The Florida star

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The Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Place of Publication:
Titusville Fla
S.W. Harmon
Creation Date:
January 5, 1888


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
28.591111 x -80.82


Situated on the banks of the Indian River, Titusville in Brevard County was settled in 1867 by a former Confederate officer, Henry Theodore Titus, and his wife, Mary Hopkins Titus. The town was incorporated in 1887, by which time it was already famous for its citrus and pineapple crops. The arrival of the Florida East Coast Railroad in 1892 laid the groundwork for a tourist industry as well. The Florida Star and later the East Coast Advocate and Indian River Chronicle provide a diary of these developments. The Florida Star was a weekly newspaper published by P.E. Wagner from 1880 to approximately 1882 and later by S.W. Harmon. On November 1, 1912, the newspaper moved from Titusville to Cocoa, Florida. The Florida Star ceased publication around 1917 and was succeeded in turn by the Indian River Star, which operated until 1920. Another Titusville paper, the East Coast Advocate and Indian River Chronicle began on July 13, 1900, as a continuation of the Indian River Advocate and East Coast Chronicle; the latter had been preceded by both the East Coast Advocate, edited by W.S. Graham, and the Indian River Advocate. In 1920, the East Coast Advocate and Indian River Chronicle merged with the Indian River Star and was subsequently published under the title of the Star Advocate.
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).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
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Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)


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VOL. vin. TITUSVILLE, FLA., THURSDAY, JAN. 5, 1888. NO. 37. n i i

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Shooting at Cocoa.A they had a supper at the school-house, Minis. this generous Santa Claus, for each and The Christmas picnic was held this ; I
I preceded by recitations and reading all received souvenir from the at Dr. Potter's, and usual J
unfortunate affair happened at by Miss Katie Hamilton has gone to a tree. year as a '! j
most .,he children and young people, whichwas spend the Christmas holiday at City When the excitement of :giving i :: and good time was had b} all who attended. I !

Cocoa last Thursday night in the shoot- much enjoyed by all. Miss Jennie Point and vicity. receiving had subsided a little all were Parties being held .
of Tom Hardee by Will Fowler. Gray deserves much credit for the pro- refreshed with ice-cream, cake and cof: are now occasionally !
ing and are enjoyed by and old I
Mr. Osborn who has hired to Chamberlain
Hardee was under the influence of liquorat gramme being so very interesting and fee.The alike. For social amusements Lake -."
carried out. & Strahm has gone to his old evening ended
thoroughly was up by a lively
and was chasing Fowler Worth takes the cake-baker and all. \ ''
the time, The LaGrange Literary was held at home, to get his family. display of fire-works and the tired but

around with an open knife endeavoringto tfrs. Coleman's, on Saturday evening.The Oranges are being: shipped from our perfectly happy children went home to )Ir. and )Ir:,. Joe Wilson l and her J t

stab him.,-Fowler tried to escape president-Mr. N. C. Bryanbeingabsent depot day for the :Florida Auction: dream of toy horses with flowing manes brother, who had just come here, in- f'

from his pursuer but finding that he the vice-president, Miss Aline and Forwarding every Companv. and tail, blue-eyed dolls, and a kind tending to spend the winh'ro not stay
him halt Egger, presided. The prize for questions and thoughtful Santa Claus whom the })permanent!}' !here have left for their '
him called to
was paining on answered was awarded to Mr. Dixie Miss McCormick, daughter of Dr. could not help thinking, was Mr. Tiffinin New Hampshire: home. ..

which he failed to do and Fowler then Almond. The evening passed off pleasantly McCormick, is spending a few days:' disguise! Neither
44-calibrc and fired with visiting with 3Ir. Roberts' daughters.Mr. railroad canal nor telegraph "
revolver : --
draw his singing, etc. x
I line has got here jet, thou h they are all) '."
over Hardee but this did not have anyeffect On New lear the marriage of Mr. G. A. E. Barney i is driving around I Lal rn u1.4.11'-Ii. talked ahout.r onder which will get I
on Hardee and the next shot : Gardner to Miss Eala Day was solemnized our town, dis-plaing a fine, new wagon: I )Ir. Dixie Alderman has departed to here first? The odds if any seem to ", "
at the residence of the bride's parents, which was a Christmas present from his be in favor: of being "struck b '
took effect in the left side, just as Har- :Mr. and Mrs.V.. P. Day, by the Rev.kV. father. spend Christmas at home li,htnin,!!:" first. our : } .1 t',

eIre was about to reach Fowler with his' \ X. Chaudoin, seven o'clock in the A number from Aurantia, Carter's. f' s

knife 'fire'dfair was caused by some:; veiling. The bride was attired in alight Miss Eunice Harrison left Saturday, and Minis i e-amedown and participated From appearances now the yield of :
to attend the academy, at Gainesville, tomatoes in this section will be much '
has been indulged in gray ca:-hmnere. Mr.\ Gardner has in our Christmas festival: I
fooliohncswllidl: recently moved to this place from Georgia Fla. heas accompanied b} her greater than ever ll' great
by some of the young men ot that place, and highly respected by all. Miss mother. Henrv Carlile who met with an accident trouble this season: will probably
who witnessed itccmcd to Eals is some time ago) b}' an explosion: of be in procuring transportation for the
and those one of LaGrange's favorite young Christmas Eve number of our citizens : :
a ;gunpowder, was well enough: to take ,
think it quite a juke until the finale. ladle A large number of friends were left to attend the LaGrange( : festivities part in the Christmas: entertainment. _, crop as last: as needed. t

As soon as Fowler found Hardee J to be present. After the ceremony an excellent and came back liighl; pleased with One of the "Sub-Tropical" offiterswa
' was served. It was bounteous the pleasures of the evening. I Mr. Twitchcll who is here from sign" down here few das
wounded he aboard his su\per\ : : a ago: to get
!severely got prepared. In cutting the 1 sisCitv attending: to the shipment of his: unples, of fruityc'ctabhes.floivcrs
more s: : ,
yacht, and )beat to Tiiusville against; a jride's cake, Mr. Willie Day brother of On) Friday night the :;nth, thenwill Ol'lIIl'-: :. mule a shipment to the Hoida etc, from here than the already had-

heavy norther, and delivered himself to the bride, was the fortunate ('?) one he : be a sociable held at Mrs. trahi1I1'tilr: Auction and Foiwarding Companv and I guess they will get them Whenincomes '
getting the ring. The wedding presentswere I the benefit of the school house.: All are from which he has gotten return*. Isisbrights
thought liar- ""cli Lake
Sheriff. It was first tn. p1IJs.
the numerous and very nice, among most cordially invited to attend with : brought: him :::390: while his Worth is always "top of the heap"'
dec was mortally wounded, but he is them we will mention a lovely lamp their nicklc iifstts: brought ir: : 05

now expected to recover, and lie fully from Mr. and Mrs. Rovers; Mr. and :Mrs: )Ir. Chamberlain was elected Supeiintendent The east side school had holidat
(Christm was celebrated here by the
: :
and declines to E.[ L. Brady, chamberIr.. and Mrs. exercises on December :ind. which was
exonerates Fowler, pro- of the Sunday :School. We Sunday :School with an exhibition and
attended b number of fiiend-t
of knives and forks Mr. } a
fiendry, set ; invite all attend
released cordially to
been our
secute him. Fowler has supper The exhibition was given in
the school and of the children
and Mrs. Johnson and tin kitchenset parents
Cocoa : a glass .school, which convenes at '! p.m. at he; low ji hall, and was highly] enjo.vedliv
from jail. and has returned to ; Rcr.. X. Chaudoin. a bible ; 1'urvear Hall. who were well pleased tllee the
the audience The children rendering "
where even a lreliminarJtrial has been Mrs. Chaudoin, a tableclothIrs.. Xor- mprovement in the :scholars which
Both parties are of excellent wood, pair of vases; Mr. Frenzly, set of T0n Mondav, the "Jt.:; Capt. Peter I : their l'iecl's"er. nitelv The hall reflects credit on them and still greater;
wave salt cellars Mr. Tommie Johnson, Xeil on. of the Seminole, was marriedto i was very prettilY decorated with palms: credit ou Miss Susie F. Brown, their
families and are well liked.It Mr.; Willie Dayoct > e syrup table Miss: Maggie: : Hogg; : at. the bride's I amid feiiis with a dotting: of led roses: teacher.

I is to be hoped that the lesson set linen ; Miss; J. Brady, vase: ; Mis Jennie home i'ii. C. I). Pur.vear, Notary which gave a fine effect. The tae: fcJAM.
background of white. decorated with
Public performed the ', ; was ------ ---
these who take too table cert mon
for young men, Gray, set napkins ; Miss Ellen
: of ferns and a profusion of \handsome -
sprays Honor to Whom Honor is
many liberties with their fellow men, Saul-*, a hand bagIiss; Janic Johnson: The :school; is being held in Mr Rob roses: while in the centre hung: a

when under the influence of liquor, will autograph album. L. X. erts'old house, and has a fair: attendince. Urge; lark banner with the inscription; Due.

be remembered by them and that in ----- -- It is hoped that a new schoolhouse ; in :gilt letter, 'God bless: our school Enterprise: and capital arc the mighty: 1

future they will act with more discre .lloiithlj Meteorological Summaryof will be under construction before which was a gift from Mr. harry Burton levers that move the world. With

tion. Intoxicating liquor was the cause TitHille, ria, during the mon:h of December, long; as efforts are being; made to ;get it of New Brunswick, X. J. After neither man becomes u mere blank in
of this well'nigh tragedy, for withoutits H'!;. Parted. the exhibition the company all adjourned creation-a drone in the hive of workers -

influence no such actions would have In our last week's items we wish to : to the upper hall, where a sumptuous -a tramp with no care or thought:
occurred fFLIlMMIEJ IIT TH): I. K SK.ML OIFICK:.J was awaiting them The children or care for the future. Capital! withoutenterprise
-------- correct the statement tint 31 r. Hawthorne supper .
-- --- -- ;Ttiiiiera: -r: i is from Georgia, as his present were seated at the table and the represents the miser whoioards

1'1'ote/1Iti'e hiSO('latish. ..; _tore :; ;:=zI residence is Hawthorne Fla. lie intends older ones took seats all around the hall. his gold, and the sensualistwho
I ;: 1': ';::: :.. The waiters then kept bus for( spends it for his own gratification,
:: c bringing with him hands enough were : along
ROC-KLEDUK, FLA., Jali..3'SSS.: DVTE. = I' :: :: .:: ;:; : : neither of whom han regard for
I time satisfying the appetites of the any
f f ] to cultivate 40 acres of his hammock :
Editor riorida Star: .. I the public welfareEnterprize .
I., :. IH cll:: :: land. companies with the delicacies: that had
The Indian River Fruit and Vegeta* j L r I .:? ::. 1:r'=7- t! been prepared. The room was rendered without capital representsthe

blc rowers'! Protective Association 1.........................:. ':30.2i> Co GO (j//).' .10 ( Ink attractive bv a large: number of engravings : vast aviary of workers-the bone

held an interesting and uc'cssfulmeet- 2........................... ..30.27:66,69,60:, ,: ,, .04 'ourtiicj Drops. : : which covered the walls and the and sinew of the nation-}et whose energies

ing: at the residence of A. L. Hatch, ;) .......................... ..30.764 69'50: ; .Oo Mrs. W. Wilson 1 and little daughter: decorations of ferns, palms and loses. ; are crippled for want of capital,
1 Ksq; ., at City Point, on the 27th ult. and 4.$0.2.;: ) 63''70'*")G;'*.01 Uuth arrived at Courtney,from Canada, The table presented' a must inviting appearance I and unaided b}' those: more fortunate

reorganized; bj the adoption of a Constitution f........................... ',"<),,\-,.I't, ,, .01 un Satuidav with the numerous plates of than themselves can accomplish but lit-

:: and B-Lavvs.. and elected} their H.; .......................... '.: 0.17,6, !) 7' 57 .0 : Mr. R. Grant spent Christmas: week sandwiches and handsome cakes: while tle in developing' ; the country's. natural

,. >fficcrs for the ensuing: j ear ,. For the 7........................... .:tO.17G7, 71G, ( .0 with his friend the Messrs.::: Hodgson, the centre contained a large :stand: of resources
information of the public the following 8.......................... ':3.07.r, ) 72 57; .0. of Eau allie.; oranges; apples:, bananas, etc, surmounted lIe who is endowed with energy, perseverance r'
business then and there done and transacted 9..96s' ,() 74 Gli';, .on< very pretty bouquet. After all and sound judgment: com

is hereby published : 10.......................... :.29.95 (65 73 62: .15 )Iro:;. Randolph Sams and diughtcr: appetites' had been satisfied the company bined with ample capital, is the man f

A standing: committee of five on trail 11........................... '30.01 64 71'59: .0 of Beaufort, S. C., are the :guests of Dr. proceeded to the lower hall here Santa who will accomplish most in the world

sportation was appointed, composed of 12.... ...................... ':30.11 626954' .0 and Mrs. ams. Claus made his appearance and distributed and although these; are employed! in his
the fillowinggentlemen: : (l. S. Hardee, 13: o.1: (j8 74 fiS .0 Miss E. C. Suns, of Beaufort. S. C, ;gifts. Those} who were fortunate own private business, he becomes a public

K. T Porcher, A. L. Hatch, A. Brady 1-1.......................... ':30.04737762'' .02 spending! a few months with Mrs. A. enough to attend the Christmas festival, benefactor inasmuch as others are

and Dr (5.. "'. Holmes, whose duty is 15........................... 129.98,,71 78'C7;i 10 A. Hallinghurst.Mr ; were hugely: pleased] with it, and think directly or indirectly benefited b> it.

and shall be to look up delays, and receive 1G........................... .266 70'60.*T there was no need to go to other towns Many thriving towns own their very
complaints, on, to, and concerningthe : 1.,............................ ,.,_')9,- 'G.).. 10 -2''; .39 John Doyle and Mr. Gco. Mcar, 1 to enjoy Christmas: Eve Great credit existence to the public spirit! shown b}'
transportation of products shipped. I8..29.99526046' .0 of Mass, will spend the winter here is due the ladies, who had chargeof : a few such men. Without such aid

and communicate with the officials of 19........................... !:30.0S'57'G7' .0 with )Ir. Siiiii', also of Mass. the festival, in making it so successful embrYo cities" rise and fall like bubbles

the transportation companies and carrier 20........................... ,66 73H\: \ .26 The steamer Rockledge is a welcome on the water, while others with fewer
and thesame. .. ....... .aO.1261 6S 55 .22 : natural advantages: have flourished,
toward correcting rectifying; 21...... .. .. sight.: Although: she calls twice each day -- -- ---- -- --
simply because they had few enterprising -
22'(; : a
we do notice half enough: of her, nor Knii (ilallie Items.
A .standing committee of two from 2t.: ....................... 2\.9 65 GS 56 .04 the genial captain. men with ample means to push
each of the following: places, viz : City 21........................... .29.G91GS 31'65', .2G : H. R. Olmstcad H pushing on his them into prominence.

Point, Cocoa and llockledge, was appointed _q)0)........................... .no )' v",(1':1' .'\) Air and Mrs. W R Sanders and wharf to completion. Indian River has some such men and
composed of the following: gentlemen ._,/, .')1).(.)O LI 55 5347j' I ..\)3 their youngest: children, with Mrs.: Waller Christmas and Xew Year's days parsed wherever they arc located there soon

: For City PointV.. II. Sharpeand : O.Ot) 6171\ : 18t.0I:, left for Jupiter, Fla., on Wcdnes- very quietly in our settlement. appears monuments ot their energy and
A ,J. Whitlock ; for Cocoa. .Join :! 1..1- G9,79, 55'*T day, to spend a few days with Mr. John zeal, in the way of substantial improve

Sanders and Julius King: : for Hock 2 )'.......................'''.,: 49,t 4:42: ; .0 'Y tller. John L. Harrison is building a landing ments.
and L. A. Gin- ............. ::30.29 ; .0 stage on his Eau Gallie River lot. Prominent among:: this class is C. .1.
ledge: II. S. Williams : ()......... .. tOjG44n; ; The nunv friends of Mr. II. .J. Tiffin
gras whose duty i is and shall be to receive 31........................... .30.1.1,6.1,68 5S;*1' will be pleased to learn that he is once Simpson S. Grant, of Courtney, spent Hector of lell)4)urne-one of the early
any' and all complaints on and uf more at Courtney on his :grove, where he his Christmas with Mr. J. E. M. Hodg pioneers, who has shown commendable
in the development of that place.
overcharge on incoming freights am Fog. will spend the winter months, and later son's family. energy:
Coming here with some means and a
report the Mine to the State Railro.u t Dcw. be joined bv friends from Canada.
I Tomatoes and beans
being shipped
of he in the
vast amount pluck, engaged;
Commission, and all parties having; complaints *T indicates trace of rainfall.
\ from the Eau Gallic River, and are realizing mercantile trade, and by strict integrity '
to make on this subject are earnestly Sunuuary.Meari Miss Simpson, after a pleasant visitat
requested to communicate with any the house of Mr. and Mrs. T. H. good returns.: and close attention to business, has

member this committee. barometer, 30.072. Sanders returned to Georgii.: : accompanied I Mr., Mrs., and Miss: Xesbitt, of \licco, secured an enviable trade, as well as
All fruit and vegetable growers and Highest barometer, 30.3S: on the 29th. bv her brother Mr. C. \1.: Simian I were the guests of Mrs. John E.1.. ample means, which he is using in additional -

shippers business! men. and all :good Lowest barometer, 29.uO) on the 24th. : who went with her to enjoy the j I Hodgson during Chri...tina..;. improvements, having recently
invited I Monthly range! of barometer. .78. in his old home 1 completed the most expensive and substantial }
citizens generally respectfully 1 holidays
and : }and become Mean t temperature, 63.2. I The Treutler House is fast aprroaeh- private wharf on the river, it
solicited juin -
urgently: to and I Highest temperature, 81.0 on the 24th Man}' thousands of tomato plants ing completion, since the arr being: fifteen hundred feet long: and
members of this organization
association and when 'ossibll'ttl'nd Lowest temperature, 40.2 on the 19th hue been set out here and )Ir. .).lohnH I owner, )Ir. William Treutler. eight feet wide, having: a pier twenty bv
its meetingand if } and desirable Monthly range of temperature, 40.S. Sups will, in a week or two. begin; : Gov. Perry, of the tate of Florida, sixty feet at the terminus-built in sucha

organize: ; branch necessary organizations at Greatest daily range of temperature,, :hipme-its: ot them. lIe and )Ir. La j has been pleased to appointIr. Jno. E substantial manner that the jar caused

the different towns and settlements 1 26;'8. Roche have received very )good returns: '! M. Hodgson: of this place, to be justice b} the landing: of' the steamer is: scarcely -

the river. for their and our own more ; beast daily range of temperature, 8.8. from a lare; number of snapbeanswhich '! of the peace for the 5th Judicial District susceptible. He has, also, nt his own

perfect organization and unity of interests ; Mean duly range of temperature, 14.3 they shipped during the monthof I This: is a step in the right direction. expense constructed: a bridge across
: 56.4. I Creek. nine feet wide and
Mean daily dew point, December Crane two
and greater convenience ill and for i I Mean daily relative humidity, 79.2. I / It i is proposed to build a Rapt is"tI hundred and sitfeet long with a
attending: our meetings and the business: : .\ real Santa Claus undo his head church in this settlement shortly. A site
wind r draw-bridge in the for the
I Prevailing direction ot ((7 :1.m., :., [ ; centre passageof
ot the insure its II. J. Tit
organization and success the home of Mr.
: quarters at has been secured. The building will l e
i Sail boats, being
XW. only
:11ltllO! p.m.), : not a :great ac-
and welfare Total movement of wind, 618 miles. fin on ): Mondiv( night.: December 2ijth.; :, u-ecl as a publicchool.hnu.e, pending commodition to the citizens of Melbourne
The next meeting is called for to be"id velocity direction, and date and the beautiful Christmas tree which the erection of a proper building for the but to the :settlers along: the
; Highest '
will be held Cocoa Tuesday.the with him will long be .
at on he brought; : remembered latter
the 1st. : purpose. river below
Xorth t
m 45; miles, on
21th iiist! at which as m.HlJ as can with sparkling) and I
eyes rosy
I 1.91 inches. His[ store building being too
Total precipitation, Captain W. II. Adamis clearing : :
are respectfully: urged: to attend. smiles by the manv little folks who I
I which .U1<> inl'lllllI r small accommodate his increasing
Number of to :
days on three acre! of land, and intends adding
Yerv respectful! etc., danced with delight: around the bnlliantl
I of fell, 13.: trade. he i is erecting: a two-story building
C President more precipitation '. three hundred more trees to his already
B. IAl lighted and
1..A. GIVJK\,RUIFtt.ecretrJ. !! Number of clear days, G. I The} boughs bent beneath tree.the. five orange grove. A few' more-energetic : :'JOjO<; feet: which .will be.not only
16.Number :green ) !honor to Melbourne but to the entire
; Number of fair days! gentlemen like Capt. Adams are needed 1 an
eight ot lovely toys and dainty candies.1but :
>. r rinr.llC1will what combined} Britishpluck
h.'istnlas at LaGraupe. I of cloudy days, I the tree could not hold all, and ] in our settlement.
and will
Dates of frosts-light, 19th ; killing, I TI rTJI. ample means accomplish,
The LaGrange holidays have been unUsually none. I m in}" gifts: nestled in the :gray moss --- !! besides :showing: his faith in the futureof

pleasant this Christmas. The I Thunder storm, 28th.W. The little ones were :gazing upon the Lake "U orth. Indian River Our )great need i iI is

Upper given bv the young men of LaGrange W. DAVID, Pvt., lovely sight: when lo'! near the fruit ofhis : more such men. who have ample meansto

at Mrs". E. I./ rad.y's, was the I Signal Corps, e.::::. Army.Xotlcc I I heart stood Santa Claus himself Weather warm. I develop the country, and energy: to
beginning of the pleasant events of the .. I looking: wonderfully like Mr. Tiffin notwithstanding I And somewhat damp. push it forward until our naturally
week. extended Parfnrrsliip. ; the snowy hair and flow-f beautiful shall become subdued
Invitations to Chal1e of -
were I of i I country
Quite a number, and notwithstanding the II ingbeaid': Just the right kind for tomatoes. and beautified, and made the dwelling-:

gloomy, disagreeable evening, nearly all I I He held in each (hand a box containing !' And they are doing; finely, and shipment I place of a happy and prosPerous people.AVERV .
Were present. The time passed very/The firm of Brady and Hendry, of La ) :slips lIf'paper upon which were are increasing.: ; I .

pleasantly with music, etc., unitil Grange, is now changed to that of W. I I numbers corresponding: with those upon I -
games -- ---- --
The : B. took few crates to I
who will on the business i- ,. the presentsThe Mary a
ten o'clock, when supper was an-1!! X. Hendrv, carry I Lake Worth Town Lots.
Jacksonville December
the drew their numbers from on
all there in future ; i girls
nounced. It is needless to that ;, personally
enjoyed the repast, the supper say being ex- j firm of E. L. Brady & Bro., of Titusville, j I one bo\ and the boys:' from the other. and Mrs. A. Hendrickson and The undersigned lots in the have new quite town a of numberof Lake
cellent. the oft- is E. L. Brady, who will personallycarry Then the little ones came into the Christmas :Mr. good
Mrs. Brady received \ now ? son, ot Jupiter, spent : at \,"orth.Ve will purchase and improve
of their and all
Titusville. possession prizes were
most the at / .
pealed compliment of being a on business c Geo A. Gale's.The distance.
for at
pleasant -- happ, because Santa Claus seemed to parties a
and entertaining hostess. Bessie B. in from Jacksonville PORTER & PUTTER,
Pecan Ina know just what each one wanted. I :got
Christmas Eve instead of the ChristJ5J8. Young man, plant a grove.
: it will be a fortune almost The old folks were surprised to find December, with a full cargo: General Real Estate Agents,
I few
tree had
onstm/u. which for the they past have fourteen year every, without years labor or expense. that they, too, had been remembered b} including a lot of Christmas: ttcctera Lake Worth, Dade Co., Fla.






15. Vicar General Quinn,at Paris,aged 66. at Woodstock, Vt f; 13. Washouts on Southern Pacific railroad In I respectively, for embezzling $ '00.op oflVK-.

19. Atexondtr Mitchell, railroad magnate, atNets 12. Hotel fire in Berlin; $1,000,000 10Sli .-Fire in j Arizona. and Chesapeake Canal company. *a.,
DOINGS OF 1887. : York, age-i Cs.: '
Augusta, Ga.: $i>.000: loss. ,j i reuva. I DCCXXBZa.
David K. chief the Dis
15. c.'artter justice
20. Fire at Chautauqua; 'IOO,())) loss. 29. Propeller Vernon foundered off Manitowoc 8. Marion La Touche
of Columbia! :-1. eJe-1 female hanker ..
trict at Washington aged 21. B .rning of salt works at Warsaw N. Y.; I. forty drowned. Total loss of life from the mUted for : a
:,)). Lieut. John W. Danenhower suicide) aged swindling women in New York
f fLights
II Sl.1: los. meri':$ in October on the great lakes 189.: There 12. E. L Harper sentenced at

>87. MAT. 23. Seventy killed by colliery explosion in New were in all 2S5 disasters on the lakes in Octobertoo years for wrecking the Fidelity National OncuaAti t,t*z

and Shadows, Joys and I' South Wal ,.Twelve) miners burned to death large a list to think of presenting. 13. Louis Liagg: and the tar*
:' 4. George Cabot Ward at New York aged G2. I executed Chica .
by fire in lodging house in Bessemer, Mich. SOVEXBEL archists, buried \:
were finally in
5. Oliver H'-yt. millionaire Stamford. Conn.. Chicago
Sorrows, All Set Down. aged 64. APRIL. | During this month many shipwrecks, both on I

I 0. James Grant, nov.!:>r. r.t Lon'"O, aged C3. t. Burning of Massachusetts state printer's j the sea and on the great lakes were reported. I THE POLITICAL
The loss of life vis considerable, but there were WORLD.
7. Gen. Aaron F. Stevens, at Nashua, N. IL, establishment at Boston. j I II I'
i WIND WAVE AND FLOOD. I aged*. :. Many ancient buildings destroyed by fire at j no single great disasters.
DCCIXBEB 1 Statesmen and Lesser Lights
Gen. Henry F. Clark, at Washin;; oa:: D. C., St. Augustine Fla Pnlllnj the
"t __ I, agedC7. 13. Twenty people drowned in Dieppe, France. 4. Earthquake at Calabria killed twenty per. Wires of the World's GOTennnfDt&,

I 14. Lysander prY.lnt"r. father '.f ct'ap po,tag& 2$. On hundred and fifty drowned by sinking sons. i The political world was rather

1 I Mortal Work of the Elements: aged K>. of steamer Beuton off Formosa. 9. Storms off the Orkneys sink twenty fishing ;' the United States during the year qUiet jUt h

14. Chief Justice \V. B. Woods at Washington MAT. j smack past but as, all good Democrats

During the Year. : aged e.l.N. 4. One hundred and fifty men entombed by !'' Earthquakes are still reported in Mexico. 'i publicans know it was but the calm and He-
12. British .fcner JIf'nritttaabandoned at sea. before
William -
of Sr.Jty mine British
Ei-Governor Virginia"ratX1C U"H. Columbia
!I I a j.-.1 w. 7. Steamer Champagne<:, lost; 40 lives Jo t.- 1*. Instructive cyclone in the Indian territory. ; the storm of political activity that
20. Leary's big timber raft, from Nova Scotia i i if.r must burst upon the devoted
Eunjiuguf Harlem: planing mills SW.: }.\> lost. courtn
23. JIaj. BAn: 1'e rley Poore, at Washington, ; i
New York lust off the New coast. A when the
A NECIIOLOGIGAL RECORD aged CT. 10. Fire at New Lebanon, N. IL; $.0s') loss. II England j presidential campaign of is
.n 'l:. :. Fire in Paterson, N. J., iron works; {r..I))) ; few days Inter it broke up and the logs are now j begins.

L 11. Bishop William B. Steven, at Philadelphia, los*. : floating. on the pea. j\ Across the water matters were direly
)}.Z4. News received of
: shipwrecks.
Y'I I aged :;!. 14. New York hay market, at Thirty-third i many enough. In Germany the year opened
Blizzard all and much |
22-24. degrees
I tburnt".l severe '
A' 17. Mark of Williamjcollege street, bllrIlPA"I.:5tt"m''r Empire State with great turmoil over thi
Hopkins, coresident
Great Who Lied Their passage
; People Last weather reported in the west, especially Kansas. j ct
Bristol R. I. $ll)1)Oai loss.
, age l W. at ; j i the septennate or seven years
25. Christmas first of I army
: d.lth snow any causequence sapph
; ,. Days in ISS7.'I'I 17. Richard Tobin, pioneer and millionaire, at 22. Several passengers' rt"port&1liilt' by collision fell in New York. bill. This was a pet measure of Bis-
brts WiaUs Star steamer Celtic and Britannio. j I
. San Fraii-i.eo, aged 70. i eva : ; marck. The reichstag; would not
Ii :!1. Hon. Freeman C-arke, at Rochester, N. pas it.,
i 14 aged 7 8. Y"I 2.). :.)) burned to death in Theatre Comique THE DARK SIDE. ; Bismarck dissolved th-,; reichstag awn

, t The Political Chess Hoard now the i it 25. Gen. James Speed, at Louisville, aged 73. t fr"'. Paris. reichstag was chosen and the septenaate
., 2''). Fir- ia prf perty of Belt Lin- railroad ofNew Evil Deed of Crooked Humanity Sl was passed. The pope helped BisniarcV
: JtT-Y.
. Players for Stakes of Statesmanship I York. l.v> horses, $aio worth of property 'j: Down In I rlef '; Between Germany and France the taaaj
3. Duncan F. Kenner, at New Orleans, a red174. ,
I':{. Made Their Moves on Two Continent j, 4. Anson P. Mornll, eX- r.wt"rnor of Maine, a: :j destroyed. j' It is indeed a black record that follows. ;1 friction subsisted from the first of Jan .

,. Augusta, Me., aged M. Alfred gunmaker, !' tS. Colliery explosion at Glasgow, Scotland; 7rlives : ary to the last of December. May be then
The Criminal Record-Broken Hanks : Krupp los:.-Chicago Dressed Beef company los The evil minded enjoyed (what a word to i
{I will be but it does
soon war
at LV-n Germany, aged 77. not seem
:. 730,000 by fire in Brooklyn use here) a very carnival of crime duringthe so
? Forged Paper and Betrayed Trusts. ; R Ben HolJiJay, at Portland. Ore., aged C*. : likely now as it did months ago, unless a

.; sporting Affairs-How America Re j 19. R. 31. T. Hunter, ex-Conf..Jf'rlte secretaryof JTNE. j year 1SS7. :| general European war breaks out.
I \j state, at Richmond, Va.. aged 7-. 5. A building; in Berlin injures 300 pei { The most notable of the bank failures!! The perennial eastern question is

tl tamed the America's Cnp-An International j 19. Dorothea: I... Dix, philanthropic at Jersey ions; Ul :;/ kwc=J. of the year was that of the Fidelity nearer settlement than ever, and no

City aged N). ,, 17. Lake steamer Champlain! burned on Lake j Austria
Content National bank of Cincinnati wrecked Russia and Germany
t Ring -Various Per by are
:'9. Augustine Deprtti., at Rome, Italy, azed7G./ :| Michigan; 13 drowned.-$200,00) fire in Newark, 1 furbishing np
j 60nal Notes-Miscellaneous Ilriefs. AVGVST. ,I N J- I II E. L. Harper. Harper placed his faith in j 1 their "weepons" for a' fray about it.

I Iet Michael 21. $3 r,000lIre at Leavenworth, Kan. his ability to corner all the wheat in ex. In France there was less turmoil than
Ii .1. Katkoff, journalist:: at Moscow, Russia
i aged 67. j I! Jt"LT. i istence and proposed to get fabulously ;I usual until it became a matter of con-

PASSED TO THE OTHER SIDE. I Ii 9. Commodore Henry Hastings; at Boston, : 9. 17 people burned to death in theatre fire at !j rich at a stroke. His failure to compass :j mon talk that President Grevy's sou-iu.

Mass., aged 69. Hurley. WI.. j I this object not only carried him down, but law, Daniel Wilson, was mined: npwith

;i People of Prominence Whose Deaths i i 11. John M. Clay son of Henry Clay at Lexington I 16. Metropolitan storage warehouse burned in I took with him many more, some nearly as Gen. Boulanger, Mme. Linou-

;., Were Recorded In the Year 1887. !1 Ky., aged (jot '!' New York; loss. $:: .)),Cs)). t. guilty as himself, but some quite inno zin and some others in the decoration -

: Death was very busy with his sickle I 1 11. John Victor Drurey, historian, at Paris, : 21. 13 Italian laborers killed on the Erie railroad cent. He got his reward before the close. traffic. Boulanger before this had

j aged ;d. i| at Hohokus, N. J. jl been relieved of the command of the
j of the
II'' during 1887, and he found many a shining i i 1 i. Aaron A. Sargent, at San I'rancisco,aged 4<). l ACGCST. .' year. i iBoodlfcdom and had failed to fight Ferry. army
suffered somewhat of a set ; Grevy
mark whereon to exercise his dread- j 17. Rev. David Curry, at New York, aged 79. 8. Great forest fires reported on I
FrancoGerj j and
I'! 10. O. S. Fowler, phrenologfut. I'I back during 1SS7, but its rebuke was not had to resign Sadi-Carnot was electedto
ful skill. Though not fatal I man frontier. '
quite so to
19. Alvan Clark at Cambridge, Mass., aged E 83. :j, nearly so effective in New York as In Chicago the presidency. There was no great
9. Forest fires in Michigan. !
. eminence as the year before it, its earliest i 19. Spencer F. Baird, at Woods Holl, la.?!I., :|j I 11. Burning of steamer City of Montreal. t /for while several public plunderershave f row about it and no bloodshed, and the

; days beheld many great men who were aged CO. :: 11. 1 Skilled and many wounded by excursion i been: summarily placed in durance ::' French republic seems safe so far as internal .

'", not during its latest. The January' 2:1. Admiral Thomas T. Craven, at Charlestown ,1 train on I. P. & W. railroad falling through vile in the western city, and but one dissensions are concerned.

I record includes the names of three gen- )l8SM., aged &). bridge; at Chatsworth, Ills. i escaped McGarrigle; -only two or three (| England's trouble was, as usual with

erals, one of them "Old Probs," one i SErTEMBEa. '' ?J. Fire at Detroit, Mich., destroys 5230,000 ,I are suffer ; in New York, aud the kina Ireland, and now seems to l>e trying to

clergyman-Bishop Potter-two scientists 'I 2. Bishop! William L. Harris at New York, ;j worth of property. I i boodler-Sharp -I*, through a technicality 1 lock up all the patriots of the KmeraM
aged 70. i because like
SEPTEMBER. Isle, they to speak their
I one commodore, one famous ship builder, 7. William Aiken ex-governor of North Carcv .7). One hundred and forty persons burned tb i free perhaps to remain so. minds.
lina, at Flatrock, N. C. aged 81.i The most picturesque crime of the year i
famous ,
one gun inventor, an eminent j death in Theatre Royal Exeter, England. j JASTART-HOME.
statesman and a great advocate. February i lo!. Governor Washington Bartlett, at San FranCisco OCTOBER. j I was the stealing of a great amount of ,! 14. Interstate commerce bill passed by Uu

noted the death of a novelist, a poet, \ Cal, agt"Ot6'tu. 11. Thirty kilted in accident on Baltimore and | cash and bonds by young McNeally a ;! United States senate.

f- tWit generals, a cardinal, a commodore Luke P. Blackburn. ex-governor of Keni Ohio railroad at Kouts, Ind.NOVEMBER.. bank clerk, who was little more than a ; :l>. Treaty between. the United States and the

ft t and the founder of a great beneficent i i tuck, at Louisville, aged 71. babe, at Saco, Me. He fled, but was located Sandwich Islands ratified by the United Staiti
17. Joseph Cilley. oldest ex-United States seua-
few in Canada- !
"! secret order. i tor, at Nottingham, N. II.. aged 9tX 16. Four hundred burned to death la a sh I only a days ago senate.
'VitLlarch near Canton, China.: and now comes the cheerful news that he j 24. The United States congress authorized tb+
passed away a devout sister OCTOBER.
who, as relative of a great political, figure,, I 3. John B. Finch. ::'. One hundred and thirty-two drowned n is to remain free:-as long as he remains president to retaliate against the Canadian g'Jernmt"nt.s v.

f' had an opportunity shortly after the last Mauricv.. Strakoseh, at Paris. I collision between steamer Scholten and aa En I. there, for his offense is not extraditable. j I fishery< policy.

great presidential contest to throw 11. Thomas Manning, ex-minister to Mexico, dish hip in the English channel. The Scholt n Perhaps there will some time be a de- JA.'TARt'-roREIG.
\ at New York, ageil 50. went down. cent extradition treaty between the United 2. Goschen accepted the chancellorship of tie
light on a disputed question, a magazine i 13.: Mrs. Craik ,:", in England. 21. Burning of P. T. Barnurn's: show property States and Canada. But not if defaulters British exchequer.

publisher, a great preacher, an eminent i 2.. FJihu B. Wfcbhburne, at Chicago, aged 71.NOVEMBER. at Bridgeport, Conn.; loss $I\O.( ). and intending defaulters can help it. 10. The English withdrew their troop rE.ypt. !"\n
engineer, a poet and a philanthropist. I :"1. U't-at forest fires reported on tho lower I .
April's days did not pass without taking I Mississippi. One woman was hanged-in New York 11. Bismarck threatened to dissolve the Or
2. Mme. Otto Goldschinidt (Jenny LinJ, at I
, with them two eminent jurists, a woman I DECEMBER. state. man reichstag if the army supply bill for sevci
: London aged 67. 2;>. News received that the big raft towed by itti1J1t j There were many mysterious murders were not passed.
noted for her charity, a comedian of wide years
6. John father American silk industry
Ryle r Miramla from Nova: Scotia tu New York:: ; still not cleared up. Of these the chief ,, 14 German reichstag dissolved.
: reputation, a bishop and a vicar general, *, in England, aged 70.-Lord Wolvertoa, at I".t '
raft found broken few after
; a days
.1'.1'l up was the Rah way, N. J.. murder. 19. F.tri TTfonc at Glcnbefgh. Ireland caused
railroad and London
n magnate an Arctic ex- aged by l."nitt'tatt's:: steamer.' I f :
I The Chica Anarchists much bitterness.
were hanged.
'; plorer. 17. Valentine Bater i pasha\ at Tel-el-Keber, @l. S'A'.OiKJ; ) lost by explosion! in Rochester, N.
31. Churchill attacked ministry
May's deaths included a novelist, a I aged 57. Y.: two killed and many w< un.le L I f JANVART.I : Randolph Tory
brace of generals, the father of cheap I IS. J. J. Bre lin. at Now York, aged &3.rECKMBER. 1. Thomas J. Cluverius hanged in Fachmond ::; in British commons.rzBarARYnoME.: .
f<_r murder of Miss Madison.
postage, a supreme court justice, a political i : WORK OF THE ELEMENTS. i i
; HI. Bell and Hoffman (' St. Louis to i! 4. :President Cleveland signed the interstls
2. Gen W. H. New York
Emory at agel77.
figure and the ;
genial helpful
commerce bilL
Missouri railroad.
wrcckmg'.the Pacific
| i I
4. A. B. Sullivan, at New York aged 00. How IMnuNature Ha.s Punished Too 1 I
journalist of the national capital. 5. Lord Lyons, io England (minister to the 23. Ten thousand dollar train robbery reported I[, 7. Ji''O) authorized by the United Stag
.June saw the death of a bishop, an educator I! Daring ) .\n. in Tex for purp<**es of Coast defen,t.
states during tLcivil war, aged 70.
and two ex-United The lift of disasters that ;a Municipal frauds discovered in 1. Iie'pendent: pension bill vetoed by Presd.nti
a pioneer States I' 9. Rev. I. S. l alioch, iu Washington territory. were solely government
officials of high degree. 12. Mrs. J. J. Astor tt New York. line to the winds and the waves and tho i Cincinnati amounting to $".ctll(). i!I I: C'evelan:
:)i. Cashier Schroe.ler, of Jersey City GermanlaSavings : ; 2i Sherman pave nc..tietc.f: LU imin-n-lic
i\ .July, two prominent southrons, an ex- 14. Gen. Thoiiias Kilby Smith, at New York, I' floods during the year Ib-S is a long and j bank, stole $::30.(1"O.FECRUABT.. resignation of the presidency pro tern i-f th--

governor, a great gunmuker, a philan- aged 60. most appalling one. It would, of course, I i United States senate.
15. Father J hn J. Rior.lan; !
thropist and au eminent statesman. aged 3tlJo'phR. be impossible in the allowed in the !I
I' llodw'll, governor of Maine, at Hallowell, Me., space 1. One hundred thousand dollar defalcation 21. Attempt to pass dependent pension billow
The hot days of August witnessed the t aged CO. present article to mention all, even of the the on j)I the president's veto failed
part of John J. Lisle, discount clerk of Baltimore !
lose of the : 17. Sterling P. Rounds, at Omaha Neb. aged elemental accidents '6. InalLPatM of the
careers of a Russian jour- i 53. important of the year. j First National bank.: -0 Neil, New York ] ;: as president pro ten.

uali>t, a commodore, a great man's son, I 24. Daniel Manning, ex-secretarv of the United But those most important are given such I I II boodle alderman, found guilty of bribery and United States senate.

n French historian, an eminent Methodist, States treasury, at Albany, aged :;G. ,I prominence as can be allowed them. 1 seutenceJJto Sing Sing.-John I>e Leon sentenced :I nBRt"RFOREIG'l.

the father of phrenology, the best tele- I The two most terrible were the Riviera to fift.'en years' imprisonment f.-r abduction. 1:I 17. Parnell defeated in the English commons

scope maker in the world, a great scientist I MAN'S CARELESSNESS. ,' earthquake in France and Italy and the '| 4. Tichborne claimant, Charles Ogden Ferric i:! 21. Election in Germany; the government fr
sentenced to five for the United :I cured a majority and the septennata Ii&Ii.'It"'JI
and an admiral. j Hoods of the bang llo in China. Nothing: t years
States pension bureau. j i ji I a few days later.
,, September called home a bishop, twoexgovernors Fir ex, Xxploftlono, Collision and a Host approaching the former has been recorded
i 13. Capture of Isaac IL Vincent, defaulting MARCH-HOME.
and a governor, and the of Other Accidents.Scarcely jince the terriblo Java earthquakes. The :
treasurer of Alabama !
in Texas.
I 2. United States voted to investigate
oldest surviving! United States senator. leas appalling than the list of latter has not been approached at all in 17. Walter E. Lawson defaulted in $I.l ,).m>. : the Pacific railroo.1: congress

October-The leader of the Prohibtiionists I elemental casualties is that of the accidents modem times. ; ;t James Hunter of James & John Hunter, ,' 24. O. S Strauss: of New York, appoint.

a great musician, a diplomat, a of ll ST, that may be attributed almost JAXTART. :!I Philadelphia, defaulted m JijO.nm.2t. ': United States minister to Turkey.

elist anti a patriot. nO\-1 wholly to the carelessyess of man, the 8. Twenty mn drowned by wreck of ship Elizabeth Janitor Titus, of New Jersey, confessed to 't: SI. Charles S. Fairchild, assistant secretary fiti

XovemlKT's chill days recorded greatest sufferer. The yar that iJ passed off Virginia coast. I killing Tillie Smith, and his death sentence was .| the United States treasury, appointed to &U tJw

pa..'-sin! ;, away of a silver voiced l singer, the I'I will down in history marked with the 14. English steamship Crombrook, with twen- commuted to life 'nt. i| secretaryship of the treasury, vice Maiming r-
father of a great industry in the new go ty-eight men given up for lost. Liverpool bark | Unknown: yi'un, woman murdered at B ohi signed.
shameful record of Chatsworth. Kouts, Craigher given UIr lost with fifteen men. i way.: N. J 'c. .'>'rated Rah way murder mystery MARCH FOREIGN.
world, an English: ) statesman an English -
the Tin and Woodstock .
Bridge acci- 21.: Roxalau.i
u* hanged for the murder of
:t soldier and au Irish patriot.Detfinber FEEn.r.1Ri' 4. First reading of the crimes act ia the Briiisi
II dents. The feature of S her .
wor.-t all husband
these accidents 2. Great "uffering fr->ra snow, ice and flood, : at -.erkimer, N. Y. ; parliament.
q j : -Two generals, a diplomat,a '
wa the dreadful car stove. Without and some: l."f life in the northwest.' APRIL I 5. Hicks-Beach: resigned tLechief secretar7shp

t notorious character, a wealthy society this terrible relic of the primitive in 3. Ti>rn" !o in Obio. Gral Severn. storms I. Chicago t>.">Jlers arraigned; the' trials followed > for Ireland; later Balfour was chosen fur it-

leader who was also charitable woman, railnudiuu in our trains, few if any, of p:13pl over center of the! state ant several were convicted and now scrv- I' place.

; god priest, a great printer, a governor I'I'n the mure horrible featureof these:; acci- 2i.! Four hundred i>' k-Uel by earthquakes in? trw.1M.i1UTi.: .-!l.,, the boss, escaped in July :.'::. Emperor William of Germany cvlrlrawj

and a statesman. dt'nts'uuM have had to l he recorded, and at :Nice France, and along: toe Italian: Ilivier.v2J. and isnowfreein Canada.: j his Wth birthday.

Truly a notable list. it is gratifying to he al.lo to record the Earthquake Chocks in Riviera. Two thousand 11. Warrant issued for many thieving employes .' APRIL-FCREIGX.

,it I JANUARY. I fact that during the past summer many kiLeiLW. of the Pennsylvania railroad at Pitt3hur !' 1. Crimes act passed by the British rarlanPl1t.

, 1. Gen. Albert Gallatin (...nwfl'nc.I1t New York, of the Kt: American railroads: were MARCIL 1 t Sarah M. H-jwe, woman banker left Boston '1 21. Arrest t'ff.. Schnaet-eles. special Fn-acS

I i aged 53.S. busy at the work of experimenting with very Terrible n.XKls in Dakota and n the Missouri with $;>),OiO. commissioner, at Pagny.Stc.ioselle,by Cj nuzL:

a Bishop Horatio Potter, at New York.n;el Rt river.i' KAY. : Schnaebelt-s wa. released gn the 2yth.j .
9. William (sergeant PalUuUue, at London, steam heating of railroad: train anti this < Ijo.., of o'h-'-'nr Maretis .\. Parr and crew.:3o 1. James M. Taggart, paving teller Union! Trustcompa.y. j 27.: William O'Brien denounceddowne's LJrJ 13a'

aped 73. winter cot a few cars are kept warm with TV.M tli..uanl pas.s; snow bound il"w : ThilaJelphi-v, defaulted <!ikk). I policy with Lis, tenants, ant, threatea"ito

19. John R 'ach, at New York! aged C2.It. I steam supplied direct from the boiler of Brun wk-k ar..i Quebtc LIoeScs on Inter- II Standard oil company men con\idt'.i of go to Canada and. agitate the ql.1t'StioJ:1 t:rrv.

Lord IdJesleigh Sir Stafford Nortbeotelat ; locomotive.. lonial Uil AY, Canada: 1 conspiracy in Buff.ilo, N. Y. Landsdownbeing governor general: cf Can311

London, England. aget11. Not lt->< horrible than the railroad accidents Arart. 11.! Four ttnsanIdoJartrainrobberyLaTexas.: : the idea was< that he would yield ratttr than S'J>

I I. Henry B, Stanton, at New York. aged >2.Id i of !"'>?. however, wfre the theatre li: rriirie Sres tn the crest fioo-li ia eastern: -Moriju.s de bnarre t>d on charge of fraud !' mit to O'Brien's appeal to Canada.

Gen. W. 15. Hazen. chief of the I'cited States disasters UIltlmerka may congratulate !and mid.tes;! ia dressed beef business. I j'J MAT-FOREIGN.M .

1 signal service. a: Washington, aged:. herself nut none of the created of these 2:. t.i..t of .\'xp..ri :1el'3 severe JTNZ.SI. William O'kit."n wens w Montreair. tJut'bto-

I i IS. ITofes* r K. I* Youruans, at New York, caltiutines took place on her soil. France storms: sr-> persons lost ia forty pearl fishing Cap t. Jack: Hussey, the Castle Garden lifesaver French cabinet resigned.
i armed 5;. aud Mts. ,"'uri experience torao- dead shot Policeman
t and Kncland were the suiTercrs. The ; by Hahn, afterward l". iVFreycinct failed tu form new cabinet
, r :L (',ro. Charles I). t.nt"at t'wYorka.t-.J)1" Jr)es.Fio-nis! in St. IA'oVrt.1.
t f Sir J, sei>!2 VtiitwortiiGunlnrentorarrd 4. prl)1ll'm-t.f safe theatre building has long 2-.i. r.: x'd ia Ohio va 1 y: several people 22. Craig Tolliver gang: ;: routed in Rowan county. 20. William 0 linen ut.ld at Kingston Va.-

1 ::::. Commodore P. ('. Johnson, at Portsmouth, been known to be an intricate one. but it Jr.wn1i11.1 much property ama,;t.\l. Ky., by the killing of T.>lliver. 23. William o'Brica Civd upon at KlIl?**'

a. 1\. II.. would seem that only a few more such 30. Flo*U in New England. 29. Jacob Sharp convicted of bribery In New Ont.

i tEBRFARC. appalling catastrophes as the burning! of MAY. York. 1 25. M. Rouvier formed new cabinet.

" i 10. Sir*. Henry Wood, novelist,at London, Eng the Opera Comique in Paris anti the 3. Tho west experiences hurricaces.: -Earthquak JTI.T. 2D. Riots in France because Gen. Boulangern"

land, aged C7.IS. Theatre Royal in Exeter would be neededto -.- in Mexisxj; several houses ruined: lotivople 13. Pranzini, French murderer sentenced to been relieved the war i-ortfolw: and sect two
1 J. J. Upchureh, founder of the A. O. U. W. .
II ,
simulate some ingenious architect to [ kill.Foundering ft steamer John Knox death in Paris. l aris.
11 i
at Steelville. Mo., aged 67.
{ I 13. tit n.. liobert B. Potter, at Newport, R I.. I its complete solution.An oil Newfoundland; thirty lives lost. 1 1. Jac.b Sharp sentenced to Sing Sing;: for four JtTfZ-FOREIGN.
aged.... accident of a quite different sort 5. Flood ia Maine sweep away houses; : and years and fnPd'I(). Nov. 20 ho was granted a 17. Gladstonians withdrew: from tte Cathouse

I :1. Gen. James' B. Geddes,at Ames, la., aged S<..l.S. and more terrible in its possibilities, fortunately mills. JOE. new trial by tie New York court of appease lIe of commons
is still Lbtrty.
at 17. William Ireland.
: Benjamin r. Taylor, poet. at Cleveland nut realized in this, case, was thl'eXl''u O'Brien returned to .
). 1a.
" a"l"d ett 63. I of escaped naphtha under four 1' One hun'iced and twenty killed by earthquake ACGtrsT. ;;1 13. Queen Victoria's jubilee began and
shocks in Turkestan.
21 Two several
hundred days.
Vacated 0. Commodore 61ai William Norfolk, miles of the >tr ttj of lochester. N. Y. ; ?'). Severe storms in the Atlantic state Bald Knobbers: at Ozark Mo. Sixteen found Indictments against j jwt |! :3) P.evotutionreported in the s.u.wlcb I.ion:: '

and the pos>i ibihtifS in this Case will cone ; So. The Merriiuac ov.rflowe 1 its banks: owingto : re for murder. Jt"LY-ro&EJG

55. Cardinal ,Ludorico Jacobin, at Rome, aged home to all dwellers in cities: who investigate heavy rains; considerable damage done. (iP': : :XBEI\. 8. Bulgarian throne offered to Prince ftrd;

f MARCH. ; the amount cf intlainmable! material JrL McNeally., bank clerk at Saco Me.,abscondedwith nand ......, J:1I
that is c-.rried: under their: streets aril 6. One hundred persons killed by landslide at S273.5fX) in bond and money. i| IS. Experimental mobilization biil pa ::,

South 4. Motb/r Bend. Ind..\n't"lka)1i Elvi.i Gillespie) at homes tl'i l placeof doing business.JAXCARV. Zu:, SwitztTlard.IA 1. I'ranzini, French murderer, guillotined. 1 French chamber of deputies. Later the motl ration

Sinking of pdt Mystery in Jamaica raj; of the troops was successfully accom
I 5. Coartes: H. Peterson, CnXBa.: b&lL
at Philadelphia aged C$. 'i
lin'.lost. 10.
8. B eher '. ''. hi ,' twenty-sevca !">. Jess Pomeroy, the notorious murderer Queen Victoria approved Irish ( IltcrjV.'ard at Brooklyn, aged 74. \' i I'> 1'3hl'RODk. burned; damagf. boy ,
17. visited 2'J.
and Gen.
Sicily -irthquakes! : the Boulanger, angered by
t 10. James B. Lads at Nac-au. N.1'., aged(7.; 'II $ViTiiree hundred killed in a fire a: of Mount lima.: eruption in attempting: ; to escape from the Massachusettsstate criticisms challenged: the latter to tlIb a, yrlThey

14. Klxn Pillihury.. at Al'ston, Mass., agedfii f i Madras, India.IS. prison blew both eyes out by an explosion. r.I6 der t'
31. Tidal wave struck: steamer Ucibria, doing didn't fi ht.-Dubiin proclaimed
13. William It Travers, at Bermuda aged 68.2S. I Selw.n2er Parallel destroyed by explosion of '' and 11. Engel, Spies, Fischer and Parsons, convicted j 1
three crimes
great damage killing t* > or people. act.
Paul Tulane, philanthropist, at Princeton, guu.t powder at the (Jolden Gate, San Francis" of the murder of Policeman Duggaa, at the .At"Gt'ST-n03lE.

N. J..aired; I -l'=ic at t'pitalflflJ's theatre London; seventeen ArcrST.2l. Hay: market riots in Chicago, May 4, 1866, hanged of the Cst
3X Ex-Governor Thomas P. Revnolds, at St. kille I. Great damage;; done, by heavy;gales: off New- at the Chicago jail: : Ling, one of the convicted j j 5. New York Socialists put out

I. Louis(suicide, aged 05. MAR':!!. FlundJanli.I:.:> o.'rat"t' less of life reported.KZPT7.MBZH. parties,tad previously committed suicide and thesentences Labor party. nom I
19. New York Labor
United party
{ 31. John G. Soxe, poet at Albany, aged 71. 5. OntO hundred anl forty-four kille-J by crttlamp : of Schwab and Fielden had been commuted | Henry George for secretary of state.
I APRIL explosion in Bgiuu.C. 15 (About Tv. lloan- Ho Yellow river) burst to life imprisonment. ;

. II. Bradley at ElRaty- killed by explosion u: Roburitc-; its banks in China cad fioJe Hon.
Joseph Washington L
with murder of 14. Ferdinand the throne
Rev. assumed
St. FAII one, France. of square miles of territory. Many thousands ifr. Haddock was commenced |
Aged&l. killed rillrnat1cdJ drowsed miuioi-s made at Sioux City. He was acquitted. ; Russia protested and has: ever since duo'I
by : homeless
Wolfe New York Tulny-: ve tJ. the were were ,
at Cl.
4. Catharine L. aged
29. Ex-Vice President | but Ferdinand still remains on the throne.
comedian Evansville "tin bridge near: BlSOI'L..s.. myriads perished from Lunger. Harper of Fidelity National I
10. Ja a T. Raymond, at
IS. Ten burned to death at destructive hotel lire 23. Four hundred houses destroyed by hurriCAne bank of Cincinnati on trial for wrecking 2-4. O'Brien arrested.
Jnd., aged t.1.J
in Lu.TaK at BroWI:8VIa.Tex.. Great inX..xico. the bank. U'T'EDU-BOKL'
;!. Bishop Alfred Lee, at Wilmington Del, damage I Itoltirelabor
: 29. Henry V. Leslie and James the
rEBRVAUV. j j A. Wilson, of a New York Socialists form

; aged tit. 5. Foilkilld by train: falling; through briJ.- 8, Severe storms_ on. the Atlantic coast. PnCadeJchla, sentenced for six. and eight years, party.fJ .

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8E1'1'EXBEB-FOBEIOJf. Si. Father McGTynn formally excommunicated road were constructed, many new industrieswere Jersey City, N. J. Settled shortly after.

j. British police fire on league meeting at by orders from Rome. I established and many old ones were ex 20.-Pinkerton's men fired on mob in Jer- .

jfttcbeQstowB, Ireland! killing several people. rare. tended. And while not all who contributeto sey City,killing boy.

OCTOBEB-roRzzoir. 14. Nathan Hall statue unveiled at Hartford the nation's wealth by the labor of the Strikes in Hudson river ice field.

It Boulaager arrested for complicity In the Conn. hand and brain have profited by their work Twenty-five hundred carpet workers S. H. RAY

French decoration scandal This was a nasty 14. Wheat panic In Chicago. as they should, there was a steady improvement strike in New York. ,

p mess implicating M. Wilson son-in-law to Presi- 18. Charges of heresy sustained against Professor i of the condition of the 26.-Strike of 40,000 'longshoremen in New

dent Qrery; ten. Caffarel Mme. Llmouzin, etc., Smytbe, of Andover. The other professor : working classes during the The York.
and was what Grery's ultimate resignation. were acquitted.
19. Veterans of Robert E. Lee camp of Virginia I unemployed and the destitute are to be Lund 27.-Coal handlers joined 'longshoremen in Successor to J. C. Norwood and Co.,
)4 JTOVZXBXIt-H01OS. visiting Grand Army men at Boston left for mostly in the great cities of the earth, and it strike at New York.

8. Election in moat states. The principal vic home. is there that most of the riots of the year 28.-Albert J. Seligman held as hostage by

tories were won In New York by the Democrats JULY. took place. London suffered more than miners at New Helena, M. T., for $75,000 in

and Ohio by the Republicans. Both parties 5. Failure of Hubbard&Palmer, bankers Hart usual. Among the most important: strikes of wages. TITUSVILLE, FLA.

claimed the greater aggregate gains. I ford. Conn., for $600,000. the year was the 'longshoreme's strike, leftover FEB. 2.-Lockout cf 8,000 shoemakers at
NOVEMBER-FOREIGN. I 25. American fishing schooner Annie W. Hodgson -
from IbSti and concluded in February; Worcester, Mass.5.Lockout .
.." 2. O'Brien ordered to wear prison garb by seized by Canadians off Shelburne, and the (he printers' strike in New York, St. Louis of clothing cutters in Phila-
authorities. He refused and being left j Argonaut,seized off Souri's.AUGUST..
and the
Chicago cigarmakers' striko and
; delphia.
t j without his clothfng some days later went without i .
the big coal strike ordered in the middle of ':'.-Tie on Boston: street railroads.
till friend up
clothes a In
his smuggled a suit for j 9. Henry S. Ives resigns the presidency of the
.. him. Cincinnati, Hamilton and Dayton railroad. December. 11.-Handlers' and 'longshoremen's coal

, 19. Alexander of Russia and Bismarck met In j 11. Henry S. Ives & Co. assigned; liabilities Among the most notable events of the year strike ended in Jersey City.

.- Germany, and it was discovered that forged dispatches $15,000,000. was the hanging of the Chicago Anarchists.A 12.-Strike of Boston street car drivers Gen'l Merchandise
attributed to Germany had been shown 23. Canadian sealers seized by United Statea complete list of the dark deeds com Broken.

l the czar, which had led to complications likely to j authorities in the North Pacific. mitted in 1837 would include everything in 10.-Cable car strikers at San Francisco arrested -

.q bring on hostilities. The Princess Clementine, I eEPTEXBER.i the way of crime that the mind of debasedman for placing dynamite under the track.
of Ferdinand now king of
' mother Bulgaria was i 9. International Medical congress met at Washington can conceive or carry into execution, MARCH S.American Federation of Labor
" of being the author of these
suspected dispatches.
D. C.-American schooner seized fishing but only such crimes as from their extraordinary reorganized at Hartford, Conn. STORE. .
,+ DECEMBER-HOME. outside the three mile shore limit by Canadian nature demand recognition in the record 4.-San Francisco cable car strike ends.
d :L Fiftieth session of the United States congress I authorities.
of a :year's doings are here set down. 14.-Beer boycott ended in New York.
,q l convened; Carlisle made peaker.-Unlted Stated 17. Celebration of centennial of adoption of I I
The casualties of 1887 include fire and 20.-100 children mill employes strike at
tE supreme court decided In favor of the Prohibitionibts i United States constitution closed at Philadelphia. ,
I 23. Steamship Alesi reached New York from storm and flood, and that most awful manifestation I Bridgeport, Conn. -

II President Cleveland sent his annual messageto Italy with cholera on board. of natures power, the earthquake, New York clothing cutters leave tho

the United States senate. !i 27. The Grand Army of the Republic held its besides:: those casualties that are solely duo to I Jviiights: of Labor.21.Stoneworkers'. I

1fIt 7. James G. Blaine issued an Interview from I grand encampment at St. Louis, closing on tho the carelessness of man himself. The most : strike at Corning, N. I I'fIIl'O'o to keep
Paris In answer to President Cleveland's mes- 30th. The
Burgess centerboard yacht Volunteer appalling disasters of the year were the Y., ended.
4 sage. defeated the Scotch cutter Thistle, holding theAmerica's of the Italian Riviera b72 workmen
earthquakes and the 80.-: on Equitable building,
;s. a Date of holding Republican nominating convention
fixed Jur 19 at I cup. floods caused in China by the Yellow river New York, struck.
:t Chicago. OCTOBER. A First-Class Stock
I bursting its bounds.Eighteen APRIL :!.Strike of G ) silversmiths in
. DECEtBiR-roREIa: 3. Beginning of International Military encamp
hundred and New York.
I 2. Lord Mayor Sullivan, of Dublin, locked up ment in Chicago, Ills. eighty-seven -
for publishing league meetings; he was released 5. Western Union Telegraph company succeeded no great wars, and the fact that tho MAY 3.-Strike of stone cutters in New

:II shortly afterward but was arrested again.-M.Crevy I in buying up the Baltimore and Ohio, republic of France passed safely through a Jersey. -OFGROCERIES-

I president of the French republic resigned. greatly to Robert Garrett's disgust. crisis that was feared would precipitate tur- ;.-300 masons, bricklayers, etc., locked
1.. Unveiling of statue to Gen. Meade at Fair. moil and bloodshed should be a matter for out: in Orange; N. J.
I 'i 8. M. Sadi-Carnot elected president of the I mount park, Philadelphia. the encouragement; of the hopeful student of 4.-Stri o of 13,000 coko workers near
French republic. "22. Lincoln statue unveiled in Chicago. Pittsburg, Pa.1'J.Lockout.
10. Attempted murder of Jules Ferry by a humanity. Two powerful monarchs celebrated -
i I 23. Lief Ericson statue unveiled iu Boston. of masons and builders in
French crank. important dates in their lives with
4- 1:. French cabinet formed by M. Tirard. NOVEMBER. Chicago.
J.: unveiled In great SUl''essYictoria, queen of England, !'. .-Lockout of shoemakers at Haverhill
statue Louisville
10. BreckenriJge : completed the fiftieth year of her reign and ?ntls.J .

!#' STRIKES-IN 1887. Ky.17. Beginning of conference between British the Emperor William of Germany passed his l'\E Pennsylvania's coke strike ended. ,
14.-Riot in Cleveland between
" Progress of the War Between Labor and and American fish commission. Little or nothing; DOth birthday. tad strikers. negroes
I Tho year closed with tho ever present
J Capital. accomplished. ____u___ AUG. 11.-Engineers' strike on Mexican
DJ!; tUnH. eastern question menacing the peace of
r 1887 was not signalized by such railway failed.
the 1. Unveiling of Garfield statue in Cincinnati, O. Europe with rather deeper mutterings SEPT. 5.-Labor day parade in New York DRY GOODS
strikes i ij
J btupendous as previous year. { 7. Evangelical Alliance conference in Washington than usual! and it is quite within and other cities. ,

j The most important were the cigarraakers'general i D. C. tho hounds: of possibility that tho first IS.Street railroad strike In Cincinnati, O.

, and the printers in New York, I 13. Failure of De Castro & Co., of New York, few months of 1SSS may bring storms of shot OCT. 4.-Knights of Labor began annual
I and St. Louis commission merchants $750OOO assigned.
Chicago : ; meeting in Minneapolis
and shell to busy towns and quiet valleys
1- '' 10. Differences with Courtlaudt Palmer as: to Socialism Workman
JA" CARY. I' that have not seen worse storms than rain DEC. 8.Grand Master NOTIONS
10. Street railroad men struck in Boston. induce Andrew Carnegie to resign from suspended three rebellious assemblies in ,
and wind and snow for years. In America .
1 14. Three thousand five hundred employes of the Nineteenth Century club. New York. Chicago.
j Lorillard's tobacco works in Jersey City struck. 18. Kilrain and Smith fight 106 rounds to a tho year's last days looked upon the busy 20.-Strike of G,'>,OOO coal and freight hand-
j The strike lasted some time. draw In Franco for Richard K. Fox's diamond'belt preparations of politicians and voters for the leis on the Reading railroad. Its force practically

: 11. Striking longshoremen in New York in and the championship of the world. coming: presidential campaign, and 18i>S will broken by the refusal of many men too Jh'l1S' Ladies' & t'liililrens'

dulged in a riot. be u much livelier political twelvemonththan ; out.

:20. Pinkerton men engaged to defend coal PERSONAL DATES. its predecessor.But : .

i breakers at Jersey City fired on the mob, killingone the year's record will speak for itself. PERSONAL INFORMATION.JAN. .
boy. The supposed offenders were locked up, Great People of tho World and What
. but nothing was proven. They Did In 1887. Marriage of Secretary Lamar and IQP3SCLOTHING. R
3 20. Strikes reported in the Hudson river ice JANUARY. SOME MISCELLANEOUS DATES. Mrs. William S. llolt.0.Marchioness .
field. This was soon settled. I of Queensberry asked for
of the Interior Lamar mamed:'tIrs.Willia.m .
M. Forty thousand New York'longshoremen in 5. Secretary FEB. Mechanic's Falls Paper company, iivorce from her husband
New York joined the Jersey City coal handlers' S. Holt. I Mechanic's Falls failed liabilities .
450000. 13. M. the
13. Freedom of the city of London presented to ; -Henry Stanley, explorer, rereived
strike. MARCH Insurrection of Canadian half the of London.
Henry )!. Stanley. the freedom of city
27.New York coal handlers Joined the 'long-
shoremen's fctrike. FEBRUARY.C. breeds in Iloletta county, who protested 21.-:Stanley: started for Egypt.

FEBRUARY. Stanley started for Zanzibar. against paying taxes. FEB. 4.-J. O. Wilcox and John Baker

2. Tight thousand shoemakers locked out at 10. Adelina Pattl frightened by a Han Francisco I 12.: -Failure of Lord & Polk, Wilmington, fought a duel at Raleigh, N. C. Baker :BA.TS:

Worcester, Mass. crank, who tried to kill her with tv dynamite I Dt-1., for ::70,000. !billed.C. ,

5. Clothing cutters locked out In Philadelphia. i bomb. 14.-Smith Bros., New York, morocco .-Stanley started for Zanzibar.

7. Ikteton street railroads again tied up. 14. Daniel Manning, secretary of tics United makers, failed for $375,000. S.-Joseph Pulitzer, of the World, and

11. Jersey City coal strike ended. States health. treasury, resigned because: of failing :24.-Edmuiston &; Waddell Co., Brooklyn, Joseph Howard, correspondent, fought four
12. Boston street railroad strike broken. failed fur
MARCH. fr-JOu.OOO. rounds to a draw.

dynamite 1C. Cable car track strikers; San Francisco place 3. King Humbert of Italy conferred knighthoodon ; APRIL 0.-Statue of Gen. A. S. Johnston '.-Ex-&.cretnry Manning mado presidentof

George M. Pullman of Chicago.; unveiled nt New Orleans. : the new Western National bank.
4. End of San Francisco ("aLI.htrikt'. APRIL. 10.-Sunday laws enforced in Washington, 10.-Alleged attempt to blow up Adelina

8. Organization of American IVJoratkm of 18. Attempted assassination of ox-Marshal Ba- D. C. I Patti with a bomb in San Francisco. ,

Labor, Hartford, Conn. main, of France, at Madrid, Spain. 13.-Columbia college, New York, celebrated 14.-Daniel Manning resigned the secre

:. 11. IJeer boycott In New York ended. 21. Edward F. Bingham appointed chief justiceof its lHth anniversary. taryship of the United States treasury.
20. Strike of 100 children mill employes at the District of Columbia, vice Cartter de 14.-Remains of Abraham and Mrs. Lincoln MARCH 3.-George :M. Pullman knightedby

Bridgeport, Conn.Clothing cutters of New York ceased. removed from secret grave and buriedin King Humbert of Italy. (iont's Fiiriiishins; Hoods,

leave Knights of Labor. MAY. vault of monument at Springfield, Ills. 20.Cornelius Vanderbilt presented Rosa
N. Y. workers' strike endetL of Hawaii received at the
21. Corniiig glass C. Queen Kapiolani
Ut Monument; to John C. Calhoun un Bonheur's painting of tho "Horse Fair" to
30. Striko of 872 workmen on Equitable buildIng White House, Washington, with royal hono '.
in New York. 7. James G. Blaine sailed for Europe. \"eiletlat Charleston, S. C. the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. ALSOCROCKERY
APRIL JULY. MAY 1.-Sunday law enforced in the cityof 28.-Mrs. James Brown Potter made her

21. COO silversmiths struck in New York. 31. Baron de Seilliere, who had escaped froma New York. debut on the stage of the Haymarket theatre
13.: Crown jewels of France sold at auc London.
MAY. French lunatic asylum, arrived in New York. ,
tion. APRIL 18.-Marshal Bazaine stabbed at GLASSWARE
::. 300 masons; and bricklayers locked out at; AUGUST.
10.-Two hundred and fifty million dollars Madrid Spain.21.Edward. ,
Orange N. J. 2S. The duke of Marlborough and Ilev. Joseph ,
struck In J-'ew Parker,of London, arrived in New York. discovered in an East Indian palace, where it F. Binghanvmado chief justice -
York.3. New Jersey stonecutters SEPTEMBER. had long lain hidden. It was the property of D. C., vice Cartter, deceased. .

4. Stonecutters strike in New Jersey.-I3.00H 30. President and Mrs. Cleveland left Washington an Indian prince, and was confiscated by the MAY 0.-Queen Kapiolani, of the Sandwich I HARDWARE

coke workers truck near Pittsburg Pa. on their memorable western and southern I British. Islands who had lxii in America for ,

12. Masons and builders locked out in Chicago. tour. They returned Oct. 22.OCTOBER.. JUNE 14.-Statue to Nathan Hale,the mar II some time, dined at the White House. ;

19. Haverhill shoemakers' lockout ended.JCNE. tyr spy, unveiled at Hartford, Conn.Panicin JUNE ':'.James G. Blaiuo sailed for Eu- .
12. Robert Garrett retired from the presidencyOf i wheat market at Chicago. rope. :

10. Pennsylvania coke workers' strike con 25.the Jay Baltimore Gould sailed and Ohio for Europe.Railroad 'OIIII'41n 18.-Board of visitors sustained charges of I JULY 12.-Quoen Kapiolani sailed for the AND

clude.1. NOVEMBER. I heresy against Professor Egbert C. Smythe, Sandwich Islands.

14. Negroes and strikers riot iu Cleveland 3. Rev. Charles A. Berry, of Wulverliampton, of Andover seminary, and dismissed chargesagainst : 31.-Baron Do Seillieres, escaped from
in Cincinnati.
is. Strike of street railroad England, called to the pastorate of Plymouth I :: other professors. French lunatic asylum, arrived in New

church. !'. .-Robert E. Lee Camp of Virginia vet.crans York. Ship Chandlery Goods.
11. Dr. McCosh announced his impending resig
I who heal been visiting Grand Army Auci. 28.-Duke of Marlborough arrived inNew
!'. Riot U-tween scabs mid strikers at Alton, nation as president of Princeton univ. rsity.
Pa. DECEMBER. I men at B *>tou, left for home. York.-Rev. Joseph Parker, of London, i

11. The strike of engineers M-xiean railway 6. Secretary Lamar made justice of the supreme i JULY _">. American schooner Anne W.Hodgson arrived in New Yerk.

failed. court, Don M. Dickinson jxistiniNt general seized by Canadian cruiser. SEPT. SO.: -President and Mrs. Clevelandleft I -
SEPTEMBER. and W. F. Vilas secretary of the udt'ri4>r. I 0.- & Palmer, bankers, of Hartford Washington on a tour including manyof !

5. I' raleon Labor day in New York and other 20.of Rev.Plymouth Charles church.A. Berry declined the pastopCite I failed in $100,000.25.American the most prominent southern and western

Cities.: : OCTOBER. --- ------ fishing schooner Annie W. cities. I j} will l>c the main features of Ill)'

of Knights of Labor in Min A TWELVEMONTH'S STRIKES I Hodgson seized by Canadians off Shelburne, I OCT. 12.: -Robert Garrett reasmed the presidency
I II and the Argonaut seized off Souris. of the Baltimore and Ohio railroad. I business but orders tent me for anything -
DECEMBER.2T I i AUG. t3.-Canadian sealers seized by I 12.-Robert Garrett resigned the presidency - 1'trikt11 the Reading railroad. I, United States authorities in the North Pacific 1 of the Baltimore and Ohio,) railway. I j kept in any store in Titusrj

iVclarwl oft nest day. The Never Ending Contest Between I ocean. : ?!.-President and Mrs. Cleveland, having

Employers: and Employes.Tho : I .-Henry S. Ives forced to resign the \ complete their western and southern tour, j villenillleprnmptlyfilled.

THE GENERAL RECORD. presidency of the Cincinnati, Hamilton and returned to Washington. I

j Dayton railroad. I 21>.-Jay Gould sailed for Europe. I,
Dales of Terminal Commercial and Miscellaneous Nov. :Plymouth church called Rev.
World of Politics Hrletly Mirrored. 11.-Henry S. Ives & Co. assigned. Liabilities ,
Nature.JAXCAUY. !' >?15.000,000.: i i
What KuropeHii Nations Have Iteeu DoIng i ii
.' Sti'T. 0.- le,ting of International Medical i
8. The Standard. Henry Georges pajx-r. apl -The ('au.e of Irish I.lbert-Tho congress at Washington.-American | ica...Joseph Chamberlain arrived in Amer Will buy Fruits Eggs Chickens

eaml in New York, began a vigorous campaign Extern j on the land for the eople theory: and ilvfcndeJ
three mile shore limit in the Atlantic
Twelve Mouth Criminal Matters. : Princeton university.DEC. .
Father Mctilynn. from St. Stephen'sRoman Celebration of centennial of adoptionof .-Andrew Carnegie resigned from I II
15. Father McGlynn deposed Sporting-l't'rtOlII1I-'llsce Iia ncous.I I
the constitution closed at Philadelphia. the Nineteenth Century club because; of dif ; Or Produce IllCU..tOffiCfoi
Catholic church, in New York, and Rev. any Country ..
Arthur Ikmnelly! install in his place.FKURfARY. I 27.-Grand enca-UVf.tent of the Grand ; ferenees with Cortlanat Palmer. !
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Army began at St Louis, lasting three days. AMERICAN POLITICS. I j jJAN. or friends may bring
I. Nina Yen K.iudt married Anarchist i" The twelvemonth we all agree in number- OCT. :>.Inter .ational military encampment !

Spies, of Chicago, by proxy, August's brother acting ing 1SS7 was ia some resists a singular JHJricxl. began at Lfiicago. P.-First appearance of Henry George'spaper !; to market.

for him. j But ujnm the whole, it averages well i Baltimore and Ohio telegraph system The Stau.lardo'i ',rfu:) attack on the< |
:So Sunday law onf-Tced In New Orleans. i before it. In j sold to the Western Union. ;
with the years went action of the papal authorities in regard t
7. Failure of Dennison Paper company at Me-i
I IS.Statue of Gen. Meade dedicated at
chanics' Falls, N. Y. Liabilities 450.UX). chronologically considering u gi"enear one Fatlur Edward McUlynn 1au'5 of his espousal 1

9. Western National bank of New York, makes :' almost inN.lI.-ill)' turns first to its necrology, j Fainnount park, Philadelphia. of tIle George land theories.JAX. .
:!!.-Statue of Lincoln unveiled at Chicago. 11. Row in New Jersey legislature. Republicans
ex-Secrrtary Manning its president. for out measure the importance of ny'ar share of the -
may *.".'.-Statue of Leif Ericson unveiled at : ejetd by the lwUce.-lOw in Indianalegislature. '' I a-k: for a public patronage
note of the
wvurately by taking
dauntless btu : very Boston. ,, Revolvers dras.n. ]!
Schooner yachts Coronet and : ; and not a
come: a* a supplicant,
figures who have passed from thworM's .
important Nov. ;. Monument to John C. Breckin- :
tba27th ,
pan race across the Atlantic, finishing ou U.-Interstate ('Omm+:-rt.e.1m passed by the ;
,the Coronet winner.-Lord i l'ulk,1Viluiin- stage; during its sway. And it waS ridge unveiled at Louisville. Ky. United States senate. i! dictator, asking; for your favors!

ton. Ivl., fail for 70,000.>. IJ | indeed H gi odly cotupany that passed from 17.-British fish commi"siouers arrived at 15.-Rev. Arthur Donnelly succeed I'ltbtr )IC" i i

J. Failure of Smith Brothers New York Morocco I;: the visible to the invisible during the Washington. The conference that followedwas Glynn as pastor of St. Stephen's: church, New j j! If eourtctustrc'atmentglrcxl
company, for $375.000 i year l'ST. I'oets and statesmen, and secret and little was accomplished. York. !
21. Failure of Edminston-Waddell company ; warriors and seamen, singers and actors, unveiledat is
i DEC. 1.-Statue to J. A. Garfield Parishioners of St. Stephen's meet In Sup. 'I good" and low figures
Brooklyn, for $:n:>.<.W.G. and financiers and eminent eople of all de Cincinnati.
APRIL. |! But the world on well with- port of Father McGlynn. !;' the candidate for
goes very -
grees. Conference of the American Evangelical :
Statue of Gen. Albert Sydney Johnston dedicated 3): .-Treaty with Hawaii ratified by United I
out them, as it will continue to go on long alliance at Washington. i I
I began States senate in executive session. 1
at New Orleans. j
after those who come after them have been 13.-D. De Castro & Co. New York commission l public favor,
10. Sunday laws enforced In Washington, D. C. 21.-Case of Father Mc(;ljnn reviewed by Archbishop j i I
old. succeeded, in turn, by others. merchants assigned $iWOOO.
13. Columbia college New York, 100 years ; Corrigan of New York. then I'melected.
Appropriate celebration was made of the event. Humanity made a good bit of material :
1 Retaliation against Canada's fishery pol .
14. The bodies of President Lincoln and wlfa progress;: during 1&3;. To be sure, no won- THE LABOR MOVEMENT. of the r-v > l.
icy authorized on the part president ;
were removed from secret grave to the menu derful new invention came into general util-

ment vault at Springfield Ills. ity, and no one of the few great scientific JAX. 10.-Street railroad strike in Boston, congress.
unveiled at FEB. Interstate commerce bill signed by tae
20.: John C. Calhoun's monument prizes that mother nature sometimes givesto Mass., inaugurated. '
Charleston S. C. ,, her persevering children was found j 14.-Strike of 3,500 people in Lorillard's tobacco president.-Bills passed by United States senate !I Yours, anxious to please,
MAY. $21,000,000 for coast defenses.
!I I between its extreme days, but there works. I appropriating I
1. New York city authorities enforced the Sun. New 10. United States senate concurred in the Chinese -
I 14.-Riot of striking 'longshoremen, > -
of such mechanical iM
.I was a steady improvement -
day liquor laws. bill. I II M
18. Auction sale of the French crown Jewels. I contrivances as man had already made I York | indemnity 'S. :B:. R.ay.I .

18. Treasure amounting to;$250,00.>.00> discov- 'I himself master of; many miles of new rail- 14.-Strike at Lorillard's tobacco works at i I Continued on sage 6.

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'I. THE FLORIDA STAR. year, the size of the Court House, 1 have been surprised at the unfortunate !: While, much capital has: het'n i I slighted, or "left out in the co}.}: s-

, ---- for the transaction chain !!: oral items about Chrutmas might ;: '
was inadequate : of circumstances: which i invested in different> business '.
PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY.ELLIS I have been noted a* matter?-of
: of business, and gave a contract to we have been obliged to chronicle,',[ house*, the spiritual and education- w.ere nut-may be someone will nt'WlI.jet u fvT!

I B WAGER Editor anl Pntlislier, i;! Mr. Fro cher for an immediate i i following each other in rapid succession :''al: interestof the: town have not m h you some ot them. Thi. !4.n '*
i t I '. cannot let New Year and is
addition, which 1 increased its from the first outbreak of;j; been neglected. The new Presbyterian lot in oblivion.Seldom .e\.-ns ;' '

) Sl.r O per Annum.Entered capacity by onchalf.ho1t the yellow fever at Key West last May, i, Church which has just been : do we have w bri_ht.! .., WUlD
, at lit Ptt Ojfi" at Titturillea* same date Doctor E. ..:. Wiley who j until it subsided at Tampa in De- : completed iof a sizeutlicient; to so balmy a New Year even if it I.,..Ti"
on Sunday, and here even in Ladraif; ?
I Secr nd-Clam. Tatter..t ;I I had noted the necessity of another .i, cember. Those who will continue : suit the needs of the town for sev'eral where we have "dor all night, an-1 sX,

hotel, made terms with Mr. Larkin'' with us in our retrospect, awe i' yearto come, even at theireemit day all the ">':, bright; :Sunday ,, ,
r S make a coJumn.Yoratvertf..lng. for the erection of the Grand View j :sum up our growth of a year canl rate of increase in popula- jt'r"u- >n \\;- }l.t\ \
j I I real( treat in Doctor Bohon s N\-w y.:,!
encJo sing two ratezenquireofthe cent stamp. Editoralways stipulating that the same be ready j :not fail l to be more surprised at our I( tion. st-rmou. t-J.jse. jointed lrututhoughtful /; .

I for occupancy by September 1st. :rapid growth, in spite of such ael- i i The plans are out. and founda-' as he usually preach \.'
7 Cluck little
j p.m. quite a _
THE STAR i iol the OFFICIAL newspaperfor 'Our readers know how faithfully :, verse circumstances. ion laid for an Episcopalian ti'lkand Mimii joun,: ima.: : ..... j sold

Brevard county. 1 i this contract was complied with, I' The assessed: valuation of prop- /f, (Church also, and we understand bled at Deacon Day > rtOIIt"n't'. wL r.

and what liberal patronage this j .
THI's PAPER may f'tUt!1'\1 n1e II.t a ot\ ( nut any iihjt-ctton. united in tnari.i.! :., .
f wtUlng BunoauUOSpruceS.p. P.nwcll...whore O"i adsrrt eW'pa+alal r hotel has:; received since its com-1'I 'doubled in the past twelve month concluded to have the work of ieo.i B. (;lanlntr. The y tun:: ,. -41sto ,

;:. c&atracu. may be made for It Vi YEN TOKK. : plction. During the same month I and this has been due almost: entirely building began at once. [;! :Hl al 'ne. "ealtn and M-rt-n.-, :,j ;:
--- I !In.kea., if they were fated t-r i-h
t The Star ha the Largest circulation the United States Signal Servicewas to the improvements made I During the month of September I other, a* the rave minister rt-iu't!1'I".i;i. .1

of any paper on the Eat coat of"'a.Olrn established at thi'Hoint., and I!; in the way of building, etc., for the a few of our citizen held a meet- them i of the solemnity .,f lh- "inv .'

j. during theummer following the I assessment of vacant lots has been I i ( Your own city wa rc.'I'rlOl'III'i
im for the purpose of considering i three; of its "first: families.:' ) I'j-on th-
PROGRESS DfRIXGTHi: 1 temperature of Titusville given increased only in rare instancei!' i tOur feasibility of raising money to cunc lusinn of the eereinnnx the ;:r< rtiui.

PAST YEAR.Chronicles to the country for comparison: with built-up portion of town has I ]build a public "l'hooLrl1ile., a* is !i iI and ;:ood wishes followed .-poijtaneniiand ,!-

r : that of northern cities, and while extended its territory in di- I who then" we were invited to ".,s fin4spread
every the few of those
alway- case a in '
of 1' S7. a supper a.- even THU(;.,
New 1 Washington: and Baltimore rection. This i is especially true of! were present, were of the opinion ; could :tret up. as I think (Ira}. K,or: ,
With this issue of the STAR we I
and Norwood (W. S. will all
fanned thcnselvewith: thej that portion north of the railroad that the funds could not be raised : ) adm.
salute our readers for the first time \ : tat Not to be omitted is the fact that'luua : \ !
j mercury at 103 degrees: Titusville::;? and particularly beyond the city the time, and that the undertaking j numfer of beautiful and Useful prestnt.indicated .
in the of our Lord 18SS. and *
year | maximum for the summer, if we limit. Little over a year ago when should be postponed: until amore }' the estimation in which tt:.
wish for all our patrons, subscribers -! bride is held.
recollect rightly, was 98 degrees, our incorporators fixed the northern time few
as well as advertisers, that it propitious a energetic 'j Now Brother Sr.tit. a happ\.apr> ,
and that figure for only one day. boundary of the city and cut spirits, however, took hold \I porous New Year: so you and the Riga
for them abund-
have in store
may During the month of April the from the river westward throughthe and aroused such an interest in the I i that ere long there may appear in j.ur
ant prosperity, and that their new- "constellation"another STAR totw.nki.; '
made resolutions and plans for the construction of many dwellings and virgin hammock, they would scheme, that a contract was concluded with you. a bright: star to twinkle
several and byflayday have scouted the idea if it had
I stores was begun, with Mr. Decker and
on "
future not 'gang aft aglee: as I i "Like a dUtuonJ iu t:'e ky.
all doubts were dissolved, been broached, that before the advent Christmas Eve our citizens met in
the Scotch poet has told us they REPOKTEK
and the future of Titusville of ,January 1888 I
d are likely, too. But that when the was our city our cosy, new school house to pay -
unquestioned. would overflow its border and find their
k circle rolls again, and "EightyEight" respects to "Santa Claus"and: | CARDS.
' be During the latter part of May some or our finest residences and admire the interior of what was pro- ,--, .

J expires as ,one may that it has long been remembered the report of yellow fever at Key one of the most thickly settled nounced by all to be one of the L.A.. GINGRAS,

West cast a gloom over the entire neighborhoods: beyond the city "best school buildings in the
specially free of disaster,and famousfor
. State and strict quarantine being limits. We refer -to that lovely State.'' ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.
the ''Florid-
all that is dear to
, ian heart and particularly for its very wisely maintained during the :settlement; where the homes of One or two fires during the veer, I Rock Ledge, Flon-Li,
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months of June and July, travel (l'O.Y'. )[Mackenzie. P. Turner, which of
luckily slight
r were a
heavy of and land A. MrCRORY,
crop oranges J
came to almost a standstill: and A. F. S. Williams, Esq., \\". S.Xorwood character, reminded us of the necessity _
, buyers.
business suffered greatly in consequence Mrs.: Walker and others of fire protection, and this ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
While the most important duty I
in Titusville, though less, have sprung into exi-tence.: where much-needed organization was Miami, Dade County, Florida\.
{ of the STAU for the coming I 1 1I
t: year
t perhaps, than at any other pointin the deer and hunter were wont to created in time to date its birth in Taxes for nUfl.rt: itlents paid. Titl->
will be to its ray well in the I
South Florida. meet not many months ago. x. 1 examined and Abstracts furni-hed. Living
t van of progress, endeavoring toI i. I jut completed an Ab-tract of the
During the month of August the Going to the other extreme end \\" I
(, warn our community of what e have ]had neither time nor j ]Records of Dade County.T .
may question of prohibition ab-orbed of town we find ourselves standingon I .
the --- -- -- -- -- --
I 5eem likely, in. our humble) I space to particularize as to j.

f opinion, to retard or clog our progress the attention of our citizens, and that portion of Titusville. known many improvements that have \ }* L. GAULDEN,
the apathetic condition of buinessproduced : as "U'nldI"odtlition, : ." the west'ern -I
L i i:1:0' been made. or statistical
and to warmly advocate all j prepare a ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.
result of fret r'' f which include what i is (
a yellow part : of the mention
that report same, or even |
measures we conscientiously
Titu-ville, Florida;
was not improved thereby. II popularly called "Ethiope. ,
1\\ believe to be of public benefit, and j by name the owners of the many j - -- -- -

{,'.. calculated to hasten our growth and On the JGth of August; the murder One year ago not a single building;! fine rt.oillc.'J"t.othat: have been com- JO NUS & WILLIAMS,

*!' of one of our best citizens horrified : -tood upon thi body of land savethe pitted notably those of Captain :
Yet the j
promote prosperity. -
Arcsemt the community, and the old cabin of the original homestead Paddison: Geo.; F. En.-ey. Mrs. Ti- .\thu'ucatLa! .
moment the most fit to
seems Tintrille.GEO. F....ri.u,
spirit of lawlessness: : which prevailed : occupant while at this:* I tu-. F. G. lluckabay. DoC'tur"il-
our last tribute to the old
pay year -- ---'-- -
for several days! succeeding this writing over twenty neat, tatefulreidence I
Geo. \\ Mackenzie and
I' and before it is huried away in the son many M. HnBBI( =-",
I act, plunged our tuwn in such an : are scattered over the others. We have noted few of
I dead past, to cast our beams once I
unsettled condition that our merchants tract. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
backward and focus for important improvementsmade
our light a
had little to do, and hu i- The home of A. A. Stewart, our
f moment on its pathway. Noting during the past:; year, and 1 TiTt vu.LK, FLA.JTT .
'" neo was \'irtuallyupctltlt.'d for a 1 1 i'time. County' Clerk just completed a few feel that the showing will bear __ H __ ___ _
the feeling that such comj j j
; progress, a retrospect -
veeksatru iin this
I : : addition andis F. ATKINsON
I will be useful, when we parion: with other points in the' i! < .

i !i attempt to forecast the outcome off The spirit of law and order, however quite a pretentious residence State, and doubt if any of our sister : -'
commanding a fine view of the JUSTICE OF THE PEACEFor
[ the and that soon asserted: itself. After a towns can equal it.
new year, we
may river. F
the Second Justice Di-trict of ri-
f profit by the experience of the brief :struggle I with the opposite: To the west of town the additionof Our progress having been so :sat1'isfactory | yard county ; Court days, third )Month
element, it wa.: decided that Titus I of
each month.
:I ; past. Messrs.: Bobbins & Graham; Ira during the past year, in I j'
< ville for the future would tolerate -- -
.,. Eighteen hundred and eighty-' not been added to the town, every lot spite of the mas: of unhappy event I
eight found Titusville in the midstof rowdyism, nor Duller its lawsto sold during the past year and aI that have occurred to retard our ,1 Q.
, prosperity: unknown in its he "set at naught.; : number of fine houses are scattered 1 L I ::rotctlm 1 we cannot refrain from
After this for few weeks I'I Justice of the Peace and Surveyor,
: a I
former hi-tory. The infant, with everything along Main :,street which hay been{ !! progress
J wore a cheering} Yellow 1- I Can furnish the hijrli>t -tiiuonial* timSurvtvoilientTul
of rail connection ; aspect. 's'. and the with .
'I t only one year extended directly through this: ad we enter new year I II of Dakota\* toi-owjn t'l-

; and nourishment, boasted of a .lack} ]had t"'ntireluh, -ieled dition. In the old portion of town 1 1imprunuH'nb I full confidence that it will be one I a-of*public" V.lin S.l-DKI'lTY. Terms fur srUVKYOU Ht-M:wi,ik. phttti'! -
\' at K..yrl't., and the prohibition l anti all land calculation-;. lid> ,T .1: .'
hundred of the in-r
Ii 1 new building: a* a resultof have kept with most: prosperous in our his-
i j and oI.
i pace part ot a iUy expni ''i pai
\ I the past year's growth! and in questionettled in September by an the outlying sections :e'eralCOf* ,: tory. Titiisville has won, and \\\\\ .tL"U.. FLULIit.t._

,'") 'I i I the same time the increase in valueof 'I overwhelming; majority in favor ofa 'I holds it* -
I(>I of dwellings; and a number of buM-j: | : : reputation as a point. I |rn JOHNSON CC )l'K=-Hl"fT.

il 1 taxable property wa something} 1 dry county.In lies:* hoiiMhave been added tlur- 'I whose: geographical: position at the t -

Iti ': over'200 per ('ent.Vhule many of the early part of Vtober the ing the p:>-t year. ')[r. Humph ha.J!1 head of a noble river is:; sutlicieiu !! Justice of the Peace,

, ''i i our business men had full confidence Indian Diver: Bank opened it* doorsto I doubled the capacity ot his stores.during j i'. warrant for her permanent pro )er-I j And Notary Public.Stite-at-l:; .:"-. t '..u"

'::1# 'j that 1 the I tide of prosperity J had what proved to 1 n' a payinir: bus I!; the past summer, and by i 11h'! The fertile Indian ]River 'day 1-tSatunlay of month. La fr;;,,;;". Ft.:

t: i set in to stay, there were many ins: from the >tart. and all branchesof carrying an immense stock o f'country!'; with its wealth of agricul-: :I: B.
'i' : who felt that then1 wa danger; of a : trade l egaii; to show a decidedimprovement. : :rood:* is: enabled to much !' total and other adyantagcguar: : : R. ,

I j collapse: and feared that real estate': I of the trade from down rive I antees her continual growth and l!; COUNTY SURVEYORrders -

{ was quoted at prices unwarrantably i ir About the middle of the month |N>ints. which formerly went to :I I :steadily. incroains': commercial. iluportart !i ( ) h\ mail will receive apr,'ti':

r high. The first few month of ">>7 the outbreak of Yellow f'n'r'a, f fI | .Jacksonville. Out along! the railroad '(.. It only remain.tor our j attention a* call in person.

t ; were rather inactive, rumors of the ;I announced at Tduij, and everything i wharf _\. M. Hamilton tv. Co., ; municipal officers to carefully can j Address: Georgian:]. F.t-:

t f' extension of our railroad :-outh-I I i became at ones depressed !!' anti alo, (;t..". W. cobie.have put icider!' all measures for the govern- !| PRICE, 1[. i>.. 11. 1'. -,

;11 ) ward, and the statement in positive i- again in consequence and remainj j j: up substantialturehoue- fori j incnt of our town, and cnd'avor to i j jj ED)1.

!:'b language that a road from ( )rI 'i cd in that shaite.: until about Deei ': carrying on their fish buine and j : IK' neither too hasty in forcing un- ':i Physician & Surgeon

Lindo would be immediately constructed I l"1ll1ft.'r ht."h'l1 the quarantine1 i' at present the Indian River Canning i' necessary improvements nor too'

I to Koekledge, via Ilardeerifle I! wa: raised, and the tide of travel i'| Company are putting th slow in ;carrying out those; that are : ::athington and Surgeon Arenne, Tltun.l1 ieuti-t.11*

t: put a break tor the time on : began 1 once more. During the la-t I| finishing touches to a large <-, 'M 1 known to be -edful, or show no 'HjpoMtif Titus House.OiSce '

: ;j investments in Titiisville property, : month of the (ll.t1.1.1r. buines'picked -. ', storage warehou-e, to he u-"d in i j hesitancy in the enforcement of|i' r"Ut'I.u comics boars in from, 9 till a Jt tlwtiiiif, 2 till >.h.! I.; I ::...'

f and building fell oil. The above ; up remarkably.and we rindourselves ; :the same indu-trv.: : law and order without regard; to ;i! make appoiiitiaett by letter.t .
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j. statements however failing to lefounded : once more" in the mid-t: This source of wealth tn our see- i i! whom the indi\"illunl1na be, wet > I' Gl\Y.
i SF.
t on fact, and the of Heal i: i ition. is of 'riminall i
arguments prosiKToutimes.: e-tate which a year ago was very i, guilty disorderly: or ( j -

t advanced by the T"\U. that sales :hothat while purchaihIaVE : i; in-igniticant. but ha- develop to, ;j conduct. With these remark: we! '' Watch Maker and Jeweller.

. r r even though the railroad talk not l teen very nuiiierou.:*. such importance. f it i is etimat'lithat \1! will close. hoping that when we are ;:; ALLVOKK WAKKAXTEl, .

r should be put into eflect. that the tho-e properties tha't have been'; over :tO.Oc 0 worth of fi-h : called upon t>> wish our readers a L '! Shop at John M. Ifixon's Drns_Store T tn I viHs_. _1s

rapid development of the county sold have brought: an advance over ; and oysters will be :shipped from I happy new year again we may be :; T. IIDDIN,

in general, that would result from last year's l'ril't.of: at least ;its percent this point during the current year. i able tojteak of water work. and a i ii E.

their construction could not fail to on the average, and in *ome'caes .\rran1'mentha"l' been con-i I, sv.-tem of :street lighting as among'I!'!i CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER.

he a benefit to the county-seat, had : 100 per cent. and even m..1re. : eluded for the erection of an ice our recent improvements at that h j

the effect of restoring confidence, antI during the past telidavs much ,: factory capable of manufacturing ,!! d ate. I I Titn villr, I'la.,

I e and with the advent of April agenuine activity has been shown in this ten tons per day. This will giveI i i Is now prepared to attenJ to work in itriiline thl-
I boom began. During thisI important branch of trade.Those \ctr, Your at LaGrange.; and furnish matt-rials. *>situates l* j I cheap ice, which i is of the great I when !'>o desired an l the erection of 51 .
I month the County Commissioners who have accompanied us est necessity to insure the success Ii, DEAU STAR :Since "Chatterbox" I and dwellings s oliciteil.Will 4
: '
foujid that the growth of Brevard on our hasty tour of inspection 1 I I and further development of the I has ceased chattering the news from LafJraaze also furnish town lots With hones ntt torn-111plete.
we'PCin' to be overlooked .
at reasonable rates.
I I ne;;- JlOl1riSdanll tull
had been so rapid during the past along the pathway of '.S7. must I fish industry! 11 l<';te'1. oIu tteJ. passed by, forgetter: any particulars style 10 furnished nit purchasers.upon appication't' .


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jut eJ1 II. C. Slarck, Proprietor.Manufacturer and ,

oar.ilt. of fine Havana and Domestic Dealer in .
Trade supplied with fine ;
b Orders filled. General Produce '
band madegoods. promptly GEORGIA PINE LUMBER ,

Factory at Malabar, Fla. 28 :
let i ie sir Budded Trees For Sale Melbourne Of all kinds Dressed and Undressed.

;, Florida. .. !

lJi.d At Low Prices. Shingles Ceiling Lath Mouldings Lime Brick Etc. Etc. t;
I 60,000 Nursery.

arIe Apply to '\T. H. SHARPE,

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Washington Avenue near.the Railroad. Large Orders Filled with Dispatch. Yard and Office near J. T. iV K. \\'. Railway Depot. .

T.AE""VrS -- -- -- -- ----
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MRS. V. GAILER.Froh ... 1
hIe reh DELMONIGO HOTEL Bread made daily; alo Pius ::E3UC: -yBUJDGE '

t and 9
Ied II.b Cakcttifallkiiul*. Cakefur ... \
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II.d Ieh b COAOA, INDIAN In\'En. FLA. special occasions furnished A

Newly FurDi bed Rooms, Cool Table. at short notice. II
d I GIVE HER A CALL. Stoves Hardware Crockery Sash Doors Blinds : ?

11 Terms 82 per Day.Special -
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,e rates by the week or month.
I ,
, WM. JARVIS, Proper.The Agents for the Laflin and Rand Powder Co.

I Nearest House to Steamboat Landing. Boots & ShoesMADE Orange Rifle Powder 251b.; kegs, {5; 12 keg. J..T': !>: 1-llb kegs $i.aO. Creednioor Ii l-21b legs, $1.50. Oraii r iMuVmn. f; 1-U1#. ;,). 1.1II I t..l "nl. ,I.' t
1 e boiled, C5c ; raw, COc gal. Kero.ene,150 test. 20*. gal White Lead m U t-2lb.. Jilb; and 5<"Ib. kegs l4e, pt1 ib :'lb Piti-hf limn. r- -,' :

e Security Mutual Benefit TO ORDER. TITTJSVILLl FLO RID A.
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TIT UST 'ILLS, FLA. 11 : I.t I.

1 In leather or rubber goods.I ATFORCED '

1r :
NEW YORK. have stock FINE SHOES selected > r
J a of SALE. New and Fashionable
to meet the wants of the
No. 233 Broadway, N. Y. Indian River Trade. :

LIFE INSURANCE AT ACTUAL COST. Shop on :Main street, next to "The Fair." 3Gi acres of high dry laud beautifully C LOTa: : Ia- 'It 1 l '. .

TITUSVILLE, FLA. situated ou Indian River. Gives at leasta

SEND FOR CIRCULARS. quarter mile river front. Will be sold -0- t
at least oO per cent. less than any land Neckwear, 'i.; .
THE SLOOP AGNES of like nature on the river. Wo are Shirts

I Opened for the Season. ordered to sell, and sell we must. .
commanded by Underwear s r'
figfA man who is interested in his own Address or call on t. 1" .'
CAPTAIN JOHN McLEAN, Umbrellas i" ,
welfare will be pleased to know that ;
Makes regular trips on Indian River. G'lms. D. Sweet, Rubber Coats r A .
Over Coats

Keeps the finest oysters to be found in GroceriesDry Goods Indian River Real Estate Agency, Oil Suits., r". '

Titus*'file, Canned Goods!' TITUS> ILLE. FLA. 05 Latest in Hats. \,
Hats Boots and Shoes

Ladies' Shoes in great variety ; Prints all WM. H. SHARPE, A FULL ASSORTMENT OF BOOTS, SHOES, TRUNKS AND VALHIX l :I ..
at low prices. 4 r
Plain and Fancy Cake made to order. new patterns PRICES WAY DOWN.

7>aZrr' Bread always on hand. Ready-made Clottinz! Toilet Articles REAL ESTATE AGENTFOR -0- j.t",

Also a first-class Barber shop attached. XOT10SS. I

Parties Meals ilvsirng at nil hours to leave; from on 5 u.morning in. to 11 p.mail in. g For the cash ()lIlr. J ][RlT:JBA U1\ :, ; '.r;;J 3

Ixuts and hacks, will incase note this.---, -- -- _Match___15,4GCm._________ _h_ _________ ___ CITY POINT.Lands Second Door East of Indian River Bank. TITUSYILLE, FLORIDA. I .t
sold on long time with interest, or

PIONEER COOPERAGESyrup EYE GLASSES on the lease system, or for ca h.. Oranges, demons ami Limes raised on Siteli; pine land. t '. :

Barrels $2.25. and Crystalized Lenses. Lands cleared and planted, and cared for Guava*, Pomegranate, Olives, Persimmonsicoauut*, IVatlaIMS;*.,, .

if desired ; by contract or otherwise. Sapodillas, Plums, Almond-, (trapes. 4. .
Gauged to order, ten cents extra.

Wheelwrighting and Repairing. IAWKE: Refer to E. M. Breeze, Detroit, Mich.; INDIAN RIVER NURSERIES.I I ;

Jno. C. Norwood Titusville Fla. 15. W.
C. (). B.Honey and J. Stms/Tazewell Court Hou e, Va.; Roses, Poincianas, hibiscus, AllamandaC'atalpas, 15ouardiaJesainim"! *,1 hI.VDIl.V '
TM' Eucalyptus, Euphorbias.
barrels: and Oval Water Breakers fi,t and A. Becker, Montreal, Canada, for I
from S.OO up. whom I have made groves. CASH.

Tanksand __- _-_ _-- __ _:: _--_ -- -------- JOHN U. BEACH, Indian Rhcr Nurseries East: 3Ie1l) ) iirius Fla. i I ,_I'I'I

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all kinds ot (\KUT.U WOKK to order '
O S. I'ORTER.GEn.. w WITH; r f
'1'. JOHNSON, PATENT. RIVCKReal ; !'.. SU rvt')..r. r *

LaG rlII'C:' : : Florida. LOTS FOR SALE in the New Townof I 1

_ ___ h __ ---__- --- itself They, and are for as softut transparent*** ot endurance amt colorless to the as eye light cannot Lake Worth fronting on the watersof Estate Agency. '
be excelled, enabling the wearer to read for the lake of tht name so well knownfor PORTER & POTTER

ROCK LEDGE hours without titigue. In fact they are its mild climate, tropical scenery and Titusville Florida. ; ,

PERFECT SIGHT PRIER VERS. splendid hunting and fishing. I
The have at last yielded .
Testimonials from tie leading phjsicians m the undersigned
Indian River, Florida, Uiiited States, governors, senators stockmen, nun to the pressure and consented to throwopen SEND FOR DESCRIPTIVE ; Real Estate Dealers
of note in all professions and trades, who have hail their land to settleis. To do thiswe i
Chas.' I) Sweet, 31annger.
their sight improved l> their use
have divided our lauds into lots convenient iI
All eyes fitted and a tit Guaranteed by ---I
lots, winter homes
Winter Homes etc for business

S. F. GRAY, Titusville, Florida.These villas* or groves, and will sell at pricesto Geo. E. Chase ; Lake Wortli, Dade Co., IMa.Will g
glares are not supplied to peddlers at any suit purchasers of the most limited ,

Building Lots centrally locatedin price means. .
-- ---- The above lands situated near the t.A
are : Buy and Improve Land Cur I\utin i

Rock Ledqe, Passenger Department. Inlet, on a be.iutifully-rling plain on Ship Chandler
the west shore of the fatuous Lake at a Distance. t ;;

With or without Orange Tree Fourandflve Worth, commanding a superb view of .t ..rd'
minutes' wulk from Stores Pos Office DeBARY & PEOPLE'S LINESTEA14ER.S. the lake for miles of the Inlet. and ofpassi11g I
and lIoh'ls.Iso other lamls. vessels on the Atlantic. Boat and.e'O!' < le Supplier, all kinds'
Call on or address the owner,
The land is high and dry and repays Patent AncliurChains, Blocks, :
Lake Worth Dade l'o. HA., the mot tr ..
u >pu.
cultivation ban abundant yield ot Canvass" tialuiiii'diru
s. RYI>IK, nock Ledge, : part of the M te. Located on the Atlantic Cta t,
most varieties of tropical fruits and Rope>> s all !'i/i"', Tf ut >, south of Jupiter Inlet 20 miles, Jup.ter trial OH r'
AGENT.Importaut vegetables grown this section. Pine Spruce Ladders, south end of Indian IIi>er. Lake Wurth bed feral- .
-- al', 1-S saP-, %. ; lei with the beach, i4:5 mile .. r
line Coppei Taints, ;;:: qt ocean loiii a.r-x: J
apples etc. are now yielding
crops Spar Varnish, :;;::ul'oo: 1-2 ;;:al'-, on this land without lertili/iug. kind anti is nowhere over 3 3 of a mile from tile tM"an
Leads all ,
and ,
Oils :
Now is the time to select choice lots. I The fl.hmj!eaurut be excellot and our hnntmtf the
to All F.: W DEYOE t O'* KE\DY :MIXED PAINTS beet fur all kind-, ot"f.lll.f': -voin.i beautiful tiHiaQUt -
Call and
upon us see plat.
In fact aeythinc tor Building or Sailing boats.Ilaa't.s Ior..t'oIlIJ bearing outhe Ute; iuaugues. hJ'pa-
For prices :description apply to dilloeji, alligator i.fcarN nujiur 1'1'1t:1I.: "1i4'"'' paa-
lOCk 90 East Bay St., I ishlini'S. .I
Citylt' J advsoiiville, Emaiinel E. Heyser or Allen E. Heyser, J.\(..IiSOII..L C. FL.\. alninid gooseberry.dates trees,: 11:,:uidiniuee". bananas ajples, JiIt'aJ'JJ., ludiuuiev'e. prang: Kiwt s.. t
VviTAIN 11'.1. MIV\\ Lake Worth, Flu. lime lemons, citrons: and all tro;>ual hints lWfluurs. '
The most important crop in South l --- -- ----- This i" the uioKta>sterii part <>t Florida. '
Jackk Saturday. I the gulf stream bfiiif rearer tit the Land thau at ;
"II\'illl'l'xl'l'l't B.
Dash tumi j Geo. Rumph. .
Florida is the Orange:: crop, and every i iI any other part of thrcoact. which -' mgr Wf'.''t leven t
tfinji ratiire of any part ot thr :Stat Ii. HiIloti
endeavor good I! A FULL: L1\T I: OF .li and i-tore Lulu of all sizes uml. |,IR."- s.cured *-
ono should to secure a :IT. .]& IMaiit, TITUSVILLEFURNITURE
: IIv the a1l0tirm who have must all of tb* 1 I{
in GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS. best laud to tell Parties but Sag now will no dour t
variety of oraujre planting a grove.To I'APT. I. C. HALL, I' in a short time more tban double the purchase no t
ueh fruit have from Sanford Minday. i tie}. \\'e have lord ut ail liars, from five to out-hundred
do this and ?get aes Daily except ,
i acre all fronting on Lake Worth. I"rHfr 'uf t
State I :,0 to $:DAs per acre ::ons" lautitnl h.Jtd.i..1I1 4
taken premiums many ot our STORE.A. v> improved property, cuttaijeoti\ Tho. foOowiB t' ,
ON ST. JOHN'S RIVER. I \ i are a tew of our U-t- barudini.
Fair and the NeW Orleans Kpivsitioii II
? at I i No.. 1.-&3.'J4 acres. weft it Lake Wwth. t }

buy jour trees from C n Ma- S'h'dnlt'.Jlu. 2'l. ISM'. ; t .. 3.231.':;-*>>.34: '". ou., scat.. shore.. of.. Lake". Worth..

I 4.-:-7 with aboat 7U rods fnr.t 1
grader Jc Son liocUedjre: Fla -'Ott' w.C t tl. L'Sl.t ';". OKTH i l; ae on 'Hlt shore of Lake Wcrtb # 40 ,
\rri\e. ..
Lf'an" C31acres with 1.& '
; 5.- Mule Croat ou ) I
;%' -OI'IU Jack'onv llle G:30am: ITrosolier !shore.S.:31.2.
----- Leave.OAb .
--- : ;
---- rocoi ,
7 00
l'In. acres on weal above ;
PaUttaKolleston 1.: ;; 0 a w ., '. ..
p m I 9.-15 ta NA1T11 A N'S v:.0 p MI 11'40 p m W-'t$.n '. west .
10:10 PROPRIETOR. ., .. .
11 W Welaka p '
: P ru 1 I 11.-19 et 19 .i1t' r. i-
9 1 .. .. .. .. 1
AGENCY 12:00 ia U t Georgetown IX Hi "
2:-s am. VolUfeia 7;15 p m 1 oo 1:?.-M .. .. .. .,
7 10 m t .. ,
'1.0 a m Astor p 14. :0 Writ "
started on -
thl1'.1"l'ar Thii t\oulllrngl1 ith largely having increased Mib!'criiv 1:4s; .. m X'I.and Landing o.Oti p ui I I .. 13.-t tots of 5 am arb with 1ft I'f'). '" .
\\ u Tl
4 15
lion lUt, offcis the tollo\\ing inducement to 5:;30 aiuArrive, Clue spring : p m I age each on west ttwre cf the tale. 'J'.I' -

its patrons: I H 00 a in s T I:. It. 2:15 p m I are bargain& with n-t she rIT m
Parlor Suites 16.-:! acres uw oottasce oa
THE FLORIDA sTAKnml 5:3.' a m sauford.('tt1 U hai"t 145pm t / .. .-5 '. ., trndern t.'tIta.ce 01 ? nx 4s
.\tntrit'anh"ril'ulturbt fur$:!.73l'ab.price$3 V:30 a m Enterprise 1:00) p m j : on eai*'Lore.. I
Hann-r's Monthly for 5.00; 5..V ('O Sh'T10S-\t bent with St John Railroad; '. i FINE .' H.-2": acres "u '..*t oK'tri.
.. .,
1'eterson'i. Magazine for 3.X; S.5i at l".iliitaitb Florida Southern Itailv aj;at Roller OZi ly.-2) 1Ie-.t r
\.Wvekly\Voild for !.::3; ; :.:O ton with M. J Lll'S and Halifax River Railroad, : '' Bed Room Suites i &t) .. .0.-19 a. ,,.. ea''t .... {
TilEXX.II WKEKI.Y: NE\V and at.htr with M Johns and Late EusU3lalway; I, .". 21.-15 nest
N. Y. St'mi.W. World for f 3.00;Pub. priceV25Frank I at beLand LiudiuMth Del.aud aud st John1Hailroad 2:.-:i 1-i acres on at !shore! with new
Lt-Mie'.sll ,t. for 4.v$0; 5aSaturday ; ; at Flue bl.TlVg with" U S.. O. C. and .\. | I ern-buitt: hou-">of t rooms now building, tll...
Night for :3.75; 42Centurj 5 Railway: ; at E.terprise with ..\. O. St J. \-I U t ready for occupancy bj DrcmbT fa" "rfc.*
Magazine' for 5.00; 5.5 I Railroad, tor litnsMlle.: at auford with trains of Beds Mattresses : house and lot tor sale or to rent Tt:re are
the S. F. Railro'and for Tampa; at Tampa with the : ROI1EKT Ru'IST'SFresh i T50 bearing CO-'I\DIt tri m this |'Urlso. *. '
The above are among the best publica- steamer M\,:VULT., ot the I' Lane, i \ a new cottage; of A rooiu, beautifully
tions, although we are able to club with for Poiu, on Tampa Bay aud Manatee River; also i, Garden Seeds ;, situated ou ea.-.t aide of lake anal .,arrr ol
I with the. I'laut bteami-hip Line steamships i iOLIVETTE ground attache
other Write iw for terms on another and MA:'COTTE for Kej West and (I Springs i Sold at Philadelphia Retail Pricefe. Will .". 2..-137; acre*.'f land -a Key Large
at j aide, 40 rods tack ut
this lit and Monday and Thursday arnvins 24 -10 on Meet
paper or periodical not on Havana West every Tuesday and Friday and lla\ Wtd. ;, i make social orders and prices to the lake.
we shall cheerfully send it. Remittances ue Key..daj' and Saturday. }Keturning., leaves Havana I parties wanting seedsin 25.-40( acres on M est hore..
can l>e left with J. C. Norwood & Co., Titusville every Wednesday and Saturda i I bulk. >. 6.10 '* '* taft and new cottage.
'tIi And everything in the FURNITURE: These are allb&rjii'.. Come and ace them, if
or sent to C. II\LE, j Ii
CIIAS.II. NAUMAN, Gt ieral Pav.enger.Agent DeBary Liue I. line. Call and see the New Stock t Geo. B. Rumph. possible Parties; otherwise wishing write.further information(, enclo!
w. M. \VIDSOX. received. 19 Titusville, Fla. stamp.t. 3Q.TCz
Fla. People Liue. i: just
Haulover P. O., Brevard county, Oeneull'rafticgLnt.


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Cocttnoed from falZe 3 FIRES EXPLOSIONS, SHIPWRECKS AND I j ministers in English house of commons. i; Sentence of Anarchists Schwab anti Fid- \ CATARRH SAMPLE W* mail enouxh TKEAT31ENTP to ennnuc f ffcfc

I I FEB. 2L-In the German elections tne government i den commuted to life imprisonment by Governor . H&CO .3Hfoa.t"'_

11.-President Cleveland vetoed the dependent RAILROAD ACCIDENTS.The secured a majority the reichstag. Oglesby of Illinois. .

pension W1L i MARCH 3.-New reichstag met. Septennata I 11.-Anarchists Engel, Fischer, Spies and T .\DY AND GE TL\I.\S ,\GE.

2.-Sen8tor Sherman gave notice of resignation passed a few days later. Parsons hanged for participation in Hay- I WANTED 1n'err city and town. o\lft'ato (0'

as president pro tern of the United States List 1* a Terrible One, but It Records : Discovery of sale of doc I market riot, Chicago: of May -1, 18. *>. JJportuuity A (ref, bir. Addrru The w,, Vtdal
yard secrets by 13. Funeral of Anarchists observed in 12'2
senate on the Monday following. I Publishing Co. street, S.w Tort 1g
Only the Most Important Disaster of i British government. J
23.' -Senator Inalla seated as president pro tern Chicago. C
14.-Official announcement of discovery of I
, of the United States senate. the Tear That Is Just Numbered in to assassinate the plot 18.-Ben Butler engaged as counsel for thAnarchists iflfl PER PROFIT and SAMPLES fRtt. ptout
bill czar. before the United States supreme to meu cauV..en for Da. .s
J 21-Attempt to pass dependent pension It UUCI'IT Otr
t tr History.JAX. 22.Ninetieth birthday of Emperor William com GENCISE Eucrw.- BELI. u n'u
over president's veto failed. a r. '
I 'i appropriately celebrated. IS.Louis Lingg and four Anarchists who es. Etc. Lady agents u anted for Eleitnc c..n.
with Russia
extradition palace "
' Reciprocity treaty 2.-Million dollar fire at papal I
, 23.-Several Nihilists hanged in Russia. I were hanged buried at Chicago. Quick s&les. Write at once for tf'rmHr.. S u.oH .

signed MARCH and Congress published. voted for investigation ef I Rome Italy.-Fatal fire at Madras, India; :300 APRiL 10.-Another plot to assassinate: the czar DEC. 18.-Final burial of the Anarchists. N. V. sseJb:

killed. of Russia reported. '

1 the Pacific railroads. I 4.-Fatal accident on Baltimore and Ohio railroad !I Cancerous nature of tha crown prince'sthroat I A. LEIIMAXX

I t' Congress adjourned. affection announced. I YACHTING AND FIGHTING. Patents.F. "'a..hin.tun. IJ. r. the
Tiffin 0. 19
Interstate commerce commisnioners named. at ; Send for C1reulu.

German ship Elizabeth wrecked off Virginiacoast C.-3L Schnaebeles, special French comrnl
: 23.-Crosby'* high license bill passed by New 8.- I MARCH 12.-Schooner yachts Coronet and dectLI

1 York Jf'6iilature.-C&rter: Harrison renoznin.tad I' ; S) men drowned. i: sionerat Pagny-Sur-Moselle depot, arrested bji i Dauntless started in race across the Atlantic II CURE FOR TIlE DEAP :

for mayor of Cnicago. 11-English steamship Crombrook. with 23 men i! the Germans. j. from New York. Coronet won on the ;th. PECKS: : FATKNT IMPROVED CTsUIoNLb: : :: 1.\a los

21.-0. S. Strauss appointed United States minister given up for lost.-Liverpool bark Craigher, 25.Pope Leo offered to mediate between Franc SEPT. '. .-.-The Volunteer won the icterca1 1;. DRUMS. PERFECTLY RESIORE TilE HHiaiXu: net1
I : and Germany in the Schnaebeles affair. < ,
to Turkey, vice S. 8. Cor resigned. I
31.-Assistant Secretary of Treasury Charter i given up for lost with 15 men. Schnaebeles released. i tional yacht race for the America'cup.. I, no matter hither deainews i* csii..ed by c"iJ., tt })tin

I S. Fairchild made vice Manning, re I 19.Schooner Parallel blown up by giant pow. MAY 17.-French: cabinet resigned. ( DEC.1s..-Kilram, American. a1.1 Smith : ver& or injuries to the natural irunu .Uw&j, apo'tUUli. sioD
secretary I Panic at ED lishman. fought luG rounds to .11':1\V on I but lUMtiible to other* auUI ct.nAiIrt&bltt. reoc
Gate San Francisco.- form ,
der at the Golden IS.::! -Df Freycmtt summoned to a new t II
signed. an island in the Seme near Rouen. France. I II I wear lla..hcuner atlon. even winner* h..UQ
i APRIL 12.Governor Hill of New York vetoed I f Spitalfleldi theatre, London; 17 killed. I French cabinet. I' diBtiuctly. We rrler to thoM U.IDK thuni :" Quo

1 Crosby high license bilL j 25.-Damaging floods reported in the middle 28.-New French cabinet: formed by M. Rouvier. Excited. i for illC8tnteii book of proof. frw' dan, ,* -114 D

" 3LiT Excommunication promised Father ;I states; many farcllles driven from their homes. 30.-Jules Ferry formed French cabinet. Greatly i i -F.: HISOx84tlirtadwy._ New \""ckII :
.,1 unless he himself at Rome 31.-Boulanger riots reported: in Paris.: B cl. ISS:
McGlynn presented of Indian
FEB. 5.-Boston and Montreal express train on Not a few of the citizens
1 1 within forty days. I Vermont Central railroad fell through a bridge at anger had been relieved of the command: of the : River have recently become greatly' ex- PARKER'SHAIR
; MAT 39.-Governor Hill of NVrar York, vetoed army and sent away from Paris.
1 Vedder liquor tax bill. I Woodstock, Vt.; 40 killed.: : Jess Boulanger offered command of the cited over the astoundnj; fact that ev- BALSAM

t JCSE 10.-President Cleveland revoked: order to I 11.-Tornado passed over central Ohio. French army. eral of their friend who had been pronounced the popular faTont for dresnaj -
J M. Snow, ice :and flood caused ;great suffering; the hair. Kkstorui: u-uior .beatrray
: return battle Sags to the southern states.Jn.Y \ i Gladstonians: withdrew from the house of the as incurable and
and some loss of life in the northwest. by physicians preentin )alldn:"
i McGlynn formally excommuc.cated.Arc. I i commons. It. cleanses uLe t!Oi.p. Mop*
with that Uw
', IV-Tornado in Ohio; general severe storm. and beyond all hope sutferinjr; V
hair foILnir and it sure
; Socialists expelled from the: United I 19.-Queen Victoria's jubilee began. tu pit
| Earthquakes at Nice, France, and along :'dreaded mon-ter L'onumptiul1-han' Soc on! !1.0at Orum.ts J*}
LUjor (Henry Georgei party la New York. 1 21.-Jubilee services held\Ve'tmicsteraLbey. I

.t'' 17.-United Labor party of New York state met ; the Italian RivieraWO: killed. 25.Closing; ceremonies of the jubilee held. :been completely cured by Dr. Kind's out
shocks 2. Kevndl of Riviera earthquake ;
'J in convention at Syracuse; I'M' expelled Socialists i! i! :!!England refused to accede! to the porte'si New Discovery for cunumption, the only of

from the convention and ((10)) nominated Henry killed. i modification of the Anglo-Turkish treaty. : aH Thelllt'5t.surest and best cure for Corns,Bunion*. of
I MARCH 5.-Fire damp explosion in colliery in remedy that does positively cure Etops: .;!pam. Ensures comfort to the f..t..erf&l';

f Corge SEPT. for.-secretary New Yore of tate Socialists: organized the I Eelb-ium; 114 killed. Islands.3J.-Revlutionreportedin: Honolulu. Sandwich throat and lung disnja-e, coughs, cold I t.o c l) n .?ru.---"13.___liacoi Jt Co, si \. IB'CO

Progressive Labor party. j I Explosion! at St. Etienne, France. SG killed. 1 JULY 5.-The sultan of Turkey having refused asthma and bronchiti-, Trial bottles freeat : :'. .\1:%: orrr.i.i ;,Is.ii nre.nw..rk !
I 14. Trim fell through! bridge on Boston and I I ""II U"iii,'- t"\ I1..r .', u'i'n hy
DEC. 5.-Fiftieth conres convened.-Supreme killed. to sign the Egyptian treaty. the British special all dm:: stores in Titu-ville and on LAUII : I ti .... iTotiuUf tfrn.iiinj.a ., 1
Providence railroad near Boston; 33 The 'II. ''''!!
J court of the United States decides thit a state: envoy. Sir H. D. Wollfe, was ordered to leave Indian River. Lar e bottles 1. \ i ..I, br ii.4,if LNt-rMhiUk: liinii-i. 1'.... of
has right to tax out .f existence if Tin bridge" casualty.) 1 .. be
a an industry Buffalo burned 10 killed. Constantinople at once. --- -- -- -- ii. iji.,. : "". .V Richmond hotel .
it be deemed productive of poverty \vithout comI ; 11.-Premier Rouvier announced in French stolli"hln Succes's.It '. :.-, -1: -it ,.w '10 kIlt) dJ
Terrible floods in Dakota on the Missouri
"'i ensation.. victory for the Prohibitionists. .JO. : chamber of deputies that Boulanger! was ordered : ne

President Cleveland's! message sent to con river. away from Paris for i:1terferin'ith the electionof is the duty .If every per-on who has tic
New South
23.Colliery; explosion at Sidney, MASON-- HAblLINORGANS
f m gress.DEC.. a deputy. ued /WifrV"fi'nunn .'" to let it.-
Wales TO: killed.-Twelve miners burned to deaUi !Jrllp oA
; .
C.-L. O C. Lamar. secretary of the interior H.! -Prince Ferdinand urged to ascend the Bulgarian
house fire Bessemer Wis. wonderful known to their
was appointed justice of the United ctaiessupreme i in boarding thn>ue. He was elected previous to tins qualitie-
court.-Don M. Dickinson was made 33.-Great blockade oa the Intercolonial railway date but anted RUSSIA'S sanction. fri nJs in curing Consumption\' .-rvCoutrhs rl.t' ,'all1.t \_" .1.. gtr

rh>*::na,ter general and W. F. Vilas was madesecretary I Canada; 2.00U passeiijfrs snowbound in New la.-French cnamber of deputies pats the experimental : i ; Croup, Asthma, Pneumonia, and t:" .111, "',1 1! : .' it''

i of the interior. Brunswick and Quebec. mobilization bill. The experiment wa. in fact all throat and lumiit di-.eL-.e No I 'I.ou, \:. H.ulbn :u :MI 11
12. Fire at Augustine.. Fla.,destroyed I Other uiaer' (01.1 111 C1.
tt ?.Blame! interviewed in reply to Cleveland'smessage. APRE cathedral- and other buildings.-Floods in afterward curried forward to success. -on can u-e it without immediate I .jjnu.U'lur ol lar... .'...tJ'.,. F
i ancient Irish Coercion bill Victoria : rer ..
19. approved by Queen .
lilt :: Va- 'i n..UlltUlfaalllI I"\
a :
fires in the !I"'L' : i.
, states.-Prairi will relieve .
National committee i eastern and cuddle and became law. relief. Three doses any case.and ,. ..
Republican &
'. appointed a \\1\ "".1..1 i : t> -irt>ui>tl'u.At.-y a t! t. -t.1i 'II"
.A next convention to be held at Chicago June 19.Dzc. : west. 25.Pope Leo made temporal sovereignty a 1 we consider it the duty of all Druggi : :,:

w I 10.-It is believed that Dt inarck fomented 1 IS.-Severe snow storms in middle: Atlantic condition of pt-ace " V il. itil.u <.Crr. .1.IU..u..".. "I L .. alCI

the the states. nir< .. !.. 'I war scare to secure passant of the military 29.-B uumtiHo
to one ,
1 con- at try 1 ,. *.. .
LilL I i 22.Hurricane off coast of Australia; 40 pearl at ..ll. 1 'u-' _:. nl XV rU E\ilbiti"U-" '* t .a
Fern.1.1aitub3Ileth.l time Dominion of Canadapreventing
j. fishing boats lost with 550 persons.Tornado in as M>,000( ( dozen bottles wereold_ la-t of l'ariti'>. 7. II. fllli1-.ttuu .itl> !_! n.Arf; .,f 1J
service of the injunction against: the
j Kansas and Missouri.-Floods in St. Lawrence and where it failed wa- ;.i! .lllltrw". 1.\ LISbt, i"Iru.h: LkCS LID' 4i.. .
no one case
laying of tracks of the Red River railroad. .. Illmz.trsted Ci1btl.\u.. 11't't'
THE CRIMINAL RECORD. 'I' to.t !lllll"t.
river. AUG. Boulanr-Ferry duel fell through, | reported. Such a medicine as the (* -- CtIi
26.Ohio valley flooded;several people drowned ; i :5Ii..>n Je H.nuhu l'u-..,
of seconiis. known
ril l JAS. 23.-Eizht masked men robbed a train in and much property destroyed. because disagreement ot oHm yjeiqt cannot be too widely PIANOS -truitftr *"ss Il1t.1.1 .,i \

Texas securing 510.000. |I 28.Steamer Benton sunk: off Island Formosa; 11.-Prince Ferdinand continued ou his way to Ask your druggi-t; about it. Sample J \ them in 1-W2" And b.... hrrn j.r :!

Bulgaria. i{ bottle"to sold) at lo( cent Regular j iumui-"- by -ip -rt* t'i- '-,">-4half .
I Thomas J. Cluverius handed in Richmond i 150 drowned. 14.-Prince FerdiuanJ assumed the Bulgaria try, e

; Va.. for the murder of Fanny Lilian Madison. 30.-Floods in New England. throne. size, 70 cents. Sold by all Druggists cut unpruv..m..ut III

I 1C.-Cell and Hoffman confess to wrecking Missouri 'I MAT Hurricanes In the west.-Earthquakes 22.-Russia refused to recognize Ferdinand ItS j and Dealers in the United States and ''I A .1 cir-utury>'ular. coutminii uut.naU Irou tiirr, 3e 3t

Pacific express. i in Mexico: ; several towns ruined; 150 people prince of Bulgaria.29.Prince Canada. I IUcucvs hundred purcb,.er... nin!,"* """. all'. t'irn. t4 '..nt.

killed. Steamer John Knox foundered oft Newfoundland Victor Bonaparte issued manifesto t'i;.-thfr with dt't.ftti'tt'gti.- .i:> 11'1'.1.
-Fraud.l to discovered in -
: amounting $80,000 ------- -- ---- l
with 30 .
I persons. cant.Puiioi
Cincinnati's city government. 4.-Mine disaster at Vancouver, British Columbia from Brussels censuring Conservatives for supporting Her Youth. } and Or>:aU' ...'M: t..r iawli .T .-,..v jut
the French cabinet
7 23.: -Cashier Schroeder. of the Jersey City Ger- ; 150 man entombed. nu-nt., aihO rrutej. {
\ SEPT. 10.-San Salvador revolution ended.
)! Pha'bc
mania floods in Maine houses and N. Chesley, ,
I, Savings bank. absconded with 30000. 5.-Great reported ; 1G. British MASOH&HAMLINORGAH&PIAHOCO.
parliament prorogued.
; :
-< ,
I (.'o. Iowa tells the following remarkable ;
FES. 1. John I. Lisle discount theI mills swept away. ,
clerk of OCT. 11.- .JUIan er. who was mixed up the
22. White Star steamships Celtic and Drittanic the truth of which vouched 1Wby BOSTON. HEW YORK CHICAGO.
First National bank of Daltiraore,absconded with I French Decoration scandal resigned. Daniel story, : ,
4 arrive after collision en the Atlantic; li reported residents i of the '*! 73years : .
SlOO.OOO.-Boodle Alderman O' en. of New York I Wilson son-in-law to President Grevy Geo. Ca! the town : am (

killed.7.Steamer. fare!. Mine. Limouzin and others, were also old have been troubled with kidney ,
found guilty. Later he was sentenced to ,
t SlugSing. I La lost 40 Italians I
I Champagne ; ,
: I irowned. mixed up in of this President trouble, which himself finally led to the complaint and lameness for many | LIEBIG COMPANY'SEXTRACT
i resignation: Urevy
1.-John Pe Leon New York, astrologer, convicted i 25.-Theatre Comique burned at Paris; 300 i 25.-Plot discovered to kill Prince FerdinanLi year* ; could not dress myself without ,

of abduction sent up>>for fifteen years. I.killed. :i Nov. 14.-Gen. D'Anllau and Mn- Rataizi i help. Now I am free from all pain and

4.-Charles Ogden Ferris (Tichborne claimant) I I 28.-One thousand five hundred horses $300,000 i i convicted in Paris of decoration fr s. ': soreness, and am able to do all my own !

icntenced to five years' inrprisonnunt for pension I i 1 worth of property belonging Belt Line railroad 1 1?.-The czar of Russia who had r some time housework. I owe my thanks to .Electric I ; OF MEAT
i in New York, destroyed by :
frauds. i been in Denmark::, had an interview with Bis-
i 1
I t 28.: -Colliery explosion at Glasgow; 75:; killed. i marck Bt'riiu Thy of and Bitters for having renewed my youth, j jIi
15.: -Isaac H. Vincent defaulting treasurer of I j hundred and i in policy Germany : removed all dNea-e and ,i
I JCXK 5.-Three persons injured 1 Russia had men:: hostile to each other for sometime : Ii I completely pain. FOIL

, .' Alabama captured in Texas. many killed by falling building in Lerlm.I but many things wore cleared up at this 'I I j, Try a bottle, SOc.and 1 $, at all drug

;1);1 28.-Mrs. Itoxalana Druso handed; at Herklmer. I 10.-Earthquake in Turkestan; 120 killed. meeting. Forged papers of Bismarck had been I| stores in Titusville and ou Indian lUverBucklen's I

N. Y.. for murder of her husband. William Druse. 17.-Steamer Champlain turned on Lake:" )3IicL showuto the czar of a hostile nature. I -- ------- --- i IMPROVED and ECONOMIC! COOKIE.

31W. A. Clark, New York postofflce clerk |igan: 19 lives lost. : 23.-President Grevy of France first announced I
i Arnica Salve.The .
in the Atlantic
20.Severe storms reported
detected theft of$10,000 in intention of resigiang.. .Emperor William openedthe
registered packages '
I |i\: 15.-Genuine unl> Yitlfacsimile -
MARCH 17.-Walter E. Lawton7 YorJc phosphate German reichstag best salve in the world for cuts,
I 25.-Floods reported on the Merrimac. : ol BJaron Uelii.'A's iin ;-
r dealer defaulted In 1000000. DEC. President Urevy resigned. I
ulcers alt fever
Landslide at Switzerland bruises, sores, rheum
Zug. ,
many na1111.t" blue across i.,IJt'I.ulJ
23. James Hunter of James & John Hunter, Sadi-Carnot elected president of the French F
bouses engulfed in the lake; 1'JO killed. I sores, tetter chapped hands, chilblain,
:of Philadelphia defaulted in $150,000. republic. ,
;1 24.-Janitor Titus of New Jersey, confessed to !Theatre at Hurley, Wis., burned; 17: killed. ':'.-M. Falheres declined to form a cabinet. corns and all skin eruptions, and posi- ; liv :-.torepe.-p; <'rsir ,, rso': 11 .:.,.-1.i .

' i killing Tilly Smith and his sentence u commuted 10.-The drowned.yacht Mystery sunk in Jamaica bay; M. Goblet was summoned but failed. i tively cures piles, or no pay required. I i e\'I'% w)uS.C
to imprisonment Jar life. people Attempted assassination of Jules Ferry bya It i is satisfaction
I 17. "Mount Etna in a state of eruption. Earthquakes i I I : guaranteed to give perfect -
28.Discovery of body cf unknown French crank.
young refunded. Price 25
in Sicily and on the Italian coast. or money cents
woman murdered at Rahtray N. J. (celebrated : M. Tirard formed a French cabinet. I
; 21.-Fatal accident on Erie railroad at Ho- : box. For sale by all drug :stores in
| per
25.-War between Germany
Rah way mystery) : is now firmly expected -
APRIL 11.-Warrants issued in Plttsburs, Pa., bokus; 15 Italian laborers killed. and Austria and Russia; many warlike Titu ville and on Indian River.Tutt's --ANlJ
31.-Tidal wave reported to have struck Cunard __ ... _
for the arrest of 400 Pennysylvania railroad employee I preparations are reported.THE -- ---
steamer Umbria: several killed.
charged with stealing goods from freight --
: Aco. S.-Forest fires reported on German fron- I
. cars. I 1 : IRISH MOVEMENT.JAN. .
tier. !
I 1.-Case of Chicago boodle officials
up. I 11.-Excursion on the T., P. & W. railroad CLIMAX1
This matter excited great interest at the time. plunges through bridge near Cbatsworth, Illi.; I IS.-Brutal evictions reported at Glcn- : Pills
Several are now serving! out sentence cf the I
US killed and many injured. : beigh.County Kerry. ,
court caving been found guilty cf malfeasance.McGarriRle i
: 29.-Heavy gales reported from Newfoundland Michael Davitt attacked the Irish card ;
i the leader escaped some time after
:Ashing banks; fishermen drowned.I ,
I F this and is in the happy land of the Dominion at : many i nals.

I this time, safe from justice. i I SEPT. 5.-Theatre Royal, Exeter England, : :X>.-Riot in Belfast; many people shot. FOR TORPID LIVER. I .
burned 140 killed.i13.Ilurricaue .
H.-The woman banker, Sarah Howe, left herllo..ton ; FEB. 17.-Parnell's motion to consider the question I the wbolesjitom 14i
blew down 400 houses: BrowasI A torpid liver dcruult
customers: ia the lurch to the tune of : : for Ireland ,
of defeated ;
t I rile, Tex., and 300 Mexico.. I legislation by a vote uuU 1.rudUCSSick
SjO..lW. i of 242 to 107" I
Railroad accident Bl.ltimorand
Ocr. 11.- on
25..-.Jacob Sharp arraigned for bribery in the I Headache
MARCH First of
reading the crimes act in
:: :Ohio: railroad i.t Kouts. In J.; 30 killed. ,
matter of the Broad\\"a New York surface railroad
) ) I 2:>.lYopeller Vernon foundered in Lake 31i h- : British parliament. Rheu-
franchise. : 5.-Sir Michael Hicks-Beach resigned chief sec- Dyspepsia Costiveness,
.gan; U lives lost. Total loss of life on the lakes ,
; MAY 1.-James M. Tag art. paying teller Union 1 October, 232.I I retaryship of Ireland. Balfour was later chosen :
Trust of Philadelphia) defaulted inS luring I matism Sallow Skin and Piles.
company !I Nov. 16.-Ship burned at Canton China; 400 j to fill the place. kI'4 _
100,000. 19. Father Killeen arrested in Dublin ,
| by for these
killed. remedy
i, I There 1. no better tt1t
I Celebrated Standard conspiracy case be- i7:.-Lake steamer Arizona burned at MarI crown policemen and dragged by hand to prison j commoii discasen than Tutt'ji LiverI'iiis

,. gun in Buffalo, lasting some days and ending interdict I 1Ut'tte.I 1 by admirers. I us a trial "ill pro\. ,23c- :

I I' against the Standard Oil. 17.: -Father Kirner's school house in Harlem :, APRIL 1.-Crimes bill passed by English parlia- j Sold Everywhere.
1 19.-$1,000: train robbery reported from Texas. ment. ]
i i fell killing seven including Father Kirner himst-lf. I
t Marquis de Mores, the dressed beef man, placed .William
:!: O'Brien denounced Lord Lansdowne -
20.Steamer bcholten sunk in Straits of Doer | ----- --
; ; '
under arrest, charged with conspiracy.JVXE : for breaking terms with his tenants.
. IS:: drowned. :
, 2i-Craig Tolliver shot in fight with Dr. i I. MAY 10.-William O'Brien, who had come to C. ,
21.-p. T. Barnum's winter qua:ters turned at
'i LoganinflowancouctyKy.I Bridgeport: loss. $100OiO. America to agitate the Irish question in Canada: ]! IASTKUNHAIIMUESS1XG 1s

: 21.-Capt. Jack llussey,the Castle Garden, New I j started from New York for Montreal. j
Drc. 1.-Four men perished in a burning hottlit I _ _
York, life &saver died from shots fired by Policeman Brock\'ille. Kan. 13.Parnell denounced by Irish college.-After I Ii .. SALOON.If .

E Hahn. Hahii was nftt"nard acquitted.2i i speaking in many places and arousing enthusiasm :- ir4 I4-
DEC. 4. .killed
j ; ).-Jacob Sharp convicted.JCLT ; -Twenty persons earthquake I' and hatred alike everywhere O'Brien was ,I ; -
at Calabria. i clean and
want a easyhave,
lid Ci 1I.-J9.cob sentenced you
Sharp to state \
prison mobbed at Toronto. :
9. smacks lost off the 1
Twenty fishing
: for four years and fined $,(\\). : Orkney 20.O'Brien escaped the mob at Kingston. AN clean a> barl-erevcrtrave,

: & ;l 13.-l"ranzini. the notorious: Frenchman, sentenced [slauds.0.Earthquaae.s: ; 23.-O'Brien fired at eight times at Hamilton. !1 .JUt call on me at my saloon,
stiL in Mexico.
reported jli j i iO.Bril'n "
i to death in Tarn. I I -British schooner Henrietta reported abandoned ] 25!.- arrived at Boston. ],[ At morning, eve, or afternoon. "CLIMBTOBACCO.

,M w 31.-in Mctitfule Canada.Arc. ., who escaped from Chicago, arrived ,, at sea.lS.'yclon. New JC>York.E 2.-O'Brien received at\c3.demyof )Music |,I I'll cut and comb your hair with graceTo

? ::Lindictments i found aain. the in Indian territory. Several killed. 4. O'Brien declined demonstration I\ :uit the contour of your face ; .
'i bank robbers at Ozark Mo. ; 16 indictments wtrerr i i lJ.l"e: men killed by an explosion at Tilton, i I for him by New York labor reformers. arranged i 1 To you I'll give a good shampoo, _

for murder. I, Ga. | 8 O'Brien sailed for Ireland. The art of which is known to few. -
20.Schooner I I
Kelly reported abandoned at sea
t. guillot SEPT.iut"\l.1.-l"r&1Uini.triple French murderer: was DEC. 20.-News received that the big raft 17.-O'Brien armed in Ireland. I i I My,..orV hari, my razorV keen, Over!: 6,000,000 QEUS

. 4 1.-FraLk )lc t"a1ly. bank clerk at Soco, Me., : towed by steamer Miranda from NovaJvotii to JULY 23.act.-Dublin partially proclaimed under : My hop is a ways neat and clean, R1\Y" EED.5

}' alt oondtxl with >;'9.5I.\:}. bonds and monrr.Nov. I, New Ywrk had been lost. Raft bn>.. up and I. crimes Au 21.-William O'Brien arrested. !: And everything; I'mure you'll find,
t-1' 10.-Jie 1'ouierojboy murderer, lost found a few days later by a United Staus cruiser. ; .. ,.J D.M.FERRY&CO.
I SEPT !9.-Police fired on League: meeting at To -nit the ta-te and |iiea e the mind.
20. News received of the terrible inundation be -
L his eyesiht in his to from admitte4
at Cbneord. Mass. attempt escape prisonw i 21.Schooner Katie Ranger sunk wT Absecoiu Mitchellstow, Ireland killing several. And now to all who patronize intend, are Seed"" '"

[;f It-Second trial of John .ArensdorfT charged I' light: crew rescued bv brig Nora. I 14.-Hot debate. in the, house of commons oaO'Brien's i' Just come along and bring your friend-, J- D..nUY.tCO'3 world.

with tne, murder of the Rev. Mr. Haddock was 'I 21.-Three hundred houses destroyed at &:lra- case.23.OBriens ; And I a.v>ure you I will try lU "
coa.JCuba, by a tidal wae : trial began at itcb llstown.I be-l : ? :
p begun at Sioux City la. Arensdynl was ac I Mv very to !satifv. inav.
tiI quitted. i i of a large portion of northeastern!: China by the OCT. l-Coroner.i:: jury at Mitchellstown I! SEED

, :::.Henry V. Leslie and James \. L. Wilson of j overflowing of the Hoang U.:>. Thousands of brought in verdict of murder against the police.
30.-O'Brien held meeting in disi Homesteadutlce., : ANNUAL
proclaimed .
,l:4 Philadelphia' sentenced to six and eight years, square miles of territory laid waste, layriaJsdrowned
: trict defiance of the police, who arrested him. IBaS
and millions homeless and i For
respectively, for embezzling Jc\\000 from Delaware starving.
and Chesapeake Canal coni]>any.ExVice 21.-Explosion of naphtha in Rochester N. Y., !,1 Nov. 2.Irish prison board directed O'Brien to LAND OFFICE Gainesville, Fla., \ ..ill be mai1eo1 ALLappbc&Dta.

j4I i:.)..- lY>ident Harper, of Fidelity National causes: S250.0CH\ ) damages; two killed and man wear the prison garb. ( November :JJOth, 13S7. j FREE TO aDd
i DEC. 2.-Lord Mayor Sullivan of '
Dublin. imprisoned
4fl bank of Cincinnati, i for publishing in his United Ireland : Notice i- hereby jdven that the ..4hQQ' -
l.ank.t the coucluaiou of the trial being 20-2-1. Many shipwrecks on the Atlantic reported I paper. c II.Invalua .

-1I found guilty, he was sentenced to ten j ears in with much loss of life. reports of proclaimed meetings. : following named -settler has filed noticeof '
ie !
.t prison. 22-24.-Reports cf terribleblizzards in the far DEC. 4.-Five membtrs of parliament are already his intention to make final proof in + E1'vrJ -.!;

2).-New York court of appeals reversed Judge West received; many people frozen from lack of I I locked up, charged with violating;; the I support of hIs claim and that the slid Carden.FleldQrflCw.r
crimes act. They are O'Brien. Mr. T. D. Sullivan
;iLe I Barrett' decision in case of Jacob Sharp and fuel _ |, '
the brothers Harrington; and Mr. Sheeby. I proofwill be wade before A. A. Stewart, 'SEEDS
1J granted him a new trial. Sharp was released th. .
1n next day.PE& OLD WORLD POLITICS. i i )).-l'ope declined to help England against Ireland Clerk Circuit Court at Titu ville, Fla., D. :.'I. FERRY &COMDeUOitNHchi
ir9 8.-Marion La Touche, French banker; on February 17th, 1SS8. viz : WilliamF. --- --------

If{ committed in New York for Dwindling women. the JAN.British Goschen exchequer.accepted the chonMlor-hip of ANARCHY IN AMERICA. Dixon. ufC'ocua. Fla., D. S. No. 1724 iKSO\ ., "'ED.

10.-English troops withdrew from Eg\;: pt. | for the southwest i, section 30, townshipi Male or Female, in every town-hij P ID

DEADLY DISEASES. 11.-Bismarck threatened to dissolve the: German j JAX. Engagement 0: Nina Van Zandt i south, range &; east. this Mate to take orders ior a stontuj

: j' reichstag unless the beptennate was adopted. j to August Spies, under jteaalty of ileath at i He names the follo\yin:': witnesses to historical work of surpassing; .

I| Windthon and Richter opposed the bill. Chicago. announced at
-Lord his continous residence and dI.4 l
APRIL Cholera prove upon. which *
reported Argeutina
; Cadogan resigned the post of lord of the privy 'I j SEPT. li-Herr Most' application for nat- j I i Usefulness, and accuracy,
Republic and Chili.H.Cholera. cultivation of. said land. viz :
I 1 uralizatiou denied. Liberal coramk-ious. laruflte
seal in the English cabinet. papers sight.
reported to be sJrcwLud iu i 11-Bismarck dissolved the German reichstag. 14.-Supreme court of Illinois! affirmed! decision -!Walance Dasher. John Jenkins, I lars on application. You can .

. South America. 27.English parliament convened of ower court sentencing the ChicagoAnarchists Thomas Cantine, and Joho P. Seize, all !S1OO month. Full |UIstructions.
; JUNE li: -Yellow fever report ,l ..: Hey : to $250 per
2& Ex-President Santos banished to execution. 'I I
j from Uru1 of Cocoa Fla. / .
Wet ,
and PJa. Address
- Tampa, I .
Nov. 10.-Anarchist \
Liagg committed S'.u.deie.
Kuay.3J. 33 S. C. TrCI Register. ijroad'Y'1't
SEPT. :&-Steamship Alr :. inJ 'R. niILLII Jt HUNT, 80'
R-niJolnn Churchill attacked Toriesand
: ew York from Itay with chol .-.& c ---xL


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I SHERIFF'S SALE. Lodden & Bates' Southern Music House. I TITUSVILLE CASH STORE Ill

Under and by virtue of an order IssuIng Under and by virtue of an execution ,

out of the Court of the County Issued out of the circuit court for the II REED & STEERE

I Tmtee: of Brevard County on the 8th seventh judicial circuit of Florida, in and

day of December, A.D.1887. I will sell for Brevard, in a certain cause therein I

I I t.t public sale, in front of the CourtHouse depending wherein Theo. P. Jenkins is Is Acknowledged Headquarters for

1. i door, in Titusville, Brevard Co., plaintiff, and S. Ryder is defendant, I I

on the first Monday in January, the have levied upon and will sell at public I

game being the 2nd day ot the month outcry to the highest and best bidder for I Fine Groceries

at 12 Meridian, to the highest bidder for cash, in front of the court house door, in

cash the following described real estate the town Titusville,county Brevard, 0 0 0 .

the property of William F. Richards, and State of Florida, on the first Monday The Great Wholesale Piano and Organ ALWAYS ox I-I.\.XD.

deceased, to-wit: in November, (the same being the 7th Depot of toe South. The Heat Place to boy;

1 Lots 38, 39. 40 41 and 42 and lots! 74 day thereof) A. D. 1887. between the The Place Cheapettt to buy. A I'lncc Magnificent. to bay Record; The Safest Over ALSO

1 ; 89 inclusive. in the district of legal hours of sale, the following de- 40,000 Pinno(uiul Oraans! placed in South."i11a Paints:
to scribed real estate described follows ern Homes! since 1S7U.SAVAINAH. ,
anal town of Titusville, said lots : _

being shown as to location and dimensions I Being a portion of lot three (3) ot sec- GA., Nov. 1st. 1SS7. Zito Load, :K.oroson.o, '

upon a map of Joynerville now on tion three (3) of township twenty-five I Room for the procession. It's a long I

m record in the Clerk's office of Brevard (23) south of range tnirty-six (36)east, one. It's head in Macon, and rear in E.a wand: Boi1oc1. Lin.sood Oil:
1 and also a portian of northeast of I
quarter miles of
Savannah. UOO) containing
i County. the southeast wagons I cotton seed l\f2oa1 an.c1.:: :: Br.\.D.
quarter of seciion four (4), 40,000 Pianos and Organs bold by L. & B.
this Sth day of December. A.D. said
Dated township and in the
range countyof
S. M. II. since 1870.
:: G-rain. Food end
1887. Brevard. Florida to-wit: The north- Hay :: :

r II. ATKINSON, east corner of said lot of land is locatedat Are we In earnest Certainly We are atargeboueeea 'I
trade. We mil Pianos and Onrans in 'ertilizors.Fu11 .
Commissioner. We do a urge
a point on the west bank of Indian all Southern: States. V'e" have 2Uu Agencies,and the I.
River five hundred and thirtv (330 feet above statement is net in the least exaggerated.: Lin.o of Na1.1s..

police of Incorporation.We south of the quarter ('ctiOllli e, divid- How have we ever built up such an

ing lots two (-2)) and three ((3)) of section immense trade? By enterprise,progressive REED & STEERE.

the undersigned, have this 28th three (3)), and the southeast quarter of business methods and dealing. We

day of December A.D.1887. associated the northeast quarter and the northeast make our patrons our square friends. We work ..t\.LL GOODS GU 1.R..NT] fli.]).

ourselves together under and by virtueof quarter of the southeast quarter of sec- them into it
take partnership as
Section 1, Chapter 1639, of the Laws tion four ((4). said township and range; for the'n divide profits and actually give,them Agent for Wilkinson & Go's Fertilizers.
of Florida approved August 8th, 1SC3, thence west across said lot three (3)). worfA.
than their
and the amendments thereto, under the thence west to the quarter section line more u

corporate name of "The 'l'itusvilieSportsman's dividing the northeast quarter of the Our L ne Capital our Spot Cash our lifetime
: fhrewdnc as buytr. oar whole heft, EXCELSIOR ORANGE
The eip Club.
principal placeof southeast quarter from the northwest in fart,w 11in* ('''rill'i bargain,and then we I't our
business of the said company shall quarter of the southeast quarter of said fneit'ii in on the ground floor. That's a way we have.

be in Titusville, Brevard County. Florida section four ((4)), thence south to the Fall and Winter Bargains 1 887-88 ,

and the general nature of the busi- northwest corner of A. L. and E. F.hatch's I A NEW FERTILIZER

ness to be transacted by the said corpora- purchase in said section, thence Summer CloHlnfr Out !Sale over.Instruments.Wareroonw
crowded with Superb
tion to be the provision of means of east along the north line of said purchase Immense parchasen direct from Factories. I' Prepared especially for the Orange and containing the several elements necessary

social meetings and recreation and of A. I,. and E. F. Hatch to the west Greater Bargains than ever for Fall and to sustain plant life, viz :

generally the business connected with bank of Indian River said line being Winter lSS7. S.

sports ot various kinds. The authorized four hundred and eighteen (418) feet from Not reduced prices and poorer instruments PHOSPHORIC ACID, POTASH, CALCIUM, AZOTE.

stock of said corporation to be Five the line dividing lot three ((3)) from lot but the same Ions prices and better This Fertilizer has been produced after years of study by PROF. O. lKlJ. UUITOLA,

Thousand Dollars, to be divided into four ((4) of said section three (3)), and the instruments. Greater value for the money. as being far superior to any high grade fertilizer on the market and it in sold

Fifty Shares of $100 dollars each to be northeast quarter of southeast quarter Of our lowest-priccvl Instruments this is i at about one-third less in price. It is made in two grades. No. 1 is a preventive .

t paid in as follows : 10 per centum on allotment from the southeast quarter of the southeast specially true. They are vastly improved of root rot, and also destroys white ants and wood lice.

tt and the balance at call of officers quarter of said section four ((4)), and we are proud of them. hard describe I No. 2 does not contain this specific.

and committee. The corporation shall thence northerly along said river to such bargains on paper, but we'll try. I For prices and further information, address,

f commence on the 1st day of January i place of beginning. Reserving and ex- O. DeC. KKRTOLt, Enterprise, Flsi.
1SS8 and terminate on the 1st day of from the above that of PIANO.-Larva size element l'OR"o
cepting parcel OL'Et$210 carved lCJ *.M.-ipentnie pliutli. sweet I 7 or JAS. McCOMB, JR., Titusville Fla.
January, 1898. The business of the'said land sold by Stephen Ryder and wife to tone fullsitVcars'mtarautAw .Vreli! .ihlfiufctruinenteveryway. .
: JoinpleteoutntPlush.tot:l.euibn i ( >
fI corporation shall be conducted by the R. C. May by deed bearing date April adcoverlargeinattvctorrmhichod ,kartrrtigArArid.

following ofllcers. to-wit : President 30, 18S1. and recorded in Book K of Bre- 8225 PIANO.-Beantiful Parlor t"rri.atht.full .

I Vice-President, Treasurer Secretary, yard Deeds on 20 containing. ll size. Etch t''St'WOcaR.. a
page ; Q'leeannp favorite stj Ic. Thousands '>*er'1 ea Thousand Trial C Rf t Told fie Imposition ot pretentxnu reme. I
and a committee of Fire Shareholders, twenty-two ((22)) acres more or less. sold. Outfit tnieelea ,,'.a4Yackaga mailed to PIP k die.for the..trouble.and all Quacks.

exclusive of the above-named officers, Dated this 21st day of September OUR 83. OlMJ, .-"wo: acts R...,1s. Five P :'trf"'" tit'D\8alarloeproT'Ortion \ whOlleonJ1aimi.toblttheirricnmr..ofwbom.ooknfulltreat tim, TakeaSllRERstiwrtbateas.
Klpr-iiitT\alnu1.c'xsj.: Extended top.lamp! EMAA
and such officers and committee to be A. D. 1SS7. stands 'music rack orunmeuUHl an.tWdt'tl. with mentnnd were re-tored health by use of ..i.hattenliontobUlln..oreau..pain URZU thouCMiii. doe.1lO& interfere

t elected annually by vote of share E. II. COVAR, Sherift stool instructor, music book and u"f-eith!ji.l.OUR H PROF-LSEMIHAL PASTILLES. orineonvcDienremany way. Pounded
of indebtedness era OIKJAN.-Frnr "I'h F.HxK Ten A1adicalCntetorhervonslkbilityOtganio >L rorcTREATMENT. on cirntiflc medical principal.By dimt
holders. The highest amount of Brevard county, .
ftollll. Beautiful l'fIl'e. A most ilciur. Keakne"+endPhaicotDecay Youn p atplirationtntheaeatofdi.eueIt.apeei5r.dleAged
!'$ or liability to which the corporation J. W. AucmnALii.Plaintiff's able Parlor Urvaii. Conii .lunrtion i of the hnmai restored The
can at any time subject itself to Attorney. 22-5w: Ilirfun*, c'trynnc., TiMttfanfU of each thousand egad and CTWS brnt.1! tV-7 darn'olutely rrento the resto-e full enjoyment prematurely waxed- animating element!of life ar ortmniim*jiren bach,the patient I
eoUl,and buyers ini\iriMy r./JI'C than plaited.An become*cneertulaad rapidly ftain*buth ftwnjth and heaUh;
and fan
be $.jOO. perfect f.ny Streneth tend Vigorous Health
The above sale i is until the --
To ttoOl'e ho9uJ>r from the mllny obscure dis*asea .-Cas Ifanto.=2TvsXa,=S.Ttef
I Dated this: 2Sth day of December, first Monday in December, the same be- Immense Stock from World's Best trouchtahout by IvWretion.: Exf'ORure.Over-Brail1
1887. ing the 5th day thereof, at the same place Makers, to suit all tavtes and ptses. Over n me with frtli ya.r...';ot,.ourtrouble.yousend and secor.usynur HARRIS REMEDY CO., IF'tCHE wars,
300 different styles: to choose from. TRI IT.Y.ll1KAC.IFY.TiwitSIlln+Pnm" 306X IT.Tenth 8tr t.ST.IXyCIS.STOL _
II. C. Scumr.noui:. and hour. J. E. BOWMAN, Sheriff.

The above sale Is postponed until the l'I" Oo .-riilrkt r1' tf, 3ln.'a.i A H-n-iiln, '
GEO. W. MACKENZIE.GEO. JlathuMh k, lleit. Arioii, !'), t.> :J jt*/'. btJEA EptEEtt. .A
first Monday in January.: 1SSS. the same
SCOIUE. OHrSN4.--llnwOn A;
being the 2nd day thereof at the same Hay State, 82 1 N !Vt.iO. I
JAS. LOWMIX. and hour.
; place Easiest Terms ever !bur pf. Trom 3 I
IloWEW'I'ITU3.Sheriff's J. E. BOWMAN.Sheriff..
i I to $10, paid monthly, 'vill recurc an I.
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i Elegant Instrument. .
Sale. The above sale is postponed nntil the first :\Ion-I ---- --- '!'..
day in February, 13"\the same being the tth day One price to all. Tint'- f"n":1". Tv s mar'ieil j
thereof,at the saute place and hour. in plain fiimres on<'a<'!t i-nl ni'eviati*>n t.'.
Under and by virtiu* of two execu- J. ..:. BOWMAV.: Sheriff made to any. We chair"1 i"> i, ate t-i>.- n<' It\,8. ,
tions issued! out of the Circuit Court for -- ----- ---- This square way tnnurw to.ill the Inwe:1 1'nccr.: This represents a healthy life. Ja!'t such a life aq ther enjoy
Thronghoat its various scones Who uso the Smith's Bile flea .
the Seventh Judicial Circuit of Florida NOTICE. So easy to bUll /ro' tFvcrvtliin;: in vlnlu I
in and for Hrevard Conntin favor of print, end exactly PS repr l'lltd Full' ;.nforaift- I SmlthN RILE DEANS purify the blood, by actln-
.llef"ntbnt.Illl 11'm.E..lnalrews To all u'hm/i it may concern: tion given in(oiroul"rs op'tlVllynnwrrcd. dlreclly ana promptly on the Liver. J!'kln and KidThe original l'bQte'll"ph. fneye.
i; William It. Sanders, Parties livin r. thtIN''la: r:i'c' <>H"c,'n hue They consist of a vegetable coirnhlnallon that panel size of thi n.cturohas
defendant, in two certain Take notice that 1 will apply to the Honorable Stvtvneht. 'I'lhree-ronrths no equal In medical leuce. Constlpa- rent on receipt of lUc. lu 3
u' John D. Broome, Judge of thto Seventh JudicialOrenitof Just as well as if in I They cure stamps. Addrei.
causes therein depending wherein in the Florid setting in chancery forBre\ard of our entire mute is doi'1,y cT.T 'i.i. :' all forms of fevens chills and fever, sail clones, l oula. 110I .
cause George Cleveland is plaintiff Countv Florida at the Cart Home, in Tittnville, ,.. .
one : .
L :t + ; and
; Brtjrht's dlseane." Send 4 cents : for a ani
? and William It. Sanders U defendant in said County and State or where\erhu Honor ..'. end I I fOda.e bottle
I Ses' instmmtn'fKm :: > .n n- plepaekage and teat the TRUTH 0 we nj. Price, 25: cents per ,
as aforesaid and in the second cause I may then hI". on .Friday, the Twenty-eetenth freightprtid; !; (t.n:; ';-it; '.r r' >i-i-. .' <;. ; lmlthled to any address, postpaid. DOSE ONE BE.UV. Sold by drugglats.aJ' .
; of January I S", at 10 o'clock in the ,'
t day |
the fcaid George Cleveland is plaintiil forenoon tor leave to Hell the following real property Square deulino: One ;>')/row'3trmpi I X: *. SXUEZOTZZ ct; OO.V 1'KOl'EIETOliS ST. :XjOUXS> 310Clyde's : ..

A J and Win. I:. Andrews is defendant as situate in Urev-ird County aforesaid and being LUDDES\I&\ BATES I II -- -- u_ ---- -
and will portions of the t'Mtatof Robert It. Eniig:: and ,. I
aforesaid, I have levied upon, Alftvd Kinig.: minor lteiraof 15 Hmg, deceased SOUTHERN MUSIC HOUSE. SAVANKAK, GA. New York Charleston and Florida
sell at public outcry to the highest bidder to-wit: of the' property of KOIttKT B. EIMO, a+ ------ --- -- -----
I for cash, in front of the Courthouse follows: i ,
door in the town of Titusville, The parcel described, as> follows; Beginning at a I) I Line.
: point on the line divi.ling lot* one and two of pec Stest33.asl.xipTlie
County of Brevard. and State ot Florida tion three, which aid point is four hundred and If 00. send for DOG ItUYERS|
) : on the 1st Monday in February (the fitty-two' feetnorth of the south line of the north 1-3 GLIDE contAining colored pli Elegant Steamers of this Line arc appointed to sale

; game being the Cth day thereof). A. D. of lot 2 of section three, thence run north along lOOeD.-r&flDpolcWerentt>
the line dividing lots one and two of aid section 3. a I price they are worth,and where tdl FROM JACKSONVILLE
of sale.
1SS8. between the legal distance of 2-6 feet, thence run west parallel to the Ii bay them. Directions for Training I ,

I'!' the following all described that certain real tract estate of, land thatis south,,"uthuatlt.l line of north to half the line of lot dl'il1illItts two .'o fret,one thence and I t Dogs for 15 and Cents.Breeding Also Ferrets.Cuts of Mailed I'og]I IFurnlshlnc I CHEROKEE, (New) .......................................... Thursday, Jan. 5th, 9:00 a in

to say, in of Brevard. run two a distance of 2-'fi feet, thence ea-t parallel to the I I Goods of all kmnd& SEMINOLE, (New).................... ...................... Thur lay, Jan. 12th, A-M a m

lying and being described County'It south line of the north l.J of lotktwo 2-0 fet, more I I CHEROKEE, (New)......................................... Thursday, Jan. 19th, t1Ct) a III
State of Florida, as .
or less, to place of beginning: excepting from the .....................Thursday Jan. 2tith,1:0O m
I : Commencing at a post or corner above that parcel of a quarter of an acre, more or i iI 1 SEMINOLE, (New)...................... p
Then send for Practical POULTRY
I'f 1C 83-100 chains north of the Southeastcorner lei-, sold by B. King to I>. Cow i<. and by said iI I BOOK. loo pages; beaatifal FB.OlW: FER.N. Ni :INS: ,
Cowie to r.o t>Morrow, and by paid Morrow to I iI colored plate t rnKTaTloits
of lot four (4). section twenty- of nearly all kinds of low la; deecnpq I Sunday Afternoon
seven (27), township twenty-three ((23), .\L- ). that portion of the property of Alfred J. I Lane of for the breeds houses; how to information eapomze; i Every
described, a* follow; Beginning at the S.K plans poultry ; After arrival of the
(36) en-it T.inig
south ot range thirty-six I about incubator,and w here to bur t1
corner of the north half of lot two of section three, S1.&O
thence west to bank of Indian River running thence north along the line dividing Intone + II I EKga per Hktinjc.from best Sent stock for 15 at Cents. and Co.'s Train
thence north along bank of Indian River and two 226 feet then went parallel to the I II Florida Railway

3 15-100 chains to post or corner, thence south line of said north hV.fof )lot two\ 2i>0 feet, I
'! thence thence south on a line p-irulM t<> the line dividing Leaving Jacksonville at 2:45 p. in.
23 chains to or corner
east post
lots one and two, a distance of "Jrt: : feet more or If eo,'oaneedtheBOO1iOFCAGE
south 3 13-100 chains to a post thence h'..s. to the south line of the north half of lot two. BIRDS. 120 page*. laO Illustration I DLLAWAKKYEMASSfcE: SumUy, Jau. UtSiibU YI alASST.T. \1ftd.\ -2T.i\
west to place of commencement, contain thence along the said south line of the north halt of 9.'l Treatment*.ana Beautiful breeding colored ofallk..indJiCage plate. t >, Jan. Kth I DLLAWAUE Surdty. J u.JI.bIIEJ.

ing 7 (seven) acres more or less. lot two, a distance! of 200 feet more or 'les.11, to the I birds, for plebsore and pront. DiMxtaes ..\WAKE Sunday,Jan. 15th N
point of iK-giuning. and coi-tannnp ono acre and a and their cum Bow to build and block to sail from l'ier:9. East River, New York .
more or les, All of s.n.lljnd ahwl'It'. aa Aviary All aboat Parrotx Prices ot Steamers are appointed
And also the west half of the tltla-\H'ol: t quarter.. I all kind birds, cages etc. Mailed for o'clock P. M.
bein the north half ol lot two of section and at
-ibed in Tuesday Friday o ,
quarter of the MMith-ea quarter of .l'l.tin three, towi'ship '.'south of ramie :5 eaitiil lo Cents.: The Three- Books,4O t.thI : Every

twenty-seven, town hiJ' twenty-three t t21 I K \ also, the S W 1-4 of: tIe N.K. 1.4 ol s. -tmn 4 I ASSOCIATED FANCIERS, I The freight; and.pai:.e Keracc ininolations arc un urpass.f l. Every attention will begiven a''
t ?i.H) cast containing twrtHtup !! 1(111t'f range 3i south of ,
range thirty-MX ( : Florida Line, l'Ierl, ta..t Kivr.
acre heretofore soil t., Minor S J"IIf'1.!' r:".j. -- =J '". = ..; Jill vhipments from New YOl'k'ia Clyde's
twenty ('!m\ acre, more or le ". vn.l TU:)["* OMI. rurolia-er pate tor title. I For further Intorniation apply to
also the west half of the following hotly l ot Dated this '.'2nd dry of Vivn.Wr 1> ,;. : .1. A. 'sTEAl Agent, J. A. LESLIE, Agent,
BKUK1EX SAILS Onardiau i Feniandinu, t' la. ?tf W. Kay St., JatkHoiiville, Fla.
I land : Lots une (1)) and two (2)) ui section .' lil'YL.a'>.,
of'taid )Imo--, G. KGEU, Traffic Manager, U'M.: I' CLYDh: (; CO.
thirty-three (3:;) and lot two ('lof\ ..crtitntthirtyfuns J'SEof.\: ',n.Lt.HUltr.liD'"
f (:;H.) all in township thirty- -- --- --------- : 1-'. M. IIlONMONGEll, Jr.. General Travflin:.( Agent. JackHon ile. Florida.Sinca '

eveH (:;;) MMith of range forty-one ( III) Iloln :'i."at1 :;ofiee. ,, last season VENTILATORS have been constructed on tho iron steamers for the

I ea t. I better transportation of Oranges and Vegetables.
{ 1SSS. Laud Office at Gainesville, Fla.,1[ I Point. I
2nd of
Dated this day January,
December 1\th, 1S7. > \OTICE. I :Notice of Incorporation.We .

JAMES i:. BOWMAN, that the follow- I -- Jwlkuml the undersigned, have this .jth day
Sheriff Hre'artlCo. Florida. Notice i is hereby Riven I Jit Circuit Court of th* tecenth ,
ing-named settler has filed notice of his II I IIA Circuit f>f Fhri'la, ln County, A. of :%ovember,15.-(7, a>.oeialel ourselves to-

Jones .... Williams" intention to make final proof in supportof Porfoo-t P1nco. J). 187.' ether under and hy virtue of section 1,

Attorneys for defendants. his claim, and that said proof will be i I FOR IX CII.\='CEI:..... chapter l.lfhT of the Laws of Florida, approved -

made before A. A. Mewart. Clerk Circuit I February 1'Jtli, 1'.74, and tin-
William II. Moor i
MASTER'S SAM Court at Titusville. Fla.. on I A HEALTHY HOME : \"g. } Bill for Divorce. I amendments thereto, under the Corporal-

February 2S, 1SSS. vii : Daniel J. KaKoche I Moons : name of Canaveral and South Florida RailRoad
Notice i* Hereby Given that under and by"' Florida II. E. No. Josephine The place ( fbusiness
of Narrows I I
of a tiual decree of ale and foreclosure renderedby ill_ l allidivitmade: hi tliUcause Company.
the Honorable John 1) Broom. Judge o. the 11020. for the lots 3 and 4 and ;5 and C. I It appeal Ity : ot said Company hall be in
I River.Fine "defendant.
Indian th' Josephine l
Circuit Court for the Seventh Judicial Circuit oi section 7. township 32 south. range 40 on Canaveral, IJrevard County, Florida an.! f
the St.t" of Floods, ou December 2 rd, ISpT, in a :Moore: reside out ot thi then depending in the cat. Florida but in pU'1ICse
cerUm cause in Chancery I and out of the State of
Circuit Court for Brevard County and for theOir. lie names the following witnees to therefore. : formed is to construct, (berate, and maintain ,
Stat of New York
cult aforesaid wherein Robert If. Jones 14 complainant his COlltiftlotmSi''siJemct'tipollnail the i a rail road and terminal facilities for
and Martha Jane Abbott ill her own right prove Front I/t commanding a vleic 'I ordered that *aill l defendant do appear
cultivation 01. said land. \u : :\1.: S.Sallis '' public n,>e and conveyance of jtersons ant
of William S. Abbott the hiil of tiledin 'I
and admmutratrtx complaint
the to
a* and answer '
John II. Sams of aid roil road shall ls located -
Courtney.Fla. The
died. John II Abbott, Thomas J. Abbott, William and of .'property. +
the river high the first Monday
miles thi* cause on
Abbott Charles I Abbott and L B. Dairson of of forty of ; Florida and
S. Abbott. Francis E. ; E. L. Gray .D. in I'revard County. ,
Grace II Abbott, Ben Hill Abbott James S Abbott. Fla. I January, bein:: tlio 2nd d.iy : I Titusville and'
George W. Abbott. Maggie M. Abbott, Robert T Narrows, and dry ; for health and i iI 1S&S ; otherwise the :*anuill be taken shall commence at or near ,
Abbott and Loton M. Jones, guardian &11. liter 33 S. C. TUCKEH Heater.OTICK. I as confessed and that a copy of this I run thence, in an easterly direction, ov r

defendant. I, as Special Master, will tellK beauty it cannl/le order be published in the FLOfi! STAU i the most: advantageous route, to the Atlantic -
cash to the highest bidder on Monday. FtbrusivCth. \ !: ;| Ocean, thence, in a 'Outh-t."a'tt'rly:
ls s9, the same being the first Monday m th ;: newspaper for three month r
mouth in front of the Court House, in TituiUr, :State of Florida, > excell (l. In witness: whereof I have hereuntoset direction, alon or near saW Ocean, to a

Florid, between the hours of 11 o'clock ..m, anti l'ountof Dade. )f hand and the seal of said court at I. point at or near the Bight of Canaveral,
three o'clock p. m., all the lollowinn described real notice that six months after the my Dade with a branch to Banana River. The
Take Miami.
the clerk's office at county
till' ate, t".vrit : an undivided one-half (l.: ) of KuXL. will be about !.",
three (3) of section number thirty-two ((3J: date hereof I will present to the County Florida 20th day of September. .. I). length of !aid rail road

in township number twenty0), south of erne:. Judge of Dade County\ final accounts Large Lots at Reasonable Prices 11S 1.II I r[ mill The Capital Stock of .l'Iaid Com1 -
number thirty.flve ((35): ) east, containing flay ai S4UO OO to be divide into
11-110 acres [50 11-100 acres), all which inentionr., and vouchers as Executrix( of Charles [I..S.] T. \V. F.vULKXEU. Clerk.I !1 pan to be each.
and described real estate is situate in the County 01 Moore, late of Dade County, deceased, II certify that the foregoing order i* a 4,000 shares of SlUO

Brevard, Fla. and ask tor final discharge as such true copy: of the original on file in theclerk's PIIIXE.\S. D. WEHHXV.HEXRY .
Witness band this 27th day of December, my I H. HARRIES Trn.t't".
my Miami Dade Fla.. ,
November lJth 18./. office at co.
executrix. "
K. IL LIOOITT, ELIZABETH J. MOORE, Write to CAPT. R. A. BARBER this September 29th. A.D.1887. J. TBEKSARB..
81>f'dalalter.. Executrix of Last Will and Testamentof I T. W. FAULKXEII.: : Clerk Cir. Ct.

Fletcher Complainant t Wurts Solicitor Charles} Moore, Deceased. ::1'IJu City Point 1' 0., Fla. I 2:>-3m Dade co., Fla. TI.S50S.1'I .


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SI-I el.'L COLl'MX. I I -.\. B. Decker and wife, of Montreal, ,,; -This issue: of the STAR containing, as .r FOR SALE. Indian River
s Fr I I i are now stopping: at Rockledge.The it does a yearly summary of all events as A tract of land on Indian River in the. I
Loch Ivertixinx meited in this column for five of Brevard. consisting of SS. ,
well a* all our local news, will be an county : I .
j (; eest* rr Im each. in"ert1u. No charge made for 11 I Snb-Tropici.1 Exposition will be j I excel-I acres; it being lot so. 3. and south halt Wa9hituti \% -nur.TITUSVILLE. '
lent friend \
'O send
case than cenU.A one to to your
formally opened next Thursday: the 1-th of the northeast quarter of section 35, FLORIDA

Fine, New Sloop; -riged Boat for II'II'Sale. I in-t. i]I furnish extra copies.: I II and lot X O.J.: being; the southwest quar- Fresh Bread, Cakes and Confectionery

to B. C. Willard & Co., I I I ter of the northwest quarter of section '
Apply -A party, who visited the Haulover on t'onittantiy on hand 'r.
Old Pecan for each I
man a :30 1
grove 36\ both in township 31 south range |
Cocoa. Sunday, hot aground and returned only 1, of your children. It will be the best east. This is a very desirable piece of j BOSTON FRENCH! (IKAHAMh" Lgl
i I MILK imKAD>> I.\HE:
yeterday.Harry. investment you can make for them. hammock soil of rich quality, suitable | po
} (..O(, ,'L LACONICS.iMn't I TO OKDEK
i I Peck pa.-. c-d through Titusvilleon for the raising; of all tropical fruits. Is ,
I I The Pecan tree thrives wherever the situated the Narrow Enos Parties. Balls. Pirnic rtcatrfpil for with Trrcare .
j at : near post .
he has and attt".twD.Htr ; Ni .
Benefit -
forget the 1 Firemen's Monday to Rtxrkletlge accepted 'n'lnt"1'ata.g "
; I !I Hickory grows, and large trees yield a office. Will sell cheap for cash. For '! Uealth: iiitict; Hf '-ra, r. > .'t*. JUT l>?it.r. 1
[_ Conceit WagerV.. Hall next Monday eve- a position as clerk at the Hotel Indian 'I I net annual income of $20 to $-50 each. particulars address Special Prices for Hotels, Restaurants,Etc. & nt

s Lm ning.. River. I Send your address to S. W. Peek, E. M. LOW G..l I..TR. Proprietor.. bioJ"t

,U: -Mr. MacMillan. of Eau Gallie and -New arrival in town fur the pat week 'i I Proprietor Hartwell Nurseries, Hartwell, :Sept. 3. Brockton. )las*. ..
Ga.: on a postal card, and get price list. I -POIlTs.MEVs DIl'ular'I .,
1 Tropic, wa in Titusville on Monday: and are follows : A little girl at Mr. Huckabay's I
1 I Cor. Main >t. :and W :.i-lnn;.:tou .\\,'. 1'" ,
"I Tues fay. residence and a boy baby at Ed. E>e- I J. S. McGlashnn
:Send your address to b. W. Peek, \
;4t Episcopalian service atuzer'1 Hall Courcey. Of course both are new years Proprietor of the Hartwell Nurseries, I II R. C. Scrimgeour, n

.t i'i next Sund2y morning, u ten o'cIl'k, standard I present .I I Hartwell. Ga.. and get priceof Pecan I TIN AND SHEET IRON WORKDone TWXIDKRMIST.Everything ,'.

i time. v for the Firemen'l'Un- t ree-. Lanrc: tree }bear from live toj I ."..
I fifteen bushels i ot nut annually which i to Onlrr on short Notice.Roofing .

,, -Mewr*. C. J. Hector. >. F. jiM, cert next Monday evening, will be ')n ale sell! for from three to fire dollar-per1 I and torale tor tho-,, that} >
Guttering a Specialty.
i iI
. S R. V*. Goode, Valentine and Minor, all of i at (;ray's' news !!tmd.ll re-erved ticket bushel. hoot and lisli in the Male ot rlornuFamily ... -

i ; MeHourne, wore in town this week.Mr. I entitle the holder to take part in the dance: 'I -- --- !i ii FLV. IT t.roceiies without limit "I t r..
good "quality. PaintOil. Uru-h.: y
after the entertainment. Reserved soat50et ,.
J. )[. under, of City Point attended Dry color-. Ac. Builder" lunlw:r,. or
e << ::. ; general admission, :>VtAt -. i A. i'KOsi fl2iii.TITl'MLLK Tableware, house FuruishingtroN1t'Oil .' ..
the meeting of the earl of County :> ,
the forthcoming stoves a -Iwcialt?. As in yearth! thaH .
Exposition, at
r Commissioners thi..t.. k. and paid our oft :
: '
KLOK11UKeeps .
110Y4I :. !
passed what you cann">t :-5 i:. I
i flee a call Tucday.The I Jacksonville, II. J. Titan, of ('ourtl1e:', intends in the other stores call on 1: '. :.. :.ut'1t: "
full ot metallic and wooden
ladies hold a meeting at the n..iJ! exhibiting his thorough-bred Jt.'f'-\'Y supply will btrance; if you leave without ''.. r

,; i bull True 111.)*?le'l Yankee," al''omrallitclb l Coffins, Cases and Caskets. iu" -.uit"41.1":1':" :at the -er\i.t. ..i ",, rp'ihlictor -
deuce of Mrs I>. 1... gulden to-day to ; t tI :" .
tIlt' onlyuwt'rotiii' ,
Jd.e'OW' and 'aU. bredonnathittHk. "''WlUTlLV'II' / ': \sii. u
a (
arrange for an entertainment to aid the :I t Funerals attended if .le ire.l. All orders l1lthl" the mare ;;'". ..
He will lie willing to oi .
hutMing of the n. w F.piscopal ('bur.h.I. I uromptly executed, and at reasonu- --
; them if he 1. PiaTt ii.\UP. Pr'i h m.w :
can get a pitreha-er. I @rffi /4 fJl. rates.. Em hd mill : done. \. lot
--IJev. J. liolton was in town this week, : ;' -- M iuw t t-I.: :
--L ('. Oliver has the lumber l.' I .
i.j K having returned from the ('onferem On purchased I .
" tsuad.iy evening he preaehc-d a very excellent interestand lease of Kn-ey "c Ilijr'lllw dur- I Ii A. M. Hamilton & Co., INDIAN RIVER BANK, ;
ing the past Week. He also has assumed l i, ': :
: .sermon to a very fair c'ongregation. I' '
J entire eharji' IIi tie! bu-ine-s (.f the firm <''i I TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA '1'iht.t Hit' 1'Icnrida.. :

-Tlae l're.beterian. (hurch is nearlyeompleted. L ('. Oliver..V (..... hi- pinnerMr..Ultert- I I : \I"j.-a! I lie ill.!.- Ill A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRA5-
: The plastering ha 1 been o..mpleteti .
: << !sun retiring. Mr. Oliver has been in Jacksonville I ; SALTED
: and the wind.ware in. Painting; i. '
for the past tVwilays seeking tmnsjMination Indian River h.i.ri: !r liou-r'.t :111.dd.l .1.a:
with tht-e-a-ing-and s to for more lumiier, an.1'p h"1'[ the ,,
1I.'-4''l1&tt'll l on IIt 111"1":1&;':e ter.n ; i-
: will"eomplete the work.A met with -ucc -s. ti4KIJ4G I'.uiikor]poru toll-au.llndlet KiSlL i .tllo\\t l on !lute dcpnits.1COOOO .
. i I I I"e..,' enjoyable aud social Kvenuig Alfred BishnpltI"4n.. vine-president '.

.. .]. 1 Party and Hop was had at Vagr s Hall, of the J. TiV IW.. Ky. C'o., was here I Green Turtle and Game. TO LOAN

Monday participated in It our folks .. < hi FitM-ehfc-s Ideal Estate.AtTyantcs
y young l last Friday with his postal car, and a f \\' 1 v
L;: ,'r'tertrill, red' "> i PI'IIIJll't\ld l < .in I'il at-
;111] ; including quite a numbc-r who are recent of his friend, who visited Roekleilge. lit i '. .
J POWDER i t'-Uti"l1. wl1.-1l..r) \ n It'::t IpIi. maul \nm ailable ,'olh.t"1Iln..t'llJU i.
a "iuitition* to our tt wi.Mr. 1 1.'ttl 1 oi in'i-oii. 1;
: f will, by request, deliver an address at our I \ inl.O+ paper .listNtllt.ttn !'

1.- J. G. Martin, of Mcrritt, while out new school building on Monday, the IHth : 1ts on all parts of Europe.liUMilisa .

. ii, duck hunting a Kw days ago; killed thirty day of this month. The subject will In i Absolutely Pure. : dune .It .!.!,.ksottlll< li'- .
; .. .i i Kerr.ioi', l'un"l-h'nt wth n.<1
I dock- at one shut. lie had only one shell .N.lf Help," and will l lk, n.l.uhkcl1 ,
1 ; I In- .P"W'1'\': : in- V in.11 i'; "fplln. i I>;, heertulh '\h'II'j t 01.ttJIUa !1.
. ,fl in his which loaded with No. ? ritiens.llobbiiisi I ty. -rn. njftli lift i w ho:.'-i'lli''ll'-s Moni-io !'II .
gun wa very interesting: to our .' : >I'u I tE T" Hallk..r.J.wk-) \ : .0
noiuiiil th.ui the oiiiiii.u kni'N : euuu.itle
!II Titnsville Indian River Florida. iekn 'ill.: .. H.l. Hit' '.1: 11.\i
: \
t hhot. Hiis eeins hardly |K ->ible, but his old in < oinpftition witn the nuutituilf oj I ..
. tirahnn"i jsh Us to announceto low testbutt wei ht, .iluiu or nho-phate I Uank. New \ oikBAYVIEW
word fur it is sufficient.Mr. .
the public that they have had printed Iotyders.ui.l lioyal Kakiiu Powder only in can-'o. J'HJVallt., N'.Y. 'I i:. !3. I'l lllPropraetor..
-- and )Irs. ( i. W. Mackenzie entertained ;oOUO ui COTTAGE
espies a "; -l'uJt. circularetting;

a few of their friends on the first forth the advantages Titus\ille and .i- I I FOR SALE, i Large Airy Rooms : Excellent Cui- INDIAN RIVER,

. day of the new year, Sunday afternoon and dnity.n of our C' ti1.t.'nwh... have sine. \"lll.t..t4'ts'tunnt: thit \\I1-r -..". .

.l: I evening, and served them to a bountiful friends! other Mates who be thinking Cane Millj I Tf'rJlJ" Luw.
; may Sugar TbisHI1knuwlJ House is i now open Baatlultat1Bathing. L.rttttlau ....aru.: :. :',
: reptutere their ctepartun.c..tOoi"tin: of all of coming; to Florida can receive a- I for the reception of quests.t th- Nt lMBtiou Ul\.-". xUlfta :fc IK t..l : r

. t j. the delicacies of the seaon.I t many copies, of this circular athey may j t) KVAPOKATOK.AVill ( > i cellrut limiting and >"i'luii|{.

It 4 -All those who have promised exhibit I I wish for distribution by calling at their \Lv Sold lienp. i Address : I*. KolK'r. liven I Fla.

;i i for the Sub-Tropical are requested to lor- "fli...... Call on them and get a few l"t'l'it..1 St t Lucia Hous -- --- -- ---- -
.. ward them t., Jacksonville llImOOjatd '. and help boom the town. iI I Lake Worth & Jniwr: U.S. Mail Route. ;\
I to W. Wilson Courtney
ISxhibib should be marked IJrevard County -.V large collection of treeand plantsand Apply I IMerritt's

Exhibit, uh-TrH.i..l. J Jacksonville I Island. i INDIAN RIVER. FLA.
exhibit for the Horticultural diplayof l'assenger" Carne l Daily to the hta'iof

ii I I with the name of the render.Mr our County exhibit at the vub-'iropical Lake Worth by hack, and from Then

. t : *, llestall returned from Sanfonl, were' unfortunately lout on the schooner ANEW USEFUL DIGRESSION. i IIl\"in;.; peen returnished i- now by boat to any point on the lakt

. i this week, after spending Mime very "Ximrod," during; the heavy weather last 11..1 for guests its under old the managementof and; I

. ;:1 1 pleasant holidays in that city. We aret' week while the this The 1 hi\" oId.... f., ru\ -t- a ,I U'.it<'11..... proprietor Alvin Hendrickson Proprietor.
tin way to place. .
I'l4ti .1 \\".r : ., ., ft .t tllljutti; 1nr) "t tit: I :
glad to see Mr*. R. back :again and note schooner was heavily laden with lumber at!: .'j' ..-. :" _,..,It. "l 'I itr-, (.I_ : ;
that the change and relaxation front bu;,ine the same time and as the exhibits were II :N I h4...>t t0dllll OIIH and 1'lp llor-t .14"ilei CUIKiMtlfl.t "ll <.1 F.uH'Y: UtX S It..It.1"1>il Stick Ojst J us. Pnine, Prop.t. ; .\. I.. llutrh & Son,

t *' cares haimproved her health. mainly on duck, and no room being left for : tiDi.erx .tll'l *u i-furtiiimt. "I *nnl>' aiiii Corsica
i tion.r} Scl"'ur.'k..t.-t and Will.- utlery Ht. ? Lucie, Florida.
-I>r. McCoruiick, of Clinton. Iowa, hasptmltaed storing them i below, they were either upset I IU/.: ih j>l4.>,'tl the 4.oat iu\ >,-\v st4 re, A\ ..tJiUldii I GOOD'MOTIONS
.\\"IIUt', Titu\ Hit., >uu are respect:: DRY
V lot Mr. Walker. North or thrown overlioard.Dr. .
a near tulliiiv'.tfU to (.all aiid e\aua.n>- thesou'r' to .au"l}' I ,

l i Titusville, and i it now erecting a residence j 1)1.. Price returned from St.Augustine : (onr-.tU>r not as WVTCH to price ml REI'tIlUNU qii4ljtwhetlier.V l'E'I.LTY.Latt'toot \ou bin.1 NOTICE i iA ,

which he will ii'.., this winter during his i! ; on Monday, and reportthat ajiir"\',-J Iustrnnl'nt.and l foul, auJ -( Hardware, Crccker Saddlery.
( years Incticlll t\pen -nt. 111 the \\btdl and j.-welrbutHJ >' Stationery. Family Medicines -
. stay in the "Land of Flowers." His two I city as being; considerably on the boom. --*>". I shall p.irv no painatakiiig to please as 1 New IJuMiiesHMHK.% in a line lot.a- Garden Seeds.
, i *In!. wilt spend the winter here also. We hear that Dr. to articles and prices ur UiiiairiUK&iid HUI F. TO ,
regret to Pric'intench MtBIT: FAIR ..H..l. <1. ut mill I-ATB.iKA... tion, forale at a bargain.; Call on
'l -The items from Minis were unin- j removing to M.: Augustine; where he will "'. ('. C. nn.\\\I\G. CHOICE GROCERIES,

-- - --- -- _. --- ---- PIU1TH.\ ,c :SWEET,
; teothmally overlooked in getting; up our I jI | practice as phy-ician and surgeon only, for I Hay, Corn, Mapes Fertilizers.

: paper last week, and as they are all newsy I Ia which he is thoroughly qualified. We HOWELLTITUS. I3tt: Titusille.!! Fla.
CITY roivr. "'I.()IUU'
yet, we gladly publish them this week. j,. hope he will meet with every suecein I I i

Mistakes will -sometimes, happen in a'printing i >:Augustine.:; .... Having being used to aprofesional _

i office, especially about Chri-tma- life of activity in London, BOBBINS & GRAHAM,

l t time. Liverpool, and other large cities, Dr. Pool & Billiard Room '.

... .....
", ; y -The case of the United tatl'S"So E. Price failed to find scope for his professional --

" P. for violation of the laws abilities here, hence his leaving our MAIN STREET i
Crouin. a: mail ,
. L'' i3!>timpro'in.tUWII for a more "lm-v REAL ESTATE BROKERS & LOAN AGENTS.
; carrier, which wa* first brought up at I". S.Joart. FLA.
is i : ( at Jacksonville, lat summer, has l I sphere.In i

, .11it' been diini*>ed, and Mr. Cronin is saved a letter to the UrevarclI"'tra1 Co., -..

any further trouble and expense' in the I \\". S. Keefersays as follows in relation t,> > Agent; in this section for BROW ':- .

..ta t" hi. Ice Plant iiix ENo TosIc-a Delightful: and exhilarating LANDS BOUGHT AND SOLD.
i .... Factory : 'It i is and has been
j ; Beverage.: Always on draught.
.': t.: -Mew**. Hall Ik.,.', yacht, the Wave our desire to come :m.II.3t( with you and Try it. Loans Negotiated on First Class Security at from 12 to 24 per cent.

mil bt.ith the Mb. of
I I"t' you by January. -- -
i h ; vrhk-h La been used as a comniisariatboat I
' ; I by the I*. S. signal Service, has completed machinery already under way. Wearc I -'IW..A.Et.NING- 'lis'ir'... l"ts in mpMly :,rr'iwiii.r; Tllwl1wiII: nd \.'-- "r- 1MI' 1"""

coming and work : ; cent in twelve monthRoMfinv .
to help with all. -
: 'i her contract. She left Titusville onMonday I you r IF; : t 1': cl tti ::1) H\ L't''MMNsKN
) F and we u.mttn., our friends and my axso- DON' ...-, m -te \..r'1 i a.l\.rt1"i.g to j'atali.eprizes bits in Titu-villo from s.'tl> up to S1 -via Eau \iallit.-ior" liananaKiver. l')r 11: ire turn ..t"l.Skills.. but sill c.nire.5"is ; '
.<< r : where she will be pulled up and !l Il.iatt"in business feel that you are all I I at .:J.''I. i : L..,:.. -: prl'hp tbt-ii. t., Bu-iiH ss loft- from S250: to $:*. ***.

J t t I.::- undergo a thorough overhauling. !i friendly to us and will assist us all you can.We i C. E. PONTIER & Co., P. o. Box L'.")
1.I' ; -. nr IVarce has been busily enteased will be with you as above and: if \oujcoultl i iI i I M:&.. boat.t: ; : or T.iini, [
? help us in any way would. lie full' i iI 1 b1)n: ).
overhauling the machinery of the t!
'. I I appreciated.. Thus at an early date we \\ 1.T1:1' 't'i It'y A. A. STEWART. GEO. M. ROBBINS. WALTER S. GRAHAM.

j !learner Pkolata. This boat will 1..1 j jlaunched j will undoubtedly have our ice factory. an j ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND Clerk Circuit'curt.. .\ :y. at La'I.. )Jl
in few
I a day to freight between -
1 ; carry : I IJ | established fact ""hidlill lie another imiprovement !'n'. n1', lir.rell, :-:1t..l:

t this place and i"'inis down: the river !i in the forward advancement ..i ALLIGATOR SKINS. BREVARD ABSTRACT OF TITLE COMPANY.
f?" thus relieving the lirkktlge from a prvfcttre ,..
our town. ICe welcome the arrival of Mr. HERON PLUMES
.J :; of work which the! will axon be unableto j jF' I j

.. attend to.Mr. 1 Keefer and his ociau-.. AND BIRD SKINS OF ALL KINDS Complete Vl'stiatK' ol Title Cuiiiisii to all luiid in Jli"ar

1I -The i\5es posseil through here last h ".ght :-i "'.t'I.i. '.;1 tit..1.- -, :.t '1'.1: a:."n \ count> 1'lurida.
j:1: \\:. \\ lM.'n. of Courtney was intown I,'" -Fm..t'net' }.a.k..I Ici'L.,l" 1ora
: Friday bt.undir other sections of thj . .. '.
tarth' r ; '"ii.l.'MI' t: '::1 'lI..r a.J 1 i > i L
t.; t>u Friday and Saturday. He came ; ; v "r..:, r. 1-.... ;j. ... ,_. Titles Examined and Perfected.
:'tate.s they made ridiculous ..
many .. .
1: 'i up to nu.'et1r... Wils4 and his little i r : ': .I' r I. !\ ';:u
i. statements of their receipt and e\j ensei Box 23O Titusville Fla.
:! daughter Iluth. b'thof whom arrived from ,
; ..1, :; I hall and license at their entertainment lu-rt: -
14-;:; 4i! la; Xlouitva Cauaua, on Saturday morning'strain. ; desire GRAND VIEW HOTEL
we to correct the same. The cash
'i f. ,u We are pleased u chronicle that WE CALL THE ATTENTIONf
; :'t1" of the entertainment'' ;i>>4.11)11.
: -
t: 1) Mrs. Wilson len>ks ct considerably better in .1 TITUSVillE FLA.
out of which amount they paid SlS.oO: for,
l .1 health for her trip t.> Canada, and we hope jH.-oplt' of Imhan River to our stock of < Iood-.
i the hall which amount included their town -u--- xhiche are oifenng at very close margin.
he trill continue to health. I
I .n enjoy good '
, i license and one-half of the county licensej -. \\ e make a -.eualty{ : of
Tie most locate! Hotel in
:: centrally City.
w 'j i1] -Mr. David Wtngood has Wen at They therefore netted $41.50.: ) Mr. Wager;
f:: l i ThtiKville the firs part of the week, arranging j, the manager of the !laIlaiJ $;..H) for li- -I- Groceries Grain and Flour

i with the publisher, the matter for cen-e, which left him :$6.00 for the hall. NEW HOUSE.: FIUsT-CLAsfe-: Hay ,

I'I J{ the IJrevard Exposition pamphlet. Mr. : These are actual facts. If the Dixie wish j I EVERY }{E. PEC'T. ,

rq Winjjood started down the rivereterday to entertain another house in Titusville, ,: Open all the year round. Table Un-ur- Un which we wll! give special in.u<:emeIlt'e card a large stuck oi

'. t .. and will leave for Jacksemville about the they will have to guarantee a new pro .: pa>*ed. Bath Rooms; Free. GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS, BOOTS AND SHOES, HATS AND CAPS, ETC..
: ; last of the week, where he will start in on gramme throughout, or nearly so. This :
I : Uaten V2.5U & 8:1.00 per Da)". Which we are offering low figure. Thus needing :she.; will find it greatly1"their
the duties: as the representative from suggestion is dropped out to them for their interest low.
I : to give Us a call as we are selling shoes very
yard county. The pamphlet will be i issued i oc.nefithould they think it worth while to : SPECIAL RAn I>Elt WEEK. We.will be pleased to quote prices at any time.

as soew a< pcxv-ible. I II I visit Titusville this season. J. -1. MILLER. Proftrietnr. E. :::.a. BB.ADY BB.O.

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