The Florida star
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00075901/00130
 Material Information
Title: The Florida star
Uniform Title: Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Star
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: S.W. Harmon
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: December 22, 1888
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note: Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note: Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071719
oclc - 34175599
notis - AKR0018
lccn - sn 96027111
System ID: UF00075901:00130
 Related Items
Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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*. J. E. M. lIoc1 son, of Eau Gal- Has the Ankona Anlcoiia. FOI'd-Ubson Cord: rosersy. I I have more of a stake in the welfare of XOTICC.In .
correspondent becomc Mica, Dec. 10th 1SSS. J this Southern country than the mighty
)last j
lie, was town week calling on a : weary in well"doing ? Editor i efforts of stupendous brain will ever Circuit Court of the Seventh Jmlicut,

few friend Eueene1'oillard! and wife Florida Star: [ make you the poxessor ot: Had you Circuit of Florida, fireranl County,
has been came up DEAR SIR-3Ir. Ford having brought pursued your inquiries regarding ....
There : considerable improvement from Jupiter to )look after )local : my D. 1888. In Chancery.JAMES. .
in tile case of Mrs. Clark. And t week. interestsa forth hi mouse, viz., my-I letter to :Mr. Cain, I have family history: a* little further you would PRlTl'lUIWXU r

will you kindly :give me space to sum I learned that while I am not a WILLIAM M. Knowy :..-
. her rclativsfl'cak more hopefully of herrecovery. Southern
The boy by birth father: ,
cheery the my was a Co-partners
countenance of J. trading
W. matter up on its merits, and then citizen of favorite under -
your State of
Stewart, of Chicago: has not in :Mr. Ford I for Georgia: the name, style or
put an can subside into the Sebastian :come: eight: years before firm of I
you were IIIE lx .
)Ir. T. II. McCoy hasbecn making improvements I \\
, appearance yet. mud puddle] from which he emerged i born, and for several very interestingyears RIVER HAXK. Kill! for Forer

setting out orange and other Elias Matter and J. S. Keck returned or continue to pelt it about him as afterwards. Think a little'friend] I Y$. \ closure -
trees on the place) purchased from 31 r.Mr from business his : Ford and see it'Jour little effort in this r. U. MORTEX, wife of
Sew8nl. a trip to Rocklcdgrt and fancy dictates fist aught I care. line is not another boomerang I )!. MORTENthe s P.I

I Cocoa on Thursday last. First then let us look at what he has As to the '"kicking"; which so exercises i F. )[. MORTEN-, J.

*'. Nash, of Daytona, arrived'Thurs Postmaster C. E.% Chaffee has made made' of his charge in your issue i of our friend, my j-uirtrestions; was for I j I FOSTER, and )I.RP.. I

.; day niiht. Her daughter, )Iro:. Chas some very fine improvements N ov. 8th, which letter must, have }been Colonel Gibson's benefit as Ford had FIKTEH. j
II. Stewart has been confined to her on his written the meddled to such an extent with his f tuna I It appearing the
premises within spurt before -asserting that ( by allidavit of James
a ; time. matters. 1 presume the Colonel will 1 '
j Pritehard
i of
room fur several days we arc sorry to Numerous improvements in my correspondence with :\Ir. Cain which attend to his case when the opportunity I nant..., that one the said above 11&.1U1l'lll'tlmplai-

1 bear. and in are progress he had seen stated that-"cow since< the presents itself: 3Ieantimo 'Ir. Ford} !! non-residonts respondents otthe state are respectfully -
contemplation.: Xext uf Flor
I The railroad wharf :.Melbourne: will ; sea- election, )1 r. Cain's: opponent is of the stalks about the country bristling: with i ida, and that the said IL 15. Morten and) I.'.
ion witness a ]large increase in thL'aC1'e.1:0 knives and pistols: in a style: } that would !j I M. Morten
Beach is' finished, and is a solid sub- I "oput OIJ that 31 r. Gibson's interest wa him 1 I reside at 1.32: Main Street in
: of piuc-apple get a free lodging the the city of
; oranircs and :jairdJeorge ; at public'sexPOPSO Cincinnati, State of Ohio and
ftantia! Mructure.' Wo expect improvement en "tuff. taken in him through: spite for Cain,- in any of the older States. I presume that the said J. II. Foster and Mary P.

will be rapidly pushed as soon as ( and he (Gibson's choice) not only declines this i is intended to avert the propo Foster reside at Il.'khonl', Alleghany:

Capt. Wilcox arrives.Mi. and Art. Saoger: expect a visit to run against Cain, but offers - soon from their brother Charley his ideas of'the manly) of self saill'rl'Spondcnt
of art are
Al.entown him his respectively over the
Allen's support at the pulls". There
** cottage looks very neat Pa. defense. age of 21 years It is therefore
and attractive in" its new dress. The dace and, They have a beautiful, 1 beiinr only one letter which thi peculiar Finally as to Ill)' remarks about the I'ordered that the said respondent hereby II. K

painted roofs of this: and 31 r. E. C. [ a winter spent at their Indiai i statement;, could refer to, I assumed that Sebastian ""alli'/atorhunters'; which I'tHut.-1 Morten, F. M. Morten, J. II. Foster and

Thomas River home would be of benefit to theirBrother. the young: man meant the mal] body :garbled into nonsense when it :lp- Mary P. Foster do plead, answer or demur '
cottage: contrast well with nomination
to said
green : peared in your columns, )(Ir. Ford complainant's bill of complaint
pines Mirrounding; them. not the election, and the subsequent knows well that my remarks applied to on or before the 4th day of February, A.

We inadvertently omitted from the )1 r."iII Tancre left for Titusville to I I publication of this letter proves that I himself and two or three other south I D. 18Si:: >, or the said Bill of complaint will

)list of arrivals meet )Ir. West and daughter: from was right: and also proves pretty fully, prong voters who in the absence of our be taken as confessed, and the said complainants -
published last
week the Sioux City, Iowa. )1 rs. Tancre will be I think, that it did not contain voters here held the balance of power said allowed to proceed ex pane with
names of Mrs. Leach and her any proposal cause. And it is: further ordered
two chit at the eletion and! did that
I wad to welcome not as he seeks
her filther anti sister to to support :3Ir. Cain at the a copy of this order be
dren from Arizona. Mrs. Leach j is staying polls, to insinuate include 3Ir. Cain in their published in the
Ankona again.: )Ir. Will. Tan era expects but was as my ]letter of explanation number. I FLORIDA bTAit newspaper, published in
simply used
1 the
: with her f father Ur.1'11I, :M.: Fee, cognomen;: said Brevard County, tor four
mother to join the party at states a challenge to a fair fight if sucha by which these parties arc known in weeks consecutive
Mr. and Mrs. It. \\'. prior to the said 4th day of February
licaujcan and 1 3Iontgomery, Ala. their own l settlement] best describing!
contest could be carried on without interrupting as .\. D. 1889.:\ wC
two wins, of Jamestown N. Y., )Ir. We them. I regret: )fr. Editor having had Witness A.:1. ;Stewart
clip the clerk
following] from the Yin : our friendly relations, and entirely of said
and Mr*. Glenn, of CHautauqua, N. Y., Observer to trouble yourself Mid public with such court, and the seal of said court, at the
ton Yinton Iowa independent of the personal ]
3Ire. N. Cosgrove : "Professor quarrels a lengthy communication on so trifling a Court House in Titusville, in said
3Irs. J. Wood
: worth County
C. T. 3IcCarry started, Monday night: .. ,of. our. supporter The publication subject.: 3Iv apoloirv] : is that I have a of Brevard, thi l;>th da.,' or H..mh..p .\..
and Master Charles I -;- -' ''' 'J
sun Woodworh for Ankona: IJrevard county, Florida] 01 this letter, and the amusing way in great aversion to being misrepresented !). 183$.
arrived Saturday night. Other parties even by such a nonentity Ford. And A. A.
where he will which )Ir. Ford STEWART,
engage in law and real reluctantly proceeds to '
estate his having
are expected daily. : tangled himscl.'up w badly [LS.] Clerk Circuit CourtXOTll'U. '
business The Professor's many cat his own words regarding it, in his in his efforts to villily!: me seemed to require .

The mining tourists are coming southin friends here will wish him health and letter dated Dec. 1st, clears up{ his some clearing up. I now bid the .

great numbers, and this winter will prosperity the new home in the South. contemptible: inferential charge againstme : subject adieu. Yours respectfully, Six weeks sifter date I will apply to

probably nee a greater number visitors His oldest, boy, Charley, went with him. of treachery to my supporters in assuring W. J. XESIUTT.Town Judge the Iloiioiable of Bievard Minor S. Jones.Florida County
to the II. I. H. than ever before in spite Mrs. McCarty and! the other children )Ir. Cain clandestinely: while yet Ordinance. letters of administration county.on the estate of

of Yellow .Jack. The f fact that there will join him at the close of the winter in the field that I would }!o back on Susan P. Unwell; late of stidcounty, deceased.

ha never been a ease of yellow fever on term at the Academy. them and support him, nnd justifies the limits An ordinance of the town extendiugthecorporate of Titusville.lie other .persons All the interested kin and creditors will therefore and,

Indian hirer will prove a powerful f factor OCCASIONAL, the language of my letter to the worthy it ordained by the Town Council of take notice.

I in, inducing: immigration to this .section. L Colonel, which was that this part ofPord' the town Titusville.. that whereas aid! JAMES A. HUSS.LL.
Lake Worth.Another Council has declared its intention of annexinjr Dated November 29th, I8SS.
I The cold! wave that was H, welcome to was "utferlfills, awl. un- certain territory to the town of

i Jacksonville and other infected points norther. true"which the Colonel in his so-called Titii.vic!! and including he same: within Citation.To .

left few traces here except in bail colds The Uon.Ton ill from the 11;. I. 11. on transcript altered to "not true in any par and its whereas corporate notice limits of such jurisdiction intention has; all whom it may concern.Take .

+ which the interested parties do not seen the 11th. ticular" This clears up the whole] gist been published for four consecutive notice, that on the 5th day of
of the matter and weeks in the Florida January. A. D. l&SS. 1 will apply. to the
nails )Ir. Ford's STAU. a
attempt newspaper
to enjoy. A little frost The Mary ]J.
in in
was seen one came from Titusville in said lion. linor S. Jonu.*, County Judge of
make published town ot Titusville and!
to ;
or two low places, sheltered from currents with a big load on the 11th. me out a traitor. He whereas! thirty days having expired) since Hreyard county Flu., for letters of administration -
of air still however had not the honesty to add that the adoption and said of the estatof GVorge
bananas, guavas, etc., Jas. Hall and family arrived approval ot ordinance
on their the verbal Warren deceased, ami) all and
unhurt. We message to 31 r. Cain wa subsequent declaring) the intention ot annexing sundry
are noticed several moorflowers sharpie from Smyrna oil the 11 the to the letter the territory described in said ordinance : the kindred amlcreditcrs of said George
in bloom) the past week. Not much Christmas also to my retirement Xow. therefore be it further ordained Warren, deceased are hereby admonished
yet, and no when I was in every way freeto that the following described to be and appear on said day at the of-
Mr. F. \\". Com tock has been engaged boat going: after it till about New Year. place my support where I pleased.If to-wit : territory lice of said judge and how cause why

i the past week painting the tie\\ 11. R. 3IcConnick and family arrived )Ir. Ford's memory will serve him All of fractional section thirt-four (31): ), said be I letters ot administration should not
IIOUM. of )Dr. DuHusj. The and the .southeast: quarter;: (S. E. 1-4)) of granted.
, Dr's. winter at their winter home at Palm+ Reach on he will rcollect that the lew remarks I section thirty-three (33)). all in township SOCIETY WAUUEX..

home i is different in style from ain' the i th. made at the nomination in the presenceof twenty-one(21)( south of range thirty-live Dated this 2'Jth: day Nor 1SS8.XOTIl'E. .

:,rJ here, and is, we thiul, one of the proto J. S. Ernest left on the 11th for Pa- Colonel Gibson and all who were. ((3.i: ) east, be annexed to and i U hereby declared .
h & a it is of the to he a poition of and subject to
> certainly there
one mo st deprecated his.
: latka to accept a position on the J. T :speech reflecting the jurisdiction of the said town of Titusville. All persons having claims ;against the

1 convenient, and comfortable houses in & K. \\'. Ry. on )Ir. Cain's character, even to the] ex Ilrevard county. Florida ; and I estate of Benjamin; C. Willard, late of

_ 1 this iieighbcrhood. It will be complete ; tent of desiring that the matter be dropped ) the corporate limits arc hereby extendedso Brevanl County, deceased, are hereby
J I IjfhiUhtd this week. Sunday School on the west hide, and as to i'lcliulc the above-de8Clibl',1 1 required to pi..st'lit them properly)

., church on the east side even Sunday u,. _. right u. there,, and. T as I felt". very" much_ land and are defined to be as follows. I j :,authenticated... 1.0__. .H.' ''within' the, time_.. prescribed_ _
.J I 3Irs. and the Mines White are occulting now regularly.: aniuncu uy \\naiinmi .Ill inose who I to-wit : uii\t. 10 me jioiiontuit lIl1or. JOlle

3Ir. Thomas' heard it ('ollsiJeredauullcalll', attack I Bt' inllill" at the south-ea"t corner offratiunal County Judge raid County, cr to theulldl'rsi"ned
cottage, and Miss Po&tmastcr (bale has or this notice will stand in
a pineapple) in tection three ((3): ill township
Libbie we pained learn is confined on au absent man, I went so far as to say bar of and all
are to blossom: just ten weeks old from the twenty-two (22). !south( ot range thirty- payment; persons Indebted -
;.' i to the house with rheumatism, we that if I voted it would be for )Ir. Cain. live (33); cast, which corner is also the to aid estate are required) to

i .1,, sincerely hope for I her speedy I recovery, slip. This is no (Jeonria yarn, or Conn Colonel l Gibson would be much more northeast; corner ot that tract ol land: dersigued.i make immediate. settlement with the IInI -
ty Board of Health report, but a solid obtuse than I known as the Delespine Grant ; fromthence I
take him
; be
knowiu to if'after
,1 : from experience how i LAURA E. WILI.AKI
I'JllIpat fact for which explanation in order run \\'I'Sh'I'I.alon. ; the northern'
. ize with her. )Ir. Thomas has had are that he could have supposed that I luaus honndary) line of said Delcspino Grant lo I Administratrix of the estate of U. C.

1 his lot cleared ami I thoroughly grubbed SAM. way took his part in a personal and bitter the southwest corner ot the east half of I I Willard.' deceased.
Cocoa Fla.. Dec. 4th
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---- section: four in township i 33
feeling which I
and fine learned then for the !
: orange: trees planted. south of

."j A 1 The many friends of Uev. and Mrs. STAR Pursuant, a lar to e and a call enthusiastic in the FLORIDA meeting: f first r. Cain.time existed on his part towards II IIJl northerly government range along thirty-live survey\\"cstembolwllIIY. from east thence according run of','i ilo TO RENT ORM: SALEA

" Jos X. Mulford will be pleased to hear of the representative orange: rowers; of' CtlS..l. rf-kdOfr' -" u halfllf- -. .. H' _;:n..d.1.. "f'fioll___"__.. t,_111""I* /i. J\ .*.11/1'n" .
: : their safe return from their European: Indian River was held at the residenceof At the further solicitation of several I along the western boundary the southeast : HANDSOME:, NEW,
' gentlemen interested who I knew had]! qnaiterof section thirty-three
: tour. They arrived at Troy )Dee. 1st in A. L. Hatch (33)Ill ) MODERN
City Point, on Saturday COTTAGE
no personal ends to serve,and only desired township twenty-one, south of range
i excellent heath and spirits after a mostpjoyable December 13th. After due deliberation thirty-live east; to the northwest corner
the feat of the Ford and Co. I OF EIGHT 11003IS
tour of over six months' aura a tock according consented of said southeast quarter of said section I ,
tion. Few if to runand so the matter stood until thirty-three from thence run easterly WITH HALF AN ACRE OF GROUND
have left the laws of
any persons soinny I Florida, was deemed best along northern boundary of said southeast ,
we yellow jack had -
1.- friends here, would so gladly be and the following names were enrolled beaten and quarter of section thirty-three (33)( : ) to I I Nicely laid out. Pleasant surroundings.
us, we had better retire for Yicv of Uin'T.
welcomed back to Melbourne by the sea for that purpose : G. S. Ilardee, ,,'. II thetivesteru boundary of section ((34) Address,
the present, some time after which I no- I thirty-four in said township twenty-one, !' MRS. L. A. MACKENZIE.
We are curry to hear from Capt. Clay Sharpe, .\. L. Hatch, J. D. Hatter, C tithe 1 Colonel Gibson of our decision. !south of range thirty-live (3:>), thence ,

ton, of Olean, N. Y., that his son has R. 3Iaiiruder: J. C. Norwood, .\. Brady, Now )Ir. Editor I want who northerly along the west line of said ; ___ __TITrSVlLLE. FLA. 33
been buffering with an affection of achil- L. R. Dennison, R. J. :Aims, W. P, section tliirty-four to the northwest i
has wadtd throuth this muddle to tell coiner of said) section
thirty-four the
'I Ice tendon which may necessitate an Moon, Cr. '\". Holmes, Walter 0 Goodyear the ;
me where "treacheiy" "'g'hypfcriey" same being on shore of Indian Uiver | Pianos &

operation and consequently delay or F. C. 3Iacombcr. my part conies in? The fact is that from said northwest eortlerof said sectionthirtyfour ,, Organs
. 1 teen postpone till another season the A committee was appointed to draft run due east to the channel
utter dislike for DIRT
Captain's and endeavors to of Indian: River from thence run southerly
visit to the Sunny South. a constitution and bylaws for the axo-
eliminate from along the meander -
lie a ]local office matter, the we>tern line of,
reports,now enough for good sleigh ciation and to report at the next meeting usual said channel to a point due east of the
lnS- How thankful that which is to be held at the accompaniments of brawling and I southeast corner of fractional section j i i, If you want to purchase a.
we are we are same I
tot personal feeling have failed! ,and I never so three in township twenty.two, south of
ter".there fur "the long and dreary win place on Saturday, 22nd inst., at lei I fully realized the truth of the old Proverb I i I range thirty-five east from thence run j j,I II Piano or Organ, write to the un-

o'clock, where all who are interested in that "he who due east to said southeast corner of said dersigned
"I touches pitch mustneeds or give him a call.
Our stores begin orange culture on Indian River are fractional section three the same being i
to brighten up for be defiled, as I have since this the place or point of Can
: beginning sell
the holidays. earnestly requested to meet with us. i you any of ,the instruments -
Toys, etc. have made"Kir A. L. HATCH, controversy began. The territory embraced within the!
, appearance and foregoing boundaries and which is here" of he best and leading
both of our iro- Act. Sec. However )Ir. Ford's boomerang has -
terr stores have Point, Dec. 17th 1SSAOTICE. by declared to constitute the town otTitusville
heavy stocks of finendies City ,
back makers at
come and hit himself and so far is shown upon the maps) of >i prices that defy

hire nuts, fruits, etc. Cranberries as the channels of the press go I bid the United States survey us all oft I I competition.
been added fractional section three and the !
to the list this last him good bye. east
, -eek. Goods arc sold here in large Call for annual meeting. The directors : half ot tractional section four in township .1 I
quantities now and members of the "Indian River Pine- He has made a covert attempt to elicit twenty-fvo (22): ), south of range |
i?' that no one would have apple & Cocoanut Gr )\Association" are thirty-five east, and all of fractional'f
sympathy on the score of being Pianos and Organs! soil
the :
Beamed my a on Install-
of a few years ago. Our jro- hereby notified to meet at the office of section tbirty-four. and the south-east I

' Lbeld druggist, )Ir. Stewart, has ra'f Tropical House, in Ilockledge Fla., at 10 Canadian, and he a Southern boy. Yes, quarter of section thirty-three ((33) in t; lent plan when desired. Discount

; eetred o'clock, Wednesday, the 2nd day of Jan. friend Ford, I am a "Canucand I am township twentv-one. south of rangethirtyfive t '
a.fine line
Plash Work of fancy stationery, 1886, in annual meeting of said association proud of it, and you will not have far to (35)). I to Gfinrcte on Organs
boxes, manicure sets fepho- for the purpose of electing officers for the Passed by Council. December 18SSJ> t
1 i to albums etc, that would surprise a ensuing year, and for transacting any business to go to find plenty of my countrymenon 11: U, Wihsox, Pres.; Bd. Aldermen All correspondence will receive prompt
tender'foot to of the association. this: river who like myself are not now Attest ; Geo. II. Altree, clerk. attention.E. .
see "way down in Florida, C. B. MAG&UDEB Canadian subjects but justas Approved., December. 1SS8. D
I President. good II. F, ATKL SOY. I WAGER,
Secretary. American citizens ,as you are, and who '34 1 Mayor. Tltusvllle,

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I Indeed, a mere glance at him is sufficient L. C. OLIVER. \ F. T. BUDGE.
to engender a feeling: of loathing. But when
PRADO'S' CRIMES. he opens his lips and speaks he is totally OLIVER & BTJIDG-IE
.l n't morphosed. He becomes absolutely at- ,
tr.t cave His whole face lights up and even
j I the judge; who, clothed in red and black, dts I
; under the picture of the crucifixion,is moved Dealers in

They Are Numerous, Standing I to ulmiration, as well cs the perfumed no-I
dcines and demi-m ndaine.3 w ho thro :
and Sensational. I I court room. .1 GEORGIA PINE LUMBER

I Prado's antecedents era m.-stcrlcns.: urtl : ,
have hitherto baSed the most;ding; n: cJcrt*
ABOUT HIS TRIAL IN PARIS.AH I of the French police to tieter.xi.i' uscelvJi. :::,;'t
I It is only when; he speaks toJ per:c: SHINGLES AND LATHS.
-- Spanish, French or English, :.3 LJ clew !

tbo World Amazed at the 'Ian'& every now and then, that doubZj i.riij as tc I .

Wickedness, Ilia Nerve and Ills Shrewdness Li*Leiflg a Frenchman. 'j I GrE ;;R..A..L I-3Akti.DWiJ.: AB.iIr4 :9
Then he hands over to tLw j-ress tae I.is i j i
-Uy'on'/\ Don Juan Quite Outdone
sleet: e* of the scenes in which he is playing i ifo

hi Ellrot1ct Ev.I'yVny.i'i. fact nil the world has for tho dangerous illustrated a papers role the tear artists up their( representing* in disgust: !:. Sash Doors and Blinds ; Stoves Tinware and Crockery."Refrigerators

some time been pivinc: : strict attention to the and begin bartering with him for tho: "e due I .

trial at Paris of Prado the French criminal.In to his I+eltIlls: replies are +wOlHlt fully! to

Prodo, Hymn's Don Juan has l oen out- the point and his language rich in apt quota I p AE: TS .A. JD OILS
done., Pndo. the French criminal !has not tion, "hile in fencing with the astute president ,
his hut of the tribunal he always scores a vic
only distanced him on own jrronmi
Nevertheless, it is proved that for 1 Water Coolers Ice Cream
has nd hire made Don Juan tun mlPrndo '< years together Prado lived on tb': mote eds of I ,

has Ix en keenin'rthe Parisians in a the immorality of his various parjimour I
state of sensation for a long vrhilo Among Facing tho prisoner were seated the two Screen Wire, Screen Windows, Screen-Wire Doors.
his various crimes wan the murder of Marie women who were tho chief witnesses against
him. Tho one was Eugenie Forestier the

Aquetant.A RECORD OF nis CRIMES. femme gnlante to whom he described in one POWDER AT NEW YORK PRICES.
Here fq n record of come of the crimes of of those: moments of exyiaiiMon to which even
which this man is accused.! They are so such secretive serpents as this man are subject -
many and so frightful: that it h with difllcultv I how he had murdered Mane Aquctaut TTTUSTILLEFLOIII= ) .

one can assume that they all l>elonr to for the sake of her jewels; tho other was --- -
the fame man. Indeed the criminal has pone I Mariette. whom he seduced UH"I' premise of I TROPICAL AND SUB-TROPICAL FRUITS AND FLO'V'ERS.Egyptian .
bv so many different mines that it may IMJquestionnblft marriage. They are K>th n .: ;ably beautiful TITUSVILLEFURNITURE
if he is always one and th", -'me; I women. The first is a tall and stately Queen Pine Slips.

person, or some one else. One thin is certain blonde; the other a timid, shy brunette. INDIAN DIVER= XL' T{iiIii }: .
: he is always a criminal: never anything !
i STORE. Bone Meal Tcbacco Stems Cotton-seed Meal Cow &
*1'*. INFAMY IN IOWA. Peas. Fertilizers.
A year ago:: November a man was arrested 'AMI.
on the ban] s of the Seine for robbery.Re The Celebrated Brown Poisoning Case.
wounded a policeman, who made the arrest. -! The Billing Case. JOHN K n.. \('][, Indian River Nurseries, East Melbourne, }'hi.LIOb .

with revolver.. He pave his name as There is sensation at Mason City, la., ,
Prado Ribo. Ho was really Linsk de Cns- '
y over the approaching murder trial growing: A. Frosolier
tillon. He had previously cone: by threo out of the poisoning:: of Hiram [.. Drown and ,
other names-rJIendoza. Hero and Grnsset 1 Jesse Urown at Mason City. A Mr. and Mrs.
In 1SS7 ho was married in Madrid, i. e. j Hiram 1-:. Brown, the son and (daughter-in-i PROPRIETOR. fen Per Cent Off. 10o 1

married the last time, for he had often been | law of Hiram L. Brown, lived an unhappy i

married before. He then registered himselfas j married life.Ir.. Brown, the husband, wasa .
Linsk de Cn i11on. This is also on
name music teacher. His old father lived with I II I
the certificate of the birth of his child, whose the and this seemed to therdifilculties.
couple, augment
I Parlor Suites I introduce a New Feature which will continue until
another was n woman named Couronneau. ;. On March 1 last, while the, family ,
who Jint Rordeaus. I were setting at supper, they were all suddenly I

13 UK THE SON OF LOUIS XAPOT.EOX? i taken ill Tho next day Hiram L. Brown \ U Ci ....... '
\JfrJJCU. \ 1"1"\ /g= _'u.'n'"I." .' ' .' ,
It is supposed that this Prado alias Linsk, ; and Jesse, the youngest son of tho Brown XbUUUJ. kJ lutes:: :
alias two or three other persons, is the son couple, died. Physicians concluded that ,
of Louis Nano<>on bv a lady in waiting at II them had been poisoning, and on searching : AT
the French court.* At any rate ho was bornin I tho house a box of Rough on Rats was Beds Mattresses [ ,," ; "- :. .. . .; :.

1855, when Napoleon was at the height of found. The body I
his power. When the lad was 1" years old II' : of Hiram Ii t
:?i. L.
be was placed at school nt Dijon and was !!c: Brown was buried Springs i WILL.. ALLOW A DISC'Ol'NT OF
under the care of an old lady who had plentyof ('J but several ,
His first of handiwork ; ''
was money.robbing:: his mother of piece all her jewels,and ; 11 riJ.b weeks after was And everything in the FURNITURE I I PER
'Q F exhumed and CENT
then skipping. Ho went around the worldto r. )' S sent to a chemist I i line. Call and see the New Stock 100|
see what was going;: on, landing at Ran h
received. I
.. for : just
Francisco and at last bringing up in :Xew V.YJ .' | ,
: Arsenic i was i
York In 1873 he hed! commission as lieutenant fonnd in large i Keep full supply of metallic and wooden I OX ALL ARTICLES.
in the Carlist Ho secured a.
nrm' t" \ 'z quantities. Th i iHIP.AM l
brief leave of nbsen('('. It was very brief :: : +1 'I Coffins, Cases and Caskets. I
but not so short as to denrive him from crossing ,1'-- :'' .1 Prices arc Marked in Plain Figures, and way low down at that, on
tf-$" I Funerals attended if desired. All or-
the frontier into France and rIl& I :
:: effecting a ', _.
robbery of 8.000 francRin nilirlv enough Ir, Jc ;_ -: I ders promptly executed, and at rea -ona- I wliich each purchaser still get his Discount: Oft

!ia did not forget: to return. HP rejoined the rates. Embalming done. 2'2 I
army and at the siecre of San Sebastian, iI I
was! taken prisoner and sentenced to 1>3 shot, grand jury before f/SI/ GREEN AND DRIED FRUITS, '
but the daughter of the governor, whom ho N whom the case came"> r j::''' :' I i ;'PER CENT OFF.

had seduced saved hn life. I implicated Hiram b t:I\ Pereira( and Domestic.Selser .
WOUNDED AS A SOLDIER.At I! E. Brown. In orderto .\\
the battle of Sommorostro ho I clear himself lie JJ/zlly\\.. I
was ; I have a Full and Complete Lino (sow ox lL\XD l nAND
I hired a detective, : Bro
wounded and taken to a hospital, where he r:,fL"7-t.J.lt \\ Cornp'ygents r
reduced a Sister of Charity who nursed him. I whose investiga- .) ,I ,
He afterwards married her and went on a 1! tions resulted in the pI'' iJJy/ '
tour with her to the Foly Land. His wife I arrest of Mrs. 1- .- ,. ? \ for Bishop, Iloyt & CVs Hammock E 'SI

died at Ischh, and it is believed that he poi- j Crown. She was MRS n. E ROW Land Florida Oranges,

soned her. Ho then went to Sarona, where, j I held to bail in the Charged with tb riurder.]. Ultra, Florida. I
in broad clay light he stole 00,000 francs I sum of 700. Now, i
worth of jewelry. lie disposed of the jewels Mrs. Drown has been indicted, and tho cass I ------- ; OUTESI

and returned to France. I will come on in December. I
Prado took part in tha last Carlist war, t While Ute people in one part of the state COMMISSION' MERCHANDISE' I

and then concluded to make a tour to Peru. I are about to be horrified with the details of -

The country proved a gold mine to him, for I this crime the first anniversary of a terrible I
I tragedy in another Waverly, Brenner -
he married woman who brought him 1,200-
000 francs. lie ha'l a child by her who died : county, is near at hand. This case; involve. Special Attention Given Florida Fruits. I CJEILDJR..E 'S

young, and his wifo. as was usually with I .! rather more of tragedy, black treachery -
those be,married, died suddenly. On the day and degradation of people once highly; I 28 X. Delaware Ave., and 29 Water St.

of her funeral ho lost 400/00 francs at poker, respected, than anything in recent history. I
and her relatives were so scandalized that I By incontrovertible evidence it was proved Philadelphia, Pa. Ii

they drove him out of Lima. that Col. M. E. Billings, once an honored i OIAPUDJII
i References Seventh Nat'l. Lank Pro- i
IJf MADRID AS A GAMBLES. I citizen and a veteran of the war for the ;
Then he opened a rambling house in Madrid I Union planned to have his wire debauchedby j duce at Bank; Mercantile ..tgenclesor
and won 200,000 francs in one night bv County Attorney". S. Kingsley in order i any Produce House in Philadelphia. \J1JU 11l111U.
to blackmail! the latter that the failure of
heating:; at roulette. There a Spanish I ; on make S5.OO per
':larcbioness over 80, to whom ho made love, the plot he murdered Mr". Kingsley, and thatin ,;, GE 1Sf'an profit. belling our '
furnished him with 80.000 francs. On i order to shield her husband Mrs. Billings )for low We prices.beat; the A
\ov. I, lS7), ho married a Spanish lady nt i j testified to her own guilt and shame. Yet In nEb 1'LL till ffiiGiLIIiI.UI'JI.: Boots & Shoes Trunks & Valises Hats &

tan Sebastian, Dolores Garces y :Mancilla j jwho I spite! of her personal evidence it was shown , by letter she had written that the murderedman clasp holding 32 pages of Cabinet; and Card
brought him 170,001 francs. This wife I a pictures sent for $1.00,retails for 82.25; bound also ,
13 still living in Madrid in poverty.HenextweVit was guiltless of wrong doing.: tn Japaneese Morocco. Illustrated circulars FUKK ,i
j to Paris--in IS'-XJ where ha On Dec 21, ISS7,just after dark, two pistol II Of-the above and FIXEXt.STYIEN >*'- !
.ontiuued his rascalities: and lived with a I shots were heard in Mr. Kingsey's office, I Fontliec Jlc.Makiu,j : Caps Shirts Neckwear Hosiery Umbrellas
larried woman (Mine \'radawho) wasparated and Col. Billings rushed out declaring that I Ciiieluiiatl. Ohio. I i ,
? from her husband. She was clesi i the attorney had shot at him and he had A !: ITS, double their Bit inoneveellmgoiir AS S I
''erately in love with Prado, and gave him killed him in self defense. But it was proved ;, U [;& Finished Corrugated ,

:.!! her money. It was at this time that the I that Mr. Kingsley never carried or kept a ) REFLECE'G: SAFETY LAMP I Etc.;
aurder of Mario Aquetant occurred. pistol, while CoL Billings kept several; and .
Can be sold in every firailjr. Gives
This woman was of the demi-monde ef on the of the latter were found :
I person papers more lizlit! than throe ordinary lamps
Paris. Sho owned splendid jewels, which I he had drawn up ready for tho attorney to' t d. thirty Full sired cents.Vo Lamp sent aho by have Express the beat fur I REMEMBER, FOR A FEW DAYS DHLY-lOi:
the displayed to Prado. One night Prado Ii' sign, confessing the adultery, deeding:; all his spllinar toffee Pot in the U. S.
with her to Cot and Send for illustrated circulars to
went to her room, and the next property Billings guaranteeingto
morning:; at 4 o'clock sho was discovered to : pay him the attorney's official salary till ---- FORSHEE&McMAKlNCincinnati.O I\ J. BIRMUM! One Price Clothier.
have been murdered. Her money and her 1S90. The bullet Col. Billings exhibitedas !

.owels had disappeared. Prado went homo I having been fired at him, and having flattened PORTER & POTTER i ,
to Mme. Varlay the same night, but did not :' against his suspender bucLlc, was : ,
deep, continually getting up to wash his'' shown to have been hammered to the buckle.'I : -- --- ----- -- -

1-ands. Mme Varlay also noticed that he j In short the evidence was complete of con-
ad been scratched. Prado told her that a | spiracy to blackmail, and on the failure of Real Estate Dealers Clyde'sNeiYork.Gliarleston&FloriuaS.S.Line.GENERAL .
irornan had been murdered in Paris and i the scheme a. deliberate murder. The jury 1 I

every one was discussing it. At the time he i returned a verdict of murder in the second Lake Worth, Dade Co., ria. i NI:1i0IlK.
which carries the penalty of impris- OFFICES : 35 IIKOAIMVAY,
clone knew of the murder. His shirt also I degree, '
Lake Worth Florida is the most tropical part of
iras bloody. He burned his shirt and his onment for lif x the State. It lies parallel with the ocean beach is I Ij NEW YORK, .U G. 16, ISi-
loots, notwithstanding the remonstrance of : 'j itt miles long, of an average width of one mile is I
Mme. Varlay. They dined together that connected with the ocean by an inlet, and is nowhere DIRECT.Steamers .
of mile from the .
I over three-quarters a ocean. ,
nfternoon, and Prado spoke of the murder ,
The Dishing and hunting cannot be excelled pomi I J
Carelessly. Cut won after he told her he was I i fish, barracuta, and I
I Pano, blue wa trout, sheephead { East River New York I
to sail from Pier 29 ,
j-oing to Spain. She saw him off and on i other fine fish being easily caught by trolling or are appointed ,
!1 DCt. Deer and wild turkey are plentiful in
--eading the description of the man who was > ith a
\st seen with Marie Aquetant, was horrified I I! the pine which woods lie west beyond of Lake the Worth.chain of Beautiful fresh water Every Wednesday: at 8 p. m. t
lakes co-I

:.) MB that GOING it described BACK her TO lover.PARIS. I coanut the lake groves and guavas are in bearing mangoes all padillos along the,shores alligator DELAWARE......................................._.._...................Wednesday,Sept. 2 tb f R RFROix

Mmo. Varlay beard from Prado afterward. I pears, sugar apples,Spanish limes. Jamaica apples, [
'fa wrote her to join him and go with him to tamarinds, coffee. goosberry trees maumee apples : : : FERN.A.N'DIN9DIRECT : t
almonds dates,
W. KIXGSLZT. COI BILU. G& maumee sapotas figs oranges.
\merica. After other escapades in Spain, : i limes, lemons,citron and all kinds of tropical fruitsi FOR NEW YORK. t
'"rndoeturned to Paris and robbed a jew- DELIA E. BLUXGS.The i and flowers are doing finely here. This it the most
< :er of 10,000 francs. It was for this act portraits here given of the two show pastern part of Florida. being 100 miles eat of the Steamers TUESDAY as follow : !
;iat! he was arrested. I Mrs. Billings to be a fairly good looking woman longitude of Jacksonville. This brings the Gulf are appointed to sail every ..

PRADO ON TRIM.Prado's I I alas;and yet her they husband have both not sunk a very about evil looking low part Stream oi the nearer coast to, and the Und thus here insures than the at most any other even t.[ GULF STREAM.......... .................................................Tuesday, SepL:beI
conduct at the trial surpassed the it as : temperature of any place in the United States. A attentioa .
lost sanguine expectations of his admirers, as humanity can get in this world. The victim large acreage is put in garden truck every winter, I I The freight ami passenger accommodations are unsurpassed. Every
I Lawyer Kingsley had from 15,000 to 20.000 bushels of early tomatoes be given business!! entrusted to this line. Elver-:
ad threPnuini's celebrated "premiere"JInp1etely a very pleasantface Tiers*,East;
jug grown every year, which bring from $1.50 to Direct all shipments from New York via Clrde's Florida Line
into tho shade. Professors in and was generally popular. $5.00) per bushel. Good hotels stores and post- For further iutonnation apply to. .Ae Dt.
i.TTchology:; all agree that in him is revealed, i oflices are convenient. Iota of all sizes and price J. \. STEAD, Agent .T. A. LES L1 E. U Pb-
I Jules Levy, the cornetist, has organized a secure d by the above firm who have almost all ofbehest Fernandina, Fla. 8S VT. liar St,Jacksnn'L AG .
addition murderous
to most monster .
a T-
i concert company for the coming season.. It t- land to cell. Parties buying now will, in r THEO.. EGER, Traffic Manager VTM. P. CLYDE A ; ? r,
ti specimen of that human prod- will be under management of Aaron Appleton a hort time more than double the purchase money 35 Broadway X.Y. 12 South Wharves, Yhiladelpbbti J JJgJJVigita. t
'i et so much discussed here of late, namely, and the artists tote range from $to 10 acres all fronting on Lake K. M, IROXMOXGEE. Jr.,General Traveling Agent for tit I
L'Hocirao a Femme.Phy&iQUj' ." I among engaged are Worth. Prices from $SOt $300 an acre. Anyon' Since last season VENTILATORS have been constructed on the Iron steamers
Stella Costa Braton and Wallace Mo-
Henry wishing further iat'crmation enclose stamp to the
of his features is
every ono re* Cr ery. I( above firm better transportation of Oranges and Vegetables.

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I lived opposite f white silk stockings fitted to the toes:: She
to house where Lilla resided 1
told the detectives that about 11 MARY'S J DAFT ONE. ;p does not like to appear in her bare feet, and

HOYLE 11JRDERII o'clock of a little before he saw a woman plain stockings would not be art; so she I

l 1 with a shawl over her head come across the wears digitated stockings and little white s. H. RAY
sandals under them. These
I she
street from Lilians house and disappear in tho It t stockings

-- darkness. An old German woman of the II I had made specially to order and each pair ,

name of Roche was also found who bad cost her 20. I
Dougherty Who Fell in Love i j
Will Shard y Be Again Before heard a scream some time after that. All I

with no success. The confession of Alice Hoylo that her .

The sister Alice was sharply questioned, statement incriminating Cowie and McQnaid

COWIE AND but she maintained that she knew nothing I MANY OTHERS ARE LIKE HIM. in the murder of her sister is false, leaves the

TRIAL OF 2TQUAID. about tbe affair, and that she ,did not even mystery as deep and dark as ever. The two TITUSVILLE, FLA.Oeo'I .

know that her sister was in trouble. Sho I l men have now been released, and there will

ne-I could name no oe* who was particularly in- Though Not Very Many Are So Badly be no trial.
of This Sensational Crime
tirscte with Lilla. The detectives and news- Affected as This Simple One Was-flow

hearw : that both lie Looks-Some Sage Reflections on I land
The direst Release and Uearrest of Alice and Dixon Cowie knew a not enough in particular.-Commerson.

great doal more than: they egjed to_tell about Falling in Love with Actresses. I
r. Co,.le. I'I
DIxon tho murder of Lilla, but try as they could In* these days a man-that is a dweller cf Gcd crested the cccu.e ::s itx-u as he L&4mads I

Few of tbe many mysterious murders I absolutely nothing could be gleaned from the town-who has attained the age of 40 i t.:e io .l-Vicio.-* i. :g J. Merchandise

:r wbicbliave taken place in Massachusetts of 'I them. and has not been wildly iu love with one, cr i

recent years have attracted so much attention At last tho detectives gave up the case as a tho r.i .itlc 11
more actresses, is a rarity. Oze.c. prirc: ccau: :a ccn i3

j or eiciteil ro much interest and speculation hopeless one, and it was dropped for a tim When faint suggestions of microscopicdown to Gi..::;" wc:::.;.1.-.!...:..'.'V:f;...:

as what is: known the "\\'ebster mystery It was evident that Kriiething; keepingAlice's : commence to appear on a youth's chin; ---. .- ---
murder of I illa mouth shut, and it was believed that STORE.
or the IIoyle. when he is at a loss what to do with his hands A '1"c: : ;

At tbe present time two men are in prison she was a par.y in some way to the tragedy and feet; when he outgrows a coat once a .11. .. :. : u:.

awaiting trial on the charge of having been Nothing more was heard of the mystery week, and his sleeves are always too short;

murderers, and they are to come for until May 4 of this year, when tho people of
her up when bis voice is a combination of preternatural Knew What He \Vas About.
trial in Worcester during the early part of the state were startled by the news of the
bass and yodling tenor; when he isI I
arrest of the uncle, Dixon Cowie in Meriden "Maria," said Snif kins, as he sat at the
next month. These men are Dixon P... Cowie, I hN<<1': 1'lOn by his sisters as a positive nai- I '
uncle of the murdered girl, and John B. Conn., where he had gone to work, on the breadfast table, "just glance at the weatherbureau's
tbe sai.i', ,. :A! by his younger brothers as the I propose to keep
charge of murder. This followed tho predictions for today in tbo newspapers
a medical student of well to : was
JIcQuaid young .
very < u: ::-1i vent of all that is heroic, grand
-do parcf'ts. who ii alleged to have been not next day by the arrest, in New York, of the and noble, when he is eternally hungry, never will your'"It

only the l III.CT of Lilla, but of her sister, young man, John L'. McQuaid, who was gets enough to eat, and eats enough to ration "says fair weather and lower temperature.

Alice II': yl '. 0:' whose recent confession .both charged with the same crime. Both stoutly a regiment; it is at this age, back upon A First-Class StookGROCERIES.
professed entire innocence, and there are "Fair weather and lower temperature! Ask
tt> J.
were arr which a man always looks with mingled feelings -
who believe that they are innocent the girl tc find me ambrella and a fanArkansaw ."-
Alice and Lilla Hoyle were orphan sisters I of amusement and tenderness that your
the little mill village of Webster Mass. A CONFESSION BY TUB SISTER I : Traveler.
in ingenuous youth experiences calf love for an
but lived in the same house with an uncle, The arrest of these men was brought about actress.It -OF-
Cowie. by ft confession of the sister, Alice. Just ORANGE BOX STRAPS.
Dixon is not violent nor fierce, nay, tbo boy
Lacking tbe moral training of a mother, what induced her to make a confession, in scarcely says a word. He considers himself te the Twisted Wire hex trap.

and beset with the temptations of youth, which she implicated herself, is not known. deeply injured by the universe in general; I FUR SALE BY

neither .If the girls were as well behaved as ThegirJisuotm"er. broods becomes morbid and surly; quiupla.in LITTLE 1JUOS.. Orlando, FU.
witted and she has 3 ; TAMPV: COMMERCIAL CO., Tampa, Fla.WM. .
they should have been, and it was through ball; enters: the yard by the back KLAPP, DfLana, }'tor. ,
misconduct of Lilla, \\'hoVas tho elder the l>est renu- r'1tt I I
tbe J! gate and the house by the back door; anxiously VTiUTK TO
that she came to her death! and was made tat ion in the world"for watches the glass for the wished for THE TWISTED: : WIRE BOX STKAP:: CMMPA.NY, .
tbe subject of one of the most intricate murder veracity. According 1t11. :? pallor of--i; countenance; combs his hair --Ill jiveuwicli SUretew York. ol - -- --- ,

mysteries that the Bay State detectiveswere to what 1t .;.)!r back straight; reads Byron, and wishes he

ever fallal i0f n to unravel has leaked out concerning o.1.. .5- were a corsair; roams aimlessly, sighs continually J. H. SHIREMAN, ,
Neither of the girl possessed more than a her confession >:t"l h
': hovers around the theatre door,
"''. 1 ; YOKK l'.\.
moderate amount of beauty, yet they received it appears :.w/V' .," ).. probably lacking undsto enter and rapturously DRY GQODS

a considerable share of masculine at that Lilla had been "i.I: ':I ft I tJ? gaze upon his idol; in short, is as greatan uizxiuiAL: : COMMISSION- AND rrucnvtixaAGENCY ,

tention. Still no one person was credited placed 1 in a corn ", '---z1'jJ;" t ass as he possibly could be. tor all kind of I'tiuts, raruiiiijj,
-' :)Iachmery, Ltc.
with more than ordinary intimacy with promising position .r ; { Why not A lot ot Oranges AVauted for t'uristma.Satl : ->.

either of them. by McQuaid, and ', l b" '- f" It hurts no one, and the boy may be the >Uctory lielert'IICCH or Se"-urit.gutii..
that she had made \ / NOTIONS
31 oadciice Wanted.3IALA1UK
TOE STORY: OF THE TUAGEDY. ; : better for the experience Correi> ,
------ ------ -- -- ----
The story of tho strange; tragedy; opens on every effort to com"j IT'S DIFFERENT WITH A GROWN MAN.

the night of Sept. 1 of a year ago. Lilla, pet( him to .. But when a man of 33 becomes so deeply CIGAR FACTORY.ZZ. .
I .. ,
who was employed as a waitress in tho saloon her without result.McQuaid smitten with an actress that ho will follow

of a Mrs. Taylor ou the first floor of was well DIXOY R. cowls. her over two continents C. Slarck, Proprietor.Manufacturer 311-ns' Liulies' V Children_

the house the sisters lived in, had gono to off in the world's for six .
rather bU folks imd Lilla v- of line Havana and Domestic -
goods or were,
her room and there changed her dress and and waste
years, a ;
thought that ho would bo the best one .,,"r. Cigars. Trade supplied with line
made preparations for retiring for the night.: IVHUI fortune in travel ..
Before pun:; to bed, however, she threw n whom to fasten the parentage of her urb<>rn ing without ever :} C' 2fiE' hand madegood Order: promptly lilled. SHOES.ErA

shawl ovr her head and went dowa stairsto ('hiJdI'Quahl would not listen to the cult! having spoken a .tZi;,:.$ Factory at 3I:tirib:tr, Fla. 28 .

go to an outhouse. Nothing more was jcct of marriage: and as Lilla threatened to word to the object ... .

known of her: by the )people of Webster until expose him he concocted a scheme to get rid of his affections, ,:[ S F. GRAY.

afterward when her of Lilla'sincubus without her consent. To : ; : .
some twe.ity days bodywas and finally lands ,.",, -
this end he called Dixon Cowie for ...
found in a partially decomi od condition nMHI] assistance himself in jail 011.;

tightly pusher: under the edge: of an old which was granted for a monetary account of his per- / ., Watch Maker and Jeweller.

roof ol '. +' rn crib in an open field along tho consideration. According to Alice's confession sistenco in tryingto .f I.
->Iu>]>at John: Dixou's u ; Store filial ille, Tla
.- : '>.i road that led to the Lilla was given liquor in Cowie's room obtain an inter / :
? .., '., ) village of O fol"d. It nnd then overcome with chloroform. This view with her, the r' ,\ ALL WOKK WAUKANfKl; ,
.. ,
however is not borne out the evidence
: evident that by ------ -- --- ---
was: moro matter grows ,
r J than one i rson had secured previous to the confession. After rather more inter j M DOCOHEUTY. 1ST AUM AX'S
Lilla had made unconscious she
assisted in the secretion neon was
+ esting, and the only inference to be drawn is

rL jf the remains, as ,It. ." taken out of tie! h-Mi-eand placed in a wagon that the man must have been either insane or NEWSPAPER SUBSCRIPTION AGENCY
t which had in distance
McQuaid waiting some
'( t. was so tightly wedgedin singularly unfortunate, or both.
from tho house. Alice had been CLOTHIN
that it was found induced hold thcloth saturated Ho is probably both. THC pioxKua; ACKXCY.For ; :>: .
The name of the man is James M.
with the chloroform her sister's' j
to Dougherty: and the name of the actress he terms and sample copies address ,
V"w nostrils and also took a position I
has been is Anderson.
in tho team, which was driven along tho Oxford I following Mary CIIAS.. :X.A U)lAX,
Dougherty is from Salem, N. Y., and he
road. During tho journey, accordingto
that six he had an independent Haulover I*. O. Urevard Fla.
says years ago county,
Lilla I
./ tho confession, recovered consciousness -
fortune, nil of which he spent in chasing --- (Jent's Furnishing i (foods,
and si-reamed. This was tho outcry --------- -- -

IJM.A UOYLE which tho German woman claims she heard.It Miss the Anderson that overEurope Miss Anderson and America.On ..:\.. J.J. Hatch & Son,
night reappearedin
tiecrsary to ... \vsevtral was the intention to take Lilla to tho :
this country at Palmer's theatre in New DEALERS: IX
of the timbers house of a Mrs. Whitney, where an operationwas
York Dougherty was arrested by Inspector -
of the roof in/l. to IKJ performed, but when sho screamed
Byrnes while standing in front of the
order rofree the the two men seized her by the throat and DRY GOODS NOTIONS
theatre and revolver
a huge bulldog was
body Tho body choked her until death ensued. Upon finding ,
found in his had
pocket. Inspector Byrnes GLASSWARE
was found lying &\P' that Lilla was d 'at!, the men accused
been notified by Miss Anderson's father thata ,
face down with a ALICE HOYLE. Alice of having killed her by an overdoseof strange man, who had been frequently observed Hardware, Crockery, Saddlery,
piece of cloth be- chloroform, and that! was why she had refused Family Medi-
by them at the theatres of Europe Stationery, I
iiath the face, which had: evidently been to tell what she knew about the case.
had returned on the same vessel with them, cines Garden Se&Js
stuif: I in the mouth. Tho hands were tied The men then stowed the body under tho HARDWARE
and had effusively presented a bouquet to
the crib where it found. It should be
toother in a positio.i across corn was
I Miss Anderson when they landed Whether GROCERIES
breast, Lull the legs were fastened together stated that the main parts of Alice's confession CHOICE ,
or not ho intended to shoot Miss Anderson at
with a small! piece of rope. The clothing are not substantiated by the evidence
th theatre is mooted but he him
a question,
was decently composed, and about the head secured prior to the time it was made, and self' that he did not. Hay, Corn, Mapes Fertilizers. AND

was the shawl which she had worn when she that the impression is gradually strengthening says
left her noai. There was a great hue and : that the girl has not told tho truth, and I ,

cry over the discovery of the remains of the that tho men cannot bo convicted upon it. MRS. CHANLER'S FOOTWEAR.

raurilcn.d girl. Thu autopsy revealed tho In fact, it is believed by those who know the INDIAN RIVER ART GALLERY Goods.

fact that in about two months Lilla would most about the case that the murder is as She lias Her Shoes and Stockings Made Ship Chandlery

have become a mother >:ul also that no operation great a mystery as ever. Both men cki u
with Toes, as Gloves Have Fingers.
had been a:.' od upon her and very good alibis.

that i.ho! bid not c....: :u her death from Mrs. Amelie Rives-Chanler, high priestessof

drugs taken into the Hindi. Old Time Scotch Horrors. eroticism, grand moguless of the uncon- I'ICKENS TTRXKK ,
ventiouals and past mistress in the doubtfulart
Tho face and throat were badly decomposed In tho reign of James I. of Scotland there
of feverish word painting, after havingat Photographer
t>o that it oonld not bo determined born in East Lothia few miles ,
was a village a
whether be choked death not. one bound sprung to the top-host pinnacle These will be the main features of my
had been to or
from Edinburgh, Sawney Beaus, the sou of Views on Eat Coast and Indian River
of fame through that burning novel, "The
The analyst) \. examined the contents of
the stomach !ively stated that the causo poor but hard working people. Evincingfrom Quick or the Dead and the drama "Herod Specialty.. business, but orders ent me for anything .
po hatred of all labor ami displaying .
boyhood a
on1Authorizrd PHOTOGRAPH
Has the I
J of d above the stom and Mariamne, has just sprung a new thingon
iuth mu- t lw looked for
every kind of vicious quality, tn at an )PRESIDENT CLEVELAND PARTYthat kept in store in Titus-
the breathless public. i OF AND any
ach. and
Detectives set to several -
abandoned his homo iud 1 tl.-1! I to
early ago;
Digitated shoes 1 has been made during their
of the brightest; newspaper: men of Boston Gallon Ho l tit ever ville will l filled.))
ay. was accompanied >) .1 e promptly
and Worcesterviit to work to unravel That is, shoes with toes. travels. Orders by mail receive prompt .
for crimes in tim:
1 the companion ; ooti They are made of kid They come up to attention. 49-Cmo.)
of a young; woman, a native ol the I
the knees, and are fastened on the inside by
1 COV/IE ARRESTED Thu homo of this in
same village. |pair was

The first one towards: whom the finger of a cave of about a mile in length: ami of Considerable small arched buttons.little feet Mrs., and Chanler when she has describes beautifully the GRAND VIEW HOTEL

suspicion pointed was the uncle, Dixon
breadth, the mouth of which was feet of the impulsive Barbara in her book
Cowia He stated that he came home on the ,
to washed by time sea, the lido sometimes I eue- she was thinking: no doubt, of her own.

night WiJO ot'lockin of the disappearance ornpanywithayoung of Lilla fellow about trating the cave a distance of -00 yards. The Curious things, too, those digitated shoes. TITUSVILLE, FLA. Will bay Fruits, Eggs, Chickens,
under of
victims were waylaid cover night They are apt to startle you when you see
named Eddie Grimley, whose occupation was on their way from country fairs, or, in the them peeping from the lower flounce of a -

that of u peanut vender. His wife was absent case of isolated travelers across the country, soft well fitting morning Mrs. Cbanler : Produce
located Hotel in Or
at tho time, and he had secured Grimier attacked in daylight. The same gown. The most centrally City any Country my customersor
to were openly thinks it heathenish to crowd the toes all to-
deep With him that night. He saw Lilla soul sickening mutilation was inflicted in friends bringto
on the back steps and said to htr, "Is that may
each ('aloe. the abdomen was cut open and .
your or something like that. lIe went to the entrails dragged: out and the body carriedto .aG NEW HOUSE. FIRST-CLASS IN market.

the back door to get his evening paper, and the cave. To prevent detection they murdered EVERY PE: PECT.

then went iuto the house and up to his room.
traveler robed and for
every they .
round. Table Unurpaed. .
;';, There he read and smoked for a while, and years they continued their horrible calling. d Open all the year
.', then went to bed with Grimley. lie did not In this manner, the chronic! r tells us, they Bath Rooms Free. .
>: see Ltlla a-am: until her dead body was
found. lived until they had eigut. sues and six Rates, $2.:10 & $3.OO per Hay. I ask for a share of the public patron*
daughters, eighteen; grandsons and fourteen
., Try es hard as they could, the detectives I granddaughters the offspring; of incest SPECIAL RATES PER WEEK.
COUld age, and come as a supplicant, not a
not Listen guilt upon the uncle, and I .
After a long career of murder the J. A. MILIEU Proprietor.
later ,
on he tt as allowed to remove from the .
gang were captured by King James, who, ----- --- di tator,\aking for your favors

roused to action by the long immunity of the State (f Florida, County of IJreranl. In

--- criminals from detection, headed a body of Justice Court. If courteous treatment,good.
-- and succeeded with bloodhounds in !
1 troops
t unearthing from tho cave tile whole vile To J. E. BENNETT. goodsand low figures is .
TOE RIVES-CHANLER'S FOOTGEAR. You notified that writ of
are hereby a
tribe, to whom was meted out a death agreeable
with the life they had led. The men, gether in tight shoes. Why should we crowdour attachment has been i issued against 3011 the candidate for "
lrn: toes all together and let our fingers attached the
says the historian, had their entrails thrown go and your property to satisfy
free she asks.Ingenious! llall. public favor
demand of P. J. amounting 810. ,
into the fire their hands and legs were s:v- i

ered (roar t.eir bodies, and they were permitted I Amelie Now unless you shall appear before the I
,. -: She has several of these shoes. then I'm
Theyare Atkinson
.. pairs Hon H. F. Justice of the
'. tu bleed to death. Tbo mother of the "',
,v in different colors. They are lined with Peace in and for said county at his orticu I
: whole crew, the daughters and grandchildren I elected.Yours .
satin throughout, except in the toes and over at Titusvilleou the3d d.of January A. ,
''' after bo.uj: spectators cf the death of F

.' the men, were..;.:-:t into three eparate fires I the instep. They are made of tbe same kid 1) 1889, at ten oclock in the forenoon or
which is used for gloves, and cost about $20 judgment will be rendered against you anxious
WUElU and cuusumttl to ashes.-Pall Mull Gazette. to please, .
toxin TUB BODY WAS FOCXD. a pair. and your property sold to pay the debt.

be without molestation. Nothing could Mary Anderson is the only othet known Dated this 1st 'lay of November, A. D.

he gotten out of the boy Grimley save that O woman! is: is thou that causest the ten woman who has put her toes in fingers. 1SSS. P. J. ]1+11.1. Plaintiff.D. .

tad slept with Cowie on the night that I jvsts that agitate: mankind.. J. Rousseau. When she p.lavs Galatea she wears a pdir of L. GAULDEN, })laintitl '8 Attorney s. :8:. av..
I lUl; tad disappeared A Dr. Brown who .

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i 1 ;

I about rumaging the desk, drapers, Wii Sector: Brown Resign? I He: :s Compelled to Marry.Axx

THE FLORIDA STAR. j OFFICIAL RETURNS.They I. etc., and finding a revolver made off

I II with it. Young Kadetsky took it home :ATLANTA, Dec. 13.-The news from ARBOR, Mich.. Dec. 14.-In
PUBLISHED EVERY TJIUKSPAY. I and left it there. Then they started JaIl
Foot Up Eleven Million Votes back to. complete operations: : and on I Washington that Senator Joe Brown will last, Luther James who hii been an invalid a

ELLIS WAGER Editor and Pabllsler and How They Were Cast. Ij I their way enlisted: the other o: the trio. shortly resign his seat on account of ill! for years, died :at Waukeshe, and 1
j Entrance was again made and an attack I I
$1.5O per Annum. 1, made upon the safe with a hammer. health, has created a sensation in this left an E'statevalud at $>OO, /)H or mere, i

CHICAGO. Dec. 12 -In the following: They knocked off the handle split the I which was disposed of by a will which, 1

Entered at the Post Office at Titusvillea table oi'c! al! return*", of the vote /crpresidential combinatio.l with a chisel and made an city.The when read, was a surprise to all parties: 1I
Sccnd-Clas8Jlafler. attempt to break off the lunges, doing local papers, however, sedulously! : concerned. After leaving

-- : : elector.* are given for most their work with all the coolness of old avoid al: discussion of the subject. The to legacies I
--------- amounting 110.000 to about
-- -- the It shows that since 16S-5 : hous3: breakers. Unsuccessful in this, twenty
TilE STAR is the OFFICIAL newspaperfor of -Iate:) they went about cleaning the office out news appears to be well founded from a of his relative: Mr. James bequeathed:

Brevanl county. the republican; \ote ha? increasrd oy ; of what they could lay their; little handson. rumored private letter to a gentleman I the residue cf his estate to James I.. Bab- i t

: ." in the states, the They f cured two dollar worth of cock.
Largest circulation 354,5? !
I'he Star has the. : postal nods and $i of postage stamps, who is :nterested in the senator's leased
of Fla.Christmas. .
of any paper on the East coast democratic by ti: .:;':)9. and the prohibition doing them all up in a paper and tying the Western and Atlantic jailroad, and But to him this wa left: on certain

vote b. 93,333. while the union labor : them together with a long gold chain. ;, conditions, the main one Vein; th-.t he l
All of them were arrested. which has leaked: out in some way. It should be married within five \ears from

party: gave 30.14.1 less for Streeterthan I that the public announcement ol time :
For the Star : The states the the will was frcb tt".1.: This
Birmingham Tragedy.
This is the merry Christmas day the greenback party did for Butlerin his resignation may be looked 'or at tr.e I provision: was peculiar Mr. James. 1

The happiest of all the year, 1SS4. rte loss on the con"inltlla'Qr BIRMINGHAM, Dec. 12.-There is absolutely latter end: of he month. The pita for although fD( years of age, had always

For on this day in Bethlehem vote will; -cmewhat lower than 30.444 this action is sickness and iacJly declining -i Jived a life cf single blessedness.

Was born mir Saviour dear. when ail tlu returns of the united abor i no truth in the report which h alth. I This provision of the will was fens 1J J

His life, 80 pure, will teach us ever party for Cow drey are made. The total I stated Hawe had made a confession. A reporter asked several preeminent: : broadcast over the country through; the ,

That manhood is better than gold, vote of the four leading parties was *(I.- I He says he has made no confession, and men what they thought of the rumor, medium of the press and since that tim .

And that it is little, not great mold.deeds 9Jt\4'; !, against 1i,9S5,26; in 154, an increase still doggtuly:: maintain3 his innocence. ', and of nine interviewed six; were un I Mr. Babcock has been basin; an experience
That do our characters charitable: enough to ascribe the senator's
of !9u ;;:;.
The terrible mystery, notwithstanding resolution to resign. should it prove true with marriageable ladies: of all ages,
it reveals to 113 '
And To (command, must first obey, .f ...: d :g o.: Ii the carnival cf blood: and death that to other motives than advancing year their parents guardians relatives ani
r : L :!- tj and bad health. One gentleman stated friends which while it proved pleasant
And to attain the true greatnessWe T. ..: ySTATE4 :. Birmingham has gone through with, ia That Senator Brown had certain Interest
walk in the narrow :: pastime at rirst.has now be'omeaourjc
way. .
must ... ;- .:: of a pecuniary nature dealing with raih :
.: v I unhappily unsolved. The two ne- of burden and
But His death is a far greater lesson, U L. yet and crossties, which were in danger in annoyance tveryooiy
---- -=- -- and Jeff Brown, absence. He furthermore has seemed to bi anxious to av>a-: him
AYalker Martic his
it He saved our livesAnd grce, prolonged
And through ....... 5 117.310 533. :
Alabama. "" in the election! of a wife =o that he will
of how lIe performed this wonderful. Arkan"l11; ....... M.752 85.962: tJHI10.1n-! runs stated that the present Georgia legislature :
till ia ajJ. The
1 are ; niyiteriDus not tcrfet the large legacy. Eer mail
act Caniiornia....... 1:4.J9117":. 1 ,1Colorado--------- .... : was accused of being retrogressiveand >
i O.So6i 3..M: -1Ollt'C3. examined; this in its attitude towarJ since the matter became public has
should often revive. has teen mere closely unpopular
To our minds we ...1.5S11' -I.2H ...... I brought him from one to dozen letter,
Dela\\ar ... .... 1..973; "OI 4V9;.... discovered in certain unnamed parties ani corporations i
We oft should. recall that rough wooden l'lun..a. .... ... ., .6 6;;i.f 39..( .\131.; ... .. tnomngml: blood spots but that it would appear from the the principal topic: of which was bis

cross, Georra.... ... .. 40..U3 1V0.472; i 1.5i ISe the bottom.: expressed sentiments of the Georgia I. marriage.

Our Lord war nailed upon, Itlinok310.636 Jml.bn\...... ... :63.( ;tl :343.5911;;!CLOI'3' 2i 9.t 5ia 11Jo.'a. i6 fo.-Ij J There is little! doubt now in the mindsof press that the legislature was not taking I state Letters in the have union.come Massachusetts from nearly every dew
And the agonies that he endured ...... .... :'ll..'J 1 1-9.5- 3.SV\ !+..J. unwarranted action in the matter but ,
From that torturing crown of thorns. Km5ac........ li'\6Q2 102,541 1 11526.3J': : : the officials that this trunk was used] was fully backed up by their ccnstitu York Wisconsin, Illinois, Alabama and
Kentl'ck .... .. 1.1:3-1: 5:2i t'J :Missouri furnishing the largest propor-
For three long hours lIe suffered there I..ouis\na. .... ... :O.1M[ 84,911 I .... ... to carry off the body of little Irene, but ents.Your fur ,
Yai: .. .... .. t31: 5O.1: :. 1,341tear'and correspondent's informant tion.One
And did that cross adorn, ) ... .. 99.951 16.105(, .. 133...... .... it has not been discovered. The, ther stated that while the present fit of the letters comes from Way- J
Ah is it strange the heavens turned black 'lag' -r.u l'tlL. IS'U; 151.99<)! .... .... yet of "holiness"and "puritanism" maintained crossGa.and declares the writer to havea
Upon that frightful morn ? tf 1ichir I n.... 2'm6.3):13,404:! : 'O-ll' draining of the lake at Lakview pro bodies delicate complexion anJ auburn hair.
its hold legislative
5line.ota.! .. ... 1:6.359 99,664 ISOOV ...... upon'the
\tlastcameresl 1\11 :is" Ippl:.. ...1 .3OOX f.6.4.1 213Dliouri. :?'J gees .es slowly! although since the dis no interest was safe and that certain Another from Angus Ga.. asserts
... .. ... J62j; :, 2t1.551 4.5-10 13.563 J leases of malefactors and divers other that the fair scribe loves the !gentlemanin
The Spirit left the clay, 1\ebra. :a. 109,45 8O.S:: 5,12 4.2": i co\"eryof the trunk over on the mountain not to be I question were ho without a sou in
hand ....... things of a mining nature were
To sit His Father's i.(1M 5.H -II. "
And upon there to reign alwa o. \e..a.la..1 4:).'::!' 43,555)1 1592! 1'I it is not thought that the Icdy will:; overlooked by so long-headed a gentleman I the wide world" because it is "all so
!\ 1-1-1.3-1-1 151.49JI .9J4..... .. as the senator Hence the determination romantic. Several of the letters are
I New York 6.O.33S; 6:35,961: : :::0,231 G:'j be found in the lake. unrernunerativehalls from ladies of Nashville Tenn.,
still his good works never cease, to the I young
But !\ortbC.lrcliua. 13l.;S4 U7.00 .. .. ... .... I quit who claim to have him in that city, i
He ever lights our way! Ohio........... 416.0:1-1 Slf.45'!/ ') 24.3.)6 :!A9)I"t" Th -oTdiers are all here. of congress with the consciousness seen
That we shun all evil ( gon .... ,... it2.1'3: 26.52.J 1.1);; X03Penn. that he had served his country wisely! or to have an intimate friend who is i an "':
And ne'er from Virtue stray. ."ylrania. .. 526,091 4-16ti'1:1: 2091: 3,51: I The governor has issued r.o crJers, and well-ani let other good Georgianshave i acquaintance of his. Some of the epistles 1
Rhode Island .. 1.960 1.21!:! .... ... written delicate in a fine
...... .. .... r.o.that the a chance. I are on paper
bTennessee 2.j.
South Carolina. 11.ioo tij. and :it i. hardly! probable
friends with such a guide ,... .. .. hand that would denote ih' writer to be \
My ...... 139.f.8? 158..Si. 5JGf: The topic now turns upon who theseor -
How can we falter ever, Texas.. ........ 8-1,280 ZU.8G1; .a't, 2,13)Vermont. murderer-Hawes or his accomplice- rather this coming man will be. I a lady of standing and intelligence. ,
hand in hand we'll join the band ... ..... 4.11: 16.. Sl 1 1591... ..... Others are written on paper which u not i
But ... .... Several members of the legislaturewere
Virginia! ... .... 150,4151.9!?: 1.tiEI. will be it-moved.
That lives in the great forever.NETTIE LVest Virginia. .. 58.491 :9 330lVi.cvnsia .. seen and while declining to lend rosetinted or scented, and the writing U !
MAY GIFFOKD. .1i6,553. 155,282 I, I .: .1' 8.55. :: Sheriff Smith has given $55,000 bond, the prestige of their names, expressedno almost impossible to decipher: but these
---'- :: are couched in language: which while I
Total ..... .... 5"3.6' :".:'>-"J.I--o 14:3.1 and the governor is going: to reinstate hesitation in declaring that in their business-like and
the run- Plurality...... .. ... ... 9.6yo( )1,.. .. .OS4I I...... opinicn, John B. Gordon is the best man not so delicate, is more
-An ordinance preventing him.: in his position! and will order him for the place. comes nearer to the point in question

ning at large of stock within the Incorporation General Gordon however, is filling the without beating about the bush.
and Killed. of the
Waylaid and Col. Jones to take charge: jailA in modest
The letters begin a
will be acted upon at the next office of governor and has just entered I generally
-- 11 i is quiet.BlrMtxoHA3r. on a new term in that capacity. That in way by asking himself for information
regular meeting of Council, which occurs LOUISVILLE, Ky., Dec. 11?. James the opinicn of many will be no obstruction in regard to the city the university, the

on Thursday the 27th hist. A free expression Demumbrum, a farmer, of MetcaU county Dec. 12, 9:1-1 a. m.- in his path should he prefer the senate banks chances for business and almost
But before
of the sentiment of our citizenson was waylaid and killed by Lach The intense excitement here is abating : but the governor it is said, wouldbe I every closing conceivable the writers subject.always get down to
will of his
sacrifice the
loth good
this subject i is desired. The owners 'Ynl mp and his eightet-n-ytar-old son, slowly, but the trunk mystery has not constituents by accepting any other !I the all-important subject which is so

of horses and cattle will, of course, oppose Tom. Demumbrum and his levy n-year- )et been cleared up. As regard to the place until the expiration of dear to their feminine hearts. t

be old boy started to town to makepur- in it his term imply because of that Some of the writers send photographsof 1.
the ordinance, and as they may cc-ntents of were racers present
themselves, or of some one while
but half GoGordon' watchword ia
chast-s. Thy proceeded a place.
present to urge their objections would it mile; from home when they met aikup in 1Ir.own handwriting. They were "Dltand he would rather that fame otherse pen pictures of themselves.

not be as well for those of our residents r.n I his son going in an opposite tHree- mileage tickets of the Georgia Pacific' should wait on that. I All styles of beauty are desi-ribed: all

who have been so loud in making their tion. Lena mnbrum attempted to pas* and the duplicates: were found in the :Nextthen and a close next, comes; the colors of hair eyes and complexions;

the discomfortand 'the twlllen., but old AValkup steppedin railroad! ctlice. There, in the trunk, brilliant Grady whose thanksgiving''I but on one point they are all the same modest
complaints in regard to flOut of him. At this time the latter speech at Augusta has opened the eyes the.ar a 1 handsome. One

injury resulting from stock depredations bad his right hand at his bark and with were some articles of clothing belongingto of some men who watched his career young muic teacher of 1CaukeshaWis..

to be present and urge the necessity the words Might here :you die,'' pulleda )lr,1;. Hawes. Besides the papers and since childhood. An editor who is in I after describing; her particular that\ oints her of

revolver and lireJ point blanK int.. hhvictim's clothing were blood stains in the trunk. Atlanta said yesterday that after read- beauty, closes by remarking
of the ordinance being passed. It is friends "that she bears a striking
: stomaca. Demumbrum was The negroes who were arrested have not ing that speech carefully no man could say
of fathers" to learn from the shock but recovered of Mealist. lithe resemblance to Mrs. President
the desire our "city staggered: been the officers have closed the accuse Grady being an II' "
with his murderer. seen, as believed he would stand by land.
the sentiment in the matter ando stiuiciently to grapple people
public jail doors ngaiust every one to-day. would be i All of the correspondents are in a
And being: a very pots ern11 man. a those sentiments he triumphantly -
act as to truly represent the popular hand-to-hand struggle commenced, and About the trunk there is but one opinion elected tc the senate the moment a hurry to have him answer and I make a
: I choice, a* they are afraid that they mali
pulse. young Walkup, seeing that his father the o3icial3 and people of vacancy occurred. Besides this. Grady
cmong i i if hr hesitates -
.. would le imprisoned, advanced toward 'has re;.l'ntcd of his protectionist theory miss some golden opportunity
It is the universal
Demumbrum. and while at Birmingham. opinion by declaring that he didn't oppose; the too Jong.
TITUSVILLE, FLA., Dec. 1C 1888. the latter's back carried a hatchet that the baby girl and the bloody cloth- famous platform of 18 '4 because of its Mr. Babcock sacs .that hew highly

Editor Fla. Star : and with the blunt end of it structhim ing were put in the trunk and carried to unsounlness but because he thought the (leased at the comp:: :t ent the lallie fay

DKAH SIR-Please contradict the a number of blows, ci asking the the mountains. There the body was minds of the people unripe for such re him doomed, when live so main life of young:bai-helorhooJ.m'n are
skull and him senseless. The form. That in the above gentleman'sestimation
item of last week's"STAR" about the little son of Demumbrum, when he lealized buried and the bloody clothing burned.. disposes of the chief objection He does not feel that were he i legally

"steamer Cleo"running into and sinking that his parent was hurt, pulledout But there are some who still think that to Grady for the senate. entitled to marry all of his fair corre

; the ''Emily: S." loin;;! no damage to his knife and went to his ass stance. Irene's body will be found in the lake Others prominently mentioned are A. spondents it would b! morally. ; lt for

said "sloop, doing: all to t'amcrS I had Grasping "Walkup's arm with his left when the water is exhausted. The lakeis O. Ba on. who ran against Gordon in him to do so, and o.icr* to diode up 1

charge of said steamer at that time. hand he plunged the knife into his still being drained. ls'(;. Congressman Blount. Speaker Du- wtih any young man who i-* open to> !

Yours truly, CAPTAIN. severingti'alkup's windpipe. The knife'tas BIRMINGHAM, Dec. 13.-It is just one others. Mr. Babcock carefully files away
dull which fact probablys Th columns of the Constitution aresad of his letters on thisubject: and when
a one.
For the benefit of the Captain we reprint 1 .t"1 the old mans life. Old man week yesterday morning since Hawes : to be open for communication: he gets time from his business: cares he

the local as it. appeared in last "NYjtikup here ram to his son's aid, and went to Columbus, to marry Miss MaryS. from the mysterious "Frien I of Henry takes each up in the order re -rived and
$ lie will see that we stated the, V who such ; carefully reads it, investigating; ia all
TAlt the t\\o men took the knife away from ha wentto Grady played a conspicuous
damage to each boat and that he hat; the lad and throw him down an embankment Story Wednesday morning rant in the late election of Senator the points: from the letter the writer

perhaps read too hurriedly. It is as follows twenty-five feet in heigut. a barber shop in Columbus to get a Colquitt. and jots his tin: lings down in a book
which he has opened for that purpose.
After the child had been disposed of
: bath and change his underclothing. lIe giving each a number by which she i*
the two murderers again turned their p
While the steam-tug Cleo: was landing Coal Oil and Water. I known to him from that tim" onward.
who left in the bundle of soiled -
attention: to the elder Demumbrum. shop a
at Messrs. Oliver & Co.'s fish home He relllintendi to marry before the
evening she collided with was showing some signs of life and saying he would call or send for the will elapses, but
1 last< Thursday again commenced beating him over WABASH, Ind., Dec. 15 -The citizens time mentioned in

the sloop Emily: S., owned by Messrs. tha head witu the pistol ;and hatchet, it later. He evidently forgot all aboutit Warsaw are greatly exercised over has now c :rne to the conclusion that as tochoose >
Hamilton & Co. with some damage to he already has so many fro.n whom!
and in a short time completed their in the excitement of preparing for his
the impurity of the city's water supply. he will slow and make no mistakes -
of the sloop and
the bow and bowsprit work and left the victim dead.Lemumbrvim's go
bloody marriage with Miss Story, at o'clock. water is taken from beautiful bodyof has four and nine
also to the railing) of the tug. Thmvzh: boy tied and to'.d: of hisfather's The a as he yet rears
the Emily was sunk during: the night, murder. A number of neigh- To-day the bundle of clothes was water known as Center lake, which months in which to make astUrtion,
the proceeded down the river, same as lox collected and started for the scene opened and stains of blood were foundon adjoins the town but the water has been: and altogether some time maw elapse thatit -
crude oil which he feels
fearfully polluted by he takes the fatal step
J usual fur a load of fish and oysters next of the tra eth. They found Demuuibn.rn all of them. The character of these the water company recently introduced may at least be some one of his many

morning. s head beaten into an unrecognizable blood stains indicated that the blool had as fuel at the pumping station. fair correspondents who will be chosen
and his lifelesw. The
.. mass body : re-
home. Oiticeis soaked through the man's outer gar- Eviry drop of water drawn from the
Miss Fecunia Pence, of Wabash, Ind., mai'is were were with
mains thoroughly impregnated
sent to the home of the Walkups, where ments, staining the underwear. is Used Their Revolver
warred worthless John Galvin, only to the petroleum, which is so offensive thatit
they found the ton. but the old man had Coroner Babitt will have the bundleof ".
iind that she had an hnpecunkusexPence cannot be used. The tank in which

by the transaction. John went escaped. Young Walkup was the fearfully time be clothing shipped to this city at once, the oil is stored recently sprung a leak, SAX BERXAXDIXO, Cal., Dec. 13.: 1 o
and could not
wounded at
away, and sent word that he was dead. ed. Yesterday the elder Walkup and it will be placed in a safe place along and the fluid found its way into the : strangers from Arizona entered San Ber-
She married again, and last wt ek wasobh.eo remo lake and the water has been
impr'gnatf.'t1 morn-
blood-stained evidences of National Bank yesterday
wen. to Edmonton and cave up. with the other nandino
divorce and another
l for
< to pay a l even as far down as the Tippeca check
He committed without bail to await of them presented a
the ofNo. was Hawe's guilt. ing. On?
wedding all
ceremony appearance no tiver. It is feared that of thefi
1, smiling and healthy as ever. the result of the examining: trial. The situation to-day is hopeful. The h in the lake have been destroyed.: It and asked that it be cashed. Mr. E.

the Times-Parnell in London, Le us! rabrum and the alkups were ili le irnpossibli to the water Morse, the cashier, told him he would
In case neighboring farmers. About month troops have gone home,and it is thought \\ purify words followed
presiding Justice Hannan said that he iu:-.i+le of: three months and the use IfJn have to be identified. Some
fom? of the hogs belonging to 1Val {up they will not be needed again. drew a revolver -
4 o. hi only view the future with alarm tht.ut water will Dave to be abandoned when the stranger
into L field< se'er it work the tody-
the court had been engaged many days, got The coroner's jury completed its for the winter. The city council will and shot Morse through
time. whe.i the latter killed one of two
but hid nt yet arrived at the end"of to-day. The following are the verdictsin be 5 etitioned: at once to have the nuisance the latter returned the fire, and put
them. For the men were on the seven
years or
;:ny one branch of the inquiry. Only friend ist terms. and frequent partnersin the two cases: abated], as soon m:s TK sible. bullets into hs Th3 stran N.
tired in all.
branches have been entered --- ---- --- hots were
wo upon a numbei of business trans cturns.: "We, the jury, after an inspection of and lodged in iaiL it 13
md several branches of equal imj ort- On Her Muscle.
ntH K. bank
remained untouched. He must -------- the body of the deceased, .1} believed that the men entered the
ance Three Baby Burglars. Howe:her husband, guilty. We also of robbeay. Cashier
gain make an earnest appeal: to com-el further find Fannie Bryant and Albert MANCHESTER, N. H., Dec. !'!. Thos. with th : design hour after the shoot-
the in- Morse died half an
do utmost to
(0 uiry and to avoid w:1sting'the compress years of BOSTON, Mass., Dec. 13.: -Isaac Kadet- Patterson accessories to the crime. J. I .' Donnell a lawyer end clain cg.n1::, ing. Th- man who did tw shooting

the life of tho-e engagel in the cas
A dispatch of yesterday from St. Louis Eddb Eog..sch, aged G, three youngsters BIRMINGHAM. Dec. U.-The cuy; is 31 !<> j a;g.e f.amhlin. a beautiful to talk. Oaks was is believed shot m they are

Lays: hey Ira B. Hicks, of this city, who who cannot talk without lisping, quiet cnce more, and no new developments blcn-'le. .-icl.-y e7 n.n; th? young wow ear and back, but it

has achieved considerable fame as a much less read and write were arrested i have been made. The militaryare : n fil: r -1 O'lV-rneH's o f'ce. sma?h- not serious. -- -

: weather prophet predicts that there while trying to force open the safe of gone, and only a few deputies remainto ed the t rnit'''re ilashe! t a large lamp on Guests Drlvsn Out by Fire.

will be severe storms an.! the coldest Geo. W. nail, desk manufacturer on the jail. the ior. wrecked the tyj; e.vri er and

weather of the reason with n forty-eight Sudbury street. Little Kadetsky and guard threw i\ fuspidoru at the malls head. I v frt)

hours and that the period: of the regularannual ; Boogusch gained an entrance into Mr. I 3terda\ the executive commute \\-hilt' the make was at its hight O'Don- | GAINESVILLE. Texas, Dec. 3-a w-

winter solsti tot< rUB betweenthe Ha'l'j office br creeping under the gate the Western Union Telegraph company; nell wife a >", eared: on the 5'Ce1Yith I originating in the t lob- Hotel at

Kith and S:!.tl1 instants will extend which opened into the street and then recommeuded the directors to declare a a wild Krrea n Miss Hamblin rushed at destroyed that structure and thre-: 1'!"*

the time of the disturl an -e. He also getting into tee otlice through the o.tice dividend. 1 1-2 per cent for the current her. l.utqn in ercepted by the husband. business houses l uS

looks for a stun of except mal intenit door, which hid ben carelessly left'un quarter This is the same as for the pn- Mss llaruM n thumped his held, then joining I3\a50. Many of the whet of

-a bii s-a d, verbal-<'n \1.e :tl and. locked. These two infants immediatelyset vious quarter. lainte! t. > he was at rest d. hotel were rescued frou the third torj

; (ii of n.nrI. : ._' clothes.
II.iJ. .': .. ., .':, ...;<..0. i.f-. ... 7 windows in their night .

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OF THE WORLD. commence legal proceedings at Philadelphia XOTICE. NOTICE.
'j }lSW5 against the ,Knights of Labor I HAVE ADDED TO MY STOCK
through its officers, for defamation of I am prepared with full set of tools Li Circuit Court for flle &renth Judicial
t \fbite Ca raE ted ncticesat character and alleged blackmail. for sinking artesian wells. With my
"e Circuit Florida Dale
of County,
I a suburb George Hucker, a German socialist, small set, have sunk four wells 155 to -
GIfZl rates from Chicago to the Pacific attacked::: James Bruce, at indianapohs, 200 feet deep, obtaining flows of from I In Chancery. ...
>**J intoSaeinctted effect January because the latter 80,000 to 86,000 gallons day from OF _
.1 ed to go was opposed to socialistic per EZRA A. 05 OCX. 1
,reEJr- ideas. Hucker used a knife and two inch pipes. Have also a large set, I IDry Bill for PartitionELXATHAXT.

I woman, in a nearly nude'' hatchet inflicting eleven very dangerous for sinking six to ten inch pipes, if wan- a .FIELD. J of Lands.vs. .

captured near Eoonville, I It wounds.A I ted. Ha"ing"entllred in the business,
edition, was ma y of one is what thug democrats I purchased tools, and successfully obtain-I It having been made to appear to the-

I' 111. aim in the next home. : ed full flowing wells, I ask the patronageand Goods Court blflic.1n'it of the above named
Payson denies that he is Rates Complainant. that the said Ezra A. Os-
('a1(" efsman have been restored on all road influence of citizens and friends who I
mbe tit as a possible successor to Seni running west out of New York.A i appreciate my efforts and who want born and Elnathan T. Field as tenantsin
.Cullom, of llhnoli.at. i fleet of U. S. common have each an equal undivided -
.".. war vessels have been i well Respectfully, i I
Cl3rlesGibson, a gambler, vs fatally I idered to proceed at once to Hayti.A AI. ERT S. MAGRUDER, I one half interest in certain tracts of-
i 1i land in the County bade and State of
j ,
courtesan i
by Dell Uuddle on. a at !! | Hock Ledge. I
Florida to wit
,1ot alleged insult. i I I :
Mo., fcr an I
lrectoa Terrible .Explosion. A. ; Lot Xo. i of !section 17 and lot 2 of
\While tkating at Waterloo,, Ia., the :.)- I I Their Business lioonung. LADIES'I I II I section IG. township 41 south range 43

'old ..on of Hon. McCauley CHICAGO, Dec. 12.At an early hour Probably no one thing has caused such II I I least, containing: 75; 2:-100 acres; Lot

-, {:h throUgh the ic* and w'a..drcWlief.he this morning:; a terrible explosion occurred ::: j a general revival of trade at all the drug I,j \u. 4. section ?9. township 47 south.

Armour-Cudahy packing houses in Oliver's oatmeal: mill, blowing out :' stores on Indian River as their giving !j range 43east.containing 12, 00-100acres;
{ Caaba. were daniagei *.t.O+19 1 away to their customers of so many free I +1 I Lois No. 1.3, and 5: section :!G. and lots
.j South the sides: of the building and: netting the 1'No. 2 and 3 section
trial bottles of Dr. King's New Discoveryfor DRESS GOODS 27, township, 53:
b fire.nt mill on lire. The mill was in operation, Consumption. Their trade is simply I I south lange 42 east containing: 15G 73IGOaeies -
oal operators along the Monnngayliier1areshut : : and it is believed three men rcri hed. enormous in this valuable article I : ; Northeast 1 of northeast J,
down very
for I
1 section 2;. and
northeast of
They are Charles A. Miller engineer; 1 from the fact that it always cures and 4 section 34,
site teriod.fictor: John Smith, millman; and Ernest Cas- ': never disappoints. Coughs, colds, asthma I i I township! 53 south range 42 east, containing -
Knott. of Kentucky is spoken 171 S0-100acre ; Lot No. 2 section
second miller. Jchn Home bronchitis:, croup, and all throat and AND I 1II. northwest of
cceisor. to Oberly en the civil eerW. par ;, 4 section 34. lot Xo. 1
c1IHu 'mhsl::>n. tho second engineer, was bovui! lung diseases quickly cured. You can 'and 2 of section ;33. township 53; outh..
r.ct tpn :.test it before buying "by getting a trial I 42 t.
range; ea1 containing 244 1)8-100
into the and
';tors Scott. of S .ring.ie1d. Mo., street The was injured bottle free, large size $]. Every bottle I acre ; Lott'Xo.. 5 and (I eetiou 11. lots
cry_ seriously. buildings
k under arroj-t: for letter.fraudulently obtain- and in the rear were utterly demolished opioshe, j warranted.I I :i No. 1l.. ;5 and S. section 14. lots Xo.
and opening a ----- I
JBJ and the in I 11.4.5 and S. section township43: south.
i.'. L. A. Dunn president of the Cen- almost faintly mrac.JloJsly: .n adjoining, the buildingescaped rcof of I Ravenous Lion at Bny.i P ILLINERYDEP '1 range 42 east coutaininj 107 14-10(1 (

*n\ tnivtreit at I'ella. la., dropped the house being blown off.' The wildest i .\ hungry lion is commonly considered: a 1 acres; Southwest \ northeast L west
dead Cil1 tbl" udewalk. apoplexy. i excitement prevails: around the mill. most dangerous customer, and natural iimmpure 4 southeast jam! southeast 4 of omth-

Bolivia, from Liverpool Tons of fllin", are piled on the tracks, is to top him in his deadly! career. } west i,See.Ii7 tovnship.i3south,. range42
steamship :
.arrived! at New York: with a cage of and the fin-men are playing streams on Impure blood is a ferocious and pitiless foe, 1 east containing 160acres ; LotsNo.I and I
the the fiery n.ass Naturally the popular dashing through the arterial system of the 4section 23. lots 1. 2uul 3. section2G.lots
Tjrioloid among steerage passengers. impression is that the explosion I human holly, destroying the health and ,,1.3. 4 and 5; of section 3:;. tntvnsluip 52

The large storage ice houe of the was the work of the anarchists, I i sapping life itself. It comes hydra like in i south 1':1l1ge..2 east containing 530 44 It
flashinjton Ice company in Chicago but the fire department officers believe I headed Rheumatism j -100 A. Lois Xo. 1. 3. and -1. of section 2.
imp tuou l1( as
jai been destroyed by fire. Loss, $211> the boiler burst. The pecuniary loss is; many, Scrofula, Ulcers<: : Scald Head, Gout, :; lot 1 of section 11, east h of northeast jot

jeQ fully insured. 75.000. I Syphilis or that dread nishhtmare of content WITH section 22. township 53 south range ISI t

George B. Hall, of :Minnesota. has After the fire was extinguished Marshal -, Ipep ia. P. P. P. (Prickly Ash, Poke 42east containing200 92-100acies; East
I i of southeast j, southwest
Gabriel southeast
commenced investigation, \
been appointed superintendent of the I Root and Potassium) is the valiant rescurcr
and satisfied himself that there 1 of section 22, township 53: south
letter office, vice John B. Baird reigned. wereonl health I range
dead : j' who comes to our aid, and replaces
\ three bodies: in the ruins-those of: 'I triumphantly on its throne. Women ;who A Milliner, and Competent Dressmaker 42 east. 'ontaining 120 acres ; Northwest
Ei no>t Caspar. John Christian-on and I i northeast j. southeast 4 ol northwest
for the fifth time in three years the Clare: Miller. Caspar was the cupolaman are worn down and discouraged have found ], northeast: 4 of southwest j. and lot
dotting; house of S. A. Dash, at Crete, and worked on the top of the mill. II P. P. P. an invaluable tonic,f'gaininJ:color, No. 1, of section 27. township 53 south SI

5ebraska, was successfully raided by The cupola was hurled a hundred ftet,, appetite and strength and forever accord la Char e range 42 cast, containing 17SId100

burglars. away and the body of the victim is i in, I to this magic restorer, a credit and gratitudeacquired acres : Lot X o. 5 of section 27. town
Irish in Rome the ruins. Christiansen kiln I by few medicines. 1'rit and sec ship 53 south 42 '
The clergy are prepares was man, range east, containing
to give a handsome reception to Mr. and hi* bodis in the southwest: if it has not been rather underrated than TO CUT, FIT DESIGN AND MAKE 30; G-100acres: ; Lot N o. G of section 13, '
Claries A. Dana. on the occasion of his corner of the mills, covered bj: I overrated11 druggists sell it.l"o..tll lot 5 of section 25; township 50 south. .

act there.B. tons of debr.s.: Miller was engineer, range11!: east containing IS so-lOn acres
F. Allen, jr., who absconded from and is no doul. buiied near the boiler. Knowing.Mr. Lots No. 1, 2 and 3 ofoQ section 12. lots .J.
Des Moines with money belonging to Marshal Gabriel: has a force of thirty "". II. Morgan, merchant, Lake TO ORDER.SATISFACTION No. 1 and 2 of section 35, township 51 ,

the Well3-Fargo Express company, has men dib 'n; in tne ruins. The boilers! City, Flu., was taken with a severe Cold, south,and lots No. 1, 5 and G of section 2 .,
been arrested at Montgomery, Ala. have bet n un o\ered, and foind that atttended with a distressing Cough and of township 52 south range 42 cast containing -

James Sullivan and Joseph Putz, oho they were not explrded, and the cause running into Consumption in its first 392 20-100 acres; Lots 1 and 5
of the exiiloiio l'Ull'lm;; to be discovered. : GUARANTEED of section 11, lots 1, 4.5
Tereout in an ice boat at Big Stone i stages. HP tried many so-called popular and S of section
The building!' : was en* hundred fec-l and 14, township ;52 south, 42
Lake, near Ortonville, Minnesota, ran cough steadily grew worse. range east
fcto an air hole and were drowned. by forty, and four stories hi;h."LATER. Was reduced in flesh, had difllculty TO AIX. containing 05-100: acres; Lots No. f
.-But one victim has been taken 2! and 5 of southwest 4 northwest of
and unable to Finally J
At Davenport, Iowa, Michael Dillon breathing was sleep.
out of the ruins, that was Miller! the en section 2. northwest | of southeast of '
l'entto bed and placed a indent's lamp tried Dr. King's New Discoveryfor 4
gineer.; 3Ir. Oliver thinks the disaster
section 22,
township 53 south
nearby. After reading awhile he fell Consumption and found immediate range 42
caused by the explosion of meal
l'a5-t. containing 144 2;: -100
off to sleep. The lamp was upset and dust. relief, and after using about a half dozen acres; All I
of fractional section 10 3
Dillon fatally burned. ------ bottles found himself well and has had except acres on
north end. northwest 4 of northwest J ofsection
Parson Davies says Kilrain is anxious New York Sensation. i no return of the ilisea-c. No other remedy 21 (fractional), township; south.

to fight Sullivan for 5,000, bare knuckles can show! so grand a record of cures Cas:'imere, per yard, at 25e.; Soc., & 50c. range 42 east, containing 103: ;:)-100 "

weeks prize ring rules within ten or twelve BROOKLYN, Dec. 13.Hugh McLaughlin as Dr. King's; New Discovery for Con- acres; West i of southeast $ of section
and Fox will furnish the money. sumption. Guaranteed to do just what Henrietta Cloths elegant 85c.
21 northwest 4 of northeast
boss of 4, cast i of
a political King's county, ,
Joseph G\vasduski, a prominent business i is claimed for it. Trial bottle free at northwest and southwest of
) i
min of Mt. Carmel, Pa., who was received an infernal machine at his Dixon & Benson's Drug Store, Titusville.TOWX Duchess Cloth, good as silk, 81.25.; 2S township 54 south section
implicitly tru-ted: by the Poli-h citizens, 1)o're last night. The lid was pulled ____ _. _________ d range! 42 east.
containin 23243-100acrcs: )
:: ; fractional
proceeds absconded ot a large, taking benevolent with him tociety.all the cT and,.a loud explosion followed. Xo OInIX.tXCI:. Tricot Flannels, per yard, at 40c., 50c., pait ofsections32 anti i>3. township f>4 "

: ore w: in:ureLl. but the room was rid- south range 42 cast containing 5S7
Theasses-ment of 500 Goc.; 75c., and 1.00 ,
$ ) at par was dkd with: the contents of the box. An ordinance declaring intention of All fractional of sections
the Base Ball club. acres parts
on Washington 'xt'nllinr the territorial limits of the
There an- about fi teen shares, of which I town of Titusville. Ladies' Cloths, G5c. and 7oc. per yard. 4 and 5, township 55 south, range 42
Mr. He wit 'pre-ulent. o.\nja uia.O'ity.: A Plot Discovered. lie it ordained the council! of the east, containins, 037 acres: Lots Xo. 1
Its said the club has lost:,;:!3,000 iin la.e --- I town Titusville. that the said council Cloaking Flannels, 50c. and H section 5, lots \(). G and 10 of '

Kasons. OTTAWA, Dec. 13.-There is some ex- hereby declare their intention of nnnex- section 8, lot No. 2 of section 17, township 'tt

The body of a man bum.oictl to be Rudolph citement in official circles here over the I lug the following trict of land ast por- A varied line of other Dress Goods from 41 south, range 4.:> east, containing
Kooler was found m the woods in tion ofthe town of Titusville. and including 210 :!;..WU acres : Northeast } of southeast
the edge of Omaha by hunters. There announcement that a conspiracy has the same within the limits and 20c. to 20c. i of section 17, lot \u. o of section .

*asa bullet hole in the back of his head, been frustrated by which it was proposed i jurisdiction of said town to-'vit : All 2l l. lot No. 7 of section 28, township 41

and indications are that ho had teen to sell the colony of Newfoundland of fractional section thirty-four and the Long Cloths, 12c. to Hie Better value south] ran:ze 43 east, containing 130 t.;}- j

dead about ti\"e days. Murder is tho only to the Dominion, as in the case of soutn-east quarter of Section thirty- than Calico. 1K acres: Lots X o. 1, :2 and 4, and

theory adanced.Qerm Nova Rcotii. In the last session when I three nil in'1'osynshiptwenty-one, south north i of lot Xo. 5 of section 33, all

p:toners in the Count 1 l'htrs Mr. Laurier moved forallcorresponder.eeexchanged I of Range thirty-live ra*t. And that the Ladies' Underwear in White and fractional parts of section 84, township

la., jail made their escape. our we.e I foregoing notice of intention to annex 41 south ramre 43 cast, containing 212 jf
between the Dominion Iewoundland'go"crnmcnts
: al1'' he
said territory published for thirty AVoolcn.
ncaptured. 25-100: acres : Lots \o. 1, :2 and 3 of
o.i the admission lays in the FLORIDA STAR a newspaper f
has made its 'I section 3, township 42 south
Smallpox eurau 1'1I1t'13
api> o ,
published in said town of Titusville.Passed Ladies' Vests and Corsets from 45c.; to
of that co to the confedtration. -
among the garrison btutionedat lirovusvflle. east, containing 187; 78-100 acres Lots
by the.Board of Aldermen, X8th ('\'. ;
Sir Hector Lan evill, behalf of !t
'Ilex.Mrs. government, said that he on hoped this .\. 1) SSS. to :o.OO.10J Xo. 1 and 4 section :28, lots Xo.'4 and jI

William Brown, aged sixty, elf motion would not be insisted as B. II. WILSON, Chairman.II. r 5 ()section 29, lot \o. 1 of section 33, i
Marion, 0.. had a violent tit of coughingand public interests would not allow: i.pon the correspondence I F. ATKINSON Major.Geo. Bed Comforts, from 1.00 to 2.74.. township 44 south, range 43: east, containing -

in tfteen minutes. to be laid before p.iilianent. II. Alt rets Clerk. 130 G04M acres: Lots Xo. I,
george McCoy, one of the principals The oitjCct; cf refusing this correspondence 10-} Blankets, per pair, $1.50 to ;500. 5 and b> of section 5, lots Xo. 1 and 7 of
La the )! in h.t' section 8. toAvnship 45 south
l-CoJ-UatfieId war ntucsy was not apparent at the time. Ke- range 43 I
as arrested at Ironton, O. cent developments have however, foln.d TO RENT OR FOR SALE Oil Cloths, Table Damasks and Napkinsin east containing UJ 23-100 acres: Lots

Harper Jordan has Leen cuu'icH'Clofmudei the problem.The great varietv.. No. 1 and lots Xo. G, 7 and 8 section
in the r.r&t degree at Cia:ks.il1t -udaen announcement in Septem A FIKSTCLASSRESTATJEANT 17, lots Xo. 1 and 2 of section 34, town-
Kj. He killed John oNTolan. her that the delegates who were daily s'lip 45 I; south, rantre! 43: east, containing

Orlando :Mnith. of Cincinnati, ha expected to A;rive from Newfoundland 217 11-100 acres : Lots Xo. 1,2 and 3 .
been elected president of the Pittshurg had; abandoned their visit took everyone of section 3. lot X o. 1 section H\ lots 1
and Connellsville railroad br sur,.rise. The government: here My Line ofGents'
company.Joshua Xear Railroad Xo. 1 and 2 of sectiun 10, township 4G
their to the termsnpGn Depot.
had case as
Hazel wool was uli ,t by Len prepared winch Newfoundland ..Id bj south, range!::: 43 east, containing 230 97- 1f
Houston and fatally injured during a further wo The House contains large: Dining; 100 acres ; Lots Xo. 1 and 3 of section
quarrel about a wom-an at hlco, 111. admitted were to the suddenly Union terminated.negotiations It- Boom with Kitchen adjoining, with al, Ladies' & Children'sHOSIEEY 211!t, lots X o. 1 and 2 of section 31, lot f

John liomnul, of Hamilton, 0., at- is now learned that the programme was conveniences, water, etc. Also four X.o. 1 of section 32: township south;
tem -t.eJ suicide at Ixjuisville. Ky., bywinding arranged to snbmu the proposal: to the Sleeping Rooms. rane; 43: east: containing 1G4 O-_ 100 t

a pint bottle of whisky and legislature of the colony, and rush it Will be rented furnished) if desired.) acres ; Lots \o. 1 and 2 of section 5,
Morphine. through without testing: ;: the | op-!mar lot Xo. 1)) section G, lots X 0.* 1 anil 2 f
McKinley of Ohio Cannon of Illinois: vote. To accomplish this tome skillful The Owner wishes to retire from of section 7, township 49 south, range-
lad Reed of )Maine are all candidates for engineering required, and no one business. This is a good chance to the IS COMPLETE, 43 east, containing ISO .1-]()() nacres ; ,

the cpeakership of the neat houto of knew better k.ow to accomplish this right: part}. Address, Lots \o. 1 and 2 section 18 lots Xo. '
ttpresentatives. than the man who sold Nova Scotia, Sir FROM 5c. TO 75c. PER PAIR.In f'
on'\J:n, TnTSSVIIAE, Fi..t.OakLawnEous 1 and 5 of section 30, township south,
WrI- White, a rominentbu.ittessmart Charles Tupper. Samone.. however r.meIa east, containing: 227 G: -lOU
of Cincinnati fell down elevator s uealed before the plans had matured.
an | acres; Lots X o. 1,3,4 and 5 of section
"wt and received which An effort will bp made to ec're a rovalfcomniission
injuries may into tho manner :31, township 49 south range 43 east,
Probably result fatally. : which negotiations to inluire have Leen con- : PAINT I am at Head-quarters for containing 105; acres; Lots X o. 1 and 2 !
P. J. Chase, anIrs.. :Sarah in ,
: aged hi, : section 28, township south
ducted for the forcible annexation of LOW PRICES, buying from the Manufacturer range t
jtonTilton.Chase bJ. were JUlI nell at Newfoundland, and in event of failure 43: east, containing Gl 30-100 acres.
fj *ton. his bride but
had seen find
Selling Cheap.
three time. the Biitish government those who will have be taken appealedto the Lake Worth, Dade County, Fla. And the object of this suit is to pro- I

Mra. James G. Blaine, jr., \\ ill go on matter jointlby in Canada and the loyal New- cure partition of the same. And it having -
"*.*tage. She will continue the prose- up had such : been made to appear that Klnathan
fo..ndlan lEts who have a nar- New House and Newly Furni:')hed. !
hon against her husband, and wishes T. Field, the defendant, is a nonresident :ft
Rooms single in Suites.
10 row escapa. or Having added GRAIN and HAY to
earn money to push the case.AtFrienlhip of the circuit in which this suit is

L'earborn county, Ind.. King Milan's Abdication. my Stock of GROCERIES, buying from instituted. It is therefore ordered that I
Anthony! Upp, aged 'A). and lather of 13 NEAR THE'INLET. the said Elnathan T. Field do appear
chic. first h hands will lead in Low Prices. j
I bill
said for
.Illn."a married to Mrs. lfedeloreer and answer partition herein
aged 51. who has 16 children. VIENNA, Dec. 15.-The situation in .) tiled, on or before the first day of February :.

At Fjir"ew.Ky., Sam Finch was thot Serna is critical. The strong radical A. I). 1889. And it is further !

J h1 the breast and arm and fatally wounded majority in the Skuptschina threatens to ordered that a copy of this order be
Best View. of Lake and Ocean
but by whom* is not known, as the reject King Milan's revised constitution.The CAN GOODS BOUGHT AT THE I published in the FLORIDA STAR, a

difficulty r oc,-'-rred out doors and num- government, therefore, has resolvedto PACKERS. newspaper published in the adjoining:

of shots were tird. curta'1 the deliberations of that body.If County of Rrevard, there being no newspaper -
land'Ira A. Spauldin, one of the largest the radicals are obstinate tho Skupts And best Hunting and Fishing grounds Will give closer prices than you published in Dade County, for
Lake Worth.
Holders iu lilackford county. Indi- china. will be indefinitely prorogued.: on four consecutive weeks next preceding ,
f?*.was fatally hurt Sunday evening atontpelkr The gnr.ison in Belgrade and other can buy. I the first day of February.. D. 18S9.
by a colt he was driving towns are kept in readiness to crush a Fine Lawn shaded by monster Oaks
JI> off Done and ordered in Chambers
inS a high embankment. revolt. at
and Growth both
General Longstreet and Hon. A. E. An nr 5cl" inserted in the cons%tu inn Tropical DeLand, :Florida, this 28th day of Xov.

g1r i of ieor called en Gen. Har- tro and 's that in case the kin jabditatho > Wild and Cultivated.Try G EO. B. RUMPH I A. D. 18SS.

aatlndianapolis Monday. General -lult have t j'ower to apt! ont tegem. ,, JOHN D. BROOME.
qstreet drtiii that there during lus sminoritv.. The *r isle us once and you will come again
was any
rtical u niMcance in tho visit ij t. kei .s indicating the king ins n- nf'ITUS''I' LIJE, FLA. 1 Judzc of the Seventh Judicial

Thai B. Barry taysJtf ; that )lie will tiP to rLJcarA.: ALLEN E. HEYSER, Proprietor. 25 f Circuit of Florida.THE .

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THE SLAYER OF KING. appear in the same order, nor are I j Consumption Surely Cured.To r Gn"T -COMFOUTIXG. -;. --

THE EDITOE-Please inform yonr readers thatI I'I'l'U .,
they always the same in different have above-named EPPS'S COCOA. ---'.'
Portrait of Elizabeth Ucechler TTho Defused j a positive remedy for the -
disea>. By its timely use thousands of hopeless ,
to lie Discarded. cases. There is a dull and sleepy
canes have been permanently cured. I shall be BREAKFAST. I
Following is tbo graphic account of the glad to Rend two bottles of my remedy FREE to any
bad in the mouth .
shooting nt Omaha of II. W. King, Jr., feeling; a taste of your readers who Lave consumption if they will "By a thorough knowledge of tie ii.itur.ilUw ATTIY-AT: .LAW AND
in the the send me their express: and post omce address. which gov-iu operations of digestion: and nutrition l NJARY(} _
Miss Elizabeth Beechler the
given by woman especially morning .
; the line
appetite -! Respectfully and i>y a carnal tt|>i>licati<>n ol propel
who killed him cnJ with whom be bad lived. is changeable sometimes T. A. SLOCUJI, M. C, 11, Pearl st.. Xew York. ties of ut-11- !..lmeil C.K-..., 5Ir }:l'PI' loss l>rovidid Hoc Ledge. "'
Sho mado the statement immediately after I 31 our breakfast tables with a delirateh.llsvnred -
she had committed the murder. The and again it though beverage which may save nt many heavy doctorsbills. -
seems as
portrait poor,
It i* !>y th-jmltcionii use of such artu-l of L. UrLDI
herewith presented is from The Chicago the patient could not eat enough llucklcn'srmca Salve.The diet that a ct>u"titnii.HI Vn.iy gradually built tipuntil D. : .
Tribune: best salve in the world for cuts, stroni pnoiiili tll r"ist't'ry tnsdfiuM

"I left Chicago Yf'sterd..y"sbe said, "with and occasionally no appetite at all ; bruises: wires, ulcers, silt rheum, fever difiru*> Ilnudr-. t-uLtl maladies airs there tloatma ATTORNEY-AT
around u-. ready to attack wherever is> a
the best of intentions in my heart. Arrivingin dullness and sluggishness of the j sores, tetter chapped hands, chilblains, I weak point. We may cape many a fatal shaft by

Omaha, I inquired where Harry was living I corns and all skin eruptions' and positively -I keepina ourselves", "t'il fort li.,1 with pure blood Tit lhiIlt>, 1.1
and was told he was boarding at the mind ; no ambition to study or anti n properly nonrirhul tiaine."-Cinl Sernr 'J .
cures piles, or no pay required. milk.
G.Ulal1p with boiling or
1 .imrly
Paxton. I had been told by a lady on the i work : more or less headache and I i It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction -I, Sold Onto in liall-innnul t nil". b>' 6rHers, labcllnlj JDXES & WILLIAMS,
train whom I happened to meet that Harrywas j thus JAMFS: EPPS t CO., inoenitliic Chrntt-t.
or refunded Price 25 cents! :
married, but supposed that I was the : heaviness in the head ; dizziness ] money 1 I LoU OII, England! -4
per box. For sale by all drug stores in
only wife. I then went to tbe hotel and ---- .\t
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to the feet I ---- U&'IU-J'U-I.n"
: on rising or moving sud-1 Titusville, and on Indian River. !
Mrs. Elizabeth M. and

nsked registered for Harry's as room. The clerk King told, uio : denly ; furred and coated tongue ; !' i M n 1?)7 r 11 P B r TitUi'ilIt': .
I Advice to Mothers.
that it No. C3 and I went I ---- -
was upstairs, !
a sense of a load on the stomach j II j :Mrs.VrssLov'3 SOOTHING rRt'Pthon1da1wa11 H lj Iij 'h.J" :.U. L5\JI
I think to the third floor. In the meantime be used when children rare cutting teeth. It re- : ituniNs.ATTORNEYATLAW..
I i Ihecabi.ietors.ui\v. ;n' red "I I.ecent GEO.l.
I had asked for a that nothing removes ; hot and { lieves thelittlt'sufl'ererat; it produces natural, i form byllawm & lu--i'he'" i t.*''. Ctvtrkcrs
quiet sleep,and the little cherub awakes"brightas followed in tits .. .., .... ....
room adjoiningHarry's ( i: IIlI. r' < f i -c note ate,
/;, dry skin at times ; yellow tinge in j a button." it is very pleasant to taste. It but the Man A II in...; > ,-.*.. t 'r.I\\\\ ,. iui-
but was f:! soothes the chit,softens the ,allays all .
;! gums pain tained their sn'r' ii..'y.. ,.n ; W.. .L
told that I could .' W ? the eyes ; scanty and high colored I regulates the bowes: ,and is the best known remedy ltaaon.t'I.! '. : .,!i"I' i'tiienn Tin-viILL. FLA.
not have it until ii for diarrhoea, whether nrisin-: from teething or the I R urin ; sour taste in the mouth, fre- other causes. Twenty-live cents a bottle. i at all of the f?"" i .. ....... s nee ... r .of
later in day.
,:! J t attended of Paris 15(57( iu( .>t o< : i ion 31. THKAM1KK.ATTORNE
wanted to be close fluently by palpitation FOR SALE.A |j, best A. .
\ II with ma.., > ,. .- t i .f: "-.n- ..
to them, or on the ) ;t' the heart impaired ion with j tries',tICY! hove \ ""..,. .tri-a-y'sk-
least "" ; tract of land on Indian River in the en the ht- vi fe it :.o.?. U iis- yATLAW.I'
same floor at lEO of Brevaril ol R'acres ; tratedcatalbg,r'. 7 .' "" r. : '-. r: '.. ,
\ that to be in county consisting
spots seem swimming j jj ,
1 could watchtheirmovements. ( '-h: j Mason & i.ul .1 ,. :, t ,.. f .m-i' 't..I'!- i I'M. _....
it being lot No .: andouth half O.
I JIO'I the air before the ; ) 1 traordin:try c r.i f"r ts! ,:> j .n.-. t'tu the. ire . 1i.fl'IU'.
j eyes ; a cough i i : Will ..r..It ii. :.11 tie! '.t.t.'. d tL..
his I of the northeast( quarter of section a:>, 1 superior to t' 1."> 1(' '. .ii 7 ":.:" tag J. :-h ,. .
supposed r,, ', \ J. with greenish-colored and lot Xo. :l being the southwest I excellence: ;.... .. .t l'V"'"* r': .,.etar, + : I..e: ; Cm-nit ati l Sup.ell i .u '.
\ / a j : quarter -
wife with him 71.J. .
was "J l '1 t\tl\ expC'ctora-j art of pt.tI' '. '_. *>'-t t i. t rF ,< :y.
but when I rapped i.+, II tion night's rest a sticky j of the rtli\\est quarter ofectinn i This they a' ., :: .! :., .. t. .. ,. .t..rk.i. inprovemeot ; [ E. IIEYSEU.ffneyatUw .
; poor I i :...:' u. .J. i.. : i Uu.eu.. ,Ni ALLEN
at his! door I did ELIZABETH EEECIILEII. I 3/j/\ both in tltll'lishlp] in south range: :'II 9east. ) i" ,
slime about the teeth and and ">wk-I '" > : ; a:.,'; ..MI > I
not bear any voicesor gums ; This is a very deMrable piece of I STRIN':..cu.cc" loch:

talking: on the inside I rapped several hands and feet cold and clammy ; I liammock. soil of rich quality niable is eecuuHl t'u j 1 i .. bt. pus. II a y
Ilblel'nrtyu'I Js" "' n< m n' of
times b: fore there was a response. Finally irritable temper and bowels bound for the raJ-iII;! (if all tropical fruits. 1> tone, MgoMKn. .. ., .r- ... > i.. .t.yincrea : Lake \\' rtli Ia.le t '.runty. '!
I iI
Harry came to tho door in his night clothes, situated at the Narrows, nearKnos pnstoHice. ,cdcioiriC'. '::1t.- "' ti.- furiuaUniatunea'iiiu : : ;

and sticking his head out nsked: .what was I up and co ti\'e. This disease has::: .l lleli cheap for ea.sh. For ..",'r I _I .<> :..... .!'iii'Atim.Lir. /:". I Will furnish Alwtract- Title \
r'imu.irn t. ..4' :.:.. f- threeI
: a
wanted. I sad: 'Good morning. Harry; you I, puzzled the physicians and still particulars: udilress: I band'ed pllrcha rrs'iWfclr; ..,11-., :1.1 f...t itcnt, : County lanit i
were not expecting to see me, were your Ho ( E. 31. LOW.Sept. | togs Lor\\i'h uc ,n.'i ivt-t'.. .. ">'in-. t<>..ti, a;'pl.cunuI'.an : -
replied: 'No, and I don't care to see you,' and puzzles then It it11: (' common- :). Brockton. Mass >3 tad Organs a..J.<.1 lor coda u.- vay 'p.y-
( anenta'so tent, l H. IlClI'III'IELI1.COUNTY .
shut the door in face R
my ist of ailments and yet the most MASON & "AMLiNRGA'( | AND PIANO CO.PIONEER .
heart sank! for a moment, and 1 did "'.\XTEB. Write/n. S4"l.or". -
My AGENT! J. 1 UU -.'i-o... 4. .. .. o.. .. CillCAUO.
1101 know what to do. Again said that I i complicated and }ny tcrious. OIJICtime I.J Si ithf !JrFV\I.O )[J'TU.L1"1" EST --
AND Sign C:.xts !T .ASSOCIATION D.irtaio. New York. .
must see him, and he said: 'Go down in tho _.. .
1 it i is treated COOPERAGESyrup
--- -- --- -- -
s as consumption
plrlornncl wait until I get dressed.' I ro- j rm A.'Piif-.' 1'rnhtoil| pr inontli Will Orders I,y mail will rtwiv. .L-

plied that I would wait there! and I did. In 1 sometimes:; as liver complaint and I 5? P.'ki>io\t>, it or ii f 'rt. it. Xw t'i.t-lil" Barrels $2.25. attention a-* railin i*'r*n.
|ri-t -.t. A t.t :'o '';.iinri.nt ir-t. tolNVISIBLE
about minutes and) i
twenty came out wo i i then again as malaria and even as ..' 6 tai,;fall. \\'. 11. ('j, \1t'"tt'r l' Sou :!'C Bond AtUInJeonriana.l. '
walked to the elevator: to "tb(')'. Getting: in II'II'i Streit. x Y a: I I UUageil to orilfr. toll conts extra.
tho elevator, we descended to the parlor floor, { heart disease lint its real nature =

.... ; .,,. ,., | Wheeivvrighting and Repairing. ATKIN ,o N
where we had a conversation. At first wewe'f' The :\ r.'ra1l" limt.Tmirna/ : .
:'is that of constipation and dyspepsia. ] : '
u-.t ...
1J< : Sound Disc,
cnitfvl I n :lPll IIirrV to tate PlpdoWIl ..
;:- 101 icaiats.: concentrate sound waves | CO. B.
to breakfast. Ho said ho did not want any It ari-oein the digestive organs I Ij 'J"1I.'f' 1 on tne dram and outranks all devices of

breakfast, and for me to go on down I II .W ot our age and Its possibilities are great" (honey liaricN :uul Oval Wat,r Breakers JUSTICE OF THE
and affects all the othersI Ct.
j :soon .: For sale by H. H. WALES Bridgeport
to the dining room alone, ns ho had from .:.()U up.
to go to tho store. I insisted on hii I I through the corrupted and poisoned ii j I For the Seooml .Iu-tic<< I i>tnvt

wing to breakfast with me, but ho blood. Often the whole body-in-] !ii PARKER'SHABC7 rrahikSanti I yard countyuirt days. third }
blankly refused and arose to his feet to | BALSAm of each month.
litI'I all kinds! of Coornn WOIJK to urder.T. .
go. I said: 'Harry, you are my lawful hus- i eluding the nervous system-is the jiopular favor Ue for dressing --

I and, and I have a right to demand I --i thj luia-, llcstormsr color when .Hr tilh; ; I
your there ::0:1 .
ICI'ally..ttlunl even wlu-.n .
i : gray.u.1J picvcu.ne 1'undrutr.It
breakfast. Ho said
to 'Shut
company : up! CK"in3 tho scup, stops the Lttnisi.. : : Florida.
There's n girl and she'll hear you.' I said: 'I no emaciation to tell the :story. : hair fa..mg,and ii Mire to please I
II ., ---- ----- --- ------ --
'> r t <' ai i Cl.iX nt uni'xi-ts.Thesafestsurestand1s'stenrefor'ornvBunlons
don care who hears ale' At this ho graspedat !
( has shown that there
my throat and, prating his teeth, said! : 'I i S.ODfl Budded Trees For Sale
could choke you off right here.' I then i is but one remedy that can certain-i' I 1w
shoved him back and fired. The first shot I *(% II A ] C \ ll.a-u1: .
Ftopso-linm. I:n lirpsc-opf<>ittothofi. leyerlailsto J. :
fired took effect in his:: side, 1 thin! for he i ly cure this disease in all its stages: cure. 1 i cent a: l'rusjti. L.bci:: & Co., I\. Y. I At Low Price I

turned palo and clashed his hand on his hip.
After that I was rx excited that I hardly remember I namclyShaker: Extract of Hoots or 11.114YEIAUSI ----- I 60,000 in Nursery.Apply I .)ark:-ourillt'i Fn.!

just what did take place. 1 shot: 1! Mother Scigel's Curative Syrup It : to \V. II. SHAKPE
J several times more but don't know expptlv I I
bow mnnv. After tho first shot ''never fails, but, nevertheless; i I City Point, Fla. -

Harry ran aiound the corner 01 the elevator 1 IvlEivl0RYDISCOVERY. I __ I
time should be lost in other I
and started down stairs. At this trying ) II

e time we were standing at the platform of the : so-called: remedies, for tIll'will do : EXHAUSTED VITALITY I I will Sell and Politer at your i
elevator. As Harry reached the head of the : station First-Clays j
stairs I was close behind him. and shot ropeatedly. | no good. Jet, this great vegetablepivpcration I r niiE SCIENCE OF.LIFC

When I saw him fall on the stairway -THf sEIEI fCE -. the peat
and saw the blood oozing from his (discovered: by a venerable 't JlcUical Fork of the P:
mouth, I rushed to him and lad: his: head in whose is h011sehol(1 Any Ixtok learned in one r..ad 1 UJ:. of fE C11p'I
nurse: name a )( \\lIl1l.'I'lul l ; age on ManhuodCerr-
my arms, where he breathed his la t. .Hut! ; : fiireil. I
before leaving: Chicago," r"Uiiutd MISIJeet'lilcr word in ( erman'y), and be :S! ">: Kin'r without iiote =_ -_ -- pus and I'h;sicul I):- ;I tu:
"I !Iis Wholly unlike artificial systems.Pirae Premature Di
telegraphed Dl1ry's mother -
-<>ideiiined, :OultJ.i... ('o frt.great .
tho itU:1lO'lIJrr; Thotcle- to the genuine article. ) ( y '
t> daughter wa- in. \11'( get ( indu I ('eiiieiit*> to eorrenpoiuieiifelasses. lc'a0@, @, THYSELF cliTle. llmser-
gram cost im Ci)5u. Tho pour r.u I'.s mottier (' laud the << -
will be henrtbroken when she !:-irs the sad (;Iv}: {'P IIYKVKX 1)o'TOIIS.Shaker ; P"ol"l'f''h') -. nith (.}.illi"nO of Dr.11I.. \. Ham conscqnent thereon. 800 pages S vo., 1-23 pccri -
news," and hero the woman broke! fuaipleicly: Extract of Hoots Seigel's mend, the world-tane.i Spo, i-ulist iiOInid ,li ':'>-e->. pious for all diseases. Cloth full gilt,only f l.W! I 1 Ul. Ll-s MuM.\ thenall) .'tl..r I".s
or Denied OnenUaf by mail sealed. Illustrative sample free to all youn-. l llltHIUl.. !'. | ulWk.Hf l'toa.ti.t'r II *M: '
down ii i-sirs cud sobs.: I Thoinpoon, the great 1'iiyrliolo: ,
and iniddle-a td men. Send now. The told and i it'easretes.lot' d. I'tiis:4'a tub-
I Syrup has raised: me to good {gist Prof.and A."'thers LOIS -TTK.-nt foe 2.17: 'hv Tilth AM-. New York. Jewelled Medal awarded to the author l>y the >'at.cnal I any ln>L' >t luau or wows.'. tlttnai. :
Medical Association. Address I'.O. lox 1""8.% PM>-- silistaete ,ry. 1 will pay ir.tstt, Ir II' ..
;..'. '. .' )"'.. ';'u':e. health after seven doctors had given :20.t ton, JIass., or Dr. \V. II. PATJKK1J, Jrntl":1o of rash and ilea IL&oIIth 011 a 1'.".. are I

"T7el I4'.t.: '.:. ..... '. Ktiil Mr. fk>nllcY', I 111(' up to die of consumption.: -' -- .. v, '; .'y-,--. J.J-I'u"l-->-'--' .-t-..-..H Ulttt--it ton llarrord, who Medical may he consulted College, 25 confidentiali years' practice! in Office iVw-, I 13,.ore a Hit.Mil thou urilln.frll'on 411 Orti.ii.. ull..l*>b t&O.-!...., -",l tiI

lii'* ber..l '" < '.:..luj t;..' L.441 tau iusi'*iuxr] So writes H. F. Graei> Kirkinanville i of the largest ana most n reiiatlehouse,anti to b.ij tau Seeds Y use No. 4 liulflnch :St.: Specialty, Diseases of Man. teriiio diiToitt* can' own a n..ItIIl..I". :
"f;_(\J :,1.1 i";:" Aks turdtlttlt 'o\Vu, too i Cut this out. Yon may never see it u.aiiu riiKE: C. 'f.\LlirE rot t..n...." hn II';
Todil] ] (' i' 'hert plisse: u'nl'i..bll.. B i.j.'. '.I"
1101 f.J'l'.t": :' i: ( 0., Ky. $!mC@S I -- .rtlpo".. sod ur t..rt to...r1h.."" a, h. 3I
-1 du. 'i k..(.'..'," ":lid,. ;!ra., 11tlJ ty, cz. I Opened for the Season. I .....t all iiiadr, suit 41 ire) low I.rk.. *N-l- tparty
D. M. FERRY A CO. rneknohlOtlRed It
d.u.Jy..1.( ;>u7by.t.i > y: I t'atrl.n.-s.<< I banaO two jiit-i *
"*\ ** !;..... :". ';'.. I Iwvy pr ariit'r." )bad been about given up to ''" ; : '.-<,: .i' Seedsmenvr to to oho C-S'-A man who is interested in his own : '.!nut 10 n.alh..r i-''q'>. :>..,. tI b.4'Is <, ;
\tC7vesf .
Awl t'i" <'ur...,:.:.'.* :.; i "...9 IA v i hus- Aw \ welfare will he pleased to know tha Mlisir at I' rent- rr 'Ol.y '.14.0 I"( 'oi... : ,
die with when I first :r'n In the world. I Vorat and I".I1II1IJl'nl.al Muut JH
ta .d ....,. ; 'I'C. ........1..1 t.", ...**,.n'., 1 gar the dyspepsia= saw ", y: "V D !II. FEnny J; CO'3 cent*. Any | inr of sleet tuwittr | ubh,.l i

1 -'h.l'P' ', ._ .:' the advertisement of Shaker Extract ,('L,.. !' ?Yf\ : .; \,..)Ulu!.tilted D.l'locflp ANDREW GIBSON t I .10 per teat llt'loW frill llxllfiK |.rlW' I ;
._ f ;J '''' JI'\a, t' tive und PrisedwillbemniedFREE pieces ('ad".1)(".t ii.iit.Hnz" 10 cent

Ab to-::t'..-\,1-:,;.:roof/,. of Hoots: or Seigel's Syrup. ,": ? dZ: : SEEOArU UAl I Keep the finest oysters to he found in Catalogue.A. .

*1. ":('..iL: I i. I k. J..,., ';Oh... After using four bottles I was able \ -..'.. )':'llfJl' L\J, "-.. For 12r'9 TiliisviSie, B. Campbell JaUn \ :

..:. r. ..i.t:'; ,. /,1'. ;_ .. I
1 ..i. t' t '.;' ..I,',' to attend to my business: as well as | J_ :.' V ; to to last allsppicantsand year's customers AXI ttVEH: ix QTY LE TO SUIT PATRONS. |Menti n this paper .

i-,. ; .' _.J .... ever. I know of several of without ordenntr it. /"r.i/''. -0-
EVl"l'Y.'f'n : 'II iatd ,>rL Earliest Cauliflower Garden.'Fie. es '
; I or .EluWf'r S '
and Cake made
chills antI fever that have been 111 existence. 1 bhonld send for it. Address Plain Fancy to order.

tual what c. r.1. FERRY CO. Detroit. Iflich. IlnLrr' Bread hand HAIR BA
lien Kay say of marriar tl ivxvncu ; ahi-ay on
cured by it. So writes Thos. Pul- _.---- -- -- -- -- Cleanses and beantiae
--- ------
IL-eypJpas,?; t'jey W..1 rt..oa.ro: neither t.la j Also a iir>t-cla- IJarher shop atta'hCl1.Il'als I Promoter a loxuri-t t
Ke nor i..*< ot_cr.-J. I),s 1 .:.1.1.1. luin, of Tay, Geneva Co., Ala.WOKTII JOHN F. STRATTON & SON, Never Fa II to R, =
__ u' u _. ____ i I :\ at nil hours; from ;5 n. m. toll |>. in. _- Hair bits Youthful
TIN I>OLL.HnOTTLI.: .:. i i3Ir. ; Part it'stUsiriij; to leave on morning mail Prevents Issn-,rod....!b
)Crow ," vt. :-' .:J I L : ct i -.
r.rr vi :: ; : t tt3ftnicrais& E ; : 'r I 611ft. anti l IN tFR03I
: boats atoll hacks will please note this.
.' :.(',r .l..i it 't\. :"u c l the: Thomas 1*. Evans, of the : iZimporters ..;; : -

t. 3e..oci tuue-;->'-,--*--<-* ...wi.- I firm of Evans it Bro., Merchants, Fir: igJ](: ;; O :r :allory S. S. :r_

The history of Love would be the ::.;:' ) ctJJuIIity. 1101'l1tt''I1'eomack, Co.'a.., "
of all kinds of
it i.M bo Uu.uu.tJ & to
u. "; (J :
I writes that he had been sick with
11..i& ;.a. :; .. Mouth Harmonicas NEW YORK AND FLORIDA.

.. . ,
- 1 digestive disorders: for
many Yl'arsi 4!) Maiden Lane, >"e\v York. ;;4
+ Lave : i\nr jse4 of so tu:.-.7 ti..tloJ i ------- -- -- ----------- NEW YOKK (1TY VKCM: nill: 4nl\
and] had tried
. Xo-.t: *:! .l._ ,g usr' cf it can ui'"..j'lt oj said.1PotUm many physicians .10IIX F. TI.TI'O:00: :-\, l'lU; _! E.I: JVKICY nun.'F.r \TI:> MMII \\luU.IHI." .
.. i\...&:. nicdiciiu-s without benefit. lie began X I:'''' .onn, nOSTOX .l\1): I'IIIL.IUCI.I'Ifl.1.

to us-i' Shaker Extract of Hoots .
:It t e t'ruday of man.::iehclet.t11 1 he Iron Steamships STATE OF TEXAS, CITY OF SAX .\ To

or Seigel's Syrup about the last of I. GHANDE, COIllP"the Florida Service.

\'. '. I.t: 'h. '- ...,H ,Jan.., 1.SS7, and \\':1so: much better I i Iml'ortt'rl'lialll1taetnr..r in all kinds** and of Wholesale beaters! )'ns"'a' :;c Hales, lict veen riorida and 1elti' lurk ulnu :

\VOIll t t eat ..rvo cannot Ii\.C. I in three weeks that he considered :\hts l'a1Iprch ments. I Strattnn'x IIit't', \ii-i Celebrated=ioal Uoxes.Russian Band Instru the Lovcvxl.t .

Gut Violin String Si & Rated of Freight always Low a> Competing L nco': .
: :Ills u .ill A :ivv% i>ut lilt we allLu1 himself a practically well man. Early Morning Train Every Thursday: from points on J. T. & K. \\'.

\\' 11:it tti.: (tie by catinj? It i is I lie adds I have at this time one JOHN F. STRATTON & SON, connects with steamer same day at Fernandina.

>,ttl vt' Jig ur graves with onr I bottle on hand, if I could not get Importersand SCHEDULE.

r .
.w.aa..t. .1... y more / nud not talc a ten dollar WholesalePealers XOl.
I TlI.BoLXH-8tt"amohipJ: sail from Fernandina every Thursday p.

t it is ftw i illy !rUt.'. \ e are I. bill fur it. ;: Ssr"c1 O in arrival of trains from South Florida, and morning trains from JackM'n

;,ifk'. t. ltllfttacI: If the All (dnigin; or address A. J. I follows :
511:si CM, i CITY OF SAN ANTONIO, Captain Wilder.......................ThurMfcy, .
.Ieni4, .i: \'. N' :'r. y there !I White. Limited, 54 Warren St., CAKONDELET, Captain Evans..Tllurlay, .
.i c h' ,* 1. ant !i.*"' itt M-J : doorfl i." Y.I f JlercWiseXE' CITY OF SAN ANTONIO, Captain Wilder..Thursday,
Captain Evans.. ;
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I'; rr(1p1N |I"t' ...T. t) ". ii,i ml red Dollars. Keward for any 0 F op : CAKONDELET, Capt. Evans.....Thursday
: ,'U i. : ; ririin, a.- I' WrTn. -Ilor.i.-.St.-auihips Fail fromew York, Pier Xu. 21.: E. 1.. foot ol FaI'OII *.-. r*' rj
1 F. J I'Ur.r & CO. proprietors, Tuled.i., I \' YOKK. : at > p.m. at f<'llovru.
re I' : ; ,$ the 1. W-. th, 'ii. '-.llll..t. have known IJ ('heuey Srptrtuber.lath : October 5th, 12th, 19th. 2 Ctn. .
. to the lvj.1 r ,.< .- mid believe him perferth 1101;. John F. Stratha & Son's Celebrated Dunn the yellow fever epidemic steamers will continue tttir regularacLeiYl.bt'*"
'11I4 "; \YCt.'p ..-abl j. .11 u"- ". .no transactions, and tiianri.tllv: Russian Gut Violin I and Femandina. Order freight via this line
'1 'j3tlllfln' lmMt<. i it ir any obligations m tde l>y their I Strings, aTJ-Direct all Frl'1lht'ia Mallory Line from Pier o.1 E II. S* Y.tt
fcrwt TIlL FINES IX THE WOULD. tf-S.ecul Anentnare boosted at all principal points Ihronth: florists, where telt* **.1.**"'

: i Ite 01 ire-.-.iler r rwu-B a cum.I iiifornmtion obtained.mrlateiuon .
|| W. dnm ,. 'in & \Iar\iu, uholekdle drn,; I plaint (which he hel'etee ti bw bouptt from auy r :amid berth secured in advance from JIIC'ktocnnU and FeiD1-
I moJ'1 4.-Trawil from F II. 1 N. n'. r-.n side Ftruawiiia.tSA .
jrM- n OhioIL ir.iiiiician tu whom he has Hi Id any of ihfttehtringa, directly to ship* at
!1. \ 11 V 't I ... y further information can be obtained tn-in
'1 ran "M .en cashier ToledNafi'tiul he u authorized In' us to give him another Mni-n .
i !1. 'rhe '! oo. t" ,, .!... Ohio. without charge. and all such loss will be mad .J. I. CtTLEU. Passenger Afiei-t. corner Bar. and Hogan >lr.H.. jMk n\W..1r1.
'V 1 WH'K.
lItIl'.I "'t. is interimllr, ac-ti'oz good by Uii to our customer without quibble or
11\'. \' :- nq 'tt.IlI itlux-ih IIJVM i-i.. ot'i.i.l and mucus Mirtaee* (.f the tjuestion iBeware of iiiiiUtionr. II II. IUYMOVD, General Traveling Agent
w- : L warily Soiil hy ,". l"\qtf'oI.t.*. 34 Trade KII.plied at lowest priers. S4 C H. MALLORY & CO. General Apts, Pier 20 E. R. NEW YORK

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pi Cirlotu aianner In W dch They Herrntly SCOTT'S i I

Were United. and !

Her are portraits of William Fearing I

rSLonetimes York known, and as his William recently Fearful made ::' I .
ra.!of !\
tith: C. Gwynn, of the same city.jbat c= > I MILLS

of the public which reads theftpers

.- will remember that Gill some months OF PURE ODD LIVER OIL I CC MERCHANT. Anti Syrup )Makers Supplies.For .
announced that Mr. and Miss
"O itwas < :>
a cWna bad talon the most important step11'"t"S &2i2 HYPOPHOSPHITESAlmost ; --:: Melbourne. Florida
in uniting their fortunes and
j their as Palatablo as Milk. tf'.2zIo
their futures. 'A.. M. Hamilton & Co. Catalogue and Copy of Sorghum
Tyre wa< something; peculiar about the So disguised that it can be taken, Grower's
minister and for digested, and assimilated the nulrcsCHAPMAN
-jijdinj. No was present by most : := nI I
sensitive ,
stomach when the plain oil
said there were no witnesses
she it wu cannot be tolerated; and by the comf = & CO MADISON IND.
*AMfjuwther. nation of'the oil with the hypophoa. Wholesale Dealers in ,
fanny thing was that the bride phites is much more efficacious.
directly after the marriage betook herself to Remarkable as a flesh producer. : Indian River Oysters i THE :(.

Xjwport. while Mr. Gill remained in New Persons gain rapidly while taking it.SCOZT'SEMULSIONisacknowledgedby. : p.
fork. The welding was almost, if not quite. __ a
-podiateJ by Mrs. Gill's alleged aristocratic 11"181-1: AIITOMATIC
Physicians to bo the Finest and Best I I
JristiTCS you know she is related by mar- prepayration
in the world for the relief and cure of : aq h4CD Green Turtle and Game I

GENERAL: All orders' will receive prompt and caii-fuJ; attention :;
$ I
letter or ill VMm. I' I
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I.I ,- i (i The great remedy for Consumption, and 71UI..l\ p I E. .\ >
; Wasting in Children. Sold by all Druggists. Chase i

-- .- I I Perpetual EvaporatorsAND
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J.1, r F. Y'\ SHR I 4 0 Ship Chandler
il;* r"I l b. I THE
r'A :"(:.' i I It 0Lf ,
.mtt Y" I U.I IP; t "("" LHtVj tJ 3 I FI
t I :i Improved Victory Cane Mill
j I Q J j uliyv I i i Hoat and fosse Supplies, all Kinds j
',: : / c=t:> Patent Anchor, {1mil! Blocks< i I

I ? FOR TO' Drj t.gYfZf.2eiI Canvass, Galvanized Wire } OU15 SPECIALTIES.Also .

Hope, all Sizes< Tents! I.
AND Fountains.
I A torpid I'.f --'. .: :,< tt wbolcnrg.. i Spruce Ladders,
ris.we to the Vanderbilts, one of her sisters terse, uiitl r'"t x : a Paints '* l-a Prices Low
I Il" Copper cal sal's; tlt! baying married a scion of the great railroad ''0' -- d the I Spar Varnish, ;al's. 1-2 ;ml. ,(lt..,vt", I
loose), and it was at one time thought that [ ;_; O".a.\ .:, I sr; Oils and Leads, al! lill1d II I

the marriage, if it really had taken place, Dyspepsia UostSueii8S33 Rlisjmalism II F. W. DEY01.l lO'S READY MIXEr PAINTS
would be annulled; but now they have bad a : t=c It4 In fact anything: for r.iuldiiiL' or>,li'mp boats NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC. ,

nulLr: ceremony performed by n regular Sallov/ Skin and Files.
JDlniskr in n. regular church. Tho story of '!! u't's Hloc-k no Kist liny Si.,
There i5* no better remedy fortticweconnros : bQJ
the first marriage has been told by one of tliseusi-s than 'i'uft'M J:.'. u '
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the bnde's friends as follows: I Kkiiia, us a trial trill prove 1'ricc,".::'H"L.I = IrrifJ

) r. Gill) and Miss Gvnn were discussing! I Sold Ever whe.:: 0m c'C> ili ------ -- ---- Ityou have any

the marriage laws of New York, which are I IJ7 The BUYERS'GUIDE .

proverbially loose, and Mr. Gill said, band- 4 issued March and Sept.,
Miss "If I I inBD r $ i each year. It is an encySclopedia OLD FURNITURE
i iill I in; Gwynn a ring were to say of usetul iiilor'niation 1 .
take you to 110 my wife" "Why, then we I
1{ i't i' .. ; for all who pur-
'zr" : \:[ } ioI' Yi i.
.would I* married<< said Miss Gwynn. ( caAg$+I' chase the luxuries or the Such as
"Frecisclr," said' Mr. Gill, slipping a ring necessities of hie. We.

I upon ber fin er. .E can clothe you and furnish you with
Jlr. Gill is a playwright. Ho is a jolly ICURE o 8tJj all the necessary and unnecessary CHAIRS
pod fellow.So npptixnces to ride,walk, dance, bleep, ,
I eat: fish hunt, work, go to church, '
say some people.He or stay at home, and in various sizes, SOFAS .
is a down right sneak. .
0t10 and Just figure out
i styles quantities. -
Fo say souio others. W what is required to do all these things .
i At to the truth of tho matter the present F I"'T" S v COMFORTABLY and you can make A: fair ORGANS .
writer knows nothing. estimate of the value of the BUYERS' '
: GUIDE, which will be sent upon
J 4 receipt of 10 cents to pay postage, PIANOS, I
THE FINAL HANGING.IVVriihniu When I fay CURE I do not rican merely to MONTGOMERY WARD & CO.
stop them for a time,and tlnm have them re- r
111-114 Michigan Avenue Chicago
the Last to Ixi Ilxrcutcd In New turn again. I LEAN A UAPICAL. CUR Q .j.j3td BUREAUS, ,
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I have made the disease ot .
York Ileforw the Ago of Electricity. I
On the 4th of January next, unless tho or BEDSTEADS,

governor: intervenes, New York city will FAILING. SICKNESS, I 11t
I Or other Furniture that wish
any you
ban;very old and rather venerable looking A life-long study. I WARRANT my remedy to I
Patrick Tnrkenham l called CURE the worst cnecs. Because others have RE-VARfJISHED AMD: POLISHED
man. may >e .. ,.. USba.a .
for not .4'Yr v91+ a.lY.WaM1K N+.a+wrM'f .Ji ,
failed is no reason now receiving acure. H t
"rencrablo," now that ho has been shut up Send at once for a treatise and a FREE BOTTLE : HsIt4 I
t Call
tuny months and compelled to temperance; of my INFALLIBLE KEMEDY. Give Express E. on the undersigned, at the headof
. tat when ho committed the murder lie was and l'o't OP.icn. It costs you nothing for a ? Main Street, Titusville, where you
I tn ordinary old drunkard. One murder is trial, and it will cure you. Address I I can have all or any of the above articles

II I not much in N,nv York, but this case is ro- H.C. ROOT, M.C. 183 PEARL ST..UEWYCI1KFvRAFUcE I made to look as well as New; or will ."
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I markable. Krause the man is very old, bemuse 1 I call) at residences when work can not bei

; he murdered wife and wa convicted Etm : i moved. Also all kinds of Ornamental:

,I tj the testimony of his son, and because ho d Sign Painting a specialty.
will doubtless lie tho last man hanged in tho
Kate, as tho law for killing murderers by ,"\\"\'\ \'' ,"' / '' s3 W "*T iVi rrr >*** ;in- w. R.. 'rIlT:X:.
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electricity goes into effect immediately after. \ \\ : / /t hI r Tit,, ,'ilh', FJa.
Be will also lie, by very many years, tho I.I\\1111'; Z. i,.. i i iMf.I .
oldest man ever banged in the state; for in \ : 1J1"fl.l t 3 Q I II
Sew York tho criminals ". .tj1. ; I _____ _______
as elsewhere, worst ,, .."" _\" .;;..,"" ,J" ? H
are nearly all young. '. .;.'J'f. k/ .k4.-t1"' tip' ,ilr' I1 y i i I C. BI. SCOT\
Fackenham was a drunkard of long standing ':,. I I: )ORIA AI, 1'. _,' .ffJ = eOI I I II i \ IASTIINlIAIRDKKSSINU
,and on complaint of his wife, for cruelty 'V" .t.c. I I .
was Bent to Black well's Island for a _' t';': SALOOX. j jI

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lie came out enraged at her, and after .'F b'l1j I
== A n'uic e'Jel.lOat K : :rSS <. -IIYO'-, "
taking two drinks =' FEVER .:;. :; ;, -"; ", """ ; : If want clean and shave
c CHILLS I ,;;tk I L ro"'j you a easy ,
\ ,-rte ono evening, stabbed ( C\l' : .. .: ,'::1t I- cico t !r@l.I: l"- JIV A :' 5. : i As clean as barber evergave,
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her to death in :; "
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i tho presence of #@ .:.;:"r.\. i 0 !,e; ,' At morning, eve, or afternoon. .
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+ their It year old .. ? 'M ;" .r. # :: ''
A. s son Robert. T h o t JJ. J. ,"\ J\( \: "]__ Idttj :I I'll cut and comb your hair with grace
; r, : M y. HOME :
ti -defenso put in the / JX ;\ '". t To suit the contour of your face;
v 5 ': plea of "alcoholic ,. 'j hMjl;;! \ i :. To :you I'll give a good s hamoo,

insanity;" but it 1. IIli'/I'I/ );'\\\\ \\ : \\ ; a I IS NOT FURNISHED '! The art of which is known to few.
h !/ 11,6aldLIPPMAW : \ \\ \\"\" : ,
was conclusively
My scissor'sharp, my razor's keen, -
',.*- evidence.overthrown Recorder by the PYAUGEIs I WITHOUT ONE. j. My shop is a ways neat and clean,

Ho'i1 I RAVANX, (;lt., :'iov.IlSSS. I And everything I'm sure you'll find, r
PACKEXUAM.Smyth.: i.ivMdins CALLED TUB Forty Tliou.vu'il' !' 'ii.t'n-rii! Honirn made j To suit the taste and please the mind.
judge in Part III PP iinppy with fine instrument II I.t'C }DlO, .
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of the court of bl'lIeralsessions, occupied an I Wonderful Chill and Fever Espalier and still, the good work,;0'.-, on. : And now to all who patronize intend,

hoar in charging tho jury, and bid down It cures the chills and Tt-vn. t"iuin) tlw "y-trm, O 02 3.OOO l'ianos and Orjraus, !old last year. ,; Just come along ami bring your friends,
the I cives an npintitc, bringingftn-n..;tliand health to the :5KO our uiark for tlii-t>ear.Lower Prices;
principles of the law of insanity with a euffcrer. lU-lt'-r IiicJruiiients; Easier TITIIIH and j And I assure! you I will tryI
ill clearness and specific directness \'(, interesting I ire.itrr Iiidiiceiziri.tHirill gain nt this' increased !I My very best to "atj fV': mayT

to lawyers. The murder tool;; place mile. '
on the 2d of last April, in a miserable room d '1tj Thou! +" andiof homes yet unsupplied smith ; S
.tritiiiriitmlint' umlaut, t .-cay lit enjoying THE P 4 4j
fa West SLOOP""ABHES/n/'
Twenty-seventh street, New York; = them through, our easy sy.teal ofnelliue.! ; ; .
and the parties belonged to n very low andgraded CASH to pay down not nerdrd.Ve have

class. Much sympathy was ex- LPPPi trnl ko A I'LAN by which, WITHOUT RISK, any j commanded byCAPTAIN
Ffessfti for the boy whose testimony con- onnrnn obtain nu Instrument' of any styleor i JOHN McLEAN.
Price, making cither 2IONTI1I.Y: ,
Ticted his: father, as ho behaved throughout : QUAUTCRIA' or YKAKLY: \"UISTSDntil :, :Makes regular trips on Indian River.SIIK .
the tri:1J with a fitness not to 'exacted s paid for, menimiiilo enjoying use! of CAUKIES A FULL SUPPLY OPGroceriesDry
(Prickly Ash Toko Root and Potassium.! ) Instrument. ;
"Wnoneof his: youth and rearing. If the
electrical extortionate price< Xo Rh.k. No Forfeiture
of which CURES
t'xC'CUtlon proves a success: : Goods
there rldID of all cash paid iflliatalhul'ntsnn-
seems no doubt, old Patrick Packen- not bo promptly paid. Contract perfectly
Lain will tale his place in history as tho last SYPHILISPrimary FAIR and EQUITAIU.C. lrotl'cJinapur- Canned Goods
*ttn h.1 chasers from all Imposition' or loss.!
hanged in New York.A t !: Hats, Boots and Shoes
,Secondary,and Tertiary Syphilis,F o Write nand we will point out the way to i ,

Duel.A ilitic Eruptions. Scrofula' and hcrofnlous Eruptions I get a fine Instrument ta..lly nnd nta Low :1 Ladies' Shoes in great variety;Prints all
rerociooily Bloodthirsty Ulcers and Old -ore8. Rheumatism and
duel of tho most ferociously bloodthirsty all disease of the blood ; nil those that have i Price; Wonderful bargain'* for Fall 1888.I j new patterns at low prices.
remitted other treatment yield steadily and surely I I Better than before offered. Prices ';
diameter, The London Dailywonieles any
says to the wonderful power of P. P.1' the great Ready-made Clotliini Toilet Articles
correspondent at Madrid, ba Blood Purifier. I Largely U(>dnrcd. Notice these !SPECIAL ,

just take; place in Gergal, a small town in eI : (IFFGR'tt I XOTIOXS.K .
the province of Huelva. Two men I I
; **For the cash
*no were engaged to two sisters quarreledOVer = Upright Piano only $200 March 15,46 6m. only

some trilling matter and agreed to set- la an Imparity In the blood producing Lumps or ..... 00, 7% Octa".es-OTerst"m &>aleThree8trinJsRosewtjIFuJly
tle their dispute by a duel, in which both Swelling, causing Running bores on the Arms, Guaranteed ,
ould lie Lees, or Feet, for the cure of which use P. P. P., CD -Sweet Tone. Price,
be : wounded, and ono at least should the greatest blood medicine on earth. All these Catalogue SOW WM. H. SHARPE
killed. The conditions agreed upon wero diseases yield readily to the power of P. P. P., Parlor Organ only $65 ,
that the right foot of the one should: be tied giving new life and new strength. T. .

w the left foot of the other, and then, each Four Sets Reeds-11 Stops-Couplers-. ; REAL ESTATE AGENT
being POISONCured IIaud."Omc:Case Catalogue Price,8LW.I
armed with a dagger, they were to BLOOD I
stab one another by turns until one should I Stool,Cover,Instructor,Music Book
dig These barbarous conditions were car- in Its worst: form ; sometimes In cases with I and all Freight Paid.
lied out to the cold Erysipelas,where the patient \\"l18ln Eternal Pain c==> Other Special Offer jut as good. Largest Stock FOR
letter and with the most :
Wooded : and given np by the physicians. In some cases South to choose Irom. TES GRAXD MAKERS.
ferocity, and in the presence of sec- Scrofulous Ulcers broke out till the party was a '- I SOD Different Styles. Can suit all buyers. Write
onds. Each of corruption a bottle of P. P. P. was CITY POINT.
of tba combatants received seven mass ; for catalogues,circulars and Free Copy of our new
disease quickly.
and the yielded
finds procured I
before ono of them expired while I paper "Sharps and Plata,"giving fug and valuable i

>*'**ll>tied removed to his inn antagonist.dying state.The other was RHEUMATISM I ri= i Lands sold on long time with interest, or

REMEMBEROUR LOW PRICES. I,, on the lease system, or for cash. '
Affections of the Blood.P.P.P.stands
Hen And In aD
Women say do with of women men what what pleases pleases tbem.ur them.-; alone really wonderful.and unrivaled, and some of Its cures are : .. ONE OUR EAST RRICE TERMS.ONLY. I Lands cleared and planted, and cared for

&; If you Buffer from anything like Syphilis,Scrofula i IIANDSOME OUTFITS. if desired ; by contract or otherwise.,
Blood Poison, Ulcers Old Sores' Ithenmatism i : ," ,. BEST INSTRUMENTS.ALL .
Women( ofrather or any disease of the blood to rare and i FREIGHT PAID. Refer E. 3L
refer us to say a little evil to Breese, Detroit, Mich.;
give P. P. P. a trial
t than say nothing of them.-A. P. P. P. (Prickly Ash Poke Root and Potas- MONET 15 DAYS'SATED TRIAL.ALL. Jno. C. Norwood, Titusville, Fla.; B. W. .
elnm)Is no secret patent medicine like the many and J. Stras,Tazewel1 Court House, Va.;
on,the market. Its formula is on every bottle, -
lieu would be saints it they loved God'*J thus riving a guarantee of its purity and whole- fitsUEN.&BATEV.SOUTHERN and A. Becker, Montreal, Canada, for
they love woznea.-Salat Thomas. son ness that no other blood purifier does give. MUSIC HOUSE. SAVANNAH GA. whom I have made.eroves.I. .

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.OCAL I -Mr. Robert Ranson, of Canaveral, is J! --For a full line of millinery goods I II

A MERRY CIIEISTMAS TO You. agent for the following publications of step into Mrs. Lowden's, Titusville, and I LOOK AT THAT LAMP! J --

the U. S. survey office: The Coast Pilot, see the latest styles. !
-Ir."ll on of Courtney made a
containing a full description of the coast, I i No Chimney l No Smoke f 18
flying trip to town on Tuesday. -Oyster shell lime, of Al quality, is iI I OMl., I

Orange: crates are scarcer than ever dangers, harbor entrances, etc., with offered for sale by J. Watson, of Eldora. -I w The lrillianev d t;ia..., with the ,-.Qt..n -

charts and views, in parts. Part 21, Price furnished on application ROYAL f a. ucy .. cnceof a Hand I.HI'I"| :>a\- inm :, :0
before this season on our river. Roads flexible r.w. 7,; per rent ol oil l ty a\"tnal
Tybec to Jupiter Inlet, 4-to, -Two thousand choice t..l Ianrt: '
-Mr. G. F. Ensey and family returned cloth ;5ct Tide Talks for two-year-old the lowest ;jrrndi.f kn.: ,e nil -it.
every pointon lemon and ten thousand orange buds for I fcctKifctr, as it i--| ..iiiv..,. ,
end of last non-eltl.tt..
from week.
Tropic the Atlantic coast, 2 ct8. Sailing, sale by E. :;. riley, Titnsville, Fla. I I The anttwnt -:t\ -.1 in-unhimm-v. and i

-Choir practice, at the Episcopal general and coast. charts, outside and inside I for one year awry than pay* fin I..II'. .11
Procure insurance through
Church, this (Thursday) eveningat sevenp. passage. Catalogue and prices on I your For descriptivfataln.'uV., t.u.1,1' 1Ii
Robbins and Graham. A firsl-elass line
.1. 1' TfKMIU. Tl'n'll\!' ILL):.
m. application. Stamps received with or I'Lt,,
The people of Enterprise are once ders. I Agent fur the WANZER 1. \111' I.
Children's:; -\\tar, worth looking at. for ltrevantllraagt- and Ynlttfiaj 1
more at liberty to come and go where -We are requested to announce thata "li.gr.
:Mrs. Lowden's'I'itusville.
they pleas.e.. series of entertainments will be givenat j Krf: rr.. u v PO-I'1IU..tJ1OD. 'tt C>|4 .I..... pars
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A. Durst of Crescent the :I.:
-Rev. James Bolton will preach at Cocoa, in Hill's Hall, during the holidays. (T. \\. :\I..U.l.u.. -. H. U..\. Ltwtt" a 1 I ri.i
Pioneer weH- inker of the State of Florida : other,*. !
It will be ladies and N
t the usual hour on Sunday next, Dec. managed by
of Cocoa for is thew operating: in Titusville. For J.
23rd at Brantley. gentlemen the ptirj oe of l'IJTl11.\1J.I'rt-.i.lt'nl.
the sidewalks information, address box :211. I \t. M. Iii:&,\t '.la+ittt"
improving of the
; left for town.
-Captain John Fitzgerald .

down the river,on the steamer Georgiann, The entertainments will commence on I I j
On \edi day uithfied! IHDIAMWYERBAB.Tiusilli
Christmas e night: near ,
the 25th
night, Tuesday! and
at seven o'clock last evening.Mr. I Pa.. iua>ktd burglars enteit-d ti.e house .
arrived 'in continue one wctk. They will be mirth- I of Jlrs. Ross aWl tortured Per nornbly.They I
G.V.. Reynolds I
ful and lively and suited to the gay season burnt lur felt and Hn.bs. injll. d
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town Tuesday from Charleston en route to of and her eye, choked lie", and the i took all I
consisting vocal instrumental I
his winter home at Lake Worth. they c,till find. The \\ oman may die. Absolutely Pure.
music, dancing, comic songs, recitation, A dispatch from I rip, P.J.. says: A I A GENERAL BAMOKG BCSftESSSACTED. TiU-
-Mrs. Singleton asks us to state that Tins powder never varif'I. A Ul&rvt."l of pints.srrn.tl .
dialogues, etc. Luncheon during the party (f yoiuhs went lnn'ing t uesday ,. and wholeomeinhs. More ecuiioMicai : .
the Titus: House is still open, and she is day and supper at night will be served night : anion, them was jt:<'oo \\'a ther, tnaa the onliiiarkind-, and Cannot be a..I.lm

prepared to receive boarders and tourUts.: in liberal 1 and excellent : The admission a mule L.) IIicat 1J i aiii s get him ""Jllpf'titiou with the niiiltitiule of low test, .-liortwrijht I txclmme bought anti .olds 1' PC'1II1 i ,..,
style. :iliuii or phosphate powdern. Sold i)i.l\ in
drunk and 1 ft aim -u a Lain i.e was iuuipt atu-nlion given luet.alfot.t-- u..
About fifteen or twenty tourists arrived is fixed at 25 cents ; dancing, 25 fo n'i ue .vl \esoidij. .iieewillLe : 'ins.N.-w York.ITHE Royal. Baking Powder Co.. 10n Wall Strett inotiatiMl on tint' mortjnwr for'tt.....
] .inU>. t'rI1UJratioll-9 anti ImliTttliuU. hkr
on the train yesterday morning cents; lunch or supper: 23 cent*. Mrs. tioubevr it. tst ulloxved time posit--*.

and were observed enjoying a stroll about \\'. II. Peck and! Mrs. C. W. Harrison In the iirit sh house ftf < omiron-> east TROPICAL Advanced made main availably roll.ierj.
night, Sir: J..ne* l'ergu-()n. f tr j ijiitoie-
town. will superintend the entertainments, and hit old :. .\IT i'o vet I usinvss: I"r dhcooari.
tars: '('j; to i a' (iolt li C.iUithiil. I --- -- -' "'--' 4 = I
-Drop in at Mrs. Lowden's Millinery under their attention and zeal, the successof tail! t ,a, the Aiue i vn mmiMtr r Jrnft on all 1'nrts of Eartgr.I .

Dazaar, and see the many attractions the project will doubtless be a for li:'d p,e ent tl notLe o.. t e ba".,;.\'nieafuiT Ladies' & sGen1s'REST1LURANT. I Co Ilushe s dune ut Jk.......... .......
a few days a ;o. :>11.1 ;h,it it had I
there displayed ; suitable for all chimes tunate and beneficial movement for that b en ieft rn'.l to L( rd' hack:.lie for < omm .:n'rr favor.ttrni 4rntttIt1,n,if

in price and quality.The place. nt. TIK-* ors,.s>;ji'"iuien,e on tl e sub- banting, clietrrfoUjr estee4.d.
ect coil 1 not b published until' com- I
Presbyterian Church choir will -A capsize, on Sunday, during the "plete.A Near Railroad Depot, I COIUE'I'ONIE\'I: $: Iktltk oC.: '......n"i
II i
be reorganized to-morrow (Friday) evening !heavy southeast wind in the afternoon, dis'; ateh from \\aco, Te as. says: II I I i i t ttlnatbank

at seven o'clock, under the superintendence caused quite a stir on that peaceful day II. F. IIo.an old exrr's man. was THus\'iHc. Florida. i iIrs. i ______

of Mr. A., F. Williams.. Mrs. A. Corwin and her sister and child the arrested Pad at.k' Denton. press yesterday company for o.ro:.>5 i g U ) L. A. :Mackenzie, Proprietress.IEALST : TO B.ENr.

-Christmas and Xew Year presents, were out sailing in the Dolphin with aMr. last e< Anderson, and when about midriveroff was aJ ted to belong to the naonal: republican -
very suitable for this festive season, committee, and dii pared A ONE &TOKY AXl .\ 1IAIJ"
for both ladies ami' gentlemen, at Mrs. Sand Point the boat turned over, but mysteriously at this point. When ar- LUNCHES. :t

Lowden's, Washington avenue, Titus- luckily did not sink. Mr. Pierce, on reste Howe broke down and confessed I i!
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ville. board the Rockledge, noticed that the to the crime. I II I HOUSE FURNISHED

sail of the boat disappeared suddenly and SOUPS, OYSTERS, ICE CREAM, I ,
-Dress trimmings, laces and nic. KAY & BRYAN
concluded a capisize had occurred he ,
nacs in great variety. Also a full line of ,
launched lifeboat off the MIMS Station
a steamer and At near ,
embroidered silks, filling flosses, arresine, .Artf ;n.za VVellA.
with one oar and a piece of another BREAD, CAKES & PIES.
at New York prices, at Mrs. Lowden's,
reached the Dolphin, after a hard tug at u AT $t G PEI MONTH. ADWU .
Table Board
Titusville.Mr. at Reasonable rates. Families -
rowing. All on board were then brought
W. B. Beach, of Cocoa, spent ashore, pretty badly scared, but not IRRIGATION CONTRACTORS,

Tuesday and Wednesday Titusville to otherwise hurt. We hear that the cause DECIDED HOME COMFORTS. Mrs. K. J. Hamilton, City Point, Iii

in the entertainment at Solicit Correspondence.
assist given of the boat -
capsizing was on account of .

Wager's Hall last night, at which he was the boom dipping in the waves, and TITL'.SVILLE, J.'I OIUD\. ,

quite an acquisition.Mrs. this the sailor could not avoid, as to allow 33 TIN ROOFING T

Pritchard, of New York city, the boat to broach-to in the sea

wife of the late Col. J. N. Pritchard, would have precipitated a capsize imme r

i and maternal parent of President Pritch diately.The. j Guttering 4 and Metal Work of all Kinds.Corrugated .

ard, of the Indian River Bank, arrived benefit variety entertainmentwas Is t odr4 licit ir i t ?opi'isnert'lV! n,0
mh n CM p.iier |iiiblMiMl a>.d hat (be lan.i"tpiicuiun
here last Friday morning on a short stay ir: of nnv papa<>f its etas'. in I lit*world. Iron
given as announced last Roofing
night to
Fully llln-trit t. Best ciass of Wnod En'rr.Ing ,
with her son and relatives in this neighborhood +. ru''i' l el weeklv. 5er d for 9p- om>n.nr.
I only a moderately filled house. Indeed ,,. I'n .inyc.ir. inrni< nthx*timl.il.MLN.N .
: we think the play deserved a larger *. i U., rtTJiUMUic:.,3t Uroadw-j, >.i". Galvanized Iron Cornices.

-Capt. II. Q. Hawley and wife returned house on its merits alone. The singingwas r RGtHT :oTS (1 tntD:nQr4
on the m >rninir train Tuesday, excellent, and the leading minstrels Edition: cf Scientific American. 3

and will make their home at the little showed themselves be A $'rt's.. Eati! i to quite artistes in .tlu. n.plii'tlates(>t cyantrvaiut city rtbICII..r Estimates Given and Work Executed in all Parts of tte State.
cottage Jtcently fixed up by the Captain. their line Messrs Beach Altree and .es -. 'JUblic' buhtiWllI.! \'mlt'rtlu" ..nlltan..j.:>
!{.'1.1 ttiO: i II.I'i !" and M'eettieatiurs far the u-e <.J
.rhc.nn') "'it<* l>iii.rtiiu.: l'r.; .fftlb ;_1/1 W. T. COTTER Sanford Florida.
mpl "f' r.
A stay of a little over two month's at the Davis each filled their positions admirably .::. a ..u;>>. .t:;X.X \. cu., l'l'Ul.1.UiilJ.:: : 2J ,

north has iued him to gain: coniderably l and it must be said that Mr. Altree I, ..... -
r """ ?:,r 9:'m'1Y besfon* --------------------------------- -- '
in weight. could not on account of cold ; ] t';;' a' ': \t\\ll'&l by "IH.J .
a '
severe ,
h. ;:' ( r --1''tl. ". I): to )1l'-
-Mr. Durst has a,reed to make another do justice to himself with his voice. t. ......-:J.,.'....'!oI.3A..t I.C):l".'.i1'r., ar>',- havehadott\ Cll.. w h" WE CALL THE ATTENTIONOf
week's run on the artesian well on Quite a number of encores were called a-j:}.;; 1 ,.:./, "1'.1." :r.u(":.'ric':i j.':'I,c. ".'J'sad A nlt-an have made rnd HOt Fur r the people of Indian River to our stock of l ,ow'di.
{ '< ::... o tia.ubovli t'orres-
: s .r :
the condi'ion that the town pay the expense and responded to, Mr. Beach appearingin pJr.icnctjUlY:r p"I' (" !j.Il"; :.;;;. which we are ollering at very close margin

of the work for that time. Up to one of them singing; a favorite song, TRADE MARKS. We make a specialty; of

yesterday: a limestone wa> encountered, "Cling to Me Little One Ever," and Mr. P.heaseytnnr,' O. ..>>. :,[ply'.;:::"i-All, ii':\' 'fifrttl A: t'u.,8r.in.l the protuie Pat.
Davit encored ',....'Ii..'"- JivttCt..JD. si:ii for Handbook.cliarts .
which seemed to !o'1;ndl1p water almostas with the famous Irish
I':;I'Y S1I'IT- rir 1..WK' Groceries Grain and FloDf
4. !
white as milk. character song, "Land League Band." ". ,., :.... ;':',.rt.," Autrt,.+ Hay \
'1 r: ',:; ix! CO., I'.Ji-.il o.Hcitor. ,
-For Sale, the crop of Kentucky \I Mackenzie in "Cocoanut Dance" did <,I.'.. s \j. OH 1(1::: ...t HI.U.\II\\\Y.-;. V'

Grove, mar LaGrange, about 1,000 boxes. exceedingly well, receiving a round of --- -- On which we will give special inducement We carry a large stock of

Oranges from this grove brought 3.95 applause, and Mr. Alike C astiall was encored EACOTT & CO. GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS, BOOTS AND SHOES, HATS AND CAPS, ETC..

: loudly on his clog dancing. Dr.Graham' ,
per box at the auction stiles in Jacksonville TITI7SY1LLC Which N care offering at low fignreThose needing shoes will find it lreatlrt'their
recitations FI.1.,
last sea>on. Address, Jerome were received at- interest to give us a call as we are selling
Twitchell, Kansas City, Mo. ; or JacobN. tentively. His recital of "A cure fornheumati TIN &SHEET.IRON\VORKERS. will be pleased to quote prices at any time.

Feaster; LaGrange, 1'la.The m" was highly laughable, and JoA> .

tremendous rainfall accompanied was very well given, while the pathetic Ea La JBR..AD .tL r

"Deserter" cru-.ed feelings of sadness to GUTTERING
with high wind Monday morningUamnjjed ------ ---------------- ------- -------- --- ----- -
follow him through the lines as he recited
the gardeners somewhat in this And Manufacturing of Tin Ware.
them. The "Deserter" we consider one ROBBINS & GRAHAM
section by blowing and beating down ,
of the best recitations we have heard him GALVANIZED WORK
the tomato plants, etc., that were growing -
render. The proceeds amounted to about And Repairing: of all kind s
very rapidly. They will recover I Ir
$P 0--perhaps a little I les*.
without much delay or setback. Location : Mali ST., ttcarriv'er. REAL ESTATE BROKERS & LOAN AGENTS.

-Mrs. J. Wager and her sister, Miss 32

E. J. Clapper returned from their fourmonths' lliy evidence against Hawes, the supJ.OSMJ -

sojourn among friends and relatives mulatin Birmingham murderer, is acc gLIDELOA SINGER

in New York last Saturday morn- Large subscriptions; in I ranee. to the WARRANTED 5 YEARS. LANDS BOUGHT AND SOLD. f i

ing. Their friends here congratulate themon Panama canal f. n J wero Lade yesterday LOW ** -"" HIGH i
their improved health from their trip and DeLesseps was reported to be ABM, f w&i rf J *>"fZ" \- }-- ABM, Loans Negotiated on First Class Security at from 12 to 24 per cent I I
overjoyed at the of hU I
and stay in a colder climate.Mr. enterprise.The prospects great Choice lots in rapidly growing Town, will net investors 100 per

N. C. has located his cent. in twelve months.
Bryan engine schooner. Church, bound from
near the river bank, in the rear of Cape Charles to Norfolk Liht, sunk in Residence lots in Titusville from S20 up to $1000.

S. II. Ray's store, and will give his attention the s-t( rm on Monday night. Captain Business lots from $ !5O to S2-3(X).
Eno h. Mate Harris and on of the crew I
to cutting orange box heads and were lost. .:.i

stove wood. There has been an opening Abostthree hundred refugees y,. Agents for Florida Southern Railway l Lands.

here for some time to a person who would to Jacksonville; yesterday. As no feveror '
cut stove wood, and Mr. Bryan will new cases have been reported for two .iw IM ) cir More than 3,000,000 Acres of Choice Lands, located in nearly I tt.t'rJ

doubtless fill the long-felt want. days the bulletins.board of health will issue no county in the State, suitable for Farming Grazing, Fruit and 'V egetabl
more gad
I1J Growing-Pine, Cypress and Cedar Tiber, price 81 per Acre
-The steamer Rockledge resumed her
..n.the meeting in
; New York Tester-- upwards.
trips from this place to Melbourne on day A the stockholders of the East Tennessee I
P. 0. Box 250 Titusville Florida.A.
railroad the .
Tuesday, much to the pleasure of those following officers
were eJected: President. Gen. Samuel r
traveling up and down the river: and also Thomas vice president, Calvin S. Brice; A. STEWART, GEO. M. BOBBINS, WALTER S. GRAHAIL

to the crew of the Georgiana, who have ecreaJL.. )f. Schwann; treasurer, G. Clerk Circuit Court. Atty. at Law. 3L
had a hard time of it trying to do the M. Mitchell.

business of the route since the travel has I >ine hundred and fifty telerhones, FIFTEEN DAYS' TRIALIN BREVARD COMPANY.
heretofore the property of the National ABSTRACT OF TITLE
picked up. The Rockledgo seems to be Improved Crescent City and New Or YOUR OWN HOUSE BEFORE YOU PAY ONE CENT.
High-Ana Machine has gelf-settlnc needle,
the old stand-by yetbut will undoubtedly leans Telephone companies, were burned lands In Dre-
elf'threndlng; shuttle, is noiseless! ana Complete Abstracts of Title furnished to all
in 'NeOrlean3 under the direction of Us.:tit'lining::,has the finest set of attachments
be in few weeks the
supercede4 a by : Frank K. Knight, of the American Bell in a velset-llned case. Don't pay yard countFlorida..
iron steamer St. Lucie recently igents |ss or $60,but send for circular. Remember
new !
Telephone company of Boston. These
we guarantee our machine equal to highpricednachine
any Perfected.Box .
built'for this river by the J. T. & K. W. i instruments 'were'adjudged by the on the market. Address Titles Examined and
: United States court to infringe on the The C. A. WOOD CO.,
By. Co. I Bell patent. .17 N. 10th St., Philadelphia, Pa. : 28O, Titusville, Fla. i


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