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Title: The Florida star
Uniform Title: Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Star
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: S.W. Harmon
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: April 19, 1888
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note: Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note: Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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VOL. vni. TITUSVILLE FLA. THURSDAY APR. 19
1888. XO. 52. ,

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Anrantia. Capt. T. G. Carter and company suc- The schooner Corrinne, of Ormond, The Republican Conventionat STATE XE1TS.

Two of Mr. Quinby's cows recently ceeded in their trip down the coast to Capt. Shaw, with a party, are stoppinghere Melbourne. Telephonic communication baa been ,

added to his stock an appreciable in- Miami and returned safe and sound, having for a few da's.The Special to the Star. established between '.
f St. .Augustine and s '
t I. 'L accomplished the object for which hack came from Lake Worth this MELBOURNE, Fla., April 18th. Jacksonville.The .

" }!r. A. L. Dickinson is honored by arisit they made the trip.It evening with five passengers, bound The Republican convention was held people of Kissimmee have offered

from a whilom resident and large is reported, and the report is proba- north. Not many more left. here this afternoon at three o'clock, with a site free of charge to the countfor the

hud owner in Aurantia, Mr. Marshall, bly true, that one of our first purchasershere Two years ago the Inlet was closed and Mr. Walter Goode as chairman. location of the county buildings.
Ill. in Georqiana Mr. is if the Delegate from Brevard to the Palatka
DOW of Chicago, Lyman, fresh water killed all the oysters, but
bargain is not already made to be- convention to be held on the 24th Mr. Misses Futch and Lowd, of New
Sweet, Esq., the successful real estate soon now we have oysters in the Sound large ,
C. come the owner of another valuable prop- Geo. M. Robbins Smyrna, caught an enormous saw-fish 4
Titusville
agent of accompanied by enough to eat.
erty here. The object is to extend The following were selected fora Tuesday. It measured over fifteen feet.
persons
from the grove
llr. Turner,photographer, same The steamer City of Columbus, in
excursion to these planting.Mr. county committee : James Paine, A. Stanley Fletcher, late managing editorof
yacht parts, command
city, on a of Capt. Hildreth, of Merritt'sIsland
paid a brief visit to the home of Mr. E. Kingman, who early in the win- I with Dr. Holmes and family, Dr. Bolton, Geo. Warren, G. Mackenzie:: the Jacksonville: AeuW/miW, died at
which Mr. Turner ter purchased the Baker and Geo. M. Robbins, E. P. Wilbur, GeorgeG. New York Thursday of consumption.
g. Quinby, during secured property, 1 Moon and wife, Mr. Dennison and family, 1
some views of the scenery about who is an esteemed citizen of our place, of City Point, and several other parties, Gleason. The postoffice at Blake has been dis- I
The county committee is to organizeand continued and hereafter all mail a 1
here. left on Saturday last for his Northern are visiting Jupiter and Lake Worth for that
home,.to look after business there until appoint precinct committees at burg will be delivered at the Daytona
from the of
Jfiss Duncan, vicinity The mail boat came down' last Friday
Cocoa
the
1st of
R.
on May. office.
fall. We are indeed to such
sorry see 0 'u
Gainesville, Fla., accompanied by Mr. with a good list of passengers, and laid !
men go, though it be only for a time. At Sanford Thursday Sheriff Anderson
Ill. -
McDonald, from Sterling yisited over on Saturday to let them have a dayof Life Saving Station.
to look after Have just learned of the of arrested and locked in the county
Aurantia recently an orange presence sport-fishing, surf bathing and
JUPITER FLA. April 14 1888.
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grove. They were the guests of E. S. I I some new men in our midst prospecting gathering shells on the beach. She re- Editor of the Florida Star: % jail Oliver, the colored man who has been

Quinby, Esq. Mr. Sterling was favorably for making purchases. The surveyor is turned on Sunday with the snail.Lake DEAR SIRe to that the bringing packaged from Enterprise for
regret
impressed with the richness of Au- on the ground measuring off two or three say parties in Sanford, on a charge of selling .
life
saving crew at the Jupiter station is
rantia soil as compared with that of other' 8 or 10 acre lots at the lower end of our Worth. whisky without a license. m
to be discharged on the 1st of May, 1888,
parts of the State and contrasted with settlement. This looks like a real in- Plenty of rain the past week. !I The water in the '\"ekh'ni't r i is lower -
which
will leave the station in charge of
that of his own. He hopes to have the tention. We hope these .new men may More tomatoes than the boats can their commander, Captain Carlin. Now than has been known for some time

pleasure ot repeating his visit ere long: be fully pleased, settle in our midst and carry. is the time this meritorious and deserving past. This has driven the fish out of the M

from State become good neighbors and citizens. creeks and low lands into the channel of
When gentleman a -
a especially The Deerhound left on the 4th, bound crew, under the command of their
celebrated for its deep rich loam the river, making bas: fishing unusually 4
The Hall boys are about to start the north. fearless and courageous captain, are do
and mucky soil is pleased with that of large loop called the Wave as a trade successful and enjoyable. J. B. Stein '
The Illinois ]left .on the 7th with a load l ing good work. The inlet is very near
Aorantia, we may justly feel assured boat from There is metz alone captured over seventy-five1 ,
our place. one thing of tomatoes. '.' closed, and only for the noble work performed
that the fertility of our hammock lands certain, whoever trades with them will by this crew navigation would bass in the past week trolling. ,
Mr. Robert Moore left the B.
on Mary
,beyond question. be quite likely to find them honorable for a trip north. have to cease. I know, from my own At Tampa Monday night about 11 h

A sojourner at the home of E. S. Quin and upright in their dealings, giving personal observation, they were called o'clock, S. B. Knight was awakened by a

by, Esq., for the last fortnight u a vegetarian what they sell. We bespeak for them a The Bessie B. arrived from Jackson- out five days last week to help passing noise in his sitting room, and on investigation -
villeon the 14th.
from the rocks and hills of Con- share of the trade on the river from boats. I hope the Life Saving Board may found a man trying to open bin

necticut, who, until recently, has been those who esteem it a favor to get their The Corrine, of Ormond, is here with be induced to,.keep this good and nobly safe. lIe ran across the room to get his

busy in portraying the picturesque and supplies in this way rather than spend a pleasure party. work going. gun and the burglar jumped through the

tropical features of this portion of the time to go off for their goods. Dr. Potter and W. :M. Lanehart are at Very respectfully, window just ashe reached it. Mr. Knight

Flowery Slue. Unfortunately, he took, Last week a gentleman from the Eas- itusville on land business. SAILOR. fired, but missed the man, and as the t

by of exercise a pull in a little skiff .. gun had only one cartridge in it he got r.a
way tern States made a purchase of a coupleof : The Lilian B. lefton the 11th with 100

one hot day last week to Titusville and river front lots here in Georgiana. So crates of tomatoes via Titusville.The Ilockledge. safely away. He was a white man. Mr +f

back. Since his return his leisure has it goes-many others come and do like- steamer is on the ways for repairs The Rev. Dr. Bush gave the citizens of Knight was paid a considerable sum of I

been given to the saving of the contents wise. Capt. Swift is the man. rre has and the back now makes a through run. Ilockledge and vicinity a highly interest- money Monday morning. ;

", ,jftf a half box of oranges, said oranges, been on our river for some three wintersin ing and profitable discourse on Sundaylast The Farmers' State Alliance of Florida '
The Mary B. left for to Jnchon-
j .; from Turkey Creek, sold to him by the the past, and knows well what he is a trip at the Rockledge Presbyterian met in annual session at Madison.
yule on the 6th with full of to-
captain of the steamer Ilockledge (by the doing. No less han two or three others a cargo Church, upon the subject of Man's Redemption Thursday. The counties of Citrus, Bradford z.

way it was a "very bad sell "), were, were seeking the same river fronts, but matoes. ." He treated the subject in Lafayette, Gadsden, Walton, Lib- 1 !

two-thirds of them dropped fruit, rough, failed to do as the captain did-walk up, Up to April 1st 173 guests have registered so clear and convincing a manner that a erty, Calhoun, Jackson, Alachua, Marion,

: scaly and unmarketable. Five at the Cocoanut Grove House at I child would comprehend it and illustrated Levy, Columbia, Washington Madison
;/ rusty, : ask terms! accept them, pay the money yet ,(
were rotten at the outset, and the remainder and get the deed. The others could not Palm Beach. so full and forcibly that none Taylor, Holmes, Jefferson, and St1\YatlDee 1

of the lot so perishable that Ir. really believe that the purchase was a Church servir s last Surusy morning, could help being deeply interested. In were represented by the nnmber of delegates

Q's visitor, instead of finding daily pleasure real one ; but those who wanted said Rev. A. Dilly ofliciating, but rain interfered the evening he entertained a large audience allowed by the constitution of the> I

in leisurely eating this costly fruit, lots will have to talk to him now. It is with Sunday school in the after for more than an hour in a lecture order. Harmony and determination '

has found but a daily task in enforced I understood the purchase was made for a noon. on the religious feature of the marriage seemed to be the expression: of every fuse )

eating and assorting to much and funeral services and customs of the The old officers were reelected acclamation i
save as as home and settlement. It is said that Porter & Potter report a sale: oft fine by -

he can of it ; and this continual eating of only two or three more river front lots residence at Palm Beach for $7." 00. and I Siamese. The Doctor was a Missionary: and the installation took place ;

to it from decay is not the to Siam for five infer from at the court hou- A number of
anything save will be offered this spring by the same fifteen acres adjoining the new town ofLake yearVc e. tru-tcc

best condition in which to give a favorable party who sold to Capt. Swift, and these Worth for $S;)0 during the past his remarks:; that Indian River is the only stockholders are formulating plans to or- t

opinion, and our vegetarian friend lots arc superbly located. The fronts are week. section of country he has ever found ganize the exchange and make itt fixture.

will return to his Northern borne, we fine, indeed, with just moist land enoughon During the pa-t week Porter ,S: Potter ''in Ins: exten-iye travels equal to Siam --- -

four, with a memory of ]his visit to Rock- the Banana River side of them for ha'eohl 40 acreto Eugene Conrad-oii I in point of climate and products Sh'cu'd'nnnt)' 1.:UUllh:'>t.Thoc .

Ledge tinctured by an unpleasant Odor vegetable growing. These lots contain and*< 0 I aero to Cha-. J. Cragiu on the land of plenty, of profu-ion.: The Doctor who wi-h copies:; of the pamphlet !

of Turkey Creek, etc. from eight to ten acres each. The writer west !side: of the lake, and In< acres to will preach again for us next Sabbath descriptive of the Indian River country -

Mrs. Dr. Brown is wise in her day and would say to those who desire a beautiful J. Crajrin tin the l'tthlc.: I at 10 o'clock a. m., and lecture again; at will plea semi in their names, with '

generation. The 1} ctor'* home, in a home here on the river, now is: the time, 7 o'clock in the evening. All are invited the number desired and stamps fur po*.
( 'apt. J. B. I'rijrj-; ; who oilcrcd a lot in 1
(ark-I'kc; woodland of rrand old oaks, if easy terms for cash are expected. At he town of Lake Worth fora school, now I to come and c11joy the rare privilege tage, to the undersigned.i d ,

garlanded abundantly with Spanish moo, the coming fall prices certainly will advance gives; an acre of laud with fifty feet frontage of such instructive sermons and lecture A. L. HATH (for the County), f j

affords, her and child daily out-of-door to much higher figures, and will -. The following albathth Sun- City Point, Fla.
on the lake, as ho is convinced that
exerci the wc"tidl'! school is
: now an accomplished -
S for body and mind in lieautifying their ing to buy should go directly to Dr. His- will preach for u-, and we hope to :-ee a YVoiidcriul Cures.
fact. Wonder if he will increase
ground and thus saving the doctor's cock himself, a-k and get term: rather his otter in full hou...('. W. D. Hoyt & Co., Whole-ale and Retail '
the in land
same way ca-e -- --- of Rome Ga.
-- We
lock of than send feeler-around if Druggists says i
medicine for other people's : as such, -Us-:
throat should be wanted for church ptirpo-cs? Tlio May ne;: ,Ua.t have been selling Dr. Kings Xew Discovcry '
TI l'TO1. pected, will get little encouragement. Electric Bitters and Bucklem'sArnica .
'
About 7.;) share of stock in a new railroad _\ of the Oleander
----- -- The real purchaser, meaning;: bu ine*>,. a meeting Point Salve for four years. Have never I

Courtney Ink; Drops. j jIfcun I I| cnn mill will do better every time with company have l been stib-cribed for Picnic and Regatta Association, held at handled remedies that: sell as well, or 1

i here on the lake, and New York and, Cocoa la-t the :rive; such universal satisfaction. There
at last. It never was more welcome. }- him. Thursday, following prize: l'
I Jacksonville partiiwill take the balance rules and cla- :ifications have been some wonderful cures effectedby
i ----- -- : were adopted:
the-e medicines in this Secraleucs
city.
SI. I.urio li>ius.The of the shareThey will put steamers 'j
ITJZIX
The i
Mis-ca of have
Sunders have been spending : pronounced consumption
a few days with Miss Sam but have I mosquitoes are here again. on Indian liver, a railroad from Ju- Fiat prize i in first class",,,,..........100 been entirehcun.tl by use of a few bottles -
piter to the head of Lake Worth, a Second ................ [0 of Dr. King's Discovery, taken in
now returned to their home at long Mr. Tyler is having fine lou-e built. steamer on the lake and also( build a hotel First sec'nd" ............. ,. (JO connection with Electric Hitters. WeIlcncu's r
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Branch. Mr. II. Archibald will leave u- to- here Work will Second 4< ................. 80 guarantee them always Sold by all drug \.
The rl probably commence Fir.t third ................ .V 0 store4* on Indian River. 1 : Iz
ti'alt this place tin the 10th day.Mr. soon as it is propo-ed to have everything Second ., ............... 2Sweeptake -') -- -- ---- --- --- ''t fi i

lnst. was quite a success It was givenfor Harry Harvy working at Mr. ready before next fall.SCtlator prize........................... f 0 Her Youth. (..
the benefit of the Episcopal Church, :Maine's. -- -- Boats will be classed as follows: )Ir-. Phoclx Chesley, }Peterson, Clay I
hich will f -! ConKlinur Dead.Ev Co., Iowa, tells the following remarkable \ 1
Tiffin soon he commenced, r. II. Miss Nettle Gilford is leaching music i First class comprises Iwats of 2.j feet story, the truth of which is vouched fur i 11'J'

kindly giving the lot. The sum of I school at Mr. Bell's.le .Senator Coukling died at his re-i- j and upward : second clanfrom 20 to 2'j by the residents of the town : "I am 7.;{ I M! 4

qi0 was realized. The building was very dence in New York City at '- o'clock feet ; third class, from ir; to 20 feet.Xo years old, have been troubled with kid- M'! < i
tastily decorated with evergreens by the I received a pleasant call from ye-tenlay morning. Ro-coe Conkliug I class for flat bottom boats. Greatest ney complaint and lameness for many Hi i
Ws I Messrs.: :-'loughtl1l1 Everett. could not dress without f
8:1mIi..;, Sanders, )le.r J. I was horn Albany, N. Y, in lSii. He time allowance to be six feet. Entrance years ; myself m
Now I free from all and
D. rant, Ragan and Allen under the I I :\11'. Jennings met with an unfortunate was admitted to the bar at 21 and ;'JOw i help. am pain
at fee, $10 for the fir-t class ; $ pervteion of :\Ir J. H. Sans The la- accident by getting his house burned. aa great political leader. I le folllowed I second else",.-, and3 for the third class I housework. I owe my thanks to Electric

d'es. served il't- rcam, sherl ert, straw berfifcsand i ')Ir. 1*. P. Cobb has received his music polities until 1880, when he retired to and for sweepstake prize. Entrances Bitters for having renewed my youth,
I land removed all disease and "
many other palatable delicacies.becca's !. box from New York, where he sent it for practice 1:1His achievements aa I fees to be made to C. J. completely pain.
.' Try a bottle, uOc.and 1 $, at all drug
well was \"l'rmuch sought after -Ii repairs. leader, orator andtateman will ha"eUl I maker. Cocoa, Fla. Measurements hoon-I stores in Titusville and on Indian River

and the Flower Girl got more orders MrEliza. Russell left here last week enduring place in the chronicles of his made on the afternoon of April : ) I --- --- ---- --------- -
than she j restrictions as to ail or ballast. AOTICE.
could fill. But the ticket office for Lake Worth. She will remain there country.
i _- __ I, Five entries each clasrequisite: to i
Was !
the LAND OFFICE Gainesville Fla. )
at <
place where business I Ii ,
was tran- for some weeks. fill that cla: =:'. Time of race limited to S'!
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acted I The J., T. and K. '\ 11 K., from j February 20th) IRS, j
and Mr M. S. Sams was just the i hours for yachts in the first elm, which !'
Person to do it. During the evening the I Mrs. Maine and her son, Mr. Henry who-e locomotive escaped the parks i will ;govern all cInS('-. Should the race Notice i is hereby given that the follow- I
young j Maine, left here last week for New Haven which caused the destructive fire at Tav- not be finished in the time limit, the : ing-named settler has tiled notice of his .
people sang: several songs, and the Conn. to off the next day intention to make final proof in support ,
race come following.
ares on Monday is said to be willing to
Citations by the Misses Sams and Misses I Distance to be run by :yachts of the first II (I of his claim. and that said proof will be i
were greatly applauded. The only The men were called out again on the pay all losses occasioned thereby at fifty j''class, 20< miles second claw, 15 miles; : made before A. A.: Stewart. Clerk of

thing that happened to irtar the happi- public road. They have completed the cents on the dollar without :lawsuit.. : third class 10 mile- All yachts from Circuit Court. at Titusville. Fla.lIin. on Ic. I I r
viWilliam
ilsr. IvSS.
of i: bridge across the creek. made for the : Hill -horou h and Halifax Rivers, Jacksonville April I
all Arrangements are being I
Jc present was the rain, which :: of Miceo. Florida II. 1l.GOO.. for the }
Prevented any one from going home till 1 :j -- running of a telegraph line from Naplesto I sited to and jtarticipate.St. Augustine especially in- lots 4 and 5 section 7. town hip 30 outh, .

da411ght. Jupiter. Fort Myers, a distance of thirtyfivemiles. I range 3;, east.
The river is rising slowly. \I TIME KEEPERS: He names the following wtnee! $ to IJ:
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That will with
--- connect Naples R. U. BuRciiFiELD, S. D. GEIRER.JUDGES : prove his! continuous residence upon, 01I
Kcorgiaiia. Four sail-boats out at the Inlet this, the outside world by means of the International I I and cultivation of said land. viz. : Cha*.

Recent rains helped vegetation much, | morning. Ocean Telegraph lines. A wharf : : II. M. Evan=, Joseph Paine. Joseph
but J. O. SCOFIELD, G. F. EXSEY, Williamson all of Micco. Fla. ; amt
more is needed to keep things The much-needed rain has come a Naples is also being discussed; and I'
an grow tbe may H. E. ROBBINS, G.1'. IDXER, William Jam*, of Cocoa. Fla.
1 last, though not enough. built soon. JAS. STEtt ART. 4C( S. r. TlTl:EI:. Register.


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2 THE FLORIDA STAR, THURSDAY, APRIL 19, 1888.

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MALABAR CIGAR FACTORY.II. NOTICE. i !
OWNER. D CRIPTIOY. S. T.R: Tiles
II. C. Starck, Proprietor. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED i I ., A- V and

r and Domestic will be Sold at Public Auction on the (7th) Seventh Day of May. A. D. j Florida Southern R .1- all................... ........ ................- .......-14 36: ;;&-:> 64V(" tc.
Havana
Manufacturer of fine with fine (1888)) Eighteen Hundred and Eighty Eight, at the Court House, at Titusville, in way Company. all................ ......................... ......18 36 35.; g ; ?* r!
Cigars. Trade supplied filled. the; County of Breyard, in the State of Florida, or so much thereof as will be necessary -( all............................................ ...... 20 36 35, 40! .. i... 1"-
r hand made goods. Orders promptly 28 to pay the amounts due for taxes herein set opposite to the same, together i all......................................-...... ......,223635:: &IOi 640, S.J.1
Factory Malabar, Fla. with the costs of sale and advertising. all! ...... ...................... ................. ......'243635,6401, ( I .*. .i.;-
---- -- -- -- -- -- a II........................... ....-.... ...... ...... 2'all 3635640; .. 3
0,000 Budded Trees For Sale I ;! : : all..... ......... ......... ..................... ......,283635: : ; I *; ;..
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,*j. At Low Prices. NAME or OWNER I DESCRIPrIOS OF L.\SD. ". ? t i11 t. !f S I all............................................ .......:.3._) ob35i.', &to$40!
r 60,000 in Nursery. I' ''l: I =-= I t = I i ,... I,,=.... r-xJ I II : :oil....... .................................. ......... 0*"*-i,OQ*? .Q)0)-1'' t.tO* ."of.. %j;

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all sections 2 3456 .8...... .. ...... .........i! 1
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J Newly Furnished Rooms. I I ,22298., ) I-IO) ,21t':3 .all .................. .............................', 1283 :)111 I Ia0, :! '..
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t Special rates by the week or month. t :12s:29: 3,) (;-to'' 2 ,2 ![tall ...... .............................................'SIS1, : ::? **',. "I
I ,0'2:3' ) 2 72 al1.............. .................................:;: : ,13; "li! t.tll, 'a
\\'JI. JAHVIS, I'rop'r. ::3229$5:: I! I' '' 2 72:; all .... .............................................'2I.J330(:;: :; mo.. j ;:
+ '
I 1N'
Steamboat Landing. ':84208i' ;: tHO 2 ,2n all ...................................................'2633361;: :: .! tan! J :
Home to .
The Xeart :32933' G-1O:' 2,2n fall ...............................*..*................[2'33: : ::t.;)1{ lanj :!! |:1:1lal1
; 23I)85; 640,. 2,2 ................................................ ,:*O'***" :;;'i, t.to ;"*
SeculyluMBenefltSOCIETY 4' i i 4O3.: tHO( 2 i2 tall\ ... ............................................. ..,:;2 ;;;1p:;'j: ilu .:
I 66ot3'; :,; l-10; 2 ,2 'all .... ......... .......................,............,,3133301; t moJail :! ,
C 8O85: .' tHo,: 2,2 ................................... .............. 36: ( :hlili i: mo ,_' ":
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10 30 :357; 1)-101 2 72 I"I all .......... .. ............ ..........................,' 234361. mo. r];
,12 ::30J.: '). 6-tOi 2,2 'aii ...................................................!: lir* ;?; *, 1).t41 : :"-.
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4' ''l-l30,: .');: H-10 2 ,2 :all..31 i\ 36;;; mo j ;_
OF : 1S30.: 6101, 2 72 'all.............. .... .............. ......... ........:, > :>4:5 .6 20 :10 3S: : G-101 2 72 '! .... .. ............................................: 103436; mu :j: -".
NEW orn.I' {::. ., :228O3, ,: .): ti-10; ; 2'2 tall ..."...............................................;i:12'311! ;;'i;'; i 4o. J -, *'
'24803610! 2 72 l lll......... ............ .............................:;114 fi.:31361: !| last' i :J! 7 '
No. 233: Broadway, N. Y. !2d30'3.1' :; 13-101 272 !lall I. .. ........."...."..... ........ ."....... .i 313tau;: : ;I :! ;:
+ !8130'' '33610: ;! : 2 72 ''all.O.!! !! !!' 4:11: : ;( tan 2 >

LIFE INSURANCE AT ACTUAL COST 1 8O80 2'2 111 .... ..............."*.""" *."*...." ... ... .'' :!! :4 31 Iil t:.'II. .1. ; .
n :1323O3.3: :;1 1-10. 2 72 1311. !!! 2* :14all..2t8431:{6 'mo :1! TJ
SEND FOR CIRCULARS. 1 ; ; 7*
:3-1:30:3: : :>j IHO; 2 72 ...|, miti 2
---- --- ----- -- ':16303.:; 22n t all ...... ....... .....-.............................,2. ::.31317: <; frill I I,: '"-
Opened for the Season.erA I 2:3113.: } .,-101 2 72 all!! ...... "........"..f................."......... :;:30i34 i 35; i)4oi 2 *,2.i
43133 tHO'' 2 72 ..:all:......:...........................................i i:12113b,i: : ;;I tau 4 I '-1 ;;
man who is interested in his own 6'31:35: 6-10 2 72 all ........................................... ........ '!:3 ij 1 i J4: :w J,4ll: :J! :*
welfare will be pleased to know that 831'35; 6-10 2 72 all .................... .............................!:W3'7i)1), '
ANDREW GIBSON 10,313.) 6-10 2 i2 0 all .. ................... .................. .. .... .... :',:>536:' ,' tangy. j >.-
12.3113J, G-10 2 72 all ...... .................... ......................, -11.-i.: 'J\} } tUiM 2-2
' Keeps the finest oysters to be found in 143113.; :; 6-10 2 72 all ........... ............................ ...... .. .. 6,3536,' h4111| 2'2.
Tltusvllle t. 18:31:35,: : 6-10 2 i2 all.......... ................. ......................I N3536'": :: : mu 22l
2031135 6-10 2 72 all l .... .. ............................."............. 10J3536: mo) .. .,.".
AND SERVED IX STYLE TO SLIT PATRONS.O 22'31 3.) 6-10 2 72 all.................... ........................ ..... J7rp6, :; 040. :! --.!..
2-1'31135' 640 2 72 all..... ................................. ....... .... 14.J53b: } : :
Ol :
183536: ..
j Plain and Fancy Cake made to order.Balers 2d3135! &to 2 i2 & '
: i
Bread always on hand. 6-10 2 72 :, i ...
% ..
t ; 30:313J: 640 2 72 : : : 60U :
Also a first-class Barber shop attached. 3231'3 6-10 2 i2 all ........... ... ........................ ........ ... 22j3o&' : mo 2 j a
Meals at all hours; from 5 a. m. to 11 p. m. 3-1131:35: 6-10 2 72 all ................................................... 24,3536, G40 2 72
Parties deslrng to leave on morning mail ;sti3135'; : 6-101 2'2'I all .... ............................................. 263530 mo :: ,2
boats and hacks will please note this. 23235 8'6 3 2U1'3233 all ............. ...... ............ ?s 3)36" mo :J 7Jan

u 83(; 3 29 1 ............."T..zz; ; ; ............... ... j0135, ,3' mo 2:2
PIONEER COOPERAGESyrup 63235 832 :3 29 all ................................................... :, 1.>. fj mo :272
83235 6-10 2 72 all .............................................. .".. 343536, mo: 2 "T2
Barrels $2.25. H 10'323.5 G)5; 2 72 all.................................................. 3635 3. mo I :2 "I.*.,

Gauged to order. ten cents extra. all frac............................................ 1232 474 15 all ................................ 23636: m an.................. ....._........................ ...14 ...)..:1 647 I 2 72 aii\\.T!!!!!;!;!;!! .......".................... ... 43631: 6tl t> 2:2'.
Wheelwrighting and Repairing. IS 32 3.), 642 1 2 72 all .......... ......... ............................... 636:36: mHH <1 :2 j.
2O3235' .1 t'3-! 2 72 ..................."........................... .. 836 36 mo 272-
j C. O. B. 222323I, u\-I 2 72 all .................... ..............................10:3630: mo 2-

Honey barrels and Oval Water Breakers all frac...... ........................... ............ 24'32:351:: 1731, 2 15all. all .... .. ...................................... .... 123636' mo 22all 72
from $2.00 up. ........ .... ....................................... -., d_,' t' -I 2 72nel ...... ........................ .............. .. 143636:: : moj f 2 ::
Tanksand Itej of uw Is ofltw t......, ,! )1 J-t'l I all..... ......................................... ....1 IS3636 1 mO; ( | 2-2
and s 1 2S: 32 ')5 I 610'''' 2 7 2all. all............................ ................... .... 2036&: ; mo| 2 -.2

all Kinds ot COOPER WOUK to orderT. ...........:.r..I-I.I................ ...... ................ ..1 32,3, it I G1S1 2 7.2 all ...... ......................................... ... 223636 mo 1 2.2all 22
JOHNSON .32232,3.: 6-10j-I; 2 72 ................. 24130 I.: 3ti',,' mo ., .,
1'-i )" u.)11 1 ...). -. -.) aii"z.z; ;; ;! ; ;!! ; ;; ................. ( 0)4) w -., -7;

LaGrange, : : Florida. all frac...................... .................... ..'36,3235'" -1--1'! _.) 15U all. "'"...... "."*. .. ............................ 23636 6-11< | -. .''.
a --- -' - -- -- 2.:333.: ;! 6-10! 2 72 all !!......................-.......... ...... ........ 3u 3636 : -j.*
u I 48337':;: : ':. (li-101 2 72 all. ...... .................*.."*............... ..... 3:! 3b-1 I 2 :...
4 Live AlllgatorsWauted i (6,33 35j I-tO: 2 7 2 all}I ............................... ............... ... 313636: ;1 mo 2.-..
u I s8:8.: ); fj-10 2 72 all....... ................................. ....... ....30-56 36 mo I.2 -4-,'
f 10.33 35: fj-101 2 12 'all.............. ............... ...................... 23736all t.tl.; =.) -'.",
X12'33:35: : : G-t0' 2 72 ......... ....................................... -i'3736 64111 :'
WE WILL PAY X14/I 333.i; 1)-10, 2 72 all.............. ...... .......................... ..... 613736( mt>(, :2! _
15333.: ;. 6-10. 2'2 all ........ ................ ..."*.................... jr.1.'3726{ 610t. I
1 Twenty Cents Each and Express charges '2O838: .;: 1i-10'; 2.:! all..........".......... ....................... .'. 103736: : 04") 7-.,
!22 ::3a; i10: 2 72 aii!............................................. ... 12 37,:&I ) :
for small Live Alligators ,I 2433,3: ;,; G-10 2'2 all .. .. ........................._............ ..... ... H3736w : I tH'j ..oJ. '..
j-l.:; :''.3..)i.-i 0')1 1: 6-10', =_; 7_:; i and n e i .......'................. .......... 1SJ3736all ", r.) 1.
:, In f/rf of Fifteen and Cjnnml l8. n e 1 c Ion w I and s I."t'I' .'3::0')0-,: I 2 -1-1 .. .... .. .......................... ..... ..... 20-3736 I-: : I 6111 i -of,i:

all...'........... .............................. .......;30 :3:;'3.1: i 6-10'' 2 72 lal1......!. !.!..................... .....!.....!...... 22(37( 30 I 64H) 2 -...-...
\ SONS all........................................ .... ....H'3:! 3: ::3.1 (ti4t; 2 7 2al ...... "..... ...... "... .... ... .... .1.21'376I6-I"I: : 1 2
..\\DELL : 33 3.j 2 7 2 all .......... ...!.!.......!.....!!.... !!!!!!! :2ti37 w' t y.
1 ...... ........... ...... ................... .... ...,3-1 ; li-10 -.1 1 .
'l::1. Vine St., Jacksonville 'In. all... .............. .......................... ......:;3038:1: fj-10 2 72n ,all .. .. ...............................................|2s,3736,! : 64O| 2 l''-
I .U. 1 and c I of S w 413.100:; ,:; :; 1 S7a1L ''w J and n e \ ...........-................... ....,,3037| % 4t:....1 2 .11!

.......... .............1..1................... .... .') G343 1 (640 2 7' all fractional ................................ .. ..',32j373b{ bVt oto2\ "
all............. ..... ... .. ......... ............ .. ....1. 8'3-1' ::3:) G-tO' 2 72 al1.3-t' ,-.3, 3t;/ 2 :2all .. J
{ to All north !...... ......... .................. .... ... .. ...!X1O343 5 :320 1 5, I ..... ....... ............_.........._......... ..13613736: 640: :2 ::M-
: Important all..... ......... .......... ...... .. ......... ... .... ..:.14-135: : I-tO; 2 72 1 w *- ...... ....... .....................................11' J3037 i: :._: :320''!' i l'j '
all....... .......... ... ..... .... .............. .... .' 18,3-1,3.:;: tj-10 2 7 2 u w | and5- 1.j ................................. ...1,.'.JOo00'i: !I\1 *I)

all............... ........ ....... ......... .. ..2' -' 2,23435' 30'37 i'| 640| 1 J
II of net n \ of 11 w s ) of s w 1 :. : 2-10' 1 31 \\al1..I.-1, ,30 3'; IbW ,.1.. .J

in South all................-..... ............ ............ .... .. ._)-1'3-1,35,, tHO'' 2 7'2e ... ,')'33-1 641.1I -: ."
The most important crop ofnejsofnwands.L.121)H:1j100: : : 244all. I aii"\\7.r!!!! !!!! !!!! !!!!!!! !!!!!!!!!! 4.3337; tTl4" :2 :;

Florida is the Oran e crop. and everyone ............... ................ .. .......... .. ... .. .:25135:; ; r-1o'- ;, 2 12a I all..... ................................?...........I 63.37!' ; 64l1t( 2 1-..
:)03-1 3:)' 640.) 2 72 all...... ....... .......... ...............?........... >':=3337', 641J1< Si: ;
s-hould endeavor to ecure a :lod .. ::33-1:3: :' : IHI-; ': 2 72 I all.......... .. ....................................... 10'3337.'! 'I 640.,. :.2,:.. ;{.
variety of orau e in planting a ;:ron 61 ::343435, 6-10 2 72 all "'''''''.........,................................1 J I i:?'33 37 64<* -' .I..,
have 4' ::31).3-13). tHO 2 72 I all ...... ...........JL.............................. ..| .3:331' 64o, 1.;.
To do this, and :set: such fruit as. u 2,353.)1 tj-1o, 2 7! all ...................................................'!'is3337'; '. 640! ....
taken premiums at many of our State h : 43535: G-1u. 2 7.1'I all..... ..............?.........._............. ....''oo3337' 6*" "- ::;
; 6.3..331:; 6-10; 2 72 all... .. ........................._................. .! >337: W' ;:
Fairs and at the New Orleans Exposition. all..................... ..... : 64 UI 2 .-
4 i s3535, :;; 13-10 :2 12 ................?...... 43337': :
buy your trees from C B. Maw .. !103535 IHO; 21.2E I all..... ....................?........................6:3337: 640)) ,j"
20t .. : :1233.; tHO 2 72 I all ..........................?.......................'-K,3337: 641H oO.4";
Cruller A: Son. RocUedjie.: Fla. .. 14'3535: G-lO 2 721h i l 1.all. l...... ........................_................'30,3337', .'' 6n J 13

1 : 183.) 3.), tHO; 2 721 all...... ....................-....??........... .... '32,3337: 640 -oJ ,;
i" '203535; 640 2 72: all... .. ........................................ ..... "34,3337,' 640 : ;;
St Lucie House 1: .. ;223533. : ,: (j.IJ: 2 12 I fall .. .. .. ................................._.......... 36'3337 64" ;
,, ,, ,243535 1.40. 2 t2I iall ................................................... 3437 W -* ;
I I I.. 12d 35,3.7: : ;, lriO;, 2 62 I all .... .........._...._...._...._.................'' 43437: tj.1Il; -oJ ::
INDIAN RIVER FLA. I I ,. \\2835'3.; :> 6-10. 2 72 1all..1 I I 63437 6f!, .-..) :J
t I .. :30\33.35j ttO 2 72 : tall................. ......................_.. ........ .1 i I 83437 b- 2 .'....
I ,. .' ::3')\0',,-) u..J')":, 610.' 2 72 I I ,all..... ............................................,103437; ( 64" = ;;?
? Having been refurnished is now openedfor .. ,34'3535: : 6-10; 2 i2 : all.-..'.......-...........,'I:.)313QW' :; ;!
guests under the managementof : .. 3G 3.) 3.) 6-10, 2 12: I Iu all....................................?........... 143437 64U : ;;
its old proprietor and +t 2'3t3,35, tHOi; 2 12''; all ................................_...._........... 183437 64> .=. :
owner. t. ; 4.36,35: 6401 2 72 I II all ...................................................'203437 6W- .) ;-.,
I .. t I : 6-101 ; 3437 64v c..,
6.3635;, ;, 2 i' a'f
I .. I ................ ...........243437 1TS > -:
Jas. Paine Prop.St. I t i 8:36'35: : tHOj; 2 i2 : a n .. ...........-....-. i\ :? 'oO
.. ;103d3.' :> G-t0. 2 721 all ....... ......._...._...._......................'263437 W, .J.. :i
Lucic, Florida. 1 .. '123635. : 6-10; :2 72' all ...... .................. ................... .... .... 28-': 31." tf



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THE FLORIDA STAR, THURSDAY, APRIL 19, 18SS.OWKEE. 3 !

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4 Taxes Taxes
: DESCRIPTION. S. T. R A. and OWXER. DESCP.IvrIox S. T. R A. and
, Costs. Costs.

72 80uthern }'ft'l. all ................................................... 3034- 37- 6-101-:7 2 -Jacksonville, Tampa all.................................................. _1237 38 6-10 2 72R S. H. RAY
?2 H\t way Co. all.................................... .............. 32 34 37 6-10i 2 72 Key rest R'y all ...... ........................ .............. .....14 37 38 640 2 72 ,
12 all................................. .................. 3434 37 640!I' 2 72 Co. all........... ....................... ............... 183738 G-t0 2 72
.11 all................................................... 361,3.37 640' 2 72 all........... ..................................... 6-10 2 72all. ..
12 all................................................... 23537: 640 2 72 .....................................................203738:! tHO 2 72 t
11 all.. ............................ ..................... 43537, 640 2 72 .'111 ................................................... '.., 33"8 u-t;> '0 ._) -, 23S Successor to J. C. Norwood and Co.,
11 all ................................................... \ ,
63537, 640, 212 all........ ......... ...... ............. ......... .. 213,37, 640 2 72
7t all................................................... 835137' 640', 2 72 all. .... .... ....... ............................. ...283738' G-t0 2 72
7t all ................................................... 1035,37;, ; 2 72 all. .. ......................... .....................t30: 37 38 6-10 2 72 TITUSVILLE, FLA.Cen'l .
7t all 1235,37' 16401, 2 721 all..... .......................... .................323738 G-t0 2 72
" all 143537 1 6-101 2 721 i all ........ .............................. ..............34373S: 640 2 72
all 183537' : 640!| ipi I I all.................................................. 3137; 38 60 2 -. .-) g)
7i all 20'35; 37 640'| an .................................................... 4137 3ft 659 272all
71 all 22',35'37,' 640 272 .... ............................................. ... 6 37 39 656 22
all 243537! : : 640, 2 72 :ill ................................................. .. 3739 640 .-, 72rv
7t all 203537: ;: C40104ft! 2 72 k of 8 ej w !.... ......................... ...1j03739 -100 1 87 Ma
Sl all............................_.............. ...... 2813537: : ; :! 22 all. .. .. ............................................I..1S3739\ tHO 2 7-2 Merchandise
74 all : ,: 640' 2 72 all .. ................................................. I 3- .')) i -'l) 2 72all
all 32i3'37\1' : '! 640640J! 2 72 ....................... ...........................1')0.. 1'- 30 6402 75
4 all : ;,, \ '' 2 72'' :\11...... ..... ...... ................... ........... .. 37 :39 tHO 2 72
i2 all :30:35 37 640 2,2 I ill .. ................................................125 37 3.1 G-IO 22 STORE.
72 all 2,3637, 640 2,2 all. .. ......... .................................... ...3O3739, : tHO 2 72
5& all 4136: (;:371 Ii4U1,' 2 72 all ...... .................. .............................323739 610 2' 72
all 03637} 640! 2 72 all .... .. ......... .................................. ....3437139\ i -10 2 7 2'V
all .................................... .............. 83037lft,3037' 640|! .-, 72 2 1 ............................. ......... ....... ...... i! 3')0 2 7 2
all ;!:, 64004ft1' 2 1' I'I'ie all unsurve'ed part of..1 43&33\: I: -1-10 2 02

72 all 123037,;: f :: 2 72 all unsurveyed part .................... .. .". 61J633,: 560 2-I I propo-e: to keep
it all 14,36;', ::3718'36,37i 6401! 2 72 all unsurve.yetl part of. .................. ....I! 1361a3 360 1.-1
i2 all :: ;,: 640; 2 72 all unsurveyed part of.. ...................... : 160 1 02
'
i 72 all 203637: : n-lo' 2 721 all: unsurveyed part of. ............ ......... 2' 3633: 120 8'9
72 all 22,3637), > ) ()4o 2 721!\ all unsurveyed part of.. ......................i2SI3&33 GOO 2 59 A First-Class StockOF
72 all 24'3G': ( :'37' 640: 2 721 all! unsurve'cd part of.. ......................1343633\ 600 2 59I
72 all 2636'371, 6101 2 72 I FitU'.ville Division, of.all .... .. ...... ... .................................... 5 20:! ';34 667 ;;:
7' all 28 I 36>,:37'\ 640164ft', '2 72 1.Palatka & Indian UiVl.lll.... .. ........ .......... ....... ......... ............ 7120134 682 72 ---
13 all 30,36, 37 ', 2 72 Railway Company all fractional! ...................................... 9 2034: 562 2 59 i
; all 3236,37: ', 640'': 2 72 ill fractional.......................... ......... ... 15,2034, 40 61
ti all 34'36'37;'' 640, 2 ,21 ill .. .......... .................................. .. ...17, 2034| 641 2 72
71 i all 36 36(;'37 640, 2 721 lot 1, 2, n 2 lot 3 and 4..................... ..J19!. ,20,34: 270 1-16 I
it all................................................... 237,37: ,,: 640'': 2 721 ill fractional...... ............................ ......212034\ ; 50 61
72 selofnei\ vf Hof ue J..................., ; : I ill fractionaL.. .. ...... ...................... "',332034: 52) GROCERIESJI I
72 nrvands i; ....................................I 4 37:37',I 600'I', 2 5S 1t I' lot 1 and 3................................ ..... ....:35,2034[ ; 1 81 89
'I all ...................................................I 6,37:37,!, 640 I'! 2 "; 2 I elofnelnwlands 1 J "I ...... ............ ... 1 21-34 2-1-1
72 all 837,37' ,. 640lft'3737 'I 2 I'l I all .. .... ..... ......... ......................... .. .. 321 6601 2 72
7! all I 640, 2 72 all .. .. .............. ......... ............... ........ 5 2134 : 2 44 I
7t all 1237371; 640i, 2 72 all .... .. ........ ......... ........ .............. .. ..' 721: \3' 5331\ 272 ,, DRY '
1% all 143737: : ]. 640' 2 721 all .... .. ....... .. ....... .... ............. .. ...... 1 ',2134 640 2 72 GOODS .
.I. all 1 183737:; I 640': 2 72 n and n i of s e } s.'w: \ of sea and s w i..111'214, ( : 600 2 59 ,
"
Ii 12 all 203737} 640', 2 72 \ all .... .. ......... ................ .. ......... .... .... 1321l521 640 2 72
7t, all (,223737'" 640( ,.' 2 72 ,, iv \ ofsc1s i of so } and w i........ ...! 3-1'' 440 203:
1 I% all ........................................... ......... 24 37'37 I (ti-to), 2 7 21 all.,1." 2134 640 2 72 NOTIONS = 'xr
7,'. all 2137.371 I 640'' 2 72 e ofne1\ ...................... ... ............ ..... 801, 74 ,
7 2 all 2837371: 6401! 2 72 I ..ill .... ...... ......... ......... ....... ... ......... .. ,91", > 113'1 640 '-) 72II .
1. all 303737, :i 6401)i 2 72- i of n w 1s w } of n w \ n w \ of s w ]1..1 2321J34! ,, 160 12 }
i2 all I':32; 37371 640 2'2 s w 1 of n e i and n w \ s \.............. .. .. 25 2134'| 520 2 31 Jlells' LiuliiV A.: Cliililiins'CLOTHING
7 7t all :543737i:: 640, 2 721 f f7t all .. .. ............................................... 27 21 640 2 72e
all 1:5637'37 640) 2 72 I ........ ....... .. .. ...... ................. ....29,213-1, 320 1 58Riilev
72 nrv J and s i ....................................I':30 ''i j I ,: \ all?.... .....:.:.......:....:.. ....:......... .. .... ....3312134,1 i' 22 -
7t al1.1'!:; i =- I, ill .. ........ ................... ............ ..........I.'-',., 2134| 610)I '2 72 SHOES. ; : '
7! w J ofsw.1.......................................[,828238all I;'" I i 4 85: I ill ............................................... .. .. \22,34, 630: 2 72
72 ...................................................' 0 33 38'' 640 I 2 72 I7t I all .. .................................................. 32234, 630 2 72 1\\1
all........ ................................... .....1 I' 83338all : I' 640!I 2 721 17t .I c J of ne J 1.. ......................................... 92234, 80 74 hi ,
, ................................. .................' 18,33'38all ; 6401 2 72 -) I all fractional.... ............................. .. .. 2234 532 2-1-1
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,.. ............... ..................... ..............'208338'' 04ft I I 72 all fractional..... ............................. ...1522134! 120 89
72 all.2'! 33,38 (i-lOI 2 72 I all fractionaL............... .. ..................... 12135: ) 163 1 02 I 1.A.TS
7' jail ......... ................................. .......'|80) 83'8S> 040(I I 2 72 I wi of n c',: .1)1"35 SO 74 I! {
II \11....................... ............ ... ...........'1"1.323338' :: 040: 2,2 w-} of nrv 1 and s w ] 1 1 7 21351 240 1 31 II. ,
'
79 j\v J of n w :J w "'f" w .a.1 ....................'I.,343338all" !1 160;!I 1 02) all fractional... .. .......1..1.Iii 2135', 240 1 31 :
.1. .1 1 4 34,3S' -IOi 2 72 I n i and 1 w \ of s e ] and SV .J.1 .......... .. ...113')1'35 560 2 44 .
,
al1..1 6,34:3S 640, 2 72 n w J of n e \ s J ofnese&sofn! \
7t .....ill..1 I j 8848sw 640,' 2 72 wlscanda 1 f. w .a., ...... .. ..... ...!. 10 1 21 "V"'t.')r: \ 215
it 4 and n of hcj_ ....-1...................... 10343S: : -1(11); 1 87 I all fractional.... .. ....... .. .......... .. ....... ..!23J21H 185 1 18
7' .ill ........ ............................................ IS,34 IK;' 640: 2 72IS I i of sot s w 1 of so } and s w \....... 125'2135' 600 25'0 lli
all. ..................... ...... ............ ....... '20 34 :{Si| tilU2\ 7 2 all fractional.. .. ... .. ...... .............. ..... ...135,21135, 127 89
l' all ............................. .... .................I.22343S'. 1\ (640,i' 2 72 > w \ of nv 1 and s "J...... ................... ;.'2235 I: 360 1 74 1
it w kof n w i w A of s w \........ ............!2034,38,, 100! 1 02 lot 2 anI................. ...................... ...1. .2235: 131: 89 1
1. .,11..1-' 13-1","J., ) G40 2 72 lriikno\\n n i of lot :3.. ........ ................................:30 20 34 -10t 70
is ...... ....................................... .......,::..,348s'.': 'j| 040'; '' 2 72 o of lot 3.. ........ ......................... .. ..., 33038,: 27 3 29 Gent's; Furnishing Hoods
12 all 1 182313s: ', 640| 2 72 1 fractiona.l .. .. .. .... ................... .........3212338\ 17 1 02
12 all ,:3KU3s353s' Glut, 2 72 lot Indian River: City: .. ............. .. ....... 33,2430: 89
7 7' all" I -.' ": ', 640J)'j 2 72 I lot 7 Indian River City..................... .. 332430: } 89
1 ALSO
72 all 4353s6353s' :: 6401) 22 lot Indian liver City.. .. .......... ...... ... .'3324301, 89
i2 all II : : 040'' 2 72 lot 19 Indian liver City ........ ....... ... ,1332430lot : ( 89
j1
7! ""all 83x381' ': 040 2 72 22 Indian River City.... .............. ..13324136' : ;!, 89
71 ell 1U353S112353S; ': 040J; 2 721 I lot 13 am.'. Indian liver City.. ...... .."!33,24'30j, 754 CROCKERY GLASSWARE
73 4'V, #.......................... .................... \:, 100, 72: I I lot 38 Indian River C't y.\h',;' .1;, 89 ;
.... a.......................................... ........., 14$58S'. 'l' ; h"U1 2 72 I I lot 39 Indian River City........ ..... ..... .. ''332430: \ ( !; 89
-,... ,11................ ........ ................... .....'.l 1835,33J;, 1140; 2. ._) lot 40 Indian! River! City! ... ....... ........ .. ...13:1l2413G'' : 81)!)
.1f ft 11. ............. )01,35.3s|I 040, ....) 72 I ,lot 41 Indian Kiver City.. .. ............... .. ..|33,2430, | 891 HARDWARE
.... all................. .... ...........--.1-.. ..........1--22353s040 .-) 7 1-*> 1 lot 42 Indian River City.. ................... .33,24301;: ;, ; ; 89 I ,
1t \\" $ and w \ of n o 1.-.1 I i I : j Adam-, Mr*. H. lot 18 Aurautia .. ... .... ................. ....... 3S20:14; : 1 17 i
,! w 1 of h e \............. .......... ..............!124,:;.; ::sISo>| 2 l.l' 15 Addison, Win,, Jr, \In e 1 of n e \ .. .. ... .. ........... ............. ) -I:3737IO':: !' 2 92
. i11..28' ) 2 72 Allen, ''"JU. :trip 8 Dele-pine I grant........................I I'' I j I... 1120 I! 3 282S AND ?
1 a11.-....................... .......,.i I 23853s: tau':, 72 I 13 .................... .. ..I I'I ,:: '1080 I 3
::t a 11 ...................................................j."|:80 35,:3S,I 040all. ; :' 2) 72 : ,, 1. 0' .......... .... ........ .., II.) I__;:: 136ft .5 28
2 .... ........................................ ..... .''.32853s. i! 040,' 2 72 1 ]i 1(1" ............... .........1 -1.3 :i I 1360( 8 2'J oJ.I"
:! all....................... ................... ......)':84 35!:3s. 010; ': 2,2 1 -2 .. MOth( interest:: .....1 J I I 1-'......... 13601 I 3 28'i Ship Chandlery Goods.
:2 all .... .............................................. .";80353s: : 040, 2 72 1,i.1 '" .............. ..........t I! I ,13601, ,.' 28
,! all... .......................................... .....' 2:! 30,i :{s..: 040; 2,2 ..Allen Julia 10 lots .47 to 50 block 27..1! 1! I, I 1
.2 all........... .........._.... .....................' .1303s:: : : 1 040; (): 2 72 ..lurantia .. .. .... .. ................ ...... ..........,33(20,84,(I ;," I j 117
1 all. .................................................i 0303s:: ; : ;( 040'; 2:! 72 Allen, Oeo. F. .In w corner of s e 1 of n Kv 1............... ..'[ 3,20,35' !;i (01, 1 17
'% all.... .. ................................... ..... ... ; S808s040: i : | 2 72 ,n e i of s w i of n e 1 ..I .................... ..; ll2o'35! ; 10jllenner 1 5S:: :
. all ............ ................................... .. 10303s: ;' 040 2 72 W. II. !u w'1 ton C I .. ...........,............'..... .. ..i:, 12134; '" I 40> 3 2S t
6 all................................. .......... ... '' 12803: : S'I I 010; : 2:! 72 Hiker, John "". je, .', of s w \l.'u!:: oas; S9j! t 6 12 These will be he main features of mybu'Sinei"
'! all.......................... ........................ 14308s; 040' 2 72 I Baker, It F. and IX l:.'lot 2 .. .. .......... .. .... .. .... ............ ... .... .. .'23303s59: ;: :: : 1 so
"2 all... .................... ............. ... ........ IS :30: ':3s 040 2,2 .' 'lot 1 and s w 1 of n w 1 n w \ of s w ', 11,8289:; ; :, 180j: 4 70( ,, but order s-ent me forany-
'2 all..... ............................................:2o03s. ;1; : G4I1'; 2,2 '11 e 1 of sol.1 ... ... .. .... .. ......... .. ......... _4J:2t'3Ij10: :. 1 8(; i in iulltuville
'! all.. ................................... ......... 308s: :: : 040 2,2 !I, ,;'I lot 4 .. ..... .. .. ... .. .... ...... ... .. .... ....... .'.34318:11:; : ', '15.1U11 .; 1 SI J' thing kept any store ;-
'f 411.4' ::(i j..; 010 2 72 1,H I>. I lot 9 block r lliu (fallie ........ .. ..... .....'' 11"S', } will be promptly filled.
& ail. ..... ..................................... ...... 20303s; : : 040: 2,2 ; lUrnwcll, 1Cnt\ :lot 05 Kerdell'- add. to Titu;ville .. .......' :3''22xBeal ; I j 81.
I all .... ..............................._............. .;2s3C, ;,3s: (ti.to'( 2 72 -, ,1. 1>. '>all block D except lot 2 Coleman'i! '! ;, i i I
$ nc | ncjofsc J...................... .....':30303;, '*, 200' 1 IS 'I ,, add. to Titu-ulle I:215, }1.1 70 -
... Jacksonville, 'Tamnaall( unsurvevcd.............. ....................' 620J5; : 320. 1 5: <- Hell, Susan A. ,strIp 10 -ub-dm-iou.. ... .. .. ... .. ........'83,2037, ; 1"'t
S & Key West. Rail *. ....................................i((72ii5,; 320way Ii: 1 5s5s! 1'enncr, C. II -trip' 5 Dele-pine Grant except IGo. .. ..' j 1 J34:, 1 tj t
g Company i............................._.................. 17'20; % 32o, 1 j acre -ultl Deal- .. .. .. . ......... ........ ... I22i SSllsoitrip ; I i)4"I $ Will
1\\
4 all...................................................' 1s 20:! ; 35 320': 1 5, i :Dele-pine: errant.... .... .. .... .. .... .. ..' I I .34! f, t' buy FruitsEggs, Chickens
! n11.--...... ......''Hi 2(5; a)1: 3201: IS; I.;,..... .. .... .. ... ..... .. ........ .....................' !2235l3Spine It"
,
! 11.-............................. 2021:! :! ;i'3i':: itO: 2 72:! i II., estate of ,strip 1 and 2 Dele-pine grant........ ...... .: ;;31 I, OI Q
i :111.-............. :2i t 21(; :3J't; Itt'' 22 I ... .. . ..... .. ..... .. .. .. .. .. .. ....... ...........i ,233220I, I 0: 32 Or any Country Produce myVu-tomera
r all... ..... .............-."..... .................'302085all :! ) : 3202ss:! '' '- 1 58 i. I>trip I>d -Vine grant. .............. .... ....: II '!34'. : or friends may bring
! .................................................... :31tf:! :*) 1 .1(; i!.... .. ....... .. .... .... .. .. .. ........ .... ...... ...: ,'""" ,:.),.->,:11001I8 r
3 nil.-.3:. ::! :?.; :% 536, 2 44 I, :strip 6 7 and ;> Delespiue grant'strip .... ........' i ',:3-J. 1 1I to market.I .
f w of s ej and w J..............................:33 20 :35.all" 333< ; 1 x> I !.. .. .. .. .. ... ... .. ....... .. ............. .. ...:, '',23353270, : 0 1534s
i ........ .................................... ..... 35 27 :%, 300;, 1 3* I 14 I Delcpiiie I grant. .... ........... ......; : ;34'''
3 ill............................................... ....! 2 o4'o.>, 00 2 is I I..... ... ... ... .. ... .. .. ....... ... ...... .. ...I !1i5i351I0G: !
i nl1.1' 123435:! : 5144: 2 15 I '.'triP 10 Deles-pine grant .. .. ..... ...... ......, : ,' ,
J of l..H: 3.-t' M): 74 land of .! ", 890.) 2 80;:
tt w \ of n w J n w J s w : except : r
! t.e J of s e J w J of s o i and w |........ ....:30 30 :3s 440; 2 O'JJ I 1,-trip 121)clespine grant except land of'I! 1 ask for a share of the public patronage

all ...... ....... ........................... ...........'!32303., ':, 640 2 72 1. ,, l)and. ... .... ..!.. .... ..... .. .... ...... .... 2335: ,, 92S 2 80strip and come a* supplicant, not a
I all .' .I. $0'1" ttl., 2 72 22and 23 Deles-pine: : grant. ....... :I ;:342235272oi:i' I
1 911 ........... ......................................1".0', ; 3S, G4U. 2 -, ._) I '. ... .. .... .. .. .. . .. .. ... .. ... ... .. .:...... .:: : G 32 dictator, asking for your favor
! is c1 and W #................................... ...: 0.30,39, 'i, 4SOl 2:! 15 I 25 tt ............ ; 34; !!II I )
1 w 1 of 8 wi.............................. .........I!! 83039: : Sol 74 I ,'I laud of Peed .. .............. .... ..... ..'' ::22351245: : 1; 3 4S I If courteous treatmentgood
1 all....... ........................................... 18 30 :39, 640: 2 72:! '!;trip 20 27 and 2S Ddc- grant .. .. .... '1 :34;, i and low i*
l all.......................................... ........'20 30,39 li (,.to' 2 7:2 I'j'.... .. .... ... .. ....... .. .. .... ... ...... ....... ... ..:: ,;22,35,3490;:, {!!I 915 goody figures
1 w A of n w \ and s vrl........................['233039 rIO: : 1 30 all that undivided part of Dele-pine: ;: 34' : I the candidate for
l all .. .................................................'.30 30 39); OoO 2 59 I grant north of strip 23............... ...... ::22: :SS2520! I i .G 32
! 311.,3, 3l 39 I, 600 2 59 ;all that undivided part outh......... .....: : ;,34. j I II I public favor I
1 ali uusurveyed .......... .........................'20:! 37 34 640, 2 72 I of -trip 1.. ... ... .. ....... ......... .. ............ :23.: ;4001.: 1; 6 32 I
I
1 uusiirveved ...................................'!2s 37'34 040 2 72 Bennett, II. C. s of w 1 of n w 1 .................... .. ..... 18: .27 :)6: 20,, ?'JS9 I then I'melected.
! all allunsurve\ed .'303734' 600, 2 59 1!II lot 4 block 2OEau Gallie.............. ......' 1627'37;: ;i .
l all \.eyed .:323734, ; 600 2 59 I: Baird, J. V. and A. D,, J of lot 2.. ................................. ......;123640: ;, 80; 3 97
1, all uiisunejed ....''34 37,34 640' 2 72 I, Baird, DuBois I,lot 5 .... .... .................. ......................'63139. 17;\ 1 8G
! all unsurveved ._.'36 37'34'( 640, 2,2 Baird, Cornelia :part lot 2. ........................................'31'30 I',: 1' II II i. You r.', anxious to please,
) a 11..I 2 37,33;. 640 2 72 I part lot 1.......... .... .. ..........................I 613139: i">oJ, 3 23
, a.'I! -;, 1 640;,I 2 72 I: lot 6 and 7.........................................,. 631,34!; :; ,; 801 iI 3 2S;
: al1..1* 6'37'33: 040all 2 72 'i Bliss, B. K. Volusia deed B page 1S6 Volusia co..... 3S20,35| ; 5;, 1 17 I$
.! 837 3S: 640 2 72all. ;I Bockover.B.BAGeoM'n w J of n w \ .. ... ... ...... ... .. ...... .......1' 8,29,3310,, 3 28 s. B.ay.
'' 640 2 72 Continued on page 6 I


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4 THE FLORIDA STAR, THURSDAY, APR. 19, 1888.



U' THE FLORIDA STAR. I Dade Democracy.MIAMI f Call for Brevard County Democratic r NOTICE. -----:

FLA., April 7, 188>3. j Convention.The IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE FOLLOWING DF.'C r

PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. Editor of lime Star : I Democratic party of Brevard coun- NOTICE will be Sold at Public Auction on the ((7th) Seventh Day ftfr tD

ELLIS B. WAGER Editor and d Mister A called meeting of the Democratic ty will hold a convention at the Court A. D. ((1888) Eighteen Hundred and Eighty Eight, at the Court House, at Titer 7'
r vine in the of Brevard in the State of Florida
Executive Committee and citizens of House in Titusville on Thursday, May I County or so much thereof as &:
be necessary to pay the amounts due for taxes in and for the town of Titusville will
31.5O per Annum. Dade county was held at the Court Housein 17, 1888 at 3 o'clock m., for the purpose here.
p. in set opposite to the same, together! with the costs of ale and advertising ,
Entered of the Post Office at Titusville Miami on April 2, 18S8. Mr. E. L. of electing three delegates to the j I _

Seeond Class Matter. White, chairman, announced his intention -I State Convention to be held at St. Augustine i faxes :
NAME OWNER. i DEK-RIPTION OF LAND.
OF
of retiring and declared the committee May 29, 1888, and to elect delegates I an
.\ SQUAKE. one Inch in space; 24 squares COsta. :.
make a column. dissolved, whereupon a vote of thackswas to the Congressional Convention of I Cook. Minnie E. lot l. e blk 4: new sub-division.......................... .:

For vertlHinsr rates enquire of the Editor tendered Mr. White for his faithful the Second District of Florida. I Denning, G. Rerdell addition lot 49...................................."j t Y '

Alw )enclosing atwo centstamp. and efficient services to the party during The Democracy Brevardcounty will \ Dennis, Julia. A. e half of lot 21 Joinerville., ........................,....... tiO-

THE STAR is the OFFICIAL newspaperfor past campaigns. The following County also hold a second convention at the j i I' .u 22. ..............................".'
it i > > n
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Brevard county. Democratic Executive Committee was Court House in Titusville on Wednesday I 17'J .i!"..!"........!!!!!!!!!!".!!,!"*';1, t

a round<
TIaing PEp >CeS .'-whpJ'f" \ .oaI Waveland District-Dr. William II. o'clock p. in., for the purpose: of making Einig, John !Einigs eat addition bounded north by................. *

contracts-- -may- t..e made for it 1V IVEW Baker, Capt. Charles R. Carlin. Democratic nominations to fill the following j I Garden. st s by Broad st e by DeSota st .............1

The Star has the Largest circulation Lake Worth District-Mr. Abner Wilder offices A Sheriff Treasurer Col- :, w by .i..her.saddition......;......:......................' I" ntr, \ t
or any paper on the East coast of Fla. : i: w addition bounded e by Fi.sher's....................;
Mr. Henry T. Priest, Captain E. N. lector of Revenue, Tax Assessor, County addition s by Broad st n by ...........................I j jI

WITH this number closes the eighth I Dimick. Judge and Clerk of the Circuit Court ; :I Garden :st: w"by section line.............................': hI, ,H.;

volume of the STAR. The present editor I: Miami District-Mr. William Free- al"oJ. Representative and a Senator: for Fleminsr, M. ;Rerdeli's addition I lot 89.........................,.........,1 t I

and publisher has managed the paper : man, Mr. Charles Peacock, J. A. Me- the of Florida also new .. 40 blk................................ ... II., '
next Legislature ; I Fisher, Peter M. :a A.....................................
sinc-e the second month of its publication, I Crory. Democratic Executive Committee. At < I I" .. 4 .A..I|

which was in June, 1880. Since that time Elliott's Key District Capt. Henry each of the above conventions each I precinct j I.' '* 5A\.1,


three times, newspapers have ceased, to started exist, at the different sparsely Filer.Hon. J. W. Ewan reported that, as number will of be entitled to the following !I .'a. .". 7 Ai it:1:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::I'

delegates: i I'. -3 B............................!.......
settled country not affording the requisite member of the State Executive Committee Barker's Bluff ... ..1 Ilaulover..... ......2 ; .. r B...................................I

patronage to keep them going. Today he had been invited to attend the City Point..3 LaGrange! ...... .....41 j .. ., .'": ............. ...... ,

Brevard ha three newspapers, which meeting at Jacksonville on the 23rd of Ca a\'( raL..I Merritt; Mand..2 *. -7 it"I!!!!! ....... ......!......'.!,

fill the demands of our county in March but received the notice too late. Eau Gallie..3: )[al:1 :\r..1 ? 4 C..I
present Eden......... .......1 Melbourne..I j i 1" .. 5 1'.5
their respective situations. We hope the The committees were instructed to as- Fort Drum...... ...2 Narrows..1 | "
11).I.1
time may come when our county will be certain the sentiments of the voters in Fort Pierce... .....2! }Rockledge. .........5Jeorgiana 'J.- her addition 2 D....................................!
wealthy and populous enough to supporta their several districts as to their choice ( ; ...........I Titusville........ ...") I *. 3D..5

papers, including among time them in the a for a delegate to the State Convention, The Primaries in each of the above 1}; :** -- '5 t I U::: :::: :: ::::::::::::::::::::::::';I
This come some and at the of this committee to elect the above delegates will
daily. may report meeting precincts ,I" .* t,1)........................... .........i!
future. at Miami April 21st, at which! time be held at each voting place therein as w .. 71)....................................;,

---- they will proceed to select such delegate. follows, to elect delegates to the County ct .. t K ...................................j i
AT a recent banquet of the commissioners The meeting then adjourned. Convention of May 17th Wednesday: ; u :! 1-.1.II. i

from the different counties represented 3F........................... ......I;
DEJIoCR.IT.Obit the 2d day of May ; to elect delegates to
at the Sub-Tropical Exposition, : :: 4 L.: : !!
the County Convention of :September 5th 51.S
r3. :
held at Green Cove
which banquet was j on Monday, the :20th day of August. .. 1 F.............. ...................1.1t !
Springs Mr. D. Wingood, of Brevard, GEORGI.XApril l'tb. have been '- 2F. .. ..... '
I i
The following person* ap- : : :::::::::: ::::: :: :!
responded a" follows: Death is at work here as elsewhere, and pointed as the Democratic Executive : 314'::::: :" "'" !

When, last year, after the magnificent i .. .. 4F.....!!........... .................1\
too often we find him aiming his
extensive of the ; arrow Committee for each precinct and are requested \ .. 5F. .............................. .' I.-I ;7
and
preparations
1 at the fairest and best of those we know. to arrange for the primaries in Harrison, Miss I.oniel'iS feet on Broad street by 5! feet un Lemon St.!

pub Tropical Association had been an- Miss Annie Wittfeld, the only daughterof their respective precincts: I Llockt.......................................... .........1 j 1 1.1 i

: munced to the public, it became necessary Dr. and Mrs. Wittfeld, of our place I1mlovcr-C. II. Xauman, J. I). Harrison, 1) K. ;,Fishers's addition, lot 1, block B................ ......1] 1 71 1

for those counties, who desired to who died on the evening of the 10th inst. Hector, C. J. paid'Robbin & Graham addition, lot 7......................'
of this excellent Vann, Ed. Sum merlin. |I" .. lot 1t)....... ...........'1,1. JjHeyser
avail themselves I
opportunity is one who certainly will be missed in our Canaveral-X. X. Penny, Robert Ransom A. K. i lot 24.................... l:

to attract the attention of the community, as well as by all who ever Orlando Quarterman. ,lot ::-1..................... 1 J.: .

't prospective settler, to take !such !steps as formed her acquaintance. A brief acquaintance Rockledge-Lyman Barnes: C. May, I Jackson: Tho 'lot 13..I 1

might be deemed necessary to this end. with this charming i 'south half of lot It%.... ....................................1' J M

Brevard through her commissioners '- young C. Magruder. 'Buol1, J. P. !lot 2 block 1:1........................ ..........................;
county lady was only necessary to cause: respect Malabar-Mr. Maynard, Ed. Arnold. lot 3 block 13 ..................................................I 1.Ii

was I think, the first to make an and esteem from those who ever met herat Melbourne F.'dibbs, I. 11'. Ic.- ;!lot 13: ... ................ .......... ..............................1 i

appropriation for this purpose. As her the home of her now lonely and much Quai, C. J. Hector. slot' 14............................................................1!.1I

commissioner pardoned the to the pride Sub-Tropical I feel in her, I maybe successful bereaved parent The funeral!, which Barker's Bluff :S. itching, Dcinpsey I lot I:,.:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;;
took the 12th inst. the homeof
place on at Cain, Paul Kroegel.'l'itu'viller. 1. .

efforts{ in thi direction, that, her childhood, here on the i land, was : II. Ray, Frank Heed, E. I iiot .S::::::::::::: :::::: !: ::::: :!::::::::::::::: :::!::: 1 m:,

while she has not made a-. varied and well attended, and it wa- evident that B. Wager.Xarros. Lund, TIios. W. ;!lot 1 block I: &;;: :J"Moulthrop

comprehensive an exhibit as home of her the Doctor and his dear wife had thedeepest -J. P. ( Jrey, John J. UnRoche R. !north half lot :J blk 7........ ..............................'': :2 II:::

w sister counties she has kept up from the sympathy of all and Smith, John B. 'i" lot 4 blfc 22 ........................... ...........
present ; Noah Agee. i I" lot 5 blk 22.......................... ...........' l lStecre >
start to the finish a magnificent displayof this sympathy will be shared by all whoever Fort Drum-Iorgan Swain, Henry A. II. ,Robbins Ur.lhuu'ssddition kit 9............... ......

those products for which she is sojustly formed acquaintance of this Holmes, J. T. l'adgett. !I'. *4 lot 11 ......... ......: J'JTitusville ::
famous. I am also confident that dear Let the writer for Division of:,
family. bespeak
City l\.int-.J. I). Hatter, T. It. Dixon
4ie is proud of her position as one of the them the the Palatka and In-main: track 2 and :.'*;-t'K> miles; side track tSl; .lttl>
of all that
{ in the of counties which prayers oc.Hllll'Olll' R.. .\. Hardee. dial River R. R. '!'miles .................................................... ......... -'.""l ","
stars galaxy by
God may indeed comfort their minds Merrill's Hand-J. 11. yams, \\". R. Wright, Peter ,Rertlell's: addition lot 4:$...................................

their presence and co-operation, tended and visit their hearts with His blessedfyirit anl'rs.1.! II. Carter. : lot t>......................................
z much to insure the l'mirll'lltUCCl'>S i 4* '.. .. ..... ......... I 17-
HO in the happy hope of meeting the Kan Gallic b'.1. Stewart: II. ItOlmstt. lot ...... .........
that nas been attained in the first season dear in the better world. The J. T. and K. \'\". R. R.;a* per l.e Bsiron's map of Titusville lot <; blk :t.......
ones services -
.
.ad T. J. Snell. .. .
'
Jot S blk 3..... ...
of Inc ub Tropical EX1HI.itiun. were conducted bv Elder Patterson Georgiana Alien B.H,the, Charley ;j u *. Iuti> blk :k........ ': ..1..

' .llaiiasrt'Mii'nf orTobacco'Hie I of this place, supplemented by short Magruder; Ruftis Stewart. Brady, Mrs J. E. ;,East subdivision Itf block and shown* lot 2 blk 4

Iauks- speeches from old neighbors and acquaintances IatrangeThomas Johnson, A. J. East subdivision of Mock 4 and.shown as lot 4 blk 4 1I I "I'

following is from the Florida To- of the Doctor. I
Carter
Perry Day.
I fcwvo Mint At the first good shower of
: --- ---- T. W. Smith
Fort Pierce-T. J. DcSteuben, J. S.; ,
rain occurring after the middle of April "'omal1'" Rights Asserted. Ik11'tV.1C. Laypnrt.EclenThomu. I Tax Collector in and! for the Town oi Tiuis\ille, Brevard C 0., Fla.
the larger plants should be removed from Every seat in the street car was occupied -
when shrill whistle soundedthrough .. E. Richards, J. II. Ix1-
a
the plant-bed and the work of sotting Tournau. Oranges, aonions and Uincs raised on liiuli. pint land.Guavas .
the gathering gloom. The car 1'otIeggrauattOlives: ))i Persimmons, r'ueoanmit' Peaches, Fi-!.., !I''','rt.
round stick should ,
A
out If comnu'Ill<<1. stopped and a lady entered. She was I). L. ('.tu'LI'EN, Chairman. ,
t lie med to make holes for the receptionof decidedly of a mannish type of woman- H. F. ATKINSON, oretary.Don't >:ipo lillas. Plums, Almonds, ( ;ral't.

1 the routs of the plants Insetting out hood, but was an ardent defender of the INDIAN RIVER NURSERIES.
divine rights of her sex, and without
the leaves I
take hold of the plants by ,
.l waiting for the offer of a seat, jabbed the 'I lloses.' Poincianas, llil,;:-Allamaidis: Catalpas" Boinardias, ..lfs.iiniiitEucahpttis -.
cull! l of
gathering them together, and then insert let that yours run on. You thinkit
I point of her umbrella into the side of the Euphorbias..
is a light thing But it run into ) i
may
that the
; the
plant sufficiently deep, >o nearest gentleman and ejaculated:
catarrh or pneumonia, or consumption. CATAUMiTE; :MAILED: FREE. TEIDI11.: .
surrounding soil may act a* a support tokeep "Seat, sir. Detroit Free Press.
I Catarrh is d1.gusting pneumonia is dangerous .JOHN 15. J5KAHI: liulian Uiu-r Xursories Fast:, McIbounuN Ha.
them in that This is dune ,
position. I i consumption i is death itself. The
Mistreated Her Doll.
i to protect the tender bud from the effect ,t breathing apparatus must: Ite kept healthyand
A little girl who made too much noise: :AOTIli:.
; taC the "un. At this time of the year the in the early morning in her sick mother's sive matter.clear of Otherwise all obstructions: there H and trouble ollen- I THE MUSIC HOUSE |I 1hirldis after iat- I will apl-l to for WUUI U' ;

m'1' = plant wi11lh'c without any protection : room was; put out in the hall, and soon, ahead. All! the diseases of these parts: I lorula.Minor S..Jours.for leave County to M.11!JiuM the lI.tt'r"t sot t UrV4ril"l s6emmiiior : "!a

'' loiter in the season they t1luhlllC protected after a miserable old rag doll, of which heal throat bronchial tubes; and OF FLORIDA.I I t-hilil of 4'. II Sheffield dec..aged 'n '".*.aJ:,
m; she was very fond, was tossed out to her.ThL the following land in said OuiitY. to .ut
by setting on the south side :1 lungs, can lie delightfully and entirelycured ,4
i up ; minors undivided ui' r-=lIt m awl to "ier,1,
;; was the "straw" that did it. ;
A of bark I I by the use of Bochee's GermanSyrup. half ot u w quarter of n quarter of **f"
large chip. piece or even a
Snatching up her beloved and hugging If don't know this township 21, south of range ;'5 e..t. and n e luamr III
already
magnolia 1 leaf will afford sufficient shadeto it tightly in her arm, with streamingeyes thousands you I of e w quarter, l't-etiOD 2<. to"'llhblp:1, IOIIth .r
; and thousand* of people can 3i and of II w y'r
range ea.t n e quarter
injure life- she sobbed out to her grandma.: "I tell you They have been cured bv ii, A. B. CAMPBELL aectiou 5, township 21 eoutn rangy-jto. "**. '
vouldif tared, but what has Judy sale to be for the benefit of srid minor.JUIIS
I
At t'a one-fourth of the crop should and know how it is themselves. Bottle llU'nELV.
done? Boston Globe. aSOot
l.c wt out at this first planting; and the only 75' cents. Ask any dru ;i..t.I 1uard. :
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remainder be the n -
set out
;i can as seasonprogress's. i:..kimo Mourning: : Custom- -

It i is found, however, that the All the Eskimos are superstitiousabout I Habit of silfiu-: I \OTICE.Four .

planting from the first: to the middle of death, and. although they hold] festivalsin 1 A good habit for some 1...'('|'le to cultivate !-i ---- aeeteafter data l' will apply lijtr to<1 we C'utw HoD
of
S is the habit of silence. I I will Sell and Deliver Minors. Jones County Judge tAr
memory of departed friends, they will Under sonny at your nearest laud bflonttjn* to
of
May gives the best results, both a< to for leave to sell fire acres
generally carry a dying) leri.vi to sonic f conditions man can imi!: mv noise station First-Class: estate of A J Pact:, to ray the dtbtt of sod tjur.
quality and yield. If the season is favorable in the world there '*rty tow it pY
abandoned hut to drag out his Jays in by keeping his mouth shut tying no personal prol dec"ate III &nJ :

a good crop may be realized from hunger alllllll'glf'Ct.fter the death ofa than any otlu-i way.- New York!; Oral,hit'. Pianos the right.acre.title m and the interest south west of haul corner d 'f*u a5 BW" ..'I,

plantings made as late as the middle husband or wife the survivor-anmng 2, section 23, township 21 lIOuh ..f rarer

June, but it i> hazardous to po-tpone} to I the coast tribes, at any late: --cuts the i In Iuj:t a Iq. ;;r "WI\r..t.1:;; jj IY1J1In Brevard County J. L.:state I;.,WM\N'of Florida.
front hair short and fasts for twemity-tivedays.Chambers' 1 that if ":-:t. IWiaii < Fel. apt? > 1 I < :\;: on a oil I .Urn.ntr/.
that date.As ,< -St. Sheriff and Ex-OlScio
Journal. 2ow it will wither.

soon a< the plant have become wellioCt i i ---- Organs I TiX :NOTICE.days .

and begin to grow, the oil around I A World of )lIs ry.'I .

the roots should be slightly :stirred witha 'I' Tramp (to fussy old gE'utIemanill) For Sale, Cheap, FOR I.KS.S.M< XtY than any r.tUtr. bo ise 111 the below at the voting; pi' e"1til'I'W""/ .th":
.
oi
rutted stdtf I always! L'iurdi.t. r i.Ptrunieij9 to for the
ten sir I'm purposetax
you give me cents, : totarvill'. .
hoe, and all the arms and sproutsscraped l>ca< r }..r .ellttojan to
I Fussy Old Gentleman: (producing a bill) A BEARING ORANGE GROVE allY lioutrt man or woman, cu trial amid it not returns : .
When the plant is about Kden. .April 20th.St.
up. ; -Dear me. starving. Can you change: : \ satisfactory will pay freight both wajs. Sio Friday lt
cash and flu a mouth on a liauo. and Jl'> cash and Lucie. Saturday. Apn. -
knee two three furrow witha sir.
high run or Yes
,
Tramp-
.
;. At Mims Station. *3 a month on nu Organ till paid for-not much j' X Momlny, April Wru.Barker's :
jumping scooter in the alleys in the Fussy Old Gentleman (pocketing the wore thau orumary rent. On thefceery liberal i 1 arrow Tuesday April> 21ti' ,.
Blull.
narrow way, and then with the hoe |!I change-)I-lk'ar. dear starving; : F.le&s tI"- tl.t> .1. 1' t\ "'-. U1: ";'",,,,:. I-;.(I. 11ib.. term FKLK CATALOol'E anyone can own containjis a instrunui.t.full information.Send for.; Malabar. W etlueioc..Jay.pril I.>:J hbh.

t ,11'3)up a good flat hill to the plants. In me, but: this world is full of misery !- /,011I l'i!".,n'/l.( she.t Music strings! Violms li. ujos, Guitars. Aej j j'Ordeonl. Melbourne. Thursday. AprilEau -
the of twelve The Ejoch. and in fact every Musical Instrument i ;!;
April
course ten or days run two
btb
:3&k) lkarinz 'frteand J"0 lunn.Tr'l'. that imade, and at.ry low prices.. Send for com' C tllie. Friday.
,t or three furrows with the same plow in The Ohl ortor's Opinion. set out about '' years. The ;crave covers 7 plete Ca:alogue.; I Lave 20.OJO pieces of Choice !, (;eor- :Ina.aturla)'. .Apru -llRockledge.1'uesday. tpAli I.
the alleys the wide way, taking ejnvialcare : i Sufficient land the MU-.JC at lit! cent per c.,py. 5.4)O'O books of Choice '! T. lirsandeis. Monday. .Ip
: Good old Dr. C-. on leaving a patient | acres. surrounding : JIusio at 1" to avoid breaking or bruising theY i i .,
1 evening, Ids ;grove to make up 20 acres will be sold. 'i Vocal and Instrumental Mucic' at 50 cents and 2-i u.,.
one gave opinion ofher 3U> -
leaves. This is all the cultivation that is I The ;grove is well lVnee and there is a cent-. Any piece of sheet music published at 25 j I City l'oi7lt. Wednesday 4thTitusville. .
Sago in the foUoing'or spoken toter cent below publishers prices. Looks of 3 'anaveral. Friday. May _
needed, other than keeping down the somewhat of the1'Ial : (
out repair) .
dwelling on
I in the ; t each, sheet 1<.* tb.l.aGrange.
slow, stately manner for which he pieces mUSIC size ct-nt* Send for Monday. M-I.V ;
crass:: and sprouts to make the heavy I ."Madam :. Right on the railway ; Rims I than } : Cataiogue..A. .
noted in the ,
t character of tobacco now in demand. If was : morning 1 mile from depot, store, post-office,expressofce ; Tuesday jarth .
] you will be better or you will be worse, B. CAMPBELL'': Ilaulover. Thursday,
a lighter quality is desired, cultivation 1! : etc. This grove: will be sold very : '.
with the plow may be entirely dispensed 1or :you will remain as you are.Har- cheap within the next till daApply \ >. JAt'KSOXVII.I.K. : W. Iti \XlJEl t .
'er's nrenrJ
MnJne.
with. i i : to Robbing .V Graham. It'Ltl'n th s pa.er ; 5'. iyr. 131.I i .\:?v:;or for





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and that hi- n "--i. ly n--ted; her in securing J i NEWS IN A NUTSHELL. ... Gum Sayd-T was taken from Millersburg,
old *..i-- : ,'g'ut a' .. i :L i i..--.; t" .which
Ibcatrical job. I was n :, rice; I c .:1.-;. tm ::! -n' T'J' *k ..cli the key Ohio to the serve a seven year' svnten'e for

sans lank:, 1-I: !j'.y: i'K- ..d desperado, of '! I"reIi. Crisp (Ieiiiii o Ueeen: N."t- 00.1! l:-rt .',. .;, i.a' t';.. .-.: .. s .i that! the robbery.

TEL -1AHJ t VtTIE.:. ; Wirt county, W.'a '-.n-ying: a Winchester j worthy IIa]>peiiiii:;* unit Kvrm.s. lira, r \. ,u, rn',t-. N' .':. I'; was ever Mrs. Jacob Weinhardt, of Canal Dover

-- :or 1h f .-' .. i' Ir'f rifle and an ebony hear:. met Eben. George Huudred.s seal ar in harbor! a* ma I.' t.This i:'u.it ii te ct m:<. sin-, whenit I 0.. cut her throat with a butcher-knife an l

.iI. ( I .au"t. ind eiauel Monroe, II -i"hbors, with ru- Plymouth Ia"oi.Hamilton. wI "-,1. an-t hud t tn- all of valuable bled to death.James

,., ,,:. -I' ...tl""IQ'JI .tn4 I-- rolvers, '-n thj road n'a- LaureL The 3Iontx 0., burglars work the town >I: t '. "-1-. it tunu oa ta.the! safe Paine. colored of Milford. 0., fatally

,.!-. :u I :' il *$ ''trtnirn.il again: .. i -.d I Ilit' [ s diej. Ranks got four holes through his with cold chhels and sledge hammers. hn.ih.". .: : I to H. A. )1c-lt'I'.a\lt'.1lerin shot his wife, but the shot aimed at her

: -.:!.. 'I.U.' : T' n. ; x..,-thlr.; l.id', but unle.- he has met other Louisville has signed a new pitcher, Scott ::.. \\ t :. .' .! I an i a.l trace of whom paramour missed.Lebanon .

!+i.. 1 t:>l:<-ts for t!!a Situ Coy bem-lit .il: I l[fO}J. sii.ce, i i. still alive. Stratton who is sail to be a great phenom- ha* Leon .. t Ind., Knights of I"ythias. entertained

',' :.: ,"IIi.-a' .' '..no, }' 'n. Davisoloro ie n t rtnewai .!' the snow i their brethren of the state in a la;

:.M..a Army i-paruue.it of Keiiii"ky j >H,'ith Carolina "as mistaken for awild Martin IxifTel, of Troy, 0., inhtritt't1' storms rt t..o n..!:u of Kngland.: anniversary.\\'out.

.'" .'t M'(y.viiit u<*5t 'r'.***yv tuikeyV,' Incsday and lost his life. $'>;,000! went crazy, and was eat to the D-a-tr'..t. S-TUS are reH>rtel in pain. Treasurer Dickson, of Marion county

.: .- Y,.rii assembly has vote.! to .siuit; a i He was Minting with two brothers named : asylum. Mii'-b dnniar* .' l 'en done to property. I Ohio recently arrested for embezzlement

V \; ;'i.in amendment to th, I'. ttc of ths j 1'en-y, and they were all navigating on : Jack MeCarty who was ruled off the : Mi>- Kila i v (::. *!:. (':*-\a'I,1! prima | has resigned his; otl.'t".

". : I Lauds and ftllcei say in; "gobble, gobble," to ; track at New Orleans for insolence, will>e d--nt.:: 11 I' -. iirt; :'' !.'irar.ct? at St. !i Frank Pitman, for the murder of hi*

\ : J'ronkville, Ind., Joseph Lt'-edre.va; : ;attract ilia real turkeys, when one of the reintatated. j Pete* .;:" tI i n i\ :.' i She achieved a daughter in New York was found guilty of

f. -,!,;,'.*r ua J. BHoltel and sl::(' hi:* own j jjltvi ,Perryis saw the black head of the darkey and I Inl Fight anion; Springfield 0.. coal dealers'i triui. ; h I..T MHe aLYNCHERS murder in the >eeond degree.

.ar-old sou.The Ml for the who rake it in atlo '
:i t y pie consumers, Thomas Muldoon, aged sixty years, was
Urand Rai ft no.I at per ton. struck b\:1 freight train Wheeling.. W.Va. .
.;,.., .trious. Merchant on the water I'rC'CI.rrt"d Anarchy to a "1ft". Mix Hibbard of '
f.," ; Tliomjjs, Barnesvflle, Alabama Mob Mete Out .lattice ton ., and instantly killed.
fi-.t -no moving out. 'Sltur'I.pril 1C -Otto Rosgner, a i O.. died at Xenia while oa her way home ; Negro Murderer. t.'xtt'n diamond robbery wasdLscuTered iAn
ijjlh'-otlie.. 0., Rudolph Stephen gotout |.ri 't T in thc ollie of the Anarchy Alarm '; from Florida.
'\r ):O TLimlER"b.., Ap'ilJu It' at IVtroit, Mich. Loss i, estimated at
-auntie difficulties by firing a shotgun I I lucid Nina, the pretty lIinct! (n'y{al'-flcl. '
of Women Mirage bills were killed Wednesday in his work at Hayneville... between 56X-0( and SIO.OUX
Lynch got
his sU,maiM. itiiyiriuu j cian bt, : of wealthy butcher Knapp but the '
through
in both the New York and the Ma sachnsvtts Margaret Hamilton of Huntiogtoii ImL
fat of tiie: ; ; Thursday night and avenged one 01 ,
aruu.etl t Wos t Lifayette ; P.- girl is opposed tt Anarchy, and i ithe
; are a leilature.Truub.e :
Mr. Kuntz ;
: asset's $ ,(Xb) for breaking her
<>., tint :: ':.Tinel Wiggins, ix-ponel to have : for the lic ". and strikes among heart and his prwnise to wexL i
had hi view in the criminal of the stat
iuurd' L yov.'ir m<4ii renounce* ; Prppa- history
was re
sun-id : .douday their is the in the Montgomery '
employes
-
program George Hipp;to.
tat! 'is.t'ortbe marriage were in I'rorl'Ss' employed as a yanima.terat
The hour was 12 o'clock midnight. About
Then:; '. ar-old child of IW. rt PII, at Ind., coal mines. Coal "aU.:1.
.
w-. on TiiMtlay night Rosgner sent notet was run over by an
Its : a hundred armed and masked rMe
burned to 11 l.tt. two men
pads.tJ. Ky.3S Fraudulent merchant his and his
euchereilMun
that be Chicago engine body cut in two.The .
i M i.i saying preferred to
I Anarchy
caught from u fire ia the ."'. into the quiet little town of Ilaynevilk-, '
,;:ntfan. -ie Ind. innot-ents visionary
; V The girl was much alleged, :mhe by selling a i Maysville. Ky., Fair association was
I
Jc rrv Smith colored, was lywitetl; at Tiptl1vilh' ; lot of bankrupt soul went to t 1. county jail and demanded posse and officers
organized electciL
t. tit the (.tithe! ".s Rosgner t'.iatbe: was I II The date for
Ky. early Wednesday morning for t. .' .4 t.. (li!iThe yona? 111.111 rushed to herh I William Taornpson. oe of the founders of' -ioi; of Theodore Calloway. the colore-1' the fair was fixed for August 'J-:\

raplu) ; a white girl twelve years: of a:. .' q ,1tll lhi-1 that >he bad lieen gone the Republican: party. di.Hl at Findlay. ('., i iJ man who murdered )[r. Mitchell Gresham; I. A. Tancet just re-elected! treasurer of '

AUK 1I:rkctt t S4 cI fifty-ciyht, ex-treasur !'.:' : i h Mir An alarm was sent out and J Wednestlay. aged eighty years. j near S mdy Ri ;'. Low nde3 county, a few Marion township, Morgan county, Ohio i*

-r and ex auditor of Clmtou C" uuty, O'aio i I ;t la,; uio.bt.il1a was found wandering Mike Daly and Jimmy Carroll, of Boston, j days ago. They fumed the jailer to star alleged to be $1,:tX) too brief in his account

died \Vthitington '.f nervous |>rostrati
It i i. rtUllcI'( t in Toledo! that lion. Judge | :: :t'c, the light-weight: championship. ., wvat to the cell where the murderer was Orleans r nit .tl Suites branch mint hat d.

M. Tnaikt-y, supreme jug ;'ol (''.liisylvania! ] -- ----- The \ ic'iIt..f[ Cambridge; 0., i; found to 1; sleeping and took hint out too meet a terrible appeared, and wIth him, it is alleged, $!...
'Mthrf sacceor o! thu late t'aief Juatic fir. .\::It'W Critically 111.Y '
w.ll t.Jjiiif i.ea !Irfximi.tg gas flc-l.l. A cosaptny( with i death an I quickly pay the pt..altof the The late .\. IL Rose. of the Big Four
\\:.I1. SE\\ r. Cornelius II.AK I : will .
Vlljl.llt. ip.'tal dryeioPt.U. .
I < Building association of Cincinnati h i* teen
Chapman i> uilliag to ris : :ai< life i"''. the tviebrate l physician! ami Burgeon :,!<-Mi\j.!!: depot! p is al 1 agent at Chattrio. ; The roved took hint out in front of the | short in his :tt"snots to the amount of :>yD.Mrs. .

t I. r trl by> jumping from the highe. spat 'I j who was one <>f the attendants on Senator : .Ia. !lri ; l ItHa relieve bvn: v he did court house and mango him to the limb of a George Johnson was arrested at Staf- H
Co'ikliir ': critica'dr; Hr. arts s-tated
the, I'v.aiisviile: Ind., river bridge nextS : ; ,
; not tn.tt'hit.. and blacks; alike. tr r. His body was riddled with bullets aid (\'r,1.Iprm s. C-inn., charged with having
that he ntmlti!
to-day jierform an opemtiouou
Inlaytars. |, i I left !anglin, in the air until .morning. when '!:I i
< V Sl tsaek. of (' has t inunlend her hu..h:1Ull"bill ha .
1'! A Dr. Agne-v i, MtfTerins 't. "hitfigo, given Louis was a ".
: :;i. v.
Aduut Bustard droiied dead while I Im : ; it was turned over to his parents, wiio: hail Get. J"lm\1. Palmer of
fr tin -rilo nits: of the liowels. I.in-ji's Wiwh.'ster rill to Harry Wilkins ; Springfield, III,
"'!udang o public sale at the residence of i j I' got'to Hayneville to too present at time preliminary I
forces with .Mrs
L.\Tt- p.oon the physicians attending :. .''.*;' t-.titor of tli- Chicago: : News 1 i joined Hannah 1. Kiu.1 \n.
.\:.rtui llce'kathurn, near North MaiK.hc.-.ter, ; trial which was set for hearing i of the in
s:roe matrimonial
I>r. C'i'!-iu-hin R. A Knew, who is suffering !F..!'!m'r1 Jam *, while drunk went to city, a camPtulip
JII< It taken back to
IJUt. Friday. was Sandy Ridge
I from Titonitas, Performed the operation ofJztl..r. !.. t'ao railroad track "StOr O. I lXijn i
"I.H'
> near
inI j ll. .
'J 1Ie! :!.:. niotiier of Gen. Sh"i-Mia:: i.* for burial The (lynchers having brought l; of Youngstown O. who
.*, tn tli.-ir patient. Dr. Viand 4 i ,-. cnishvil to death rge ii
a.llr up nit a. by an engine.
i
fi-'ble h:al.h: at her home ia Soa'rsi-t, 0., : tau'it frightful mission to a successful i>Mte, J t-ie-a to cut oil" the illustrious Logan
family
erlo-nif-l 1 the operation a
:nd: i i. losing the faculty of memory to a }> :::',",1'o)1a,1Ii! 1 among the cattle and a {t11- ', rode out of town and disitj>jKared a; quickly by stab'oin-g, John A., Jr., U hiding in tlfetalltimber.
'I and Dehitieid. It wa* fuuud that
koge isJciit.Instructive. ( nrn> y er.'ll I I ,i angli'cr: are the excitements whichar ;: as they hud t"lIe.otbin; is known a.s t-) + *

1t'1m"t.; by I>r. J. II. Cl.-iiinier j Itl | ;Ji.<''ttisiii nlidiuinal nibe! quantity cavity. of After pus bad its lodged removalDr. in k;-'-'Isiit liM.lmVaverly.. 0., awake at their id.'n'iLy: except that they were friendsof } -. Robert Jackson, of IVllefontaiue;, O.,

the pris'nicrs under twenty-one of 1 1u pn .t' it. the tour lore I mm. i declares that if
) years i Agnew rtf1Itt'8rflll much relieved but theiv.ut that suicidal due of carbolic
;r, Lone of the new feature* of tae Cjltnij j I of tlw ojvrution cannot yt be 1.: itit'il lir.theiarses; works FiudLiy, The hit rv of tilt crime for uhuli the ', acid dou't work she will take something that
1'11:00 jtenitentiary. I dicted. : pre ( >., dt'Teeit laditxs went on a strike, got their colored man.v-is hurrie into ete.'nitv is till will jext time.

wages raise in just niue minutes dlid re- frt.'sh in t',.. ;iii'ids cf the puMic.! CJiv ham
O. uiuiittcd 'ide himself .\1\ 4)M fend lirt-aKs Out ,\(..*h.i tnrne i t<> work. and the i-olori-d man had a dispute about a
luna t-1I by haiigin. at Jaekoa, Mich., when la.OOO feet high
in tai; iv hous". lie leaves uVif.. and i 1 IAKKRKst, \\'. \ .n.J1l'il Ut.- Manager: St-hmelz mad thirteen memlH-rs of ,1 rubber crust one day last week. Gresham but came safely to the ground with the ay
't'\'t'ral dlllclt. I I The feuatween! the Batiks and Monios the R d S. c'.iing: club arrived in Cincinnati, and his brother met the colored man in the I of a iaracbute.tnrorge +

: brisk( out afresh '('.h'rtll in \\rt Widaeslay uiiiht from Hirmill ham. The public! roe I with: a fchotgun on hs shoulder.Jreshan |
!;file Cassidy, city I.H'e\\ r}' <'ok'*t*., of1'uuugstuttat } iy .
:1 ( a-kca httn what lie was to uo Granger, of New Lex ing urn, ()!,
O.. who sift there under (tuat). Siia Banks, urnuilitli Winchester. men are till in first-c :. condition. going ,
with the and ha said. "I will .how i proprietor of the Rouann mills, died from
the three gnu, you
I iMhl eiilxw.J"Mh'it clou 1, bits 1.11 ivjicating rifles met Chairmm Samuel Dicki, of tho National :; horrible
urretfOCll he Jevt'e! the injuries rt.\'t"i\"C&ll.y heirs caught in
at Jantrsviilr. WII Monroe b.ottiers, I'lk'n, George und I.emU' Prohibition (im'tiittee SIHut hu expects : lUUJIIlllli..kbereupon gun [ t
awl lire!I. '1'hebarge blew th? l> ick of i the mill madllltt'r). ,
the 1'0a,1rWJ.I' iwrt
I'ii oulv had revolvers on
William Kndic.stt. M {otlt.\.al' old i! / the ln hii. vote in New York state to reach
L-i.itv!. At least I -h.'ts'e.. the yon: man's bead olf, causing: instant Newton Uainey, of IJodford Ind., couldn'tstaid
twenty i ..1l1 tits ) in l'
\ againKK l.
as
hOl''flll| of itiwivilc! In!., is sent I IiMr.irngibl Ult ai year being crowdeiL His
; death. brother antI j
lirrtl reuui.c' in tin death! of the th1'lIum.ut. .' .
IN for trying lo di *-ttlturbi' !.nritlt i A ar,.;tli-t. match at the Cincinnati Icee.stupaty'sa ------- --- -- cousin jot iuu his semi for fun and Newton
llt.lhnkli received four wounds
) *, : CREMATED I IN JAIL.
\:1:th a butcher Lnif '. .tablesetlnesday evening, auto shot himself.
I got up
ui' tii; fnt..1.P.KPARSNO ---
'I lit- liainku Iron F.-uu j lit Ut' *1:1 lit,tncr.n Alexander! Shardski and John I
cjuijatiof
In eekiu ; to I:*"al'l' Four :JlitsUsipjiiI'ri Mrs. Stephen Cassiday, of Howling Green ,
Springfield; O., bas inude aiiasiugtmu-nt. Tad '; FOR DEATH. Howcll for ?tls:', was won by the latter. itt-.evM art+ nUrllt'clIh :I Ky., ill in ud :":' seven years, heard a voice

estimated liabilitiesaro',.i03, with assets''' --. -- U'illiam Powers cattle ".\n "
east walk
absconding buyerof I'Ki.tvrk... prHIt was reported saynu, She did so awl t
nut over half as much. i! .\ ('Iu"fl..r.in. lntlli.iia, .:, Jy lli II"TVKttlt Warren O. II! fur ( lia.s L'lvu
j slipite u" a lying visit : < :," .r r- to-day by reliable mrtie.-, who ftvhng well ever since. 4
1 .\New Struitiville, O., J antes N.XOII, a Gull 1'ouib.titne Itt'Mtlv.'I'.AWK by the light of tint aud was cordiallynivived .
moon j.isi ::IL. .-u t.-snit Friars Point :Ji. ., that a At lndianai olb, Ind, the trial of lien
pioneer, dropj -d dead of hart disease. lla j ja t >l.iv.vii U1n.l.. April: t t .\t (>;t!! at tho l'tUltyhil by th-' ivue-eyed I'cari'ul tiitlrupA] : tragedy: was ennctod at Curiuihun for !ndm; out ottoriferoualy partisan

> one of the tint Mttle at teat f.la<- -, und j 11:11 lr. '. t 1 ban-t 'u'el cemetery slieritr. William I and unlawful
l1? ,; < at ai'!p. ; that pace: Monday night Gray, a i I circulars in regard to
JiHjed to lay out the town.Mrs. in ml! e cOatnty. nmy IK wu a newly- A* X-ni"t. 0., Joai: : Cummiacs; married wbitinuiii ad notes tosp ra.lo. from Coahoma ; election returns, i. set for May 11.

John (jIH"', of Muhleuberg couiity, i I nrwl \ at.; with! whi.'li is ojnneeted; a peiui i 1"i ShiMtk! : inusiediatcly aftiT the ceremuiy county, was coavu-ted several weeks I|! The Corona Oil comj'uny"s establishment

Kentucky, att-eiiipie.l to take her own lifo I liar .to.:y. :Mis EIMIMI C. \\hie i- the name he .i1..I!; the town bride; and all and ago at Friars: Point p!.' arsoa, and was sentemvd i on South Canal streot, near Walnut, Cincinnati '

while under the intlumiee of tuor|'huie by j ,l'l:-I'L'.I t'-T the far west nivl ha- not since ti> i iinprisonmsut for ten years in the was totally dwtroyel by HrI oss i
of 'a ly liv iv about ten mil"- south ,
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ayoua
suiting tier throat "it:. a raz'r. IIt'u heard from. I Mm;-:\i\'Jti |d'iiit;atiary and was txniig de- !i aboutIIXhl: and partially injured.
of here. Su: ha I.Mig tea MitV-r-T "ruinelncttusP'is '
Julius Strelit/, ,'hit! was appointed treasurcr | anal al.iu; that a lie |' A lieiM-ti: to Jack Havlin its 15 isitm, AVeilf taini-.l in the jail! there until the judicial j Rev. Austin, of the Second Presbyterian
:: d.iys on
bth.. ctuutti.inurts last week, lias I. i I 1l1'Slay \- ':liniTv.ts wou-i-l up whit a sparring i agent of the prison could convoy him and !! church. New Albany, Ind., asks to be
,'a..tht're :iuniltert taken cliargeof I ho Marino county, Oil, her far tint (U t-.ing i: match between Havlin au-l Ike \\. i i three other feloi, .t to Jackson, Mist ; relieved of his charge as the congregationis
ov.anrrangeinentH i
treasury, with (!i*'rge B. Scotit>ld as deputy.Itiauclie Cor her 11.\ the IVlfast >tlil"I' Th.? friendly contest j l.ite ?l'>nd.av night the jailer, wined j t tCo cold and he ii left on his last year salary. 1

E'n.ahut herself through the I'l.tt I I became earnest an I H.avlia got etc worst .n:- w l.o lived some distance from the ;,
Site a,'" ,:'.li.1 '.ly |.un-ua ed a lut ia tKa j William Stegman a young tough of Cincinnati i
; I of it. :.awrtaiue 1 tiiat the jiil was oa tire amt, J
heart in the house of ill .ItI I jail
at lute.
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repute i I aiu>ve C''UI.t1"awl., having ui 1.11'II. : lu-r I Ij I while drunk shot tit his father, soil
A letter from her parents in IKitro.t preywd I j own, ..l a tomb or vault large <';: >:',;it !to 1.t"l1 J"'-;\-r, a;f.l tliu'ty: tVH ill,., aa old hasten' to tw; .:'.'\e with a* much u'iSistI j thinking he had killed him. turned the revolver

I on her si,irits, causiuher to t' snu fit the 1 I bi-.l.! u cotia! .built 1t'Oth ;;n.a,1 ",;; 4'i ; wv'l near "Paduc.ih Ky.. and was drowned. ance as he could suaiutou, lUll attempted to on himself, ami indicted a fatalwound.

'lent. i white ron :'h.!*.wu titu.',t tH,'. !U i- (.. !1" i Tlu* ire is amt"!tin, slowly, and fears at f extingui.s'.i: : the llamas that had well nigh I j jonvelotHl .

t 'latvii v (iemrer and Edward Uibsou, of | co\eivd witm: a lar-;.' -tIiHU ,"al'. \Ii i .1 tad ''I I Si.tu.v! Cty: of d'tmago by flood* are :.uhittlittr. : tin- .jail. They tried to force the | Charles b't ttt, a wealthy AriziiiH slocfc-

SiuHin i m.!! .. 1).. were f mid guilty of defafiiii j hate: t.. b> pr.i ii p..i- witLad "'k.; cif.t doors of for tvllsith sledge hammers and j jehi.s man, was fatally injured by the collapse of

a .M'hiK l !Imil.iinjr: and nerti a vessel $lM '( for the j Put """ -Mi>. \\ t'i".l 1 ilie: 1:Id ward Miller was shot by E!ward Con- j ;-!-; in 0:',lei to rescue the prisoners, who an old adobe house. Hi wealth is estimatedat

liinami -tiuitttMi t" the work bout. until I c't'naett.'I'aft... tlictulc: : w.-i coar.:eteJ, I! gcr in a saloon row at Dayton. O. His injury were :1'itthlaU.a..uu 'in; to the smoke I j $ilithklie has no known relative
that rapidlysuit! mating them. !
I I.-.1. l.x..t.,-,tl hei.ef! us ftlv-a.: .1 wit'i: ill" j:.'auJ !i. serious.Ttvaiirer i wa living.
I' The ..PUt'I'lth blanched faces, were
The! I':-"' 'lytfry ,>f I..i.uat-tlis has citH'ted ItaiI..r the :'III":1": tiii-a reiut ::(.l home 3L'rrick. of Ogmaw I''v-,:tip, i standing: l'r in the errmmlols3lknee 'hil1:, praying .; Congressional committee oa military

(!"'.1. ll sjdullIlurriwaa c'un1Jni'iiHn to I toawait the :'IIJ.t'.:!*- i ,*f d!"ath, uhich i i. must ?-ln.'an. had *NHI in cash and, a check for ; .-.:.1 exhorting the spectators to release 1 affairs favoYs the erection of a monument in 11 i

tins: ji-ne-al a-ntby! of ihe I'resbyt rian far distant : sli'O .stolen! froiii ins bed room. theai: from their h->rribw situation but all Now York harbor to commemorate the victims

i iii e1i. Mh!cfa i is to iut
11I 1.A I 1.; UIKMX HI.UJ1.1.., April 14.-'.\ construc- i derson Ind., ii terribly scourged with a lis- I! that there was no hope they requeued that a .

; I'n IOU t'ity, lud., Simon liraultani. ana I ti.ui train on the Kauris City Memphis & i eae closely: 1"St"IlLlin.Ipprusy.. j 1! minist'M- sent for to pray for them before j Peter Leininger, a middle aged man living

;,-.! Ilal !lu',;:hlv: .-- !-trl citi/d t, ail found Itirmingham railroad was wrecked sixty I Detective Fahey of Montreal, was sett- i! they were cremated. The minister arrived, in Marion township, Kerks county, Penit- t

.i -ai: in hi* lteoc d. lie was eighty three years j miles wet of here at !:'*) last evening. Tour teucv to fourteen years in the penitentiary I j I unit with some of those present joined in and sylvania who was bitteu by a savage dog

"-f a;'-. ''analysis of the II 'lrt'Q1i the suj i workmen were killed, one injured fatally 1 for robbing the fraud Trunk railway !Iotli j I prayc 1 for the p or fellows until the jail fell recently, died Wednesday night, alter sufI -

}Ik>>eil 'ai". | and nine others seriously hurt. The train j (S. : in and completely covered up the tour ill- I fering for several days.

Mrs. It. 1'. nerves, of Bellevue, U., asked 1 was backing at a high h' rate of sliced and ; 1.\ Itlanche, the marine, und Jim Fell'I fated men in its ruins. Local option was a leading lone in the

I tier luistii'id to ju">v<' tlia stove so she could j struck a cow and was ditched have len matched for a light to a finish for !j I i Befoie < ;Jray succumbed he acknowledge!II j| Missouri municipal elections Wednesday.

-eau! hosij. .. lie did so and retunifd at I | lUUa side, to take place! near Detroit. I' that he set tire to the jail purposely with the In many cases the old government was completely

nulit to Htki her led with the furniture and MISSOURI'S FLOODS. about May !.*>. j ji j I II intenti >n of escaping, and that he was inno- overturned by a fusion of parties :'

a hiUhiMiine tU! The trial of impeachment against State I! and nomination of citizen tickets.Chaska .
: The Ire (iorget Broken anil Muoli 1 ulIa-e: i, eonviii
:Villir.in! '.>.1".1. night ,'watchman Iteuni- I Treasurer Tate, of Kt'ntu'k1111.01 ,rommeiict'd. I I : many the Indian who recently wedded

.'.!. ( t., a>.'..tdtt': I flY a gang of roughs i Ilo'tiUIln? It i; the tint proed-ding of the I I was dementi- and that one .f his manias Miss Fellows the school teacher, Ins received -
-luiotan..'. kitf: hi> asailante-Juhn I Siorx CIVT, [l\\a, Ai ril ti.-The guro in 1! kind in the commonwealth. !i was the burning of houes. \ a telegram offering him and his brida
river abova Elk Point broko
the Missouri
'ii'kv.sad; Aih.. Tao .JIItitI. Qullcm esonerav 1 sate jcsterday, anti the water son subj The third of the series excursions; iuaug.I !! The Mii"i|>pl Kepublii-a Ihlqat... | .,tX'O for a ten weeks' engagement with a
1 ;irotier"* intJl>r. : urntr I by the Southern railroads i; bringing Times j dune museum. Mrs. Chaska indignantly rejected !
j j mergetl the (...m.tr.I..t\'" Klk 1'oint antI I J\m.t: YORK. .\I'tTbe has a
01.1. M-u.te co.linu.l t'iiarie-. iljUwincl I Jt"tT..rI. Dak. The Milwaukee iV St. Paul | thousands; of \ i.,ihI'' from the north andnorth i .j- ro'it J-tcsA.i.i.! Miss., saying that of the utter.Faribault .

Mr. 1ruut.asa: uieiiiher: of li,, ,',mal tracks for a distance C\( nine miles this side weat to tLat section. I t: I..I i legates trout Xlia-.i-sippi to Minn., was visited Wednesday

'.iaiiii.: 'l,. U'ednvMiay the noiniiiation I I It of Klk Point are under water and it is Mrs Mary ..tr.:nan was found dead near : I ". rii; lit ;1 -.blicriu! convention fifteen i! by the most terrible wind and hail storm it

was n..t .,.itir tart!. au 1 ytsterday (SuvertuirTraLe thought tint about six miles has been washed her home south of Richmond, Ind. A sup. r :> i,"'tn'vi and three for (.n siam.mail | has ever exiierieuceil. Roofs were torn otT
:- iiu i.Kiit il hill 1 ed of ui-ik'. The circumstances from stone buildings the damages
| ; away, alt'.It'l1.b tJiis cannot be told until the I |to case : I -. Lyuch heads the latter many ,
I'aswnser and freight trains on the Eric | water sul .id(". A great many families ini arouse a suspicion of murder. l aggregating :mx>.(XW, and one man wa fatally
f.lutl near IVadfimt i'a. The board of health of Na York has injured.
w
wrecking com- i submerged. ,lis.tr.ct were forced to leave engaged -
| :5etely tk'! !'JO cute of whifh tha freight was | .\cr..thu; and rty to the higher! i"rtioii ofj four extra physicians to vaccinate TELEGRAPHIC BREVITIES. tierson Coblens, president of tho Chicago
d'niioe ntf-sr per
pass j t-,' l'.IUI1tty to: safety. ; I'Ir..U.: t'rit (ileuuin:* of ::e-C.ut Note- 1
wverelv hut not fatally injured. will lie increased to ten. charge of forgery preferred by John Seillacu
X, livei reported to U Kt bat mudiI corps
> > are s! .).:.<> Happening and i\rnt.
lute Mavsju-Lus-tt huntane The receiver lit the bank secretary of thu company. Coblens claims
S4.'il.tbai stK.-k h i> p:;-i ae I t t!ln. I'ie.i>ait n has been placed on the retired ;j that the trouble out of
awnrd dauaudMu. g .!d medal to -:Jit or i of hou-'s an11'so l" I, an 1 th? water ii thritsi gives I: A. HiJl. .rf the S.riisj.i union f, the 1 will l aid! k after ;. Claims I list.FJstoria. .
: } a -r inches .. t'p ;::1 the Milkaukv-e de } H. At e j' ixwitors April
courage and brave r-ifortt display at i: JeftVr :i tu- .!lfi!.L.t is surrounded by waTer, must le provid l>y April *>. I voted to become a city of the second National Woman's Suffrage association at

the uiviit liuriiin; of tb l'uon oSc and the t .-'rat.MP toes his work in a tat.Xo MicLat 1 Lent' ::, who beat his mother to class. : Washington re-elected Elizabtth Cady Stan- i

At Stauford, l\m-.I. a u-.tmlK-r of ovster- tm,:. i-an go out on the Sioux C ity and death in the most shocking; manner in I The Corona Oil roUl!any. of (Cincinnati ,. :on, p'-e-ident: Miss Susan Anthony, vice

uu-ii vii-.".i the housof: Ja.3er Mil! colwiv Dakotadixioiuii for a namU-r of lin.At i Chicago lost July and has since tiue'Clod.1 had a *:ij,000 fire. pre.si.: nc; Mis.s Rachel (;. Foster, corrfciK -

,!, a: lluvr>i.e. an.i m a li;'h: liat! K.vur- 8ou t'ity the river has, ri!"n rapidly: and is ( evading the police has been captured A gang of juvenile burglars has been arrested } >ndi:ig secretary: 3Ir.s. Jars Jan IL Spot-

reel later .It'.. '1iji: wa* rh'.t au.i killed and runiiin : tab tlf ic(. but it i, so broken up there.A at Cleveland. ford, treasurer, and Mrs Ciiu T. Wilbur
SflI Julia _\. Mrs
Wilbur auditor
dl l tt! A! tweiity-twa malts tl.at to'.'re is little danger oi" damage unless a train {':1 the Taylor Ilastrop& Houston Editor Gustavo Zeising, of the Toledo, 0., s.

htUtll'kiL.JI'ur e riveded from iti gsrge tom'm.lk1aw. railroad went through a biidge, killing W. | Vok! .freuiid I* dead. cf Matiliht the executive Joslyn page committee was elected in place chairman of Jars

o..iillallli :ltl m of turain the rold waterof S. Taylu'-; bra'emaneman, and seriously injuring William AVagner fell coif his horse at ilo- k
AFTER THE AMERICA'S CUP. 1 '1. Wright Sewell, wbos- business engageinputs -
ts Ausu-t ....nsar Uilt' Judge fole, of Emi inot'r t1 il.ianl IVrrin and Section hawk. 0., and was kilted re\eut her from continuingtsjtioi in the j

1;'wau ,',..ant'-. and referreti the scheme for .t New Mit\emi in the ('4in.tritrtian uf Doss F. T. Housman.AUiert At Indianapolis GUI AViliiams, Venable's j: :!,

dissecting Howau IMUUTV to the judiciary l.irinr Y.u'ht. ... a fanner living near Kearney I slayer, was adjudged insane. i

cvntnnittrr.Mignal $T. Joux. X. n.I'dl I. -.\ n.ovement ; Nel. >h >t and in-tantly killed his wife Oregon Democrats in stat convention ( .
Ancient 1'orplijry luarries.A
Servuv tlffi.-er John II. Sherman, has be-n starte*! here fur the contruciion ofa \ and fatally wound William Patterson, a i; indorsed Prescient Cleveland.
farm hand. Mar 'i.h'I1Ut the in n Engli-slnnan has tlist-ovcral tho
vf New ILivea, ('01111., is accused of photo- yacht to einlcavor to wi\-st the Mipreuutcyfn couple a W. A. Jackson, of Baltimore, suicide

Eraphing yuugars; in attire suitable for .:n the Aiaerican iviitcr btard. David | l'lUpromi..ingitim.: with Poison in a Cleveland hotel. !I ancient jirophyry quarries, where the '

cj?arette a lvei ?..Ut'tlie had a married Lynch a 1'bil'hutl.tt'rto has built some i There i is a prba.iii; :y t-itt Representative Th: whereabouts of Tate and his booule ii Komans obtainfil the stones usttl in their

lady as coufeierate. :a I r. Sherman ii now ;. fast vessel*, and has ,1 \.t'.J i-ousiderable,! AViliiaui I. Std tt, .,; i .,.-.-.svlvania. will bd still wrapped in mystery. famous buildings. The quarries are

out of town twin: ufi :m 1 i: a truado. study to va.-htiiu, ha | rci are.l a model made i-Su.irin.ui "i iii, National Democratic Six grusorae ninety-six ini\a from the Nile and 3.C30

('ircleville. O I' .u.v .iaested Charles and it i* probable that U-fore long, the workof : committ. i t place i oc \\-. H. Mar.mm. whose favor Justice supreme Field court for chief justices justice.are said to feet above the level of the wa.-New
nt" it- hue ill bellt"u. > loyalty to Cleveland ii di -d. Tribune.
Touch of construction of a yacht : .p.t. York
a revolver: razor slunj-shot and The ia '.. :'attt.. uinrd'r Wooster, 0., ghouls raided the body of -- -, -- -
various other .:. ; jury t t.a taw at I
implements warfare and
abut him The iiiOtM 1"".r. M <-i-I '. I'v ':ui':'tle-e to> Cheyea iwas she-harts I. uua'!? 'o ti.ul a Samuel Flory, buried three weeks ago. A Youthful i:;.icur..
"on that he meditated -
up albpiciou" 1
fracturing the jacaalel ordi- thni of the \.1u:':" t.t. titl-.T fI" r i ill i I '' verdict. Fear year ago fatter >.i a'..l ae The Democratic state convcution of New Small Boy t near the window restaurant .
c
llance. weap jn *..ni-eria! It a:.a'- It asK-rt1. .: ilw i i( man named McElhoae left a ia.ufur Chey I' York will L* held in New York city on May )-Jest smell dat sour Jimmy.

Mi '.-\C Six mouths later Mc :bone's skeleton 15.
Miss v. ill U- 1.\ little dij'lJiiei enne. Hain't tlat fir.'?
Miauie Porsous, the 1'ittsl.urs belle of t <- tf'm u: Iiat slut will ,L'11 1 1.VV I' .' was found. David William child was scalded to d a tit his ) I airft
sudden holding nose -
Hyan, uf fame t ., 1'iiited rushes tt State> the rescue 1U1":1t'c.'US of Eai;of n ;.. ..-. p"-*<. of l' :I\.:*. Mil i"i i I The firm of Shaw Brolhj & Co-tails, of :t at Chillicothe 0.. by falling i-i i tuS of ;' smellin'Jimmy Ho(soup t..na '. it 'ud fpilo inappetit" )

A .":1irnt' .a'; aiki kliui: II.. i t.,1 : ':'. Montrea!, son eight -.tr. a.ro lv,n ht an water. '
ab-Jucting kl'. and (:.-ciares that the young f tliiking. I Uco.TIiL .
v. i I I. tairy n.-tiv >:'a.
'uun! n \"r !:ai< imiinijter iel-.ti.-ns with her


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sentencel by tEe court, tHree of them having i I : .

CONSUL GENERAL PIlE! LAX pleaded to murder in the second degree. .\ BATTLE IX TEXXESSEE. in being: teaspoonfuls.Durinif about ag7a. > .iul ot'imifc, administered 1 ; : ':: .'. \" '. rl INt cTn\; ICliI' .'

Stanley and Jones got twenty-one years in I..
her present trance the physician
the penitentiary; Simmons fifteen years, -- calls has to force between .
who managed
daily, -
EXPRESSES HIS VIEWS OF THE FISHERIES and Matthews was released ou ?1,000 baiL ASSAULT THE ; I: ff *;; COUI\JF :; C,1V ,
STRIKING LABORERS
I ;; ,1 hr lips a (teaspoonfuls of the I :)IO"
Stanley took his sentence very hard and told :. I. : : .. \Vli
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TREATY. tHe WEN WHO TOOK THEIR PLACES. ]Liquid but this is a di&cult feat as she rarely I : .
the judge that he was Ytry"ere., and Simmons
]parts[ her lips. When closed her teeth are
made a very pathetic appeal to the .
J firm as a vice any tfTort to pry them open .. .... .
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We I'MiIng onSofrrureThe It is said that IJIlietbat ;
Says are no Loner court. nobody HIP KfMilt I.> Five Killed and Ouite aonbrrlurt useless.: She lies almost erfeetly ? IL, 1-,.
Cannd.'ill Never be Simmons is morally guilty: of (ar :J1"e. 1 proving j :>-..11..1 '.. iuu \ N ,U'HT
\ or Lr., Injured-1'repur- !still, her lams and legs being; !ert'etiy: white "t (ar.,

p Satisfied, but the Treaty Will npcom Canadian upreiue Judge 1'ruvtrated. in S;: for 'Ii> e T"tlu1JIt-'lr. Powderly- and cold and pure: very feeble, being rated I .t It, uw.'t l') c.po>.. -- :" r.tri'&l iU:1 nll1C

I'opular nn This, fide of the Llne. OTTAWA, Ont.. April 14.-Judge Henry, \fW..t... Light Houri-Labor News.&CEXE j in the absence of a ckron-jinoter at ,.:xt.th'e- tWrt:..r..I-un'1 ; ....., .t. I.....
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NEW YORK, April 1C.-Ajtpecial ltia.bitigtcn. of the supreme court, was attackedwith beats per n uutt>. The face is the only V-A--'V.T.\. Ap, 7 .. ,::!

says: United States Consul General apoplexy yesterday morning. Later in the :warm part of her body, being flush- with t f .... i'lt..r.... ... .II.'Hl..1. th. "r.': \>

Michael II. Phelan, of Halifax, S. S., is here j day he experienced a second attack and now jlternating; fevt'r..hen some time ago :she !' 31\ ..'i: MM !I" .-x'-nsiv .. -'.,ati.m.''n. '/
i; in an unconscious condition. Doubts of 1|I.remote--1 to the reprte r that site WtIU,t ". -.
en route to his home in St. Louis. In speaking i tnatr-r ..f -.1111-r t'I'I.: :tiu.nv
die
his recovery are tx :reist-d. HUage iss rentytwo. deep thirty days and perhaps longer be ?u
: of the recently conclude fisheries treaty I 't 1 .-....;:. 'o without the least hesitation. fcisci: at t .1I0'a..;: Oiiiin. I'! -:role. Rio:!,&:

be said to your correspondent: !' \\.1":unlt"14ti 11th.. : I'he ... .

"The advantages accruing to the United ---- 1" .:.t. t'rt_ ." v/- \ CI -""'-- FORTY 1 VILLION DCLL' S. *i,*:,s "f the : ii>,:, th-ru4t'.r: y .:1
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THE FIFTIETH CONGRESS. t .. : \ ... --- ;
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Slates: und"r the provisions of the new treaty : I) i_' : i"i" / \. i'" 1 t ; stnp,' : CI.li",+ or :111 CHI t resettrnerhart niid-v ] Prr.reedin"- : ; !
been l
S have greats .. .. .' ..... V ere I ar tiv.Mtao ; "WII:0': i
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underestimated. / :I. r N
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la the "-eiute! :i joint resolution was possHl .. '. .r/. ...J. .' C\c--: '. "
k New grounds have ]\ ... .\.:, ::' .". ', .* ... bisdivac'ti : \ i- iratii-v'
; i' 1..41. '' )._J'f', 1 hi'.t-s ; > : !f' :. .n :
v' l ojK-ned to apj-p-ii'-iating *:&,&?) and accepting aa iuvi- I- ,. t I.; ,.,. ... J' I.. ,i\ ., .... ka.w:.. : -M ; ? ,,?.ll(, ;,..;:
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up tat .:i ;.1 jarticipat: in the iiit r.ufio-ial, x- ': 'J:' (.tl ?:- ': > :" --* ; ', ;. .'" t. .-. .- it'n'. t ;-s-\..'.' : ?. ;:; ia ., :
our fi b rm"n, ands l.ii.ti/'t; Brussel Mr. Cha.i-ii l'r introduced Jfft31. ;,..., .{ : .!... ......, ; XV.. < ,: r.-a .t < : :!ate r >! : .s'i .
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nil doubts r.:11ftas v t. as.i.n'i t"r : t >: -
a bill to le'lth direr tax 1 .w awl rr.-i." '"' '' ,-.1." "\ I \.w-// Iit ',; p-o--t i i .I.I H its ,: :" i ,-.-l. ._
to our I'i.ht to i all with ", tf/\ .v; '''-:. \ -c, ,I, ,_ I'....7 ;' <-:.: "'.- >t inheritance t to. u-i; : .'.
unpaid ballances > < 'ut.j .. -
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avail ourselves of j interest thereiHi. The bill to autt"r.zj the: .1.. ( i\;: \ \ ': ; V5 tidal I.linoU which tha {: "( : .:It t-dst. It :, :i.f.'U ;i i i T ..: -. .: .;ix ulhr, ; .
< : his death about the ;. ". -h ; ;
;
ya.I. I' '
.
; .' them. We are no sale of ir.ir.eral lands to aliens was r.>u-id- .,.;- '' c...., .- ir.Z ii-- .- tr-t u v.u i.-ii,
Q ::" ; : pn''p>rty has now gro-.vn to b>* < -f'n: usvai : ::.I.I'i'i: : : : 'a\\ i v. -
l. but laid aside for the bill to admit Dakota
'nf >longer:; fi.-bmg on ere { :: ; i-:..!..:.-; t : iT r > '*
.
r I which also went over for executivef.s. ) l ; It ', '. ., .
r r ufferance. ( .Ilderthe i (. a; !" c : llr \ :' I .p nents tert'.c :
cr ( At ;5K) the senate -,gJ.. -.:.:. The heirs in q'wstim HOW uuu.1't r ':ie .. ,.
M !' existing treaty :i. p. m. adjourned.In -- or' :U' : :t:. t La.- :" .l!' ;"L.II'I.i : : .
four hundred more person", th ,rntt Tp .
th.i house the of of ..ass .. ,
: legislative day =1- --:....;- .. '"':: sail: :'<'I" ::" tri. t. "i''t the ";:...1"l.iilu. -,
we can only enter i r.=:: : !. ..: tion of whom are residents of -. :1!hern .
\ Wednesday was continued ty filibustering, c; <. ;." .; :t ::: "'.: 'jll''c.l ,',
t lr fnrMICUAEL New York and norrl.cru .'
Canadian pert and central :tasylvania. -
1'
which! la.-ted into the At 10ir .
: nighr. ) p. U1I Thee> ':"... > i "!, u 't c.irr--

H. PUELAS. WOcxI, cater..hdter I Mr. 1'a'llr. of Ohio moved that a recess betaken ......, The Itenault heirs iu t'.it-: i- u..t : yuii'iliy ,,., f .- :: ; ,,.,; , .- uj j.., ,-., ; .-; ;

anti r .ui. ... Evea t.i-i we are !'ouLj'ctt"ll to and it'as carried.KightySeeoml. cf3J -j 1 1"11 the uimKeio a* pro ,uat!'" t. < f t-' t,. .; .a: :u! .- A th-tr-i; .; .
i B. It. Kero of N. Y.. i.. ::
,
.. the iI Ntixer-stwn. president .
a dillr; ( ale! espionage. Under new I Day. OF THE 11'OXFUCT.KXOXVILLE of the ociat.oit. !'!It..ti"n. ''if- !! ..v t- ''tg; iif.'rv! r.

contract we are liable for no pilotage dues, the i l"ITUt ;r .:.1 -. '1 i-l .ill:; .' .:'- tound t.. tr\ > .
Iu senate tuition of Mr. Sherman
on The Fren"-h: king grante I t" his favorite :
and at the same time enjuy the benefits of Frcedman's bank bill was taken from the Tenn., April 14.-A tunnel Ubeing ""lilt.1N! r.twious to the lat ti: '5 death, a I..t i..L:.. I :Ii',. .i..l'.l. : ,'..rrp.rl! ,.n 'p

navitti built at Cumberland Gap by the rtv1:1..' 'n I tt's t:1: '['i icrl n'intan
"
lighthouses and safeguard ":1. : of toiw
calendar, and referred to the committee ontnauces. Tract of land; dirge nd,'s wide and fifteen -
Our vessels tie aLeiitYL the Powell's Valley Last Saturday one ] ..Ji a : ..' -il': -r-\i "hii ,, ,. ,
can no longer upon The international copyright bill railway. md"s l"n: 1:1: liiin! is. on whi -It\ j .irt: of the : I"'p' | ( r w:.

trumped up charge; of 'hovering.' was made the special order for Thursdaynext. hundred laborers struck for an increase iu city of 1',."...;& M''W sands: als t nearly one I iv ui."u.. t:.:-.' i ,--:1-ati: Mn, fiL.

( "We can now enter Canadian ports for The bill to authorize the sale of tprri- wages from I.'!) to $1.i'iO a day. They notified ;,U11t.1...>il th 'ttsai 1 'acres of choice; mining I \.pi i.al'i.; -'.' taW r. I ji-.r* -i weight. T vt.cr

fresh supplies! provisions, etc., saving: the tonal mineral lands alit'IH'a. .. devic.: 's, ku. iwin .Iv iul: wi.fu.: .
to
pried.The the contractors and the people for miles nii'l t'-uaiitu lanai in Mix''.niri, a part lit I .
necessity for returning home in the midst of bill to admit south Dakota was taken tain tna..l"trtatl..n !": 1 the.r projvrt.: v
around and show or attempted to fill their w hich li m the "suburbs of St. Louis. .
tbe fishing seaso.i. Our vessels can sell or I and considered. Executive session I !. -s than th, r ui ,'' rar.-.. w..vii:! r-iu.- ; .
was
up Philip- Fnr.it* Keuaulc die.! in P.-irU;, as
the to bt killed.
places ou job might
tranship and can always enter thenearest expect tao ;:u'l co.Hi''l: l compiian.v vwtu; ::. .
cargoes then orJt"rt.anl at 0:15 p. m. the senate sratc 4l!l. Merit the year 1T5U, departing t.-i
The contra-t.trs hired a new lot of men,
lack. Tom L.w
fur
port anything they may adjourned. tattan1 u .th .ut i...sic. His heirs by intts-I
}' mind the Canadians have aint>.1 In tbe house there in the and put tlvn to work Monday morning.;
was no change; "' '':'.' iiisfv i.r.ltb r.rluatll nn\ : ('ominentyon the llirrrt Tar Uill.O .
nothing. It may: t>e still that the treaty situation and continued About UOJH a large: force of the strikers I .
filibustering against; K< !;:tulr. b .ll of wh tin bad arv: ly e'rsigrnTcit \siiiN'; \, liV-Kft rncg i.. Mr
\ \pri
might go further than it doe., but it is certainly j the direct tax bill. under the iulluence of whisky and armed t." tiiountry! one of th settling I'Hl.lil tint the ,Il..t tax I.al.! tu-s- :

a vast improvement upon the existing: with rift: s pud pistols assaulted the work Dover Bra-lforu been .
Kishty-Third Day. at uid; tin other in county, : .I has fretieirly star.1 1 the : -

agreement. While our fishermen may not They! al.., well armed and the l'.-. .1' mila I !
In the men. : were ) lL-t a.: aI. ( :v--t tax was special ': -
resolutionvaa hi
senate
Iliddltberger's : !
wuull be serious
be satisti it
entirely a the battle ht...d for several minutes. Five men I.' .M "i th. brotlie'-s ulsrrtt'd amid ha I chilihvi. house by meaat 1'"n.liu'I\U iit--
would reali.o.hould adopted calling on president to furnish I ti
matter, as they quickly 1 all the relative to the are its II't..1 !:idled. and more than a dozenwounue1. niA it is thei.1eeidatttsof the fourth (o':!1it.- rules: bet we .n Mr. ILiu-l: i.i i", i ith
correspondence dispute
tho convention."A .
the senate reject new between Venezuela Bud Great Britain concerning : sure Hf them seriously.A .T.-r:.ti >n ant downward wh. are now us- | ," Hepnblicin! ir*.':n? eix o the i-mai.t'..

convincing argument is tb't'I'r generalilissatisfaction certain boundaries. Bills were report "'.irier arrive' II-'re Tuesday with in- ..-.a! I tr r"*.ci>v' ring the Philip! Frtin'-is | XI, 'd that ?l Cariisl-! *. ..1 th+' alwiuv M
Cana bans with 1
expressed of this by Without authorizing; Brig.: fen. Absalom strut: ):i* t.> buy a large "appJy of arms and 'mlttak.(.. The: Keno association js iI j :.ra k 1".Itlll"t htlp hint'-elf. U 1114 inti-;

the provisions treaty. regard Baird animation, as further trouble is exi>ected.A : :ns t" have stvun'd from the department i uurit'. A> a 1 't'r of t't.. Mr 11 &..,11.
to from the of the
to it. It i'likely accept president .
to party they are opposed French row occurred last Friday at the Kentucky 4 i the i i.tl.'rwr at Washington am! from the > 'c-ii against the I\l'Ulliti..n in t'oLlltttlttrto !
republic a diploma conferring the
however to bt ratified those who ;
by decoration of commander of the Lesion of end of the tunnel b-'tween some mountaineers i'ivnii; :ovej-mnent an.'hi'ORlI tt' and make the ->rd 'r especially for that LiApprt '
in bound the
are duty to support aonrn.I1wnt. and confactors, in which two men wen :'uth: '.Itt c.jjiles of tlie original grantvith '
Honor and
The Canadian fishermen, however authorizing Commander Phillipsto wounded.! The ,h Till" of Cluibnru countyhas Utp.+ an-I Icriptions.: |>ri.ali. Hill Coint,!.".
a silver pitcher from the United
will be f-ati.tie with it while tho accept
never gone to tLe -cent of war with a large I Ie.e! -<' '.ati..n has also a favorable'! op *ii \ / -"lrl"pr:1 liThe ">iiip..t-nr
States of Columbia. Bills were passed to
practical operations of its provisions will ; "..""..co. i 'at nn.e nients of its claim given aft e_* "'1 r-c jrop! latio :s has agreed ujvci! : tl i:. !lr.. -
erect a monument to Gen. Warren at Bunker .
mako it decidc.llv this side of thn ,
popular on 'i-i:i 1'\\.tt.atI'I, under date of June II. t. 't', ex rutream judicial: ai'pr'j'iuii.i.! ; :
line." Hill, and rorJ public buildings at Brid.ep rt.Conn. )h. ('..rll ;ie i< Gett ins; Tired.
;>;'.', l.y tL,. late: Keverxly Johnson, ofpreeat !, I, and l* stet ly to be rej 'rte-l t I TH--- \h"IU\
Krt \\ orth Tex. Tallal1a..t't'Ia.., PrrrsBi Rev. Father
; ; ". April 14.- Hickey,
estiu for I t..9 1 *;! r
l'i hm.'t'. The value f the > a ?
DESTRUCTIV CONFLAGRATION.A : pn vtrfy : t.at.1
and Ala. The academy
Birmingham, military "h.as :4poiuttKl: to confer with the Edgar '
cl.iin-il: : is roughly! estimated at *i"'., of wlio<-i :inouir there l'1"-.1Cr-:.''.rl
appropriation bill was also pa..s.'d. Along Thorns Steel aid settle the, strike it I IIj
Mar) Iultl1110&::" Almott IlntirrlyWiprtl c unuany t jolY 'f;. i ii. tt'e bill *'?*.l; ;:.-""." Ti'-eaT'i-ro'-riit; :: -
di'eusswn'xt'urreei oa the bill to purchase has received a telegram: from Andrew Carnegie ..
f-.i' tkcnrnnt ti- '
Out IJy Mre. t'r the sainitj: ;. .1
a word of \\.a..hint.U..., and at ti p. t"ltII: :'.' ('0iiniitt"s! be .
a-.iiiug ) Hill .
appointed '
CucsTEimnvx: 31d., April lIi.---Th..' town i j US:2;: 'EM AS FERTILIZER. j .rugr.'gt''' *. II..IP .:r'i l:1 -
m. the senate adjourned. New Y ul'k. .h.rrn,
to to 'gio -----
of Ma)soys, a pretty little village in the go J !tan is r"-c M i : ,-n.i i for l I'v.9.
In the house the deadlock! continued until said ht'a... tiretl: of re'viving comnnttees .\ Pat.hory ChftnUf" IIan fur Di.poeiaof .;
of Kent .'OuntVa. aluust '
upper part ( entirely {
7 p. in., \livn a recess was taken until UI5 corning there in behalf of his employes and the Dead. i "int His Of.irf for I'olitirut l'urpoir.
d"-troyed by lire yesterday: which I I
started in 11 stable near the hat] l :uith's to-morrow. Hii-'ther:' vas s-nt it would only be a waste PnTSBl"I'.. April h>.-Dr. George Hay arhemist U'A>HIM r.> \pril !i"', -11. G'etiti.: .

-hop. The wind was very strong and boro !: Kighty-l'ourtli D-y.Iu of tim and monvy. ivuues a plan ;fur the! ili-x'sitiottt t'.5e: NV'A Vo-.v i'.VTi.i: ; Pi "t. has ".t '. *

- the dead bixlies of human heiu He advocates rial- >-aIir tli- '-Iriri ,- -
::; t i iii-ig
the flaming; particles of wood to the roofs of .
economic distribution ? the i i.- : : \ -.taut S :r.' i: >
: an o r' _v a.; 11.t "
II'
the adjoining: houses. There was not into the case of John Touchier, a I \.a .
;: I 1\: ,': \ ': \Ti. April; 14.- -Tbt:' stage nvclianic. ..
; .
mains, so that they may return VI the elements Maynaid t'"t !ir--i L .t.r .a t'i-: <->M' :"
"utUl'it'lIt"at r available in the town to : naturalized American citizen impress I into !j .'
I ia This uotuutitte .
are ti-'> : '' inurning a .
: .
'ridge I as SIMM as possil Ie. if fur no nth 'r U-. mater ;t ... .it t.. m- 'rr: ; t'-'i f "L' : :%
quench even the burning stable, and th:) i the French military service. Several I'r : ; .' c-l five fr -iu fl.-. John McCulkughas- "
hold their hands purpose t'::tri to furnish :t rt.'rti <:er. lh. i-111.1... and t Kis ii. .1! .'.t ;.i 1 ; tntt'! -: I.t' 'I'
people were compelled to bill.t'rt.' and Senator Coke delivered :1
passed ,
I "lUb0.. i'As.: :: waj'tiI on District MasterWorkwnin .
while th' their houses Ono : Hay weed i | ulvrize th ; "',.ly with th" .1: I patch t.ro'rl;; t.. ) ] :"' : tnrn! > -
: y saw destroyed. tho tarilT
a speech ()It president's message. I Cav-i:: p ;ii and iuformed him uf He

by one thu cottages caught fire, blazed The Dakota bill wastakpnupauildivuvs.ilby : that the the lute il :a ni-igvi-s t>f the city pro- The machinery. say: TtVeursi rhl' : .tl. l're.t.-.r.

awhile and then fell iu heaps of ruins until Messrs. Turpie. Culloin and Butier. Mr. down th'ir'a ... In machine might be so l'ott'in'l as t '.'. .
; sed .
pi> catting: ;; : case areduction break the b-.>u..first in piet\! i or the iiof WASHI\-.I. s' :' Th- ;; .l.jnr'tr.r
fourteen buildings; had been consumed.Among fpIKln"r obtained the floor and the senate nulla stik.in: J.'Ln
i all proba- :lvi- 1 !
hen + T.-i t i 'I tl.
a egg, next into fragments; of t'a > iz of \
the business places burned :tie the.tore executive session until -tiU: .
went into p. will 1.Jt. declare tii.-iv
m"1 bilitv !'
t :. i \ !
l tht
1& marbe an mangl' an-J lacerated H.I.11111.t0.l. l
:
of A. R Marlslterper, George Iivlan.l, !! When an adjr.urument was taken until ) -- .. .' ': '.' T I .'. \
: i
ti v r" !
mating
Mr. Dixon and O. F. Hughey and tU' big day. I l'o\\ilerl\ theKiil, ;:Ut... mass l.'ouh.lllext b? nvl'i il by m 'an.. of i p. '
: t. \r-r i:: :
!
I
hotel With the exception of one small hotel in the house a motion to adjourn was de SCRAXTOX, Pa.Jril 14.Master Workman :chopping machines an I steam txi'\vr to \al..aloI".ut"I''l

not a houso is left in the town proper. feated-rets l;;i>, nays l:;;;-one Democrat Powderly has written: letter t'} the min'
Most of the families are without food and Sowden, of rctuisylvaiiiji voting with the Knight.-; of Labor throughout; the country, this stage we hare a homogput-:; ,.\i. r, ... !:i\t..ttiation.hvt .

shelter. Snow freight cars \<>tan.lil1.on. a.sidetrack nt'pul.hl.'uus.ftftr a d mand for a call of advising them to discuss the eight-hour; I Ian mixture uf the entire body structu4 in the! '. .t.- I .; .r;. r I.t.! .

were opened last night, and the the house hits Leon refuse a second motion dispassionately with their employers and ft\rrn..t ;x pull>us mass of raw meat anditones. ..[\ i: !\ .' \ . .ll'. ... \'

villagers will dwell therein until they canprocure toadjoutii its &rl'i"ll-Yc'h U\ nays 1.';.. I try gradually; t- bring about a: reduction in Tuis mass should now U drif \ t-!: .is:1 j tI'1' 'A .. J"I-.. I',

other shelter. The losS i. esti jugnly Tn-m-ans of stenni b 'a' atal-'s.pi-: ,' '
not the hours of labor. He counsels against fixing 01' t' .r t tut.t'nyh.: .I t.'i'f.
li lll.l'iha Ua II tune of ;:;, l'' 1'.1.
; > < -gi et'"r a l'I".urt'f thirty
Two house
mated. (churches school railroad any definite date for a change. .. r' I' iitt.:
station and seven dwellings ('sea pt'\l. The The -enatw was not in sess.on. -- pounds to the inch ie-(aust', firstly, we Wish

heaviest loser is. Dr. C. II. Massey, who lost In the house the journal of tho legislative t hief Arthurs Opinion.Cuii'.vso to n. lu"fa the material to a condition convenient I:, .. .t : ',n'. 'I..i t.

thnve dwellings; and two stores: not insured. | day wt' Wednesday, covering the period of April 14. Chief Arthur of theBrotherhood fur bolnll, 1a;. awl sec
Stephen Moyer lust heavily but is insured.V i the dt'uUoek.1' .. read. It consisted of of Locomotive Engineers, has to disinfect: it, as no infections or ;c..ntagi-; > I.- I' ''It. : '1.1;' I f11 ';: tltt ::
: : ; .
I ninety manuscript pages:; exclusive of returned to this city from his eastern trip. ii-*':'uso can retain its vitality at tin t.'!itp .r- : r. :i.; :. .at; i'T -. s : ., ,111. i : 'i ; t ;

Mysterious 1'ire. 1 ,. ",'ntv-lue roll ('aU... An accumulation of i He says that the Burlington cannot ubtain' ture. Once in this condition it wuu'm- > !I\. .'! .; I I i-i --i ; '.

PITTSntu, April 1C.-At WW; o'clock I executive; dO'IU1WOt.s'iL" laid before the : full force of engineers; outside of the Brotherhood ir.and a giK>.l price for the purl** of a fer-

last night; l''a: discovered in the basement -!' *ivv-v: an-1 referred. The postoilice appiopnati in five years to operate its system, and tih;w.: Mi'\STER' P -I;LP;,

of the Chronicle Telegraph building, \ '+n bill was reported. Coxtferein.- re 'I thinks that stockholders.. will soon intervene Aiu.ther methot is by bulling m close lIe .Arrive > \ .etnl ,- I"I r-

\t>3 rM and 1-4 Fifth avenue. '11t' damagewa pottof ladiaii &tYai;*.. were agreed to. to settle! the strike.A v,........!... The oil which stud! rise to the top t." .II. "

confined, to the press room, stock room i l'olUuutt.t're called for private repul.t'au,1 ,, may be drawn off ti> be converted into "oai sirwr.linb! % I' .i siilj' iIEW ,.

and fetereotype room in the lta e'nlent, and a large number submitted. The remair.der KENTUCKY DOUBLE MURDER. -)1' lubricant. The residue may, by various Yi 'f.KiJn '; ?i ":

the business otl'uv on the first floor. The of the day was spent in committee Tvvo Peddlers Main--for- -Their- Money >'tarSOMERSET. .irivti.MH.Ssi;; .<. be e+xtvertel into tVrtili/i;t.g :' &n.1 Til.- .-ua't A.-' w' '
damage will not excee.i SlO.OJJ insure !. 'tu-n' wa.Mu>t'-i' ; > ; b. -' ;
; ; of the wh.'it! di"cussiiij; a bill for tho pay- nin .
The origin of the fire is a mytt.'ry.n un- meiit of a claim for j'7\"U for the occupation .ull1e..t. iliotlril an I last brilliant s'igetion u would'"ftirn: t', l.ot.-i i .1 *!:. .

knovMi man was seen hastily leaving) the of certain property in Memphis: by United !,I : Ky.. -\prlll-Tlm! mysterious \u.-tllati-.n: uifthoil. The bodies are lo.: H.! U. :., i;..re Ia .t; p -I.t' : '.' -

building) by the front door jut previous to Slates troops. in 1434.o action was taken find on Cleutlennin's Ridge of the throat lips to bf | law.l in .;:.* ivtoit an I in atxiutlx He.l'--- ".\; ::0 :,:,iy "lull.to .. .' !

the disco very tif the tire. Thi is the second on the bill. At 3 o'cltx-k a recess \\a,. taken aud mustache of a man, reported some time hours will be ("converts jilt-) iiluminatii tiie M ,:: ,.; ... 'j'; ,:. t'irui

within few that the ha ago, is explained.: : rain run r. .:,, .'? i -.iMi Ins t. '
time a years paper until riO; the night scssiou being for the ;gas: water, :ammonia tar and anu-ial iiaroal. '
attend from the t'ame.lU..t"<< To-iuorro"' consideration of p"n..ion bills. Two peddlers, were missing; and blood was ': liy ..ui", equeut ui..tiilatiousIKU: *ul.- **I teat ji-.t b ., stir t Ila.t '"

paper will U issued front the Dispatch office. -- -- --- found near a <".cave from; which a stench is Jtauce* as "n!{,hateof aUlIuul1 a, aniline coon ':- ju.;."'-!I.!> h is u. .r '.' I .:..-l i ; ... ;

LELAND STANFORD.: sued. It was believe-1: the two mea were !> and i car. < Ii4-! acid may be obtained. ir is Lav-!-> u,j>i? .u-.. !ii ts.at ii.iv'lil'.t t '.

A S14,000PENSIO\_ murdered and thrown there. This was near the jirm-e. > winch( finds most favor w-th ihwritrr. ,- i" 1t.I': t Ir .....tl.. my i-: '
Hi- Xar.iViJI Probably be I'.ehm tlse .
---- -
the resMri'-e "f John and Hairy Hil! :. .
', A Ittiml UiMituvky Private to llccrlve Keitil li National t'uu-nt.III.; --- ------ oil" -
> -iu I'! '
Yesterday a woman natnil Sn.itli[ wh" ad"'I' : rth.-r ijn- -t' t\- Mr I Ir
That .\I""lInt.UWIX SAX: :tt \ l'I--:'o April '. -A gentleman: RAPIDLY RISING RIVER. t '* -.' '.
with Hills
lives the es a'.i: t"> a neighbor s't: tit! t.- .: I.! -II ki.n.v .

( S'U.LE.Ky.., April !:i-1'erhaios; tha' of this; city, who has jti.r returned tromiitrtm. and toll him.11'. J"me.s.. that the two peddlers The II.MH! UravluM. Panl. Ouin;: It Vast! th:: -- ii. .1 t." IM .I''t'''' l"1' ".''

largest i*>n cf
any for ser "ices as private" soldier has naturistST. ', ';-1' !:
Hllrit'I'EO murden-1 by them. They had ti:. i t t.t WJt.e t"--"T
PAn, :Minn April i:;.-The tttKxl bus .,'
been awarded to John Vi" who lives :
just
avery '
held a q.tdt over their: faceto sniotbtT If : I." :. .t, '" I : 1. I" -
short distance east of this! pIa'..... at last reach St. Paul. Though:; the major '. .' !.
but
them, the victim.: struggled so derierately t. I '.:" '.: t 1. ::
The {**usiim, $7J u mouth, is for totalIdindness. that the fvo ilnU C'inip tied her to cut part of the city Is on the bhuF an l iie\oiid. i.a h ;. : i. r .. I,. I' ,
and dating buck t-> the the |H*<>sii.iiiry "f dau f"r. West St. Paul and ,
beginning; 7 their thl" of Vice's i:. the tint of the the western |">''rli': 'M of the town pjlt.'r aiv IrI.
application year 1; et dishpan art threw it in the roa-l. Toe bodies :1. I .
war of the Ivbellion. now foots I on low K r..ad. Tbe water .n the riverpassed 4"
up something were r"ilk..t of :2 ii)'. Th"ir :ae-. were so -

over SHUV.. Vice has for many years teen I mutilated an-.t t-, by>> teeugaiztl'l-:.>, 1Ildl.1Hin the danger; line at o'clock this in'ri- ( kivtJustice 1Vattte's V ia.1ot.E1N .
familiar the of this III,;:. rk'tw '''n ;.' and '+ o'clock the rat -r n>.* I'L'eft
u figure on streets place, 'I the v-ellar: two day., atte.- winch they were" /. tt. *i -Tne will: : ,

coming frequently as a mendicant, tbt' wa j tak.a: r'w.t, two Vet aJlluaanfauuIi", were c>,nir>'!Ilyd! Justice !1.\ r:..Tri.n ".t.t wa- .1,U::.." t.

abjectly poor and has a helpless fa'inly.Tiiis 1r I 1.. woii.4n Smith aa! tha Hills were ar- to abandon their Loaand seek places If probate M '1 I ty. I ,- :a v.ry ". -: .

large sum of money is something her 1, 1'I s' rCI't.-.l this moruiii; an I loJ;-d iu jail at .aftatt.fife ment. :. '" tn."I.I. it I ': .

yond this |KX>r fellow's wildest dreams, but ) t Jllm tu" 11. Mrs. :nti1tatt's that the iiill water is still rising, and if there sh'mid Wait.f J.r. :.-lo.'Ib t r' ,"ar.t\ fWasi -

why this pension so clearly and s justly threatened to kill her if be made any be any increase in the water i'' >ruinit dv w n i t :. I. C -. .\:I..; tl;"lt .

due him lias been withheld fro:u Liu MI attempt K escape, aud that they have compelled from tributary: rivers, there will hardly be a r-: I'I" < '.u--l'a-. : ;

long, is a question not easily: answereil.The her to do things too burriolo to nar- bouse on the flat on either side of tb s river jU.f\.t'-. l- a' 'i .n.: : "ft '" ut. \.1' '

three men of tlliitnue.tiat: vL-inity, rate. They bue a had reputation whereverknown. not suhnl-r.etI.. Inqairies show that at leasttw" M-.rr. .o '; iV. .. -. ... .- ad. '. .
Alf. Jackson John Siairh anti J..UIt'll: hu.i el !>eopie are temporarily IIOIIKIMU t- '
"', \ ., -.\ u) 1..i.i. an I i "' '.1' : > -,
its., 1 :.l d
tthuare now enjoyin; the inuuiiLv-a: 'imy '; ? u L iuil. I
.! each troth the SLEEPING THIRTY DAYS.A -----
of $ bt>\"t"mllk".tt. eu-a t'tw .. .0)s.
/ f !UiiIer. I.et (iu.I" I \ :
total blindness uiemlters of
were sue
saau t.oeInto
/7/ Younj Lady a Trance ami Ueiiiaii -
company, in the sam regiment -the Twentyfourth / I l ..n: v :> HEE.: Mii. April 14.-T., Two ui the (:atttrhl. t. W.
J
> Oier :Month.BUFFALO.
Kentucky Infantry. l :t > au A boii- e.i i y tb" AiuUtead Lumber com NEW YORK, March :: -.\ ltlt.l.

-=-_ I N. \prillr-For some tiaaa .'h'.t tL1t
firemen. Sun
paix killing two One v.''i-Ut the Kveuing ahl'I' pI
THE BALD KNO33ERS. L1LAND ETAXTOS3. the village of Attica, Wyoming county, has tillsit'... U.:'' iii;&n lault.,1'rklll", tbe other Hamuriieli; and Mi i. Bele!! )** .11. l

l w..i.ator: L-a.,; .' .I 1-r.ttelu uIK been greatly excited over the case of a young cult'i.i. s..i' t-i: Ji e Hh.: A young white l't,' :-in.l. have been engaged I. r "!it' >1*s"

t 1)ase1'alkcrtob0Eecuted-Tbe: vfiitencof e t. >.. :> uativ.it iT-x-J had woman named Emma Tom, w ho ;goes into : of the \ the.nl
!.rte : -e uja.i nan. : > ; ing. a son sawyer, and that they will he 11I.r..lt

t the Other fi.taliV dxvi name' torot, for' trances the length of which she: tells before- was al-.. ...... '!i. A laborer named Allen time that Miss tiarlfc-M aa i J =t.U;

ST. Ix>rts, April U.-The jury m the case, thtl Im.li..1"at.ttla; ive'iri4t.i ana band. She has non in a trance lastingover Liud:,.-y: t.Ji.J! u le,; badly crusbe The mill lev Brown are urute.1 oUi In lntl"'I'.u"u ,.1

of Ua'hr111 ..r. leader of lite! Bald Kuobl cmntiki.t--.r tae pre
> >rIll trial at Ozurk. 110.1., returned a, reach ihttcoiiciusia:!, d sirej We ..ui port present sleep one month ago Sunday :March \\ere b It t,) pi.'('rsT bait been eU impn.ve.1 at an otlY
' of murder in the first James, 11. She bad bin w4de awake l la wwGarfiekl
verdict dfgre I of the C'aiiforaia dete atioa to the National eight consecutive -- ---- -- of S3l>, hom."n.

Mathews, William Stanley, AI1'1S Joue:i Cuti..t! days and nights; partaking during; that manltU in New York increu..tnj. jYoiiK. ,.with his brother Jau> l*;

and C. C. Siuuuun_ the preacher, weiv then I' time of more nourishment than in all the six NEW April 14. Ktjur new cases ofsmallpox the of law in CincinnatilO

."' utlis of her i revioti trance, the amount \\,.;l'- .",- '\ :-red to-.:a> practice



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THE FLORIDA STAR, THURSDAY, APR. 19, 1888. ;j

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Their Business JJOoi l1ng. Bncklen's Arnica Salve. L. C. OLI 'ER. F. T. HenGlOLIVER -. 1

Probably no one thin has caused such The best salve in the world for cuts,

a general revival of at all the drugstores bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever & E1TDGE:

on Indian River as their giving sores, tetter chapped hands, chilblains, ti
atray to their customers of.so many free corns and all skin eruptions, and positively -

trial bottles of Dr. King's Sew Discoveryfor cures piles, or no pay required.It Dealers in
Consumption. Their trade is simply is guaranteed toVive perfect satIsfac- .

enormous in this very valuable article tion or money refunded. Price 25 cents 4

from the fact that it always cures and per box. For sale by all drug stores in GEORGIA PINE LUMBER

never disappoints. Coughs, colds, asthma Titusville and on Indian River. ,

bronchitis, croup, and all throat and

lang diseases quickly cured. You can DIRECT YOUR SHINGLES AND
WASIIIXG TO LATHS.
test it before buying by getting a trial

bottle free, large size $1. Every bottle TITUSVILLE



warranted.FOR SALE, STEAM LAUNDRY. I General Hardware,



steam Launch Eleanor, II N. C.itwfttftion BRYAN Guaranteed, Proprietor.by Sash, Door and Blinds I; Stoves, Tinware! and Crockery.


Length, 35ft. ; beam, i!ft.; draught,

28 inches ; speed, 8 miles. i __ I Dress raid One Way. p AIiJgIu AND OILS,



For particulars, addressG. IARIVER Refrigerators, Water Coolers, Ice Cream Freezers,

Loutrel Lucas Eden Indian River Real Estate
Agency.
FLORIDA. Screen Wire, Screen Windows, Screen-Wire Doors. ,

The Launch may be seen at Joyner and Titusville, Florida.

Booth's boatyard, Cocoa, Fla. '
50-4L SEXI) FOR DESCRIPTIVE LIST. POWDER AT NEW YORk PRICES. i iI ii

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:: & "l: .; :.J Chas. D. Sweet, Manager." T I T TJ S V ILL E, FLOHID:


:'\ .. .J"1';.''.b.... ":1 y.i._.....'f'.,.j'..., .' .11''ffi1 SANTA LUCIA" -
.
I 4 (........'I .J 't:' ....V.. I NevvLu.mber Yard.
..fi .. "'" / t I \ "k; ..I'f tJI .

t: ,...,'' i',. ..; -. ..;; li'iJ' ) Is located in that t to
1f ;; riY .. ,; magnificent Tropical -- > F t
I .' ., .
\":'- .' .'= Forest that lies between the Indian and
li
to:: 11j."t :\::' '- St. Lucie Rivers, and is laid off. by
; ''' -. All kinds of Pine Lumber Dressed and
." : Undressed and Pine
'''' : '. feet wide, into three Cypress
streets
ft.'"; ._';, "'.., '-' = ..;: ....?r sixty acre
4
P ,
: : ,
'Jfr.u blocks, and smaller lots which will be
t old reasonably to actual settlers. This
rpJ ..... 1 :< Laths etc. etc.
t.!. +.....Iii. I "" IJ'M, ,,>. region is winterless, is in the land of the Shingles, 1
I ;' i cocoanut and pineapple, where all the

.f'f'1'. ..: / : ; Tropical Fruits flourish. Address, with Special attention given to all orders. River Trade Solicited. Yard i is located on the South Sidt* m ii
,J'.,.... .t....t .1 "" (',,. Nfl. .: stamp,
,I ... ,,- tt".> ,!-. ,". ",.1" ; :": Railway West of the Grand View Hotel, Titusville.
J.\:1'
'n. '
I. oi(:>t' .'' ," .-I; lJ r...... \*\ .. i I. H. BAKER WavelanJ Dade Co
.r... ,.tlt'''",,. '...:;.., "'".A.'' .7.. "'.V-. ...." -VV. P. .LITCHET
N AgeJl.i: ;
CI'! rA'';
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'I \ "\" .l'. : !Jt oJ' ......... FLORIDA. ;52. 52. 9 N
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lij'"r. P" WM. H. SHARPE,
COURT WEED

1 IMiff i1 A TITUSVILLE ra

L'! R4nl REAL ESTATE AGENTFOR -0-

1- 2n Tho people of Brevard County State of Flor (1.1. nrv IicrcKy Summoned ,li

,"... : ::.;\!) &S9: l-'AVORITE!: FURNITURE STORE. to appear at the Store of J. Illl NBAI'M. Clothier, fur the [p\lr- I

;:'*'v ::. our:; C:: ORDER. CITY POINT. pose of Examining a full line of
'I r.=-- :-.' otoNUrrlfas(\sawing machine,
':< _r 'OO';' 'it ot your i.Iaco! for terms and! Lands sold on long time with interest: or Spring Clothing '
: ?f cannot find our agent, writ ,
I s. you on the }lease system, or for cash.: .
; nearest address to you below named Hats
r.ito; Lands cleared and planted, and cared for t

il h-il hC:' "ihSLVi'lltU., .\' t irnunHL;;! uUflniibuWlnii I S if desired ; by contract or otherwise. A. Frosolier Shoes,
... 28 L'NIOU: 'SQU ,
C''irJ ElrlXD"lLAS. G-ent/s Goods
Furnishing
t Ti.LCLIS,3 i:l. jiTLANTA, l,GA'sA'm.AlIC1Itl:AL Refer to E. M. Hreeoe, Detroit, Mich.; i
:Q a Jno. C. Norwood, Titusville, Fla.,; B. \\'. PROPRIETOR. Trunks and Valises,
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and J. tra ,T3zewell Court House, Va.and .; '
,I.tSTIit'.1 S.1L1:. And judge for themselves as to CHEAPNESS. (J ALITY andNEATNESS.
A. Becker Montreal Canada for
'
Notice isherebygiven that under and by virtueof whom I have made l I II
a final degree of sale and foreclosure renderedby groves. will make for few on1in ( 'IIILIU'} : KNEE
the Honorable John I). liroome. Judge of the a run a days 1l
Circuit Court for the Seventh Judicial Circuit of AGENTS WANTED to Canvass for Adver Parlor Suites PANTS, ages: from 4 to 12: years, at T\ri:XTY-FIE CENTS I'KU t in l t
the Mate of Florida on April 2nd A. 1). l89m -.. I'&tronuge. A email amount of
a certain cause in Chancery therein pending in work done with tact and intollitf-nce may produce PAIR, and all other (:Joods in proportion.
the! Circuit Court for liretard County and for theOrcuit aconsiderubleincome. Agentnearn several
aforesaid, wherein licnjamin I). DowniiiKi Lundred dollarsin commissions usinglo season Having just returned from the North where I have made a ionil: ,
(complainant and Helen' llakcr and JosephF and incur no personal responsibility. Enquire Bed Room Suites Selection and all]] to !lie -uitod. No uiii'l Call
Baker l I.'r hi.sbaud. aiv lt'l. ndantti, I, as at thel1urest newspaper'ice and learnthet ours one ; are sure > funny : -*
Master in Chanccr will Sell for.cash, to the is the beat known and best equipped establish and convince yourselves atST. ,
highest bidder on Monday, May the Seventh,18s4, mentfor placing advertisements lu newspapers
the same being the first Monday in the month in and conveying to advertisers the information
front of the lard County. 1 lorula. between the legal hours ot ments wisely and profitably Men or nn'laI- Beds Mattresses v
rate, all tho following described real state, to-wit : dreo", or women, if well informed and practical, ,
\11 that certain lot piece, or parcel tli laud *Ml'iatc, may obt tin authority tosol icit a J vertiM nir patron THE ONE PRICE CLOTHIER
I lying and hl'l1I1111 the County of Url''anl.tat.., of nge for 11". Apply by letter to OEO.r.'lIowEii.
Florida and known and described on the public &Newspaper AdvertisingHurtau, 10 Spruce
mare and surveys' of p'aidtate a* lot number lour, St.,New York,and full par uculuravi.l Lewatby Springs, Second Door East of Indian River Bank, TITUSYILLE, FLORIDA. ;
of lIt'C"Uonlllllu1.r three (3) in Township numlMT return mail. I
thirty (::11), south ot Uauge thtrtyeightca.t.[ )
containing thirt '- il. and one.half acres, more or
\O'I'ICEAll
IfKg.or mash thereof as may IK- nes.sary to re. And everything in the FrilNlTUIlE TITUSVILLE CASH STORE,
alua the amount of raid decree, all of the abo\e having claims against the
land being in In'u.nl ((lllllt ', State of Honda |persons ; line 'all and see the New Mock
Witness my hand and real this third lIar: of estate: t If IMiincas I). \\Pl'o.on, late of said received. T1:11:1) & H rJ :] : I ] .:..
April A. l .1KsM. l Brevard county, Florida, deccea-ed, are just I

\VALTO S. OUAHAM. [Scald] hereby notified to prl'-{'llt them properly I Arknowlodjied Headquarter) forAI.AVAYS tiI
Master in Chancery for Brevard County authenticated to the Hon. Minor S. Jones, I

ImieK k William: CVmnty Judge of said county, or to the BEAUTIFUL RIVER FRONTFORCED Fine Groceries

Solicitors for Complainant. 50-51 urlllt'r-igll(,'1, and all per-oiii owing; said

estate are required to make immediate i

fr.iimA.VSOTIC i:. payment to the uuder-iirned; or this notice AT : OI1A: .N :J I ). 1

will IK }leaded! in bar.Auxi .
T i till if man 'O/U'f'/"U : i> ALSO
Take notice that it i imy intention to :, :M. PlOX.: SALE. ,

apply l to the Honorable.John 11. Br ollu'. -t-.Sl Executrix. I'tn1ian.Vi11a: Pn.in.'ts: ,

.lodge; of the Seventh .Jiulic-ial DUttiet of '
"VV"hi.'te Lead Iorosc: ao. .
Florida at his Chambers at 1)clatttl'o- Xu"('.> of solutioii.s :oO.l; ; acre.- of high; dry land beautifully ,
hi ia (countj Florida on the 7th day of situated on Indian lliver. lives[ at heat Linseec1. Oi1.
Raw:: and: 3Boilod.IT'ooci. ,
May, .\. I.1SS"': for h'Ito <.ellthe I, XOli"I' i is hereby ;circa that the co- a quarter mile river front. WiI1be sold

follOWing doeriled real estate, the j prop- part III'rllip heretofore exi-timg: enderthe at least .".0 per cent leis than any land Cotton Scod Mozil and B"nI: +..
erty of :Mary Annie 01':1\'. Fannie Lonna: I tirm name of l1ul'k:1h.r.Bmlge: i iI is of like nature on the liver. We are

tray; and Ella Louisa Gray, respectively! I title day diol\vd bv niutii:'.! consent ordered to.sell, and) sell we inus-t. Hap, Grain., c n.c1.I .
infants under the age of :!1 years to-\vit : L. ('. Oliver )pnrcltasing F. (:. Huckaby I I
The east half of the northeast quarter of I int 'rot. Tho m'\\' linn will continue Address or call on I Fcr'ti1izers.F'u11 /
the northwest and the northwest business at th" old stand under the livid
quarter of Oliver I ud and the sail 'has. I>. Sheet, : Lin.o: of Nails. '
quarter ot the northeast quarter of section name :::: > ;';e. !

[ !.. township 21. south of ran;:eI5.:;:tt'lst Oliver .\: HlHl e. a*:
; alto two acres, more or less, in itie up to date.
the L. C. OLIVKU.: Indian River Real Estate Agency,
quarter southwest of said quarter Motion of and the northwest and F. T. llfi r.i:. .VI.I C BOO lH ( ;.l" ...:\.. I HAXTKKI: : I ).
range;: ; HTTVAILI.F, FL\ :
also N:; a'l"lmore or less, in the southeast March :U. IS: r tl. .\gt'ntfor o\\ktT,r and Iavitigt< F -rtilir..-.
quarter of the northwest quarter of

the said sectioualld Miiuirrs: sii.i.
ranjre.Dated
at Titusville this :"nh ll:1oi: PORTER & POTTER
.lpril.A.1). 1
), F. GIL\Y. upon a judgment recovered in the court 1i
(;itiardiau of the said Infants. of lion. II.tUm.on.. Justice of the peace in and Steamship: :Lin.e.
lor Dre\ard county Florida and transcribed to i
.TONF.S & 11
tLt.1.1MS. Real Estate Dealers I
uhll'irl.'uit Court, wherein William It Sanders was
TlnKhiiant l ) 'ti of this Line to al.-
Solicitors for said Guardian.In llautl11"and George Cleveland wa defendant, I : antlers: appointed *
have levied upon and will sell at public outcry to
tin- Circuit Court (>ftlie teccnth Judicial the highest aud l e tot bidder, for cash in front oS Laic IVoi-fli, fad Co., I'la. FROM JACKSONVILLE,
the Court house door in Titusville. in said county.
Circuit cf Florida, Jireranl County. on the first Monday in April. the same being the :-,1IIXOI.IXl': \\') .Tliur day, Apr. .th, ll:::+> am
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1n l.the matter of the petition -]I 2nd, tot day thereon All that( A. I lot> ls of land. the following in said county: property t f Lake Worth riorid i4 the most tropical put of CHEROKEE (New). Thurnlay, Apr. 12ih, IWa M t \
the Mate It Ides parallel! with the ocean beach is ... lt! th WiO
Elizabeth
.
CulI.| Bret art described as follows : SEMINOLE: (New ) Thur..tlayI'r. am
M? niancerj.dealer. miles lone, of an average width of one mile, i*
ton to Kvome a free Commencing at a post or corner >P5-100 chains" connected with the ocean by an inlet and is nowhere CHEROKEiNew( ). 'fliur-day, Apr. iUthI I : i I north of tie southeast corner of lot 4, section over three-quartt of a mile from the ocean.
township 23, south of range :;(" east tht'm't"t'.t to The inching and hunting cannot excelled i om- FB.C>M FEB..N ANDINA,
This cause coming.. on to be heard be- bank of Indian River thence north along banks ofa1c1 pano. blue fish sa trout barracuta. sheephead: anlloth..r
fore me in Chambers at DeLand. Florida. > river 3 15-UK chains to post or corner thence fine fish being easily caucht by trolling or Sunday Afternoon
and upon reading the of James S. east S3! chain to post or comer, thence south with a net I>eer and wild turkey are plentiful inthe After '.11 fJfth.-
report Ilrr \
;
3 !5.HIt chains to I.o't.! thence west to place of con
wood the chain of fresh water
|hell the Master hcrl' ol appointed tneucemeut ooutainniR 7 acres, more or le...s. And pine beyond :
lakes which lie west of Lake AVoitb. iwautiful cocoanut -
wy this Court to take the testimony in also lot number four '.4)1. ot ceotion (5)) eight, township groves are in bearing all along the Chores of Florida Railway and Navigation Cos Train
*:1hl" : and further by reading"the t3tl i thirtvthrettouth un.t'0) forty f'a..t the lake and guavas mangoes, papadillo. alligator
40 acres. more or less-except (51
e'uitaning forty
certificate of the said Master of the competency five acres;of the south t part of said lot, deeded 10;)' I tamarinds>ears. sugar, coffee apples, goosberry:jauii-h limo trees, matinee Jamaica app apple!>s,, Leaving Jacksonville at : :45; p. III.
of the petitioner.. Kli/ah.'th Mid Cleveland to the Atlantic C u..t St. Johns and .
,
almond dates, C s. ranges .
mautaee
apota r
lt n\I.\.1:1-
HELAWAUEVEMA&SEE Sunday : iiualay. \j r
Cailton. to take charge; of and manage I Indian liner.. Railway Co on the-.3rd day of Jann limes lemons, citron and all kinds of tropical fruits SUlulaJ.'r.. Mb I I -
\. I) 1" "'. And also the west half(W. j i of its :
her ary and flower are doing finely here. This is the most .
property both real and personal) one and two (1 and 21\ of tecticii S:<, and west half i I II"C I DLLWAUE Sunday Apr. Uth | DEL\\VAlK: KlHMiH \>
1"0 miles of the
I eastern part of Florida bring ea-t
and upon 1ll'arin'hat was alleged by lot (*\ two quarter section 34, all in township longitude ol Jacksonville This brinks the ( ulf I I -otl..tu.: are i i>i>ointtl toail from I'M r 2J>, }asst Itivt-r, Nir York
Council of said petitioner it is therefore ..outhl.t range 41 east, containing: ; 6'; acre, more 'I' Stream i.earerto' the laud here than at any other
ordered that the said Elizabeth Carlton less, being! the tame land deeded to said Cleveland -I part of tlitcoatt.. and thus insures the mot even Evtry Tue.-day and Friday at 3 o'clock, I'. M.
the loth day of Janu- I
Timothy C Gage on |I
be and she i charge:: of and! manage: her own estate Clerk): of the Circuit Court on the Ith day of Anpu from lo.ooo to L'f:: .(U') bn!"helf t-arly tomatoes beme i given tJU.hll' 1'lItr11.tt'l1 tothis Ihlt'
and property) anti! she is hereby declared ; "t A. I,1Ss6. crown e\eryyear. which bring from 1.'.0 tJ 'I Direct all -s-liiinnentsfiom New \"or1.Ia c.lrlll': FlorWa Liiw, l'it'r?s, East lin'r. t
r.cnI.x.htnft' !
j J. K .. Fur further intoimation apply to
a nee dealer $5.00 per bushel. Good hotel, stores and po t-
in every respect. I :-; Bret lid Co. !! I'lficare convenient Lot of all ..izl'* and prices J. A. :HTIAs Mit, I. A. LK-LIC. Affittt.KenmiKliiiii '
Done and ordered in Chambers at Po j Jlison s JoxEs i secured by the above firm, who have almost all of I. r la. .... W Ifciv ..t.,Jacksonville,.Fl.'.
land. Florida, this 7th day of April .\. !: llamtifl .didtor. j jI the best land to ell.\ Parties buy me row M ill. in a TI1EO. Ii. KOEir, TnilHc .Mamigt-r, U'M. I'. fLYUh'A: CO.: t.FVL .\t.rs.,
]). lSS i. j )March, l S?. .,'-51. short time, more than double the iurcha fc money. :J-) iSroadwav. Y. \-outh: U'hnrvt-s I'liilatU-li'liia,ii ISrnaitway. N.1F.
3!. IRONMONGER, Jr.. General Traveling Agent. Jackson k'. 1'&vneb.
JOHN 1JUOOME, h i ffhe above t-ale is postponed until the first )[onI ;(. L:ts range from 5 to 10 acres, all fronting ou Lake '
of day in May, C5, the same being the';tb day thereof : Worth. Price from {'5 t) to *.lOO an acre Anyone Since last season VENTILATORS have been constructed on the iron steamers far tie
the 7th Judicial
.Judge wishing farther information enclose to the
; stamp
I and hour. 'I II
at the same place
.
better of and
transportation: Oranges Vegetables.
It
Circuit of Florida. J. E. BOWMAN, rherixL above firm.
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6 FLORIDA STAR, THURSDAY, APRIL 19, 1888.

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Taxes Taxes CATARRHvmce. S IPLE TREAT3/ENTprr
"e mall enough to
4 Old EIS. DESCRIPTIO S. T. R A. and OWSER. DESCRIPTIO S. T. R A. and K. s. LACDEEBACH & Co., T73 Broad con j sheet.
I Costs. Costs. Newark, N. J.

Bollick, \\". D. I n u cor lot J '_).c.................................... -" 2135 ---r.r 17seofse = Hodges; n part lot 3....................................... ; .436 15j, 4 70 $65 A MONTH and BOUID for 3 Bn ICh;Tonnq:-
Bonker, G. Y. I 1......................................27. (41 I 38 184lot Hogg, H. H. w of n w 1 and s ............................ 7127, 36 6 12 (LEK: &Men CO.or, Philadelphia Ladies in each, Pa.county J>. w. a.u.tr
Brainard, Eugene 23 24 block B Eau Gallic ............... 162737 1 02 Hogg, H. H. e #1....................................................15,2736, 160 2 72 _--- --- n _
Brown, Th *. H. n w 1 of n e 1.. ................................ !) 40 3 23in Hooker, ',"01. G. lot 23 25 27 blk 23 Aurantia................. 3S'034, 67Iioughtling PARKER'8""
Brown, Spencer Jot 3 strip 208:; ft e and w from ......... 4132113)1 _, Geo. H. lot 11 Aurantia ..................................38'2034' 4 S9 HAIR
south line ..................................... .. 8 !}iJ : Houston, Jno. s part of set of ne I I the popular f BALSAM roriu for
Brown. A. R. lot 12 Aurantia .................................3Sj'-02 ,3-h I 5 I 1 02 s part of Jot 1 and 1.,8, ,2737] 65 7 74 Il the hair, Kcktoim? color drwfa.v hei
Brown, Kate B. S l Jot 1 ............................................13.2.36. 30, 3 28se Howard, Jno. L. 11 part of Jot 1......... .: ,34: '40 2 1 17 It pay cleans, and preventing the scalp, stop UndrS
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Bryan, N. C. : 1 of s e 1 .......................................1610, 401 3 2S Hoyt, G. lot 5 blk J Titusville ..........................13.22331. ; 2 07 hair f 1llinlr.and"lUre &0 p....
lot 2 ............................................... ,.:31,3)1'!), + 1 86I lot 1 blk 22Titusville.......................... 3122,31; :; S3 I! I par t J 0 t" .......................................1.. -,30, 3(1 oJl j 101, 83 Hughart, J. H. P. w of 8 e j....................................... 3i32,3, I' 80 38., HINDERCORNS.
Hr'cerm.. lot 2 ................................................I-I I :37 -10; 67 I 4 33neofne Huntington Lowring lot 35 Aurantla ................................. ? : 1 02 The Barest 8t1Nfl and bNt eve for Corns Bcuicm. *
Buck, Lucretia .................................... l5'-73Gt, -to 102 Hutchinson, David S. lots 345; 6 7 8 9 blk D Titu \"illc......... 3122:35: 57 15 Stops to cure all pain.li cenu Ensure at I'rcggista.comfort to liacoi the fee\ >Co i*T,rtZii
Bullard, Mary lot 3................................................ .7j3039, 481 3 28U Innes, James )1. 5 w 1 of s w 1 .................................... 5,22Hto,.. ,: 1 eGIrwin Xt
Bundv :M.: E. e :# and e 1 of n ty; -I.1 ..........................-)i-7'36} "_"1'0' 3 8- Sarah 11 w # of n e # It.I'J.'v);:: 9" I
Bu b\\. R. stvofsty t ....................................12'1., I II I .Tachon, Tho lot 13 and s 1-t..l............. 32283; 2 till MEMORYMAKES
I'nv 1 of nul.................................... ,:3.j'I ()I I 1 SC" .TnuJon, Rosa lot 4 blk n Fi her's atl to Titus\'ilJe ......1' 3122.'' ': :;:. 83
Cable, E. )I. e cor J 0 t"%f....................................... 8')99''" "'', 3 23lot ; Johnson, Maggie lot 1 of sub-div w } of n e J.............. 3 23 37t 5') I
Capron, J. D. 3 ................................................ .1-1'41 8 59s I lot S of su b-d'IY s wt of n e }...............I, 3 1 2S'37llot 5 -
of Jot .......................................... ') 41 1 1)1; 3 28 Keith, RuelKemper 13 to 22 blk 22 Aurantia.................3' 2034': 1 17 I
Carpenter & Uuddifill1Caril'nter din J lot 1 ....... .. .. 62C37 1 30 and Lumbeck lot 1 ...............................................j: ; i I i SUCCESSwholly
S. B. !block 1..2..3..4..fj.6.; ;i7. T t ; i I .1 I lot G and 7 ...................................... 30,32,40' I,' 114 7 74; ]' ,
Carpenter'sadd. -1"1"I' 13 21 Kiggin, A. T. w i of s w J .123431139; 80: 121 unilLe artificial "J trmB \ny book
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to Titusville........ .. 'I] I' learned hi ,1.1' adiug; i'las..- .jf lo7 in Baltimore
Chaffee, C. E. Slot 3 subdivided fractionaL................! 51 7 71Is King, Sarah s e 1 of s w 1..1.3:3'1'35 1 10 I 1 SO I Il>j5 at Ivtiuit l.ou at l'lI1Udt' l.bla. !large cla.sesofeulumbi.l
e I of n e #...................................... 1O32j39j; 2 92 Kuhl I J, Geo. C. s w J and s w J 0 n w J ....................... 112035o 1 200;, 7 74''!, Law studeut. at, \'al..., wenrsley. OWthu. .
Kuhl Jno. lot 4 ........ ........................................ ': 1 I Unner-ity >f Penu. Michigan rtuvertitj
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Chaflee, Fred. w 1 of n e l ................................... 91 40j O I I. I j jIatl'erty,11.1) Chautau'lu3... \l'. Endorsed by lJnuJ.D I sn. :
Cheney, E. M. e j................................................2627j36 I 160, 3 28t M e } and s w } of n e ]I......................... 42035so 183no1 I 0 12 T' F.. tht >cif iitu-t. lion W. W. A-TUE Ji DAB p
Churchill, Caroline S.'n part of seofne ........................13125361;' H3 1 813 trip lot 2 and of s w J of s e ].............. 10)1; I II BENJAMIN.: : N Judge Y state(iil'Normal Of. Dr BR.."'.4c.. E. II CooaPrincipal
II. G12 n w } of n e }1.....................................:31 23 ; f 4 70 : College Perfectlj
Churchill, '''me n part lot 1................ .................... I 7i3 20 I taugi.t correspondrnce lr>>ittc Pop T Fat
Cleveland, Wm. s e i except 2 acres to Nichols:: .............,10:2430!: I 1 15SI 10 00 I LeBaron, J. F. lot 131.1151819: and 20 Titu yille........, 322,35, ;, I 7 74 from PlioF. LOL KFTE. 23'; }'lItb't'. Ni-w York
Clements, Geo. lot 27 Indian River City .....................$332430e !* 1 94 Lente, F. D. all fractionaln ...... ............................... 2412035.o"j 903S 1 0 12Lipstine
Clements Geo. Y. in lot 1............................................. 11130,38,, G 3 28 Max e I Ion \ 33121 '-)1 0 12 Liebig Company'sEXTRACT
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Colton, J. D. w i of se J ....................................... 24 27 37 80 2 GO Lik, S. II. lot 4 and r)1)1 I I
s e j of se J....................................... 27 2837;, 40, 1 58 lot 1 of sub-div lot 2 ...........................,352436J)' : 40 22 311
Comstock & WoodrufTConover lot 2 block 17 Melbourne.................... 32837 22 31 Lo-ley, Fred lot 8 blk C Coleman's ad to Titusville.312135.:: I, : ;, 2 07 Of MEAT
E. )I. *.................................................... 41 I' I lot 3 .................. ............................. li3 I' ') .,.11 I|I 38 117
*...................................................1. 91 Lowe, E. M. lot 3 ................................................353: -i i i +!
Ie | ....................... ......................... 3, ,I II I lot 3 ..3i139( ; 1 I S81 I G 12 INVALUABLE FOU DYSPEIIs1A.
I 1tv Idescribed...............................................\10:21: '30;:10802l27 8 95 Lyman, A. E. lot G) of s w ] of s e }.! 3 2S 3Si| 5i, 1 30 I
Converge, Chas C. deed book J p 95................... '37 1; 2'' 2 22 M'acomber II. e A of s w 1.12G'2S37'' ;; ;;, 80 1 4 33G Au Efficient Tonic for Inialiis
Cook, C. E. 52. feet on Lemon !st by 98 ft on Main I !, n w 1.114123. f ,3-11..0) j 1.2Morris
*t Titusville ................................... 3,'22,35.; 1 86 Geo. L. & wife I lot 3 n strip I lot 4.1 I )!.y ov"!" 11I)
Croft, Geo. T. Ilot G ................................................. ,3039 44 3 28 McDonald, J. D. ,52 ft on Lemon st by 49 on Broad streetTitusville -I-'J''I Wantaiieons Beef Tea
E. H.Cumherlanel. lot 3 described book F 753. 1 ft *'411 1 51 1 86 I .. 3,22; .35 4 53S9
. Croly, CliaM -. '!fractional......................V..Z.l!!!! !! .1181'20,3/)1' )| g,, 1 86 McFarland, Emma part lot de-cribed deed bk G p G5). 3'2*,37 Also( Ii'T tI'orin"ul': only with Baron'', Saure Liel'ij and;'a Made Signature I>i heSKNUINI1 .u.
Curtis .T. S. ,Sejofnwswjofnelnejofswj 1 11( 1 I I I lot 5 blk Melbourne.\ :3 28 37 89 BLUE INK across labelsold .
I i nwjofsc1 1 1 ................................. .333139: 160;: 632 McQuaig, Julia ,n A of lot 2 .323: : 38! 17i f 1 17 by all :storekeeper lirwer and I>ru4rpt>
is l' 1 ................................................ 1432'39': 11,01 6 12 I )Ic( uaig. Rachel heirs lot 19 Indian River City ....................l3324| :3G'' 1 S9 -
U 1 lot 4 ............................... ..283139 20 1 SG ]strip 2 A wide s part I lot 3....................!I.,2G,253G', 1 10)0. AlwTUSEFULDIGRESSION.
Cuyler, Jeff (lot 7 23 and 24 Dixon'sdd to Cocoa..l3312-1' ; 2 92 I Meecham, Robt In A of neof nej ........... ................ ':11,2737':, 20!1 90
i' Cuyler, Bentley, and sw jofsc 1..1 1 I I I I Mercer, Geo. J & wife described deed bk F p 5G6....................;128J24; ,:36'', 11 8 59
Jeff ;, .................. ...... ... ...........................120.2135', 2 92 Moore, J. E. heirs of lots 3 and 0.......................................'192230' : ."'. !, 1 80 I haw Ware added, Jeaelry.etc.to my stock a of complete Watches.line Clock of tut
Clayton, Chas.! II. I.lot 13 blk 28 Aurantia ........................ 38'20,34'3S,20.34''; ;, '': I, 54 Morris, William F lot 31 to 50 blk 23: Aurantia.................!ISS'20341! I 1 8G ily Plated Medicines > flue grade of; Cigar Cuarrtten. !,.
Chandler, Fannie i-. lot 52 blk 20 Aurantia .......................... ; ': I I 54 MoMer, P. C. tv of s e 1 ......................................15.2330'; );;: SO 1 86fractional bacco and Pipes; a collection of Fancy Good T n..
Christy, Alex ,hot 25 and 26 block 22 Aurantia ............3820,341, I GO .......................................... 7 2035), I Notions and and Honda an atiortuent Curiosities of Candy; a good and stock l' nfrc.of
32035 10 1 02.12235 I lot 1........................ ..................... s!, : 1 I Stationery table H .
Darling, II. \\ I of w i lot 2................................... ;, ., :' tionery; Scissors locket and Cutlery ".
je in of s J of s e \ of s w 1 .................... : 10; 102 i I :0. J lot u.....:'......................................I G'2033', 122,, S 95 ing displaced the above at my New, More, "'a..h.il1
Darling, B. J.'. lots 1 and 2....................... .20 271411!, 100 8 59 I lot 2 ............................................... 02035'' 43 3 28 toii invited A\fiiie.to call and TitiiHtillr examine the you same are to revpectfully ttti>fy
Decker, L. R. lot 3 block B Coleman's add Titusville..134i21': |35| 2 22 Mount, Wm O. n G-7ths of frac w 4 of s wi.\ ................,30238;,. ; ; 84 11 79 yourself as to price and quality. whether you bn)
Decker, Drake and slof n J ofnw J n1of s w J of I 1 :, Moulthorpe, R. n A of lot 3 blk 7 Titusville ................. 3 22 :35' 1 86 or not WATCH Instruments. and O.SI'El.I.Ln Tool, &1ldI: >
Decker ty j 1. ..... ........nl',.-)_.),35i; 52'I 7 74 Mullaney, D. J. lot land 4......................................... 3'2537G,27'! ), 76. 1 86 years'Latest practical approved experience iu the watch and jewelry
I. Demming, G. lot 49 Rerdeii'sadd to TitusviHee ......... ':: : .7')', GO Muter, Elizabeth lot 10 blk 10 Eau Gallie ...................... ;' 37, 60 business. I shall spare no paiustaViiift to plea*e a*
Dennis, Julia A. \ of lot 21 2223 17 n I 16 Titusville ...1 3'2235'' ': 7 74 Mun.son, Eug. & Fred described deed book E p 136.................2824'36'': '' 3 2 99 to MERIT articles A FAIR and SHARE prices OF or TOCE Repairing PATBONaOC.and Ron TO
: New Tho. heirs of n lot 1................................ ....... !
Desbui<*y, A. McL. hot 32 34 36 38 40 42 4446 .................. part 3130,33,, "'. ('. C. nn.\ XIX(;.
\i block 27 Aurantia...........................'38,2034 I 1 22 fractional...... ................................ :363039 I 91o G 12 i
Dexter, W. M. apart fractional 26.................................26(3 '38 1 17 Nickels. N. s w corner of se \ of s e ] .................... 102-1'361; ] 2j GO CARDS.
Dickson, .1. C. lot 1 Aurantia ................................... 382034 I I 1 17 Odea and Mclnnis w \ of n e 1 s e ] of n e ] n e 1 of s e 1 32',213tjllGO, ;, 3 28 _____ V _-_,,_-_-_" .
Drake, W. R. n w \ of s e \ ............................ ... 162837. ,! I 40 1 86 fractionallot ...................................... ,_" ;,' -- ) 470 IRA:
Dryer, Henry lot 4 block G Coleman's add Titusvi1le..13-1'21' :35; 1 02 Owens, .la-j.: 13 of sub-div sec 7 and ................... 82037, lOt 1 86 L.
Dunn, Mrs.Duncan ;:lot 2 block D s Melbourne...................112537! 89 Owen, Mr*. lot 7 block 8 Titu:ville........................ 32235I i 1 86 i
Eliza W. Is w J of n e ] .................................... 302l35; !: !, 40 1 SG Porter, S. A. lot 7 blk 14 lot 13 and 14 blk 13 lot 13: : I land I AffHT-LAWANDBOTARYPpBllC.
.32 21'351! 3 28 14 .......................................... I I
Duncan, J. T. Rev. !s w J of n e J .................................... 40 Rock Florida.
Dombarand, Jos. lots 45 to 56 blk 28 Aurantia................. 38j2n:3-1, | I 1 30 block 12 lot 13.and 14 blk 11 lot 13 and 1 Ledge,
Eagan, Dennis lots 13 blk A Eau Gallic.......................16' 89 14 blk 10 e .......................................I I A. McCRORY,
s J of se \......................................... 1827 1nkofneI 37 I Melbourne........................................ .. .2737\ 5 3 88 J.
..........................................1927 37 160 3 23 Paddison, R. P. et al described in deed bk J p 39................. :32737; t I 1 17 ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
Eaton, John & A. F. e \ lot 7 block E Titusville.................... 322 :35 7 74 Paddixon, R. P. lot 5 and f'G blk 10 Melbourne.............. 2J2337| 2 92
Early, John & Co. sejofsejofse \ ...........................12521136] 1 17 lot 3 blk Melbourne......................... 2128371; ( 11 79 Miami, Dade County, Florida.
Eberwine, John center part of n w \ of n w \ ................ 24 4 33: Paddison, M. E. lot 11 blk 9 Titusville........... .............. ':' 7 74 Taxes for non-residents paid. Titles
Einig, John nwofnw \ ................................... 20 Papworth H. M. lot in Cocoa deeded by D. Lyons......... 3:2213.)1' 3 23 examined and Abstracts furni -lied, haying -
nejofnej\ \ ....................................I19213. 80 90.) Park, G. R. n e } of s c 1...................................... 3431139* 40 1 86 just completed an Abstract of the
Einig's E addition to Titusville bounded) Park, L. M. w i, of s wi.\ ..................................... 81 .t Records of Dade County.
j n by Garden st s by Broad st e by De- i t e } of s e' ......................................... 11 79 ---- -
i txito st w by Fisher's add to Titusville 3.2283! 15 02 Parker, '_. W. s e } ........1...................................... '7121.3')1't TL.. GAULDEN,
Einig's w addition bounded e by s } of sty J and n e 1 of s wi............... 27J27,31), ': 2801, 4 70 .
r t Fi her's addition s by Broad st n by I I Peck, P. S.; trustee, nel and s lof' w J ......................... ,2727,36J! 1, ] 120--I 1 2 15 ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
t I Garden t w by section lines .............. 3"235.; e.-.. Peeler, C. M. De Mrs. lot 25 blk A Eau Gallic......................1627'37 1' '': 1 S3 Florida.
English, M. 1.:. I w \ of S w \ .................................... 23! Peterson, Chas. in n e } of n e \ deeded by Kidder and I : !: I Titusville, -
n1and s.vof n tyof n w 1............ 121,34, 70 1 86 Eaton ............................ ..............|.34i33,3G, ; .t r-, ._l 25 --- -- -- -&--\\'II..LL\I- -- ,
} Lewis I lot 15 Aurantia .................................. JONES
Km mons, Charles IIlufseofscaofn\ w \...................2021, j 5 1 58 Phillip, ; 3820,34described :: 18 i":; 28:
Erwin, I). Chalmers i lot h ........................... .................... bl'.H' 39 20 2 -ass Pierce, II A. deed bk G p 231: and 2-1;........, 4'37': 41 30! 7 74 -.
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Fowler, J. H. I e_ pan U"n _m._ .vjrarvin.. ____!_ gruuidescribed _____ L ....................I" .'-''. o-;I,. 0"-d ._)v"J 3;; fin Platt, F. M. lot 2 ................................................ 21'34,40' ;, 231: 1 1 86 .\ttol'lIe.ls-a'-I
Fowler, F. M. deed bk II p 341 .................. 287 24 2 22 Poage, G. T. e i of n et ........................................222336e *" SOso I 1 86G Titusville Florida
Fisher: Peter I Slot 345 and 7 blk A Fisher's addition ,35"l'I I I of S e j.........................................I,123640; :! 12 ---------- -----
, t 1 to Titusville.................................. ,22 2 7' Price, E. M. lot 22 and e \ lot 24 Robbins and Gra I 1 I f I I GEO. yi. BOBBINS,
lot 2356: and 7 blk B Fisher's addition 'j--I' 11! ham's ad to Titusville .....................1. 32235' ,! i j 212
to Titusville ....................... ............ __ 351 I 2 15 Rand, Sarah I (,. all of....................... ................... ...ill" I I I ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
M lot 4 and 5 blk C Fisher's addition to all of............................... ......... .......! 122335!' : 0001' 14 f 62 TITUSVILLE, FL.\.
Titusville .............................. ........ 3 22'.,"- 1 17 Randolph M. F. lot 5 blk 11 Mellxntrne....................... 22: *:37 I 89! __ __ ----- --- --
lot 1235 6 and 7 blk D Fisher's addition 2243. I Reast, F. G. n half of s half of s e J of s w \1............ l22.3| 111 1 SO H. F. "ATKINSON.JUSTICE .
to Tltu .lIlc..I 8 )1 1 86 Reed, J. F. half ot s e J and e i of s e 1 1............... 13!22,33i, 4 115 10 00
lot 1234 and 5; blk E Fio her's addition I Reed, Harrison lot 11 blk A Eau Gallie...... .................114,27' 31 1 s:; OF THE PEACEFor
to Titusvillelot ........ ..................... 3223522,35' I 1St' Rhoads, Richard lot 0 blk 6 Coleman's addition to; I ; : j
I, 1234 and 5 blk F ad to Titusville. a::'' ;,: 1 I 1 80; TitiNville .... ........................... .....J 3-121'ai| 1 I 1 74 the Second Ju-tice Di-trict of Hrl'-
Gardner, Solomon e A lot 1 blk 11 Titusville: ..... 1 17 Rice Patrick lot 42 Rerdell's addition to Titus\'ilI.J' 3::22 :;,;, 181 I 1 GO yard county ; Court day!, third Monday
Gardener,'( Newberge r lot 4 blk 11 Tituvillelescribed ............2021I, I 1 17 Rice, S. F.. s part 1 I,1)t I _,; )''" 3 04 of each month.
Gannon, Madison in deed bk B p 492 : fi! 1 SO sejofse } ....... ........ ...................... .:..));.)1.\\ 40.I 3 2S
' (1uwin"illiam ill of.......... ...... .. ..............................437 44,34+, ---I' 0 12 Richards \\". F.et.of lots :3S 39 40 4112 Titusville ...... ..........1"' 3'2235!' ;: I I SO t; GRAY.
. u ........ .......................................1-10,20-1,1, :: 413'! 4 01 I I Roberts, }:dcv. C. II described deed book E p 2i,S.................1,I. :.'._)-' 37a 32j 3 2S S.F. _
Gate, N. U lot 2 blk 18 Melbourne '........................ .1-, 1 17 Roster.-, 1) D. lotS ............... ................................I W3,1'40;; ; : ,1 1 SOw
I Oib-.on, 1). P.Gilson < part lot 3 and e part lot 4 ...............'25, j 1 I Rotch, Caleb L.Roye w half of lot 2..1. i. 32o'35J:! : lo;' 1 17 Watch Maker and Jeweller.ALL .
w part lot 6 and lot 5) n part lot 7......... 25.3: )1:1"1 i : 14C.; 35 89 ',,-. W.Rvder half of n \""i'"I 1 1 1"I:'! !! :| 120''< 2 15 1 kola WAKKAXTK1: .
1 lot 1 and 2......................................... 20)"('_ ) 80 3 2e S." part of I lot 3 and extension east ............;I.:;;!! ; i! I 'I Titnivilk la:
'j at John M. InxonV Drug Store.
s w \ of s e \ and lot 2 and a............ ... 11: I ..iu.n }half of n e } bounded n by Mavandisby l 1..1. Shop* _
"wjofiiwj\ \1............... ......................14'! I I Wilkinson ...... ........................1 42531!] >,>, 67 100 07G
I lotl ............................................ .... 15303. *I 134 4 70 n e i of n e \ and lot 2 and s part of | I I GEORGE V. BOXKEIJ.
i lot 1 .................................................2,30;, -1 39I I 36 1 SO I lot 1 .............................................' 14J27'i7lot ;' 'I ,' 98 22
G. 1) lot 234 blk A Coleman's ad Titusville.. 342133''! :: 5 75 1 and n w } of n e ]......................I I13243.I 56; 4 70Sanders Surie1Ora
t Cooper, John C. all lot 1 that i is situated in P. F. Fontain .Ia.. T. and lot 1 .... .. ......... ................................. I Justice of the Peace and <
grant ............................................. .41)1, 200 3 28 Jno. Wailer \.................................... ..................119:: 1:41: ; 95 fn:i:; Can furnish the hisjlR-t of ukota testimonials a- tfH.ftIDI04tt'DC row,')
\ Goodyear, Cha: in lot 1 described in bk J p 27-1..132336.. ; ; S :23: 13' Sanderson, Geo. \\". s part n half of l lot :3 and strip of n half! i : as Surveyor-general{'. S. DEPUTY ..URv'Ev'UulatttuR
292 ,, f' ..........................................' ,1!
Gore Win.Goling swjof ne i .......................I311I'|!;|-I0 40 I e i 132530 10 4 53 of public land- Terms liD t
Chas. L. \\". part of lot 4 deed bk 1)) p 51..1: 1 3I3O.3V': ;. 'i :30; 3 2 : Sanders, Nathan I part of n w \1....... :.............................1 4l374l.: ; | 20 1 8G and all ot a land iUv calculations and cxpeiiMpaid.: ?: ;5. per. Iay or -
Gould"nnd MockridgGralinin (' n part lot 2.................. 3112537;:' 20 10 ((10so Savage, Sarah AA. n half of lot described deed bk E p 394.. 2 :24!:30( 21 1 SG part lt.tEL.tlFLUIII1.t..
John A. c.J of s .i of s e \ of n w j.$21:2737; !I 15)1 Sawyer, N. K. lot 5 blk 51 Eau Gallie .......................JIG 27.37 83
Cl of ntvjand tvAof n ............... ;: 100!! G 12 Seabrook, T. L. n part lot 2.8' I I IT! JOHNSON COCK IIUTT.
n 4 of n w J ................................. .....\.:.-t'(::36(414| : ,-,01, I| 4 70 n part lot 1..1 92737' !. 10C, 1 58 .
lot S .................................................19.301412ii334o. Sri; 4 70 Shares, H. P. in lot :2 ..................?.10 : | G 12 Peace
l lot 4 ................................................j !! | I 40 I' 12nejofne I Sherwood, Francis E. n part of middle described deed bk F\\} T I Justice of the ,
1 1 ....................................1 I4111N5 i : 40,' 470 described 0)- ............ .............................. 0, 2530 o_I 7 94 And Notary Public State-at-Large. Court
.* ejofse 1 ......................................'..33'2135' 40 ;; '-1.x Shier, Geo. "". deed book F p 555:; ................. 4'37:41'\ ;: 9 2 43 I day l st. lot 3 and s e J of s wi................. ......4212135; !i 7Gj I 7 74 Sheleppy, Benj. 8 e \ Q f g e 1 ........ .......:.............. U'tIO11: 2 92
Grove, Q. C. l>eHainlin n part lot 2.......................................l1-tt11\3SI; Oi 1 86 ;Smith, I). C. W. described dm! bk j p 1,+.-'..............V.V..J1525'3G$ : 12 23 80 :R.It BURCIIFIELI,
"". A. n 1 of lot 1 and 2..1 11S 33401: : 451 1 86 blk 1 of sub- i\ lot 3........................... 10j25'3G'' 5 7 74
Hall Oscar w ) of n e.1....................................... 0._) "q 1 43'. 1 86 Smith Jno. B. lot 4 and 5 blk 22 Titu ville................' 3'22.J5' : 2 07 SURVEYOR-
Hall, Ilcnj.Halliday.J.. lot 1 and 2.,2,1,, \\.h I \ I :3mith Ja5. X. w 1 of s e 1 of n w *......................... 12J1'1,35i: ; 10 1 17 COUNTY
, !lot 1 2 and 3...................................... .-).-)'_)- b3jlll ._) i Smith'Frank, heirsof lot 4 ...... .........................................I10135i40! 71 7 74 Orders by mail will receive a3 i Pruwpt
S. .. 1 ................................................... ;\ 1-1-1,1-1, 7, lot 4 ................................................!;3429',!, ': I attention as calls in peron. .
Harrison, D. K. < part n e \ of n .\. J iV of R R.. ........ -) 2113i 3 22-- net of n w .1 and lot 1.......................$ 3. !:;( 38 1 149 14 G2 AddreGeorgians, Fla.
lot 1 blk B Fishe *- u.M) to Titusville.: .... 312213 I I 89 Smith, D. P. lots 1 and 3....................................... : HOi 3; 154 17 40; i ---- -
t Hart, S. 0. I lot 4 in n w \ of se J........................ _'-'3-1 5 1 So fractional............................................27 2938 37 1 81,; I ---- -
Harvey, S. A. I o to) ................................................ 153540; ; 601, 3 28 Smith, Peter T. trustee all of Spanish grant ........................... ::37120H: :; 390 01 2'';j i XOTICC.
Herndon, Chas. Jl of n e J of s w J............................. 82135 I 20 3 28 lot 2 ................................................ 3.5 57 tj 12 .All persons concerned are heret-y lIoD.DotiAed uinor3
lley&cr A. E! lot 24 and 34 Titusville ....................... 3 22'35 1 17 Strip 20 Delespine grant.......................! 13-1\\ .u weeks alter date, of I will Bre apply ard to County, ." .
HifTgins,, E. \\'. 4 eofseofne J..... ..................... 837437] 1 17 ......................................................\ 22,35,1360, 3 :28Smith Jones for letters County of administration Judge at 6<1t11 aid 11011.eo 0 unit tLe.
r Hilburn J. "". lot 26' RerdelPs ad to Titusville............. 51 i CO ? W. B. 1 L acre in s e J of n w \ deeded by, !;* !, estate of Mills O. Burubam, late of
Hill, E. ,E. e J of lot described in deed bk J p 91......33,24 36!,!, 15 67 Continued Lapham ............7.'I.......... ........... ........433 2430', 1 I 1 09 I deceased.Thfs ..th. of February. l Nl C. H. .ATHE .rll.L
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(Taxes Ludden & Bates' Southern Music House.
OWNER DESCRIPTIO S. T. R A. and
Costs. EXCELSIOR ORANGE FOOD Hit

Snell, G. B.Stackpole 'v half of n 'v I ................................. '8 - ,

lot 3 and s e I of s wi........................ 5,2737 135 4 70
Thos. lie I of s w 1................................... 16,28,37,, 40 1 86s A NEW FERTILIZERPrepared

Stark, Mattie P. part lot 5 ....................................... 1925,37, 12 2 60 especially for the Orange and containing the several I elementmce'',
Stoddard, A. C. g w of 8 e l...................................... 3126 37 40 1 17 to sustain plant life, viz : .iry i, "

StrauSS, LeonStringfellow nelandnelof seI........................ 21 '
3 w I of n w I and w half of s w t..... 223741 320 3 28s PHOSPHORIC ACID. POTASH, CALCIUM AZOTE. t

Jane R. w I of 8 w 1 except 7 a in 8 w cor ...... 29'21' 35 33 2 60 8 e s This Fertilizer has been produced after years of study by PROF. O. Dr.G. UKUTOia,

arrears 1886 Co ...... 29'2135' 33 2 60s The Great Wholesale Piano and Organ as being far superior to any high grade fertilizer on the market and it ,is M>Id
Stewart, Mrs. Geo. C. I and n w 1- and w half of n e 1 ......... 5137 41 580 6 12n The Depot Cheapest of the f-outli.: Place The to lieu buy Place The to Safest buy; at about one-third less in price. It i is made in two grades So. 1 i is a preventive

SabJ.F. w 1 of n w 1- ................................... 3'3239' 40 1 86n Place to bu). A .ilnnnincent Kecord t Over of root rot, and also destroys white ants and wood lice.
e lof seI....................................... 43239! 40 1 86s 40,000 ern Homes Pianos since!' and 187O.Organs placed in South. Xo. 2 does not contain this specific.

e I of n e I........................................ +32 39 40 1 86 SAVANTNA For prices and further information, address, 'I.
Swab M.Tamman. lot 2 ................................................ 56 2 60 : : GA., Nov. 1st, 1887. o. DCG. BERTOLt, l nh'I.11I'1s.1'1.1.. '

lot 7................................................ 163340 51 1 86 Room for the procession. It's a longone. 7 or JAS. McCOMB, JR., Titusville, Fla.

.' lot 6 ................................................ 23,31,39 55 1 86 It's head in Macon, and rear in

F. A. part lot 2.......................................... IRI36'41, ,' 24 5 75s Savannah.Pianos 200 and miles of wagons bold containing L. & B. : fI: '
40,000 Organs by 181orrr
Tiffin, H.J. Paid half lot 3 and 11 half lot 4...................2233136 27 14 62n S. M. II. since 1870. '\
half of n e I of8 e 1 s e 1 of n e ...... 23136 160 14 62 fJ11! >->-iVL4 VveF: 1 en:J mailed bonsand to Trial pa- CtJBt: k mid din forthe the impwition tn>ubH'of.and pirtentiou all Quacks meow.Package -,
lot 4 and w half of s w of s e ........... 531 4 70 Are we In earnest? Certainly We are a large house. rIcA; "E tit'n's! a laree proportionmentflnTtweroiesJored whose only aim h to bleed thotfTioI a:
We do a large trade. We sell Pianos and Organs in .0fwhomtuokafu11treat Urn!!. Take a SURE RIMOT th t DAS ..
selofnelofselshalfof s e ........ & 160' 7 74 all Southern &tat..H. \\'e have 200 Agencies and the health by me of TRADE, MARK I ICTREU thoncand. does nee interfere
Treadwell, C. R. lot 3 blk 6 Titusville....................... ... 322135 6 12 above statement is not in the least exaggerated. nSB8fo SEMINAL PASTILLES.? 7p7 orinconTcnifnceinanTwtT.wijh attention to bunncM,of.cause Founded pain

Tucker, JeisseValentine lot 3 blk 6 Fisher's ad Titusville........... I 1 87 How have we ever built up such an .\.venknes3RndPhiriiil llad ica 1 Cu r* for i ervoaa Debil ity,Orpanio FOR T. onwientule the tnediral rnnclpfr*. By dimtpplicttionto
\onnKorilid ten ofdiKttf lt .peciflo
M. A. lot 12 blk 8 Eau Gallic ............. .......... 27 37 83n immensetrade? By enterprise,progressive Me AIlt',1!tIP"rt'.tpa forEishtYearainmany 1 r influenc;I fe 11 without delay. The natural 1
Vanalstyne, J. C. half of s half of lot a and n half of .3 business methods and square dealing. We .rod non:>aail nad cases hmkqn tn,iloTrri'y absolutely men to the restore full enjoyment prematurely of j Mt d nlmatine lunctioni elrmetitf of the of human life arenivrn ormniim back mtomt,thr patwnt The i

lot 2 ............................................. 26 1 30n make our patrons our friends. We work wrfeenndfillM lotno.. n1iStrenithandVigcrouslIealth' occomei cheerful and rapidly gaini both rtitcpii anil haalihTREATMENT. .
half of s half of lot ........................ 3340 10 99 for them, take them into partnership, as it ht ahoujt ewhocnffprfromt by Tnrl i-rrot ion.lamnny Lx"o: obscure nre,O er-Braia'*a ea"ron .-CaaHsstXM. TT Xi.<3. Slrss, J7

Vondy, J. II. bik 4 and 6 Titus ad Titusville ............ .3-1 2135 6 12 were, divide profits and actually give them vorX'O".1r''' :Ill'me-ith ojrtoo fM'9Jp ft\tAmpr.t<).ulcrtncA... of yourtrouble we n.sk that,yoa and eend secure us HARRIS REMEDY CO., UfQ CNt lists.
Varnum, Jno. lot 3 and 4 9 27 36 711 70 more than their tnoneifs north. ''T+TT'tt'mtC' t 'r.e-;' Jllnlt'd mhletto.!' S06MIT.Tenth Street.,ST..TJTTra uro.

Varnum. Nancy E. lot 15 blk .A Eau Gallie......................16. 27 37 83 Our Large Capital our Spot Cash our >time

Waite, Lillian G. lot 3................................. ............... 3625,36 58 11 79 in experience fact w used our in rtire\vilue.ecuri.j barJ'i"' as buyers.:and tb-Q our whole we 1t heft our 6EJE14 EgttEN. ., ,
Warren, Thomas n e corner of s e 1 of 11 W 1 1.................. 20 2135 r 2 62 friend.in on the ground floor. That's a way we have.

Webb, F. J. lot 3................................................ 36 273713 4 33 Fall and Winter Bargains 188 1 ] 88
Webber, N. lot 46 Rcrdell's ad Titusville ................ 3 222'35' 1 fiG -

Well, J. W. nelofswl .................................... 5,213,1/ 40 612S crowded Summer with ln uperb Out Sale New over.In Wareroomi trllllleut .-
Whidden, Edw. part lot 1 .................... .................... 2U 3 2SII Immense purchase!* direct from Factories. 1', .
White, Jag. II. I I of s half of s e 1 and part lot 3......... I I (Winter Greater, 1S87-SS.Bargains than ever, for Pall and i'"t- -" flfI ; ,

I and of n elof sel ........................ 13 : 6 70 1179 m -_.+ m.++=. iV,A* ( *-3KVJ I '
Wilder, Joanna strip 100 feet s of n line of s e 1............ 17 29135 8 1 17 Not reduced prices and poorer in'-tru- This represents a healthy life. Just such a life m they enjoy i
Wiley, J. C. lot G-t Hcrdell's all Titusville ............... 32213, 3; to ments, but the same lew p,.ires and better Throughout its various scenes Who use the fcuuth's llile Beans. t

Williams, W. E. 11 half of 11 w 1...................................13 27136 20 83 instruments. Creator value far the money.Of Smith's BILE BEANS purify the (blood by acting ,
directly and promptly on the Liver kla and KidThe .
Instruments this is orl.ma' Protorrhh
Willliams, Maria lot 10 blk G Eau Gallie......................16.. 27J7 S3: our lowest-priced : neyh. They consist! of a vegetable combination that panel site. of thorn .av'e'ri.t t
Williamson, J. S. described deed bk P p110.......................: : 24,,:36( 1 SG specially true. They are vastly' hnpioved} has no equal In medical acieucc.. TbcycaroConstipaheat! on'. receipt.\dr" .i>1 ..Uc.
and fth Hard todctiribe Lion, malaria T" '
Wilson, B. R.Wingood part s w 1 of n e 1.............................. I I I1 such we bargains are proud on m., bute'll try. against all forms, and of fevers Dyspepsia, chills, and and fever are ,a gall safeguard stones, nlLr-tt.]t.outs.7. .Mo. t t
paper I
part S C.! of s e I part s w l of s e I ...... 1 -- and If ri2ht' U.HCMBC-. Send 4 rents postag! for n MUIII- i-. :
:part s e 1 of s w l .............................. 20 I OUR S21O PI,\>'O.-Tara' !,1Zp. 'hat trse. mailed plo package and teat the TRUTH ol what \e nay. Price 25 cent per bonze, f
l Curxoil htr' sweet lo any address, postpaid. DOSE ONK JlI .1N. Sold by ti>.
part n W 1 of n e I .... .........................29211:1.) 87 11 71! tone,lull sit ra?e cars'gtiaraut H."I.ltiuo<'j Vivlineryway. iWi'invtrunionth'toolemlin plinth .fTn. *'. S \xi'x' tfo: ; CO.. 1..cOlJRETORS_ ST. I.OVYrSi drugi O. e
lot r and G blk K Titll ville................. 3223,) 1 5SIOf CoinpMeoutnt: .i -- >ider-
ed cover,large illtructorlI1uic book,all/ tf/if JKU"I.
David sW 1 of s e 1.n 23:3G: 101 3;: OFIJ S225 1 I.\Xo.-3f.a'lmlllI>arlorrrri :ht. .idiuinislratoraiulGiiardiaiiN I

'i part lot 1 ... ............................ ..........62637 3 17n Queen .Vnixt size.tnihV Huh rn! e of lot 1 Indian River City............ ; :3 2436! 3 28 eoliL Outfit coin Me. all whom it may coiuein.

Woodruff, E. Havne- lot 3 5 and 6 ........................ ...............23293S, 1)7 G 12 Quit) .S5.rTUitualuutfase: oun.\ .-T'\\"o' F.xtcnde.1to'lam'Pef Rudy Fire, Take Notice, that six inonthV after late
tellers J. W. fractional s w 1 ..................... .......... 9341-10! 15 81! ptands music nrk. om iinenied and i an IwX wIth I will the Honorable MinorS.
Xellers & anders ,lot 1 2 3.........:............ .. .................: 151 3 28 stool, instructor S'Jo OK lllU-UC CAN.: book--Tour, and Fits aHjrnqhl IJ.ixK J"tl.OUR Tin. ::. Jones,apply County to Judge of Ilrevard County, Pool & Billiard Room
Atlantic Coast St. lot 1 234 5 67 blk F Titu..ville.l 22.3,") 1-1 62N ; e stopt. llcautifiil case A mot desirable Florida, for my final discharge from my ,

John's Indian River part n w 1 of n w l 1...........................621135: 10 1 17 Parlor Oryra.i. Con i>etitiou. ch llcnl.-d.! admil1i traton-hi p of the estate of SarahF.
Rare R< < Thousands of each
Railway Co 11 W corner of n e 1 of s w : ...... ......... ... 9 21133: 10 3 28 told, end buyers itq unicirricne i111'arlaJll7/Ur than plea ed. deceased, and from my guardianship MAIN STREET, 1
s half of n w 1 of s w ;1........................ 3220,3( ;; 20 3 28s'v --- -- --- of William Woolff, late an infant,

1 ofse 1...................................... :312135 401, ::323s An Immense Stock from "World's Best but now of full age. '
w cor of s w 1 of s w 1....................... 3J: 21 :1.i 1 30 Maker, to snit all tastes and pur&i Over Dated this Und day of February, A. D. TITUSVILLE, FLA.Sole .

secorofswlofnel! ........................ (62235 151)1 186u 300 different styles to tliou C from. 1888. l

w 1 of n w 1 of 11 w 1 1........................ 29 21133 10), 1 17 PIANO**.-ri lckrrnc, 3Ias'm & llnmlin, JAMES M. P. POOL, in this section for IJuowx'f
s e cor 0 f. ; of s e .J.I ....................... 362035( 5 89SW Dlathushek, Jlcnt, Arion, alttl. to S Itlti.ORGANS.Mnyos Administrator of the estate of Sarah F.Woolfl' GINSENG Agent Toxic and
Jb IluiiiUn, Packard -a Delightful exhilarating
1 of n c e of 11 e 1 1...........................272837,, In 89 Bay Mate, $2 i to S7.j(. deceased, and guardian of Always draught. i
S part of lot 4 .................................... 833140 fi 73 -- William Woolff a minor.NOTICE. it.
Easiest Terms ever heard of. From ?3 Try
nwlofswl.....................................52336; -10 186S will --- -------- -- I
to $10, paid monthly, secure an - ---
w I fractional lot ........................... 2135 10 1 86 Instrument.
secor of fractional lot a..................... 2 3: 89n Elegant --- -- State of Florida, } T n Justice's; c ourt. Geo. B. Rumph.
half of s e I of 11 w j..522135. 20 1 86 One price to all. That's OUT wa ". Prices marked County of IJrevard.
in plain figures on each instilment and no deviation Hannah
swlofsetofnwl..............,........... 29j213.; ') 10 1 86 made to any. Ve charir no more take no less. To M. Gasser. A FULL LINE OF ISTHE 1
se I of 8 W l...................................... 19,21,3, : 401 70 This square way ensures to all the lowest prices. You are hereby notified that a writ of GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS.
attachment has been issued
selofswl................................. ..... 6121135 40 612 So ccuv to bll!' fron t1... Everything in plain against you
w of n e 1 of n w' ........................... 2.,24'3, ; 10 89e tion print given, and circulars.exactly as represented Letters carefully Full informa-answer- and your demand property of attached D. L. to Gaulden satisfythe ,

I of s w t of s e r........................ ..... 2412413;i 10 89 ed. Parties living a thousand miles off can buy amounting to 82;). ow unless "ou shall V
S 1v cor of n e I of n c 1..........................1S 21 35 5' 1 18nwlofnwl just as well as if in h-uannah. Three-fourths before the lIon. Minor S. Jones
of our entire trade is done by correspondence. appear ,
1 .................................... 2121134 -10 329selofnwlof Judge of the County Court and ex-oflicio
nwl.......................... 26121i34; 10 89n lies REMEMBER instruments; Infest/Ywc stoofi prices and; Easiest corer tmn: \\H: Justice of the Peace for said county at

part lot 7 ....................................... 10 1 86s freight paw; 13 days' trial; frtx years' ffimr' "I ; his office, at Titusville, on the 24th day 1
w cor lot 3....................................... 313540, r 1 18 Square dealing; One price only; Money s'tre4' Jll ot April, A. D. 1888, at 10 o'clock in
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n e cor lot 4.........................................192&36; 3 1 18 LUDDEN&BATESSOUTHERN the forenoon, judgment will be rendered alp *
part of w half of s e 1.......................... 3012135 25. 2 59 against you and yourproperty sold r\sL2/ ,
MUSIC HOUSE. SAVANNAh GA.tt .
Florida Land and all ................................................... 1-13640 to pay the debt. .
:Mortgage Co.Limtd. all ................................................... 23 Dated this 22nd day February, A. D. :
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all ....................................................24 :>, DO you 1888.
all....................................................25 If eo, send for DOG BUYERS' 24 D. L. GAULDEX, Plaintiff. Tr, C r
all................................................... GUIDE oonUinmf colored pi -- --------*---- --

all.................................................. .26 3640 engravings of different breedaJprices Articles of Incorporation of
all.................................................. .113740 bay them.they Directions are worth and for Training where toi I the Halifax and Indian River I />>JiESS' HJRTJI i

all.................................................. :3740 Doge ADd Breeding Ferrets. Mailed]F Railway Company.Be I ND'
l for 15 Cents. Also Cate of Dog]
all..... ..............................................11 FnrnUbloK Goods of all kind it known,that w"e whose names are subscribed rtvE.LINEN.
all ................................................... 12 hereto, have formed and organized, and by the epret'l'nts C' 'C tEQVA c;,
JiARE'YOU INTERESTED 1N ROJULTRY( 3 do form and ourselves into a
all.................................................. ..136nelofnw1 | : corporation, under the organize provisions of an act of the LLARS&cv : / .
.....................................24 TRY Then HOOK.send for Practical. I00pa Legislature of the State of Florida. approved July / .
s half ............................................... tifnl colored plate ten 19 18T4, entitled an act to provide in general" law tJj\f
of nearly) all kinds of owls for the incorporation of railroads and canals, and
all .....................................................261 1 bone of the breeds; bow to; POUL-I any acts of said Legislature amendatory thereto
lot 3 and w .................................... .31,3740s :,, i plana about for incubators poultry,bon and where es. : for the purpose of constructing, maintaining and non.. n'l' IH.ISI'-s
,... 1........................................... 19,3641e ''n EKK from best tttock operating a railway for public. use in the conveyance
1 of s e 1 w half of s eland; w.. 01 I per Kitting bent for 15 of persons adopt and and property.We accept said act and its amendmentsas !' Fresh: Garden Seeds

half.............................................. the charter of said corporation and in conform Sold at Philadelphia Retail I'riC't.i'"ill
make and these articleswof incorpo
all..................................................131 U M m need the BOOK OF CAGE ity ration.thereto The name of sign said corporation is the Hal make special orders and prices tit
I Is w 1 of 11 wlselof 1 1 s Vl v.........1 lilltDM. 12O pose 16O Ulna.Ltrntions. ifaz and Indian River Railway Company. Said rail. seedsin
BeanufnT colored parties wanting
half of s w l................................... 32,31'-10 ]Treatment and breeding all kinds plate.Cage war is to be constructed, maintained and operated bulk.
from the city of Daytona, in Volnsia county, to a
all ................................................... It 37 41all. and birds their, for pleee e ire How and"profit to build. and lhaeasea stockan point on the Indian River, in Drevanl county, a I
................................................... Aviary All about Parrots. Prtce of distance of about sixty miles. Said railway will. be I, Geo.. B. Rumph. ,
all .....................................................7 711 I all 15 kind Cents.: birds_The cages Three etc.Books Mailed 40 tts.:for r constructed Brevard and in the operated State of in Florida the counties of l olusiaand I(19! Titus\ile! H.i.

all ................................................... 181 ASSOCIATED FANCIERS, The capital ftock of said company is' six hun "-"----- -"
all ................................................... 237 South Llghth Street,Philadelphia,Pa. J dred thousand dollars ($600,000). divided into six |I THE SLOOP "AGNES."
of hundred dollars each.
chares
u half s half of 8 cIs e 1 of s 1v 1.... ..... 29,37141+ ::: 99 98 -v thousand The directors of aid one company, who shall manage !

Florida Coast CanalTransportation & nwIsw 1 of n e 1 and s .............. 34 600 259U its affairs for the first year, or until their successorsare i coin mandc-U by

Co. half................................................28,3134 320, 1 58 Geo. E. Chase, and chosen places,of are residence five in are cumber as follows, and:their names CAPTAIN JOHN McLEAN,

all fractional..................................... 2,213.5, 30 61 UTI.EY J. WHITE, Ormond, Makes regular trips on Indian lUver.
all................................................. .122135 640 2 72 FRANK: W. S\MS. Sew Smyrna, !
WILLIAM B. WATSON, Jacksonville, I SHE CARRIES A FULL SUPPLY OK
all fractional...................................1412135 64 61 Chandler SAMUEL R CARTER, "

a................................................... 2.12135, 6tO 2 72 Ship JOHN T SALTER, Xew.York City. GroceriesDry Goods
S e 1 of s e'1....................................... .252135; 40 61 March Ii, 18S*. 483m.

all fractional...................................... 26-Vi-:2135 222 1 18 NOTICE. Canned Goods! ,

strip 120 ft wide s side canal in............ 19W,36,: 15, 14 63 Boat and Vessle Supplies, all kinds State of Florida, 1 Hats, Boots and Shoes,
strip 120 ft wide n side canal in ...........19 2036 15, 14 63 Patent Anchors, Chains, Blocks, 9

Bore, FrankEberwine.John lot or strip 24 De1e5pine grant .............. I ,134 I Canvass Rope, all Galvanized sizes, Tents Wire, County Take notice of Dade.that f six months after the Ladies' Shoes in great variety ; Prints all

............................................. ......... 22\351360 10 00 Spruce Ladders, date hereof I will present to the County new patterns at low prices.

described bk E P 690............. ............. 2812-1,36' 1 Copper Paints, gal's, 1-2 gal's, qt!!'. Judge of Dade County my final accounts Ready-made ClotMni Toilet Articles
part of set of n e I............................15,2436 31; 83 Spar Varnish, gal's, 1-2 gal'sqtspts. and vouchers' a* Executrix of Charles ,
Jury, Herman lots 1 to 14 blk 27 Aurantia ..................38'20'34 i I 1 46 Oils and Leads, all kinds.F. Moore, late of Dade County, deceased, XOTIOXS.
Titusville div. Palatka 15 mile main track $6000.00 per mile, W. DLVOE & CO'S READY MIXED PAINTS and ask for my final discharge as such 5gjfFor the cash onlyJ
& Indian Riv. R. Co 20-100 mile side track 360000. Total In fact aeything for Building Sailing boatsHart's executrix. November IGth 1887. March 15. 46 6m.
_
value right of road bed side trek
way, ELIZABETH J. MOORE
Block 90 East Bay St. ,
and main track............................... 1 297 Executrix of Last Will and Testamentof C. II. SCOTT,

Wilkinson, 11.Titusvil1e.. s w 1 of s e I................................. .. 6,2,36 40! 2 22 JACKSONVILLE FLA. Charles Moore, Deceased 32-Cm EASTERN1Al1tDItESSING
SALOON.,
E. ,'T. IIALL

t Collector of Revenue, Brevard County. Florida., To all w1/out it may Notice concern: I If you want clean-and easy! shaves ,

Florid;[a, April 5th. 18SS. utt's Pil13 Six months after date I will present to the Honor .- clean as barber evergave,(
of Brevard Co. Just call on me at saloon,
--- -- ----- ---- ---- able Minor S.Jonf* Probate Judge my
I! Fla mv final account and vouchers of the estate of At morning, eve, or afternoon.I'll .
JOHN E MOOKF, deceased of said county, and auk
TITUSYILLE BAKERY c. J. HECTOR: : 1,. for my final discharge as administrator of the said cut and comb your hair with grace
I., FOR '''O'. 'I ...,. r..r""! ..!. :I' egtaU- PmsEAsD:, WE! Fl*.. Juuar 19. !)<* I "
.. To I'll give a good "haml'oo,
1 you
Washington Avenue, near the Railroad. Hardware andMRS. .\ lurpi1.I Un'r trv arrgc+ tw .ttcl :.'si -- -- few.
The of which is known to
i I t. .' :: \:".. OTICE.All I art I
hick Y.Y .. the of ,I My sci-sor's sharp, my razor's keen
V. GAILER. ;i on s1Lwdlw persons having claim aeamst estate I
I : ; V'w :r; Otto Wolff late ot Br\ard County. FlorIda. deceased My shop is a ways neat and clean
General Produce i Costiveness nr.:-::- are hereby required to present them properly I And'everything I'm sure you'll find,
i Dyspepsia
m7i [ authenticated without delay, to Hon MinorS
Bread made daily; (lo Pies : this To suit the taste and 1,1ea'c! the mint
Jones, County Jndce of said county, or notice
and Cakes of all kind*. Cakes for i !; matism, Sallow Skin and Piles.: will be pleaded bar. And aU p rs"ns owing And now to all who patronize intend
fpeeial occasions furnishedat MERCHANT. There in 110 better remedy for tt?-1iCI said estate are reqne ud to settle with said County Just come along and bring your friend.,
I Judge.
Tuft's I.
than .
short notice. I eommou diseases Price,Sc V/ This iTIth day of February W.! And I assure you I will try
i
trial .1rAVe.
1 ln us. n n ;
CHARLES WOLFF, :
)1)yen. best to !atKfv. inavT j
GIVE HER A CALL. I Melbourne. Florida 1 Sold I: cr'lhere.;: 4;.*-t. Idm'r I with Will Annexed.

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8 THE FLORIDA STAR, THURSDAY, APR. 19, 1SSS.

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SPECIAL COLUHX. -See the Santa Lucia advertisement.Work I -Episcopal service will be held atWager's '! FOR SALE. i i Indian River -- : !;

has commenced on the exten- Hall, on Sunday morning at A tract of land on Indian River in the Bakm
Local advertising inteited in this column for fire I county of Brevard consisting: of 88; )
l'e,:els#" than per:0 line cenU.each Insertion. No charge made for sion of Main street to the new park. 10:30 o'clock. There will also be evening acres; it being lot 0.3, and south halt] I Washington Avenue,

-Mr. W. P. Hatcbett has opened a service. The Rev. Archdeacon Car of the northeast quarter of section 35, TITUSVILLE. FLORIDA.

r FOR SAW; 10 Rods fronting on Late Worth. lumber yard on the old baseball grounds, penter will officiate. and lot Xo. 3, being the southwest quar- Fresh Bread, Cakes and Confectionery
running through to Ocean Beach containing ten or ter of the northwest quarter of section
eleven acre ; one hundred dollars per acre. Must near the railroad. Messrs.. Dick Rhoads and Blus Rice Constantly on hand.BOSTON '
lie sold inside iO days. A great bargain. Porterk 36, both in township 31 south range 39
Potter. 50.3wk -The labor-saving type-writer is making draw a crowd every afternoon in their east. This is a very desirable piece of I FKENTII: !, (.UAHM .\xnIILK
TO LO.flW', Apply Porter Jk Potter, -a ::\ IIUEAD; MADF __
I its in town. The next i attempts to break pony into harness. hammock soil of rich quality suitablefor !
50-3wk appearance :
Tate Worth, Fla. TO OUHKUPartie .
GRANDEST st-< ck of-Dry-Good*-.-Notions, Ladies' will be the telephone.G. I II I The animal is owned by )lr. R. Morrow the raising of all tropical fruits. Is I ,. R.ilX ll,'ni.-''. eti catered for
II res..Goo3, Hat. Boots Shoe Gents' Furnishing I situated at the Narrows, near Enos post- pith -i'f\
and is The aLd
about old. attet.ti.iL. AUrrr
three care
j \ou 1
Good and Grown on Indian liner. <;eo. B. F. Ensey has enclosed his yard i now years' I office. Will sell cheap for cash. For Ut"rlttaeitviuglrv.ra:: t'. "*,b. I't"-Intoit:'bo.n.tat.!,.i,
I iiwphTltnevine. 49-COt i I horse is obstinate and requires I
very address
IT will Iay you to call ind examine ftocfc, or: ask with a new fence, improving the appear particulars Special Prices for Hotels, Restaurants,Etc
I but if succeed E. )I. LOW.Sept.
great patience .
letter Will dehverbarges on anyone can I '
for simple* by pay ,
ance of his place very much.A G. \14TU I: ;;. I'roprlelor. -
nil: amount over test dollars excepting groceries.Geo. j in the undertaking we think those who I 3. Brockton. )Ia:,*. .
4S-GOt. : ----- 5aI
B. Rump' Titnsville. number of our citizens visited I __ _______ __ __ -
with it should succeed. j. ruiTui\ui. I'n-i'i nt. ,
CALL ou \-Y. !lie icock. Grorglaila, Indian River, j are now engaged t .
for river frojits ; terms are easy for rash, to settler Jacksonville on Monday and Tuesday to \V. M. 1HOW\.l'lt.h1t'r. '
i Large crowds to'i*i t I J. S. McGlaslmn
School and Church at band mail and trans.portalion witness the famous Gilmore concerts. i are expected c
facilities daily. The place is healthful j the May Day festivities at Oleander INDIAN: RIVERBANKS
elevated andple* ant.NO Mr. Homer II. Stuart of Waveland I
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such assortment of Goods this side of Jack. i Point. From some of the interior towns TIN AND SHEET IRONYORK
sonville. I will duplicate and even undersell the was in town this week attending to some I 51
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of the State and from various
l..tallprICf:1I of Jacksomille on Dry Goods, Shoes, I points on
I Done to Onh short N'oticv. *
a business connected with his homestead. on !
etc (;1'(1. B Knmph. Titunille 45-'{t GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS
j Indian River, parties are buy making T11.\.'(. .
FOR H.\LE-"Acrt"8 of Rich Hammock Land, at I Roofing and
Guttering a Specialty.
Me&srs. Evans and Hindle, who have SACTED.
HyjwlUKrt. A great bargain at 1100 per acre Apply arrangements for this delightful outing, ,
to Porter k Potter Lake: Worth. Fla. 50. been on their land down the river for the I we hear. No doubt Titusville, a.; heretofore i TITTxVILLK. TI.A. I; Exflmiw bought amt ,,1.1.! special -IU' }I
FOR VLE.. iii the town of Cocoa, on Indian RivT. 1 I i I piompt utUMition'en tot-oUt-i-tinn Lo.m {&
an improved let iSOxiOO feet, containing about past five week, returned Titusville on will be ]largely represented at negotiated on tint mUftI; for *a\ii.jj,
100 bud 1* 1 oraugo trees, nearly all in bearing and +L'>iILII:_ Ranks, CorPttrationuttl In.livi.lua) im re
several Other kind of bearing fniit trees ; aIM a Tuesday. thi--one of the mot charming and I A.I"no :!'t allowi'tl on tinul -j>o-itS1 -.

Litcten roodstory and good liont-e well liin of water.feet Price with $piazind>.(-()(). ForCOdivnotily. I -Work on the new Episcopal Church pleasant;; picnic parties during the year. I TITI'SVILLK. FLt tin U.\. : OOOOO TO LOAN

Address M-s }'. A. James, Palm I was commenced on Monday. We look toieee
Saunders and Zellers
-Capt. Capt.
licacb, Fla. I I On Firt-ehis Real litate.Atlvanci" .
Keep fuul'py)) ] of metallic and wooden
Mr. Decker the work forward
t.1\"EXTy-fl\: : rie" f run tins IIU Lake Worthjice push to captured an alligator, eleven feet in
$"'0 a'rf'-'II'e..t. side of lake: ; also CO acreson ..
per completion. I' i Coffins Cases and Caskets. made upon :uilulth- ('ol1at'ralJ1pro'.1
. west III'*", fronting 40 rod on Lake Worth-f.Or : length, near the railroad wharf, on Monday ,
.\ hu..hw..l" Iy.llwr U*t'uunh'J.
;, 1>'"acre Ruth are bargains: Ices rable place on S
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t'nt] fide, fii'fc '...cjtK'M. trotting 5 rod o): the lake, -We were misinformed ]lat week as i with a spear. The :same morning I Funeral attended if de*irl"1.11 orders Dratt.on all parts oi Luntpt:

running iLr iish t.. the oan. -pnr-e, *G?3. Inquire to the change of schedule] the railroad. :i they killed one, seven feet in length, promptly executed, and at rel*(Ilt- Iu*iJlt.*1'I tloiie at .Jad."IIvilll' rutcrver ". a
Porter IAk. Worth :Ha
of porter
-- The will take until the the channel. the week the rateEulbatnling done. J > favor, ('"n-1oah"nt with *oiin.i .
LOTS fur ;;. at l' 4in i>acbrou Lake Worth change not place near During I
each eontairiMg 3 3-4 acres with a. cocoanut ,1 banking, clic 'Tfully t'xtt'nll"ll.
lit. first part of next month. schooner Manatee has remained herewith )
," treason, rao-tU bearing and a frontage of801'Jf CO1UEPONDENT': : of.Jatl..onvillt.,
-et on Lake Worth, I'M rod deep, convenient to Messrs. Lewis & Purdy have moved the two live manatees or sea-cows I A. M. Hamilton & Co., .Ja.k..m\.ilh., }"la. Tin- *.rabuarduUmal '"
--t-jrcj" Itotelc and postoffirtin fat, right in the I I l'mk.'w: Yoik. ao.
'nUl!!". fnnrforNo 1. $$0; No i. GOO; \o.:1. the billiard outfit from Mackenzie's recently captured at.:3t. Lucie. Captain i TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA, ------ -
$'".'.0; NO. 4. ,'0: No 5. 740. and No*. 7 and R, )
Saunders hastilt! the schooner :Manateeto : C. A.IGST:::
t 1.100eaib. and $125 more will buy either cf these building on the avenue to the Ex ,
I Wlolcil Doak-r* in
lou through wanting t .the Atlantic lovely cottage Ocean sites beaeb.Anyone and. so ear change" building on Main street. Mesr*. Bartles and I Xellers, who will j Contractor & Builder,

that meals ran l>e taken at the hotel if ieired.. Use her for a cruie again, on Indian I LAKH YlOUTll U.\HI: t',,. TLA.
IIOan1 have their -The well-known Orlando orchetra, Indian River Oysters
of tlf' lot
should oernre one -"
River, next winter. Captain Saunders; Hoii>t'*, (l'all kind*, built litter b\
cottage! built in time for occnpane by iiextfail. Fornarticalars Prof. O. S. Robinon leader has been ,
secured
call on worth Fl*. to furnish the music for the MayDay I-" IS] -II. done in any part ot the :-ra..'. goof!
Villa lots on like V."..rtb. Fia No. 1. (.ft acres, Michigan to spend the *uminer. work n:1rU1tet'tJ.I o a few hou. ".
10 rods front on Lake Worth half a mile from ocean dance at the Hotel] Indian River.Lieut. ;;
Levh. small 10x1.: txt: rd I.OHMout- fourth of an -It i i:5 greatly] to be regretted that our Green Turtle and Game for >:IIt>. in good lucation at barruinprices. ;
acre cleared E'55; No. 2. of 5 acre.. 10 rod of lakefront Pur-ell expects to start for the I. .)!-huo.:
v 12 acres cleared. $l('). No. 3of 10 acres, .0 municipal affair have been ?o greatly ______ __ n \
r xls of lake front, one acre cleared and shrubbery North shortly] to :spend the summer. Mr, All orders will ivci-Uf pronijitauil currtul attention ,
' I.+bonsrl.t tow for $"00. The-c lot demoralized for the pat few dayThe I whotluT bj' 'lfsrraiih, 1
rowing ran Purssell] is at present visiting Jad.*on- : A. L. Hatch \: Son,
adjoin and are har ..IU';. as tliewill at least double arret of the party for :; faulty due, was 1 letter or i>tr Sun. 17 ,
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in value inside of a year. They are tor "ae by Pore yule until they are ready for their trip. !
ter and Potter Lake Wo-tX Fla. unwarranted, and done with more force
About 7.:, or "tI aT'on the wet Kliorerf Lake -Mer-: G. S. Hardee and A. L. TITUS HOUSE
worthwtth a frontager rarer IfiOroils on the like, than;should have beenpernlitted. Ilis u 1- : DRY GOOD'MOTIONS
.in now lie bought f' r ;-:n i aii acre of Porter & Pot- Hatch went to Jacksonville Monday to the of the ,,
sequent dNcharge: pro\ed error ,
IT, Lat Worth, Fla ]be at the Exposition at the grand closing- Titusville Indian River Florida.
y -- authorities The M.ushal] wa then arrested I ,

n'r.OC.tl- tlLACO.MCS.: up, which takes place to-morrow, the i and his trial is i set for Saturday.On Hardware, Crockery. Saddlery.
. :20th int.Mr. I !:. 15. 11' !iJY. 11; 'u lrrielor. Stationery. Family Medi-
' Tuesday morning a fiiiht; occurred I
cines, Garden S t.Js.
Job work, of all kinds i is cheaply -:: John H. Sam; i i.. on a trip to between )Ira Humph and :\Ir.: Iludnall II I I Large Airy Rooms ; Excellent Cui-

Jacksonville this; w'ek."lIen he re- in the seriou of the lat-
and cxpeditiou-ly J (:'\ at tlii office. resulting; :- injury I sine. CHOICE GROCERIES

turns he will stop Aurantia to look after ter. Mr. Humph claim] : that Mr. Ilud
Mrs. A. A. Stewart returned from Corn Fertilizers.
Hay, Mapes
the school interests; of the northern nall provoked{ the assault by abu-ive i i Thifllknuvn IIoui i n*,w ope1
her visit down the river Saturday even- ; for the reception of section of the county. language. Mr.: Humph, a- mayor, appeared I _
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Captain Paddion and family, accompanied before the President i of the I
-Mr. Harry Papwortli: of .Sanford, GRAND VIEW HOTEL
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by Mr*. (i. )L Robbins Council and plead trinity of an assault I EACOTT & ,
was in town on Tuesday and W'ec1nc
lay. turned from a trip to Jupiter Monday.] and paid his fine. The case i i..; to be carried i TITUSViLLE. FLA.'I''S'1'11-I-t:. ra-i..

All of them report very pleasant time to the Circuit Court. On Tuesday
-Mrw. Holme, of -1nnia, C mn., named Boone "- Till & SHEETIRONYORKERS.
and the filming immense. evening, a man attemptedto .

?* still the guest of her friend Mr. -The inlet at Jupiter is nearly] cloed.We knock out C. I:. King, and he wa- ne id centrally, mu l Hold 1 ia>I City. -

Lowden.Mr. are informed that there is only about afterward aneted and placed in the -" (: rTTEHl i \(:. HHH'( (1U:,

E. S. Hamilton returned l from custody of the Marshal], but during the :NEW lIOlVr<-|..\$'". IX .
10 inchC'of water at low tide.] It probe I lilt
down tin river on Mondayevenin EVERY RF"' I'ET. dlH'MftintjuHui'lllg!ff of
quite a tay night Boone escaped from the Jlarhal'slmoue I
ably will remain this; way, or clone altogether .

*. until the rainy season sets in. and started on a walk up the rail- \! Open all the year round. Table Uu*ur- :, 11 ///'<'.

-Sir. ('. J. Scli'M.nnuiker, of C icoa, Sunday afternoon was noticeable on road track. Effort are being made to'J! pa"e ._ IXith loour. F-ce Galvanize M & RcnairiliJ( Of ail kinds

was in town Monday, on liis way to re-capture him. i flat,. >>r2..)() X !>:{.(:<> per 53ij.: ,I __
our river for the number of Bailing crafts
.T:1ckMtu\'ilJe. .* We ] that I SPIX-IAL UATI: PI \VILK. .
which were careening to the delicious particularly request our !i t Ij1K.aioils JIAI.V NTiiearIHer.
will be in subscribers will be good enough to note i .l 1. MILLER j/'o/JI' 'I01"H
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-It is asserted that oysters i' breeze, and carrying many of our young the time of expiration of their stibcrip-: ;I II _

;;:Odd condition this f'l'rin up to the 2utbf folks up and down the bay fur T'CfI'don. :\- tion account to the STAR as set forth on I

I next month Xo racing -of course not. the small name-and-addres: slip pasted !I ROBBINS & GRAHAM,

Mr. I A. Gingras of Kockled; I upon their newspaper or wrappers. By
-We received a pleasant call on :Saturday -
I reference to the printed and pasted slip

ha* been rusticating in our county townlurinjr afternoon from Mr. E. C. Dear-I I our subscriber* can observe whether their: I: ______________ ____._________:.:...-: -:..

tin \reek. who is admirerof ubcription i is overrun and also how
born, of Jacksonville, an I
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t'aptain McLean and Mr. Xesbitt Indian River, although his buinc':* long] it ha to run. We hall esteem it a I REAL ESTATE BROKERS & LOAN AGENTS.
favor if our readerwill give this matter
arrived here on Sunday afternoon from a him at the metropolis Ho visited I
kcep I their attention and send in all overdueor ] j .... ...- .
trip down the rh' r.U't.n Cocoa and Rockledge Monday and Tuedav. *- unpaid subscriptions at their earliest -

:t iuHs and arrest the 1! convenience. The STAP. i is :$l.oU per 'I
annum, in advance. LANDS BOUGHT AND SOLD.
l. w and lawyer have been fairly kept in -)Ir. S. F. Gray has secured the entire ,i :

the week. of the Titusville As- I I Loans First Class at from 12 to 24 cent.
motion during pat charge Library Negotiated on Security per
!111! I II
Money Money Money
the Indian River
: ociation and hay opened !
Mr. Cha T. Verbeke, of ekledje, '
; : ( 'hoi('" lots ill rabidly :jrrowini;: 1'O\\ his, will nrt il1\'t'-tttro: l 1I11'I"r

ami Capt. May, of the salve place, were Circulating Library, adding to the old I ---- i i j cent in twelve inontli} : .

vi-tors Jacksonville Tuenlay.Mr. collection a fresh lot of interesting book, !' =:
to Hl'idl'IlU' l hits in Tituvill- fro n-: :3O) up to : HKM(

ti.'u.)1. Quartermnn, of Banana which will lie ]loaned out on the most t TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE :,\i l lniue; >: 1 lot* troin .-.5'.">u to _).d". '.

liver, wa in town last week with hip reasonable term. i I In sums to suit, for one, two or three I

neat MrlKMiner-rijfse Imat Ilalwock.We -A coat, which wa taken away from at :i Agents for Florida Southern Railway Lands.
year, 1per cent.
the !hall the night of the Olde Folkes' I
are plea.ed to note that ColonelI

*. T.. (; u1d..n, who has been: ill fur the Conccrte, through mistake, has been returned ROBBINS & GRAHAM, TITHSVILLE, More than o,< )XXUHJO( )( ) ( '( )( ) Acrerf: t 'hoi"<. Land-. l 11I'at. in u.ull'nr\'

past ten days, is nctmuch better and to u*, and the owner can obtain I I v,._,. t county: in the State, uitable for Fanninjr, ( ;razing, Fruit an\l \\- ttaJ.lt'

able to get about. ame by applying for it at this office.! II (1rowlnPlnl", (' 'lH't.-: .* and IVdar Timber, price SI per Acre awl l

Also a part of cuff button or stud, found I INDIAN RIVERART GALLERY pwanlo
-Rev. \V. A. Simmons will, I). V.,
on Washington avenue, some time back. I .-
preach in the office of Hotel Indian I l P. O. P.ox L >O Titu.ville. FUdda.
The Chattahoochee ito bel I
teamer
Iliver. Rockledzc, un Sunday next at 11a. 11 PICKEXS TURNER I I
brought UP to Titusville a:* soon a-> the
in. Gospel Hymn*. GRAHAM.Clerk .
water in the lower river rises sufficientlyto Photographer, I'A. A. STEWART, GEO. M. ROBBINS, WALTER S.

-Commodore Welch and wife tartetlfor float her through. At present she i-I Is now prepared to do anything in the I ] Circuit Court. Atty. at Law. I. J.

their summering at IkMon, Ma- ., I Picture line.
drawing about three feet of water. When I

lat Friday. They *j>end their winterseason she arrives here it i= not yet decided,. Views on Eat Coat and Indian Rivera j BREVARD ABSTRACT OF TITLE COMPAE I

at their home un Rinana River Specialty.
whether the boat will be laid up or kept I I
-:Mr*. Hillery, who ha been on a Has the only Authorized PiiOTor-p.APii j llret'ard -
open for the reception of guets. PRESIDENT CLEVELAND PARTY CIJlII11Ieh.hsh'acts of Title furnished!< to ai lands in
i OF AND
visit to Mr. and Mrs. G. F. En ey '
-Capt. H. Hawley] ha his new boat that has ever been made :during their j count} riorida.

for some months left Washington: and i is for travel Order: by mail receive prompt'''
completed now ready sailing. : Titles
Examined Perfected.Box
to-day, and from there will leave for her attention. 41>-Gmo. and .
He calls her the Mist which is
a very appropriate I j i I
home in Baltimore.
selection. Brother Andrews, of ;, 'VV'AB.NJNGi: : i 250, Titusville, Fla.

-Mi>$ Edith Altree, who has been on -- ------- --- --
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a lengthened visit to Mr. and Mrs. os"x BE DECEIVED: BY CO DIISOIOX:
ATTENTIONOf
nightmare. This boat 1 ]) WE CALL THE
may Houfes in the Nurth advertising to pay lane |i
Jams of Cocoa returned to Tituville cause them to have the nightmare, especially 'I i prices for Hides, Furs and Skins, but sell your '
Saturday last, feemincly charmed goods at home. For highest; prices ship them to '+ the people of Indian River to our >t.>tk of Gooil-:
on carries i'
if she the first
away prize & : which we are offering at \ .
C. E. PONTIER Co. : "l'feoc uurgin.We :
with her journ at that place. ,
in her class on the 1st of May. make a specialty; of
: Orlando Fla., l>o327: or Tampa. Fla., I
Tile yacht Ripple, from the Halifax -In Justice Atkinson's court, on'':| box 30. i

section i it in tin vicinity, probably Tueo::day afternoon, on a writ of garnishment WANTED TO BUY Groceries Grain and How

awaiting; the arrival of that May Day re King vs. Lamb in, the justice ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND \ Hay ,

Regatta." The Ripple ha been very gave a decision of fifty-five cents in favorof (lUOWJ6reen./ Salted I ,

succe.sful here in several race the plaintiff and the costs to be paid I ALLIGATOR SKINS. : On which we will give special inducement.. lie carr a large stock of

-Rev. Ja. Rdton will, l). V., condu by the defendant. The plaintiff claimed HERON PLUMES GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS, BOOTS AND SHOES, HATS AND CAPS, ETC.,

t Krvice, in the Court House, Titus defendant owed him for one week's board AND BIRD SKINS OF ALL KINDS i:
Which we are offering at low figure Those needing shoes will find it greatly10their
rifle 7 alo and eleven of cider. The defendant bought in season. Quotations sent on application.
on Sunday next at p. m. ; ou glasses I interest low.
I Reference :-First National Bank of Tampa. For to'e us a call a* we are selling shoes very
Sundays: the 29th in?t. and May 6th at t; admitted the claim for cider further information call on. or address C. E. I AVe will be pleased to quote prices at any time.
PONTIER CO.. Orlando. Fla., Box 3.17: :
the same hour. Gospel Hymn but disputed the board account. 1 or Tampa Fla. Box 00. :?3.GmI 1 E. L. BRADY.t eI; :) :eao--


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