesses the ability an I experience I t. .all"a.! < unable to to the train,
house journal. tho decision and, Justice Blatchford delivered I from the province of Nexv Brunswick
I necessary, but is not an old. man." I nita> cirried to the car. The loss to
1 it.Tuesday. Mr. ,* GouM the wreck will be mail use are obliged to cut prices much
Sixty-Ninth Day. 1 It was suggested as quite probable that the I G-org; by "
In the senate the calendar was then takenup the results: of Monday's exposure. I president wilt select a northern m-in a-s the I -. ', ':11. :\11'.;. Gould lo-.t a ring valued at lower than xve can afford to.

and a uuml-r (If bills iiossctl includingone I' became snore manifest, and his suHVrings appointment 'of a southern man \tend l provoke : 1. I' '. Small toys 1I:10iom: :Sport.

for the lusjR-ctioH of meats for exjHirta- were aggr; ; ivatwl. By advice of his physician I criticism to the elfet-t that the south :" *'t went t o Jacksonville, Fl.i. In an in- CHATTANOOGA Tcnn., March :!.-Samuel

tion; also to allow soldier and sailors who he went t., 1J(.,1. Tho daughter telegraphedfor was being given too much power in the court j I I te-. .e w )[r. Go'iM said: 'Neither myself Houser and Elms Smith two small boys of

have lost both hands, or the use of both C. C. 1i site. at Cincinnati, and Dr. Gor- I I of last resort.Soire I i.or may wife is much injured, but our escape London Tenn, prwuivd some ponder an
bauds, a a'tension of $lh( a month; also for lon and S :' :;on Ruth of tho United States of the friends of Mr. Yilas, the secretary ansa unto" 1'a."" to the Tennessee, river to blow

the construction of a SllW/XM public building Navy were c.'led in. After a consultationIt of the interior, think hat he may ho I Tue followi ig i is a r.'itli..t of the killed: soaiething up yesterday. They placed n u

at Springfield, Mo. Tile house bill authorizing was d" '.
: the president to arrange a conference danger. <, names of ex,Goxeraor Hoadly, for- i c.f Bridgeport: 0. ; W. B. Gieger, of Savannah put a match to it. Smith was blown ten
for arbitration and reciprocal commercial At!jU: ( Friday morning the nurse who \\".'" merly of Ohio, but now of New York, and I : C. A. Fulton master of transportation, feet away and his clothes set on tirtlI :

relations with :\Jt' i.'u. t'...-trnl and South near by, heard a peculiar moan, and hastened that of Ju.lge Jackson, of Tennessee now OH I Brunswick & Western rail way; F. M. Smith, was so badly injurwl that he cannot recover.

America was re-K>rt.it hack. At 5:10 p. m. to the chief justices bedside, where she tho Uniteil States district cju.'t leach, an I I Pullman conductor John! T. liar. of Black-
was assured by Mr. Waite that it was nothing shear: John M. Pate, of Hawkiiisville. (in. General lioulanser'ii Keoulie.
the senate udjouriKii.lu Senator Morgan his: :ils ) been mentioned fOI'I ; ; t
the house tan.;* .CM.Unions wore presented and that he felt quite comfortable. A the place. I 'r'. F. Thompson, of New York; Mrs. G. W.Kelly PI'RIS, March 23.-The Dix Neuvieme M

from tin- l'lttells.i: : ; t Imanl of trade half hour later an alarming gasp again The possible effect of Chief .Tn ti('"* Waite's of Palarki.:;: Fii. : \\". A. E .rim iff. of I Siecle says that Gen. Boulanger, irritated at ,

Jlrott.!'>till .a;;;..I...:t the usag... of tho Mills brought the nurse to the judges si.le. But death upon the telephone cas-s is a subject Culipiibia: M .-. \,. "\. Shaw and daughter I being, placed upon the retired list, has declared !

bill A bill was jiasse.1 to prevent the product death had occurred and the alarm was given. of SOttleeoallnetmt: among busiu:ss men. The '>f Jackson\ii.e. t-',:m : M. A. Wilbur, ton of that he is no longer bound bv military

of convict labor from I being used by The funeral will occur at Toledo, C). fact that the chief justice cast the tleciding E. P. Wilbur, ol iH'thlehem Pa. ; J. II. Hurl- duties, and will associate himself with tilt
Mrs. Waite is in California and was telegraphed but. of Philadelphia.! Pa. : Charles Pear and friends of his propaganda. I
the government, or in public works; also to vote in favor of the Bell people i.i the recent j
prevent the employment of alien labor onl'orernnteet the sad news when it became apparent decision loaves the court standing three to I Coffee Williams, of Valdosta! : Lloyd Daw- La Liberte states that the court of inquiryin

works. The bill to establish a that death was near. His son, C. C. three.: Justice 'tlmiar <1M, not join in the decision on awl Caesar Foster, of Wavcross; Mose the Bonlanger: casa: will meet on Saturday

delis! tUlt.tat 01" labor xvas taken up, and pending Waite, Mrs. C. C. Waite and Miss Mary: I last Monday, because he did not go on Gate, and five U,1knownl"010red men. next, and that it will be impartially consti

uction U:! ai amendment proposed! the Waite were at his side. He recognized: the bench until after the case wassuiiinitted. The follow ing is a revised lUc of th, injured tuted. Gen. Boulanger remains at Cler- 1

house at <;:!."; p. m. a ijouraed.Seventieth everybody and seemed not to suffer. His I Whet the governmiic case shall l ilo submit- : mont.

last words were: "I am feeling easier," and ted. Justice Lamer will lie con.*>eteiit to participate Milton La W.'Cllce.of, Savannah, slightly; The Boulanger protest committee announces tj

1ay.In then turning on his side without assistancehe I ant HS the case is oiiii-le,>l upon a William L. Griffin of Savannah conductor, that the candidacy of Gen. Boil- i

the senate several unimportant bill breathed his last. decision of his rendel'e 1 a. secretary: of the dangerously wounded; J. A. Thompson, editor langer is withdrawn, in tinier to deprive the 5'";

were reported. Mr. inlsbury addressed the Chief Justice Morrison II. Waite was bornat interior, the presumption is that he will be P ope's: Journal, Jacksonville; Charles government of any pretext for the persecution -

senate on the president's tariff message. Mr Lyme, Conn., November 2,), 11(5; graduated likely to hold against the Bell patents. It is Brown, of Savannah, badly hurt: C. D. of the general. '

Cockrell objected. Bills on the calendarwere as an A. B. from Yale in 1S37. After also thought that Justice Gray will not vote HelinboM, traveling agent of Armour &

|..as. etl authorizing the construction of his admission to the bar he removed to Ohio, on account of the connections of his family Company; Miss Laura I..OI"S, of Thomasvilk Victoria onfor Italy.

bridges in varfnis j.iace; providing for a where he practiced successfully in SVvumee with telephone interests. With the court slightly; : George J. Gould and wife. of LONDON, March 23.-The queen left Windsor -

commission on thculcoiiolie trafllc; author- City and Toledo. He was a member of the evenly divided, judging from the recent telephone I! New York slightly: ; Mrs. McClmch, of Philadelphia yesterday for Portsmouth, en route to

izing a conference \\'j;!J Mexico, South and state legislature in 1M9, and one of the arbi- decision, the aupointment to the Vacancy 1IItcl'l1allyIis...; Alice Simpson, of Italy. Her majesty was accompanied by

Central American ;;m''ml.nts at Washington ters of the Geneva tribunal In ISTi: He was on the bench will be a matter of vital New York internally badly; Samuel Ames Prince and Princess Henry of Battenberg.

in INS'; and to reduce president of the Ohio constitutional convention and wife of Providence R, I. Dr.
April, postage onseeds interest to the telephone people. badly: The First Socialist :lever Klectetl.
cuttings, bulb, riK'ts. etc., to one center in 18T3, and January 21, 1874, was I Booth, of New York: E. P. ,Wilbur president i- THE HAGUE March 2\-The Socialist
l+ four oun<'P.. At "i.-2U p. m. the senate appointed by President Grant to his present I "ALL BOSH; A BIG FAKE." of the Lehigh Valley railroad Bethlehem leader, Neiuwenbaus, has been returned to I
adjourned.In position. His course since has been singularly I 1':1.1i Isabella Cox of Bethlehem,
This the
from Schoterland. is
George Mail Talks About the I'ass'.n: parliament
the h<>use bills xvere passed:: to divide the free from political or personal preju- ; Pa, internally; A. G. P.rovie. of Bethlehem first time a Socialist has been elected to the
dice. He declined to serve as one of the I :Missouri Pacific Dividends. p *>
Northern Judicial district of Georgia into I Pa. : A. J. Fairciotli. Waresboro,
two divisions, and for several other legal electorial commission to decide the presiden- JACKSONVILLE, Fit.: March 2 Ii< .-A reporter I Ga : R. Butterfield] of New York ; L. B. Dutch_ parliament. ___ U

changes and reforms The conference reporton tia1 controversy of I*i6. [ asked George Gould if the New York I Mill-mi of Savannah arm lrlk"n and cut
It is singular fact that three death besides j i stones about passing the Missouri Pacific 1 ..... Ul N"O
the urgent deficiency bill was agreed to, a ; OM I','> head; T. B. Th'vmxo.i and wife, ofNow l
the bill appropriating .ri j.>T, traveling 01td sj; p p 54

m. the house adj.turned.NevrntjFlrst. within the past six: months, those of the articles published were all wion.r.; H. said: I : -i:.:entof th" Louisvilli i Nashville rail a o...- 2 y tl

chief justice's nephew his niece, Miss "Of one thing you may rest assured: that res i
Day. Brainard, and a friend, Miss Brcwnell. tho Missouri Pacific will not declare a divi ;i McClinc'.i.! of S.ivariah: : : C. E. Van Vurst. of ..... p E39

In the .senate the presiding officer laid be Senator Edmunds announced the death in dend, no mnttcr how small, unless the road Savannah; _\. C. Hii-lion, of Macon, badly 1"0

fore the sonata n c yv"nication from Mr. the sonata in brief but appropriate remarks. has earned it. We don't make dividends on hurt : John Papy. t>f Fernanilino.: Fla. : Gen,.. c rf 3p B o 18

Justice Miller notifying the senate (hy direction On his motion, the senate adjourned. The I hired money. That is opposed to our policy. I Ferrer. airl (wife. of New York 1,1.11in- O !gOQ IIj

of the supreme court) of the death of I death was also announced in the house, I One thing more I can say. In view of the i .in:' "II : J. Spare i of New irl;:, N. J. ; Walter hrj S W Z Ocd

the chief justice. Se-i Ilt .r Edmund* paid a which adjourned. The supreme court met i serious strike n..w in force on the Chi 'agrI ;: ), : (toot ivear. of Savinu'th; Sim Allen. of Sa- p

tribute to the worth im.l uiv.it career of tho I at 12 o'clock and adjourned immediately on I Burlington and Omaha lines, and the threatened \nmuiii. badiy a 'iireii; Fred Mnynard,
deceased, and 11111".1 appointment of a the formal announcement of the death by extension to all the western and sonth- >I"- York repart'l; "ilhl.t; fro n Utica, ; < 01 0 its
committee live Monitors to attend the Justice Brodley. The remains will be embalmed 1 xxestern system, the Missouri Pacific directorsi 2 CD
N. Y.. ai-l was no: l kil'e 1, In! i. >li.;htly in- : B5 2 CD
funeral. This gas agtevl to. As! a further and sent to Toledo, his old home, for i may consider it policy to provide against thegreat : juiv.l. y LMW pc W

mark of respect the sea-itc adjourned.In i j interment. A committee of the house and :f losses w'.acli a general strikxvoiill : Somme of the de-s 1 h ,ive IKH .I sent to their + cJ

the house: The sn'.iker laid before the senate has been appointed to a..omp.Uly the entail. At any rate this question willl'ome ; former h J:1l'S. :a t 10' i :'. n' .1 I I II. embalmed KCT- .-3. 1"0 I

house the annouucemeut from th! ? supreme !' remains" up at the next meeting of the Ie'a:-rL" and sent. 'i\ie sv\e.vly woii-L: I are at WayCfOs CTtf P w'i )

court of the death: of tie! chief justice. E. 1! The speaker appointed the following memo i I In reply to the inquiry wheth he himself! -:. W 8 & < rf

B. Taylor after a brief eulogy; offered appropriate hers a committee to join with the committeeof was a member of the Missouri 1'tl' 1L. jard ------ < s resolutions which make concerning ', Gwiiild said he and TATE'S D' F.\CA TIO\J.; !-.. O CDg .A... .-+
were adopted, the senate to arrangements of illroctois; JI" wa HCD
and at !:!::!.*. the house :adjourned: an additional 1 ; the funeral of the chief justice: Messrs. '' fiat! the meeting referred to, was held \\ }\\' lie AVa. Int.tested In the tradition: g CD m)

mark of reesMrt.AUSTRALIAN: i Kelly Reney, irosvenor, Breckenridge,| of ThiTsday. lie took the printed sip: 1 Ie':>t' -Hi* IU1\-"I1I'.n.FILNKF.e CD g y sLg5s
Stewart of Vermont ; Carlton, hand and In ke.l Ul S
from tho
Kentucky; reporter's again )
K*'.. March :2 J. Like the falling
RABBITS.An Russell. hj0 CO .
Cannon Anderson and very much amused when he came" t.the c+ CD
-- : of a t.tunccmK.lt from aclearsky was >
.American Flan to Exterminate the The Ohio delegations in congress, both i! allegation that he, George had a pirtner in the im'U ivittej.t m'.itto the general assen.Mv t O fl,
Democratic and Republican met at the cap- the jx'i'son of "Eddie" a s'he.lle for sc,ming W. Tate ofstate p:> CD N co +
Pest ui.il :Secure the Kewanl. tiri: James treasurer 03
itol in the afternoon and appointed a committee short of his fathf'r'stock.. Takin ; his "
NEW YORK March 26.-Eugt'neI..ynn .Late x> hose twenty years record < H5.S l
Spotts, of this city left for Australia yesterday to draft resolutions on the death of I>encil from his pocket he wrote upon the" I has U'ci ai''s/i.utely; spotless, had pone wrong, ..... t4

morning via Chicago and San Francisco.He i the chief justice. margin opposite it: ''All bosh: a big fake 1 leaving li.s bond-inpn to settle for >W7JJuriillal" ( c+ g |
1 The shock to the community by the sudden and then tr.d"d: it back to his visitor with
the commonweath of
took with him rabbits inoecu- lie'onginr; TO
thirty-six death of Chief Justice; Waite has hardly the remark: "That stuff is way off.: Then knot Rtd 8 I
lated with an unerringly fatal and contagious Kei.tr.c '. ;non Duelling the illgotten wealth (JQ
1 been felt throughout the city before speculation : the slightest; truth in it. It is the worst of his nle 1,1: .:.... a I.IJ
commission i
rabbit disease He on a p
goes begins: as to who will be his siiccesorftn kind of a fake. I dorm know anything rf Hi
from the premier of New South Wales in the Thei- ii .\ -. of CO-.M-J '. keen from time to O S&.g
the ipreme court bench. about it ; hover heard of it heron that ail not right in the O ...
time iitiuiariois was 4 .
hope of being able to exterminate the rabbits 1 J .. ...1 P SRQ .
there, which have become such a pest that state trt'tL"UOLut: they were regarded 1 P

the po\eminent has offered a reward of as political slurai.d! nnthmg;: has been r'en fJ ..-
"J250OAI: for their extermination. The millions f \i' / Foreign Notes. done. I P P $
\\ _&. Thaws have caused serious floods in the P
W. O. made his
of them the L."tt11lUa1t'l' Bradley ""
which are now devastating;: ----"
field have: all come from our ancestors takento l: t Ebro, Douro and Tagus valleys.A ::. campaign on th idea that franl1were goingon. \ O S n.I .j t-p.',

that country from England; in 1St'11". snow storm has passed over northern l.ut'uis uith;..nantlv opposed the other I I 0

Spotts "ill top in Chicago to meet some 4 R -' 'j. Spain, in which many peasants have per sitl-. t

!friend from St. Louis, of which city: he is a ( rcT c-- ished. Oa January 1. lsv!>. the auditor found the !! For Sale Cheap

natixe. Ht is booked to sail from S.m Francisco The house of commons *'fu ed to order state accounts balance-1 to a cent. ,

t>a the:' th inst.I'ight (7T'v t\ Parnell's arrear of rent bill to a second reading On Janun.-y 1. 1-.e. when the auditor''A BEARING ORANGE GROVE
;; -yeas, 242: nays 32 again u.1-,1 for taw bo >:ks he was put off ,
: ;, to >\\ lug on One DH.V.VAV.NKK. but the clerk detailed to
The inundations in Hungary; continue to with a u excuse, assist
V v Ts-Wv .J.-o. /
> > At Mims Station.
Ark., March Hammet Wells increase. Numerous houses have been in straightening: toe accounts<< found

%ra% tnsiini guilty of murder and sentenced j wrecked and many persons and cattle nothing (" 'ookt. l. Oa last Thursday Mr. 'Ph //. ./. T. .v 1II'. 1"il,".,,, l''r. .11il. .

to kf hanged April :!i. This makes eigh: JiiiticrcR >ICE V'V.. V-C drowned. Tate had a talk with Senator Wright and /,11I 1msosIl.pss .
luuriieivis who will be hanged on the date > asked him about the extraelitiontreoah'
A flood in the river Odor has necessitatedthe casually Tnt-- and 2",5r 1-'tn.'Crt'-.
/ \ : lk'aring .
nuut"\i d m this state. The other seven will b* between the United States' and Can- : 1.
removal of the from the fortress at .... ,
X l'utt.\I at Fort Smith ( \ guns set out abttiit .I VI. .. The jrn Vf 'u\"t-f\ot .
of all factories. ada. The senator gave him all the necessary
Kustrin and the closing acres. :Stlit.nt: ; land surrounding th.-

hot Him l.y ;JlistuUe.LITTLE Heavy snow storms (continue interrupting information on the subject, and dismissed is grove to make up :!IJ acre will I,.. *.M, j
from his mind without serious thought.He .
HOCK. Ark., :'I1:1n.'hI.ROm.111 railway traffic. last seen at the any Louisville hotel lime :rove: is xvt-11 iVnctnl and tlitr- iixvellinif It l
Barnes, a Advices from Bagdad say that the Hama- was isomexxliat out of repair tin
young; farm-r. was assassinated O yTit 'STtr He had promised to be in ( : : : : on
,; 11 morning.
> Friday
Monday night; near Dover, Ark.. being shot b> vend nomadics have raided the district and not place. Itight on the railway ; less than {
Frankfort Saturday. appearing
from amlu..h. \\ .t'thll..laJetfl.'l"sOll Mats THE SUPREME COURT AS {'.VAS. around that city: burning;, antI pillaging Hewitt, became and mile from ilelut] stores, |>4+st-c'llireexprr+
Mr. suspicious a hurrietl
t.hewsa... arrested suspicion. He madea The Star commenting upon the matter many villages and murdering many Kurdish examination of the books revealed a shortage oflice, etc. This grove will Is- IIt,1 veryciicapKxithin
conft.a..iun. stating that he shot Barnes says: "Politically a man of another party (vasants. The porte has dispatched Ismail He the next ''>O ihivs.Kolibins .
of i$125,000. immediately reportedTate
wuis.through mistake thinking; be was John Will- will go upon the bench to till the vacancy.As Pasha to the scence of the trou .le. : to lie a defaulter. Yesterday morning .\I ltl,)' Co VTHE : (.rnlmlll.iT .
a uotoi luu.s character. to it will bo there is but httL- speculation

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NEWS IN A NUTSHELL I.. Wednesday. Sh-i Alf Ray, of Palmyra, has : In Brief, And To the Point. CARD .

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started for Canton amid Markle's: chances for Dyspepsia is dreadful. Disordered: ------GINcr t iJdef

rreh, frivt Olf tiling: of Itfot'ent Xotecrortiiv term in the Missouri .\. :
long are
a penitentiary : liver is misery. Indigestion! is a foe to. L f
and 1-wt'at". exceeding S. H.
Naprru'ns: : gooiL good nature. RAY .

Fresh !'wlitinl troable is threatened in Dr. (1PIIe W. Cox United State pensionexaminer The human digestive apparatus is one ATFHT-LAf: AND MARY PUBLIC. fJi'flIf
hu.t'J :1.t at Springfield: Mo., was guilty oft of the mo-t complicated and wonderful \"

lm5 date }kill:.l two miners at Stone fleni.shrnne.. \\'...ine-day. His victim is things in ('xi-tenl'(,. It i is easily put out Rock Ledge. Florida.
_ i
.: "V. VH. Erii' Kills, au aUmdoned women of SLLonio. --
to .. with whom Fenton of theloctor. of order. .\ )kl'UOHY. I Successor to J. C. Norwood and a: "
". irrr Harri.Qn"a.i killed by au Cox. a son Greasy food tough food sloppy food J. Co..
had lome madly infatuated. The
es.trame. ).
r Joclor entmr'rl I IJPI : bad cookery, mental worry, late hour, I .\.'
to tit. Louis
,... by meansui ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
i ::t .Ccan: nl'J.r.ti'! iA c nwen- ,
1 a .-tit.ous telegram J hurried her into a irregular; habits, and many other things: TI7USV1LLE. FLA.Son' Ip'i
onU: gas lay
i back and all a" mil'; ;t bottle of sulphuric acid which ought not to be, have made the Miami, Dade County, Florida ; (1#
.tti-ii Srl :ant. a youir; Chicago mer-
from hi< j ijc:'et, poured the contents over American people a nation of dyspeptics.lint i t fl
:!llut. ." itytertowly l1liiIJ Taxes for nonre5dentpaid.. Titleexamined -
the unfortunate woman's fact, neck and Grr'cn'ou u4 Flower hadone :, I
\! .. Uanr fatally! burned by and Abstracts furni-hed having DojAmt
:; iurlev was ,
,houldei. The doctor surrendered to the a wonderful work in reforming this: ;
fcrt !r;a grate, at Newark, OJ ', ; jn-t completed an Abstract of the
-b r1tf. and lynching is threatened. Tha business and making theHlerie:111' it
Pitterscn aei iixty tell into Mills cordof Dade .
wom ui s eyes are eaten out. peopleo healthy that they can enjoy
-f01. t: :;4mtri'lse. 0. and: airovn?l. --- -- .-.-- ----- -- ..
their meals and be
) happy. GAULlYKN.
A -Ticket jf dirt feli. ou iwo miiit'is in a L. hl
WHAT THEY WEAR. Remember :-No happiues.vithnut
s'aatt at Gieuwool. Pa. nutattt.) killing; Merchandise
health. Emit G rein'Augut Flower IPtvJ
.4.OJ.iJr4 is the latch French -otar.. ,
Apple green bring- health and happiiu to the dys
tile Lie* at sinking
i ry: up
; the oi Prophecy says that yellow will !*' the most: peptic. A-k your dniggi-t: for a bottle. Titn-villf. Fl..r tlI.
pin;.. O, Aryjckms things to extent
fashionable color this spring. :;:e\'l'11 ty-the cent.
vcUCI1r TONi E,< iS: WILLIAMS. k'f4
ire 'i-aii twenty tsaigt of .*.>.al ha'l The pretty called Xvaiiolitiui silk STORE.

; **fi _uu: m the Uiiij rtvr at HrOWlis crepalmes are\ery popularly worn for dau.in ...'- Geo. B. t

''i4And.31da. ; toilet.- Rll111.ph. i: torn:j !:-a-4a vi". ..'T'lIll"

.? nvtn. wb1l limiting ar Cliatta- The new elegant and exixniveash: nb- A rn.i. LINE .1' Tititsville. Florida.; .

.t4.--a: IVmi. war killed by the burning ofFrwm Lon are made into liehus that cover the - .-- - ..

tua tun waist and shoulders almt entirely. GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS. ). M. RnlUJIN-.

all points of D:ikott offerof aid are Jaunty co-tunics imi>orted for the first GEt I }lmrm'IN.-t. ito kp ts.un

-lii m..t.. ti suiTereis from for izz.inl inK ,
= o warm lays are of Jsuede colored: home-pun ATTORNEYATLAW.Tirfsvii.Li ,

lIP"Iht. or of canvas, with a lull skirt and an outside FIA.H. fit

.*.,t""Mi I ticket.on. oldest pioneer of Jackw coat. :. ,
Pirst Class
louutv. Ohio, died Weiu-s.la\', a<;-d StockNOTIONS
Cloth jackets imported for early spring I tlRESS'5HIRTS '' ATKINH I : )N.

nty-iljr 'ms. days are of plain plaid or striiied cloths in \
NV ark. 0 i astounded at tho sudden
colors than for
higher are u-ually worn
.t*"' riire of George \\ Schultz::: a merchant, wraps. JUSTICE OF THE PEACE -. ..'- brat

fOr th. west I I Ir Striped wool jerseys with sailor blouse For the Second Justice District J of Hiv-
The Cincinnati base ball team thojnn ,
won front, fitted back, and deep sailor collar are \ :\tnll'ount\; '"urt days, third} :Monday
with the J.'ort"orth., Tex. Thursilay
for outlrartly ol each month.
pretty neglige; corsages; wearing
liy a >"or"rlf1to4U,1

Potts. bU clerk of the Louisville & worn skirts. tbrr
ti1lAV. .
: Long; raglans for traveling cloaks are made S F. GROCERIES
;N .1ivii] railroad, was killed by cars at .
of and cheviots and -
.11II1C"t.iolJ.City, KyJ :I striped plaid home-pun

.. : serges; of very rough; surface in bray, tobacco \Vatchiaker! and Jeweller. ] p
i hti Ilorr, a Chicago bar tender, at. !, brown and copper colors.Some ,

h>mpt J ..uicicle by poisoning on account of a .tf.1. \\*< IIK w\m\\TH.Sh"I : (
of the elaborate French gloves are
dknpl| ointment in love.It I
embroidered on the kicks with gold or silver PND at .).,! I' l.a.u'.ll.u Story, Tnn"\II1.'. ; la n.
reported that James G. Dlaim will not
: thread in designs of flour de lis anti sometimes LINEN. DRY GOODS
return to America until after the Kepublii 11'
a: v. HONKKIS.
: :<
National convention.Six with the monogram; of the wearer. croztAR5 &c 3r : Q.IOK: .:

persons were poisoned by eating head i Most of the spring; jerseys have the sleeves I II

f' o b..tee at Bloomington 111., four of whomare : slightly; full at the wristband and some are Justice of the Peace and Surveyor.Can I

lying at the point of death. I tucked at top and bottom while others are ,..
shirred around match the slurred of furni-li the liiirhf-t tetinionialtrom ;
P.'rt.r"orkman, a witness in court at {I to yoke a siiieorieneral ot l iKota a.. eoimH.teiiras t:

:\Iille bul"'';. 0., became suddenly insa-? and ; the bolice. ItTi19lt'f BSMST'S ,, t". :s. DKl't'l'V: :sfUVlADU !

# tried to kill those around him. j Cashmeres in the grayish green ic-oda public lantJ-. Term-tor r.eMvoik..platting i 1 .
} nil land calculationjnr: ; Ilanr. any
Mrs Elizabeth' : Stevenson, of Urbana, 0., shades, made tip with darker green ca-hmere, I resli OardcMi Seeds ant part ot a il.iy anal cxpenepaid. 1I I JIt'IIS. Lailies" A: (C'Jliltlr.'u r

has been sued fur $5,000 damages for slander. J or else drajn-dover the c pper red Uengaline; I W'ANKLAND:' FI.ol:1IH. i a

> Arnold Pickerell is the plaintiff are prepared for afternoon toilets for theearly : Sold at Philadelphia Retail Price-. Will ,

: spring months.On makepedal older- and .priceto JOHNSON ('Ul'K i r rr.
Dallas Yaruell was killed instantly by an ''T.

engine of a freight i train while attempting to I the new bonnets all the trimmings are : parties vaulting-eel SaOES.: :

cross the track at Cambridge, 0 ; lowered though they are by no meats Hat. in hull Justice of the Peace.

CoL Godlove O. Behm, one of the oldest I But the towering jointed bows of last year Geo. B. Rumph. i

members of the Lafayette, Ind., bar., died I have given place to soft, wide loops, put on And \otarvPuhlicStateatLarge.l'uurtbuyItSat

1ti edne-day after a protracted illness. to give a broader effect. U'! Titu-ville, Fla. : rdayof month. l.alrlmgeFlu.
; -
c The senate committee on education and Double breasted corsages are l('Comingtoo T> li. ITrill'HFIELI! .

labor ha* reported a bill to giv letter carriers long for slender figures, as they have the effect .

the benefit of the 6J J.t-bour law of making them appear shorter in the PORTER & POTTER k

The j t'natt"ommittt"e on education and I waist. Irregular arrangements are preferredfor COUNTY SURVEYOR. I
double breasted bodices. I
labor hat reported| a bill to give letter car- ,

tiers the 1 iKMiflit of the eijjbty-hour law. .\ new idea for bridemaids is the use of Real Estate Dealers Orderby I mail will receive as. prompt
attention callin .
Catherine :Macdonald a noted famale char- very fine, soft, cream velveteen, trimmed ,I :a- peron.Add i

xeter at Philadelphia, was burnfid to death with otter. The skirt falls in easy, graceful re:--, : Gcorgiana; Fli.
in her apallfllt'lIt"i. on LonibarJ street. folds and the material is soft as doeskin. Lake YloHli. Hadc' ('0., :'!a. .

: Dantel Italian, a prominent farmer living The bodices are arranged so that tLe fur Lake "'..rn.. n! >tiil.ti- tu! tuo.t tKipi! nipi ,'t otthf A HEW&USEFUL[ DIGRESSION.

{ near lleuxei dam O., was found dead in his crosses m front. M.itiIt 1'..- p.uli. 1 uiili ti,e (. eau I,i..it-li, 1" i CLOTHING
::J nnl- i"n_''. ot an iI\". ra..; wltltb..t one null- i-
rornn Mlarks on his head point to foul A novelty is the Tosca mantle made very oolintt.,1 willi tlie .......in ly all IIII.-t. ainl 1n..>.

1, play.Wiles short in the back but \'er'long in front, and wlserro. ". tlr.-! .-.
Matthews, one of the Bald Knobliers almost covered with lace and jet; this is Hie ni>liliii: Jim liiiiitll:? 1111..1 >>- t flifd. |'oiii- M.lttd Wrffe. -It..el'r. tti- a ci.liij.Je*. line "l t',mi-' '
blur nli.ea trout luriamta.Ii'- -i.hi. and rde t'uarritarette. 'lo-I I
I'ano. il> Medu-in a tine :: ot : <<
who killed Edens and Green a year ago. was worn with the Tosca hat, with long, projecting title.i. lint- h-i 1.. in;.' PJtily] i.nu'lil tij" tniihiii or iMccoatid l'1pPs ; a oollectuni of Kam-y txxxl.. 'l'<>>s. i|

convicted at Ozark Mo., of murder in the front of brim, short, close back and nodding \\ula .. lit t, r >.-r and wilt turkey artj Iciititnl in Notion* and I'lorida Curiosities; a ..0.,1 rt-Kk ot.stationer
first degie ostrich plumes. the I'llie. \\wutMiR li"and the Pliant ot tit'ell. water I > and au si.rimnt of Caudand Confectioner (:'cut's Fiirnishiii!: (:i'ooil)( ,

ljk.< hih lie \\.-..t ui Lake AVuii!.. ];< autitiil iloanut <>- *': :fe>' ".orpocktt and table Ttitlery I1n'-
Edward Uoettelle, of Cincinnati fell under Braiding has by no means had its clay of KH\"e- a1in bt-arni,? all aIm,',; the shoes t ttl. leg di-!plan ed the aisle at luN.-\\ 5ture, \\':iliinttoii -

i a freight train at Knightsville, Ind., and had favor as a trimming on jackets, and is done .>- l..kc. 3lJlllllia\.I', iiuiiu<>e-. sap.f'ihos: ; alligator .\11"1.. Tltn-vilh', jou are reet-t- I

both hand crushed, one of which had to be with both metal and moLair braids, some of 1'.r.-. .nH; ;11'1.\(.... sj'.uii-h IIID-", .Tanuii ai'l'l- .*. full} united to call and examine the "aliiitot.all.!> I .\1..'t >
tatiiiirintlx. cotter, ; 4ii,..t>err> lures inauiuee apples] | >our-elf as to i>rice and <|ii.tlitwhether jIMI boy I
Amputated which are flat and others tubular, while the maiiitice caitita-. almond. dates., tij:;*, r-ranires.: or nut WVTCH IM'\IIIN> .\ SIMI"I\LTY.: I II
Capt. H.unuelHowarJ. oae of tho oldest twisted cords of silk or of metal are Used inmost lnuef. "'mlll..., 'ar"11 anti all kinds of troj.ical trmtx Latest approved' Intruuieutand Tooland U'

and best known citizens of Hancock county, : elaborate designs, hitherto dune only in AI,d tl"\>er, are 'li'inj finely liere. limos l< th' nicst I. ,r'ears' l.ractu-al c\| er- in the "&..Id. and iexlr I
.-"..to'tll j irt <.! Ii srldm lit-uiu: Ira n.llt .j-t tot ti>eluli hu.lu"" I .hail cjur. no iMi'i-takii g to |ilea>e ato CROCKERY GLASSWARE\
died at Findlay 0. Wednesday night agedjventyfour soutache braid. .
; :.ltudf ot Jark"lillle. 'this buns tlie (ielfs artMeh and prices or li" | airim. .. and ll"l'ITO ,
years. The stylish coats of smooth faced cloths fnr : :rearm in-.ii.it.> the land here than at an' other '''lilTll; .n.%nr..1 l..t'n I'\Tl."N 'H' .
i The cattle trust of Denver has closed lint ol theit. .nid tliu ui>uie.. the mo;t even I '
: a dressy occasions come in copper colors. in tho 11'. ( ( UK.\\XI\(-. i iO'l'I'I'
the 1'isited
temp*'raturof am plat e in state \
contract with the French government to new green shades, in tobacco brow,-, Suede lardy a"I'a.e iput in iaulii trm k e\et\ wni'er. -

supply the French army with 150,000 head of : color the odd blues with green tuts, and in trmn I.IMI' to .mI; .,.,)( l.li.hrlof tasty titiuatrie l..-. :. HARDWARE

l*.ef cattle annually. i bright red shades, while the rougher:: homespun mi." grown e\eiy :n'lr. whirl brintroni 5.1.50 to I.ANIOFFII'iat GainesvilbFla.: .. I I ,
lJlllih.1.1 100.1 hotm-l'. and
:' '.1.10 per Stores l O-t-
Frederick Kchmitt, a farmer: near Evaiis- jackets are in :stripes or bars or melanges S ,'ti.IU" 1..1\.111..1. Lot ot all .12r-aril j.ruesonred February iUth! l.<0\\....'. j

yule hut has become insane from grief over of two or three of color-together.<< -.- hy the alx>ve fires \\holme; almost all f>t .
I. Notice hereby { that the follow !
the foul murder: of his daughter, which occurred the best l land toll.. 1 armies bin wg now will 11l a gye11 ..ANIrL
a short time A pretty dcmi-saison gown; La-white and lioit tune, more than double tlif i>nrdii-e money. ing-named} settler has tiled notice ot his L

ao.; brown checkedkirt-, the -econ 1 skirt looped L''ts laiiye iroiu "i I.. 10 acres all Irimtint on Lake : intention to make final proof in support I
( George n. Hill, who recently skipped out i Worth l'ri.-t.. tioiu s.I, to :::: III1 all ai-re Ai joini ,
up, made:: of brow silk the brown silk Imdice. ot idleli11l.tt111} that :ooail1l'ro..1' will !I.e ,
from New Orleans with $10,000 of the Dia : '.\ "liini: fiutl.er Ilih.t muatiuh elulot-e .lalliI' t.. the ,
with loose frontsojn'iied over a white watste abuse firm made( bet'oie A.'t. Stewart. Clerk of ,

inond Watch company'money, has been arrested in Santa Fe N. M -
bror.-n: felt hat, turned ui on outide, line 1 CAT I RRH s MfLL 'r1EATMES'r: : ApiilJlt.) !.*..:-. \i/. : William Hin..le.i : .

i Dr. Arthur O. Hose, a young dentist oft i with veln.tanl trimmed with tufts of brown 1\ We. mail enough. 77.J to Unud<.1111. .nnr. :. t Mieco. Florida. II. E. I'.filttl.;( fur the I!
J' l.n'I.
:Mount: his Mine s URA'I( & C'> .typoeaark. ,
Auburn Cincinnati cut throat I and white feathers. \ '. -1. Ants: ,I awl:* section .. towit.-hip :;<11 .-oiith.ranie ;
with 1\ pocket knife while laboring under i .
--- :; ea-t. i! --
mental aberration. Ho will recover. ; ( : -MI l a,1 lt4> \Kl tor .1: IrList''tint.; He ;
) the lollowbi uftney-e-!
$65II' names
The damage suit of Allen O. Myers against THREE QUEER SIGNS. ) : ,' Li.i.. in eanc f..uht>. 1'. W. ZItci I I
1, I.I-.K \ s ,1..1'., r..i: .,. !1 //la.; 1M. )lro\"(' hi- (' )htimn45uresirlemee upon.
the pro-miti r of Franklyn (county Ohio, --- and enltiv.itioii tlf :-ahllautl.l \i/ : ( ha-... i 1 Tht-sc willlH1w main f.atun. ..i lilY
Iuus been dismis.e.l on atxi.mt of the pliintifl. It is said that a t a railroad inin;/ near ,
II. )l. llvaiis.: .!">.'pli Paine. JosephA1'illianromm
." failure Iodep0i.itsei'iinty for t-Ofts. the de| ot it A all of Micco. Fla. ; and I l.UMm-.ss, hut ortle scut nor h..riuy
Michael Dulty, ninety-four years of age, with thewords: "Prejiaiv to meet tin' BALSAM AI'i11iamn.larvi-.45t'I'45cna. Fla.!

and a veteran of the war of 151 ti, recentlywalked God." :'_' thops'pularfavnrmtefurstressingthe I thing kt'pt in ,store in Titus
LJU1Utuiiii;: c.. i'>r when I'J'; >. C. TITI\.U:. Ke: i"tc'r.UI.Hi"r.S any
to Zan>.ville. (>? a distance "f tnelvemiles A link 10 by 1U shanty in Hot Sprints:: i. gray uiij i.ri'\euung' (: l>..mdrutr.It .

to have his |H.'U-IOU voucher executed. Ark., liears this sign: "TeMnvw lit':-t..u. : i: ir: -s the i, i.:>, ,-t ,. > the I dUe will promptly fill ml.I !.
Lair 1.1.IH.T, ati'li-Mi tojilca I II. o. :- 'stLE:.
At Young tov\u, 0., judgment> ;'iveti rant l"'UllOH1)-UiJlIl Day roll Ni !:.t-u m.. T e ." as.'i Ci ..sat l"ugada.
"" I l..ler ai.d t.l1Ii""t'. alt r\.s ition: 1-lo1h.I.tlt I
;, against the New York. Pennsylvania t1! Ohio UTsuud I'.s''uu. .. II
"itie ('rr111t.eUHrt 1..1' ti! Ttii .II.1..al rj-i-uii I
railroad for the .um of >?,-III foi the acd- A hottl in Ness City has c*'i.sjii-i"i-:- :\' HINDERCORNS. ".I I .'s uda. "1"11.1 )11.111".1.1 r..c'a' ,e>l in the nirt ---
dental killing 1 Ft. ;p tor i' rl.a t" I
Morrison. lows: "\11\ tt.'lukl.!'N'; ,wl o c.iL: a .'a H .i to cure. lj cent.at .I'rujjjjjits. Ji:, tu* & Co., \. Y. '
wherein William I
__ : smid1'Ircmut t otirt : Vaderswaspdmt.tsif
Natural gas escaping; front a leaky pipe r''-'::'.a swvt: IIr.1"i i il.: ,t a cuiI'I'; .r. < / :, I : alii Min t'ss *..I.idA- elelnai.t.. I i I'Hill Fruits Chickens

"au-:ed an explosion in the rt"1'hlc'ul't'.It I .....iu' .uhv-.a narror l':,:1 Gut t-:,;i' in I. .' i..I';>. :.j' d 1:1': .oj, a:,d tt :11 ,,11: at i..sm t.la' ...ut.to buy Eggs, ,

James P. Fn-eman, at Tole io, 0., de.tioyiiv;, house and will liud til ciimit: healthier-:',,.IEIORY t'ie! .hi'"nrt;'he-t il.i.ise and l d.-or...-t hll.h'r.mum lituiUe.foias.h.. in. Kud in front,'onllt\ott.e I i I

the interior of the house and badly burning: tiwr tasl." "II the mu a Mniiia: Hi Aj.ril .the value beiui the 1

1, some' of the inmates -- -'!..I lay tl.ereol: ,. .\. 10.. Is"". the foil.. mu |.n.|Hr :; Or any Country Pn.,lucc may cii>t"r-:
Porter Workman Greatly Ilxcitcd. -MAKESUCCESS- 1\. t"."ttAll that Ifli of land in -aid t''UItof.
a witness in a robberycase .
at Miller.burg, 0., became Not a few caf the.". citienof: Indian Lr-\ard d ->>criljed at<>>l""' or f rig-nl I* may brim l '-'
suddenly in- I ron.mei.oinu a i"'ct or corner -S-'tWrliainii .
; isine and attempted. to take the life of a I't"oo- River have recently become jrreatly t.\- $ i.oitiottte -. uthta-t f.trner s.t I..t.t. section .';'.

'' taurant keejier. lie a':t-> secured by otlieers citcilor the :astoutuln r factthat :ivcral 1"WII"IIII'::: ,.,situ '.1 lati.e ...; ,east thence west to I tn raalket.i .

and taken to his home. of their friendwho had l been Mnouncc'l ., 1 iniik oi Ind'.tn !:I'.r. tl.enotuortii atu'.g batik otaid
L -t \ k
J ; n i : i -: .
'i \ > :: ; \ \..1" :. rl.r.1)0"> t-h.iin t..I..1 or <'mo..r. ih ncea -
: ; ,
l : incural! '. f : : : .I-- ] ,t. .' : ,. ..., ." I
)Us..1nr..uCt> Phillips ?:1\-ebirtb to a child hy tII.hy..ician. a- ,. tJ.J <'hamto .t or orUT, then' a noiith
; I" i 1.J .... I' '! .. _. ,' I
l'i at I' i. ;t r i i- ;1" -it -
ia a field near Shelbyville. Ind., and to Li.lGer and h.'voml all hope--utlerin;_ with that i I'lillt.' la Lawi..,.. .itat 'I.tit, U eilr-) -\ ulrr.'at' < 1-V I'K> cl :nt" I.t tl."are west to place .if ..t.lQ.UtIll'.m..ut.
es'htail! u a.'re.. bi<>r" or less. And
shame tramped it to death and covered dreaded mon-ttr Coii-unij'tion-have 1'ln- r-ti ,'t '. mu.1 \11: 'hm.sum;; lii\.--iti at.... lot number t.x.r 4i.\ of euion ieiyht.. towu- II II I

it over with brush. &'.liea> anv te'l and l been coni|'letely cured by Dr. Kill;!'- 11 T') n au. for!ai.<.>sfnf-t.;11.! a., A.I HOI'I"a.. 1 n'ord! b\ lIl'rl.J.J: 4. nth I'i. p.( -hltlIMa.. > ....-,-. -""111 rime 4"> jmtv eawtnta.iuujr I I I ask for a share ot the public ,':Itrllll'
placed in jail to await il1ve.tJatiol. <'< : to-tjr 4t c. a''rem'.re'.r lew-" xcept 1:0 ,
an New Di-eovery fur consumption, the only Ia:SJ\MI>. .'i:djre iil son. IJ'. i.oE.:. H e''' i:, .. I
n\e acres of fl. -"tl. 1 art ot sad II t. deeded l.j
The Kentucky legislative committee to investigate remedy that doejHiitivcly cure all Pt la.-il'at N. l't..t... NI r.iial. college \r, lvre.-tl\! said i le\.eland to the \t"I.th'; Coast >r. John andInduo age, and rome as a *ui.pIU-ant. lI't a

f all.iiiin Rowan county<< Iris des throat and lunsr disi-a-c*. eoUZli., cold-. tail;: .t }i\ .1'1',1,1.1.' ism. 1'1" -| "tll:" pi Jn K Uner Uailna. > Co. 011 the *.::rd ,i; y..r January -

Cidt-d to farts the a'!.,)!ition of the countyorganization asthma and bronchitiTrial Itottletree tr_m 1'lIOr lOI-KTTr.. 2.7: Fith'.vs.r'\ Yorh A I' l" .*ul al.,)the west hail 'W. i, of l.itoi.e .. I I dictator. ::*kiu for your fax-r--
-- --- --" --- ---
h -- and two ((1 :..ndJi '>t IItdi"1lt... and wet half
the t.'rril.ry to revert back to at all drug -tore- in Titu-ville and on ,.t lot ii. two quarter if st'ctiol1 34, all in to\rn.bip po.1

its origuial jUI" ..lh'Ii COn1lJany'sEXTRACT
butt} counties protect.At : ---- Liebig '.r lesbeint the i-anie Und deeded to aid ClevesLila
the entertainment of the Toledo Pre. U..UCIh'r Youth.Mr by Timoti.>' t' i,&je on the 1"tli day of Jauu.ar t good and low figure- i i'
>', \ I'., 1"'*"). and re.-i>r.Ud in ti.. office nf time
club Wt'dnl..tit night: every seat was sold -. I'lKobe l'h..lePeter..em.. ClayCo. I lerk of the Circuit Court on the i:tb day of A'I. : the candidatfr

Ivfore the doors ojwiifd. ExPresidentHayes .. Iowa tell. the following remarkabletory of! MEAT! :.:u,.t A. l).,1 "o.

,d ; made the opening address and Father the truth of which i vouched l>r j. i: RovniAS..sheriff in-vard. Co. : l.ttb ic tat IlL

O'Reilly spoke on "Ireland and the Irish." lathe residents of the town : "I am 73years MlXCB S ;"SF.tI.

The celebrated Toledo cadets performe. old have Wen troubled with kidney INVALUABLE Foil DY>Piii-IA. Himtiitvoi.it.. r. i tlu-u I'm

The authorities of Pike county, Ohio are complaint and lamene... for many March. :. I-""*. 4"'.U.
---- ---- -- -- -- Nkctetl.Your .
I after clergymen: who solemnize marriages yearscould not dre- my-ell without Aii Efficient Tonic for s.Ilstaltalleoiis ,
without having obtained a license to do so. r
help. Now I am free from all pain and !
A warrant has l een iv>ned for Rev. John ,,-. .\I1IW'U" t.on..nl.Itre: hereby notified that.
soreness, and am able to do all my own week will II"... Minor .
Carrett, sit the l'bnOtian Union denomina Beef Tea >>ix alter date, I apply to S.Joiif ansiou.s to pica--
homework. I owe 111thnk to Electric .*. County Judge tion. His | him i% in the southirn part of lorletteibof adrumUtration. ,'.. b R'* HAN of the
the county. hitters for having; renewed my youth'', 'Also {.T fliToiia? :"I'UI's. .sjun-es; and Made Di=lies. ; tl'tateof Mills, O. DurtLam. late of end unty.deceanl II I
removed completely all di,ea-e: and pain. I iiEN'tlNVonl: > with Baron Lieln/. Signature;: iu : .
Jerome C )Markle well known crook RaY.
Try a bottle, ;.j'lc.and:;' 1 at all drug; DLUL INI: across latod. Tta7th of ;'rtLruai 1-" S. :8:
who is wanted for clever burglary; at Pal 1 .-01.1 L> all :-t'irt"-l..rF. oro.'.rs and Dru;;,,!*!*. 45; .tt; C II N.U'MAX.
Titu-ville and Indian River
in on
myra Mo, was nrrr; tel at. Canton, 0.,


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GASTRONOMiCAL TID BITS.- SHERIFF'S SALE. \ Ludden & Bates' Souihein! !: Music House. I

Under and by virtue of an execution EXCELSIOR ORANGE FOOD

There is a great and constantly increasing; sued out of the circuit: court for the i
California fruits ol i ;
jn dostry in cryhtalizing seventh judicial I circuit of Florida in and |i ,I

every kind for Hrevard. in a certain cause therein
Canvas back ducks aro a shade cheaper depending, wherein Theo Jenkins i* '

1 Vtbat the time draws near for their dis- plaintiff. and S. iydor i, defendant. I' Pi epared especially for the Orange and containing the setra1! t'!! mtn ic''ar .

arpearanre. have levied upon ami will sell at public !' to sustain plant life, \"iz\ :

Smoked beef for tea is as regular a thin;; outcry to the highest and Ile=bidder for : '

hotels as the presentation of all cash! in front of the court (house door in'' PHOSPHORIC ACID POTASH, CALCIUM. AZOTE.

at bills country,,'eekly.A. the town of Tituwjlle.counts-: Bl' V:1nJ. rs. e o I Thi Fertilizer has been produced after year of study by Pr.nr. O. DrU.: BIITOI.A.is r

rule, the hotel and restaurant mince null State of Florida; on the first Mondav i The GrC'nt.ho1t""n:c Piano and Organ ', a* being far superior to any high grade fertilizer on the market and it j M>hl

.' a too rich for any ones blood or ill November, (the same being the 7th Depot of foe s.ir.lii. 'I'lio Itt-st Place to buy; at about one-third less in price. It i is made in two grade No. I i i.. :pre
never buy The :nte.t
is 'rla.Clwnllt"l't Lice lot ;
pie lay thereoT.) A. D. SS7. between the 1'lare to liu>'. A liucnitirent Record Over I ventive of root rot. and also (1otrowhitt': ants and w H>d lice.

constitution.; legal hours of sale, the following described .10OOO Pianos mud OrnaiiH placed in >outhem No. 2 doe not (contain this specific.
to taste as if it hail been '
begins real Ilonifs since IS7O.JAVASXAII.
Turkey estate described as follow* : :
For and further information address
prices : ,
before ,
fatigued slaughtered )
rerjniuch Being a portion of lot three !
(3): ol section GA., Nov. 1st, 1887. ; O. DvG. IIURTOL. lnt1I)1iftC. rij.
the farmer.He three (::1) of
lj township twenty-live Room for the procession. It's a long ; 7 or J.1cC'OIB: JR. Titusville. Fla. ,
or she is not much of a gastronomic (25); ) south of range;: tnirty-<5ix (:af fcat.. : one. It's head in Macon, and rear in : ,

who rt:'<.-ommwlsann'fl goods for and also a portion of northeast quarter ot '
writer Savannah.! 2'K) guiles of wagons containing
.Lenten dainties." the southeast quarter of section lour\ (4))) '; 40,0001'im1s and ( rgans sold by L..1- B. a 1 a l t

Cook hooks continue to multiply, and said township and range in the county i S.; )1. II. since 1S70. I fJ113! bt/ u.Over'If 111 hm'. "'I-r'i'" CURf Ovoid the unrn.uGmofprvteatausrene. 1 '

WU"lyall give receipts as if WJO {loople wereto of Urevard. Flm ida. to-wit : The uoith- ; ___ __ n_ I.Ipwkages,. mailed to 1'1\0 die, forth '.e th'ublesanJ all Quacks
time. east! corner of !'aitllot of laud i is located i Anv.o iu c-amost ('ei1ainljWe: are a ll1r7t 11(1)."(>. ,.E.tins z larreprom'ortion ; k whose.. onlyaim1 to bleed I their icltim -
at one I Imentnn'l Take M"KERiMIl
dine trade.'e 111'iauos and Organs mall of*horn okafall treat 1> a >Tth tnA.-
is also at a point on the west bank of Indian.Jtiver. \\.c Southern do u l.n'ie St.itttv' have 2im Alrenciuse and thu1lJO'c tiara restore>l tolioalth hy use of r "" 'CU'REI>>> eiou--aml. d.>el not interferePROF.
lamb obtainable
Spring; green peas live hundred awl tliiitv (:iW:{ fet.tHHith totatem..ut IS not iu the kact exaggerated.; i HARRIS'. SE&HAL PASTILLES IC\'n\'eDit'nt'einlYw"withutentamtobwmesaoreau.epain Foundrtl'n
with it they coming from the suburbs : !
Logo of the cllU'tPr section line of Charleston, 8. C. How have we ever built up such an Wt>,,t'n('>l<;fI..U.b..i..1 J''c\"i ing lots two (:i) and three (13i: of section T.J.U.I tor 1'ightYears in maD, 1 inflm-nc it felt without d<;lay. The natural
Three weeks hence hot cross buns will he in three (I.3: ), and) the southeast quarter: of'' iminensetnide? Jwenterpriseprogressivebusiness ; i thon. ,>< n"l".r"" -cth'abroit.tey! : iea*o'l.rPmat.1reb .funrtionaofthehumanorganismreahtred.The;
mctluxU and dealing. We n'!> square
those who have :
rent even among the northeast and the I beeomesCheerfulsadr.pi: dyRaiasluthstteogthanalheaala; :
; quarter northeast We work 1x-!& -t n n J f 1:1: t ml jf--t"ct'iund \iircrou-4 Health
not "kept the fast." of the southeast! of make our ]patrons our 1o'hosevholtamtP :mnt m my obscuredi *n<+a TREATMENT.-CaeYa9i3.Tv0Ys$3.Tbte$7
quarter section for the") take them into partnership, as it rrcti'Mtr.V:>t by In.: -, .tioa, Ex x>snreOveriraiauork.crtoofrt e
Southern shad, sent north jacked in ice, four ((4)) said township and range ; I >o In divide -ofits and themmof HARRIS REMEDY CO. l CHEMISTS I
actually give and ,
were, p yowr mrio with ftntpns tfyour trouble, fwuroTRIAL ,
when it gets here about as cotton batting thence west: across said lot three 131.:{ '. .
tastes ) than their .money' vorth.On" i \ lLl 1I'ITl.tr.hlno.t'dPnrt.hlet&o_ 306'" 11.Tenth B >< tt,8T.LOUISMO. 1
) would if broiled. thence west to the quaiter :section line -

dividing the northeast of the I I.T"'*' Capital our Sj>ot Cash. our lifetime I, -
quarter .
out of ten northern visitors in e.era
Sine every ,, ,
I (\,.':- r 11-, our hhrvwdiws a!'( buy rs, mar irin / >/ hell. 6EJEd EptfEN. 'j..
Florida try to see how many oranges theycan southeast quarter from the northwest f.n't. I.. Iht'd in .,.,..,ri"1'"":/.""".and then\\e',It" rriti ..". "'1.-
eat at one siting nil-liter of the southeast: quaiter of said ( ,. :;r .

section four ((4i,, thence south to the'
The modern sandwich has the crust of the Fall and Winter/ Bargains 1887-88 ...; .1
northwest corner of .\. L. and E. F. I ,.'
bread removal, and at very few places iit: Hatch's purchase in said section thence j 'umIDl'r'lo..in.-Oul! Sale oter.. \Vnrerooms :
"filling for the price." 'I crowded with 'ul''rh1'' '' Instruments.liiiiiiensepurrliaMCM .- .- .. ,,/ 1
the lIorth line of said
tact along purchase direct from Factories.reater -
"Beef a lay mowed" is the way they of .\. L. and E. F.. Hatch to the west <> liaricniim than ever for full nnd .... i} I
it the bill of fare of Texas U'inter, I SS7-sS. ,
Itl lintel on a hotel, bank of Indian JJiver. said line being 1."f", ..,

and it tasted that way, too! four hundred and eighteen( (- ) feet from Not red wed prices chi poorer instrument This represents a healthy life. Jn t snch n life I\I thor onloy
Throughout its various scenes. Who use the Mnith's nile! Beans
Piscatorial jotti of all kinds obtain at the line dividing lot three (:{ ) from lot *, l but the same li.w 1t,1;r< q anti b tUr

this, the sackcloth season, and show the four ((1)) of said t'ctinnthr'e (3:! ;, and the instruments ( ;greater vah.e: t ft.r the im'iiey. : Smiths BILE BEANS purify tho blood, by acting
directly and promptly on tho Liver Miin and KidTime original. ; I'hotocraph
inthe culinary art. northeast quarter of southeast quaiter. Of lowest-priced lnfients this! is t\t .
progress our i i hers. riiey consist of a vegetable combination that panel rue tn-.s jnturoICc.

Beefsteak pie, away from home, is us dangerous from the southeast quarter: of the !southeast specially true- They ::re gassers! i1jn't'J I i I haw no equal In medical wcieace. They carern.ttpa- atalnp pent rn+ rcwipt AddrP++of, m m

to experiment with as dynamite in quarter of said: section four (1)( ) and v."c are proud of them. Ili.r'l toiK-s'-ril-c i lion, malaria, ,and Dyspepsia, and are a safeguard; 1111.1: !tF -159.
: I agaln all forma of Coven, chills and fever call Monet, st. I.....'.. \10.
connection with a lighted: match. thence noitherly along said river to such bargains on pppj-r. blltJ'1I try.Crut I and IIrl ht'''' dblea"" ". Send cents postage: : for a am- t l
place of beginning.[ Preserving and excepting I plo package and tent the TRUTII of \vhatvc way. Price, 25 cent per bottle, '
i is known the he
An epicure never by way 21O \NO.-Iar?''siz..i: >-n'it r<>sf- I moiled
from to address' DUST: UAL nl'old: by drultIIttt.
the above that parcel: of any postpaid.!
: I .,, ...-, carudw.. 'ntair: plillh.t't.t
tucks his napkin under his chin l before eating c.:: M-IJH: 1
J. :JiW. SaXZOTZX SO?. bt0-
dE CO. riiOl'UlETOUS
land sold by Stephen Uyder and wife to tone full si) j 'jrs' !Uar.I'lt.1"f'i'hI'il"trlllw'ut: :
or calling for a cup of tea in the middleof ; i\irjwJ-\. C l"IIII'II'I"I'lIt:1t: Plush ht the meal 1 C.May by deed bearing date: Apiil ',Ii.all J.eight;",;./. I

:50. 1SS7: and recorded in Hook K of lire- s2. :r PI 1NO.-itsamtAa Parlor l''+'rVlit.: I AdciiiziistraforaiHlfiiiiariliairsotl 1listct'.. Sal. )

Nothing quicker will stop crying baby yard Deeds on paret0 ; containing j Ont) 5IZe.tru Uiili;'f'oI. niso.v favorite'.,''"nl cae stile.Llh..t Thou.uu--4-.>jl3 \ <-... ITo i' !",

on a railway car than ono of toe leather fib less. OIKVIin.i > all ir/totil if f'OIlf..U. Notiee is lunlix I i i\mtliil, i.udt. aid
twenty-two (i'2'2] acres, more or | 5-tit 1.! ,)utlit < in]>)lit i* 1 HKtff : : :

sold by train boys. Indeed it is doubtful if, Dated this .lot: lay of September. ()tIt S55 (}:t(:.\ ,.-Two st iN ]>...'". Five TnktNot'nv that six month'Olftt'r: dateI by virtue of a final Keriv ol sale anti foreeio t
having eaten one, the baby ever cries again. < stops.! ):.li'.uitv.ahiu'! /'xtendtrltop.bmi > ,. leiidernl I time Honorable John '
A. I ). 1S ;. t-tMido. J'IIIra.I.: k. orun.cnttl :::) I \'aiuled.nm will a..pl to the llonorableinor ure, by i

Southern and Bermuda vegetables are in E. II. CUVAir:, Sheiilt (:tom, .n:.tiui.tor, imisie iark jiil fright]>atl.OTIC 1 S.J ones: County .J wl. eof I'.ivvanl: (' mumty, I D. Kroome, .J 11I1 e: of tl".('ir'nit Court for
good supply now. and the quality is praise of llrevanl count}*. Fla. IIi7"J :->ttojw.( I (:.li' .ciUint.\l:: :tutu,K det-ir-. Tin Florida, for my final: discharge; from my the Seventh: .Indieial irenit of the :State ? ..'

worthy, too. The premature strawberriesare .J.W.\IWIIWAI.H. abe Parlor 'ir'a'i. t'ClIII.titifill dr.l iipiL ndmiiiistratnrsiii: | oi the estate of :-arah:; 'of Florida, on February 17, ls\s, in a e.-r-

better, and sell at lower prices by the IMaintill".s Attorney. *!:!-."\\' }:.rrr ]:-iri' tux, ft r>i' '/I'. Ti'>tiun
quart The above :sale i is postponed until the t
first Monday in December, the :same being .'. immense :-: fr-tsj VrM's BestM.ikers hilt now of full age.; for the eireuit afireaidherein' Kll.-nNevins '
the ")th day thereof, at the :tine place I : to suit all ta"team! j-'irns. Ovi r Dated ththi Jnd day of Feliruarv, A. D. and Thomas F. Nevinh.r hu:-- ; '

Easter cards and souvenirs I and hour. .F. K. I'OWMAX, :SheriU': Sun dillerent! .les to cli] <-<.-. f"UI:1. I Ills: band, are eomplainantand Samuel .1. ,
are already
The above sale (is until the JAMlM. I P. TOOL Frost, adult, and Lney Frost, ..UnmtieFrost l
temptingly exposed for sale.Society postponed: PI.tNO&-f'hlckvmnmr. J!:....,., .0:: Ht .li:!, ind'Arthur 1
tir: Monday iu .January.: 1SSS the same Jlatho.a-I., U"IItrCil:, Si', tt. SrO::. I .Administrator the estate of Sarah! F. lioln-rt; Frost, : Fiosi, infants ) ,

carries its nonsense to filling petdog's being the :!llIl day thereof at the same RJAN*>. .Un.(1!! A: II.u.ii:;, Packuri. WoollV; deceased, and guardian of : and I Samuel II.I Kay, their ;guardianml I

teeth with "real gold. place and hour. Hay Mate, !*2 1 !'i'..'.O. i William Wooln"; minor. Hum, use defendant, I, as Master in 1 t

Alleged Dutch hall clocks no longer command .1. E. HOW.MAX.Sheritr.. Easiest Tenns ever heard 'f.! Front $3 I -- -- Chanceryill :sell for cash, to the highest

the high prices of a few years ago. to 10, paid monthly, will: :,a ire r.n | XO"'I bidder, tin Monday, Apiil the strand I>'S.

"Knickerbocker buff" is given the name the. alxno ale i is jitiftiHiiied until 'the tirst MOMiU Elegant Instrument. !State of Florida, I the same: being the first Monday in the
of a color to be fashionable in > in teliriury, II''''', tlie i-inue bfing the i.th day I In Justices; t ollrt. mouth, in front of the CourthoiiMdeor: inTitusville
spring goods.A Commof I.ievard..
thereof, at the amid li'iur i iTo
name place :
One price to all. That' onr wn- J'rI'C n :iked I Urevard 1'lorida, between -
new kind of bracelet has a watch set in .J. 11. UO\VM\V, Shu'iff. in plain figures on oath i1t.tnfL* nt and no l'\'ltton: ilannah )I. (jass: "r. eoiinty
two ... t.iK,. IOS-P., I the legal hours of sale, all the folloing -
The uljove sale i until thefirst made to an tlniniio ii:('1. no writ of
postponed notified that
it but not : You hereby a
necessarily to keep railroad lices.s are
This square way i nsurto all the lov. -t i di eribed n'alt.'tatt' tu wit : fl i :.
> ,
in March 18SS the been issued )
time. : Monday stile I attachment has against \"on'
1n fi, Tvt nthintr in plain All that lot traet of land !situate -
> raw him "n 11.( or paieel
Jewelers there is unusual demand being the Tith lay thereof, at the same "llh'fl Full :n formation I and your pl'opprty attached to satisfy
Kay an print sntlexarily is repre ( and being in the of i IJie-
for black and that place and hour. given in cin-iilarx. L.ttt'rC'I1Tl'fnlly an-sw! 'cr- the demand of I). I.. (Jaulden.amountin / eonnty
jiearls: they bring fancy .arll.uHIIatl":: of Florida and torminga
prices. .. -.fcr\3-ii! T. 1:. liow.MAN, :Sherill. ed. 1'111'111'Ih'in a tlmustinil: miles off can buy I i ;': to 8Now 1II11e:;; yo11shallappear ,
lust as well sis if n Sav: : mllh. Three= ilnrtJi Hon. Minor S. Jones. part .if land lot two, of :Mi-lion. twentyref5511tow'm11ip'1omtlmof
The above sale i is until the I before
Silver ornaments for the person of all : postponed: of our entire trade is done ty, tonvsjiondcnoi1.JloS range: 'M; ea'tLebig I -
f r Monday: in April 1SSS the same .Incite) of the County Court andexoHieio.Tutii'e
kinds fashionable 1"llIlulsI" follows
are more now than ever RE.1RJUJl1.1I11""t pritcs; F.osFsf I ': of the Peace for :said county at. deserilu'd: by metis and -
the :2ml thereof at the same :
before. being day in'f/i ''uf': Fun stools and rmti : : : /
place and hour. &j;1i.J. .! ""iu ..." freight lllid: 1; <> : bonn!
Braid in almost ] is \ qj o'clock in lU'ginning I ; at a 'Hunt on theM -
) |
Bloomingdale 10
profusion I BOw S to trim the tailor made and other kinds of E. MAN, Shcriir.: the forenoon, judgment; will be rendered i ary of :Mi-tion :!4, township i 21 t, :oflllth..f

spring suits.Some I I LUDDEfJ&BATES i iI :against; yoii and your property !sold (, range; :.<; east and :H'rl feet north of the half

of the handsomest of the India wrapsare SOUTHERN MUSIC HOUSE. SAVANNA! GA. I to pay the debt. ', mile l>oM, thenee making with said t..titln i

trimmed with black marabout feather HOWELL TITUS. I Dated this .2111111a.,. of February .\ D. !i line all angle of 7S degree; s and _.'t minute,

trimming. 1S8P. run !south 7> degrn-s awlS minutes, wts>i

24 1). 1.. OArLDEX, IMaintilV. (true meridian), to Indian Kiver: ; flit net-
People have found out that fancy ornamental -
,*1r3 If BO, iwnd for IXXl IIUYERS'N' northerly along said rivtrto a |pint two
thermometers aro no criterion of the r (I containing ccilured plat \I'tlch's of Encorporatioii of bundled and eight: :and a half feet ((2US4)), l
temperature.Cold 4i 1(K)enKrnviuKs of different I reeds.
Pool & Billiard Room pviceM they are worth,and whereto flic Dlalltax and Indian itls1' .- I front the line first run and in a lint.lotr- '
snaps continue to delight the hearts i buy them. Directions for TrainliiR I Ilo pendidilar therefrom; thenee north 7.1* degrees '

of women who liave sealskin sacques or a ,I 1, t and Breeding Ferret*. Mailed!1' (" ICaiI\\a Company. / and 2S minutes east ( true meridian), .k

tubas wrap. : Furnishing for 151'ents.CioiNla Alsot'utsof of all iuoda(log JJc it I.IIMWII. th:11f" whose manse are nili'cril).-d to the east boundary of the station, anti
I MAIN STREET her. have f.lrlm'll 11llfll'lj.allizt'11. and by the...epriKtuf
What is known as the Marie Antoinette I i do torn and or anizf onrseht-s iiito arnrpoiation. tJ.t'IH"l'lIlIth: along; said I"Il1IulanJille to

fichu has been revived, and London correspondents I iindir the lro\i.wlllI of an net of theLtKioUtuic the plai-e of ht'inninf."lainin; ti\e (:t>

give Lady Churchill\! the creditof TITUSVILLE. FLA.Sole Then send for Practical POUL- : : of the :-r..lt' ..! Florida approved July aeies, more or less. And al-oall that ollur
the revival TRY ItOUK. 1OO 'ngc.; beautiful : 1'J 's'4. c'lItltll.1 -- all act to I'ff\'ille; i in K"It'ral law of land in theioitnty and Mate aforesaid
I colored plate: cnKruviupiol t I for the intortoratiou r.t iailroad aj d tuna's., :' andiiiiy tract

There i1l a superstition the green tintedor I nearly of the all breeds kinds ;of bow fowls to;ccpomza descnptiocs -; ;, atht of said (,.'::i"Uture aineinUtory thereto known as the northeast quarter ( N.

decorated china is always quickest to meet plnns for poultry nonbes: information I for the purl use or'eomistrnctipg. ii ii.8intainiti( andojwratinjj E. J 1)) of st-etion twinty-six | 2tn, in n wn- f

with destruction at that hands of the hired AjiiMit in this: :section for Hnowx's iiioui I UX-H incubators I rom be-1, and Mix-It w here nt to Sl.uO buy t I IIf'rl'fllI a amid railway pmp'rtr.for jmbliriwe mtheconejaiueol : !ohil't\H'nt "-fllllr (21 1, south[ uf range thirty. i

girl or butler. GTNSINr;- TONIC-n Delightful and exIiilarating per nittiujr. twnt for 15 Ceut8.If "l We adopt and .u'i.ept sand act and its amendment six ,loJ:;( ), east of 'l'alialtl--t-e meridian..ntainingone 1,

Always draught t I all the iharterof.ml -oi|,oratinn and in rniilorni- ; hundrctl and sixty Illitti( aeris.
Hats lU-\erajre.
for Flora will lie
McFIimspy very I ity tJu'rt-lo rnaVe and -urn the-eaitirle of inc'orIN" from the foregoing taurInindrcil
striking and effective in style, and of the Try. it. i ration. 'Hie nati.e i'l said coTjioratien. i>- the Hal Ex.t'l'tillhtl"t'n'r/ ; ,
so, you need the BOOK OF CAGEItlKU.s and sixty acre piece a plot of lire
Saul rail-
kind to make people in the theatre strugglefor >. 1O ]uo UIIie ifax and Indian Ih'r Hallway Comj'anj
frout scats.CURIOUS. I ,+i trillion BeantJnJ puces.<-n!'trni te l. inauitaiiiKlai.il oj>rated ( ">) acres, the proju-rty of Alfnd K. Kahr.descriU .
',zyl Treatment ana breeding of all Lino*Cago from the city ot I :.i\tona, in V..liiM.i entity. to a -*! as follows : l Itegining: / in the N.W. .
I birds, fur pletouira and rrnf C. liv3n.se? i point on the ln.li.in ICir. in Ure\ar roui.ty, a
THE SLOOP AGNES." and their lU"lHow to build and stock distance of about ntmiles. Said; railway with l,econstriHted ', of the \. E 1 of section twenty-sis t

THINGS OF LIFE. I t tI an aU Aviary.kinds birds All,about cages ParruU., etc. Jljil'nl Prices fur of and, <>],erat-d; in the conntietef; Volnsia ,t2'' l, township 21, south of oil; cast; com

I 1H Cents. The Throe Books -10 C I". I and I'.revard. in tli- state of Florida. 11Il'lu'intllW/ acre east of the northwiMtorner
A Berrien Springs; (Mick) family four : commanded by The capital .tlll'k of said company i!' MI hundred -
live JOHN MCLEAN, ASSOCIATED FANCIERS, thousand dt liars :::(,()II.I""I) ninded into MX ttf aid quarter station, running one
persons on nineteen cents a week, ex- CAPTAIN 237 South Eighth Street Philadelphia,Fa. I' .. and one-halt' I1 lacit
thousand) Miares of one hundred lofttrs ath.111e acre cast, thence four ( >
cluMve of houw n>nt. II Indian Iliver.:i .... .. .. .
Make* regular trips on i of t-aid r }nii>aii). who .hallllJllu3jP > south; theniv three-quarters I i it f an
A Japanese Imy's the whale I ICroecricJry ,1 its affairs fir the tir-t \ear. or until their nne>!04.r. tlit-m
composition on aCre./111111
thence' two ,
'CAKKIF.S A I"n.1.l 'I'LY OF acre west;
I 1 Iii "
fi 1ht.r. awl their mamas fi
'e i un
closes: "The tell of the whale is more but I I E. Chase are i-liusen. ate of uest thtnt
Geo. j i and places: of rend nee areas follows one-quarter f i\\ji) an fete ,
do not know fully well to Ml" I C; oods 1"TI F..1.. WHITK. OrrcoMl.FKAVK north to place, of beginning,containing five {
W. :S\MS. New :Om>iEa, I I "
Anthony 1'arslow, of Alliany, X. Y., ato I ('u IIIH.onls.. I WH.M\M I 15 WATSON..Jaeksonville, (f.)) aen-s.

ten feet six inches of corn cakes three inches Chandler SXMn.LU: \UTfcIt.: .. I All of the al.n' dcM iit.ctl real estate It'1 1

wide and one inch thick the other day. I Hats, Boots and Shoes, Ship 1 Manb I".JOHN lss... T SM.TEU X..W.Yurt. City.4"--Zm. i:, ing: in the county of Hrevard, State ..f t

A Philadelphia man, who was discharged i Ladies. Shoes iu ;I"elt"ariety ; Print: all Florida.Witness.
from his position as street car driver two \OTICI:. i iJ
I new pattern at low price inv Iiaiidiind seal! this first day +
years ago, borrowed $10, invested it in a Uoat anil Vessie Supplies, nil kinds J State: of Florida. '
of Man .\. D. 1:0': '.
bucket shop, and. is now worth f4ll.KK i Reaiy-inaie Clotting Toilet Articles Patent Aneliors, Chains! Blocks, ('ount of D.ide. t ti : ,
i [KAI.] W.ttsti: :S.: CJKAHAM.Master I
The Camass, < alnnietlire i
Richmond lxhtniacter locked the office Take notict that :six months after the t

cat in the safe over night recently and in the \OT10S.5C"For Hope. all sizes, Tent, : date hereof I twill present: to the County in (11:1Jl.u'itlr lnvar.1'u.;

morning: she had. a brood of kittens, nicely the cash only Spruce Ladders, ; .iudireof iulel'umtyluy final areountsI ':: ( Jwuy.r M.( I'OIRIN: :
I' Coppei Paints, pal's, 1-2 sal's, qt*. '
nestled iu a 300 bed made of Match 15: -16 Cm. Kxeentnx; Charles
postagestamps. of
i I and voucher : :Solicitor.March .
__ Spar Varnish, sal's, i-a sal'sqts, jits.Oils a* Complainants'
I H l and Leads, all kllld!". Moore. late of Dole I County( deceased.and : 1, ISs.Io(, ;V t.

There are three dead trees in Tattnall' {'. ii. scorr. F. W IHVOi: Jt < (V> READY MIXJ.D 1'AIN'iS, ask for ul.\' final discharge; as :--u"hl'Xt'.lItrix. ---- -- --- -

Bounty, (hi., whose branches are so twistedas In fact aejtbuiti: nor iHnldiiit! or S.tlliul boats N'.\eiulitr Ib'th. 1 S7.KLIAHKTII :.11 tsTiirs sin:. :
to form the figures Issx. The ignorantiwple IAS.TIKN: .J. MOOKK.Kxeentrix ( .
thereabout regard it that the no Eaa St.. : Notu-e IH hereby gi\it that ur.ilT anal >,> trtv..
as a sign iIni1 s flock 1y Testament
Will rrudete.ibe
IIAII1)IESSISALOON. of Ltst of a final degree lot tale mini foreclosure
end .
of the world comes this year. 'I ]Deceased ::J2-<;hnotlro. : the HouoraUe John I> Hroorne. Jndge of tt* S
.\'n OX1-11..1..1 1.II'a ...\. of Charles: IIfln'. of
Regular rirrnit Court for the \-ith Judicial ('irn it I
printed were recently
the State of Florida. "n J-(. .riur> l':'th..1. It. In*".
sent to a funeral at Frogmore, La., that i I e n \ *
II III. rertJ'li .IU"" ill < lian: > r' 'herein I.i viMth S
read: "There will l If want a cleats and ,.".y -hav, ff fl ( -. ..i fur cite )
e a large funeral at yon ,. ,- ., .- Cirrmt C /uit for Kr + roimty mil
,,, ', ,,
Froginore.; the grandmother of -'swife. f! .AS clean a* 11tttl'rl''rg-t\'l'. i- ti dC \.. .t j I: f't.) r.. .. 'fit n 'I irfiOiti it brief # : c ircuit af re..mi<., .hi. 'n ...i..r.. !'.:i>.- o> If n.- ,
I. : sx niontli after .I" I wlI |-re-eiit tn the, n"I)")- and 1.11wcrrl U.. k.. and alai* .J Gr.ta.bts .
You are invited Ice water and s-xla. Come :: Just call on me at my >alo ii.At t.t t Fi i !1'' : \ 1 Urevard Co.Fi rilainant I. ..
I D t : .. able Mm"r i- Jon. s. hateJudsreof wth and T C. Weik artdetrndai.ts. l
one, come all"A 1ll..lrniu., eve. elr afternoon. r f iPil : I rn\ tiualal.'I.IIII'. :01."IWtt r."f the e.tate of i M Buffalo man hung his watch at night I ti hill tJ arFO fj t' .: ; i JOHN K MO 111'. ,Io"'a., ,I..' ,.4id c"nntv. and abtor hix'liefct bidder on Mi.l'daj. -\1! nl the Sei...|'d. IW1".
I'lll.ut1111 eoinh your hair with I >;racj I Ii ..... ., inv filial th- '!Miu, .- ',. :ninn.Mf! .t'>r ..f the Paid the aante brut;; the tir-t <-i .lit}' in the m ....b. ia
VIT a p.ml'f dough; in the kitchen, and then i To suit the contour of your face; I ." 1 0 .-'"_ .r, f r i.t""r.......; !.. .t1t'rpi.t \: ::';' r I pt.tA..... :'II1sA.Ii.! : Wa:. >';. :\cina.r. front fit the Court II.nw door in Titiwtill Lime-. I
'Xt morning it was missin He of course -ha111ptl. Tltll'ill. Ft,.. .J.HlII r. 1". I""". and Conity, H-'Jida. lt'* *u ttlr|;al bonra (.t
111 ive gtwNI .
thought it hlllllt.'l'll stolen.and was considerably To yon ;; a : t I .\ ': e, .1UtM 1ac a: ::alt'', .. astir, all the follovrilii dr-cribed real .-. at.-. tn-*,* :
: The art of whieh known to few. OTHI;. Tli- uortbet ijuart. nw4 of SerMtip Twdty: l/
surprised at time to see the lest : i Itu: ldit'i lU.oltt.: .
supper .. ..i in To rn,.) Tniy.sr rj: ...111 el ,
timepiece roll out of loaf of bread his wife .: w ,.. ', .' .i-a'R-t t'f *-.Ute "f ) >ip '
a scNs.urhlrl". razor'' keen "" 1. Ml J..r"nttt.at ti.' ;:'IUH i lUiice Thirtv.Se\en i '.: I lApt. if.ntoiint.irdrrdi.d oar baa. !
My my I tam/ale-J .,
... c J.Dyspepsia 1 f'e
.. : Fl'irda. .
was cutting.A and clean 060. Otto W..iff i lass "t 1.1..1 County. sixty Vu.. acr.s. all m DJ.lcl.tJ. i iTilE
My i i- neat ,
shop a them
ways .
I Cosiiveners. Rheumatism "- -d. are lr t>y p qni'vd to prew-nt pro|>- of Florida1yitaeia
Macon merchant of xomuambclistic And'everythiiii: I'm -urt'"HU'I[) tind. I rl\ jiitli4-ntK-ate. tii'tioiit! .1c-l",. to lion :\Iil.nr State
than ftul day t*
I band and >al
habits found one morning that mUli was To snit the ta-te and pacse the mind. : and Pile: > Jon. s. Coiutt Jn.Uof Mid county or this 110- I my I II
Sallow Skin tics will lw pleadwl. in \>...rhtl all ierus o\\"iJll Marc'i.! A. I' IH&WALTER M.
missing from his store. He rent for a detective And now to all who patronize intend, I I.Ju.t better remedy fort'.M-sc .i-d estate are rrgn. .", d T" untie tutu caid: CC.UI.t S. f.n-tHAM. [ftaljM
who that the There i9 no '
suggested gentleman and hrin friend-i I Iwl tlinn Tutt s. Litcr Judge. *..l r ba Cbabecr lay I'ra and dm I.tl
had along : your tiret.ev I .
probably liidden the money while asleep. come ; common trial \.inlU"') e. Trice- -.--" Tame :::rh t1olt'. of 1'. )..raary.CI1.1RLE... I I\\". IL Glea!on.Solielterfor.
I will rills, U'i a WOLFF,
A search was instituted and the mining bills .\ I ;s..nrc"Olt try : I :..
COB rlainant.
Were found securely" hidden away ia a turner ; Mv' verv lj-t to sati-fv.: may" I Sold Everywhere. .r t\'t Aditt'r with Will Annexed.

of the barn. I I






MICIIL I'IX. I -There is talk of closing the SubTropical -Dame Rumor says that another marriage -- Fni SALK.A u Indian River 'I

Kxpo-ition in a few days.: will be consummate in Titusvilleere tract uf laiul on Iiuliau River in the
Local ilverti"itii mtitfd this column for five I
in countof Urev.inl. cot-itinofacre 8S '
"f'lltlillf-r Inn each insertion No charge made for -Thechooner Sophie Frey i i- hauledout long. haltof 1\a-n.Ib'u .\1.1:...
leg than :1)cent : : it 1>einu lot Xo.t:; amiouth

=- ---=--:... ==---===--==::.-=::-.=:-:-- ==-- -= I at Ender & Rarke daleV way-. -Mr. Arthur C. White, ]lawyer, of the 110rt l1ea-t quarter ofeetion a). TITUSVILLE. FLORIDA.Fresh

TUKXER, the photographer. dctres us to Mute ;t -There will be an auction scale of jewelry '! Epsom, near London, England, wa up and lot No. :;, lieirm theouthwet] : quarter : Bread, Cakes and .
that all parties at City point. ot the northwest of section
Mentt'H Island who want jews or family groups' ] watcheetc.: ., at Lewis old -tU1l1- : for examination at the Court House, quarter 1 "iistantu i .1Jllj i
taken will do well to drop Lun a card durum the ,; oil.; both in township :;51outh.. rauire :'U>
nest ten dam. an he i 4 jioiiig to take a trip down i the Exchange-this afternoon.Mr. Titusville, on Friday last, and pa -ed ea-t. Tin-i.. a \ordeirable piece othammock. fOS'I'tN; : riiKxni. t1.111.1111fflUE.111; ,
the river ery noon now for tin purpose of attend I \'cryem-ily. lie will now practice law soil ot rich quality.uitaMe : : '1.\ HE;
work. him here If II. P. shares of New Haven.
iiiz to that So by notifying: >>
TO nii>> : ni:.
will call at jour_homes while ther tt. in Florida. Mr. White come-of a family for the rai-ini: of all tr"i'ical fruitI I-
Conn., who ha }been wintering at Uo: <:k- r..rtif. nail. 1'1.1110"-. ..t.' .it, i.l for ,
situated] the Narrow- KnoINII: -) |
at :
Lalf-a of near
lrove. hi-
FOR S.\LE-lndilLlJ liner Orange l lawyer father and biotherbeingin ,
snit "IIt1"IIIltn' !
att \n
mil from the Hast !Shore" of Indian Itner in *...'tion I I ledge, returned North Tueday.Mr. that for : ollice. Willell] cheap f"V; ea-h. For care Hrtlrh.i:; !:",-\"rag. .*. t-. -ttti," :,"-,t : l'
iou. He left here
: 4. towiihhip 19, range 3i, V-lucia C.IUIlt1' Ten or profe--
.. Robert Morrow takene- particularmldre: :- Prices for Hotels
t't'utar.r. Hi::h HamiiUH-k. with SOOOranze Trees wa Special ,
about half of them hearll:ll. Also in an.e nectiou. verely ill at hireidence Monday morning Tampa on Tueday.The I K.: .M. )LOW. (;. \ J:Tn 1:1:. '-.' .
to ..
Land running
-fA)acrt of good I'lne up Jacksonville Titnr-l'uon of Sept. ::5. Hrucktun. Ma .
the Monqnitn Lagoon, with ome excellent\eceTjUile but at thitime reported some 4tt
Und to John Kulil. Shiloh P. O, I .1. rum nui. 1.:0\: \, 1 I.t.W. '
Call or apply ]la-t Sunday, refers to Mi j.s Sallie >impon -- --
Voliicia Co 11.. *:'. I better. '! M 1. |mI i >vv\. (
_- - I and Mi j..; Irene Clifton a- having returned J. S. MrUlashaii
GRANDilsT tock of Dry fJrxid-, I -Mr-. Ho\ey of Roche-ter, N. Y., : ,
from their visit to Miss Irene- INDIAN RIVER
Notions, Ladie-:;' Ire" Good-, Hats j who has] been spending a few wcekat :
Gents Furni-hinj Good-; I nude, at } ledge.; That they had: a TIN AND SHEET IRON WORK
I>oot>. Shoes : Titu villo with MrL.. H. Decker tlf.
and (Jroc-eric-son Indian Ri\er. (Tel,. B.Uumph'fitusville. returned good time evidenced by their muchimproved 'J'itust illc.<< iMoriila.

4"-<;.Ot.' North yeterday.Mr. appearance. They added I)olic to Or-1 1'riit-111tNittl'1': A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS f.n

LOOK 11 TOURIST/'Call :and and )[r-. H. B. Lord, of San fold\ -everal poundavoirdupoi- while away, Roofing and Guttering a Specialty.' SACTED.

:0Good board at the Goode Hou-e, spent Sunday with )Ir. and Mr-. Eacotl, :! and the triumphant little twinkle in 1111 M" 1 1.1.1.. 1'I..\. 17 l.xtli.tn: : ,: i' l Lunht nuoi!t.. -i.... i ,
3:1.01)) attention _t\MI to roll, iimn
Melbourne Fla. at ; prompt
ratefor families or wcck.1 of this place, and spent} Monday :\ml1|j their eyei called forth by the recollection hrrotuttlI; l on I 11'-t inorlu'.ij;.:.' It'r "
:Special lUink-'oil.'ralloll' :taut linlu i.lllal.| :
| .
Write to R. \\". Goode, proprietor.IT I Tue-dav on a trip to Rockledjre and fl'I i(! of the many mt-cu: litie ]heartin A.E'no .'n sn. -M allo\\e l on titan .I.l -|>..-ithS -.

will -pay you to call and examine |i turn. I''youth i Florida which are profe-..edly 1OOOOO TO )-

stock or a-lc for ample l>y ]letter. Will -Mr. W. 1;. :ulders lost a bufl'culore broken and only tit for hric:1.hral'Cll'tain TITI."II.I.E.:. t FIJ! )l:tl1.1. t
all amountover'ten '! On>> Fir-t-ela 1 lt'all..tuh'
pay delivery charges on -kifffrom his place on Merritt'- I-land Keeplull -upply ot lJIl'1allit'Illl \\,Nlen !
Smith from Titu-ville!
dollars: excepting grocerieGc; < on
It. Humph, Titu--jlJe. o\-fiOt.\ ;' ; on Monday-length about l:> feet, lieani the Indian River, arrived in port the Coffins. Cases and Caskets. ,lvane: math* n|>on :a\ailil- "- : : '

CALL on A. Y--lli.cock: fJeorgiana, I :>'. feet. Anyone finding -ame will plea-e ., other day, -a\- the Punta Gorda fiiinyn, ': Sltpmct'd hu-tnr-1: + 1\31'41'1', ',
of :
Funeralattended! if tle-in'tl. All order Dnttt- on all j'art+ lnruI"'
Indian River, for river frontterm are I notify him. with the mo-t lieautiful and collection .
rare executed! and) lUi-nif-- iloite at Ju-r..I\\.i1h. :
promptly ica-ona-
for ca-li to -ettler-] SchiKil and .
ea-y -Mr. H Archibald, of St. Lucie, ofhell, !-ea-fern- -poiine-, and rate-. Kmlialiniiu done. -- r.\: .-r\ fa411', eonitiit with :
Church at hand, mail tran-portation I .
ct 'lullv
banking. /stn
t ; \
facilities daily, mail steamer touche- both appeared before hiHonor, Judge; : coral- that has beeneen in thiplace] for Mii.-ro\nKNT-: : ..utkt't : : \

ways daily. The place] healthful], elevated Rroome, la-t week and 1 took the oath of al- 1 many a day. The captain' made the : A. M. Hamilton & Co., .iu'k-nIIVIII''. Ha.. Tin -..alo..ard I : ,
and vleasaut.LOC.ti..CO11CS.. j ialll'e-hecoming a naturali/ed citizen :. trip from Indian River in a verymall :, r.ank. New l.imL.BAYVIEW : t
of the I'nited State- boat, gathering a fine collection of curios ( ) 1

I --3f i-s Jo.ie Kirnhn'lI :aid 1 3IiD'11':0.- I along; the whole coa-t, and l.pedallyonI \Vliolah! IhMlrr-

-Mi-s Edith Atree! ]left here ]last week i 1 the Florida. reefHe intends to make: INDIAN RIVER Lit'g'
ter, the latter a -i-ter of Mr- Miller, I

T i on a visit to friend Cocoa.Major -tarted) for their home-in Georgia; Monday regular trip- back;: and forth, making; Indian River Oysters l.-riii-\t..IUIIl"ll- J.?\\' I'." till''.,.f',lllll>l;: ll.rAllilt 1

C. B. Magrudcr was in town !i I after baringpent a pleasant \i-it j j -hipping' headquarter' Punta < :Jorda. rtlll .,>:il Ititliin;:. I..N..U..II. lit at t! ,
< I. the St Nohn.tl"" Kli Mlah I. ii1
! ]a-t week looking after -tune real] e-tate with friend- Tituville.The -.\ very plea-ant evening i wa--pent I KIS1Ij I I l", tlt'I Ihlhlllll: al..l fJ"LUlj.tlh' !.

matters in court. at the re-idence of Mr-. M. P. Robbin- i
Wave, owned by Me 'rHall
Green Turtle and Game.
j .\ .' s : I 1'. I\OIl"I', '.-
-The stolen (.) yacht Gleam ]ha- Urn., arrived Titu-ville., from a trip 'on Saturday la-t, it being the occa-ion of

turned up all right, and all l' \rti:1I'c down the river, Saturday ht-t. At a :, a "liean-bag"party.; The following I Ml oiiltixiil h'nl iun,n trhuIhrr>ci'i\f i>iniiitt.mifiMivtiil h l \ Irlettt'h.I'tt'r ; at-
Hatch &
sati-fied-that iif it im t repeated future date Mr. Hall enr., will, probablv 1 were present and took part in the game, or tai.i-on. 17 A.: L.

again. I' follow hi- original profe' ..ion of the !l which cauedome amu-ement : I )1'. and] .I -- I'm .\LIs :

' "When the Swallow-Homeward Fly'" I law. 1: Mr-. Graham; )Ir. and )Ir-. George; ; M ': TITUS HOUSE, DRY GOODS SOTII i:

!, more popular here now than any other I -In our prott't..limmg- of the Ciicuit Robbin-, )[1'-. Mu:-enden. )Ir. and Mr1 -. I ,

tong, owing to the fleeting Northward of Court la-t week we failed to mention the !1 111'. M. P.rown, )[1'"a'r; Mi-Clapper, : Titusville, Indian River, Florida. Otti

our winter friend-. stay of execution for 100 clay- in the a..- : Mr-. Re-tall, )[r-. Ornduili) ; Mi-Ilaker, Hardware, Crockery. :

: Miss Fi-cher, Mi- Riley and Mi':-:-rE, i:. U. 13 2JS51. Proprietor. Stationery Family
-Tlie Fro-t Line, which was aground sump-it ca-e> of 3Ie.-r-. Chaire- & Van i cines Garden SetJs. ctI
|! I 15.; Wager, C. J I. Walton. ( T. Paddi-on ii ,
in the Haulovcr, arrived here on Sunday Deman again-t Stephen Ryder, and I i Large Airy Rooms ; Excellent Cui-

morning with Capt Hawley, Mr-. Ho\ey MorTounpiiereau, Trice, Temple i\ and Ingram.! At the termination of I; sine. CHOICE

and Mrs Walker on board. Co. against the -ame party, the amount I the game all adjourned for the purpose Corn
i Hay, Mapes
I of indulging in in-trumcntal and vocal Thiwellknown llou-e i i- now open t
of ..Tackonulle of Inith execution and\ cotbeins
-Mr. J. Sturdevant, \ ; I '
j mu-ic and recitations, which were all for the reception of jiue-t-! ( 1'1'101 :\T. I"I CUU l
agent for A. R. Campbell's Music :::-I-1:1G.O4.: 1-- Q
---- ----- -- -- -
i I ladmirablv i rendered htllO..e. who took
louse \llt.'lll1l'on u-, last Saturday, on Captain Xellerai rived here, Tue-i I: GRAND VIEW HOTEL
pait. EACOTT & 3
his way down tbe river in the intere.-t of day evening, with two manateefrom j | t
-On Friday next, April nth, the !!
hip employer.Mesrs. the St. Lucie Ri\er. Yl'tenlamum- I TITUSVILLE FLA. TITI'S1.11.1.1:" I'I t. t
Fire Department' will give another
; eon-
: Tuttle] Urn, of Daytona, were ing he started for Jacksonville with the -
:' cert (under the management; of )[r. (;. TIN & SHEET-IRON \ 1
here Sunday and Monday with the little larger mammal, where it will be placed
I II. Altree) for the purpo-e of rai-ing' most centrally locals Hotel in City.
steamer Spray. They visited llockledge( on exhibition at the Sub-Tropical. The '

on Sunday and returned to Daytona on other will be exhibited at tlill' rent fit tds to purchase a fire engine. The' -(,- (: I'TTEHI{ :, HnnFI( ( (
concert will comic of -ketcheong-. '! NEW: HOl'Si FIRST-CLASS:
Tuesday.The. places on the river, where it can be rill
.l1rfl.llifJ(( rillj
I -peecheiccitation- and fancy tance-. EVERY III-."': PIXT.
i vie ved by touri-ts who are now here. '
fire alarm was sounded 'l'-h'r- E I Professor ('1&arll'& ; Antony, of New York, t Open all the year round. Table Unurpa JJ (11'1'.

day evening, and an invetigationbowed -We are requested to announce that : has con-ented to few of his I .
Arch-deacon Carpenter will hold -ervice kindly give a ,-ed. Bath; Koom-: Free. Galvanize Work & ReDaiJin[ of \
the kitchen of the Titus
that the flue from : --pecialitie- legerdemain, which will Katox, x-j.ro x a.oo 1)a'r Ia3.
| at Titu-ville to'morrow afternoon (Good<< i --
house: had caught fire. Through the I a-toni-h tho-e who are present. Reader, srjciAL 1..\TEl'lJ. WIJK.
i Location JI.IST: .. iu>nr
Friday] ). He will hold morning-ervice :
prompt action of those] near by, no damage I i i if you c-inuot attend the concert your.-elf, .T..i.I..11IL.LER 4*
at St. Michael'- church, Cocoa, I :i-ter ,
; was done.Mcr buy a few ticket to di-tribute among;
: :'tllldayanderelltmgerwicelt'fltlll'llle
G. 11. Altree, HowellTitu-, : :( your friendand, thu- show your appreciation

Welcher and Smith returned from their :: theanH' day. Arch-deacon l'arpcnterwill of the noble ell'ortof those who BOBBINS & GRAHAM,
i also celebrate Communion i'
Holy at
trip to Jupiter about one o'clock on risk their lives-> pre-erve your property
'I ..
: this place Monday] morninir.Mr .e-
Monday morning, having had a very i from that de-tructive :1l'J1t-tire! Helpto --
-. O. Stevens and MrW.. I Holme-I ':
lives and
)plea-ant trip. The run home from Jupiter i protect your property by I

\\a- made in !"> hour | An-onia, ('411111., arrived here La-week J ;giving the concert your support and pat REAL ESTATE BROKERS & LOAN AGENTS.

visit )Ir. and MrIiwden.I !'
on a to { rona ('. At the conclu-ion of the above,
There will be a meeting; of the ..,. .... .
much with this i .
They : plea-etl %ip.ut -
irl''l'ry there will be a dance, at which we I hopeto \ .
Democratic Executive Committee of j| of the State, and hope to vi-it it' -ee all the di-ciple: of Terp-ichore :

Urevard Co., at the Court Hou-e, Titu- j LANDS BOUGHT AND SOLD.
again; at some future date. They left for from Titu-ville -urroundingcountry.\ .
yule, on Monday next, April 2nd, at j '
Ponce Park mornintr. Mr.
ye-terday ; Ticket -ale at J. Rirnbaunfclothing I Loans First Class at from 12 to 24 cent.
two o'clock. .\ large attendance is le- Negotiated on Security per
and MrLowden will feel rather lonesome "
-torL'dl11i :-ion ,)"(. and :;;c.ee I
jue-ted Colonel I). I. gulden; will i after the departure of two -uch : -mall handbill-: and programmeTWENTYSEVEN -. : Cliuirc l< it- Ill r.ijiMlv !Lrro\\inir! 'l'i.\v'll-. \\'ill lid iu\.,.-t"i- !11111" |? r

occupy the chair. pleaantiitor-. I mil. in t\\ <.Ivc nnnitli-.

-We learn that )Ir. Sam. Child-wa-1 ACRES Land : !:1.-.idl'IWI': : l ltt- in Titl1'ilt.tr"lll >::11)< ) 111|> to S !II"H''.
-A projio-ition ha-l>een made by MrHutc.hinon i .
married to Mi.. Gracie Hardee, both of about 0;(1(> rod; fronting on Lake Wortheveral ; In; -i11i'-- l"t- trt'in s-O:_" to :--I"I.: .
which will he ;
accepted by i
acrein tropical treeof all
Rockledge, yesterday morning. The happy : the town, in which ]he propose- to build kind- : oo' (> cocoanut tree,.")') in bearing ;
oiuple immodiatelytarted] north un' Agents for Florida Southern Railway Lands.
a colada on the new hotel and place lime-, lcnlomguava; -utrar-apple- in

their tvcddinatour, Mi'' Julia Robertam '' therein a four-dial town clock if the town bearing. Several acre- of;good hammock

Mr. Rob; Hardee them : :nd a 1 br: :::.' area of drained bottom laud. '
accompanying will pmcha-e the bell fur -trikinir; the Morithan :;..410UtIUOt'I"O! :: of ( 'iii I.altrlS.l1Nttc/I l l I Ill mallv1\I., :

a* far a" this place.Mr. hour-. Thi- bell could also lie u-ed for Price, Ltkt.rnrth., $:i.ouo. Apply. Fla.. to Porter iV Potter .11<; ouiity in the stale. Miitabhtor FarlUill ( ;nixing. Fruit Iud \'i.:ssttl'rmwing-fine. : :,

Rranuing han exhibition at a tire alarm : and lie-ide-, i town cluck - ( ; Cyj>rc--: :> and (' -,lar 'I'itnlil liriee );1 .IN.r .\c.r. al:'!

hi* store' :1pt'Ciult.'I1.A the Solan goo>e. will lie a valuable adjunct] t<> our place. INDIAN RIVER ART GALLERY \ip\vanl-

a native Scotland, which wa- found on Lets have it, by all mean-. 1'I O. Box '_>.">IP Titu-\ill. Flori.la.

the ocean' beard, near Indian River narrow '
-The -teamer .-. R. Whiteturte PICKKXS TIIJNKH
The color 1 while, with .
'' ipure a
down the river for Jupiter Monday, having ) A. A. STEWART. GEO. M. BOBBINS WALTER S. GRAHAM.
tinge of pink (bit the head :mtll1l..k It / otof/f: IJ"C I',
on board President Coleman, elf timeJaek Clrrk Circuit Court. Law.'I. I II
i rarely wn on thi continent. i Inow prepared j to do anything: in the Atty. at
;:-unyille'I'ampa and Key We-t Rail-

-A wild cat. which was caught in a 'unipanv and They Picture line.
way party. txj ect
View on Ea-t Coa-t and Indian Rivera BREVARD ABSTRACT OF TITLE COMPANY.
trap on the pMiin-ular. hal l been offered to be ;gone a few damaro< niim in

forale this week. It waaid to be 1. that vicinity During the ali-ence of the Specialty. .
nearly tame but the feroeioumanner in Hathe only Authori/ed PIUITOM'.APHOF ('otllplelt'<< ,\h>Jius of Tifl<<> iniii-lH (o all lamin lire
-.tc.tIlll'r1litt. thet amer Pindatai .
\ar t! ('ollnt l'loi-ia.
which it prowled when anyone put their i taking the run from here to Roefcledge.witl ] that haever tern ma.le :Jdurini;; their

false too dose to itcage, did not ;_O far i Herman I' I.dJl'cma..tl'r.. travel-. Orderhv mail teceive prompt Titles Examined and Perfected.Box .
attention. -1l!'-iimno.
toward proving the :ertion.
-The Firemen held an imj, )rtantmeeting
.. 23O, Titusville, Fla.
-A party of MMeen e\cur-ioni-t-iite at their hallMonday evening to ""VV ..A.B.NINGI -.

consider the advisability parcha-ini
; ]left here about !> cloth I DON T 15h III. KHViI. I' I.CoMMIs-I! ?N WE CALL THE ATTENTION
day. They hand tire engine for the protection of our >""<'- 1'. 11.! \ irth atr't-t..i t./ pay large
arrived about 1. here l>rut.' f.>r I.t., .-. >'ni. :mlkin-. hut ",11 your
at Roekledge they town from tire-. A-idefrom the regular (.,,,,idat l"IIl' Ii-r 1 Lazllt-"t l'rtrt.-i\h.i them to Ht the jK'Mpk- Indian llixer to iin-tlJ'k of 4o.i .1-.

remained for three or four hour, arriving memlier- number of our prominent C. E. PONTIER: & Co. \\ hichc are oik-rim at \cry 1-i<.-tu.M.'in..: .

home about 7 in the evening.; Everyone huinl'IUt"n were pre-ent, who felt in- We make .1 -|-nciahy; Iif
Oil.iutlo. I l.i.. lion ::?: : fir Tallll'a, n.i.,
,voted fine time. Captain Ruie commanded terc-ted in the consummation t.f themove. flux ::1).

the Cleo. A committee of tlm con-i-tim i \w.tN TII' 1'41 m-y
s. ;: Groceries Grain and Flour

-Wo retvhed a plea-iint] call]] from .. of Me.r-. (;ei). l;. Rumph. R. l'. .rcriin- ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND Hay ,

of New York and H. liiINMh' .irt. Mr. .1. R. >
Terry, ytterday geour Ray were appointed to .
Omm which" wII: _i\'t. 'ial illluI't'ult'ut.. 11',. I.lr.\ .. ," !k "!
ALLIGATOR SKINS. I' "Iit cttrv .m
morning, on hireturn from down! -ecuic termrice- and capicitie-

the river, where he and several of his different machinetheir; ft.'port to be HERON PLUMES GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS, BOOTS AND SHOES, HATS AND CAPS, ETC..

family havej>etiteveral week-, -ttp- made out and furnished at aearly a AND BIRD SKINS OF ALL KINDS ft"'I\; t.
Which 1 otferiMirat low will find I it ;:
date as practicable. The -njrge-tion ofa .. we are figureThoe net'.lmhlll'; -
bought III -a'ii ijuoution- *rut on al'pli'at.on.Ir'r"J..f'
ping; most of the time, at the Carleton hand tire engine! mentioned in the :-Frtot.tIOlual lUnk ot latnja I'or their intere-t to give ua call awe are -ellinirhoe MTV lo\\ .

: Melbourne. We I hope to :ee him on STAU la-t 'H'l.k.l'em.- to be the opinion {iirHi.'r 11\1"I'ma1I, call) on or a..Mre!\s C. EYuNrIF.La We will be plea-ed to quote prici- at allY time.
: \: t' i Mlanlo m Box J-7:
Indian River winter entertained alnu E. L. Bn.O.
next r \.ul1. by -t evervone. or Tampa 11.1. Doji' oo Cm BB.ADY