The Florida star
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00075901/00131
 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 27, 1888
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note: Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note: Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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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: UF00075901:00131
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Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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Paul Gallic loins. Messrs. Add 3Iorrison and Will A Header for the Steamboat These have been published by the above Orange JIal'liC .

I Christina* passed over with the usual tlitchings cartie down Friday night from Company From Tillmaii.TILLMAX journal, and they show how utterly impossible Reported by G. S. Palmer, Wholesale

&b4'p scenes of festivity and amusements. lockledge[ where they have been painting FLA., Dec. 17th, 1SS3. : it i is for a candidate to please Commission Merchant in Southern Fruits

and finishing;: the house of Hon. II. Star everybody.A & Produce, 1C6 Meade st., X. Y.As .
Capt. Bennett's new residence i is on a Editor Florida :
towards completion. S. Williams and M r. James Paxton. )large: number of the writers say that we approach Chriotmthe demand
Sailboit ahoy are riggings: X11!1
fair way your ;
They returned increases for
to llocklcdgc Monday to : oranges, yet the out town

4t .. Mr. C. II. Walton has been spendingthe finish their work there, after which they taught and are you in good fix to compete wump,"g-"to much of a civil-service: reformer trade is now pretty well applied and the

Christmas holidays here. will proceed to Lake Worth to finish with the grunt lam, yclept Indian ," or tlwt he "kept too many republicans late arrival the lane part of which will 'I

'. )Ir W. II. Gleason arrived home Mr. )McCoruiick's ellce. River Steamboat Company, who says so in office." On the other not reach here in time for the Christmas __
grandly, its our wharf and our tracks,
week after a lengthened visit north. Cold, colder coldest, was the way List hand, not a few of the letters dcdarClcyclamrs trade, being yet under the way, will haveto
I last
per consequence sailboats need not apply l,e sold on the New Year market.
week compared, we heard people "civil-service reform was aslianu.
The late frosts have completely exterminated many I although! we, the peoplevlid. make a Receipts of Florida orange yesterday were
threaten to south if it continued. Again, writers complainof
go many
yellow fever in this State, andwe donation of$: fOOO), to build the railroad ome )7CO boxes by the Ocean Soam-hip
One lady remarked the thought it i Cleveland because they think he \
4hit,- now seldom hear it mentioned. very from Enterprise to Indian River, and Co., besides a few cars by II. U. Mandarins
cold one morning: till she saw the thermometer "toadied to the British; while others !
<; XesLitt and Johnson which the .. ''. & K. W. lly.. now con and Tangerines are in excess of the demand
IX Ies..r: rant, stood at 08; Some damage was voted a:!ain ,, the Christmas trol. Yet it'we wish to get our freight but the receivers do not incline to
spending "
" of Courtney+ were : done to tender plants in limited localities l.unlachiJll': or because lie fished i!
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. 31. at Titusville, we are told 1 bj the emissaries : make any concession in price. Tangerines
holidays at '
rule Chas. Creech for the Irish vote.: (Only] small -
they escaped. a
asa proportion
of the J. T.'A: K.V.. lly.. 3 on can selling from :&; 3.0 to 7.00 per box, latter
icon's.Mr. reports no damage done on Mcrritt's Is- have the freight, but you must keep of the complaints relate to Cleve for very t line fruit. Mandarins from $:3.00
hatch will later return to I land's tariff views. The
on, pension vetoes
: :
JU.. j and.The away from our wharf: You can't have to i$.j.OO.11 choice russets are r.ow meeting -
Canada for his family, who intend becoming loot: the President the support of
.. slight improvements in Mrs. our trucks;so we are compelled either to with ready hale, and 17i'and 'JOO sizes

permanent residents on Eau Clark's case proved illusive' failing and have the freight! hauled to another I, Some of the reasons which democrats bringing from $:!00 to $2.25 per lox, and

laCIta. Gallic river.Mcsrs. growing weaker constantly till :she at point to load or let this blood-suckng': ; !i! give fur voting: for Harrison are curious:" straight lines of v:1fiouttoill'S $1.50 to$*!.(} ).

an (ileason's steamer Unique, last expired on the Afternoon of Sunday, :side-show of the J. T. &. ILV.! ., the I enough to merit special attention, and Fancy bright*, selected sizes, $2.7't to :&.l>0

rr41. -. and Mr. Win. Trcutlcr steamer Maggie Dec. 23rd, at the advanced age: of 82 titan lliver Steamboat} Company, take n.1 are : and other brights $2.00 to $::v0;: > a box.

j Dillon, arc being put in order preparatory ears. Her kindly ways endeared her to freight at outrageous: rates, and! then I "After Mr.Cleveland's election and elevation There is i a constant inquiry.foriinything

to ruuriin a }large: circle of friends, and many beside perhaps laud it at places) three to ten i. to the Presidency he went up in in the way of veritable, and cnenn+bcr.,

]her immediate relatives will miss the :North woods and remained:: there for egg plant, pea, leans, etc., are held at linn
s. Mr. John McAllister has boon verybusy miles from our homes, only to get it by I

't.- preparing his land for beans andtom.itoes. grandma Clark's cheerful worehl1l l'lcao.i-: sailboat! after all, costing us as much some weeks fishing, fighting gnats, and '. prices. Few egg plants arriving and K-l-
! j smile living in a shed like n wild hear. I mule. ling from t.o0 to $&00 per bbLvegetables Other
4 1 lie has also driven his artc- ant perhaps as it would to be loaded at Titusville -
mind then! that no man who had so doing equally as wdl.
-------- uj my
san well pipes over 21)0 feo.t, but there and brought to our places. So. ,
much barbarism in his nature was fit to be
is no flow of water jet. Lake IVorlJi. we say to Titusville, build your citizen's A Meiaesito.
lit: president( of the civilized republic such as
Jail 'I The weather here Christmas Dayalthough Frost, wharf and have si good tramway to the this." Only a lock of hair,

!m Sure as you live. depot and it will not only help business Just one loved tress,
"l'r.fine and warm in the frre-
1 bills I
. No "My reason was four bright $10. Resting w> softly there
danger yellow fever .
now.A for but will help to build it.1ud .
Liter you we you
turned out disagreeably wet : breast.
nooti- : had rather iuavAthe money than to see LToii my
the which precluded very heavy rain fell on the 17th to owner: of aiJInatct:: : y:)ur-
in day
on many Cleveland president. Now I know where Only a lock of hair,
t from taking sundry "trips abroad." E. 15. Plunkct leas: string beans and is selves in :good shape for business, and my Hour and coal are coming from." One curl of brown ;

eating them. _. we will patronize you if your prices are But v 0.4.01'" fair
of the
Mr. and :Mrs. Treutlcr and :Miss "He i ignored tne true big men
*' )' r reasonable and will let this ofiahoot Come floating mrn.
1 Anna JxihuL-r arrived here from Chicago Miss Alida Brown left for Jacksonville we democratic party." I
of the J. T. & K. \V. know that though Only lock of hair
"1 the civil-service law." a
MII Saturday morning. Mr. and Mrs.Tr on the 18th. utterly despised
; : they may own the railroad: wharf: the., I In a gulden bed ;
w "I voti-1 l'r Harrison because they paid
relation and Yet 'tis of value
MI tier expect some Rev E. Hale has a guava tree two rare,
du not, nor can: not, own the river; in the highest price. \Vc HM>r people lookUp Tia from head.
in the ; }
arrive later
, friends to on SC-INUI. years old from the heed with fruit on.fteo. .
"" fact it is not for sale. >n election day as the ijrpntest of holiday XL'TTIF.I.y OlmrlW.P .
j 11 I r. John Mellor shipped four boxes A. Hale left the lo'th for New
on ,
!'t I suppose: the Co. will let us ]land at *, and thank the law-makers for giving

?,'.. ..j' '.r. itet1!* to Chicago), and the express York on a purchasing trip. their wharfii'we have anything to ship ns a chance to sell our votes, for which we 'o\'Vn Ordinance.An .

, ,.I.} u'':ri: s amounted to $1<*. After: paying Churchorviees on the Kith, but it away, oh yes! then the hoe is: on the oth- get furl, drink, and n.om-y." limits oMlimnce ui the town extending ot'Titusvill.tilt''.corporate

t'r j .therittg the oraujws, cost of boxes, was too windy to hold Sunday School. er foot. Their i recent orders in regard "Through the intervention of a liquor Re it ordaiiH'il by the Toivii 'uiihcil) ofthe

.-tthey tuot hive beou rather ex1 Assistant-keeper 1) A. Allen, ur.J u- to their: truck aid measly old wharf I dealer I and a republican exi'haitgi-d votes tatvu .it fitmistlllet that wlierea- aitS!

1 l' M-i\e i oranges.Mr iitc.rcaniedoTvu on the 15th and returned has, caused= \'ivnl deal of iir' feeling -lie voting for Hill and I fur'Itrri.on." 'Council certain has h-ci.ircd territory itsintciiliou tn tht town fir :aiinexinjr otTttu.vilie -

< : J and Mrs. Trcutlergave a dinner on the 17th. down the rh er. For my: part if I had a "I held him responsible for the attack on anti including i he same \\itli-

i ..".\ in :Sunday; 't and notwithstandinguiprnphu million pounds of freight: after their arbitrary -,th-tt pure democrat, (;OV. Ilill." i in its!! co.potato limits and jurisdiction ;
Grape pie is one of'thc dessert hereabouts and whereas notice of such u.tc.Hi.-i n !h.-:
I : u> state of the weather, I order, the should not have a 'lie went fishing memorial day. I
the grape: being picked fresh been pulilihe l for four eoo"4Rntite
'!:l. a large UiWl'.aUYV8 proMiiifc: to from the vines. I sin.lie l pound. We ought: not only have "1I ? wanted to return the rebel flags. weeks in the Florida STAU. a newpHperpnldinhcd

1'iiiake at the good_ things provided. a citizen's'wharf: but ought to have aCitizen'sSteauitr in said town ot Tifiillc; and
Thereafter Lake Worth has been)I ,'xpln'tlilll"e
whereas thirty days having
Tl1t.4" trarvftt""""'cba.et"J", ; Conuianj, Jnd eYerfruit Cocoa S ntc-rtalnn1f ntH. .
hauled out for overhauling, preparatory the adoption and upprovnk oi .iKJ or:In.anev
t" whteb'all did ample. justice. On 'for winter business. and vegetable. '1'ower'ifgti tosttekholders be Coca, FLA.. Dec. 2ItU, 168& declaring the intciiikm ot annexing!! '

( '!tristtnas evening quite a number eon- ...... and not -let any monopolizing "'tar; ," t the t'n.no1"lI'fc* rnbnl in *! ilNow. ortllnauce :
and 1S':1. Hurdln's family: arrived on the I Wdor Fin.I : ; tluri'torc. IM- ir further vn&ailwd
_-nod ul the same rendezvous, ;; company dictate to usAs longas
mThe >rtainment for flat tin toMouiuu; 'seribt'ti h'rritury.
21st from Eu:4i.lUd: will reside here KAK ent'
,il I and ittetruiuental music 1'as large- their rates arc .reasonable no fault to-wit :

i 'I'tell? .1 1 iu 'IY tho>e present. Among permanently. could be found, but when we have to the improvement of the walks of Cocoa All of frtetioual''CLIi>u tiiiit-foiir (;)4 '.
eveniusiVii The I*. took Jupiter convened last evening, in "Hill's Hail," and the southeast junrt.fr (S. E. I-li lsrctioii '
the M-.ry to -
I.. \ ," i'hl1\. part its a run up pay 44 cents un three and a half pounds I
:'J-J all in totvn-t.ip
( )
of the thirty-thr
Under the able management puV
-<- 0' -i v. ta u' Mr; J. O. Walton, on the 17th and returned on the from Titu\'iHe to Melbourne, it is I t\vent y-oneil) south ol'ranije; thiay-lh e

Mi-i I' I.. ti-d Mtgs. It. P. Blatdi, 18th, bringing; : a 'lo,d of lumber r.rJ rather too t+n'. So build your wharf I lie- pirit(1 people of this place,. and although \;3,*)) .cart be annexed) tt o andish<'liy tl-:

'. I. r'-..It..n.: (J it'"i. {'!'rkl', etc. Mr.ii Capt. II, }'. Dye. I jxudeii.cn and you will hear a different I the! cloud looked threatening the elated to hel portion ot and subjfrc' ru
hall TCB fairly) filled with our best citizen the jurisdiction of the said town ot 1 1-
'I i Zia ". Tr-utler ,'uL'rtaiuNl: quite a SAM. I song from the! dictator. ?. Hville.. Ilrvvant county. Florida ; and

: t null* : :,t :'i'p'T, .'i"'l during the even.ii ---. ------ i l ir. Weed has n fine patch of tomatoes. -. City Point was well representedby the corporate limit arc hereby \iendcd.
kind l friends, also\ who lame tocncour- i'mettilltlht' abovt-elescn'x' : j. .wi cike \Vs plentifully sup'i"1 Indian Hit' Grower'sAssoclatiou. i Son ato
.t: : : cs Orange
I :ither! warm and plca uit now, and I the tori eause with their prrsence and are dclined to be as lollou-.
I age jr
'; <1 iht host 8i1.1 l li"f>te>". .
we appreciate it.3Ir. to-wit : 4Beginhimg
I ( )
--.- -- Pursuant to adjournment ofa meetin i money. at ,SOIItiMtlst COr !*M' 4.1

.' 'lclbolll'Ut'nl' -. oft ( stock Iioldcisuf the Ht udhm Kiv- A aieh'.ine i nntkinu gre.tt i im- 11 I I I return thanks to those who have assisted frH tiutlll section three. (;J) iu township

provcments: his e-tutif'ul home., me. I have receiveil nothing but tveoty-two (:!:!). outh ot range thirr-
1 \ I :::\;e is: up f i'r; I.. 11. Smith o.\'?.. er .rh at City Point on Saturday 15th inst. Our sfhvjol flourishing i : under the I. kind help) and assistance from all, and I northeast t ort er ot that tract ut lui'l:

: ; 'rI,(- a-1-,'ihtlon; again (:eon\vnnl tuisame I ex--_%!lkut i e;ire of hiss Mtty Y ulentine.t wi-b t,) state to the people through your known ;I* .Ilelespine! HnUlt ; trotH
Tli.. !l( v. .! .t::. Bohlin'eInd: :!tl thence HIMtWlvi lon ; the Himhci.i
}place tin thisSaturday' 1)(.(.. -21- :8.l'r"Mit t ::\ our northern visitors have returned J jwj>er that we shall be glad to have them iiueol'tuKl tetespluehratathe i..
::-, i li. : vt hcrt tin ( !ti tm'-- 1):1) hmiiMlaiy
Chairman C. B. M airruder. !, and all .are :M work and Kakinu:: I come and give MK encouragement and "th'Jt comer ot the cast lea!: < .t

.*lr. -'tfli''y'-, oucumiurs on h'uli; I'ine At-ting; See retar\ A. L. Hatch and fifteen thinsis: hum. j I help by their presence. seftf jn four in township twenty-two.
:. !lat south nf thirty-five: rast. aetMii li II.,
: .1 .: Turkey Creek UU raimge
::1 : It has been said! unkind
other citizens.On by lerrtit'rly
f 31!r. Storey has bee'i! making eonsiderj "N'lIlUt..t from tlnsifc iu"
II> purvey
.. ., > .. .along; ?:' .. place, northerly along the western I l.'oiiiid.i 1.\ .,.

Mr. '-. ( '. Oliver ?" ve u* avail last uL.cril.c: their nameti st wk. the tdlowiir ; I t encumber: fruiting.Plan etc. If thy will only come: and judge said east half ot said section: tour (I; au.i

i.L !11.! :?loin,, .: ruling: business addeu for themselves, tbm find how deeply along the w'*t.:rn boundary of the southeast -
ir names were ; ;;;
ha\v }been received for Mr. K. quarter ot section thirty-lhiv \V.J.I
i''i: .,!Ill'J 1 !*t"l"- .trdl as lumber I A. J. Whidock, U. A.) Uingrs-*. J. O.I J.dingras J. I N. Smith's cottage; which will make I they have wrought our good! and cfll'r-I in town.-hip twenty-one, J coulii .. .
I Iur. i L. ..i-l : :. and ftutilj and Miss Le- I L. A. (ttml;:gds, Lculs: Jo\\e, L.II. I creek. I'y' little community. I trust you east to the northwest co. -
show the
uuito a on of 'aid f'c'liHd
of said southeast
: i i.S ,' ,,urinl h..t veek. Miss Put- Ora, E. P. Porchvr E. W. Hall W. Me--r C ,rlu-t Teed: andMaccomhcv !! your Iriend* in Titusville and elsewhere, I I thirl .-tftrtf'. from quarter thence run ea-t"iv!, '

i ... i j- .< .tr.h the :>u! lL- school hl'fwe A. Simmons, Frank Wooten, T. E. liar- i : ; 1 will come to our entertainments some along northern boundary of said011:1.i.-

:ir. dee, Tho*, II. Sanders. Get K. ('hcster. jl have been dmn the river null were glad | night during the week. To-night the far eit quarter of section thirtj'-three t 4.t.'to
to ::et houu-, for the long: norther was il tin western boundary of section.. ,
has : famed and most amusing play of 'The
\\ 1::1'1' that Mi. John) K<*e who I klhirty-four in said township tw nty'c4Il'.

yt,11 ..e:ill;.:: aro Krk f h' )Ir. E. P. Making in all twenty-six subscribers: I t not pleasant. j Peak Sisters," will be played. south of range: thirty-live (3.1). t'hnci'
has decid I i Vi'e use' .',.rr.. to s::yv.e lo*;o one of!'j Our Friday night entertainmentvill I northerly along the west line of -t.-l:
)lrtn.:4lurim.!: \ '. the )p :-year, to stock i
8a\.uiiKih. Frank Stranli. of Committee Constitution our most goiial settlers, Mr. Fred )IaeI open with music and character song by section; "tnirty-tour to the "drthI
", 'I l to iin\e to Report on I t corner of said) section thirty four. tu'
':+I.t: ;..I'n hipjace, an.l we sire and by-laws called, report read and rcI comber. He rocs: to .J:'<.k )nx'ille to represent Mer W. Beach and (T. Davie-! cn a same being on the shore oi Indian ilivr

-,are'.. :::1 1 p: ive equally aflaHe and 1)I\1.1 I e6i"eta. .cn 'IP hy sections and discussed -I the great fertilizer firm of Dar. j recitation by Senator Williams and a lit- from said northwest cornerof said "diC)..

.;.ii. amended and adopted, after iing & Co. i! tie humorous lecture by Prof. Peck, with thirty-four Indian lliver., nm due from east thence to the run chaullf'lof -outh-

Me:... ..-. .\. II. and L. R. Alexander, which adopted a* a whole. I Mr.: Idner's garden: and flowers look\' reading and song by other gentlemen I erly along the western meander Hue I oii

k N. J- arrived on Saturday A Board directors was then elected well. He has had some beautiful Orchids and ladic, also dancing and supper after :i said chumt l to u point due eat of : :-i.1'I
iVt i I nookeat l ,
I| atttheaStcorner of fractional sevfl.j!)
chosen G. S. Har Dendrohium Mobile in bloom. | the performance.
the following being : .
igot. These gentlemen proix et" I[ three in township twenty-tiyq, south .r
spend the winter here in making; anornithological I! dee L. A. Gingras: C. B. Magruder. A. His strawberry beds !look well, and arc On Saturday night the 'Donkey Par- I range thirty-live east from tli n<.e m ,

collection. They have a L. Hatch, W. H. Sharpe. E. P. Porch- 1 white with bloom His Japan plum i I ty'* will come (lif and a rare treat is expected. -j I due east to said sou t beast corner ot -vii',1

'.'cat naptha or oil -engine boat 19 feet, er, A. Brady, Dr. G. W. Holmes. Col. grafted.on native stocks, have made avery i A first prize will be given to'I the fractional place: or wet'point ion tiiree.of bt'gnuinr.the "same: ttrlu.! ;
HI length, beam four and a half feet II I Lewis Powe. fine Brut th. He has some to spare the one who gives the "Donkey"; the I, The territory cibr.iced within the

find preferable toa I, The following elected officers: this season. The Turkey Creek grove .most becoming tail and a "booby" prize furtgoing boundaiics; and which U hereby -
they expect to .'. :I Maj. C. B. agruder, President, L. looks grand with its load of golden fruit I to the one who h least successful in giving declared to constitute the lawn otTitnville
tiling craft with a ll)1inIret.'zt. ; is shown upon the unit of
A. L. Hatch under the efficient of J. 31. a tail to the tailless Donkey.
We were much pained to hear from A. GingrasYice-President. care manager the United States survey as all oi

l>r. DuBose that their departure for I Secretary and Treasurer. Miner. I Last night the poor fellow received fractional section three and the east
r. instructed to notifythe AL AM4tNDA. about fifty tails, but not cine where adonkey's half ot fractional section four in tnvuriilp -
.,. Florida was indefinitely postponed on i! The secretary was I I twenty-fvo (:!2)), south of range
j tail is .
usually I
account of the serious illness of his stockholders to pay in ten per cent. I seen. |I thirty-five east. and! all of fractional

laughter Miss Susie, and later that her I of their stock on or before the 15th of Hard to 1'Icwsf Kverybody.All :i Capt. Paddion ha kindly oft.:rcd to I j section thirty-four! and the south-cast

fcvcrand it January next. Quite :i number then the democrats in the State of New : give special rates to any one wishing to I quarter of section J thirty-three ((33 iu
malady proved to be typhoid in said towu hip t\\eulv-one. south of
forward and handed rauguthirtyfive
came Cleveland I down to the entertainment.
York who votedavainst were I come
I .
wa very doubtful if they came to Florida '' (35): ).
t at all this winter. Their numerous amount.Meeting adjourned and Board of Directors i- recently invited by the New York 11 We hope to have a good ssidc-walfc upon Passed by Council. Uecenib ISSx

with the announced a meeting of their World to send to that journal their which visitors to the town can walk D. 1:. WILSON, Pres. I'.d. Aldermen.
friend hero athize deeply I'
A 1 clerkPllro'ecJ. .
symi Attest : 04'0.1.1. tree,
Afflicted family and offer heart-felt body to be held at this place Thursday reasons for J opposing the candidate of I and enjoy themselves. .\ Decmber JSSS.

r. the text 27th at 10 clock a. nu their party. In response to this invitation Yours sincerely II. P, ATKINSON,
prayers for the speedy recovery of L. HATCH I
A. secretary. '
\ a many letters were received. MRS. W. II. PECK. 31 .Mayor.j't .
young lady. City Point, Dcc. 22nd: 1888. great : ;",)f o. + .

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Colored Woman Turned White What Is this Disease That is ;L. C. OLIVER. F. T. BUDGE.QLJvEiR. '

Coming Upon Us?
NEW YORK, Dec. 19.-At Rock street &: BU.DGE

near Summit arenfco, Jersey City, Ihes Like a thief at night it steals up- IPI

a woman who is now white, but was on us unawares. The patients Dealers in

formerly black. Her name is Julia Cisco, have pains about the chest and f
and she is about fifty-two old. It
years sides and sometimes in the back. -
was said that she is a negresj, and a reporter GEORGIA PINE LUMBER 1J 0"
called on her to get an explanation They feel dull and sleepy ; the tto:

of the anomaly.Mrs. mouth has a bad taste, especiallyin ,

Cisco said that until recently peo the morning. A sort of sticky SHINGLES AND LATHS. ..
pIe had always thought her a negress because )
slime collects about the teeth. The
she was so dark, but that she was

the daughter of a Hoosac Indian and a appetite is poor. There is a. feel- .
Black Hawk: sjuaw. in Ie5o, when she G-EJ.VER-AL JBAR.DViT AR.E .
lived in Mulberry street. New Yor. she ing like a heavy load on the stomach >d'M

one day noticed a large white spot on ; sometimes a faint, all gone -

her cloth neck.around It her remained neck to and hde she it.wore She a sensation at the pit of the stomach Sash Doors and Blinds ; Stoves Tinware and Crockery."Refrigerators calaCS-:

was treated for it by Dr. Morton, of which food does not satisfy. The .
Grand and Elm streets.
The white spot went away, but soon eyes are sunken, the hands and p AXrJTS A.. D OILS .."tr
aftervCari a nuiubcr of them came. bhe feet become cold and clammy. After J
was wa-hing for foreign sailors, and she .r .
feared .he had leprosy, but Dr. Morton awhile a cough sets in, at first dry, Water Coolers Ice Cream Freezers .. I
quieted her in this respect. In 18. 1 she but after a few months it is atten- ,
moved to Jersey City, where one day
she spitted come hot fi-t on the shin oCher ded with a greenish-colored expect- Screen Wire Screen Windows Screen-Wire Doors. _a K,
wrist and it became permanentlywhite oration. The patient feels tired ,
and soon after that she burned I
her other hand with an a<,id. It and her all the while, and sleep does not .---
.arm became white as marble and white seem to afford rest. After a
spots appeared on her neck and face. any ::
These gradually increase in sizo until time he becomes nervous, irritable TITUSVILLE, FLORID1 .
she tecaine a> solutely white
and and has evil forebod- -
gloomy --
Dr. Pv le raid he had attended the woman r
for fif.eenearg., and that she is ings. There is a giddiness, a sort TITUSVILLE TROPICAL AND SUB-TROPICAL FRUITS AND FLOWERS.

suflerin; from leucoderma or vitiligo, of sensation in the head Egyptian Queen Pine Slips.
he said loss of whirling -r"
which, meant a ; coloring
matter in the skin The ca-e of Mrs. when rising up suddenly. The INDLAN RIVER ISTUHSEKIES. ]i.dt'iIiI1
Cisco is the first he ever heard of. excepting FURNITURE STORE. Bone Meal Tobacco Stems 1?
the case of a white woman in bowels become costive ; the skin is Cotton-seed Meal, Cow Peas & Fertilizers.

Scotland whose Lody became covered dry and hot at times ; the blood CATALOGUE MAILED FREE. TERMS CASH. '

with spots whiter than the skin. becomes thick and stagnant ; the JOHN B. BEACH, Indian Hirer Nurseries, East Melbourne, Fl Ia. .'allv21.

Wrecked by Opium. whites of the eyes become tinged ,

Loa.SrORT, Ind.. Dec. 19.-For some with yellow ; the urine is scanty .A. Frosolier, 100 Ten Per Cent Off1 10oI pef JCPag

time past the Cumberland Presbyterian and high-colored, depositing a sediment PROPRIETOR. !

church congregation and other friends of after standing. There is I I

Rev. Baxter Barbee, minister of that frequently a spitting up of the food, L

church, have been much aggrieved and sometimes with a sour taste and Parlor Suites I introduce a :New Feature which will continue until I I

alarmed concerning the unfortunate ,
sometimes a sweetish taste ; this is I
condition of reverend
mental the gentleman. -
He has a desire to wander, and it frequently attended with palpitation Bed Room Suites t
has required much exertion upon the of the heart ; the vision becomes 1 iDI
part of his wife and friends to prevent
with before 7.
impaired spots
him gratifying his wishes in this respect. Beds Mattresses
Some months ago Rev. Barbee had been the eyes ; there is a feeling of pros- ,
severely ailing with chronic diarrhcta, ..ntIIt
tration and weakness. All of these
and went south in hope of recovery. WILL ALLOW A DISCOUNT OF

Southern physicians recommended for symptoms are in turn present. It Springs, a..
his condition small doses of
sure remedy for the exhaustive opium com as a is thought that nearly one-third of And everything in the FURNITUREline. 100 PER CENT or e.
plaint. Tliis the Rev. Barbee did. The our population has this disease in
Call and the Stock
habit of see New .
opium eating soon got possessionof
his appetite. The desire increased some of its varied forms. just received. tfcatei

with every amount taken, and the size It has been found that physicianshave ON ALL ARTICLES.
full of metallic and wooden
of the doses was enlarged until its use Keeps supply ftnAt
began to affect the brain. Rev. Barbee mistaken the cause of this
isajsoan inveterate -ni<,ker. and the disease. Some have treated it for a Coffins, Cases and Caskets. Prices are Marked in Plain Figures, and way low down at tlwt, utt tit
combined effect of opium and tobacco
Funerals attended if desired. All or-
wrought a dreadful destruction: with the liver complaint, others for kidney ders promptly executed, and at reasona- which each purchaser still get his Discount OfiVlOjo adMC

mental faculty He continued growing disease etc., etc., but none of these rates. Embalming done. 22 let
worse, until he was soon discovered in a
lamentable plight. Hev. Barbee is 23 kinds of treatment have been attended Nt
years of age and has a wife and one GREEN AND DRIED FRUITS, : PER CENT OFF. bll
with for it is
success:; ; really I be
He Lo
child. came to !! -port from
Tennessee, and is talented and brilliant. constipation and dyspepsia. It is Foreign ride Doirustic.ornp'y. bep
Three Baby Burglars. also found that Shaker Extract of I have a Full and Complete Line (NOW ox HAM) in

Hoots, Mother Seigel's Curative Seiser Oroz vtrf

BOSTON, Mass.. Dec. 15.-Isaac Kadet- when ,
Syrup, properly preparedwill
sky, aged 8; Moses Silva, aged 7; and remove this disease in all its Agents for Bishop, Iloyt & Co's Hammock 1\,1[ frtI ; 'S .. lefe

Eddie Boogusch, aged 6, three young- Land Florida Orange, fefa
sters who cannot talk without lisping, stages. Care must be taken however Citra, Florida. I !
much less read and write were arrested to secure the genuine article. 'YOUTEI"S:" far
while trying to torce open the safe of a
Geo. \V. Hall, desk manufacturer on
Sudbury street. Little Kadetsky and AND tt
Boogusch gained an entrance into Mr.Hall's a
office by creeping under the gate Mr. John E. Ilcinptinstall, of Chu- e 11

which olvened-into the street and then lafirmee Cleburn Co. Ala. writes a
getting into the office through the o.tice ; Special Attention Given Florida Fruits. CJEJLLDJRtEOO'SI : c
door, which had been carelessly left un "My wife has been so much bene- e
locked. These two infants immediately fitted by Shaker Extract of Hoots 28 X. Delaware Ave., and 20 Water St. f
set about rumaging the desk, drawers, .
etc., and finding a revolver made off Mother SeigeFs Curative Syrup Philadelphia, Pa. I t

with it. Young Kadetsky took it home that she says she would :rather be CLOTHING. t
References-Seventh Xat'l. Rank Produce
and left it there. Then they started ; t
back to complete opertion8; and on without part of her food than with- Xat'l. Bank; :Mercantile Agenciesor t

their way enlisted the other ot the trio. out the medicine. It has done her any Produce Ilousein Philadelphia. .
Entrance was again made, and an attack .
made upon the safe with a hammer. more good than all the doctors and i can flay make profit: 5.OO selling prr our

They knocked oil the handle split the all other medicines put together. I AGENTS i "ALliUMS'orld for, low Wf price beat;.the A !I Boots & Shoes Trunks & Valises Hats & ,
combination with a chisel and made an { PLCSIi i'IIIITO/IAYIi :.tLRi'.ll. ,
attempt to break off the lunges, doing would ride twenty miles io get it ltd x 10X, Emb<)s.e.l padded sides, jroid edge,exten I
their work with all the coolness of old into the hands of bioa clasp, holding 3J pages of Cabinet and Card I
sufferer if
any he pictures sent for $i.00,retails for $2.25 bound aNo
house breakers. Unsuccessful in this
in Morocco. Illustrated I
they went about cleaning the office out can get it in no other way. I believe of-STrr.I flr.el and S 01'-n\EU circulars FHKE I Caps Shirts Neckwear Hosiery Umbrellas

cfwhat they could lay their little handson. it will soon sell in this State }.01I.neJ'aklll:: Ei
They secured two dollars' worth of _t'ineinnntt.iltio._ Ei i i
postal cards and $3 of postage stamps, better than cotton.TESTDIOXY double their money iI I
doing them all up in a paper and tying AGEN"'n_ : Ff'lIin Finished;our Corrugated IS nASS Etc.REMEMBER ii
them together with a long gold chain. FROM: TEXAS. i
All of them were arrested. msssm i SAFETY LAMP.

Mrs. S. E. Barton of Varner .Can be gold in every family. Giv' '
FOR A FEW DAYS dLY 10io. k
She Was Bound to Elope. a more Iieht than turn-ordinary lampi t --
Ripley Co. Mo. writes that she x "nil Fizt-il Lamp bent by Express for I
<-. thirty cpntt.Vo also Lave the bestetlline l
SYRACUSE, N. Y., Dec. 19.-Charles A. had been long afflicted with dyspepsia ,.send far toffee illu=
Listman,a prosperous young liveryman, and disease of the McMAKJN.Cincinnatl.OPORTER : J. BIRNBAUI One Price Clothier. (,
urinary --------------- I ,
aged 21 years, has courted Kittie Foote,
thotdaughter of a carpenter, for more organs and was cured by Shaker & POTTER i -- l s..
than a year. Her parents did not want Extract of Roots. Rev. J. J. Me- ,

the her might to marry run Listman away they and.have fearing recently that Guire, merchant, of the same place, I Clyde's N ew York, Charleston & Florida S. S. Line. t'J

kept her Lest clothes locked up. Miss who sold Mrs. Barton the medicine, Real Estate Dealers .1
Kittie has now reached the age of 16. Magnificent Steamships of this Line are appointed to sail as follows:
Last week Listman called to see her,but says has sold it for four years Lake Worth, Dade Co., Ta.' (Standard Time.)
was driven out of the house. At aboutJ and never knew it to fail.
Lake Worth, Florida is the most of From New York
tropical part: for Jacksonville
o'clock last he drove
evening the
the State. It lies parallel with the ocean beach, id:: i

Louse without in hat a carriage., and Kittie ran out SHE WAS ALMOST DEAD.I connected-".!miles long with of an the average ocean b width inlet of one, and mile is is ; IROQUOIS (new) via Charleston........................Friday, December 1-Ub, 3 p. m.

the carriage.a or Her wrap elder sister jumped saw her.into low with over three-quarters of a?mile an from the ocean.nowhere J SEMINOLE, direct.........................................Tue&day, December 18th, 3 p.m.
ran after the carriage, and tried to pull was so dyspepsia that The flushing, and hunting cannot be excelled pompano CHEROKEE via Charleston...........................Friday, December 21st, 3 p. m.
Kittie out, but she was not stout enough. there was not a physician to be other blue fine fish fish,being sea trout easily, barracuta caught, ebeephead by trolling and or IROQUOIS, (new) direct................?...,...........Tuesday, December 2otb, 3 p. m.

Then she caught hold of the spokes, but found who could do anything with J ith a net. Deer and wild turkey are plentiful in SEMINOLE, via Charleston.......................,.......Friday, December 28th, 3 p. HJ.
the pine woods beyond the chain of fresh water
Listman beat her hands with the ,
and she had to let go. Thr pair drove whip to me. I had fluttering of the heart lakes which groves lie are west 111 bearing of Lake Worth.all along Beautiful the shores cocoanut o-f [From Jacksonville for New York.

the Rev F. C. F. Grumbine's residence I I and swimming of the head. One I the lake,and guavas mangoes, sapadiHos. alligator IROQUOIS (new) via Charleston...............Wednesday, December 19th, 5:3OL. m
where they were married in his parlor. i .pears, sugar apples. Spanish limes, Jamaica apples, SEMINOLE via Charleston ..................?......Sunday, December 23rd, StOL: m
and then went to Listman's father's. day I read your pamphlet called I man tamarinds met) sapotas coffee,goosberry almond,trees dates maamee, :figs oranges.apples. CHEROKEE, via Charleston........................Thursday, December 2i tb, 12 noon
.Mr Foote asked the police to arrest his "Life Among the Slwl'ers,",,'hich dis- .I limes lemons,citron and all kinds of tropical lruit. IROQUOIS (new) via Charleston......................,.Sunday, December 30th, 2 p. ra
daughter for eloping, but they refused, : and flowers are doing finely here. This iil the most
:is she is old enough to marry if she cribed my disease better than I :: eastern part of Florida: being 100 miles east of the From New York for I'e>i naiidma.
of Jacksonville. This
want to.her Kittie says but she is could sorry to could niyself. I tried the Shaker 'I longitude Stream nearer to the land here than brings at any the other Gulf DELAWARE, bia Charleston..,....................._..Tuesday, December 18th, 3 p. ra

.isplease elp it. parents she not Extract of Roots and kept on withit i part temperature of the coast of any, and place thus in insures the! United the most States.even A YEMASSEE, via Charleston.............................Tuesday, December 25tb, 3 p. m

A dispatch from Ci-kagotavs that: the until to-day I rejoice in good large from 15,000 acreage to is 20.000 put in bushel garden of truck early every tomatoes winter being From Fernanclinav for iN"e"\v York.

whIsky trust hdp.'icad on a war ofxternv.nation health. Mrs M. E. Tinsley, Bre $5.00 grown bushel every year Good, which hotels bring, stores from! and$1.50 to DELAWARE, via Charleston.......................Monday (morning), December 24th
: rjr.s't the du ill-! ..t'ho vier Muhlenburg Co. offices per are convenient. Lots of all sizes! and prices post- YEMASSEE, via Charleston..........................Sunday (afternoon), December:
Ky. secured by the above firm, who have almost
iave refused to o n he co-r.k'K.r: all of
; on. For Information
fhebest land to sell Parties baying now will, in t Regarding Freight and Passage, apply toJ.
-. E'enatorBccl's h'ulthi.: >,:(:.; a .h.: For sale by all druggists, or address, e hort time more than double the purchase money A. LESLIE, AgfDt.1 Jaehcnville; T. G. EOIR. Traffic llactgcr. 33 Broadway Sew Tort; T. A-
as conriifV t. w :; '. *.!:t'f. N' h, the proprietor A. J. White Limi- tjo'ts range from 5 to 10 acres all fronting on Lake STEAD Accnt,rernandiE .
i nil itir,:n "u i-sf iVeciiji-i. .j-- ;,,,.i- Worth. Prices from f CO to $300 an acre. Anyone JOHN noWAFJ, Gen. Florida Traveling and Freight Agent, ckfcnTille. F.31 tDOSlifS6EL:
*\l':$. ; at ;H'',i rj'ored: to b "1' 1.' .a ted, 54 Warren St., New York. wishing further inlcrmation enclose stamp to the. G. F. P. A., Jacksonville. .
; above WM. P. CLYDE & Co.. Gen'l Agent, t5 Broadway.New York.
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f' to regain their fOOth 1d;Ending MALABAR CIGAR FACTORY.II. .

i the tortures of strangulation: greater than
C. Starck: Proprietor.
IPLANPROPOSED. they had conceived. It u reported of a ,

woman, executed in 1SGO, "that the ropo Manufacturer of fine Havana and Domestic -

slipped her cap partially from her face, ant Cigars. Trade supplied with fine

e while hanging at the halter's end, by a hand made goods. Orders promptly tilled.
mighty effort she put up one of her hands
.How Will Electrical Execu- sufficiently to draw it down again over her Factory Malabar, Fla. 28SF.

distorted features."
tions Be Accomplished?

Hero arc some of tho different methods of -r-

LAST THING IN KILLING.Vazioiu executing: : criminals: Watch Maker and Jeweller.Shop .
THE Auto da f'p" or execution by the Spaolsli: InquLiUwJ. -
usually by Lurcing. at John M. Dixon'a Drug Store.TKu Tille, IT*
i c'o..tJ1::; wtr ua.: prcel lq lLe utiIlu
Bow Nations Do Their Criminal :.Jr :u t:". ALL WORK WARRANTED.

...cl.inv, :dottatlOlL.lli7.u.:; i:....,.:.
to Death-New York State the First ['.,) : .iL>rui-l Jo*., t.1J tL..l:d !u..J. L .:....rl N A U fAN'S

Community to Adopt the Newest Thing aoc rrarico i..: tj.' w ac..i C.LU.; NEAT AND PROMPT. :

Blowing from cannon employed in quelling a
i In rebellion among the Sepoys in India.

Aft Jan. 1,1839, murderers In New York Boiling, formerly used in England in me case ot THE PIONEER AGEXCY.

will depart this life on a streak of light- poisoners.
ttate Burning, a familiar mode of execution: in the -
: Jdn:. Any man who has been sentenced to time of the early religious persecutions. For terms and sample copies addressCHAS.H.NAUMAX

. death will go off so quick that he won't Burying alive employed among barbarous tribes
: know anything about it. The subject of and even in civilized countries ,

1 putting murderers to death by electricity has Crucifixion a very ancient form of execution. SEND YOUR ORDERSFOR Haulover P. 0., Brevard county, Fla.
l been agitated in the Empire state for more Decimation employed by military tribunals
where every tenth man was chosen by lot to die In
' than a rear.Afta'mature
deliberation it was concluded cases where a largo number of soldiers mutinied. ORANGE BOX STRAPS.Use .
Dichotomy or bisecting,mentioned in the Bible, '
: hat banging would have to go. where it is written men were sawn asunder. the Twisted Wire Box Strap.
_ Banging has been the fashionable mode of Dismemberment used in France in the Seven- FOB SAL BT
! punishment for centuries, but a commission teenth century. LITTLE 1JKOS.. GrUudo. Fla. a
Appointed by Governor Hill concluded that it Drowning, in vogue In ancient Syria Greece. 'r.UIP.C01UIERCUL C'l'"u..|*, FU.VJ1. i'
1 FL
too harrowing. They made a number Rome and Persia.
iras OR \VBITK: T'l'llE \)
J' of experiments, and finally decided upon Exposure to wild beasts an ancient punishment JOB PRINTING TWI,TED WIRE bUX cilUU ('\j:'}>.\\I',
r : electricity. A bill was passed by the legislature Flaying alive formerly used in England. 4'1 jreeuwurii St.tel, New' York. Jl
Flogging with the knout used in Russia.
but no provision was made as to the Garroting a punishment originally devised by parr ><85 Solid OId watrb.
the fluid was to be applied. Finally the bold for S14M>.BBtll I IBm
way the Arabs and )1oors.The |S3 wairft In IB*wuWL FRHH I
1 fledico-1 gal society took the matter up, ap- guillotine hari-kari impalement,poisoning I'trfec' tiBMktcpvr. War. 9
i* i Hca. deli uold
pointed a commission, and the result was banging pounding in a mortar precipitation, -SUCH AS- 4 17' nu.tagC..4oU j ladies*
i that a particular form of applying the electricity pressing to death the rack running the gauntlet, jfw tad fftntt ill**,with work
1 was suggested. This way of killing shooting, stabbing, stoning strangling and suffo ra gad oeell'ersoalaeacbloeUtty tun ., pus wal..-.

i off the refuse population will probably be cation.It cai Iftan sae me.loo'lJa..r .
will be readily seen by the observant I..ETrrEUIIEADS.XOTEI2EADS, with our tar.sad nI-
', used in New York state hereafter. Three. / able line of Household
reader that any one of theso methods mightbe Ma..ple. n...Mmplea, U
ways of applying the fatal electricity were I west uh.. Watek, w. wad
. improved so far as tho physical comfort -
14 proposed but none of them answered thepurpose. upon Freer Bad after you....kept;
of the victim is concerned. In countries Item ia year hum. for 9 month aad howa them w tkoee
. One was passing the electricity hate railed,they become your own property. Tkoee
where these modes of and \oom;
punishment were
BI sun ran be lure of receivta the Watch
from wrist
: Posdew to in some cases are now practiced,the main ob- and Sample. We pay all e.pre-e, frelrtl.ete. AddreaaHtiQBoa
wrist through the as Co.. Box gt9rortlaadNAtae.!
i # another ject was to give the prisoner as much suffering BILL-HEADS,

f/ body as possible. Ho was held up as a terrible PARKER'SHAIR
;. current passing from the example. Now, however, tho main object is \ '' DALSAMthe

to get the prisoner out of the way as soon as STATEMENTS popular favorite for dressing
, ,
head to of tho
: t ? one tho fciiir, Restoring color when l
: possible. In order to understand how quicka
l I wrists, the third gray. and preventing Handrail.
. ., the man can die under the force of electricity, It cleanses the scalp atop the
\. i y was to pass cur let us consider first how fast a man can think. CIRCULARS hair falling,and It cure to please
; rent completely We.and SLOG al Druw-gists,
Well, it takes just one-tenth of a second for a
lit through the prison
nerve to communicate with the brain, according H1NDERCORNS.The
n z er's body from head .
Professor Hembolz. Now Professor
t to foot. to FOLDERS and b.*tenr*for Coma Bunions.An.
-r Trndall estimates that an electric dis- Stops all rain. Ennurm comfort to the f*.. KeYortalls
The objections to to cure. 13 cent<< at L'ruggkta. liiaco; &: fix.M. Y.
charge urs in one hundred thousandth of
J. CCr.REN"T lIt THE DRAIN these methods
were a second,or ten thousand times more rapidly J. H. SHIREMAN
that tho prisoner might have convulsions.It INVITATIONS, ,
than nerve transmission. So you see that if .
was desired, of course, to take tho utmost YORK I.A.COMMlHU'X .
it were possible a man would die by the -
care of the prisoner. He was to die as pleas-
process described ten thousand times before f.C'J-Jt.\L AN., 'I't'a :u.\ tlNli
. aptly as possible. Then the attendant under I his nerves would have time to communicatewith PROGRAMMES, AOKNCY tor .11 kiutUuf .'.UII.. 1'uwit.g.
j this method might make a mistake and be 3trathuy. 1t..
his brain.
struck himself. A lot of()ralJj(.-" \V...h-d furMtiiiitcturj t':..natU):&".
Last winter, for the purpose of ascertaining '\ Itoiurt'Ucr: or $tvurit.) giveu.
The sommission concluded that the
i finally STREAMERS, .
the effect of the electric light current on 31 C"rre.l'ouJ..ucWlIouhd.
. but would be to have the current .
< way pass
--- ---
the action of the heart, the thorax of a
J through the head from the top to the back of r :: 893
chloroformed dog caught in Buffalo was
the neck. One electrode is fitted tho 5eWIDIJ.uarlll..FRHR
to top I
could be
opened, so that the lungs and heart ,
. of the prisoner's bead, another placed in con- _
seen in action by forcing respiration as in BM foods wan*U
tact with the small of his back. The top I I them wa will wadle :=
conscious life. At the instant when tho current ponoa IB tack localityta vtry
. electrode connects with tho positive pole the passed through the heart it became amass I BUSINESS CARDS Utc Mwiaf-BuckiB* -ade> i*
I bottom with the negative pole. A leathernrest ... the world wltk all tile anackaMMa.W .
of quivering flesh. It was noticed that *will also wad free a complei
holds the prisoner's head and bands lIa.of oar coMly Bad vahubtoanaplM.
au attempt to breathe was made after the IB man w.ask that
keep him from moving. The current in .... youshow
going current through the dog. This wait w .to Ikoe Wmay
was passed
from one electrode to another does not WEDDING CARDS, call at your.......aa4 after AoBUt
indicated that the brain had not lost its susceptibility all ihall botono yo.r OWM
.v keep in a straight line, but spreads out mid to impressions, and shows that in property. This fraad maekhM la
aide after tke Hlacer
, goes through the entire brain. It resembles execution the current should be passed wbkk: kae TUB oat before pauata
somewhat a bundle of faggots tied at the two VISITING CARDSTO -__ naouUUol4fora83.wlllatlaef
through the center. Jt should not be forgotten >C! aad BOW Mile fat
ends and swelling out in the middle. The seat euoateu,Bw>et BMW
that the do" from
however S.tIC'-tie
tke world. An U
of consciousness being in tho brain, and tho I Buffalo. The commission could'have selectedno reqaind. .Plaia.brief .
headquarters for all tho nerves being located tougher subject than a Buffalo dog. THEFLORIDA- inwnctioBe iciea. Taoee who write to oe at....eaa M%
I care tree tke beet Mwiac-Bucklae la tke world tad the
there, it Is of course as plain as day that, There can lie no question, however, that Onr tliBeofwoTkiefkif1lBrteerkewatt>cetkeriB merle>.
. when an electro-motivo force of 3,000 volts II electricity is the thing to do the business. Tit VB as_CO.,IJox 7O,Augusta Jkfaiao

is applied the prisoner is bound to die. The
A. L. Hatch & Son
. great beauty of this system is that tho pris- HE LET HIMSELF DROP.A STAR ,
oners don't know it either. DEALERS

Here we have a villain who Is too bad to V8I'IIotittUS Story of a Very Strung Ac-

stay around and commit murder any more. cident. DRY GOODS NOTIONS

Step up, ladies and gentlemen, and gaze on Hero is a large and elegant story told in a \ JOB PRINTING OFFICE ,

the way It is done. Hero we have a stout table Lowery, Blount county, Ala., dispatch to

covered with rubber cloth and having holes The Huntsville Mercury. You are not

' around its borders for binding. Prisoner, obliged to believe it unless you want to: Hardware, Crockery, Saddlery,

f' come np here and lio on the table. Attendant, A party of Birmingham capitalists, largely Stationery, Family Medi-

bind the prisoner to the table. Here is an interested in tho minerals of the region, and cines, Garden SecJs,
electrode (the negative one) which comes up some prominent railroad officials were hereon
: : through the table and touches the small of a tour of inspection, with the view of CHOICE GROCERIES,

the prisoner's back. Hero wo have a helmet, opening some beds of iron ore and selectingthe

" i 1 to which the other electrode is joined, and most practicable route for the extension I Hay, Corn, Mjpes FertOizars.

I1;1 the helmet is put on the prisoner's head. The of the new railway that leads up this valley.

1 electrode now touches the top of the prison- This, indeed, seems to have been the true .

'_' er's head which has been moistened by warm battle grounds of the gods with "Pelion

' vater. Prisoner, are you ready Then, let piled upon Ossa," or tho utter confusion of PHILADELPHIA SINGER

;. Vr go, Gallagher, and the thing is done. The the geologists, who cannot account for red

r man is as dead as a iron ore in one side of a mountain and brownon WARRANTED 5 YEARS.

t 1 door naiL Another y the other, with veins of coal immediately

modification of this underlying the top on both sides, so it was LOW HIGH

, :: method is to let the -, determined to leave them out of the party ARM, ABM,

''''J prisoner sit in a and carry along a practical man familiar 20CO $28
'1. chair. Borne prisoners with the formations peculiar to this valleyfor

;r; 'i i will undoubtedly all geological information necessary in

'i-. prefer to sit making an approximate estimate of the
, i in a chair, while amount of solid and loose rock to be encoun- Pamphlet r l laG

Jr.J others who were -t. tered on the extension. Accordingly an old
if' born tired will pro- e4lattfer / ". foreman, Mr. Mertz who had been in the

i to lie at full TIm Dum APPA1UT valley on the new road since April, and had

1 length. Everything also had large experience in railroading in tjq
*ill be done in regard to the comfort of the the west was selected. He was an intelli-

1prisoners, and their taste will be consulted gent, sober and industrious man, who regu-

in every particular. larly once a month sent the greater part of

This, in brief, is the way the prisoners will his earnings to his wife and children in Kansas rS

i "kick the bucket" after tho 1st of January. Ho gave his opinions only after the "Printing. t

When Elbridge T. Gerry, Mathew Hale most careful examinations, and the gentlemen tdtI
tad Alfred P. Southwick were appointed last had implicit confidence as to their accu-

Dialer to investigate the matter they took racy. % ,

the trouble to look up the various methods of The party reached a perpendicular bluff trl'

punishment in different countries. about fifteen feet high, when Mr. :Mertz .

FAULT MODES Of EXECUTION climbed down to a ledge about six feet from

Hanging is a very old institution. The the top and with his hammer was investigating FIFTEEN DAYS' TRIALIN
earliest form of the gallows was undoubtedly the character of the stones and its
a thickness. The gentlemen above
stout tree and a convenient limb they probable
gem to have retained their popularity ever. beard several blows from his hammer, then"apparently High-Ann.eir-threntlliii Machine; nhullle has *elf., is ettlnr noiseless andIlght

tine the hanging of Ai by Joshua, as recorded a quantity of loose rocks falling, .running.haathe Shiest set of attachment
in the Bible. and immediately terrific Texplosion. They *, in a velveMlued ca e. Do..', pay
shocked but not other- PAMPHLET PRINTINGOF agents |ss or $60 but send for circular. Remember
Banging was used and known by the English were all considerably .e guarantee our machine equal to any highpricedaucb'tne
in the Thirteenth century. They proba- wise hurt, and at once went to the edge of on the market. Address ,

Wj got it from the French. It is recorded the precipice, where they detected the strong The C. A. WOOD CO.,

b7 a French historian in 1243 that a knight,. odor of dynamite but to their consternationcould 17 y. 10th St., Philadelphia,Fa.
who bad been judicially put to death, was see nothing of Mr. Mertz. After a -
bung on the gibbet after the breath bad left careful search some'small pieces of his cloth- State of Florida Could Breranl.. InJustice \

his body. The first use of the primitive gal ing were found hanging in a tree about Court. r

lOws seems to have been to exhibit tho bodyIter thirty feet from the ground,but that was all ALL DESCRIPTIONSTO J To J. E. B ENN Err.

death. The first gibbet used in England The question for the scientists to settle You are hereby notified that a writ of

to expose criminals was in the reign of is, what caused the explosion A num- attachment ha been b>;ned against you

wry in. The first to be executed by the ber of people from Birmingham have visited THEFLORIDA- and property Attached to satisfy the

drop was Earl Ferrers, May 5, 1700. After the place, but I have heard only one plausible I demand your of P. J. Hall. amounting 810.
his black sash I. and that was advanced by Mr. i
arms had been secured by a Now unless shall appear before the
and a common halter passed around his neck, Schultz, a scientist. It is known positivelythat t Hon. II. F. you.Atkln on. Justice of the
he mounteda of the scaffold eighteen Mr. Mertz had no dynamite with him, STAR
part Peace in and for said county at his officeat
Inches above the rest, and the signal being and Mr. Schultz says the only possible way ;" TitiHvilleon the<< Sd day of January A.
is that he bad
for the explosion <
the floor to account
flteabythe sheriff that part of oclock In the forenoon or
I>. 1889, at ten
sank under him to a level with the rest and constantly, for a number of years, been
to remained with nothing to stand on. handling dynamite and nitre-glycerine, and JOB PRINTING OFFICE.. .,! judgment sold to the debt.
much had been taken into his systemby and your property pay
that .
It so .
teems to be fairly settled that sensation, absorption that it was only necessary for .- ) Dated this 1st day of November. A. D..
erect the
i on and mental horror accompany to set it off which : })Iatntitr.D.
him to receive a slight jar 18SS. P. J. HALL.

Physical tangub.tinr.tortures of Examples those who are are froquentof in the act was from dono the when ledge.he struck' the ground- on falling :\ Titusville, JFla ? ::" L. GAULDEX. Plaintiff Attorney

commit suicide, by hanging, .attempting




THE FLORIDA STAR. The temperature is 76 degrees F., and HEWS OF THE WORLD. astrous results are feared from over- SOTICC.
Hows.Rev.. ,
sulphuretted hydrogen gas, sufficient to "l'
T. Alfred and two children have In Circuit Court of tIN SnemA
PUDLISIIED EVERY THURSDAY. cause the flow to pulsate perceptibly, Experiments J.I irn
in G
and is highly esteemed by as dnoy"sebaim3lXewYork died :suddenly: at Jasper Ark. The Circuit of Fbntfa. 7/rwwrf
many possessing
harbor, with the elect,i, lL:ht on Cwatty,
ELLIS B. WAGER Editor and Pnlste recognized medicinal qualities of harbor buoys have been -o sari."'uctory dying.mother and'oi:two on is leaiaining suspected.Worse .children are A. .). 1S&S.: In (7iaivey_

much value, which suggests a possible that the system will lIe extcn t.>,l. JAMES. l'fITc1LAJ-taU 1
$1.5O Annum. sanitarium in the near future. WILLIAM
per Than Death. ... M. I.BOWK
Edward Kerml'dof .
Cnfton. N. J., "
We learn that the Grand View and Co-partners I
Entered at the Post Office at Titmvillea* charged John Haw dn-*. alia J olis:! >h, of trailing under -
the new hotel intend availing themselvesof him ATLANTA Dec. 20. The authorities the: name, style or
lobbing cf :$2oOO;; in a New York -
Second-Class Matter the advantages:; of this water by private opium jont.rrelarat of the state in zme asylum at ilrm of THE IXMAX t
wells; for baths also other UlVEU IUXK.
: as some BTlvs. l f"
THE STAR is the OFFICIAL newspaper parties in town. \ us for the Chine; holiday, Milledgeville are charged with grace .r r :

for Brevard county. Much credit inures to the councils; cones'} onding to tho Ameiic.-.n 1 hrist- performances, and should an investigation 11. J;:. MOISTEN, wife of ... o>ur
mas. are I eing made this A ear in New follow revelationsare M. Mourn the 'I
both past and present-for their steady some startling said
The Star has the Largest: circulation York lavi-h ale.
upon-an unusually -<: F. M. MOKTEX
the East coast of Fla. perseverance and clear perceptions, and promised. J. 11.
of on
any paper The
yellow fever-refugees leu.rnhig toJackMmvillc FOOTER, and MAEY .
we anticipate that when the aggregatedwealth with John D. Gilbert, a lUfmb r of one of tV
were met t rass bands FOsTEE.
" jIt
OUR ARTESIAN WELL. consequent upon the sparklingtide and the city is itseit: again. the lest families of Georgia, whose sola
of prosperity now reassured to this .
tarn Meivitt, with a g n.; of friends, crime was a fondness: for liquor, wrote appearing Ity the affid ..t .1:1": L
Indian River shall have filled
PROGRESS.It up our I'ritchard one uf the abort ..
went to the of t. ,.
resort Farrell \
\ndy at to Pn sid cut Cleveland a heartrendingletter -.p
that the few hundred feet of
treasury, rants, that the said _
of Titus- n--pClw" fc
interest the people Bridgeport. Conn., and with an ax : > :>r.pectfully
may history rock which intervenes shall also be pene- smashed= a ken y layout. atatin,; that ho a sane: man, was nl.ntlt'otol of the Stiu 1 .

ville and vicinity to understand the trated and the imprisoned fountains:! of kept immured in a madhome against' his ida, anti that tht t'aitill. B. 'Infh': "1..; f

and purpose of our salt well]], as also aqua purer shall gurgle glad anthems of Manor Rev.,Hugh ild.. celebrated F.: Gr Hin.the of Dotig iiitieth; onegan will and with no hope of escape. The M. Morttn reside at l;,i Main Mr-. ,
the true facts regarding its results. pleasure as they burst forth for our service of his priesthood. president referred the matter to the the city ot l'ineinnati.Mate ui < l.i!i. '
I that the said J. Ii. Fouler
and delectation.A amt M.n '.
Acting with the knowledge of the urgent -I Dr. G. "\Vt'iKinms, of Omaha. Nei)., governor, and after passing: through; Filter reside al Uackl"nt'Ii, r,
necessity of a plentiful supply of charged with assigns crime took refuge various hands: the appeal was lost. So County, State of Virginia, :and II>. i:; 1:1!If.. .

nature's great fluid as a condition of success Narrow Escape. ii uicit1' long has the poor man I.en kept that it said respondent* are n'! }twtivtly ..\ rikage
Manufacturers! of window gla.-s will is claimed the authorities dare of 21 :
domes- prison : years. It iilw.> > rr l I."t: '..
in a growing; town-for fire FALL RIVER Mass.. Dec. 21.-Alder- attempr to o'ganLe' a pool in or ter to not let him go free for fear ho will sue ordered that the said n"pomUm-!{ i

tic and general purposes, and in reasonable counter-let rre ent over-pro iuutioa and tor false risonment. Morten, F. M. Morten. J. II. }'..-: .
expectance of it being as readily pro- man-elect Durfce. who is a plumber low< j ric(' Mr. Gilbert has written a long letter of Mary I*. Foster.lo plead, an** r"r .

those fortunate coast when he i h..n't a olitician.: Mood over a Judge Ross, of California: has d..cide the tas--: which fell into the hands of a to the said t'tJlUIlainant's bill ; "f' I > > ,.
in ;
curable here as forty pound charge of dynamite while a I that the Uni'cd :States> had jurisdiction; yaungt1a.nt.l.. attorney. It has createda on or I before the 4h day 1 I. '"f'f'.

towns to the north of ours-the water man in a bomb-proof, a safe distance over Indians committing l ri'1l's..11 i :u> great serration here. lie says: I). lS-t t, or the said Rill ,j. .i.i;. i i ,.

committee of the Town Council deter- away, worked an electric battery for ten cordinevtn: murderous! Tuli Indians 'My trouble is that I am: and have lie taken as ronfe!>\...'d, ar-: : -11'plninnnto .
to the cars been incarcerated in this institution iu .... .,
minutes trying to make the thin* go j imprisonment. allowed In leis '.: ,. "
test by drilling
mined upon a practical off, and wondered why he couldn't it Tie latent advice- i.phasizc the opinion : violation uf the laws of thi; state for said CUlM'ncl it i> fur'i. ..I t!, r,1' "

an artesian well, and to that end let the was only singular good fortune that i that Stanley is in the lu-iuUof the mere than four years, and all hoe o: release a copy of this onlarbr \l".j( j., .

contract to Mr. J. A. Durst, who com- the plumbers'association did not lo=:e a Arab-. ha* departed from mo. unless: kind FumtD\ STAB newMnjn, i. MU' .

menced operations about the middle of valued moinber I Bishop Vladimir of the .1:,-f-.-itn t';r- Providence" came here mtet the feres.I first. time of rweeks aid Hrevani i : .:"
The alderman was doing some work at thodox rhurch, confirms the rhargcsinadf my own prior to the -:!!,' !' !i r, -
available for the volition.and after about
the pore
June. As the UPtat1ord mill and while rcniainiug
waiting arv A. D. Ifcltt."Witness .
l concern.u: the sale of naive g.rls
; two mingle, 1 made and
purpose were rather limited it was considered i for hirs; istant to.return with some .in Alaska for immoral purl.ose.-. home. : lay escape returned A.A. St h'k: -

advisable to drill a small well of net e-a ir material he walked ucro's thestrt It ialleged: ; that there WHS jcrionstampering "Tlv- following October. 183, I again court, awl the fiIt.1! < f 1 !rr:
to th- ledge from which the build '
Court House io Tiu .i'i! ., ,
;- il'
three-inch calibre in order to determinethe with tvo ballot in San i :ran- became intoxicated when my brother
ing j>tne was being taken out. It was I cisco at tie recent election. had me returned hero without trial of Brevard, this lot; !. ,!L.. i .. I."
possibilities, and if the result had alter dusk and the/e was' no one about, I P. 1ASM.
so the alderman went down into the A Bah more boiler maker ua .KdHowe and contrary to my wiihos. After remaining
been as favorable as anticipated, either a I ." hero short time I \ 'i .\ t
ledge, and was absorbed in contemplation wen !? > y ('.1tin.. IIvo: Uo ( a raw :; a : app-aled to
large well or a number of similar-sized: of a figure in the rock, when he i! eggs, -heil! > and all. at ore sirtln Gov. H. McL'aniel for a writ of habeas I [UI.] -__ _- r.:. : ? I : .

wells in several parts of town. noticed a man carefully crawling t. wa:-.1 I The inJunctU'D of ilrs. Chanfrau corpus. The governor granted iny pe- I XOTI'-:.
tition. and Dr. 'T. O. Powell .
cai e to me
him cn hands and knee :'t j* :!h? !I against v 411. lay la;no. j roprieior: the
The excavation was made through the nan \\ hr: had tried to tire the I la : and j Long Liaiuh (N1. J.i News has bteii dissolved himself in person and informed me of I weeks after date I \\ :.;';" .

super strata of sand, hard pan, coquina, he was examining the wire t.) an J out j and the petition for a le- eivcr- the fact but refrsed: to let me have it. the Honorable Minor S..1. .. 'i. i I.rI

marl and calcareous what the trouble seas.Vhern he discovered hilt denied.Frv&iuent;. He sent an attendant for me who gra'i Judge of Bievard c oiit\ ;r.'ori-'i:.' !
argillaceous I
quick-sand, I the al'lerm! in he staggered to his bed me by the arm and said: Mr. G., letters:: nf adniinbtrntmn <,") : ,'L w;. ',-
of the remains of long,defunct : S. B. Stii kney, of the Chi- time is oat and return ..
deposits feet end when he could c'Jiumand his your you must to Susan 1 Kussell.: late ot -.t: )ttI; :.' ':
mollusks, etc., and reached the tongue told him hi3 situation The alderman I cago. St.: Paul and lams City !has your hall.' 1 was literally dragged from I ceased. All the kin and <.:. ;It..r"" I' .
stem to form a g.-eat s s oiu ofvia''rtyr the room before I had been t tfore the .
fainted from I other iutereste't -
limestone rock of the Florida tertiary n-arly fright, and \ m.i railwa r-hiii ) i'ig trustees three minute*. II persons v t; I.take
ham t recovered his notice.
which flits ejnaninntv t.oal and iron from St. 1'anl u/Fitt.sbu:' ;. -.n the :th of Ji.no 1884. I discharged
jit 100 feet was readily penetratedby was -
yet. It was found that his boot heel had : ..lAMr.t.: !: t'-: !
the heavy drill.A r>:,stedirectly .>n the wire, thu ro.mj-I: j John L. Sullivan says that the deuiaa i and returned home and gave'I Ditetl November 29t'iSix ., 1-1 ,'
for a recei'.t for the luoney put, up "uy no account of my treatme.it. In December ,
and prevent the bias! j !
:ng it .ting froze ------- --
exI I
flow was obtained at 105 feet Kilraiii's: Lackers I ; of ardent
lading. was only a loop OiO again partook too freely: ('Uat h)...
increased constantly as the drilling pro- I, lift open by them in oiver toewtape spirits and was sent immediately here .
To all tchoM it "
binding the match. again without a trial. Alter my arrival fang t >u'

ceeded until at 150 feet the flow was ex- Slain by. a Horse Th: I I ITO.EKA )Jr. A'orse, of Massach-'setts: has received here I wa kept clo-ioiy c, nfined for seven Take notice, that ?M ,' -,tii '. .

cellent as to quantity, but was found to I u.aU11e rt\. congratulation: for months. After the expiration uf that .Taniary. A. I). 1'i! i i' Py i

be most strongly impregnated with salt Fan,. Dec. 21.--A bloody en-I, his: in:r-'-J ctioa\\ fa- bill in th v house of tim:i I was allowed more freedom.I'' Hon. Minor S. ,loves, t''n'n, :_-
representatives repealing the int tate In October;: lbs-3, I appeal vei:: to Gov. Itrcvard county ) 1:&.. MI' i i. r- "-t4t
and sulphur. As thi, however, is not counter took place near hs Indian Terrritory j Ct'ill met c.> act. : McDaniei again, and failing to get an II iiiinistration. of the rWarren. -: .,' .1' .,. '':

uncommon, the drilling wa continuedin line. :in Stevens county between j UeFRthel" answer. I wrote to Pre,idjnt: C:rover clt-cf'ae: "(!. and! : i I;.! I .

anticipation of passing through the a farmer named Howell an i Jim Newton Can.Jias Lfen Dowling.of P 4 rx! )rowghi Cleveland f-r mercy. The president I the kindred aiideref1t r- <.r 'd t.." ,":
) i appointed bishop: of Hanij '
a notorious hors thief. Ho well ] iiton. sent the letter to te! governor and thegaT'l'rnt.'r Warren deceased ar:- li.>r>-t.5, JItn' "
salt saturated water strata until tho contract heard a noise in his barn yard. He wit j! teat: it to Dr. Powell. In them"anti 'I to be and appear on nid IP.ficeof ii' .
limit of 400 feet attained and thief A OJH.PIlcnt is on fcot at ( 'ol'nnbus. I cared and .
was there an'i found the preparing r.: : was at home.I said judge; r 1'.1 1 '! ir p
the special fund) exhausted when the Itlwi.th three of the beet horacs lie ;,' !0., for !he -.tablisbment; of an asylum wa cut Lu.c: here. I receive I a letter I said letter of aduiini-M'! < I- ;

coiuuian ;'e 1 Newton to release ti'?:n, j i' for Jn:briai.: s. from: an Athens lawyer asking: me to !I i I be granted.

workcamotoa halt for several weeks. but the desperado ansu"ere.l I by ring; a I Thii ty-tive t.irc CJ.sth of v hide .lace my sass: in his hands. Dr. Powell ,. ;..,. ,\I I"

The contract-was renewed under the con- pistol Howell then attacked the thief' ': were tnV-'! -...'We(' disnoeJ. of in on 1-.o ir Fr.\v the lett.r end became: enranged.:: I :! }):1t.>(1 tills ? -\. "

viction of necessity and of, expediency, unarmed and a desperate siruggk- < by a Cli.ca 'I .iu:L e. was placed in the worst ward! in the i;i-I .
:ued. The farmer wys overcome. ;, n.j 0; V:. l'.rlri'gt'; a well known ev's- pr"ncital; } bi'ilding.. whera every patient ;,I Nall i '"'I.' .

and with the almost unanimous concurrence tally l be i ten about the head, and tu nnial l I paper iiion.; cc-ii'u' ;it ed suicide at Kansas e :c"l-'t tvslf wa, insane and several I All pt'l- ':I' !: .i ; i..: ,.L., '

of the public as expressed at a..1 h> work the thief tired IKAl..' bullets t tI City bj t-.J.inv4 l.Ur.l Il.1m. : were raving manias, naked and s''ream- ... ("t\tl' of y:, .; .\ i1; I '," t

the P j I into his body and rode off to the i territody- i n;. : Dr,vard ( .ht' ..
called meeting by spirited action of A change for t .e worse has scarred j 111i; : : P :
I tory wits the h .rs! js. The mangled: -II : Hon. Louis; Arnheirn, the representa- I I i ,
in the nn\tiiiuii of E. L. Harj.er. and the rl'lluirt'tl t ) i i.j. .rn, proI
citizens who indorsed the town credit, of the firmer found. 1d.a o" I j time from county, has tola rae that t ;
was a' my
posse I anthelltit.a:1. ..
belief ir : 'i hiill.I :
I > e.\piessed tiuit his relief i. only j : : ; ; '1. '
and of the Indian River bankers, who farmers organized and is teiapoi a....)'. I was" illegally deprived of inv :liberty. 1 1]! by lag t.t:",, ', lIell":'. .. !1" : I
1 would like to state here that I have :
desperado.NEW fdlowingfhi'l .
responded spontaneously I work was recommenced The steamer Burksdalo, with a canioof never to can tn inebriate in the tree:j': Tonniy .T.1.) i -aid 4. f'r :
the close of nearly: one thousand bale of cotton. !: under!gnrd.l "r ; hi- i.. .: ,.1 I .
near August meaning cf the word, but only become" : .
YOKE, Dec. 2J.-specia-Ed-1] wa burneu near Yauoo (, ity., Mist.o into .,-ated at long interval-. bar ot" I-u! : :ui I I'debted f- ;" ,.
hard stratified blue limestone and .
upon ... ; :
to -f'v
ward Merideth, complicity live: loo-t. "Dr. I. H. Halt, second a:>..;i cant phyglcau. tU1 ,
was: continued, with some vcratious delays Fi eJer isle make immediate setts.'i:,, .: h ti!' "
in the 1 hil Daly case, plead guilty this I Yon Olierkanipf and ThcsMack said to me recently :

by; the quarantining of supplies, I i I morning. and was rentencod to 8 years :. on Tal; Chicago: for whol.ale '. 'Damned if I had my way with ynu.you I:I erslglwd.I L\IR\ Us.
made by this extension i and 10 months. Heru'an was sentenced I robberies: from i-trett letter boxes: werefomd would never put your t.. c-r en th''' I \IIclm )
necessary ofj j I t >\ l.f-.ratrix"f fWillard. : .- of ;i.
gp.ilty. gio'md again. 1|
to the limit of the extended !i to C year and 11 months. The women deoraid.i.
depth, contract "
'! implicated were remanded for trial next I John J ogle, colored houseman at the )1brvther: says Tr. Powell is kt'epins i j I .
Cocoa. Fla.. _
at a total of 700 feet. \Yck. Bin nett Hoii.se at Cincinnati fell throughan nee here and Dr. Powell says. my j I i i __ __ lc. 4tL._ 1-_ _

As there had long been no perceptible j elevator shaft and was probably (at'aay brother i.- keeping: me here. ,I
AllisOl'-V ;; I "Dr. Powell is apprehensive; if I get J
increase of flow, the desired change of II / None of It. injured. out now I will sue Urn: for false '
Gol'maker., of Ohio announces thatnm. imjii :-1', TO RENT.OR FOR SALE
water was so confidently anticipated to 'V.\8lU-OTOX.-D. .
furtl the
C., Dec. 18.-Senator er outrages on part ;o- "It is v/ith I
trouble that I
be that further effort determined called white will be grea: get a
near a was attended to
Allison, when told by a leporter prou.ptly by the caps state. letter mailed. 1 hive no money, t-ut you I'I i A HANJTs/IvIK.: :Ni.\
upon and the liberal proposition of the: revival of the report that he had will le more'than reimmerat-d for C.KU-

of the contractor to continue for 100 feet been offered the position of of Mrs. Albert:KanlTman and her daughter lag to the help of a }Xrr unfortun-.t--.'*
secretary Alma.of Bern MODERN COTTAGE
Upper townbhip.Berkscounty. will I /
I Wright tae the letter $ efor '
more was accepted and the drill of f,1t0( I the treasury under President Har'icon: P nnsylvania. were critically: the committee on 1:uatc asylums and

pounds slowly pulverized its advance, I and that he had accepted the oiur, -uilr burned by hot tallow. u e rrcrv effort to have the van's! I I i OF EIiilY Kt >0> >.

often at the rate of but a few inches per I "There is no truth in the stater.et.: Out of 00) indictments by the United wrongs righted, if his tory is true. ;

diem, through consecutively solid stratification Mr. Al'.ison's friends in the senateay States grand jury for northern Iowa. 74 I WITH HALF AI ACRE OF GROUND
I that they tit.! not believe he wilt accept are for selling liquor without government 'w'or: ;; JutveenViiItes: :Blacks.3lEUiniAN. : .
of grey, blue and flinty rock, devoid license.
he pusrit n of of -- -
secretary th.treaury Nicely laid Ptanunt '.-. :
out. oarrA'iew -
of the faintest suspicion of water if it iffeied to him They; believe he AVin. J. Calhoun has been convictedat Miss., Dec. 13.-A number of RiwrA'Mrv -

strata, crevices or flaws, until the limit I.ret rs .ie in tha senate and that* hi31m" 1j'ilmingt. n. Del., of outraging Cath- of telegans; : received here, '
-idl'utial ambition is enoughto arine LtHo is &J and bIte h.;. Tho
was aglins.ed; and JJ5 feet added in keep him out cf what ib strong regarded as apr penalty death.. state that a riot pct oce.rrcd at Walialak. .- MRS. L A. MACKENZIE.TITi .

way of good measure and of earnest endeavor i itnuai graveyard-tire cabinet.A It is belie', eil at "?hngton: that the Eemi er co::nty. .,t) miles north of

to perforate the rock. -- --- -------- c3l in.: of' an extra session: will depend Meridian. Holly Morton, of this place: 1 'SVILLE. "'J.1 ._\. -.

} the of 1- __ __ __ _
largely amount '
The new Council, recognizing; the im- diSfiitch of yesterday from Paris reports upon appropriations i3 reported killed. A party of 10 Wen
made the
portance of/conclusive results in the mat- : Name! and Ciemenceau fought a by present congre. s. left here <.n a special: train for the scene.

ter, accepted the final offer of the con- duet in the today.-boulder.to Clemenceau. was wounded I known JtrrfcCarth as* New York\ and thieve John!. with Williams many Nicot.on'vas Last Thursday driving the ron of Mr. G. F. Pianos

tractor, to the of operatingand alia-e-, were arrested in I'rovid 'e..1:. a wagon along the Organs
pay expenses L, t r passing counterfeit "buzzard'' load lead ng WalmL.k.. and accidentally -
drill six days more, the contractor Killed in Self-Defense dollars. brought his vehicle in contact with

giving his own time freely and the useof Matt Kennedy another of the one driven by a negro desjieia-io. The I .
JONESFORO Ga., Dec. IS.-A homicidehas men negro i began curs.n;; the yo nth *.% hen
all necessary apparatus. In this timea wounded in the attack upon the jail at )[Nicol'-oa interferred iu the boy's i e- I
further distance of 26 feet.wa5 attained been committed in Clayton county.A Eimin.ha. Ala.. 13 expected to die, haf.: If you want to purchase a

negro nanel Homer Griffin used force making tV.e! twelfth! victim of that deplorable rlhrl ollowlng; day Mr. Nicholson told ,

and several very thin stratas of a brown recover a horse which had been surrendered conflict.A his :ends of the negro s assault, and on Piano or Organ, write to the un-

sandstone were passed through, but the to satisfy a fi. fa. from the dispatch from Berlin says: Herr Me- Saturday it was; determined to organize

rock is still imperforate and there iia pfcvntLf in ti. fa.: who was taking the rensky chief of the African ims-ions. it posse and arrest dersigned or give him a call.

cessation of action for the time being. horse to las home. .The plain-itf soughthis thanks that Emin has been captured but Vwo white men organized the negro
arrest under a warrant, and two otli- not Stanley. It is more likely, he sass II to resist any attempt to arre Maury.. Can sell you any of the instruments "
The total depth is;:, therefore, SCO feet, cers went from Jonesboro to make the that the "white trayef>referred to: byItal These bite: men are known to the

and it is certainly a matter of regret that arrest. Ths officers became separated. Osman Digna is Captain Casate, tl*o f leo.le of \VahaIak. but their names of he beet aDd leading -

the desired fresh water was not obtained, and one of them, a bailitf, named Jet ian explorer.The carrot be le rnetl. They will oe lynched -
Lee,'found Griffin and attempted to arrest dead body of a well dressed white i- cn.ghr.T.e makers at prices that: defY "
especially as the ascertained existence of him. The negro resisted fought man was lo:"nd-in the woods about four p -',-; of whites halted in front of

so thick a ledge of rock gives assuranceof and Honed and beat Lee until he was miles south of Birmingham Ala. There Maur 's v\\:u-e. A iVw them walked n'> competition.
division forced to shoot him in self-defense. The were several frightful wounds on the t :liis i r M :. nee, but fond it d ertPd.
a definitely impervious between
ne rro is dead. man's head and a bar of iron covered 1 rom t.i- residence they went to the
the present silt flow and the freshwater with blood via* toand near the body. I smo :cho'.tf-e. where they found three ,

which geologists give us assuranceof An Incendiary Fire. Kobbery v;as evi '!'ently the object of the !I ne:i ioeThoe were as ;eil the wl.era- Pianos and Unas sell n t* libll'
crime ;:? the man's pockets had beentrued abuutsof Maury. but they pretended
the uncertain thickness the rock
: The body has not yet been iden- J they scull not tell where he cuui ce
remaining to be perforated, being the NEW YORK, Dec. -Sully'' hotel tified. foand. \Viiiie the whites! were living 10 lent Plan wta!! iani ..t f
in Long Island II
City, was destroyed
greatest difficulty. Mo-t of the French papers consider there extract s'me in ormatioa from them a f
to day by an incendiary fire. ,ection of the Panama canal bill mistake 1 man on the outside shouted:
a to GhnrcB DI Qom
flow is about l ; OOO
Thepresent gallons There was a wild panic among the guests: "Here i h Maury. bup -ose you coins

per diem which makcsx the eyes of and many narrow escapes. One guest A large party of New Eng.and gentlemen : and arrest: him r' will recent PfPt
was found apparently suffocated but Tho whites rushed in a from the All correspondence
the Volunteer bucket brigade to sparklein are on their way to De atur. Aa.! .
was finally revived. Undoubted evidences to iii. estimate its mineral and mdu,trial building, and as they emerged were received attention.
a recognition of a boundless central of arson were discoveredand Mr. attractions.The bv a volley of muskets and shot

supply in 'case of fire. Sully, the proprietor, was arrested after gun Five white men were fatally E. 11. WAGER,
the fire river bank bevond protecting levees wounded and others
was extinguished. The loo i more or less
the water is strongly impregnated withk about 3,000. I at St spjerh. La.., iscainDi_ :- ously. Tltuyt'idle,

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___ THE FLORIDA STAR, THURSDAY, DEC. 27, 1888. -:., 5
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.,. Has His Eye On 'Us.P" NOTICE.I I NOTICE.
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am prepared with full set of tools I In Circuit Court for the Seventh Judicial

PIDL.1DELr IA, Pa., Dec. 19.-While for sinking artesian wells. With my Circuit of Florida, Dafa Cosily

thee\\" York situation is bothering tho small set, have sunk four wells 155 to I

statesmen, Gen. Harrison is devoting 200 feet deep, obtaining flows of from In CI aneerg.

,,\ eastern of his time to the consideration 80,000, to 86,000 gallons per day, from EZRA A. 05 GoN. ) .
more two inch pipes. Have also a large set, tics V Kill for PartitionELNATIiAS'I'.FIELD.
1 of the south and the Dentation for sinking six to ten inch pipes, if wan- J of Land*.
it shall have in the cabinet. It is known ted. Having ventured in the business,
S q]I that he bas been going over the not very purchased tools, and successfully obtained It having been in.uio to appear.to the
Court by affidavit of the above named
southern ; full flowing well I ask the ,
large list of republican statesmen 1 patronage Complainant. that the said Ezra A. Qs-
carefully, in the hope of finding a I and influence of citizens and friends who I born anti Elnatliau T. Field as tenants

1 who shall be of cabinet biz<}, and at appreciate my efforts and who want I in common have (':I'h:1II equal undivided -
| wan time a fair entative of I well ilespcctfully, one half interest in certain tract of
the same ALBERT S. MAGRUDER, land in the County ot Osdeand Mate of
that part of tho country. Mahona would Hock Ledge. Florida to wit :

, be cne of the most distasteful men, pergonalh. Lot No. 7 of si'ctioii 17 and lot 2 of
.: that Gen. Harrison < o ;dd have Their ISusincss! Uooming. section 1C. township 41 south r:1I1.e 4:1:

his official family. He leant to men Probably no one thing has caused: such east, contlIllln100 :1 ft>5I.ot
I in less well known and less di-liked by the a general revival of trade at all the drug No. -I. section 20: township -17 south.ianjre43 .
. f bulk of the southern po, le. The nature I stores on Indian River as their giving I east. containing: 12 bO-U> acres: ;
r of the material from which ne hato se j away to their customers of so free I.ors No. 1. 3, 4 and 5 section :!G. \Iultot".
tk,' it natural that th.. many N'o.! 2 and 15 "Action 27, township( .,;.J
lect. m s attorney- trial bottles of Dr. King's New Discovery i
l should be the pki'e ino-t south 1:1IIt2 east containinir: 1G 7.'J100aeie -
generaLhu1) for Consumption. Their trade is simply I
tho t.ht ot in connection with a southern ( iu this <' Xortheat; | of .>:itection }t.
j enormous very valuable article :27. autlnonlwlst of
4 s-octinu H.
:, man. from the fact that it always cures and township :i:1: south mllc..J:!
j Georgia ought to bo able to furin-Ji a ; east containing -
of this clement in the never disappoints. Cough, colds:; a::th- 171 SO-1 00 acres ; Lot No. 2 Motion'
I fair ft.'l'l'n' '
f bOut!;/but no special nauie-; from that ma, bronchiti*, croup, and all throat and II, northwest \ of section .'5 1. lot No. 1
.1 state alt' menii ued jet. It is not le- I lung diseases quickly cured. You can and 2 of section 3t: township :.3 outh.
".j liewd that (jell. Lon &uoet isuiuonj thecahtlt't test it before buying by getting a trial I range U east: (-ontaining 244 JS-IUlt
I I 11 DM +hies.: tie be.GXi.s 10 an { bottle free, large size $1. Every bottle acies ; Lot No. o and 0; "Vrtiuu 11. Im
I o.d regime, that i3 good enough for diplomatic I warranted.A No. 1.t.._:; and S. of section 11. lilts No.l.1. .
1liJ.l'\'s or .uhor.iinaie places at I ----- ---- ,----- -- ami b. !section :!.':.tow n hip 4J: south.
!J borne !but will not IBIA" well wail the Eiaioiots Lull at KJ.S. : range 42 cast containing 107 11-liK
young UIII i energetibio d that General\! acres ; Southwest j northeast }. xt
A hungry lion is considered
commonly amost
J will dc his cabinet A. of sntithe t.t J and sollthc'I of
ilarri- ': pects nuiiare ; !j -otuhw -
.J J auII.i.. admmistiatioii.YOIIIIU i, dangerous customer, a id natural j m'puloe I. e>t 4.Sec.27 tow n!'hip."Nouth. rangp42
1 i is to him in his
1 Baxter of Ttnues-ee, stop deadly career. east:: containing, lllOaen-sLosXoIand
1 awytr :
who v.. :i:> itl.t in the running early by Impure blood i is a ferocious and pitiless foe, action 2I>. lots 1. 2aml 3. i'otiuu 2'X! tor:
. j Con rt',man Houck is still talked of. dashing through the arterial system of the l.o, .I and .>, of section y.;>, township T:J
1 UK taut. r had a irrow escape irom be- human body, dcstroyini the health ami -South Kiii i' 12 east containing :;;1) -I.IIOU .
.)I ing li. It comes hydro like in .\. Lots No. 1. ::. and 4. IIi --etion 2,
.J lLxuiii'iitl. the wtli known ex.Conff- tr1 I j many headed imp'tuou ness, as liheuma- lot lot* section 11. east 4 of nnrthenst 1
be j tism, Scrofula, UlcerClltl Head, lout, ot section :!2. town :3
1 ;,ta' bit ;,uuranteetJ now to thoroughly hip south range
\ rec--tr.C'led.: is Laid tv tx among I the: i !Sypltilisor that dread nichlitinire ton ten1psia. 12 east, containing(; 2-100acr): ; East
I fry in.n whose names arc J Hair:son's list as cabinet j,osibihties.Aii I Huot and Potassium) is the valiant le {'urer I 1 of section :22, township 53 south. rany
J run of Mississippi, and litjll'i k oforn' who comes to our aid, and replaces health A t -12 cast -outaininir 120 acres ; Northue-t
G ;;:a. are other fellows w hos' r- ; triumphantly on its throne. Woiiitnlu I !: northeast 4. southeast | j, cord, are being; looked l over. If the lawyer 1 are worn down and discouraged have fount a. i of southwest j. anti nut l
tall to Ian out an available man. or : P. P. P. an invaluable tonic,ngaininr;colorappttite i No. 1, of section :!;. township! 53 onth.
If an attorney general shall be selected: 1 and strength;: and forever accord range 42 east ctmtainijig US Itt lOt>
from F'JtJ1e other !section the new and I to tills; magic restorer, a credit and gratitud.aiijuirf .tI acres : Lot :No. 5 of section 27. township -
V-hin:: ;;! biBine element that forms so 1 ( *! }by few' nieduints. Try it and sera ."*:; south range 42 east containing
,.I.nlil.f.nt a feature in sotl.i no. life at I if it has not l been rather underrated that 36 C,)-100 acres; Lot X o. 0 of section f:J,
,jrevnt. n.ay jet rccoornition.'or nurlia u'crrlted11 drug.g5sU> hell it. : lot 5 of section 25, township 50 soutji.
cas*.' (;'ni. Harrison has his eye on I range 42 east. containing I.N 0-100 acres :
Henry U. !)aciof' We>t Virginia, with I wl'n Huon'in-. Tots No. 1. :2 and 3 of section 12 totsNo ;

whom his personal relations are inti- I Mr. \V. II. Morgan$ merchant, Lake 1 and 2 of section 35 t. township 51south. 1
n.ai: '. but whether Mr Lmu would acct City, Fla.1 was; taken with a severe Cold, and lots No. 1. 5 and G section _'
jt ,1ci. a place is do'ibtf ul. in view oft of township! 52 south .i2pat.
containing -
1 1 atttendcd with ". distressing Cough and range
!11- vt naive financ:al mtert-ati: that 1! running into Consumption in its flat :>92 :26-100 acre; Lot 1 and .->

4 M: J I l'l.'r-Dnaa looking after_ stagos. Ho tru; 1 many !calkd popular ? .I section 11, lots 1, ,I. ;5 ami 8 of section
]4. township i 2 !'south 42 cast.
remedies and .
cough steadily grew worse.11Vas
InternationalCopyright.. j reduced in flesh, had difficulty in containing 2U1 05-100 acreLots No.
2 and 5 southwest ] of northwest | Hi
: NF'.V YORK, Dec. 19.-An organizationcall' I 1 i brcathinir and was unable to sleep. IiI section 2. northwest! i of southeast \ ot(
nally tried Dr. King's New Discovery section 22.: 53 south 4_'
township ,
' \ for
| Consumption east, containing 114 25-100 acres; AS It!
Oe: !'in rna:ioual t'o;)yriht Bill has been I relief, and after using about a half dozen of fractional section 10 except 3 acre on

f..:I.!p,i hue, and is extending; through. bottles found himself& well anti has hart north end northwest ] of northwest i oi

t,'.: '1.<> cu"
I I. .:;> O.L'ji'jOO' in this city, and I can show so grand a record of cures range 12 east, containing 10:. 75-lu >
1! 1 aslr. Kin 's New Discovery for Con- acre; West -i southeast i of: scc'i"i i "!
f..rwat ,1
.i t-' Washington length} sumption. Guaranteed to do just what 21, northwest 5 northeast 1 -ujt lIt',
n 'i i '. :t'\.d-:; thu paIge of the bill. I\ is claimed fur it. Trial] bottle free at northwest } and southwest | t of f<' : i if'j2S

) 1. < ..m.-l..;:' the early C'lit'orsement f I Dixon & Benson's Drug Store, Titusville. ,M"I township i>l south, ranee .k' tsr

,1 t u," i I.: i <-. *. t'r':\i local branches ol[ I ____ __ ___ .. -' M"S. I contaimng2524.-haeres) : _\Ufr.j.! .. .. u.:'
I t.\\:. ... .. ':i ',1. tnx: ivas se- '" -4 { : i ,i ]oats oi !sections-' w anti :;::1. triv 0I'i : I .a i
.) < .i i v i i i. (,at a full discussion 1 1t ... t.J south, range 42 eat; etrri'; : ;'I: :VIatrts
I' ,.'j.;.\ ."' I All'fractitul '.
' : <
merits' :; : part- ) -
. utter ; of its .
i, -::t;'l't\g: : : _.., .
;.;.':..1)--\::- -- ('iri;:, I. ,;:'
;rl. : il-uth: ,_' IMI.i-iiH' \i really: antn-- I.. II'i .. i '. -t 1'.1 It'".I tai..:..tto ,. "
I 1 4 east, u cnvnutilntprrpniil-tted.ii
: > | .
1:1 i d' in a l"' <>:10 mi'ed degree to tue m- < .. .. .d. I
1 'r" ;t;" 'i f' ; v.I.ap.t -,1\"' and c) .,fu.tion: 5, lots No. ': .. t. : 'I.
of artisans ot \
t. : the tiieprnuairi ; u-tri1 M. i'T nave t "
i : ,
.1 ii '
t : ; -
i; .t.;.". :.. d also of small publiian. tiii in!,:-. J'tl! .l-.tl,:(:.1 UV i.iy.: s, i I" 11 section, lot H. 2 olbett.;. :! i. vmship41 l
j '
.... ,L al.Ts: and | aj:er trade Itateittt : ro"P.: ii ..;uv(.0.*.;I'rni.u4-i" :y.'ar. JJJLNX E it'UT,:O.l m: .'I'....:.......: . I A outh, range ,3 east, 1">: ,:-m.,
,1 i ",,.t tilt resent system of iree com;*,a1 ... .. ... ..... 211) 25-lM; | acres ; Northeast "t'-t ..itireast .
n !11tl! the I'tblizllingbusillessgh. o tie. Ii u'iI1iii: a :,.; ', section 17, Jot N >.3ot' -. .,(lion
1 1'. t.: I 1.. the Hjtaptnt: literature a the : #1 Edition of Scientific Ante.-:?..:,. u t 21. lot Xu. 7 of section 2S:;, ttitri I'. I t f!
cursI while! it iutnibhclaplovment to : A jriv ir eater<.'. K u h t-the r .n;aI'- J I south, rjin-jre: 43 east, containing i t 7jUK :>
a i I.:.; '!li 1 larger numb:'rot 1.riu.ers.pre"'t>-1! liht.'iat' 'u'tlic':pia-tell utWnjr ot ece < r {
in n. 1 I. c ctro'yper binderartist,. en'rlvt ; luil pi.in-* a'ui hew iti"Lti1Jas, !..r t hl' u.u -....' '..t, north 1 of lot No. 5 of section :'. :. all
l.Ii1lO.:: '' PrifN-; '
and newsdealers 1 consumej.u > hp c.rt.'mp.t
i rs *n ,
< .
: ., fractional of 3-1 -ln
25 ) 1'CSf.I L.tngCu parts section tow
''t 11 larger. quantities of i.ajwr. than raised:f topY. ;; : :: r. II 41 south, range 43 east, containing :212:
the 'tof fureLrn were
r prints .
I : ." 11lH'x JI j .\\f-W '- by 1" ':- 2a-1Ni acres: : Lots No. J. 2 and,5 ,,f
level I
u11 i.t' j ijiheEnglish as pro- 1; j i / .11'\
pr al.| ctb}' the {'olyri/ht bill.; The or- ': .'! il lace find., ""H'r" I' 1 section 3. town>hip4i south, ranltc1..',
..I .. east, containing; Ih7 78-1(10 acre.Lut.
haul .1' .on recommends that c'om'u a- ; ..' r" ,.,U's' -xi>eru"ioo nnrt have nu..1.: .ter. ; >
tuiii''L,. guaranteed i*> toteign: author*. ; l\ .I.OI"J( appluwtH fur, American and t'ev > No. 1 and 4 of section.2:;, lots No. 4 and'
llci! t hat American b' rin've
fctum i ..f pirating forei_n literature by : fVlARKS.In tO "IlohiJ'H south, range .Ja east f'IIU-
t.. lo.i' > b 4 ot t KJU; WMlM Lots Xo. 1a .
j a ;g..alt iiunt.j ougrws f.n'te' cuter mark i <': r e?irc(.h the Ps- taming! acres;
j Uiriirtit to collect a reason }Jil n,ylt c'nt or.oe, apply t.' 3n-NN X c II., i>-'x.':fei ) and >S of section 5, lots Xo. 1 and 7 oteetion '
Send lor 1ta '
n Itail'! bu,,l,'?. charts. E,ap*. I 8, township 4f south, range J'';
' f AI: e..I i rep.oiiut : MI'. !, .irhiypr. cured. Ailttrtal'NN -* cast, containinirjyij 2.100; < ( npr : Lt.tNo. -
"' t I'nvign bojks as at |>ie.-('ut, .tII1! !: :'? ; & ('f).. Patent f oicitor-. 1 and lets<< No (j, 7 and] 8 of section
, -.\uh ii.t u; crating monopo'ita'! of foreign ,:t.UAL; OFFICE--: :;'-;.i-uu.I.AY..--- --_._N-Y 17, lots No. 1 and 2 (section 3.1. township '
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.J hit .'t je in this country. It LilJU i
I Ii I
43 south, range; 43 t'ast. eontaiuin_
! ofeinhIe
h > nuing bill is practically a grant
_, j i ; .:;iU, to a few men and powerfull : TO RENT OR FOR SALE, ) 217 11-llJOatres ; Lots No. 1,2 and ;;
1 I l,uhi! >!tn.: bfinses in 1.011.100 nnd "n our I, section 3. lot No. 1 section t>. lot-
" i At\utH' aboard to control the publish i A FIIST-CL.k"SRESTAURANT No. 1 am12'or Ito. township 4'';
ill : 'leak south rmet3 east, (containing) ft-1
J ;: !>using of the inat- )-s ng : :
j wItrld.tn't :.n its ro: ultsto ri-.e the price ItM< ) :u rt'I: ()tK No. 1 and 3 of .nwtio'i2JK
j of h nks and make the dir-('.nination of !I l lots No. land 2 of!cction 31. 1 I. t

mt llijen'-e more costly, and hence, lee : Near Railroad Depot. No. 1 section 32: township 4-S MiaHi.
un.., t.. :->a1. :I nmgf13; :; <'sets containing; 1GI Iii luo
i I The Ilnu-se contninlarirc: Dining acres ; Lots No. 1 and 2 of section ."..
f needles and Pins. lloomitli Kitchen adjoining, with all lot No. t) section 0, lots No. 1 and -

I' convenience'water, etc. Also four I of section 7, township south, ramse!
r; NEW YOUK, Dec. 10.-[Sl'eei:11.1-ADn Sleeping Hooms.I 43 eat, containing: 1H 71-100 acres
OTk'1ia! hiss Debar the pr.iluc-erof spirit I Will be rented furnished if l!( ircd.I Lots Nl). 1 and 2:
pictures, has Leen release from tho penitent I The Owner wishes to retire the 1 and :"i section :30: I township 41'xouth
This i is good chance to
a: Both t bu:- iiusx.: a rmc1a east containing; 227 (>-10<>
, ar.- on Blackwcll's bland. i right lart- Address, acres; Lot No. 1. R -and 5 of section
ri she and her husband hare been exemplary OIV EK. Tl'rl'S"II.TAl:. is L.t.QakIwn. 31, township 41)! south, ranire 43 east,
priers during their in:"arceration. I -- ---- -- containing 105): acres; Lots No. 1 and :2

she i* the picture of health, and ofrection28, township. south genre:

hay: orked faithfully in the sewingruouieer. House_ 43 east containing Cl :;1..1(10* ( acres.
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." day. And the object of this suit is to pro
< ''n (* ;n four weeks she has been al- cure partition of the same. And it having '-
li)\\ed f+ receivo visitors: but these have Lake Worth, Dado County, Fla. been made to appear that Klnathan

not len u any. Law..er Ma.'fill's nephewhas T. Field, the defendant is a nonresident i,
c ailed! a few tiuies and ex-Minister New house and Newly Furni.hpd.UOOlUS of the circuit in which this suit i is
O'SuLiv.in. tho great spiritualist: who single" or in Suites. instituted. It is therefore ordered that
tig'rt' I in the Diss Debar trial. has been the said Klnathan T. Field do appear
a q.it>r in several occasions No reporters NEAR THE INLET. ; and answer said bill for partition herein
l ha\> been allowed to annoy her. I filed, on or before the first day of February -
Owner Tais was in response to heron A. I). 1 S9. And it is further .I
n tue t. ordered that a copy of this order be
Gen bs-, Debar who will lea\'o a day published in the FLORIDA ST.tR, a I
later than his spouse has been employed Best View of Lake and Ocean, new paper published in the adjoining:

as.a ci. iiin the pin shop and has not County of Urevard, there being no news

Ran missed The a dav's madam work has lot since fifteen his terra poundsIn be- And best Hunting and Fishing grounds paper published in Dade County, for

while the has increased I on Lake Worth. four consecutive weeks next precetlin:.:
weight eight pounds. Lawyer genera:Marsh is the first day of :February A. I). lay!).

reported to still: have plenty of faith in Fine Lawn shaded by monster Oaks Done and ordered in Chambers at

her has: manifestations and raedlumship. and His and Tropical Growth, both DeLand, Florida, this. 2Sth day of Nov.A. .
sent her
many D. 1SS8.
nephew was at the foot of Twenty-third Wild and Cultivated.Try ; .
street to-day with a carriage to receive JOHN I). IROOM
the madam, and she will presumably betaken us once and you win come again. Judge of the Seventh Judicial
to Lawyer Marsh's house. Circuit of Florida.
ALLEN E. HEYSER, Proprietor. .I : ,. 1 ,





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An Infamous White Cap. .... ia ous and destructive. Most people Consumption Surely Cured.To PIONEER COOPERAGESyrup CATID5.L. ..

THE EDITOR-Please inform your readers thatI .
have in their stomachs a poison, have a positive remedy for the above-named Barrels $2.25. A. GIXGIL\S

NEW ALBANY, Ind., Dec. 19.-Wm. slow but fatal the disease. By its timely use thousands of hopeless: ,
more quite as as
cases have been permanently cured. I shall be
Gregory, one of the alleged White Capsof of those maladies which glad to send two bottles of my remedy FREE to any Gauged to oilier ten cents extra. :
germ sweep. of you readers who bave consumption if they will ATr=Y-AT-LA\V AIID
West Fork, Crawford county, under men into eternity by thousands send me their express Respectfully and post office address. Wheelwrighting and Repairing. VOTARY cI

$tOOC' bon, came to the city yesterdayand without warning in the time of T. A. SLOCUM, M. C, 181, Pearl st., New York. C. O. B. Rock Ledge, }'

called at the residence of M. M 34 _ts
great epidemics. But it is a mercy Honey barrels and Oval Water Breakers
Scott ctable merchant on State I L. GAULDKX
a resx lion's This TJ ,
that if watchful we can from $:!.OO up. .
street, and met Miss Lilly Davis, daughter we are We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any
We$ tell when threatened. The case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by taking Tanksand <<
of G. W. Davis, a neighbor at titi e are Kail's Ca'arrh Cure. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, al

Fork, who is on his bond for $tOOO to i following are among the symptoms, F. J. CHENEY & CO.. proprietor, Toledo, O. all kinds of COOPER WORK to order.
We, the undersigned, have known F J. Cheney Titusville 1:1 .
answer for White Capism. The young yet they do not always necessarily for the last 15 years and believe him perfectly hou-
lady, who is scarce eighteen years old. orabl. in all butanes transactions, and financiallyable T. S9IISON .
appear in the same order, nor are to carry out any obligations made by their & WILLIAMS,
had Leen to Jlooresville, this county, on firm. LaGrange : : Florida. JONES ;;
I they always the same in different \\e"t & TniT, wbole ale drag-jUta Toledo, O.
a visit to her aunt, and told her that ------- --- --- I
Kiiinan & Marvin, wholesale drug.
brother Will Davis, was in the city, cases. There is a dull and sleepy tii..ta, Toledo, OhioE. :.- ,: w"J, ,fjUO i people UtaJt tob.j thai iJaed it attorHc3 N-at-L.uvr. ,'r I
drunk at the Farmers' hotel. Previous I II Van Hot-sen, cashier, Toledo National '. ehablehouse >
o 'M;;et land most ,and they cseFTys
to that. Gregory had met young Davis feeling; a bad taste in the mouth, I'anL Tol do, Ohio. Titusville. !
and induced him to take drink from a Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken Internally acting { Seeds
a in the the
especially morning of the
+ ; appetite directly upon the blood and mucus surfaces "
flask of whisky. I sl teiu. Pn't? 75o. per bottle. c-EO. M. KOimiXS,
As soon as young Davis recovered and is changeable, sometimes Sold by nil Druggists. 3.llUctilcll'S D.M. FERRY 4 CO. r.tf'6'Ji s
acknowledged to te tre
learned that his sister and Gregory were and again it seems as though t i. LargestSeed: "
poor, Salve.The ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.
Arnica > !
seen together, he reported the facts to =:" : ,
In the wcrfd
the police. A watch on the trains was } the patient could not eat enough, best salve in the world for cuts, (7/. '. ( c.. I'D. \)t;. M.FaRSiaCr.'v: TITrsvI I.LE, 1' *r *
kept, but nothing could be discoveredof and occasionally no appetite at all; bruises, sores, ulcers!, salt rheum, fever \t. .4'-:. '".. rrz ':.a Illustrated tivea.ndl'riEdoj' 1)3C.'r.: ;>. ------Lit. .*
the whereabouts of the guiltv j.air. sores, tetter chapped hand, chilblains, *$ ,\ .. ''" .! r '>-/...,.."'. l : i
This Davis met dullness and sluggishness of the cV In\ SEED AfelW'.1- A. M. THKASIIEK.: .
morning early young; : corns and all skin eruptions' and positively ,iy5 ; jailt
his sister the street, and she at htlj a For 1889
on ,
all of the where- I mind ; no ambition to study or cures piles, or no pay required '; SileS .- WiII be mailed mEt ATTORNEYATLAW.P *
first denied
knowledge work less headache and It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction M... -, i- to all applicants ewithout .a:
abouts of Gregory bince early last | : more or ,_ ;J! to last year's
I or refunded. Price 25 cents ordering it l.IH. O. Box on. S.\XI'tJJil
evening. The girl final.** admit- i heaviness in the head ; dizziness box. For sale by all drug stores in ,..>....-u r.Caallflower I able to 011.Everypereonn'ii'q Will prartire in all the counties of ilk
per GardenField Flower
I Seed.
ted to a detective that he Greg- I wezUteace. I 1 or : Cir'mt and Supreme Court
ory had occupied a roan in some hotelin i on rising to the feet or moving sud- Titusville, and on Indian Rher. should send for it. Address
::.ai.FERRY&CO.,Detroit,Kich: -- ----- -
Louis ulie. where, she could not tr 11, denly ; furred and coated tongue ; I _. A"LLEN" HEYsjEi I:,
and that he had accomplished her ruin. Advice to Mothers.
1 1a of load the stomach Mrs.WXKSLOWs ooTHUmSYRcpshouldalwsys: I JOHN F. STRATTON & SON,
The girl heretofore bore a good reputa- i sense a on
be used when children are cutting teeth. It re- __ II!
tion in Crawford county. She H a large, .. .. Altey-at-Law an CnnveY
that nothing removes hot and lieves thelittlesuffereratoncentproducesnatural ctj fta"" jagjiSSrImporters --"" <
tine It okmg country girl,weighing about I ; quiet sleep,and the little cherub awakes"brightas I tf i\i' *
= :
li>."> pounds.Gregory dry skin at times ; yellow tinge in a button." It is very pleasant to taste. It .'" -: L.1ke"urth Dado County, ctr'
soothes the chill,softens the ,allaysall pain, -
!,{ == :;
has a wife and three children, bowels,and is the best known remedy ]
the scanty and high colored regulates the Will furnS-h: Abstracts Title
and lives n neighbor to Davis. His wife eyes ; for diarrhoea, whether arising from teething or G_ l a-
Las b to ill in bed for be A era weeks, urin ; sour taste in the mouth, frequently other causes. Twenty-five cents a bottle. I Count lands.

tnJ both families were very mti ae. attended by palpitation of FOR SALE of all kinds of ;Il'IJr
Old man Davis has been teltgr.tj lied to Mouth Harmonicas B. BURCHFIKLD, :r
coil e home at once, and b expected the heart ; impaired visions, with A tract of land on Indian River in the I 49! ::"lanlen T.aiir, New \oik. ;:.1 -.

home. It it believe that if he or his that to.be in I county of Krcvard, consisting:: of 88 --- -- ------ -- ---- ----- ..

son licet Gie cry, there will be blood spots seem swimming acres; it being lot No. o, and south hall ; .1011 N j'. .M'KAITON <;. MJN, COUNTY .
shed. the air before the cough I of ; : 1) \IAHIJ\ L\M.) XUtt: YOttK
eyes ; a of the northeast quarter section 3., Orders by mail will receive as
Gregory is the store keener at West and ]lot No. a, being the southwest quarter -! .-
with a greenish-colored expectoration ,: -..... --.;;; ;;- -: -!:':-' "- attention a- calls in person.Address sj
who believed have been "" ""
Folk is to .r"f".10.-: .
of the JlIIJ'thwe-t quarter of section .. 1r'l 't'rll.. "" .
I .
wounded in the tight with the whitecaps night's rest a sticky 11.-'l'r-_. :"<_.."."-.. : Gc-orgiana,
; poor ; I 20, both in tounship A south, range ;3D) I

at yorelanJ's house last summer.It i slime about the teeth and gums ; I east. This; is: a very desirable piece of I IIlJport.'r \Ithutadnrl-r: ; scud \Vh(>les.le Dealer
is believed hat (.regl.rJ his: lied the I in all LiiiiU <>tliotiusl F. ATKINSON S
('ountnand will forfeit his bond whn j hands and feet cold and clammy ; hammock :sil of rich quality, suitable : :MerchuuiiM'<11'.11 Boxes. Band Tnstrulil H
the white trial otTo The for the raising: ; of all tropical fruite. Is I <'I.is. !-'traItN"'<. (>lnr;ited Russian
cap irritable and bowels boundup Out \i-hu 24 >ii
temper situated at the Narrows, hear Eno- post- Strings I
says he bid her good bye at Louisville.faying .
he was going home and costive. This disease has office. Will sell cheap for c-as.li. For I II JUSTICE OF THE few
particulars address ,
For the Second Justice District
and still
4 puzzled the physicians, E. M. LOW I
Doomed Cursei. Importers yard county ; Court days, third )
by puzzles them. It is the common- Sept. .}. Brockton. Muss._ 1 ee and Wholesale of each month. 2te

SPRINGFIELD, Mass., Dec. ".- ist of ailments and yet the most ': ja Dealers in

A young man and prominnt citizen complicated and mysterious. Pome- [Hid 6 I 'i nlUSIC.\. THE MUSIC HOUSE OF .iE...!

has just died at Uolyoke under times it is treated as consumption, .

strange circumstances.- sometimes as liver complaint- and I tjssl' MErchandisE ....

Fortyjeirs ago a Catholic priest: In then again as malaria and even as I hit.r
II A. B. C.AM JJacksonville ]
this city, Father Doughertv. wa*charged heart disease. But its real natureis I 49Maiden

with the betrayal of a young lady. The that of constipation and dyspep- Lane Fla. ) W*

Sunday following the exposure a crowdof sia. It arises in the digestive organs XEA" YORK. ,

forty or more excited parishioners III John F. Stratton & Son's Celebrated
and affects all the others .
soon '
the church door and refused
Father gathered Doughetty at admission to the throughthe: corrupted and poisoned 1 K i 'iSELFr ,1' Russian Gut Violin Strings, I will Sell and Deliver at your SI

1 angry priest thereupon I station First-Class
cursed those whose hands were turned blood. Often the whole body-in- A feu'uuSc and Standard Popular Medical Treatise on Our <>u.uant<>t>.- a Denier receives a com- 't
I thcj Errors of Youth,Premature Decli Iil',Nervous plaint (whirls h*> believe te !b. L'ln-.t) from any "'
against him and it is declared that nearly cludinn the nervous system-is literally and Physical Impurities of the Blood, ...
DebilitV. musician to whom JH' daR .101 ai 3 ot they strings: ,
'N all of those 'cti sedha; died unnatural stan.cd lie is tnturtnz--d bv us to gire him another string f"tn
deaths, while th-ir children have even when there is without chaise, aid all such los will be made ..

not been exempted. Throe or four of no emaciation to tell the story. I good by u. to our cnctomerft without quibble or .r'I.
question BfWitie flf /mutation.
.. ) ORc .
the haccured"are still dl ;e. Amon .
:; has shown that thereis Dealers will l'l" t' scud fur descriptive cata-
them is Owen O'Connor or this city. I Experience lo {iif. Trade Mijiphed at lowe>t prices. 34 .. ..:

tout two years ago )lr.j O'Connor's but one remedy that can certainly --- -- ---- FOR LESS: MONEY than other
yo"Ingest son. Dr. P. J. 0 tonuor. committed UcMiUingtrom Folly,Vice,Ignorance Excesses: or Ignited States. I any lD
suicide at Worcester: uid to-day cure this disease in all its stages, Overtaxation,Enervating and mintting the victim Opened for the Season. be as represented.always I Will guarantee ship a Piano or
for Work,Business,the Married or Social Relation.
another son, ex-3Ia\or and City Phyoi- namelyShaker Extract of Roots or Avoid unskilful pretenders. Possess this great .A. any honest man or woman on trial "
who is interested in his
man :: own satisfactory, I will both w
pay freight
cian O'Connor, of Holyoke, died pt apo u" rk. It contains 300 pages royal 810. Beautiful iii
plexy. Dr. Swazey, one of the witnesses :Mother Seigcl's Curative Syrup. It )"I.n.i.ng>:. .'I.oat-paid.embossed. concealed full gilt.in plain Price wrapper.,only$1.00 llluso by- welfare will be pleased to know tha I cash$5 a and month$10.on month an Organ ou a Piano till paid and for$10- --

against Father Dougherty fell thioii'h never fails, but, nevertheless no : \ Prospectus Free if von apply now. The ANDREW GIBSON m ore than ordinary rent. On these tie
.a i, idsje near Northampton several a' ;n. iiiKhed author,Wm. II. Parker,M. D., re- terms anyone can own a instrument.
year> ago and was killed John I' Music. Strings, Violins Ban Jon, '
from the National Medical Association
-who was one of the leading pro&ecutor-. so-called remedies, for they will do for the PRIZE ESSAY on NERVOUS and cordeous, and in fact, every Musical 'It11Ift
fell own a flight of fctairs and -!it'd.John. PHYSICAL DEBILITY. Dr.Parkerandacorpa TfttusvlKIe. that is made,and at very low price. *
.Topping.another who oppjaed thopriest no good. Get this great vegetable of Assistant Physicians may be consulted confidentially plete Catalogues. I have 20.000 piece :
fell thirty feet in an ice-house discovered by mail or in person, at the office of PATRONS. Music at 10 cents per copy. 5,000 books ills
( by a
preperation venerable Music
TIlE 1'EABODY MEDICAL INSTITUTE, at 10 vents i>er copy. 6,000 Books
and was instantly: killed. Jui.n Madden, No.Uulfinch St.,Uoston,1\las\whom ail -0- t vocal and Instrumental Music at 50(
who was one of the leading:: ...Uo-n keepers nurse whose name is a house orders for books or letters for advice should be Plain and Fancy Cake made to order.Bal'cr' c ent Any piece of sheet music

of New Lnrlan; i twenty years ago, hold word in Germany), and be directed as above. t o50 per each cent, sheet below publishers prices.cent. 11i
bu. Bread pieces music size 10
-came under the Misfortunes crowded MARVELOUS 8 always on hand. i
sure to get the genuine article. Catalogue.A. 11i
in upon him and from a prosperous Also a iirst-class Barber shop attached. B. Campbell, Jacksonville
-merchant with ban
a :$100,000 account. GIVE UP BY SEVEN DOCTOIIS.
he died almost a pauper. Michael Burns Meals at nil hours; from 5 a. m. toll p.m. (Mention this paper.]
of Park street became an atheist. Ed. Shaker Extract of Roots or Sei- MEMORY Parties desirng to leave on morning mail

ward Rile, an old armorer died nt paralysis gel's Syrup has raised me to good boats and hacks- wilrelease-note-- -this.- 5,000 Budded Trees For
,. his daughter became insane and
his son. Edward Rile, is now violently i health after seven doctors had given PARKER'SHAIR ;

insane, and In his delirium he raves me up to die of consumption.So DISCOVERY.Any BALSAM At Low Prices. I
about Father Dougherty's curs Cleanses and beautifies the hair.
Many others whose name cannot be writes R. F. GraceKirkmanville, book learned in one reading. 11 Promotes a luxuriant growth. 6O.OOO in
Never Fails to Restore
Mind wandering cured. Gray
used, ave diediolent or mysterious Todd Co., Ky. Speaking without notes. Hair to ill Youthful Color. Apply to ,V'. H. SHARPE,

deaths :nth people are debating; the Wholly unlike artificial systems.: IPreTents_60e.and Dandruff 81.00 at and nrncrtrlxtgL hair falling
qUtticJnVh ) will Lo the.next., victim HE HEARD OF IT JUST IN TIME. Piracy condemned by Supreme Court. City ,
Great inducement to correspondenceclasses.
of Father 1
"I had been about given up to .
Prospectus with opinions of Dr. Wm. A. Hammond .
Most Miserly Wretch. die with dyspepsia when I first saw the world-famed Specialist in Mind diseases, I g
Daniel Greenleaf Thompson, the great Phycholo- M Traveling or South take the
the advertisement of Shaker Ex- gist and other Kent free by u
"W,:.NIPED. Manitoba. Dec. 15).-The Prof. A. LOIS TTE. 237 Fifth Ave., New York. I
tract of Roots or Seigel's Syrup.
the e 20. InI.allory
most miserly man on continent of S S.

America. has just been discovered at After using four bottles I was ableto

Clan William a small settlement a few 1 t!
attend to business as well as
miles from this city His name is McRae. my <1' "'Via F nandina. )z etwonNew : R
I know of several of
and he is a Scotch'farmer, who has livedin ever. cases

the district for some time. chills and fever that have been a
On Sunday his wife contributed $10 Aching Sides and Back, Hip, Kidney and Uterine York and Florida Boston Philadelphia and the
toward the building fund of the new cured by it." So writes Thos. Pul- Pains, Rheumatic, Sciatic. Sharp and WeakeningPains I
Relieved in one minute by the Curticura An
Presbyterian church. When MeHae lum, of Tay, Geneva Co., Ala. ti-Pain Plaster. The first and only instantaneouspainkilling Sailing
heard of this he went almost craw, and strengthening plaster. 25 cents ; five
going into his barn he tied one end of a WORTH TEN DOLLARS A BOTTLE. I for $1.00. At druggist, or of POTTER DRUG AM' FROM NEW YOKK CITY ?YR03I }'ERXAXIHX.PIER I
CHEMICAL Co., Boston.
strong rope to a rafter of the ceiling and Mr. Thomas P. Evans, of the I Pimples,blackheads, chapped and oily skin cured 21. E. R., EVERY FRIDAY.y CENTRE STREET WTIAI'.F, EVER
the other end around his neck, and at- by CCTICCKA SOAP. i
tempted to hang himself. His wife dis- firm of Evans & Bro., Merchants, the Iron Steamships STATE OF TEXAS, CITY OF SAX ,

covered him, and with the assistance of CHICHESTER'S ENGLISHPENNYROYAL GRANDE.
Horntown Accomack Co. Va.
-a friend cut him down in time to save I 1t6r Are large, elegant, deep-draft and comfortable, sailing alternately.
his life. He was determined to put an writes that he had been sick with PILLS the best on the Coast.

end to the misery he experienced over disorders for I BED CS323 :IIAJICITD BSAH2. J
the loss of his money, however, and laterin digestive many years orlsisalbeiIe.ymeaaieeandreliable SCHEDULE.
the day to commit suicide and had tried and I f. pill for al,. herer Fail. ,
attempted physicians
many Auk for Oticheiter-t nglul< I 'oUTH BOUND
> from Pier 21 E. River New York December 28th :
by drowning, but was again rescued. '\' Diamond Brand,in red me- ,
medicines without benefit. He began r- (tan box.ealedwith blue nbJbon. 11th 18th 25th
Finally the church authorities decided I a At Drnrrl t*. Aeeept ; February 1st, 8th, 15th and 22nd.

to return the man his money, and he is to use Shaker Extract of Roots I .7J I no other.boxes,pink All pills wrapper in pasteboard ,aredanger- NORTH-BOUND, from Fernandina,'4:30 train from Jacksonville. tIi
now hanY. on*counterfeit. Send 4e. (itampo tot
or Seigel's Syrup about the last of particulars and"Belief for Ladle,"is CITY OF SAX ANTONIO, Captain Wilder...............Thursday, P.31. I>

How Do We Dig Our GravcS 1 Jan. 1887 and was so much betterin IDODlalafrom LADIES letter wbohan bY return.e
We must eat or we cannot live. ...Chichester Caemlcai Co.,]IadisonSq.,PMla.r CITY OF SAN ANTONIO, Captain Wilder...............Thursday, "
three weeks that he considered
This all know But do we all STATE OF TEXAS:, Captain Williams............ "*'.... a
himself a practically well man. CITY OF SAN ANTONIO, ......::....... u "

know that we die by eating? It is He adds, I have at this time one STATE OF TEXAS, Captain Williams...7.7.............. "

said we dig our graves with our EPPS'SGRATEFUL ty Direct all Freight via Mallory Steamship Line from Pier No. 21 E. R.. New York.
bottle on hand, if I could not get t Specia1 Agents are located at*U principal Points through Florida, where tickets can be i
teeth. Hpw foolish this sounds. information obtained.
any more I would not take a ten dol- 4"'OMFORTING.'OOOOA. .5 tate.rooms and berths secured in advance from Jickscntille and Fernandina office.
Yet it is fearfully true. We are aI'Trains from F. R k !\. n'J' rn directly to fliP'. aide at Fernandinx
lar bill it.
terrified at the approach of the for Any further Information can be obtained from -
Alt J. M. CUTLER, Paaeengee Agent, corner Bay and Hogan streets J.cbonYiUe, J1a.
cholera or yellow fever, ;yet thereis druggist, or address A. J. I S R. W. SOUTHS ICK. Agent Fernaudma. Fla.
IL H. RAYMOND, General
a disease constantly at our doors White, Limited, 54 Warren St., I Traveling Agent

.and .in our houses far more danger- N. Y. I I MADE WITH BOILING MILK. C H. MALLORY & CO.. General Agents, Pier 20 E. R W YORK I

a '

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r THE FLORIDA STAR, THURSDAY, DEC. 27, 1888. 7r. _

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jjrs.Harrison's Bad Photographs. '" I c. JHardware. : : cTI., SOB.GSU: Vi

; DLL .1roLIs, Dec. 15.-Mrs. Harrison and

J I pronounced views on the subject ofp1Lt1rC3 EVAPORATORS

of herself. There is one kind
baring a large ae of which she says General Produce

the sight. They show
she cannot bear cfl MILLS

her full face and with a smile. The like .

ness is tolerably good, but she thinks itc4re3 PURE GOD LIVER OIL MERCHANT. And Syrup Makers' Supplies. a .

an unpleasing expression of her cflCAD :
l!!! Hy
unenance. Her favorite photographs I I OPHOSPBITES -s. Melbourne[ Florida
showing; her features in profile.
those Almost
as Palatable Milk.So
are autograph on one of these pictures as For Catalogue and Copy of SorghumGrower's -
Her A. M. Hamilton & Co.
with extra willingness, but sheVUdge3 dlsgnlstd that it can be taken, Guide address
is given ,
everF scratch the pen that digested, and assimilated by the most .......- TIT lSYIIJ.E FLORIDA i
sensitive stomach when the plain oil ,
put: her signature on one of the tull.facepicture3. cannot: be tolerated; and by the com = CHAPMAN & CO MADISON 1ND
oinatlon of the oil with the hypophot* Wholesale Dealers In ,
picture3 of Mrs. Harrison and ihitei IM much more efflcaclou t't
Gen Harmon are now the chief stock Remarkable as a flesh producer. Indian River Oysters THE

trade of the street peddlers about In- Perseus pin rapidly while tiling It. ,
JLapoli*. They sell them usually two =
for a quarter, but sometimes competition SCOTT'S EMULSION is acknowledged by 1 FISH AUTOMATICSELPSKIMMINC t
run3 the price down to a nickel aLjeJje. Physicians to be the Finest and Best preparation .
Cleveland and )Ir Cleveland in the world for the relief and cure of Green Turtle and Game. P

also offered for a short time after CONSUMPTION, SCROFULA -
the were election, but have dropped from the GENERAL DEBILITY, WASTING = All orders will,receive whether prompt by telegraph and careful attention +

market noW.The DISEASES, EMACIATION, letter or person. 17'
stores here still COLDS and CHRONIC
stationery display COUGHS. --- --- AND
after-election lithograph of Harn- The great remedy for Consumptian and .
ion with the American flag printed over Wasting! in Children. Sold &y aU druggists.OF mI. Geo. E. Chase,

him in colors and of Cleveland with a --- -- "- Perpetual Evaporators
red bandana knotted about a wounded <::>

m.pictures..aa bu>i with face.numerous There is marks sale of for battle these TBit 1t' @ f1! JB 1 r 0 0I Ship Chandler, AND THE 1'

lr Improved Victory'Cane Mill t .
A Bank Robber Captured. i! '-I r o lout and Vcsslc Supplies, all land \
Patent Anchors, Chains, lllocks, OCR SPECIALTIES.Also .
FOR TOR i!) LIVER.A Canvass, (Galvanized Wire
PUrER, Col., Dec. 17.-A bold attempt Hope, all sizes, Tents, Portable Soda Fountains. '
of bank robbery was made in this torpid Ii'-.>r. ':'r.u;es thcwliolcsYi. 0 Spruce Ladders,
this morning, at the People's Sav.jta tem, and pru:u, .._. I O Copper Paints, gal's, 1gal's, qts. 1$:. Prices Low and Goods Guaranteed. '
dtj Sick Spar Varnish, gal's, 1-2 al'sqt ,lts.
Headache !
bank. While part of the force were ? Oils and Leads, all kinds.F. .

ibtect at lunch a stranger entered and Dyspepsia Costivcness Rheumatism I W. DEVOE Jfc CO'S READY MIXED: PAINTS
the cashier in conversation.
engaged : In fact anything for Building Sailing boats.
Hii pal sneaked in the back door and t n- Sallow Skin and Piles. ,

terra the'vaultbut before he secured any There 1'1 no better remedy for tlur.e .J t1 Hart's Block, 9O East Bay St.,
J1JImel. Mr. Stannard the bank teller, common diseases than Tult'.H L.UCT --
DGtfctd him and running to the vault, rills,us a trial will prove. .l'.ricc, .;c. HCD ErlLQ JACKSONVILLE. FL.'.

covered the thief with & revolver, order- Sold Everywhere. If you Lave any

kt him to hold up his hands, which ho Uli The BUYERS'GUIDE is
fid until the patrol arrived and took him ti issued March and Sept.,
-- -- -- -----
to jail In the excitement the first rob- 2 each year. It is an envy OLD FURNITURE
clopedia of useful information ,
The one captured wore -
__' !I1. :i.k : > Yt. for all who purchase -
,.of boot made of felt. He refuseBgire } the luxuries or tho Such as
his name. but he is supposed to '"'-"'i necessities of life.Va

be an eastern crook. They were stoppingit 53 can clothe you and furnish you with
a leading hotel, and were elegantly .1 CURE ; IitJo all 'he necessary and unnecessary CHAIRS,
L appliances to ri .e.walk, dance, sleep,
e.:t, fish, hunt, woik, go to church,
or stay at home and in various sues, SOFAS
Uiiaissippi Train Robbery. ; c styles and quantities. Just figure out ,

what is required to do all these things
FIT" S. COMFORTABLY, and you can make fair ORGANS
GEE51DA, Dec. 18.-Last night'spseagsr i ,
; estimate of the value ot the BUYERS'GUIDE
train No. 2, on the l"IZIOM I : m r* which will be sent upon

Central railroad, was rob! l'J ?ne ; N receipt of 10 cents to pay postage, PIANOS,
When I CHUB I do not mean merely
el north of Duck Hill.
them for a time,and then have them re .
stop .
When one mile north of Duck Hill the turn again. I MEAN A UA1 ILAL. CURE.:: i Q ITII 111-114 Michigan Avenue Chicago,111. BUREAUS, ,
--- --- ---
traia was ttopped. and the engineer and 1 have made the disease of rr3td- J

trem&n were ordered to dismount. Thisthey FITS EPILEPSY I
promptly did. They were th' n or BEDSTEADS,

, arched to the express car. One of the FALLING SICKNESS, r1c12 IiI : Or any other Furniture that you wish
robbers knocked the door which
on was Alifelong.tndy. I WARRANT my remedy to
fiwoed by tlie messenger. After tiring CURE the worst cases. Because others hate :i RE-VARNISHED AND POLISHED, ,
tares hut> the man entered and took failed is no reason for not now receiving cure. t
Send at once for a treatise and a FREE BOTTLe HO Call the the head
; IU.1J-all there was in the car-from of my INFALLIBLE REMEDT. Give Express I E.as i on undersigned, at
1 Ufriaicer% Hill. and Post Office. It costa you nothing for a 8 !lof Main Street, Titusville, where you ,
Jr. I.hess Hughes, of Jackson, Tenn., trial, and it will cure you. Address I i can have all or any of the above articles
t t nacut with Winchester title. As he H.C.ROOT,M.C., 183 PEARL ST.,NEW YORK = !made to look as well as New; or will

< tipped! troin the smoking car on the -"IM rf} trTLIPPMAN'SPYBAFOG 1)'lf".iA47;; :;..;. let. : call at residences when work can not be

fraud bo was tired upon. One shot i F I 1 moved. Also all kinds: of Ornamental

Crock him in the left arm,another went Sign j Painting a specialty.
feouch his stomach, indicting a fatal K) P L ISN

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Inaugural Preparations.' F I ., .. t. Flu. .
qq ,-'-" t : 1(4' ISi!
I i.r J..il .:. ; fr I'J -'1
3 OSO it.,". ; ,j,.',. : .. o.. ,''
WASHINGTON, Dec. 18. Chairman I '
fi 1ff iiI. i i C. II. SCOTT,
Britton. of the inaugural committee has I ...
02 H -,, 11-... ... :a KAVTEKNHAHNDHESSIXG
-<.s" 4. :
ncmed favorable answers to Us r- -- 1 :":!:;: _
pett for the use of the interior andptto4ce -1 : S.ILOOX..
t > i _
epartment buildings; fur slci I" J SI'aY Ca'8G 1us bJ
t' If want a clean and easy allay?,
:> *f quarters for troops during the in.mpration. : t-I yon
: As clean as barber ever ,
PI gave
t The available space will ac'I'I }:jj -I C P Just call on me at my saloon,

teetnoJat- about 1,:00 men I At morning, eve, or afternoon. '

the pub committee (n civic organi/a- : u iI
I : '! I'll cut and comb hair with
f tas II your grace'
ha rlready received applications II I Nl 0
II I | To suit the contour of your face;
{feiUon in the parade from 73: orirant :
this To you I'll give a good shampoo,
S u, aggregating; 13,000 men. 14o
,- toM more than were in the paradewjearsago. I I ,II.il; 'l''I' .. i ijj IS NOT FURNISHED t The art of which is.known to few.

j!, : My cis or's sharp, my razor's keen,
The following names have been added i; :=-. WITHOUT ONE. My shop is a ways neat and clean,

tithe revsqtion committee : ':, ItO SAVANNAH, Ga., Nov., 1SSS. Ami everything! I'm nre you'll find,
CoL Fred (..rant, Walker Blame.! Em- Is CI.Lru 1,n: : Forty Thousand! i oii'lieru Homes made To suit the taste and piease the mind. ;
-.BlaintJohn M. Thur tt- n. T. 1'.'. I Lt happy with fine iiiairiisiients! since 187U.
Jtrtc. A. \\". Wyinan, H. D. 1'.arr. Lo- I; Wonderful! Chili an'.! Fever. Expeliari I and still the good work goes ou. And now to all who patronize intend,

-X rope.g.. H. R. Edwards and teaton i! it\CUPI-.( 'i.-;::\T.r: <:.f.;';:. L--;-.; :IJ} ct..lti*'?: ;r"-1': ;.ri 1er : : m = otOOO 3OOO oar Piano mark for and this Organs>ear.told Lower last,Prices year.; o: And.J u..t I a come-5tire along you I and will bring try your friends,.

uferer. I Better In..trul1IentIru.ier Trinand ;
-- My very best to satMv.:
; I greater Iiiduccineut.t gain us this Increased may;
An Invitation Accepted. !!!IRle.Thoa..andft.
; "C'I of Home- yet misappliedrlth
} I Instruments might tc- ACNESt"conimanled
i isaiMrro.Dec.. HOn cf the PI 1I = them through our easy!system! selling.(.
) ** lets rallers was lIon. 1. M. We, aI C.II to pay down not needed. We hare
1\ Ip PIPIPI1 0 :=-. APLANby which, WITHOUT UI>li,anyone by
b.6f I
Grand Rapids. Mich.. the chair- i iI ii =I cr.2D can obtain an Instrument' of any>tylecr i CAPTAIN JOHN McLEAN.
'Ii tail of the \ 1 Price, making either MONTHLY,
democratic Makes
Michigan coin i y QUARTERLY or TEA It I*Y l"YJIEST:04aotil :I regular trips on Indian IHver.
-t Burin the ando S paid for meanwhile enjoying use of I SHE CARRIES A FULL SUPPLY
; recent campaign I (Prickly Ash, Poke foot,and Potari:m.) Instrument.No OF ,
-ta1tht manufacturer and luuiber- I i
"o, -. I CURES extortionate prlC".... So RI"k. No For I
)Ir.'estl1n GroceriesDry Goods
, has always teen a feitore of all cash paid Installments cannot :
fat admirer of the pre iJt'nt. and I II I Ire promptly paid. Contract perfectly Canned Goods '
.,. he innted Mr. Cleveland: to U hi- : SYPHILIS FAIR and EQUITABLE protecting purchasers i i ,

: meat bummer, in Grand HajiJs., I from imposition or loss. i Hats, Boots and Shoes, :
t *a5307 PrimarySecondarynndTertiarySsFhilieSgh- I Write m and we will point out the way toget
lame of the fishing for which j '
b-'emu: u justly famous, the president j illtlc.Ernptions.Ulcers and fccrofola Old bores.and Rheumatism ssrrofolous Eruplinuf. and- g a fine instrument Easily nod at a low Ladies"Shoes in great \"arietrinB all

, J *Hd the invitation with pleasure.Mr all diseases of the blood ; all those that have Price; Wonderful bargain for Fall 1893. ;. new patterns at low prices.

I t-red Weaton that he would I resisted the wonderful other treatment yield of P.s ad'Jy P. P.,ted the etrelyto great Better than any before offered. Prices ,
Ilt' +ething better than power I Beany-mile Clotting Toilet Articles
to go to Michi- Blood Puri cr. Ln.rgeb.lledaced. Notice these SPECIAL
&.D4 Ucoine e 1 I
acquainted with the =: : OFFERS. : XOTIOXS.
; iri This shown that Mr.
'. l tI&a4iIl t in America at !least a ..... = Piano KjPFor the cash only a JJi
a- Upright $200
It cell only i Mal ch 15.t6 Cm.i .
r ; summer.LSctton in the blood, producing Lumps orSwelling -! I i
o I __ _______ II an impurity, canei" Knnning bores on the Arms, 00 7% Octaves: -Overstrung Scale-Three .
i Leg, or Feet, for the core of which ce P. P. P., CD CO String*-Rosewood-Fully Guaranteed I .
.. : Disappointed. the greatest blood medicine on earth. All theee '- Sweet Tone. Catalogue Price,SCOO. i! WM. H. SHARPE
diseases yield readily to the power cf P. P. P., Parlor .
Organ only $65Four
P- I
tip I giving new life and new Etrength.
Ufif Ind. rec le--It
Sets Reeds-11 Scope-Couplers-
e.: f4 among prominent republicans j BLOOD POISON Handsome Case. Catalogue Price SOO. REAL ESTATE AGENT

.. r )!ortft here in a disap- I Stool,Cover,Instructor,Music Book
rsiotti hag mg been told by Gen. I Cured in its worst form ; sometimes in eases with and all Freight Paid.
nhe'. Errapelas,where the patient was in Eternal Pain c=:) ;I Other Special Offers juxt a* "ood. largett Stock ; FORi
Ib- aid no_t appoint Platt sec- I and gIven up by the physicians. In some caeabcrof I South to chootc from. TEX GRAND MAKERS i
," eft1.e aloes Ulcers broke ont till the party was amass
,i treasury. He told Morton '- SOO Different Styles. Can hit all bulU'"rile
I of corruption; a bottle of P. P. P. was 1 CITY POINT.
J :J p,5 1 *T* treasury wad already ben procured,and the disease jieldei: : quickly. for eataloyvft,circulars,area Free Copy of our new j
to r Senator AICi that be had a I paper &harpt and Plats"ffiringfuU and taludbbinformation. I

k k ....for-M selecting a we.tern man; that RHEUMATISMAnd t.jc i REMEMBER. i| Lands sold on long time with inter* or

Mition in many eastern i on the lease system, or for cash.
k Y deb stew York man. on account ia an Affections cf the Blood.P.P.P.stands =':) OUR LOW PRICES. I
& tilt Timit ta tion: he would likely alone and narivaled, find some of its" cures are OUR EASY TERMS. Lands cleared and planted, and care for
for cf the merchants of New really wonderful 'ONE PRICE ONLY.
ID' U yoa suffer from anrthins like- ? .Scrofula HANDSOME OUTFITS. i if desired ; by contract or otherwise. ...
.z .I'd Blood Poison, Ulcers, Old Sores, Khetnna- BEST INSTRUMENTS. i -
tism or any disease trial of the. blood be sure and ALL FREIGHT PAID.
4a's otwr I a'HI" n r..giag ..crut rive P.P.P.P.P.P.(Prickly a Ash Poke Root. and Pctaseinm 13 DATS TRIAL.MONEY Jno. C. Norwood, Titusville, Fla.; B. W. ', t

j"e Orl iu tl.t: 1J.E.rtu.t'Jt i .\re- )is DO secret patent medicine like the many SA.ALL.. II and J.Stms,Tazewell Court House, '\ 8.:. :
*o !4 r nc t.uu.t r.. .t...;;.if on LUDDEN&BATESBUSK ,
\ -rfCb.au..1 tfrif citing guarantee of its purity and whole. and A. Becker, Montreal, Canada, for:1
ti's aidi: i..l l Tats sou that no other blood purifier doe gin BUSK HOUSE. SMMMH,en. I whom I have made troves j


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iS 1 jfn. Harrison's Bad Photographs. I c. JHardware-. :EJEOTOa.: SOJELG-JbJ.: UI\lI:

I Igf pronounced views on the subject ofjrtcrei i i EVAPORATORSMILLS

of herself. There is one kind a
"ij hating a large *a!e of which she says '=' General Produce

bear the sight. They show
the <='C>
and with a smile. The like. ,
1 full face .
1 her ,
l .
. Deb is tolerably good, but she thinks it OF PURE COD LIVER OIL -r MERCHANT. And Syrup Makers Supplier. .
unpleasing expression of her
jre3an AND
" un-ensues. Her favorito photographs HYPOPHOSPEITES c'Ct. Melbourne Florida

c those showing her features in pronle. Almost as Palatable :
are autograph on one of these pictures as For Catalogue and Copy of Sorgbnru-
TOer A. M. Hamilton & Co.
willingness but she 80 dlagulacd that it ,
with extra can be taken, Grower's Guide address
given ,
: is every scratch of the pen that digested, and assimilated by the most ....... TTTDSVILLE FLORIDA
pudge3 niltiTB
stomach when the plain oil
; pd*her signature on one of the ull-face Cannot be tolerated; and by the comoinatlon = CHAPMAN & CO MADISON IND'1
3. of the oil with the hypophoB Wholesale Dealers In ,: ,
pictur The picture3 of Mrs. Harrison and ihitea b much more efficacious.BenarfctWe : LIJt r

-1 i Gen Harrison are now the chief stock as a f!esh producer. Indian River Oysters THE
of the street peddlers about InI' Perseus
i trade pin rapidly while taking It. ,
SWpoiiJ. They sell them usually two = t"
quarter, but sometimes competition SCOTTS EMULSION is acknowledgedby ; FISI-I AUTOMATICSELPSKIMMINC t
for a down Physicians to be the Finest and Best .
the price a apiece
run, Cleveland and Mrs Cleveland in the world for the relief and cure of crq Green Turtle and Game.

. also offered for a short time after CONSUMPTION, SCROFULA I -
the sere election, but have dropped from the I GENERAL DEBILITY, WASTING 0 Sm All orders tention WiUl"l'cehprompt by telegraph and careful, at- +

markEt nox'. DISEASES, EMACIATION, letter or person. 17
stores here still COLDS and CHRONIC
The stationery display COUCHS. -- -- AND
the after-election lithographs' of Harn- The great remedy for Consumpticm and
, ,on with the American flag printed over Wasting in Children. Sold by all Druggists. Geo. E. Chase, 4
him in colors. and of Cleveland with a Perpetual Evaporators
red bandana knotted about a woundedere c=-t- c::>

,and with numerous marks of battle Chandler
;; z l It 0 -b Ship AND THE "'
: mcn his face. here is sate for these tG

pictures.ft Tlit i ] '
0 i
t7" U flit Improved Victory Cane Mill l

A Bank Robber Captured. i 11J\ : cl a r Boat and 1'essle Supplies, all kind
: "
GflO Patent Anchors, Chains, Blocks, OUR SPECIALTIES.
FOR TORPSD LIVER. Canvass, Galvanized Wire
IJpnR, Col., Dec. 17.-A bold attempt Hope, all sizes Terns, Also Portable Soda Fountains. '

of bank robbery was made in this torpid Ih"r.-':'r..uoes the whole syn. Spruce Ladders,
this morning, at the People's Sav. tern, and j,r....i... ?. i tOj 00, Copper Paints, gal', 1gal's, qts. l Prices Low and Goods Guaranteed. t
city Spar Varnish, gal's, 1-2 gal'sgt'.,lts.
fcgi bank. While part of the force were Sick Headache? $ Oils and Leads, all kinds.
ablest at lunch a stranger entered and Dyspepsia Costiveness Rheu- F. W. DEVOE & CO'S READY MIXED PAINTS,
the cashier in conversation.
engaged In fact anything for Building Saiimp boats
Eli pal sneaked in the back door and tn- matism, Sallow Skin and Piles. t

tend the vault.but before he secured anyaocer. There is no better remedy for nle'-c l:1j:j Hart's lilock, OO East Bay St.,
Mr. Stannard, the bank teller, common disease! than Tuit's Liner --
. n&ktd him. awl running to the vault, i-1lUt us a trial will prove. Price,.Oc. HO JACKSONVILLE. FL_'. 9

covered the thief with & revolver, order- Sold Everywhere. Ii you have any

t st him to hold up his hands, which ho ? 02CD The BUYERS'GUIDE is

S3 until the patrol arrived and took him ------ ---- -- issued March and Sept.,
SO jail In the excitement, the first robber I.J { each year. It is an encyclopedia OLD FURNITURE,
of useful information
The one captured wore a -
escaped. .... ,, \ all
's for who
of boots made of felt. He refused : { purchase
fair < Such
= IY (t a the luxuries or tho as
to pre his name. but he is supposed to necessities of hie. We

U an eastern crook. They were stopping ciothe and furnish with
53 c: n you you
st a leading hotel and were elegantly .1 CURE 0 11 ah 'he necessary and unnecessary CHAIRS, i
4. uppiiances to ri :.e.walk, dance, sleep,
e...t, fish, hunt, work, go to church
! or stay at home and in various sues, SOFAS
0r I4iuisippi Train Robbery. ; 0itJo styles and quantities. Just figure out ,
: : what is required to do aa these things

GIL ADA, Dec. 18.-Last night's FIT" S. I estimate COMFORTABLY of the, and value you ot can the make BUYEBS'. lair ORGANS, '

pssesger train, Xo. 2, on the l'laais '- H GUIDE which will be sent upon I
iica of 10 cents to PIANOS
Central railrjaJ, was roblcd one receipt pay postage ,
When I CtTKB I do not mean merely to .
tie north of Duck Hill.
stop them for a time,and then have them return I t\\ .
When one mile north of Duck Hill the again. I MEAN' A UA1>ICA1> CUEE. Bl 0 -C 111-114 Michigan Avenue. Chicago,Ill.e BUREAUS, ,
I ttj ---------
tam was stopped and the engineer and 1 have made the disease of -
rtt:3td --
fireman were ordered to dismount. This FITS EPILEPSY I :::
they promptly did. They were th n ,

marched to the express car. One of the FALLING SICKNESS, Or any other Furniture that wish
t I you
refeber knocked on the door, which was life-long etndy. I WARRANT my remedy to 00
oed by the me..enger.; After tiring I CURE the worst cases. IJecaiise others have a RE-VARNISHED AND POLISHED, '
three .hot the man entered and took failed is no reason for not now receiving a cure I
i Send at once for a treatise and a FREE BOTTLE 1Ft Hj ; Call the the head
on undersigned,
2.0oo-all( there was in tho car-from of INFALLIBLE REMEDY. Give Expressand 1 ags
1 i0r iy Mfrimcer Hill. my Post Office. It cotta you nothing for a 3 Ej ;t of Main Street Titusville, where you ,

XT. (.he-is Hughes, of Jackson, Tenn., trial, and it will cure you. Address I can have all or any of the above articles
-1 1 1M 1U naeut with a Winchester iiie. As he H.C.ROOT,M.C.,183. PEARL ST,NEW YORK ![ made to look as well ai New; or will

tiefped from the smoking car on the '=I" '\., t !"KH\,:,...: .......7. 1.-...;&: let r rG'niC2 call at resident when work can not be
I {mod ho was tired upon. One shot H i j moved. Alto all kinds of Ornamental

ftrack him in the left arm. another ent y L I-d 1! Sign j Painting a >..pccialty.T757 .
tlrist h his stomach, indicting a fatal ( i- -- fxtt I
1'M \ kJ k. Sqq ; -. :DE: *.. :I3.N: OX.I .
, ; I TituMillc, I'lu. r
Inaugural Preparations. < COP -a .r kt-t. I IMC.I :
4 A
3 0

Mlttt WASHINGTON, Dec. 18. Chairman n
i I C. II. SCOTT, ,
.. Brirton. of the inaugural committee. has '
.ad I
,1 8 = 0 }TEJX
i "
a ftemed favorable answers to Isis r- 4
nI West*for the ute of the interior and YRt'a : -.- -----...- 'HAIK-DHESSIXG S.\.LUUN.i ..

.fir. ?%todice epartment buildings for slct'i- SYaY ccaE rA !u8 i !7tj -- i,
OO sr you want a clean and easy allay?,
sal tc quarters for troop during tho in m- r
At clean as barber ,
r IEat+on. The available will ac- PI evergave
space i&tWliftll.yl -I '
c=o Just call on me at my saloon,
**" IilDIIJatp about 1,.">00 men. : : At morning, eve, or afternoon. .
** The L committee (n Civic organias '
IS' 1 11'JI cut and comb hair with
ha rlready receive apj.heat ions '" your grace t
2ile 0 YOUR HOME
To suit the of
fer I' j contour your face;
*S X JDr 13,000 lhi- ,. 1 To you I'll give a good shampoo,
aggregating men. ,
: ; ; ,.y IS NOT FURNISHED The of which is known .
.!.hO more than were in the paraJe .d I > to few.My

lear fears ago. J Hri or's sharp, my razorV keen,
. The f.llowine names have been added : WITHOUT ONE. My i and
, PYRAFUBE shop > a ways neat clean,
- to the recei,Uon committee : L3M'S t'a' > b'' S.\\ ; \II, (.a., >ov. 1, 1SSS. Ami everythingI'm sure you'll find,
Col red (i rant Walker B'ant: Em- : C,U-F'J OJ,i& : Forty Thousand! ou'ljern homes made To suit the taste and [) case the mind.
1 --Blaint. John M. Thur t. n. T. V.'. F Lt happy with fine iusirtiJiicnls since 1S7O.
h t4. A. \\'. Wyinan, H. U. 1-,arr, Eoi i Wonderful! Chili art! Fever. Expeliarla I 01'1 nod I'otililbe good work goes ou. ,, And now to all who patronize intend,

'" Sing, H. II. Edwards and fceaton: j j jj It\err.I : : 'c 'i:;:;-'fall. .i''; :_: l; T r.'::it?:;' : : = oOOO 3,000 oar I'ianoi mark fir and tMs ttr>an-ear.* Hold Lower last"Prices year.; And JIM I assure come along I and will bring your (friends.
you try
Eufi:rer.PIPIPII. I Better Instrument-; 1'll8ier Terms and
--- realer Jiulucoiiifut.-t gain us this increased My \"enllt.." t to sati .fv.: may;

1 An Invitation Accepted. i i'WLS.1.L'uToN ii! I'd sale.Thousands. -
i of Homes yet nnonppUcd! withIn..lrumentstbnt
f might tc day be enjoying :i "!
11. 'I Dec. IS.-One cf the :i it'a H 1 = them through our easy system of selling.C AGNES
iD ;j;"i callers was Hon. 1. )(. 'Ve'iI| .%!'!!! to pay down not nt'edt'd.Ve hare
llJ 6Q A PLAX" by which, WITHOUT UI-K,any commanded by
't [
Grand Rapida. Mich.. the chair- : CI:2I one can obtain an Instrument' of any style CAPTAIN JOHN 3ICLEAX.
t tara f cr Price, making either MONTHLY
'l { or the Michigan democratic coui- i i y QUARTERLY or YEARLY PAYMENTS" : :Makes regular trips on Indian liver.
t: 1 -t the and s until paid for, meanwhile enjoying use of I SHE c.umns.FCLL fcUPPLY
aring recent campaign, OF
( (PriclJy Mh, Poke Itoot,and pOUf! :an.) Instrument.No ,
,.... tL'th; manufacturer and lumber- ;, ; Xo Ri .k. Xo Forfeiture
I' CURES f'sionionatrl'rlcf'ot.
" ,::' -a. )Jr. \Ve ton has always been a''Ir. Fait- be of all cash paid if Installments cannot :; Groceries,D zS Goods

-r.::i tu admirer of the president and !' I V 1x5 promptly paid. Contract perfectly i Canned Goods, 1i '
r., ; ::he mted ?Mr. IS chosen from all imposition or loss.
ccxt kummer, in Grand Rapids.oy I, i Hats, Boots and Shoes,
'14 of the fishing for which Primary,SecondAry. Tertiary Svph.li9rph. : Write ns and we will point ont the way to
Tome ;, '
J : u justly famous, the president i ilitic.Emotions.Ulcers and scrofula Old) borea.and Kheumatifn hcrofolons Eraptloue. and- <:> get R fine Instrument Easily nod at n low Ladies Shoes in great variety;Print all

4 S I &ZPF4ed the invitation with pleasure. ill diseases of the blood ; all those that have = Price; Wonderful bargains for Fall 1883. ,: new patterns at low prices.

1Jif" 1 44Lswred )Ir. Weston that he would to resisted the wonderful other treatment power yield of P.steadily P. P.,end the ecrely great! f Better than any before offered. Prices : lea dy-made ClolMni 1 Toilet Articlesr
better than to eo to MchiUcoine mood Pm ier. Largely.Reduced. Notice these SPECIAL ,
J Le4 acquainted with the t::* eI : OFFERS: I 3TOTIOXS.
,, *" This *l ow8 that Mr.
J I1 M Lett ill be in America at !least a H- = Upright Piano only S2QO Match J15,46 Gm.i the. cash only flpj

summer.Mciton In the blood producing Lsmps orSwelling -I :
noye. I IB an Impurity cro
Running bores on the Arms, ; Octaves-Orerstrun? Scale-Three
-------- causing
teet for the cnre of which ce P. PP.. CD Cf'.2Pa Strings-Rosew-OfI-Fuliy Guaranteed
+ Disappointed. I the Leg creatttt Of blood medicine on earth. AH these v -Sweet Tone. Catalogue Price,5600. 'i WM. H. SHARPE
I discs e8 yield readily to the power of P. P. P., Parlor Organ only $65Four
giving new life and new Etrecgta.
plus, Ind.Vt.'C'. 18.-It
h '$ee$ MD#)nA prominent republicans I i BLOOD POISON Handaonie;Sets Case.Reeds-cataloguePrIce$200.StoolCoverinstructorMusic 11 Stops-Couplers-. REAL ESTATE AGENT

1.1.. r ):ortlli ::1Ot here in a disap- Book

fDoc..1 ka ins been told by Gen. I Cured In Ita worrt form ; poaetones In eases withErriipelas and all Freight Paid.
:D lie... ,where the patient was in Eternal Pain c=:> I Kher Special Offers just as good. Largest Stock : FOIl
lib- :L.j n_appoint Platt sec- I and given up by tLe physicians. In tome caeafccroraloua I I South to choose from. TEA GRAND MAKERS.SOO 1
1 tIoe r-aury. He told Morton Ocen broke out till the party was a v Different Styles. Can suit all 1r r
rte 1Jof mast of corruption; a bottle of P. P. P. was I buyers. Write CITY POINT. .
,' tk a trtasurr bad already been s.rocured,and the disease yielded quickly. for catatoguet,circulars,nJ Free Copy of our '.IJpare
h Jr() Senator Allison that be"had a I '"Sh irfia and Flals?siring full and valuableinformation. I

:fila for Kdeeting a western man; that RHEUMATISMAnd t.jc i Lands sold on long time with inter or

.... w" f oaitjon In many eastern I REMEMBEROUR i on the lease system, or for cash.

tl tte &Jew; York man. on account I la aH Affections cf the Blood.P.P.P.rtanda =-:> LOW PRICES.
$4 -in01135"1100 he would likely alone and uanraled, and ton of Its. cares are OUR EASY TERMS. : Lands cleared and planted, and cared for
I W frcf the merchants of New really wonderful.If '
1. you nff er from anything like Syphilis.Saofala HANDSOME OUTFITS. if desired ; by contract or otherwise.
I": Blood Poison,Ulcer, Old sores, Kbenmatum BEST IXSTRUMEXTS. I "
or any disease of the. blood, be sure andgive ALL FREIGHT PAID. Refer to E. M. Breese Detroit, Mich.;*l'' '

:e .. I a t...,.. J1 r.'ilg .or I .P.P.P.P.P.(Prickly a trialP. Ash Poke Root aId Potas- 15 DATS T L.MONEY Jno. C. Norwood, Titusville! Fla.; B. W.and J'

s( tLe ""1-- "".."t ut j _t ree. eium)Is no ceczet patent medicine like the canyon SAVED ALL.LUDDEN&BATES. I J.Stras,Tazewell Court House, Val ',, ,
t.i.1iah&...._ 1 r JlCtf. t.NI.t.r. .i... ., the market. Ita formula la on every bottle ,
i 4 ;" I thus riving guarantee: of Its purity and wbole-; *and A. Becker, Montreal, Canada, for -'
-riCki. .. .
ati .
'E a.u h luo eomeueu that no other blood purifier doe gnre. I SOUTHCR1I SUNK HOUSE. SAVAIXAH, GA. | whom I hare made crorea. .


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r le THE FLORIDA STAR, THURSDAY, DEC. 27, 1SSS. i ir..oc..tl.

J I -
.. rtcoxics. I -Mr. W. YanNess of New York, is I 1Col.j S. I*. Carter was in town last I LOOK

-A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO You.3Ir. registered: at the Grand View.Mr. ;, Thursday from Sebastian. AT THAT LAMP>I !1 1Igo

E. W. Hall and wife, of City I L. R. Alexander, of New York, i j -Oyster shell lime, of Al quality, is I r

Point, were in town a day or so l l:1 tttcek was a guest at the Grand View ye ter- oflered for sale by J. S. Watson, of Elclo- Chimney No Smoke KoOdcr.

I day. I ra. Price furnished on application.We The rilliancif ti:1.., with tlt. 'rnrt'ri-

enceof: a hand 1.:11111' 5avtir.! ,-, '., ..
I -Mr. James E. Alexander postoficeinspector shall; have dance at i t
probably, a
-The water i is higher: in Indian Rivcrthis j Isuei.e [ To ip.r t-nt.. of oil toy :u.tualt.-1.i (4Jt-
for this district was in town Wager Hall on Xew Year's Eve. fti! rLY the lowest pnileof kt ..
\, than it has been for. several I I :ro.t-nt. i l tt :::1.t JCr)
lat Friday evening.R. 1I feet sttt'tytS: it ilsitiyely n.nThe -, i,.,,
: :
years.Sergeant. -Mr. J. T. Hoof: Ear Gallie. arrived I : \j\ Vt
I amount ,arni from tin. ,
Hersey returned J last Saturday I D. Hitchcock of the 1!. S. here to-d:iv. on his %vay to New i fur one year more than |riyt f..r:o?'""' .1. J oj J

from a pleasant trip down the river Navy, connected: with the Lighthouseservice York.Two Fur descriptive eatah.gits. tt... :t.trt: 'I' .

a% far a* it.. Lueie. visited Cape Canaveral during thousand choice twoyearoldlemon I ) J. \-. Tl' : EIi TITl'-VII.LI.. 1 1..\..
I the past week. Iud ten thousand orange buds for
-The *team lighter: started down the I I 1I ( t .1aent for the \VANZKK: : I \MI'i M.
sale" btF.. S. Wiley, Titu-ville, Fla. 1 .
-Two more small steam launches arrived J. Cur -vardlrsutgr anti \'..11&-.1.
river last week with a load of material I I L. W j "'dle-i :
on the train 3londayevening. Indian -Proc.ufyour insurance through: 1
for the Jupiter and Lake Worth rail j irerr. l.v Jh'i'1IUI'.lotI. to Cap' .'.u: I '
road. I River will be well supplied with I Robbins and Graham. A Srst-ch-s: line I'r.I. It wukhU..r.. .r..j. ., .' .k j: ar., I
j ti. \\. :na.-j't'Iozi.-. iuy. Lt+l- \ i.,I... v 4foth t
hunches this of .
season. jI r* ,
-We received a short but very pleasant I I jI I
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call lat Thursday afternoon from : -Mr. Tho Usher jun., lIt' Kana I -TheTitux::-TJirnbaum covenant ease I I ,, J. riiTi.ii.\ii ..r..itlt.llt..

Nr.W. II. Peck, of Cocoa, who made City, who arrived here with his parents II wa tried again yesterday after the 'lisagreernent : !- : w. 1.1aI'\\: .,.:."t

Titusville a very brief visit that day. and some friends, on Saturday, left for of jury on rrevious triil a*

home :1_ain to-day. Buines called him j j stated elsewhere in our column Anew : mm RIVER BAM.A
-Mr. L. U. Dawson called at our office I
home. jury wa emiwnelod, and the oidenee .
last Saturday on his way to his homeat l
lead over a* taken at the firt tri-
-Capt. Frank P. Hasslerand Mr. Ber-
Xarrowi from six months trip to .
Iowa. :gin came up from Melbourne Thursday al. The cae "vas ably conducted .ni T1tU!
with Mr. Hauler's new steam launch both sides and quite hotly eontetfil.Tlie !. Absolutely Pure.

Rumor says that we shall dance the the Annie II. to meet Sirs. Hassler. who jury after two hour.l.'!iberiti n returned T:n.. powder tu.r.-r.Vito'i ;111 nI>f ]';irit%.. I GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRiJ.
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New Year in trtn.tb and "!H.J lb.ILtiI'rr txOL.ultJXCuli SACTED.
and the
Old Year at
out. arrived here Tue.-day afternoon. a verdict f.r the plaintiff! Mr ti.AH ilif o'tmLrkit: < -. a'I"' i':.n',.it 1>e ao61! lUcltl1lpt'titinn I
Wafer's: Hall on Monday evening next. I with the.. n,nltit ml-- ot lo-v te..t >>:tort
There will be a social Minis 31. E. Titus. wruht. lulU T ',.hoeatix. "pL.t"' pwI.r.... :nl-1 outy: ,0 I Exehm:ry. tight and rc''M v I ,. : .
at I .
party .
New Year'sQuite :Eve. Koyal lULiug 1't"urr l i.. JO1 VT.U :SUftrl : prompt attention oven ti>r.>II. 1 1.ner .ug, ". i,''.1' ,
on New Year Eve, at the residence of -Don't forget the eclipse of the un ..-w York. iiiU'"l tell tir t nM'rtzirUinL -'"' .1'1. ".1\ ;, _.
a number from Tituv5He :Mrs. Strahac. .\ short musical next Tae-stlay afternoon. Great :interest : ] !O. <,"on>*ira1UHiK ami In.h\. :1.11-. II,', :
pro tta'to\ertion time tt..ptIIib.daDt."t't
who attended the Christmas tree ntJ4Gran ha been attaches t.) all! total eclipses of the' !iOnn.1 KAY: tai I5KYAX
fur the ,
gramme arranged ,
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occasion I \ : nude 1Il'n :a'\"ailahh' t" I. ;;11 '
e. Monday evening, report havin and no or trour.L is dt-em il too
and I expense .
pleasant time is antici .
a '
0 very Approve basinets I KIN'r Iii-< .aaIrtafls ;
had pleasant time. I
? a very Ar'tesian.VUoll:
pated. great t-> procure favorable or neonate oV .
II all of Liin
on: parts >iCosineas t
-Mrfe. '\". II. Sharpe was a visitor to s-ervaii-. o;n account i.f thereat interest .\.,n I .
-Mr. Geo. W. Morten :10.1Tit of do..u'.JHk-"II\:i i. '.I'
Titus ilJe 1a t Saturday and met at this attaching: to whit i> known as the c>- .,
Morritown. N. .1., stopping Mr E>Try ti\or, eun"h nt t' .:
place Judge Usher and family on their are at rona. ...r'banners of the Min." By tin IRRIGATION CONTRACTORS, I! ,
I,. II. Decker's, and contemplate a ... banking :
tray to City Point to spend the seaou.3Ir. i io meant t10 shooting: rays of liiiht. .
cruising; expedition down the river to which durini l send :Solicit ( ternj :th'T1Tiy1I.aLE rtv. I I 'CUlatESNMEOTS: tliluk'o.htek"touyill. ...i..k....."
W. _\. Truitler and wife and : an eclipse scetn to .. ,
I '>, 11& ; The N : )I..I'd' r
enjoy the beautk* ot"our tropical cli- out Mreiiiii'r:$uiiHionoi luilesiu height.They :;:.(IRID.t.: tank :New lork.Formerly ,
Miss Anna Sehulcr arrived here from first discovered recognize! :a
mate. were __ __ _
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Chicago last Friday and started for their in l,l>8. .iul have since then! been the
-Rev. 1':. L. Turquand held
Eau flallie home_the same day.J eveningservice ;.ject l ot'aai aaiuunt speculation -- --y- -rr r.. A '""" 7
at St. Gabriel'; ( Episcopal and tluorizi'U.Wi .Ii: n D L .JL .. 9
A. Dnret. of Crescent City the Church) Christmas: evening also Com- I *. it''uiK.il 11'hnto.rtt.hJ will !.e used

Pioneer will-sinker of the State of Florida munoutt 11aH.Ja*t ten jcste 'da. Ui(.rning. ia all We-krsj anal Northern .Wrvi- ( ofthe! firm of Huckaba;. \ Bud e,)
know operating; in Titus iilc.[ For torie* tll i'teilitnte the ivlip- of l S SU,
The ladies ha I
the church
information. address box 211. tastily and it is hoptxl that much light will i>e .
decorated r-the tvlebratioii of Chrstmas. : throw i3 uptiu tiu- ';u:..,:,ti.,:i ut the itirona I1 ill Open Large Stock of
-We are informed that General Pa.Wtfer .*- by thc*'! Ifh:- 1'\uti.n .

of the J. T. A, L .--
Agent Ackqrly
-The yachts Prestalanl X ettit,. of theBiscayne
iv. W. II the Tug Siiseajnellay Y ncts1 t'snb.
) expects to tart regular Bay Yacht Club arrivw hereon Furniture and Bedding
\' inter schedules 021 his rod on the Sf. "3 tart!ac 't.fr.*.
their: way to their destination last
-:veath of the coming month.A Two small! sehonalr yacht> 1.1'a poculi.r -
week and for short while. I
beatifully bound large bible with pat sera raaie into i ate 'i ;rpr !last I In w.iu\. .t tlt.irM stand aunt slit: ;l.c i.:itruiuve: ol' .:i ii; J,; .
We publish elsewhere!
a night ail! hopped .uufh.r iu fumt
ti ill': old and tiev versions printed them during tl'eir stay at tae \11- the {.j(/. They wi"-e tht-ui\.ui ': !ufl friends on the ri"t.1'

:lie }j\- hide, in parallel eoluotu ha;; eient City.:' fthe il -t of the:' niSt-.J.fIt itty: Y.witClul' !

ell orcsentcd tt> the Episcopal Church :;ud i :.re jr.-t from Ncv. York. after I I
Comnieneiif- on Saturday i tt, the The ROOFING
a Staid and stormy p..>*as.;'*
Jas Pritchard.Mr. TIN I
Cai't. 22nd, the J. T. A" K. W. System instructed whole fleet will soon bo al+lug. rnd will .

J. Birubauoi has received a agents to sell r mn:1 trip ticket, cruise: in Fit'rida waters all winur w ith I

:i- r ..f Kimples f.om tl \sell-kno\vufirm for eleven days, local ttii; Biajne B:!A a-: headquarters. One of.!
: to any >: at the! T;;.-Ht. the ih.-' : hip "f the fleet, I is i 1 end Metal Work of f all Pinfe
J Reedb'S frroiviiuiu utterifig
; I'* > M% Philadelphia, price of one far(\ Ticket-: '] '.-t return il.e I'iv-t. couiiiiandtd i, Cou; .acdoieRalplt i i ,

he hat secured the agency fori at any time en c.r before{ t'?.t' flirt: M:>nro". while the Nettie i is in |I

ill i.. Hace for elothiu uade to order. of January. command 1 of e-Commodnre Edward J.; Corrugated Iron Roofing
llir.p. The Nettie w fiity-fi\e feet in ,
)I J. 31. Lee and brother I
rs. were 3Ir. Charles Sha
<' p\.eial
lensrth JH'l the Presto a few feet 1 s-iiorter :
..< .::1: ..' : ..tCilPC, ,r autl'n1Plt, _"' l lJl L t : /_"nt of the General Lan OifiY:\ Wash both i It afs lair rl-ved iii a manner to I Galvanized Iron Cornices.

T*. ." .d) .;. 1t '"" stand the ronsrhtst weather. In the I Itrj1"ty
l'1'Iday 0 : ; : ;: :" :. '. .. li:! !1-n: in t'uvn 4 ielast .
<> Mr. Thomas A. lllne Arthur TIUli TLiti} : iO :: ul nl:: :l'IR: siEsdsatcs . : .iC
; .: II. -. ;;':;lit: \ '.. :: ': .'::1. : i :'" j i T'KII; I ;'M 3 1 l- ;aie to Indian are i .
L. ..1t.1.. John "'a hhum. KiehnrJCarne.1
::t:1.: }. j;iil'-.o.!:; : 'i !! ':k" ., :-l"ort to the General and Frederick?A. Mojito. I I Given and Work EiecateJ in all l Parts of toe Si::'u

-Ti i ftH' ; ',,' .:': .:.i. :. :J !. I!. \ (U t *1\ Ii: r'_ 'r-i"I w swamp and Monroe. the famous t."Ul'l: t"'tr'I'Kirk

.. j', x ;..-t s': : .: .. ,-it ".\ :.! ...:.'rt: t' : '.:I :h'i: i : ?.:s :o. tiu. the! *ecretafj' ef the '1".ml,::n nn H W. T. COTTER, Sanford, Florida

.. t i is now nn his Wtt 1 join the P" et with _., __._ .' r
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5.! '
: it' I : --.l'! ; -. n! ''e_":. .: ..:\'cdher"Iast tl.o yacht Alnpta. I -

: t. : .1:; '. : ::':'" i ;' ,- J'rM: .:' .1.'.t ,1-I '. '.' '/uitilMon-: I The X..Uc: anti Prestene"u'it"Te.l

,. .' '.: ..,; 1 .' ,. ,t.'r: n\ ... : :.:,; _. i i i iiitiou tt re- heavy we-ul&tr on their voyage; Both I I'I WE CALL THE ATTENTION
.'., \',! 0 ;' .'O:! .. j'. 1 '". .. tfl' boats Id 1 r bite:::-nc Bay this moM- n ,.
turn : ; a-t. ii-t{ creel tLe JH" |>le of Indian hirer to our Moik c.r < i itMd-!
i': til.t . "' 'I in;: on the i aside passage to Matan a*. !. which oJerin-r elo-c aum.&i.& .
"1- t-- : ;n .J.-: r.: *., i u -.unj'ttire; and 7 we are :;t very '
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t t. .ill ; oj' .v '1 I i'11 :.t \'- i.i"l: >'e: < ':!u jt the old .
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I i':; C'JtA :'. :::1. :. .. 1 : : it*;-_': !c!H In I titers 1 :>> itrofes-nmtl.: :ivk-f'- t., ii Ii: ., I Groceries Grainy Hay and Flfli IT\

..' HI : .< F. .. :"i :. .;." .:'I" .' .. ; L.:', .: .. 1,4-'1 pie ,_.f Titu-'ville and -urr'-'in lin- !I t

; : I .Vit l:I H _: .1 t1 ., ..'. 1 -...':,:: :: J. W:'..; witch- eountr--. tedieinenlSurery i'ratieI f ,
1 : : 'T' : IL : : i i:1 alll.lf its hrlnt.'IH'o. i 011 atiehwv1vriigive: :: \t't.J: iulUt.t''ute.: \'.\ '.1'1 :. hare.t
fi \ / ; : j.-- -> "*.'tur: 2Y:1 AM {.:tl1oIdt fur; me a: Grand View j j

." .. ;.: :i. .. .....: ,1.u.. ,. ::.- I':,.'- .' :*. .' -. .; .!ltit-uit: ; tie Hot..l 1 wi1! },?" i' u.!led to prompt l.v. iiU i GSST'S rdaiEEHG; GOODS: BOOTS .1Irqnt'.:....:.\lJ.j.J, I II-US! I :n.\.'. :\ CAiC.Which .

.,r'A t:, ';.' \\* .. .,. :,: : .- '.'J!-.' 'O> ; '.. ." :.r- it nltlitjut I iI v e ..r- oftji.irat I km I.;_UK. Tl:..:-.Hl..UII1.J.-, !! ... ., ri i i.. L> 3

.. : [ I. ...' *. \\ : .. ,.. n U'k; I their! : .. full ',. .[ills. ..' ., i.oa.:i 1
: ; !; '0" j : '\ :al 1 freight ears & GO. 1L.-re-t :o j.ivc s.:- ; w arc.-t i

d the ; l':'-:11t'1. ;', ::1t, ,,;: \t rv 1L'W ".*"*.r. :: .1.: :. r:!:'.\ *:. '\-lfcJl :*}C use 12&OOTT, : i V*'' \.-ill !ot'l'-t-e.l! : : :yuole- j ru.. > il .'ii.\ t. 1t 1

.. . : .' '. '. i' .. ., TFFI'SULLE, FL t., ... .... .
'. .i i : i : .d' < !I.' .r '', .: t r"' t'l- were : ----...:- .. ;'fY-' 'w..1 J"
j', : :M. I .,:;. ." -1.=. ..c.a..IL2' a I t
i 'h: .' : 'J t : "11 : : ,y. r. .!l11 Train was TIll & SHEET-IRON WORKERS. 1

0 V : ..'. ?:.>.. .. ,:.1 -'i: .': .. .. 'I- Ij ,t" : 1 :,.'1.1. >:\tr :"n buur.C 1 ____ : -

.:, 0 .,.." :' '., ;. v. Fi1'r; :'jv I !here Christmas I GUTTER TNG.: ltOOFIXnd :.. :
: < F .. ..:i1 : .!. .. i."X. :.. '''I- with hi* *(-1!., !.T .eht. the Ellie.II \ Manufacturing: of Tin VGALVANIZED ar 1 .f

,,: :'l' :. :a:: : :: ';'::T .. ; '. :, li-i" jI j id ":!tea: ]"uc paa2 from t WORK. : .. .. aft

".. ; P. P' :'':.-. -- >, -v Y';r.i. :Ii".I: :- !Mr there a x at then i' Anti It'jpairi'i r of all kind.i i ,

f :.t 1 ( '.. -. .. I :' j ..,. '.M.:, t.;' O.:7. .: t-. ''!": ti=, time was I REAL ESTATE BROKERS & LOAN AGENIS. i
:..I' ',1 .: ".i a'th: '. -" lit i>let-:. 'tl-:.- i.1 !v"!tKtSn'n.r! : in port i I ration : 7L.VIN ST., near rn-er. i ii -

i J' t 1.1 l, it"-:: whi: t' .1.:1:41'.1. .:,- 1'1-: v\hcK\cr:: th -' v:.:itli:'r was toriy or I ;) I Ii 'Y-, .-............ 1J

; ,;: .' :. t'ie' T! :h.-,' ,,'1 1' 1: .' u1): !\ ;.-: nt. H<* 'U1 hv the inde i
','. d'"_ :: I : i.it: ..1 1 1t : ::H..r .Jun. t, r .Utt. rinl ;iltp! ,:.i-*! th- *eh wvner mea' i, LANDS BOUGHT AND SOLD. "
**.... !j !! a
iir"--01 ? over ail.! himself and one
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j :
Loans Negotiated on First Class Security at from 12 to per
n.:m e( n titut'-d the crew, with )Irs.i j I PICKENS TIIINEK !I i
t'.:rl,1i'.. :..:.- 1?Cate ti i::S 1,1tec.Jmmd \.
Fiher as pa'iier.: The Captain win i I Ii i'huiee in Townwiil; ? ;i1c t tt
.. !hi. o: rapidly growing i.' !\vtt :
11 ill ;rh 1 1lttcntillJJ: + : iu 1rofesi..u. Photographer I I
I I run his yacht as a pleasure boat on the i I t: .nt. in twelve month*!.
:: ifntiuri; itis card uLich wall
\5i to I
c ca : I river this winter, and from a personal iI I, Views on East Coat and Indian nihrI: I Residence lots in Titusville from 820 up to llAA. Itt
1fiw,,..1 ill another ("OIumn.'e I .
inspection as to roominess, comfort and a Specialty. 1 I n uinov> Juts from 2 50 t, I .":';. :
i:li-:'ht also Mate that: Dr. MeNeill as- I i| Has the only Authorized PHOT..ir.APH 416t
staunchness should she would
-te,l the 3SiCians of Jacksonville I we sty OF PR -IDENT CLEVELAND AKD PAFTY !
.i ,a ing the reveut epidemic with hisS i l! please the n;?:*t fastidious.i i that has ever been made during their i ii Agents for Florida Soutta Railway Lands. -Ia

under invitation from Dr. Neal !; case of Mrs. M. E. Titus vs.! i tOT'el8Ordcr,; by mail receive prompt ;'
'rvice i! Jacob Birnbaum. which has been postponed ; attention. 40-Omo. More than d.(>()OiiO Acres of Clticc'Land*, located in n-:. "
Mitchell. He be found at the j I '. '
may county in the State suitable for FarJuin'*. ( razing, Fruitarnl \ cr tIS
times for trial
I so man came up '
View Hotd.We 1
< rand before Justice Atkinson last Wednesday ;: GRAND VIEW HOTEL I Growirc-fine. Cypress and CciLtr 1 Timber, price 81 Fert'\ Mti

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were misinformed last week in and Thursday. The suit was brought upwards.P. ..

tating the new steamer St. Lueie i is to :! in covenant to enforce defendent to pay TITUSVILLE, FLA. I O. Box 250 Titusville. Florida. ;

take the place of the noekle e. Capt. I -0-- e.J
for occupied by him 1
rent a on
I'addifon informs us that the t"t. Lueie''i j Main street; but which he vacated on Tie most centrally located Hotel in City. : A. A. STEWART, GEO. M. R05BIK$, WALTER S. GRAHAHJ) l,: .,t .-.

trill take the run from Melbourne to Jupiter : account saloons on both sides of him. ;i -0- : Clerk Circuit Court. _\"". at T.". \\.

and that the steamer White will 1 damaged his business. }j! 5eN
claiming they
be placed on the'Daytona'route. !:. i defence as e constructive cvic- '! EVERY RESPECT.
a through line will be established bj j t onet3ie*r*- Robbins and Graham ati !It
steamer from Daytona to Jupiter, and: i torneys f,r plaintiff and )Ies Hs. Jones I Open all the year round. Table Unsure Complete Abstracts of Title furnished to all land* In Jlr '

thence via. rail to Lake Worth. Verily,,! I I Viand Williams for defendmt.fier listening I pa-cd. Bath Rooms Free. lard count, riorida. !I

I : to the pleadings of the attorney Rates S2.5O & $3.OO Daj\ ',
per .
South Florid .
the hidden beauties of Perfected.Box .
the disagree Titles Examined and
i I Thursday night: jury agreed to t I .
will soon be opened up to gcod transpor' : five favoring: the defendant and !I SPECIAL ILiTES PEP WEEK. to1 i

taiion. one for the plaintiff. J. A. MILLER, Proprietor. 23O, Titusville, Fla. j

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