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 19, 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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IZrevard at the Exposition. LaGrange Loaves. County Commissioners A.: E. Ileyscr I :'1. E. Church, South, at Cocoa. I

C. T. Verbeke, of Rockledge, returned The relatives of Mr. and Mrs. R. W. and Capt. E. X'. Dimick returned homo Editor the Star
ADRIAN, MICH.: .J an. 1, 88. on the 5th.There of :
from Jacksonville on Tuesday, where he Wolf were among: the arrivals during;

Editor of the Florida Star: had been to assist the commissioners in the past week. i is !some talk of:getting an organto : PEAK SIR :-I am glad to infi.rUJou

I Three years ago, in a letter to the arranging the Brevard exhibit. Mr. Mr. B. J. Minis mad*) his final :shipment 1 assist in divine services-organists and all our friends that after considerable

STAR, I made this prediction, "In less Verbeke brought with him a fine large of oranges; from his rove at this I are already plentiful. thought: and great!: desire wet last

place last week. Miss Jennie Castlebury, cousin of anticipate having:: a church building at '
the a
orange growers on
ten years photograph the exhibit which i is
I than will be than Lawn tennis still continues to be the Mr. A. E. Hey.-er. arrived on the Dth. I this place. A beautiful and well-situ- t
more ever
Indian River located in a rno t prominent part of the amid will spend the winter )Ir. lIecr '
favorite at -
Saturday sport of our ) ted lot of land has been :generouslyonated.
located in Southern
thankful that they building, and is described as follows in young LaGrangites. :- :'. '
and I based that predictionupon the columns of the Xtws'Herald "The The people are all anxious
: Mr. .\b. Wilder has thoroughly
The young! ladies have unanimously: overhauled and willing; to subscribe both
a conviction that the same cause, Indian River exhibit of the citrus fruitsis clubbed Capt. John Sundy and W. G. and repainted his :sailboat, and money
material, and work and all whom I
riz. : the clearing up the country in the finished, and: all that is wanting to Day 'The Champions." hait again: afloat. As lung as the tides solicited, have promised. Thc town have is

destruction of the forest growth, which complete the booth is the dis- with him. he says: he can make some and like
vegetable Messrs..J. X. Feaster and Jerome headway with her new, many such places has no

changed the temperature of Michigan!: play. The large horseshoe stand coversa Twitchell are, at present' engaged: : in now. church building available for worship,
from record shipping from their fine Kentucky 31 Ir. P. Lennon had the misfortune to and no school house. We to
inters, thirty years ago, a space at l least fifteen feet square, and is : oranges: propose
Grove.Frank run a nail in his foot and con-cquontly build a plain, substantial church, to seat
hardly ever below zero, to an almost neatly arranged and cared for. Messrs.A. has been laid up for several days, but is bout 2tH persons, at a cost, when fin-

regular record since, to twenty or more L. Hatch, of City Point ; and c. T. Carlile was very successful in low getting around alin.anct: will soon shed and furnished, of from $1,000 to

below, would in Florida destroy all re- Verbeke, of llockledge, are the decora- catching, a large: wild cat last Friday he able to "kick"with all his mild-time $l.f>00.I .
liability as an orange growing: country, night; in a trap which he had set in his igor.; appeal to our friends and all theViends
that part of the State north of Orange; tors and managers of the display, with father's hammock ;!roYc. of good morals and religion
all sections north of David the commi.-sjoner Rev. Dr. Breaker a missionary of the
and even Wingood, from
county ; in this
Our undcrtakng.
energetic friend Mr. T. A. John- Christian Church us -
arrived the }
Indian River, would be somewhat the uncertain Brevard county, in charge. Tier after son. .Jr., has: during:!; the pat. week, been to look after us heathen. The on reverend 4th ; .
: ground maturing of orange tier of shelves contain beautiful specimens busily employed insetting: out au orange :gentleman: would like to start a 1 shall be glad to receive communica-
the experiences paper
crop. Have your and peach orchard for himself.: tions by letter to City Pointor personaly.
of lemons citron lere. if he could) the
. ,
. orange growers in the State for three oranges, grape- get necessary- at time place.
I rears past confirmed my prediction, or fruit and shaddock, and surmounting allis Mr. A. Brady i is, at present interestedin ourairoment.: He i is: stopping; at )lr.1'. The any following or will be glad to receive
the cultivation of his in the o. Spencer's.3Ir. .
not ? a minnturo garden with pineapples, property subscriptions :

Do) not the orange!: growers of Middle! Chinese azalias, abutilons, together with hammock. "'lth the improvements already Steflen has raised: smite fine tobacco B.I Willard Jt Co., Cocoa : Verbeke &
know that since the freezes of made, he will soon have the placein !
Florida this season on his: west side place, i.\on. Rockh'ge.1.: : l L. Hatch vV Son,
three and four years ago, and to a still palms and ferns bordering the display. nice condition. from Havana seed, :growing it on white City Point ; Capt. Pulditlnlcal11cr

greater extent since the "great freeze"two On the stand are plates containing specimens and land without fertilizers. His lockledge
The young ladies: and young men of suc- ; : or, uurtrub': ,
years since, thousands of immature of the native sour orange, the LaGrange;, who! attended the sociable, ('('55 has been so prouutzneetlthat owners JAMKS UOLTO.N, Pastor.

oranges have been picked and rushedinto Indian River sweet, the navel, tangerine, given at the Hiawatha Hotel in :Minis, of Wl' side land are now arranging; to -
the northern markets, to save them ualIeacd with the put in quite :m. acreage: to tobacco another Not
mandarin, and blood and were, as u exercises it Customer 0.'l( '.N."That's .
probable frosting possible oranges, a
from a or of the evening. season.
freezing? number of fancy varieties of the fruit. not a Sunflower, 1 want you

Of course this may be, and probablyIs The common Florida bcrgamot and Rev. "". X. Chaudoin preached an A: progressive: : euchre party was tn understand I don't ;grow Sunflowers

wisdom on the part of Central Florida excellent sermon here Sunday morning.: lucid at 3Ir. David Brown's on 'fhatsa Hi-an-thus, it's more like a Dahlia -
growers ; but where this must be :Sicily lemons, all neatly arranged, can His text was taken from the 4th chapter he fth, and a ;good time was had by all. than u Sunflower." Such were the

done to be certain of saving: somethingout also be seen. ofEphcsians,3mmdverse.! Ir.Chauduinwill Airs. O. S. Porter won the first prize words of an indiirnunt woman, when told

of the new crop, it does not leave avery Close by, on a rustic stand, a large preach here again: on the second for ladies, and 31r Eugene Dimick that "slue had a splendid specimen of Double

enthusiastic: estimate: of such aseetiou lumber of rare plants are clustered, and Sunday: of next month "for gentlemen. The winners of the Dwarf Sunflower, growing in her front
"booby"prizes were Miss Bells: Dimick ard. One acquainted with this flower
: )
for raising.
orange; : in an adjoining plat two large banana Mr. F. A. ChappeH's: experiment with and MasterVill.. 3IcCormick. Helianthus
The eflect of this flood ot unripe or- ( muhiflorus plenus), will
aiitfes upon the northern markets has plants, in fruit, add to the scene. Cocoanut strawberry plants in the pine land has SAM. not be :surprised the old lady's mis-

been to almost destroy the former great and date palms, with immense stalksof proven the plants] quite at his a success.homo :with In those comparing in the: ---- ---- take, growing:' about four feet high, covered -

refutation oi "Florida oranges," and to tugar-cane, fill the plat. In a l large hammock, he finds that piueland soil is CouHuls lon Men Versus 1'lur- with gulden-bellow double flowers
with the ordinary I about the size of a Dahlia, it resemblesthat
degrade them to a level Ida Shipper!
; frame, at the rear of the exhibit is decidedly better adapted to the cultureof
cheap imported article. plant very This little inci-
We have had genuine Florida orangesin shown a large number of photographs, this plant. We have seen, embellished with fancy deut shows clearly how important it i is

our market for a month, must of them representing different places on Indian The members of the LaGrange Literary range; designs: the circulars, of commission that every one having a garden or evena

the color of'a lemon, and but little River. The display is a creditable one Society are requested to meet at the merchants: whose orange business shrub, should own and study Vick's 1

Mieetrr, or with a dawning:!; russet hue, for the famous section church Saturday, J.'tnuarl't, at 7 p.lU., consists principally in such picturinys ; Flora Guide, publifced: at llochcster,
and also sour. represented. for the purpose: of forming a Chautauqua we have seen the "cuts"of great buildings X. Y., price ten .cents, and a due bill

When I taste ot one, and think of'a -'---- Literary circle. All others desiring to of others, whose only semblance of a fur ten cents worth of seeds accompanies

mature Indian River, I declare that we I Another Great FreezeWill join the Circle, are cordially invited to building is the "cut" or picture! Therei the Juide. )

would not iu Florida insult the reptile soon take place : this time in our Attend this meeting. i a printer in Philadelphia who keeps a ,

IT offering:: the like to an alligator.I : little Messrs. Morten supply ot "building cuts"with prol'crlllaCoi Haired Out.
trust no orange raiser on Indian : progressive city. heath.Thernmonleter chiseled out, in which is set the
River will be induced to a too early and Foster, of Kentucky, will put in an names, etc., of any ambitious (?) merchants St. Ieter'hat's your name ?
and at 70, and fine showers. There are other merchants in John L. Sullivan.
ice machine and cold
picking:: of his fruit. Fully ripe, storage room, on
that city, and we darea in other "Oho Yes, I've heard of you, )Ir.
sold every llox; of Indian River Orates moving from Sackett'sHcath I.
properly one of the river lots in the rear of the are :
Sullivan. You're
will the {five dollars Grove. cities also, who merely rent and occupy quite a noted character -
oranges:: net grower "
Coleman Market. CH F. M. Mortei down earth.
pt. basements or cellars: and issue stationery! on
a box.Is or Southern more. Florida the only place : and engineer are here awaiting the arrival Col. Raines is adding a kitchento his with the whole of the building above i "Swat I am."

lInt I new residence. pictured off as their store, when it is "A champion pugilist, I believe ? m m"I'm
east of California, to which we can look, of the cars containing the ice ma- "
for R. W. Black is lot of occupied as a warehouse, a liquor house, er world beater.
with and certainty supply, sweet chine, vhich was shipped from Cincinnati receiving a large "I
business with is
? If these seed a residence or what not These are suppose your me :: to
and luscious oranges sugges- Ohio, on the 3rd of this month potatoes. some of the beguiling tricks used to gain admission to heaven T"That's
tions have weight, ought: not every av- "
ailable foot of land be occupied Carpenters arc busily engaged framing T. Raines is planting:; an orange and divert foreign! shippers from reliable I what.
orange lemon grove.F. houses! like Pancoast & Griffiths whose : "Well, you can't go in. I don't thinkyou'tl
? The As it be
at once in jour part of the State buildingsetc. may a matterof "
building: is aid to be the largest fruithouse be satisfied.
latitudes B. Sackett is fertilizing his : :
North wants such oranges as your no little interest to some of our orange "'\'hv not ?'
and is willing for the first time. : in Philadelphia ; and yet their
raise to
can readers to know something about this "The receipts light. & .
desire be stationery is as plain as the Quaker element gate are too -
pay for from them the; while flood we of immature to and relieved machine soon to be erected in our town, The weather is so evenly warm, the of the individuals of that firm. Paul Globe.Krsi.iss. ,,

sour fruit Central Florida is pouring iiUHIU the will inform them that it is an absorption orange:: trees have commenced to bloom. There arc car-loads of oranges shippedto -- -- --

us: at anprice.. machine, and is known as the Messrs. Patterson and Wood, of the parties, grown fat: whose! place of : CHiAca:.
I been Little Giant," and was purchased DeSoto Grove paid Heath visit business will not hold a car-load of stuffTruly !
see bj" the STAR.Titusyilleha a : on EACOTT & Co, beg to announce that
from the manufacturer for this shippers should "visit the
i much\ during direct Sunday. you, ,
II'ru'iunr> / ) two years they have purchased the entire tin shopof
has been place, being entirely new, except that i it northern cities ; learn more and l lWK loge
MIH-C m\ last visit.i Titusyille before II. Beuecke and the two lloock less." IJrumley and Harrison, aud are fully
was tested at the factory being :
luj headquarters every winter but two brothers" are packing! oranges, at the -------,-. prepared to do all kinds of work-roofing -
for ten years past, ;\lHI. I feel no little shipped. Heath Grove. guttering, etc. Hoping to receive
interest in her welfare ; and while her Amtnoniacal gas is the refrigerant cannot but help admire the frank continuance of the patronage, and guaranteeing

citizens un alive to all other :good: in- used. Concentrated aqua ammonia i is The :garden truck on E. B. Wager's article in Jacksonville's evening paper first-class work, we are, very

fliu'iu-fs 1 trust they will not overlookthe put into a boiler or generator, made of plantation is growing, finely, under the the MrtrvpoUt, in reference to the Sunday respectfully, EACOTT & Co.

;great& benefit and; influence of your steel plate, and steam heat applied. skillful management; of his gardener. opening or closimr of the SubTropical --- ------
Aminoniacal gas is driven on": rising to Exposition. The churches flf
paH-r. No thing gives a town so
one j
A fleet of three lola Zulu amid
IIlUdl aid as a wl'lh'lHHluctl'clllcw'l'allcl, the top of the generator and pacing out that city have openly denounced! that The Vegetable lieefateak.
Two Brothers from the dock
pushed ,
and 1 Il't' 1 by advertising: columns into the liquifier (wrought iron pipe the Exposition kept open trom :2 PUt Tills! fungus (Festulina hepatica), which
stun- uf \our citizenaro :aware of it. surrounded by cool water), where it i is laden with the /golden fruit on Friday until 10) p.m.. and in reference to the subject resembles a great red tongue protrudicg
I hope tllet' early in February condensed into what is known as anhy la>t. 1' Ruhlman tV ('o., ot Xew York, << the Mttntpttli ot 3Ionday speaks in from tree stems, when once known can
lOll dious ammonia, a liquid whose boiling has: bought the Heath Grove crop. the never be mistaken for any other specie
it'! I escape: the dangers of ")1 illl1h' Florida. : following terms, even where its two
: is I'M3: Fab., and which remain --- ----- When young it is a dull, pale purplishred
; \\hore I wish there might; never be point I morning contemporaries seem to have
Jupiter. but Ix-coines: more red, and i>
another frost. F. I L :-'. liquid only under pressure or intense' nothing to say ill the matter pro. fir
.. cold, or both. From the liquifier this The telegraph has arrived at last. con. : through brown to black as it decays, the
-- -
under side is color with minute red
-\\\'IIl'I .; to inform Header that this liquid is conducted, while! still into uutlerprt'sun' \11' Carlin is building a stenmboalauding. "There' are many of this and points occasionally, becoming yellowishred
valve which
i inot but for to a opens a other as it It generally confines!
a tea-tasting otablislmumt ; distributed communities;; who have no grows. :
hrrttliuVation' that the theory system pipes suitably thud! salt An held las other opportunity to visit this Exposition itself to old laud often prostrate) oaks;
may say through some incongcalable as impromptu concert Vas> : but in Epping forest it is not uncommon
aJvanml by her is erroneous. It is a fact: water. On opening the valve the liquid night at the residence of Mr. Clenuneron. except on Sunday, and ou the lictch, and it has been observed on

nut flan-rally known, but a must important (anhydious ammonia) escapes from under there is a need for every one doing the chestnut, walnut, willow and other

one for making tea, ant! which all good the procure: and again vaporizes ; Mr. Waldrou and family have rented to, if the Exposition i is to be u sue trees. Although such a lar e fungus,
and expanding into more than a thousand frequently wei hin.from. four to six
loU'l'w't' tJuinU know, that boiling Mr. Amour's cottage for a couple omonth ees. There is no harm in lookingat
times its liquid) volume as it pa--es pounds, its growth is very rapid, soon appearing -
water I. M>$ its virtue the longer it is kept on through the conducting pipes, absorbs the exhibits: displayed. Thereis and again disappearing, on an-

UII use tin- The proof of this may be seen. the heat from the surrounding salt bath, The fi-hing for jacks is superb now. no rowdy :-nn, liquor drinking, cient trunks in the autumn. When cut,

ll fresh colil water- be u-ed, the first time thereby reducing its temperature down Three of us, in an hour, caught over a hor- e-radng, etc., carried on there, broken or bruised, it distills a copious red
below the freezing bu-hel. Beat that if can. awl if there is ingoing juice like beef gravy.
it you anything
to given point
rant> tu the boil it will lift the lid offthe any wrong "\\'hen grilled," says Dr. Badham, "it
kt-ulf, amid conduct itself altogether; in I point of pure water. Last week a party at the Inlet caught I in and looking at the fruits, is scarcely to l distinguished from broiled

an andcrtrcising Into this chilled salt water bath cans, a -aw-fi-h 13 feet long, and then had to flower etc., it is not apparent to meat;" and Uerkeley describes it as "one

1'riiamus manner, lulling over J I containing fresh water, are properly walk half-a-inile after an axe before they I many of the must strict moralists i If the best things: he ever ate when pre-

all its powers to extinguish the 1 I placed' and the water speedily converted I I could: get their line. I Other Expositions have been kept pared by a skillful cook." There is a very
fire: anti spoil all the polish on the stove : into ice.After. I slight acid flavor in the fungus when
i* when in thistate that it is giwnl for passing through this system of Quite a number of people have takenhomesteads open Sunday for the accommoda cooked, which adds considerable piquancy
pipes, which is of course, gas tight, the I on the wet side i between !; tion of throw who could not attend to the dish; it is extremely tender, succu-
making; tea. If you put it on the fire I ammouiacal gas passes out througha connecting Jupiter and the Narrows in the last six on other days, and they compos lent and juicy, and resembles tender

Vain: you will boil that you cannot pet it pipe into the absorber under I months. The land is well adapted to I' no small portion of Florida's l" ti- steak CT tongue iu a remarkable manner,

t'' boil over a second time, still less a pressure of about 10 pound- ; here, in pineapple (' expect to see zens."Xotwitlitanding. the juice it distills being in taste and app -
third columnof tin section blossom as the rose in a few earance like gravy from an excellent
; and, if you make tea with water ascending, it meets a deeending the
Of it should
protectsyesterday : broiled rump steak. course
ammonia, which has been
that has been simmering on the stove for poor liquor vears. the attendance at the be gathered when quite young, fresh and
hour, : forced by gas pressure:: (about 150: pounds: clean, and at once prepared for the tablein
you will have wretched stun"-not which drives it out of I Lake Worth. Exposition was large, and many
in the generator),
fit the Wti-h and
following dry,
drink. A good plan to adopt is to ee andover devout church to lie
the generator up through the cooler Weather dry. people were cut into inch slices half an inch wide,

that your teapot is thoroughly clean ; next into the absorber ; here the poor I Garden trucktill alh e.I seen among the number. There soak in scalding water for live minutes

rinse it out with hot water, put in a heapedteaj.XHmful liquor and ammoniacal gas combined by arc two sides to this question, and and stew with butter awl herbs; yolk of

of tea for each person and one absorption of gas into the poor liquor, I So is everyone in this vicinity.j they should be carefully considered egg may then be added, and serve hot or

extra "for the teapot" ; pour the fresh I are thereby ammonia converted again,into and pumped concentrated j I The Bon Ton left for the B. I. R. on i by the Exposition management simply scalliou stew and with parsley a good, bait steak and, pepper.Ilaidibh adding.-a

!toiling I aqua j the tth.The; before a decision is reached."
water upon the tea, and let it immediately into the generator to be Mechanic.

stand for from five to ten minutes before worked over and run through the sameproceS3 j east side i school house wharf is Xotice.

it into Never of vaporization, liquification, re- nearly completed.
luring out the cups. un- I To all whom it may concern: Arnold' Llinpty Niche.

any consideration, boil your tea ; nor expansion and absorption ; the same Machines ma- I Capt. Pierce aud family returned Six months after date I will present to the Honorable The bronze statue of Gen. Schuyler has
d( not always blame the merchant for selling terial lasting for months. home on the Illinois on the 5th. Minor 8.Jones Probate Judge of B re*aril Co. been placed iu its niche in the Schuyler-
working this way are called absorption f final account and voucher of the estate of vixe monument. One niche, which is
you bad or inferior tea, when it fre- machines, and are conceded to be the Mrs. W. II. Benedict has been quite JOHN E MOOR?:; deceased of raid county and ask always to remain vacant, is inscribed with I

fluently arises from carelessness or want of cheapest and safest machines in general sick, but is now reported as convalesc for final discharge PHIS as administrator EAR I). WESSON.of Adm'r.the aid the name of Uened [bt Arnold.-New York .1

knowledge in making it. practice. ing. Tlmsvllle. FU., January 19, HiS! Tribune. ,




t -
I Ia
,- capital end bow:. is practically ia tae It caliber: is .414. The Jar:aann is the on a pe.-ky stove. A Move is" :.ade togive jovial companions, who never :
HOW WE .are
MET. hands of the Chinese.-The Age: of Steel. rciie.itcr Ilf Norway and Sweden and is of warmth not to serve as a crockery the subject a thought, he said lust Ill ht
about i:.10 weight! of the Mauser with cabinet. The next step will be ar* coal You can adulterate food but cofft '
7, While simmer with her slow rtuctant feet 13
Went by. and lingering smiled, cs loth to partVLat ,i A!>nct Clear Kmoliers. hiirh razzle: velocity, and the smallest hod, art dishpans art potato barrels) and rightfully free from the charge. Pt."p

\ font delusions warmed: one lonesome : Some ci nr smokers invariably use a cilibcr, .:.3.. among the older magazineamis. : art nit traps. The plainer and less conspicuous who are ignorant say that the mixture A

heart! ; cigar holder. A big: retail cigar dealer The Kropatschek has for yearsbeen a stove is the better. .\ stove chicory with the delicious beveraire: : !1:7 :r,.

Though lives ty fate were severed,tLoujjhts; couldmeet ; says that smokers who use holders generally ti:.'od as a repeater in the French covered with these gewgaws is as out of jurious, but abroad it is demanded and it
: smoke r.anhat for her load forces France had place as a ci--.l heaver going to work in a is over the water that the coffee tlnukers
a cheap ci ar. There are exceptions -
, zna-ie modifications rather of the Gras dress suit Jinn patent leather pump"- are. The 'black coffee' served
So net vre, d-ar, as bodiless spirits ho"**t: of course but the rule holds .itw !U
'i:lo the of Lee Robin, Picard 'icr. restaurants is generally made .rt'i..l"
Old and were Llin.l, foreskins u(-t t&sna.rt good generally he maintains even among u system EuiTalo Cll ;: 'n: !,'
I Of hopes that hope cot and of tears that start men of wealth. Old smokers who stick a and ot'iers. prior to her selection of the the root. In Germany ;;'> per eeat." ,if

i From eyes which look what lips nay Lot repeat. ci nr between their teeth and like to chewat LebtL The Picard seems little ailocted 33n Who ''':1:1torIi.. chicory is ::' dl"tl.aI1t.l in France ,veer ,

j -it, as a rule buy brands that cost from by the presence of dust or sand. Portugal I doubt if there is a successful man in per cent In this country however but i
Here for then the "
day beyond sun
gone has the modification is used. New York Mail
Guedes. a of the percent -
the of New York whose dis nut
: Brief is the tray, and soon the journey done-- ten cents v.p to City: cents 3pi CC.-New city aaa
Kropatschek, with small caliber, .::1:3 Express.
a ,
i 4 And less or more of love why should we ct aI York Sun. darkened every day: in every week bmen
-I i surer and high: \"docitItaly was very rapidly whom he cannot afford to turn away; by

1 .. A good motto for a dime museum; arming her troops with a Yettcrli, men who want work for what that work Tho Hog* ..f Mexico.

' But Fate avenges pleasant things begun "Vfoaders will never cease.-Jude. changed into a repeater on the Yitali will bring them: by men to whose hands While hogs ere not raised to any i,.":\- j

And Retribution spares not any one, system, but will be found devoting herself the heavy shovel and the pick are extent in Mexico they pay agues p>tiut.
who steal their
And no gods pity those treasure.
Louise Chandler Moulton in Cosmopolitan. EUROPEAN COUNTRIES: ALL ENGAGEDIN : Henceforth to a small caliber ana. strangers, and who wouldn't know what to Mexican hogs are a cross lx-t\veea: the

REDUCING THE CALDER It is not alone the: advantage to be do with eithiir the one or the other; by Spanish porker and the wild hog ofthemountains

( gained by a tremendous volume of fire at men who have a rast. but whose present is and like the wood hoof
1 LODGE Or CHINESE MASONS.A a critical moment which makes all these dark, whose future is obscured; by men half century ago here in the !states, tht-v

The Advantages of a Smallerize l Iu1.1ef.cnrany's and other nations so eager to secure the to whom the temporary relief of $3 or $10 are rarely attacked by disvju-e. The

A \ Organization Allied Direct Leal: possible! repeating gun. They thor- means, oh! so little: by men who are average weight of those killed is i 17-
ly to the Well Known F. A. '1. Mauser and the French ou v..iy:: appreciate the vast effect on the clothed with the garments of despair, born pounds. They are fattened and )kul C1t t

. Old Masons were until late of the opinion\n..trla'* New Il'pcatC'rHhe {ILir's: morale of understanding:: that her ; of their utter inability to tind employment chiefly for the lard, v-orth accent, per

'r that no such a thins: as a Chinese > Well knows system :,rrl;,s ::t le.t a.oo.l a weapon as theo sufficiently remunerative to keep a roof pound in Monterey, while fresh pork cum-

i Mason existed. One gentleman said he ::.._- 1:1.t: e hands of the enemy.-New over their heads and clothing on their mands li 1-i cents per pound. Xne ;
, had seen Arabs and Turks who were good Two features in infantry rifles are now 1.:1, bodies, well fed.-Joe Howard's Letter. cured for bacon. ISacun is priaupaUv;

J :Mason, but, to the best of his knowledge, abs..rlI4: attention in all parts of the used by Americans, and is importni m.iii

'" no Chinaman was in the order. Nevertheless world t lit,' caliber 'and the repeating: r !.'. !ir!s a technical high school, built Making Valentines In London. the United States, bringing 4Oi-ents tar

t there are not only Chinese Masons apparat'France, Germany. .Austria by : ...jr :' ::t a cost: of $-tNJO.OOO, and There is one London manufactory at pound and sugar cured hams tilt I to ;;,

r but right here in New York there is En.'lan-l.: Holland and Italy are all engaged E-' .' :.. r a l"llot of 81Uv.jJU.( ( which the making of valentines goes on cents per pound. About five h.._-... a ,iay!

.1 a Chinese Masonic lodge in full blast in reducing; : the caliber, and here in Austria.'* Ilemarkuble diplomacy. all the year li is the headquarters fJrthc meets the demand of the city nf Ma'.

t with a membership of over COO. It is a our oI:!i country Gt u. Benet says; in a recent There is no tonia tha history the production of those combinations of laced terey. with O.UOO) pt ()plc. While :ue Pt't>.

, native organization, not allied directly toI report tliat "the question of a reduced and silver springs, mottoes and lit pie are fond of pork they cannot ailonl t.i,
word remarkable than that cf Aus paper
the Free and Masons but said vainer for saiaH. arms is now under ;
Accepted eat it. There no desire ti
of colored flowers and muchof uapn.vvtheir
tle bunches
tria. It is the history of the triumph of
I to be founded on principles very nearly consideration by the department"astatement stock of hogs by importations (
and of the work has to be dose by hasd. Tho ?
akin. which speaks volume Witha diplomacy over war, yet a diplomacy better blood.-Chicago News
fur instance is laid! facedown-
laced ,
for its paper
dependent always on
The lodge room is at No 19 Mott street smaller caliber are joined a steel cased power
,: a certain kind of military strength. To ward and filed away by hand, and the
second lloor. front, and has recently been bullet and a compressed powder, or but Udittir Working the Coiupam.
is German im-
stamped a cheap
it that the pcper
us though
seems undoubtedly
remodeled and refitted in very good shape, else more powerful powder, which heterogeneous character of the monarchy. itation. The valentines are put togetherby : Talk about editors having; hard tom,' .
all and cleaned. The give; 'titer range and penetration<< "
newly painted
I about the worst I ever had was when!
the of whom
.. which has always weakened its armies, is women, most: expert can an
whi; additional cartridges of the
furniture is of Chinese design i and imported : my and
other fellow
myself ran
dozen curiousthing u
more the surface than make three a day. paper 13Tennessee.
apparent on ever,
from China the : I..ltroZt: can obviously be carriedby
for the
expressly society > We
t about their work is that they substitute were so hard up that! wecouldn't
yet that, in a contest with Russia which
' tu-! tidier. This last is the
at a great A tall flagstaff !;
afford tire
a at our oflice
should take place acar or two hence, the third finger; of tho right hand !II winter
with a rope for running up colors, is on more important since the tendency to Austria would be practically stronger for a mucilage brush, which, they say, is time. and we actually had no warns:;!i
of the building. Above the door fire too rapidly is increased<< by the repeating -
top as Hut .
f than she has, been at any time ia: her history. useless to them.-Dostoa Budget. in our apartments. we were imt dtmayed. !>
one enters the lodge: room is a red sign in arm*. The Austrian armies have Why' Because we both had uu-
probably -
native characters Chinese Masonic Germany, in order to supply her army
signifying! -
'it t sustained defeats than other The cattle indntryof the UnitedStates: : anal passes on the railroad and there
t society," and down the sides are wit :t m-igazine: guns ahead of France more any
1,200,000,000. was nothing; to prevent us Uiaruin,.
il I j her Victories Erfurth. STiaudau! troops in Europe, yet over and again _
two long slips of red bearing mot- kept at .
paper she has become the decisive whose the train when it came through: u t L.
I toes. One of these is, "Do good to one tact .iuTzJe working; day and night: and power President John Adams' Wife. evening and riding on it till IUl.luht.
t influence, thrown into the scale has determined -
another" and the other relates to the liow hath has completed the arming; of the issue of victorious John Adams though; inaugurated) in Then we would get off wait f,.r tie n-

t business of the order. her troojw at large co>t. site is to liegin allover It was her union with the allies war. thatproved Philadelphia, was the first president to turn train and ride back again.; Wo 1.*.;

The interior is like most Chinese quarters aaiu with a new small bore rile fatal to in 1>13. Her establish the functions of government at turns on the watch. that u\- wit.Vu: ': t 1 t.

only lighter, and not full of odd because the French have :small bore.The union with us during Napoleon the campaigns of the newly built tedc-ral city on the banks carried past our place at 4 oYWit ;::1 1:111mornin :
' turns and unsuspected corners. Immediately present German repeating: arm which : of the Potomac. Mrs. Adams was the Yet there are wore (plan--:
Murlboiough is connected with of
on entering, one is led into a sort of may do tor the rt" l"funcI militia is the the moat of military firs president's: wife to occupy the execu run a paper than Tennessee.-Arku:>a\v
glorious periods our own
ante room and thence into the main or Mauler of sixtt't."u'tal'S" ago refurnishedwith tive mansion. On New Y ar':; Day of 1&01 Traveler.
lodge room. At the lower end of this a magazine: of eiiiht i cartridges, l.i:>tory. The power of recuperation she received<< with her husband the oil

room is the altar and a very valuable one pushed by a spring; into the barrel. Col. which she has again and again shown cials of the government and society of th-J Paper IJvdcIuthes.
after defeat has been marvelous. It is
it is, costing in China l.oOO. Above it i is ArbuMmot. :-uperintetident of the KnlieM no infant capital. The residence of Mrs Paper bedclothes are made at si tacit',ain
I an alcove in which a colored drawing is factory considers it the worst repeater he doubt due to the fact that her population, Adams at the executive mansion was but New Jersey. They are douLlrd: .-. ti

I suspended. It is not the least curious iiasecn.. It i< certainly both heavy and almost: entirely agricultural: has always brief. Her husband's first election wabj' of manilla paper, strengthened \\ alt :u :r....

I to thing in the place, the design leiug three ill Kilanced, although it has the advantage soldiers funii-lied while a vast the supply of hardy of her, healthy rural a bare majority, and his defeat for reelection and valuable by rea.--.a of the: preui-u
: masses
: figures, one seated and two others bending ; that a simple movement turns itt limited his residence at Washington properties of paper as: a non-cuntiiu .-I
fulk have the socialism of the
If over his shoulder. The seated figure :) a single: loader UI1,. it requires no new to four months. la that time, however heat. They have a warmth preserx.n.*
if i-. represents' the veuerablefatherofChiue-e- maull:.! .f drill. But it i is doomed beforeit towns. been less disposed toward revolutionary Mrs. Adams left the impress: of her power far out of proportion to tiu-ir thickness
than others in Eu
Masonry. The face i is heavy, placid, and has I Ufa re'illy used because a better changes; any strong individuality upon the social insti- and \\'ciht-Duston; Utlc\L.
f I adorned with a long; black beard. The gun is found in France. The caliber of rope. Patriotism, except in Hungary! is tutions of the capital and upon the domestic -
no doubt{ difficult for the inhabitants of
r other two are respectively the spirits of the new German rifle is to be eight millimeters surroundings; of the presidential
. light and darkness, who are supposed to which is only .313: ; inch, while the agglomerate empire. It is hard to oflice to a greater degree than did the Tile St. Andrt-auJx-rj; Car.arj."The .

be giving him counsel. In front of the that of the Mauser i is eleven millimeters, know toward what nation their patriot- president upon the official surroundings finest of all cinjriei..< is-ni should l>e felt. Nevertheless the loyalty dealer "is the St. bin .
altar lamp is hm:;;:. It is never extinguished cr AX! i'lt-h. of the ollice. Mrs. Adams inauguratedthe -"
of many races the Tyrole- for instance called after of the Harts : .
one t:: ui .i.i-
and burns in commemoration of TIIK LKilKT: IUFLE. social customs established by Mrs.
-and generally a certain attachment c.Cl'ml1St.. al-o: :i'-.
I the dead of the order. Another emblem The Ix-'V-l riHe, adopted by France, is Washington it New York and continuedin :
to the royal house if it does uotsuPI < .
of town of about 4.coo! IId.I.tantg '
is two Micks: of sandal \-od punk thrust cf only .:SJ! ? inch caliber and carries Philadelphia, and which have ht{'npmcticallj' name a
ail; the motive which armies .
) power the principal industry .fvlui( -
Into a box of sand. They keep smoldering e/;':'itt cartridges in a ma :lzine under the adhered to ever since. Amongthe .
need l.'Su.stri:1. from of the
many canaries. i b tit
Every iu
raising one
i away and fill the air with a faint but barrel. Its sharp pointed steel bullet, ladies of the executive mansion Mrs.
risks which some of her neighbors run.lllackwuull's .- business there, but there are certain
. street i'rfttme. okra the size! of a lea.> driven at a woiiiltrful Adams will always hold a prominent
: On the wall is a long:: board and on this velocity by a new smokeless powder Magazine.Tin ; place us a womui of extraordinary men breeders who I give it more part.i ular; tr. .

i are pasted a great number of sheets of i aI has great range and accuracy. The tal force alai a knowledge of public events and they have a great remtat t. :r- ,1.:1: .

: >er covered with Chinese hieroglyphics. soldier can carry nearly twice as many of : Koard II11I. beyond the average standard: of men in out Germany. It i is almost iIB.I..l.: '

I.. Tbcse an the lists of members);l'c.i ou in its small cartridges as of the old style.The Some time since a general, manager public life.-"i'.audolph'' in Philadelphia import the very lines St. ALitlrearcanaries ,
the Ne\\ York lodge. Near the roster trajectory is almost fiat for ranges found out that one of his conductors was Times. to this CUItr111" a;-

hang two books. One of these i is tent out customary with a consequent gain in running -hort in his cash reports a small snapped up by the bit \ !tticier-

I from the Supreme lodge at San Francisco, precision; the recoil is srarvcly perceptible amount every trip. lie was an excellent 'hat with Cliarlo Diclicns, Jr. who will pay as hi ISo :111 miU

I and gives a detailed account of a number and even the noise of the report istrit1no train manager, and the amount of his Charles Dickens-everybody calls him for a goal singer. Think oi a canary

of cases of those in distress and sickness ;. The French Prulon rifle is another peculation was not over 3 per day whenhe thuleDi kt'ns. Jr., yet, though his bird tinr tt15t1:

H .: and the whereabouts of each one who remarkable mall bore of .315: was on the road. The manager had father has been dead more than a dozen The Andreasberg trained e.Hay.-

needs help. The other is a subscription cl:!er. him watched very closely, and ascertained years-seeus to have struck his hearers smaller and more delicate than tli.u.

in which the various amounts sub- Italy htsasntallcaliber' rUle under conEidera'.iou that his conductor was defrauding the ,'cry.arilu..J '. James thought him no mon bird and its plumage ;e is n.t >o I dn.-; :

, scriljed are entered. At intervals these : in theinvei.lionof ('111'1. FredJi. company out of jut enough to pay his great shakes of a reader and others esti- and pretty. Hut its song is pt-rfc;i 1

two books and the amount raised are It is of .:tj; inch lx,re. and ejects the empty living; expenses: thus making his salary ma'.e.l lib repose :-.rt ltle less than the By judiciously mating te bir.N: "f tb

I' transmitted to the Supreme lodge from cartridge; opens the chaiiiiier and cocks clear l.t'fL' .;It:.. One day the manager valuation of gviiiiis.: I thought: him avery most Ilrulounc excellence tiit- I rare ",:, r>

i which the dependent members: arc relieved. the piece. Tile Fieri is of about the same called him: into his private oCice. mediocre person on the platform but prwlute ih"e 'r....
," sa1 i lie, on'L t'aluk this, son all harsh notes have !tt-+ :'
. bore, but of :a. greater muzzle velocity jay you in private talk he was more engaging. who ;
Meetings are not held upon regular t'-.i! !> !gun and the ebel and the udder company lj. < ben paying your board "Yes." he said, in answer to a question eliminated. The niu,ic which ties: ---' !:" :'.-

.1' I nights, but at Intervals decided upon by ht'iu: the most remarkable of the recent about lni.4 enough:" after he had told me how great a country fellows can trill forth i ex
, the dignitaries of the order as the necessities inventions in that respect. The IIl.erj "Make your.-t.Jf understood,'' answeredthe America seemc-tl to him to i he, "1 am a is all the result of the most car.r.i '.

; of business may demand. The members j very light and is of only .2!>u inch conductor: wIth some dignity."I nl'\; lml't'r man and always have Ijeen. Ibegan struct ion. A iierfectly traim-'J: nii:,-.-

are notified of meeting, held generally caliber. menu just this, that you have been with my father and for years was will always 1).1 its song \1 h :i iV.t

on Sunday nights, by the appearance The St-1'.nlhof repeater, the invention of knocking down your living expenses out sub-editor! on his; publication.- 1 am now faint notes, which sound l lk--' 11 tie: '

'j of a triangular Hag; at the top of the poleon an .\u-trLUl.: has l,eei tried: with nr.ichthor. of money i K-! .: :: ing to iais: road for sometime editor oflll'h" Year Hound and Household twittering of birds at dawn har'! wti!:a

top of the house. The flag is white .':: ':!;!hiiesji in KiulaTuI. It takes ten and we h;. .e iirov.-n weary cf it." Words." you are fast asleep. I is a nn-r"- .,:-' -

and blears>> the picture of a huge r.dragon; cnrir.iis.. iau utlacxit from a cardboardjox. "1.eil, wh;: are you going to do about "Do you follow your father's manner of ion of : :'J1.: Tll'n'i1 c ott.e :.1 : -
with its tail toward the There it?" the condor nacre si'j'sing.. asa still \"l'rfahltin oetavi-. ;.:>' '.'
, 1 ioint. are and can also Ku>ed us a single work: Yes, ill'l'r many resj-eets. I thl't. .
i -, grips, signs and passwords exactly as in I'ud'-r. It vi'itild cast leas than the KJ.;- m:1::.r <'f course, that hi.
  • eLarge always rt'af1l'\'try manuscript submitted: then higher and ten down a_ a.:1 tally : :l'-: '

    t an American! t... "The traveling:lrll"j l 1.i! Mariii-Hv-nry. But Kngtand.: : out of would f-low! i:: the next senttr.-. and by so ..tniJ1 have bound a great the tune increases in vJlu.t M.-I! : : -;
    f of this is '*! want to kow if sai.ry la large forth in all its rich fumes. NCV
    j society quite a curiosity in ii- the large:; iiutaJuT of magazine: gnus open your ;, many gash writers that otherwise wouldhave burt
    , self. It is a sqtiirc (.f red silk inscribed t-, her i.i trying I by preference the improved enough for yon to pay woes own Nmrd." been lost to n",. if the matter had t'orld.Ilan.

    1 with Chinese diameters, and is a document Lee and the e-Hurton. The hi :,.!Jll i.-.y: ImnM without gone into the hands of others. I believe

    highly prized by all its possessors. Lee. so favorably known in the United: any salary for .v.vhiU: ? nov.uti4" thet.'On- that the best: talent in the world is crushed for Heart Di4

    I :New Yt.1rYorld.. States, has a detachable magazine, :and ductor's reflection! ; to himself. ; out of existence because: no one is willingto Ai :':t.c lady tottered. trout uri rl: ."'. '.

    this is preferred by :some experts; but the iitli to the contractor's surprise the take the chances .f introducing it to car :' :>. !high building on Pi-tin av-:.-:<- :-,-

    V lVoj li of VeRrzat'laN ('a ltal. LritWi! .in:"'ircntly<< decide in favor of having tuivztr: told} him! to take out Li.-: train, the public. I do not care how obscure a after ut ree.nd11 grapetl.'i:i"iir-t: -

    Although tha Plaza Bolivar is open to tale! hosier ti\e i, lost: the niovableone !but not to chjirtre his board to'liL'ComIany .. writer may be, I always give his manuscript by fur support. She was ahy it'-: ':.''

    everybody, the lower classes never enterit should bo dropptn.1 i in tii. heat of action. again. A more honest and faithfulman a careful rt."IHlinIuff:110 News. gapped f>r breath."If .
    during concert h.urhut content themselves They folv! the movement for small never yes iu the employment of tho 1 live through this I will ?KT I I'.-;

    J with listening; to the tnuaic outside cali ers by fixing; on a .31 bore whatever company after that.hikeL'.uocrat.A Acountini; for I'cvcr. my foot inside an elevator a:'UI. -;..t

    the'r 1 have rarely met tl.y selectkm of the magazine rifle system. In a very iuteresiirg; sketch of fever wailed wh.1 at length .sKh.'i i' l ':' '
    Colored C !i ul Conic- ,ion.i :
    with a more < path logy in "The British Medical Journal somewhat ("mpe.ot.-l "That I.\.
    'f than the lower classes: *>f Venczuelam- cud long bullet will Mt-tire high velocity remeiuK-r h.'rwdl the tir.-t case Iever ." by Dr. Goodridge, the admission is dropped me fourth floor hk. :

    t, They are ix or and ignorant but at the Hat trajectory aul accuracy of shooting. hud to defend iu court." :,ly client, a frankly made that the onset of the characteristic rocket, and I declare I can't: get li) tr..I

    same time honest and kind hearted. Hohi Great lintaiu has had an exl.trien1cesorte- neirro had "tuck a hog.; ?ly hither left : phenomena ia that widely a ain. I am troubled with heart didoesand
    ;i-' lienes are hardly known in Caracas. The thing; like lieruuiny's.; since she had just me to make my own hr.ineir.4: : : and towre.v.le prevalent disease has not yet been demonstrated uiy physician has warned i.:e a.,'. .i --
    doors left introduced the new Eutield- IartiIi ..40caliber with ju.-ticc alone. "Jim these elevators. I really believe :.> d.-"
    ! # are open during the day, and -in a word that the proximate .
    \k even at night they seem to he closod only ns an improvement on her Martini- when you are called plead not guilty, and cause of fever still remains undetermined. ok liene has almost cost me i-:> 'it .

    ; for formality's sake, but not for protection. Henry, which his a A;t bore, like our ask for trial by" jury." Wht is positively known is that the And, indeed, as she walked

    . In my numerous !t.ndwalls Springfield. Over 11M1.1t)0 have been completed Yes. sah, said Jim. I characteristic elevation of temperature of away, it occurred to the reporter V..uiitr! !

    Ii through the streets at night not only in'I with new sword<< bayonets, but the 1VhenJim was called he stood up and the body in fever is mainly due to increased alarm, was not wholly uncalled f"r."It ',-

    Caracas, but in other towns, I never I l.t small caliber will supersede them.AfSTKI.V'S the clerk read in his stereotyped way the production of heat: and, besides i very dangerous fon
    'I n disorderly or drunken ivrson.! After 11 KKPEATEU. indictment i ending" ""contrary to the form tile increased<< production of heat, there is eil heart palpitation t t'uc rajridlyiaaa

    o'clock at night everything is quiet. The Austria's new repeater the Mannlicher, and .statute. etc., and asked: a disorder of nutrition, an abnormal disintegration elevator" said nci kavwa tae

    few tramways crossing; the city stop fires accurately and rapidly, and can ,e "\\ hereof are you guilty or not of the body and particularly physician who wa.iuterrogateil. ":
    shortly after 10 o'clock and at midnight hoi at the shoulder until its series ofcartridges = guilty:" of the muscular: tissue, evinced on the subject. "I have had patients of

    ,; the streets are absolutely deserted reminding are delivered.<< Its dctachabla s "Sah? said Jim. one hand, by increased excretion'of urea kind under my care who have been '

    :I : tue often of similar street with mu.rur.irie: is carried in a frame which has.
    houses in a city fr away, at the foot of an ingenious; apparatus for feeding tin[ again it was accordingly read, and to haps also by water; and, on the other proving very satisfactorily, by thou V' r-; )
    ; Mount Yl'su\'ius-Pmultl'ii.-R l>e Ilesse cartriu.v into the barrel. In its freedomfrom [ the same concluding "interrogation; Jim hand, by progressive loss of body weight. < thing. There should be some rt ''

    Wartegg in New York Sun ..1l'r.:'.ltoa of air.i between :sots: ant I l again rest'ended. "Sali? The increased production of heat occurring upon the Splat which elevator- .r'
    :j See here, said the "he is Pittsbur. i'-
    you judge: allowed to ;
    I.' rapuily: i I."* :M.J:. it resembles Lee, at a time when a principal source of declnt ,
    ;:'If Source of HIP Tin -supply.R bu' tae: !..itt-r can Ije used a ..a.o-ingkloalor :[ asking And; you if you took that! hoiz .r not." normal heat production-viz., the food patch.
    : horror Jim scratched his
    v.-hJ'' the Mannlicher :. to my : invested is all
    t.Austria but
    cann completely cut off
    ; It is not generally known that the bulk ,
    head and with a confiding smile: said: Grunting Their -
    ' of the product of tie j!; world is from the is jtiso among the recent converts' sah le. I tuck de must have its origin in the abnormal disintegration 8makes Lhway that co x-
    "Yes and
    j.-< hog: &o V
    ; Ca-sar K
    to rue small caltl,.r, which will allomore ,, of tissue-the converse, too,
    I'I'i'i' straits settlement 1'.c Malay peninsula ended 111)fir t lesson.-Cor. New OrleamPicaj..tme. arils die times betore their ccat *
    cIrtritles than the Maunlielivr. hold many
    or 1:1l"rein tl. :l.era part of Asia.The : original; -' may good to a greater or less extent, '
    the of TL. Styria: manufactory.., re there being thus action and reaction. And so they do.n.l so do thui. .
    mining .ant "blood tin who
    f ; not rock, and this means that it is taken cciudlers: to deliver no more t-f thi:: A Weary surfeit of Household Art. New York Tribune.A upon thousands of perscc thc .17ua
    make J
    I l.i.v caliV-r: ritles.U. their lives away. They
    :f from the lowlands near the mountain 'IIere come out into our sitting room, aches and puiai
    old with
    .! l.r.cll known tt-- Plea for imagined
    where it is found in seams or IMX kets, ten : systems niv uII"tchki.s. will you!?" said a gentleman the other Chicory. It is not t g, u'give I

    or twenty feet or more below the surface ChaileeiUt'ce.Viuchestcr,1 night. "I ju-t want to show you how art, A short, stout man, with a red face and anticipated d6treses. Anticipatioa bf ;

    i'l i i level, in the shape of or appearing: like C"l:: :;:ul Spencer American iiiventiou. can be pro,titutl.1. M> wife has gone audi : a happy laugh, is a person who has madehis the way to that looks for. we :

    coarse black .sand with here and there a v.-i i'.j: Kr";:;lhdlt'k.l'uerli.. JarnianrixuJ : bought a stove and paid 7.j;; for it-:40 I millions in the coffee busines on Vesey misery sick shall be fcick. I ta
    tI;:.or.. ii Europe Switzerland v.m::s street. He spends most of his time we are we I
    mixture of tin. The ore is smelted in for the heating; apparatus and So foi spare I it run Iet &
    Hi.- L:' t mi-try to fully arm her troo:).-' with the politicians in the Astor house ticipate decrepitude wi
    slabs of irregular shape at the mines and those nickel gimcracks and figures on it; ro- .
    wit: repeaters, adopting the Yctterii; tunda and he never was known to decline, Philadelphia
    sent to Fenaug and Singapore to be re- and these tiles jammed into it. I told her i
    whic'.i: is tliu heaviest of all the MaeMzitu J an invitation to drink. After taking what i
    smelted in regular marketable slabs or the had no sense of the fitness of things.. this continent
    i gtu., wet lim ten pounds t:1bt.auces. !I he has accepted he invariably munches I' The first steam engine
    blocks, and at the same time purified, and .. If we want nickel statuettes and tileslet's I axandul !.
    then to be shi l\l.'C.l. The tin minh nv,a six ounvcs wore than tae: bu$ 'r have 'cm where they belong and not; of coffee. To a select party oi, was brought from England .




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    THE FIFTIETH CONGRESS. bearing before United States Commissioner Roth Dead. j ii i
    OfIn. POINTED PARAGRAPHS.Topics Wonderful '
    Thompson. The evidence against his was ; AXNISTON, Ala.. Jan. 1C.-An affray occurred Cures.W. ,

    l I.d rroceedlngt of the Legislature for the very strong and he was held to await the action of the Times Given in a Terse and Yestl'rdavafternoon in the olKce of D. I ..t"h I".! and Kei j jI

    Thirteenth Day. of the Federal grand jury. Yesterday Spicy Manner.Ji 1( the Parke House, between 1Il Williams i I tail; Druggists of Home Ga., says: We :'

    enof In the senate the president's message on one of the attorneys for Peteck! received a i low f, v c-.ii Jagaia- ,--a.t-T3r J:! proprietor and P. H. Evans, resulting in the"i have been selling Dr. Kings New Discovery "

    ofOf territorial affairs was presented and referred : letter signed "A Penitent Man." The writer PtvtirSw i shooting and killing of both men. Two by- Electric Hitters, null Kucklen's ,i

    to the committee on Indian affairs. Dills confessed the robbery and inclosed $'.0 of the ;' John Swinton is seriously ill at his resij j j T standers were wounded. The dead men both .lrnictillvefurfu+ years. Have never ': S'i '
    40 from this committee and money, saying he had the balance. : leave families. Williams the hotel
    were reported a spent dense in New York. i was proj j j handled, remedies that sell well :
    introduced by senators. Mr. Mitchell TheTiter of the letter is unknown. The i prietor and Evans and wife were boarders. as or
    :41d number Smallpox at San Francisco is i ?ire such universal satisfaction.
    epidemic There
    1 and 3fr. Dolph spoke in favor of a naval station -j Ij prosecution made no effort to fix it on i and Williams made objections to them some days f !
    daily. have been wonderful
    some en
    Peteck. cures 'ct'tl .
    : and words hail
    on the Pacific coast. Mr. Reagan, of ; ago, jussed between them f
    i Snowstorms and blizzardi by these medicines in this
    1dat opposed the educational bill At 4p. 5 : are raging in city. Several 4. i.
    Texas, :-> Eaten '
    by Hugs and liuzzanl. Dakota an.l Minnesota. of
    m. the senate went into executive session, i >( >undiy Games in Tennessee. ca.-e* pronounced consumption, have /;: 'i i
    t and at 5:10 p. m. adjourned until Monday. BIRMINGHAM, Ala., Jan. 11.-The hali- Miss Richardson, Mo'ant Gileatl, 0., is NASHVILLE, Jan. 1J.-The supreme court been entirely cured by u>e oft few bottles / ;
    att. devoured remains of a supposed to be believed to have been kidnai>ed. of Dr. [ 1
    t.Ie In the house, bills were introduced until 1 to-tlay decideil that the law passed by the King's Discovery taken in : 1
    white '
    the announcement: of the committees, after j in old were field found fourteen! miles from here Archbishop Lamy, the first Catholic Ushop present legislature prohibiting the playing of connection with Electric Bitter We .. .

    18 which an adjournment was taken at 1:10 vourcd an Sunday. They were so doi'i Mexico, is lying very ill at his resilience, base' ball on Sunday is constitutional It is guarantee then; llw:1\. .. Sold b,' all dru' '' .

    m. until Monday next, to enable the committees by animal aii,I buzziird- to lee un.recogniZ3.Ne. :| in Santa Fe. i thought no club will be organized in Nash- ; stores on Indian Hin r. n -F .
    p p. Xo !
    1 t to organize. to his ideutity. i Mrs. Ji> l'hintlllmon., of Cleveland, has ville this }'ear. The managers of the late _- -- --- ,
    .8! -- been fined ?1W! and committed to jail for : team' claim that without Sunday games the er
    i Fourteenth Day. A COMPLETE TRANSLATION OF THE j 'i Give Tlirm A Cliancc .j
    1d i contempt of court. :j club would not pay expenses. fI.\
    1r In the senate a number of memorials and CLICKS OF THE CABLE. I __ "
    Frank Savio, an employe of DlJd'e''s japer '1 MisN.sipni Legislature Indorse Lunar. That is to say, your lungs. Also all .. '
    and bills
    petitions were presented introduced mill, a; Delphi Ind., was caught by a shaft ; your breathing macliinory. Very t
    them Mr. Sherman's to invest certainfunds JACKSON Miss, Jan. Iti.-Both houses of
    among and I
    I.I A Iovemiit in I'arN to Establish instantly killed. machinery it is. Xot tin larger t
    I.r in the treasury, and to establish a bu- More the legislature tixlay adopted a resolution i

    reau of Adulteration and to regulate and Friendly lU-latioiis net ween France and will Hal, Ileid. the actor and ex-Cincinnntian, viewing "with profound gratification and j! air-pa.-sages. but the thousands ot little .
    lioghi at his
    prohibit tho importation manufacture and; Kussia -DyuauiiterV Trial I'otpouedLariouOther the Minne. oal'C fit'twayears'service in | pride the at of the president of the United! tiling and cavities Icadingi'ruw them.
    1r otitate prison. States in nominating our distinguished fellowcitizen ; When these are clotrired and choketl ,
    sale of adulterated foods and .lru;.. The 1 I |
    ; senate took up Mr. Brown's resolution to repeal Foreign News. ; Printers vat the Louisville Courier-Journal : the Hon. L. Q. C. Lamar to a i j; with matter which ought not to be there, ._

    y internal revenue laws. Mr. Brown addressed LONDON, Jan. 14.-One of the latest fails in struck IKCHUStyiiest'tting, narhin had seat on the bench wf the supreme court of J i y our lungs cannot half do their '.. :. -*:' '* I

    the senate. lie was followed by Mr. Paris is the attempt by a few enterprising 1 been introduced in the ollice. the Unite.1 S_ tatl'S."_ tl1tl what they cn. they cannot do well fi .

    Vest, at the conclusion of whose remarks an, and patriotic souls to inaugurate in a mild New York stock exchange has iuanumteil: Veil Forty Degrees. i| Call it culcl.l'uuh. croup, pneumonia, Vi.I ;

    } executive session was held, and at 4-X the form a sort of KussomanLi in the circles a raised war liHi alil.t; < for the bucket o. lOP.;,,.and liar DEXVEK, Col Jan. 14.-.ill trains on the i'catarrh! I. consumption or any of the I tarn- L.,. ,

    JI senate adjourned. which give vogue to now ideas. To bo sure campaign exjenTeun \--. : Union Pacific are snowbound at ColmnbtA, l j Illy of throat and. nose and head auditing jfjj"

    In the house Mr. Baker of Illinois, resigned j it can hardly Iw expected that Russian cus- i Street Barrett, convicted of the murder of 1 Neb., and none have arrived here ft'r thirty- I! obstructions are h HJ.H ought to mi "
    his i* sition on the committee on |toms will lie adopted to any extent in the ; was sentenced Driver to tw'Tullefson liange-l at :iiuueupolis, six hours. Santa Fe trains are also blocked i Iu' trot rid' lOt: There i is just one sure k:.;:
    The committee ; on Jlay 11.
    claims. on accounts, through j French capital even in deference to the edicts ; T 1ew York i and from twenty-four thirty-six hours be- J way toret rill of them. That is to take 'Sb '
    its Chairman, retried a resolution designating j stock exchange has det-Lire.1 !
    of fashion. hind. The Burlington road is delayed only i j 1 Host-hoe's (Jerman; Syrup, which
    the committees entitled to war against the bucket shops and has raided any
    ; emlltJyell'rk.i. i a few hours. The fell |
    mercury forty degrees druggist] i
    'm The Gaul has a horror of fund of lOlIl ; sell you at 75 cents a but-
    Mr. Perkins of Kansas, ottered an amendment tea \thich he ; a ; < to carry on the war.rt'. hero yesterday, and is now about zero. i tie. Kven *

    providing that every member of tot, never drinks except as medicine, ami even 1 Michael Knarst, a carpenter, ell thn iugh I ----- -- everything else h: s tailed l

    house not the chairman of a committee shall p[ Madame Adam, who heads the movement to a hatchway a distance of eighty feet at Allegheuy. ,: r"I",l. ;Suh-TrojMcal! I-I\i"i.-tiuii. you, you may depend upon tin. tor cer'

    be allowed a clerk at HX a month. This draw the two nations into closer sympathy, Pa., vms horribly mang'led, and will I JACKSONVILLE, Fla., Jan. 14.-Viorida! i ij { tain.
    was ruled out on a point of order and I i die. ---- .--- -___ --0-- _, __
    : could not succeed in making tho Russian.| j sub-tropical exposition, the first oi' t::;> kind |

    changed so as to apply to each mem- amovar" tolerated by tho \"i itllrs.I I|' At Columbus. 0., Mrs. Lasker p-sintl coal; ever nttempted iu the world, was ":,'n"l i Their IfiiMiics Uounl1u '

    titer of a committee. ()i :a motion to recommit Despite the praises lavished them :(! oil over herself and set tire to it ;i-v Iher her Thursil-ty mornia;. The t xiuoitloii '| 1'robably nit'm'timing has cau
    a lively debate followed, during which ;' upon by huslkand got religion and she did /t.. :vie'WI. ; ''is tle result of the > irc.its of ti!:.' 'i ,nl of i a t'ncral"i"al of trade; at all the drug

    necessity. of a clerk to each member was j jtliscussid. some of the l est critics, the works of Gogol, :j iTunjuenief j fleets of this city. .\ monster ,..1';.-: started j|' stores un Indian liver as flair giving '

    Finally the resolution was and Tolstoi have obtained few :[, At M'omit Gileud. from H Istl""t and
    recommitted ', fueL tin ul'ilnt i i pmceifail i-j t-te ex;nisi- j\ to their customers of free
    with instructions to prohibit! the 'nsulvrs in France, and one look! at the Russian ,i mother-in-law drove Mrs. Ai-kiy c'a v :'. a, '| tion building to tnl:<.' part iu th otvnins: ; 1| away trial bottles of Dr. New so many I'

    chairman a committal from using the alpial would be sutlicicnt to deter thee :'J I bride of four nnxuu to absorb a fatal il-K.- of; i i I ccrfuoieA mrnbcv; of I lip:ii>uuislieil : fur King's DUeovery e

    committee clerk ex(vpt on business of th average Gaul from desiring a further aeI I i ai-seuic. | t iesLittf r2 k part in the procti .11. including j j Consu niMtion. Their trade is simply i

    committee. The call of states for the iritrouctioi quaintaniv with the language of those whom :: Altxajid Foster of EvansvtLt: J.-'ii( Uens. ;:c'hoti-'l i and Terry, lr.e-.i: >r t'..rry, ;i 'norm.HIS in tin- H'rlluahle. article r ,

    ) was ivaehed, and at 5 p. in. the 'the future. It has suddenly d-iwned upon J' members of the police boards of iut.iirvs,.. >| city aiul cinin'y oSlicers. Ten ci, --liesof, never apiMiiuts. I'ottphs, colds, atlij !:

    Lou. adjourn, !. 'the French miiVl after ail interval of more I five cities. J 'Foi'i-lit st:Ltroi>p.s and a uuuilier .I; civics j i ma, bronchitis, croup, and all throat ant

    nru.utU Day. 'than thirty years that it was an ungracious i j The tUrtivn gas compares in 1J.'Inre i oosuiL: iti.'u were in line. The .-.I- was 1 1' lung' diseases quickly cured. You can JL!'

    In the iiate. meaag.'i from the president act to curry away the few articles of lxx ty ,, said to IK. in proivss of l"Cm"ll.tti.1J1!: i'-.toai r !profuvly docoratedaal it .;iui : 4aat test it IK?fore buying by getting a trial *

    oa minor topics wire mvived tmd \'Terser lAn appropriated from the: ruin oi ,Sebastoj:, ;gigantic) trust wring i:;,'XJ;>,OJi> xvnrth of '!; li!,0,51is- son; l th, Iii';, i '. -t rho, i j bottle free, large size 1. Every bottle ''

    adverse re| ort was nude from the |mstoffice i' 1 and the appeal Madame Adam to restore 1 property. i iV c'x'Clsitiu; buildin.j. ex-(rover*!,': V-:: ;'}'un i I warranted.

    o'limittec the i the sphinxes which ornamented the facade ofthe \ *. R. \Villioms leiiveredthe orati.:i of t:. .!ay an : _'+v- I .. .
    on resolution fur the nj>- proprietor If the: I !:.rki-r ------ --
    .-.f select naval violin the city ou tli- Black o.t.'a. house \11I1.toU.. .\}. 1 r.ior Perry fonnaily h.':ue-l :::1. tf'>r- '
    MtiitiiKut n committee on thepiKtal sued II. H.1v:1 : ", a' i C. H. M'OTP,
    h.l..;mtth. The resolutionvos indefinitely ( and which have now stood for three decades 1 boardt-r and desperado, killed each.; ':,-.. i.s a 'i !priTl' buildim;;s, whicu l'.''e.- ... .':'A lI ;
    I in the gardon of the Tuilk-rics has acres ground :11'.. iiileil with 'i -
    excited i :M ; :U.S"lt
    .ostpowd. Bill pistol tight.Mts. : 'l
    were introduced an 1tlit'li j
    | much nttt.utiou11.1 li-j--lay of Horida .. .; \
    comment, mostly favorAble i ro U'-t- 'j. :' r.
    the c!ir vt tax bill va taken from thealciilar Mary Wii.-ox of
    .' ul considered. Amt.ulbu'ntH're| to the project. einninitted AllheJiy, i'a., I > ivals, sugar, sY'l&. to.Kc.- ">. il.|! UAIUDUBSHl.rOx.! : l +
    lby h--r 4
    cutting throat!
    The (- ".; and. l>ell of the church : S j borticultural exhibition. '
    of St. : : '
    projNiv-d nr.-l vot nl ..'\". At *! ,,' (ek the with a table knife. Sb. b.kt! tu 1..1.ttl1! in 11 1.i
    \' CL uluuur, t4x, which are respectively at the uep!:*n-.t! !he: n- i Iii .
    laill'as i.ii.l 8si t."itb few minutes.Charles !
    < un amen.'- (want a clean and easy shave, I
    Hotel[ Do Cluny, and Notre Dame should
    iH'-nt 1""Ilh.; btrrillg all t' m. not I oll, ex-.tneab el' Un.Iwru.i of i As cleau as barber ever gave,
    Inn'st"'urt.avs the utudanie whose lien'I'ah'i..ti.u
    tilf.lvitliin six year TinIJistir nut luiti-wl Germany liar lieen !public! works of (Cincitnuiti w?:s taki r.v tlw The stn,n'*pt frirnd hip.s have beet 11;| Just call on me it my .saloon, !:

    t .h..ti.tlliIJ: W:'" tiiiv'ii! uj, after S nator evinceil b}' her apjK-als to the riots t, penitentiary oa Tluu iy to serv. u .v .-..L.'u.atH j farmed in lautual {Diversity, as iron iiI I At morning, eve, ur afternoon. tt
    \ ('handler iutd iULrulu.t u n-solutiou dire(.t- tsiraci.eallllrrurla c.tsajKii ) two years.Brukcmen. ).>t strougiy unites by the fiercest 1amtultou G i ij ,
    ii inusi.
    iiif; the judiciary committee t. investigate of \'a11I'r. No one can K.',%' esH.vially that on the Slt),ni I'a.-iiic raiuxwdhave j I'll cut :anti c >itih your hair with gracej
    lie stltn..JtI:1! ] of the (-. lore l votut t he r\-- any impropriety Uvn doing) j To suit: the t"tmtnar..f, fll'I
    in this your ;
    restitution, and who can l"n"t I that carryin"i'unLS" ;. *
    viit fl.--tioa at J4t.S'ItI.1i..< Mr. Wits"ii'', .\ Teacher .* ::::; ," o! tui uruljf '1'trdrll I'll "* i
    llus Lt, and particularly the city of Sebasto- at half far,'. Ihe olliivrs of thanid give a ;, siinpoo, r ||
    oi' MaryLtnd, sjx te iu Oj} ;.Kitioii t. tn, el l"i 1'01. will hawt'stubye: -i the prtu-ticu. y'elodtti-.1 Ntw Creature.. ; The art of which is known to few.j .
    gratefully tad:
    ("It i,11i'11 l iL: Mr. Cak;+ Umk tlie floor next recogniz-j indication I had an ugly boy in room
    of A freight train the t )hio : unruly my j
    good feeling on tho part of the French on: & N I
    and n: :;:!: the s..iit.went into executiveM Moo I( i trouble than all the
    'g me more i
    I tioii tardy though it In. The ties which e/n nuroii.l! went through a tiv.sjie at Co- I!, ] 1l i My seissor's sharp, 111rtznr's keen,
    i i'IL Tlie ; ;'iurioa of William F. | rest (If the class. the differ
    wen d capture in the Crimea have Ihvaxns hoon (}., 'Il.':::!l.Ili.j.i'I..r w'veml cars and obstruotin \1 through My slum i is a ways neat anti clean ,
    as MVA-tary of t.I' interior and Don !' cut grades of the gr'mmar shu.f
    large j
    the pixy of the moth, and the c the tiv.-'c; for several lies]]]'. i 1 I And.everything !I'm sure roll Ii find, .
    cannon wee .
    XI. l" "!;1! -*n as pj+,strri.isU general Wt.NJ't..c".l ? |he bad been a terror his teachers, and j f
    melted into H,'. iicCosii's! j To suit the taste and the mini Ii Ii '
    | gaseliers, which light the Boukvanl rt"iiguation of the oiiicv of I please
    favorably and at 4:45 I+. m. tho ,I ]he VIM hurried on to tho next teacher i{
    .!; SSelastopol, but the sphinxes: can 1 prcsidmt of Princetoa college was not acted J
    siiiaUadjimrtUHl.. i with !
    and J
    .. .. reach the Russian city just in time to ornument i 'UflOH at the i"!r-tillti of the committee surprising;; ariy pT iiou And now to :..n.ho patronize intend,
    la th11lu. > the urgent tistfl.'ieney lilt wr'puiie.L as I ;lie never lacked prr-nmtion. When Just come along and bring friendAnil )-.
    the new biiillin:; of the ballad club, \\"t."Ch..It1oUwr meeting wi!!! l e held' ] your i
    Tlu'eail states hcriicil him 1 if Xemesis had
    of um..dfrolll
    was I"t. .-) fel as \'r-- 1 I t" Urt.n I will try
    yest'r.Lty. Tht mtnittee on IQukiu MOW nearly complcbvL'n : < Jl. I ,tlkll ini*, :U1 just how to control him :Iy'l'r K-st to sati f..: i t
    i .\ grumbler iii the Miss may;
    Figaro sxniksof the Anna lieu!, of Newark
    and currency re|) ;:' IWneh ouinoii lost in Russia in l>lv mvl --:.:,tA1 dojnriges for breach r
    tit' ;i--su< of cinnilntin notes tthe National 1 now of pr nuisffrou : was a problem 1 with. For ,; I t
    IfcmkiiiLC a>s.citlioi. The house at I ::IIJ p*. j j in tiie court yard of the Kremlin at Moscow, .\'!.' U'a;ner, a fnithb1". M. '., several; weeks louUl'Stl'was til' terror of tho ::nuH'sh'lH! Xttt'e.
    and asks if the czar has shown did 'uh > Ix'\ i t!I' niu-stlaa! atid ki. .l 1 h. '
    any rjt
    iu. n a..lj.lrl..t i iit a i room, my reputation for order ..t\ItUFFII'tat Gainesville Fla.
    __ : ant gol ,
    to eston them
    i position but the probabilities 1 pump. j and dignity was, 1 fast disappearing i
    > '(-litli iI3. I' arJ that thesphinx'S. the cross suid the fistalrp Four diivcrms of the Ani"r:ui Loan and The! boy would lut fel obey unless he felt > Neevcinber0th, 1HS7. J '

    In the si"iiat<' jietttions were prt .".;to.1 i I j will go back! tj &.ha.t'I'ol; j t" idling, says Trust coaijusny.: : of New York, h t '>' l1-.i' n? I[ 1 like it: mid punishments ts had uo etl't !: Notitv is licivl) tiivcn that the '

    bills. hit r..luce The resolution illtruJul.t"llIJ !j one French journalist, a Lssoa t,) Genuauy, ehurgiiK ttiisiiintgyineiit Piv>i,l -ut Ila/ ird (on him. He Wl there, he knew vv'ut 1 toll-nviiK uauw,1'ttler has filed notice I

    :Xlr. ('handier for an investig.ition of the: !" where every tiuiiU-lpioce: In'aiN clock: tok"lI' says they "-sigo."tl K-t-ause tbl': 'r.Ut! R 'tbl.r': he had a reputation to sustain; ho of his :>it<*ntioii to make final! proof ini

    rwviit Itn('.;.tl suppreMiion tif the colored vote-!i from the invaded pn>viiu\s in the war of ('':,trot. 1 it by several years' curio api.i i. hi.rL
    hacllu'uel I; support oi tiul, and that the sai.l
    in Jack. sun, aIi.,., was adopted Icy a party"tA. ts.u. Th I',">-i.ylvania railroad cuvn-wy v.-ill 'plication; to vyrua:; solo;, anil he meant i' proof. l k. made h.-fore .\. ,\. Stewart
    ,- : ,
    after a statement ot th circumstances j i 1"11:1"1111'; !:et.' build au t levateil railroad in l"ias. jurg to to maintain it at ail hazards. i |Clerk Circuit Titusvillc '
    Court. it [" .
    by Xlr. C'hasiiller.' Mr. Mitchell spoke on thrslriru.m..l L' 'II, nn n:, Jan. I *.-Tlie pope IKH received the 'l'lI"tjltt'J""" The foal will do uway withgrade I is, unnecessary to narrate his pranks. ,!' :n i Fcbruarv,. 17th 1 tiS. viz : William, ,
    emigrants, t'specially tho (Ii:'- [ crossings, alll ac'.H.lentsvil! teacher has hail such boys, and will j jreadily
    i British l'il.t1"m. w'l tv -re pres sited by the many ;j Kvery ccI''tceva '
    ih-se. Mr. Stewart followed him on the S 1mt'uhjt.1"t. avoided.Hunt this one. Every plan I F. IJiXIIII, :. I U. S. No. 1721 .

    Afu-r half an hour's executive- address Duke Norfolk.i'rt'.l' lh..l. The to hint 11,11.0.| by rcplyiui the i'Ugrims to an tii ry & GantT, San l>i"?n, Ca!., are 'evolved recognize fur the regeneration of the boy ,' ;,for the southwest ', section ;;iJi, township .r

    sion tho senate adjourned nt 4.I:, 1,. m. said he. felt grateful for the interest t : suet, by the assignee; of th" ImenvtiotiaJcompany proveI uhortn'. 'lie wouldn't reform. 2t south ran;,'e :oJJ seas
    ueeii \
    In the lMniseaundversi' report was m:,. l' Victoria: took in her Catholic subjects, and of Mexico, for #!OI ,:M)
    of the bill to limit the time fur the payment I i prayed for her prosperity, with that of her ', claimed retained by them while n-.ccnts 'cure. im not ash.u!e
    i of claims against Clio r nib.I Ststtcs. A bill i; nation \\ it: m he love I mid admired. He! the ('lllU' my. an accidental plan, fur it wr.s one of those i cultivation{". said land viz :

    1 was ': *..- tixiag the p'luilty fur rohlvry 1' |> hoped for the nv.t* ratioa of peavV between The Indiana IJcl1lOt'.".tti(. c'.L'r'..! s- ..tatioii unexpcctetl things that philosophers tel ,' Walanc" Das tier. .] ulln .Jenkins,

    burgl-iry nUlllarc"tu\ the liuliaii Teiriti'ry. the dhTcrei*, jKtrts of the ki>:;:d'"iii, and tliat i.-i sv-ssi.>ji at Iiidinnapoli .. :? "l'>.-:
    Tin bill to authorize National lankstuiacreaM : the irritating mestions. which: now divide it the ati uhusti'iitton and tlwt. -, .;It'' .-how Idisco\ered that he was icterestetl ihs n !| ,of 'titra, Fla.X .

    their circulation to the par value would l+settled, and r,'.''-III aud equity take iviu-hdshclJ that Ti.i'-: tuv warm sullxrtc s : drawinir, or rather was interested in [ ;: ; S. t' TH-KCK, Hc il'tcr. t

    of Umds dcM.itcd{ was tilibuNU'ivd out of their plaiv. of Mr. CKvtiau.i.An : I fcHetchiutj inld bits of scenery, or objects: [I ___n____ __ __ _"_____ __
    tli lt', and! went over. The liattle-Jlag resj j -------- in the rl'T. not even his rei i
    ulution calling for nil rresix iileme on the fit'/'Ilt n J 1'c'l'lt" Xt ht.BlmLl. t ', teacher! who omitiut school. {TtCJ:. 1 1
    Ilis,U"!t Gun I'.oal V<> the JWUP.I.I 1t'te wt:
    subjectvas adoptol. A favontble ;, ., Jan. 14.-The unarm gla 1 resolved to
    report cmjH.'ror slept I xiK.x, Jan. t.-The BritUh boat anlure sc3. 1 I I'ursuant to an order ot the 1 Honorable
    was mad on the resolution badly last ni ht. lie had a-i interview last- ;j Forrester, laden with mtrineH. has gun star l make most this use talent-if tali i Minor S. .Jnl1l.... Judge of the County
    n..Liu lu information \ Lug lulf all hour wit 1'/i::.' 11'ce il'stautester i > cut it I :
    ct ncerniug warSenate !;| for the island of Lewis td quell the disturbance was-ant s one day, \-.11:1: was i C"Inrt, exercising probate jurisdiction

    r\lni, ; bill for the up]>ointinciit of I I-lay.. I among the crofters there. in my best Ual s\veetest mood, I uskedth< i i 1 and tor Urevard county, Florida made

    a fish commJNsiouas passetL A bill vnnit-t- i! Advices from San lle m.> say that: the teirU' if he would not draw a'plan tor',i on the "th day tlf ..Jal1uar.1. 1SSS, in

    tiiigmtiug or printing of second, third and i I crown prince's throat coutmues to improve, j I II ?'n KUin.A'jpiin>t CLritian'. some shelves I wanted put up in my the mutter ot ai application{ to i''lIltnd

    Cuwth1:1.4 mail matter was ivpt>rted. A j I His voiiv is good and !hi : heilt'i cxtvhVit. : CONST AXTINOPLK, Jan. U.-The ix rte has closet. lie a.s>cuted, and the sketch was; !i Irl.\"anll'olllltr, of Frank Smith deceased -

    message frtim the lire ideut was received j! Ile lH+th drove and w -.ilk',' 1 t..-\.). !; received an uncial dispatch from Jeddab, neatly ant accuratcluulc.. There was to pay the debts e.f.aitl Frank

    trait eiiitttn. the iavititioa of the French i\ Titling* uf MuMiey. ', denying the truth of repasts of a rising I a new l'II!: eyes anl a new 'xpr"sion :j Smith deceased, notice is hercb'siren

    Swvenmuiit to that of tho Unit A! titate5pu'ticipute J against the Christum-:. on his face when gave me the paper !; I the administrator of
    that will said
    "i Bcuux Jan. ; as j
    I 1* -Dr. Schweinfurth. the | |
    in the Paris exposition of l"';:* i on whieli his were made.
    drawings i
    l. African writer from Cairo j -V l/xueruu estate, on Monday, the oth day of March, p |
    iXKumemorate thj taking of the khtiht explorer untl T I j jilato ; l'CI) l'rc\dilin; Then 1 advanced slowly and cautiously i| "to JlouortfJIeJliuor

    ::O p. nt tue hou,o ailjouruivl. of I>e.vmlier :::41 tliat: the news that j Ix)xoi'x, Jan. 14.-A dense fog prevails I needed soiic- maps made, following a i .1.U.1rsS.spply
    1 :. Jones. Jtulgc of said fur .
    --- -- tUllt'11.1.1 reached Kmiu Bey had arrived i ii an the (coast which i.; increasing, and new inveutitmof: mile in cartography, and i j county an :
    s c.\'nh't'uth It:.),. :. at Cairo More dclinkc advices exiwcttvl !I the ilanger to shipping is considered yerJ.gI"t..a ;again I employed the terror, and again the ; order empowering and authorizing me to
    sell the farms in lirevanl Flor-
    In the
    scuate lHl'ml.ruli0 \t shortly. The
    result was
    encouraging. maps were
    ida. known as the Grant Farm Place, ant
    and the dint tax bill was taken up and disj j models of neatness and precision. I !
    Dynamiter* Trial t\ !ti"t Hl.LOXIHIX Uobln-d Chile Lying Head. the Fort Tierce I'lace. and which arc i
    cusses|. ;
    Uiddlel movtvl tll go intoexecutive Jan. 11.-Thomas C IlUl, {lIrI[I O\\IXUSVILLK Ky., Jan. !:>.-.\ bold an-i lrke hinj, .and exhibited the '! more particularly described, as follows :

    .\ session, and was defeated on a tcute. 'emerlyof I"owell. Mass., and! Michael liar mysterious robbery is reported from Wyo- maps to tls and called for copies; '|' All those pieces or parcels of land known

    feated, the voiitl attempt was also tie- kin, of Philadelphia, th.' e.ldynaiuiU-rx-r, j ming, a little town six miles north of this' None ever llUalcl his, and his joy was as Grant's Farm I'lace. and more particui -

    Lamar object being to get at the j were arraigned in iiri again to-day, and lbl'r.. Jesse Atchison who was decid- (0:1.1l te.W i larly described .B lot one, section three, k
    llom Vance made tho continent of .
    a were studying Asia
    tariif teeth pleadeil not guilty. Their trial was I edly the wealthiest man in that community' to'vnship thirty south range thirty-
    speech linens resolution and the
    onr. to terror never had his geography
    abuli pttttpouetl until the next Sl's Ull. j died a few Jays ago. A gout share of thaj 'eight east containing forty-five anil
    internal revenue Mr. Gray sj+okeagaiii.t lesson learned; but when I suggested that
    old gentleman's wealth! consisted of tea Iye.1..h oU-100 less lot four ill '
    Ili.- j acre more or
    the Blair lied I'roia \Vouiuls.I'AKIS it ;
    educational bill and at 4:Ui were to keep up his reputation in
    i a #A>d deal of which he always kept
    p. in. the senate Jan. 14. M. 1. ilrawini! he draw details thirty-four, township ttvent3e -
    adjourned until Monday. ::" !Im.l, director of | about ; must the of tb
    the house, and the has it
    : as ,
    In the house, Mr. Hatch reported his hill the telegraph school i-.i ti;' lunilevanl S t. country he was sketching, geography beM ninth MH th. range third'-eighteastcoit-
    to on the nUht )Ir. Atchison lay a corjise th sixty-tour and OU-100 acres more '
    establish experimental agricultural sliens. aGenuain. tlieil to-tlay troin the effects of the thief came a l1l'tul)- to him and Le easily taining
    evidently well with h '
    .\ bill was Ieasi.t permitting; writing wounds he received a fl"wlays ago at th> j acquainted lt made excellent progress in this branch or Ics ; ami the northeast quarter of the 't
    entered and stole an amount of
    anti printing on second, third and fourthflass hands of M. Mihuaud, an (U' lt'CIa who s>hot i To do this he had to forego some of his northwest quarter of section three town-

    matter. The private calendar was: him with a revolver. i money variously estimate at from 1.UOJ to ,. ':fooling business," and it was given up hip thirty south, range thirty-eight,
    taken | JOUO. There seems to be not the slightest ,| containing forty-eight acres more or less c
    up in committee of the whole. Mills, i simply because he had something more to ;
    of Texas moved an adjournment until M ouwy ]' Left for Llverjiool. ; clew to the perpetrator of the theft and uo [his liking to do. i and also that piece or parcel of land iu 't

    LOXDOX, Jan. 14.-Lord Salisbury loft to- : one is susjiected. ,!sail and) State known as the
    Ito was voted iK>wn-yeasSi-, nays 15i i I j In line and to the point, the terror came county

    Hatch Missouri, contending for considerationuf day for Liverpool when he addresses a A Fight End in Murder. out of his chrysalis state a new creature i j Fort Pierce Place and described as lot

    the agricultural exj erimental staj!j meeting. He made several short speeches at CHATTANOOGA, T ml., Jan. 11.-.\ terrible His old wnys were left, and he resell ifour;j section ten. township thirty-Jive

    ion bill. Mills explained that ho had told< \;; various stations along the route and received j tragedy occurred in this city at 1 a. m. J. adopted the better method of doing and !. south range forty east.containiug sixtyn. .

    several meuib.Ts there would bo no session I numerous ovations. i' D. Barnes late partner in the boot and shoe living. From a slouching, unkempt, u i!I f four and 00-100 a'cres more or less : the

    on Saturday, and exhibited couth shambling horrid boy, he emerged entire acreage of all the lands mentioned
    great disappoint-j 2H Five Americans Arrested. ; house of Barnes & Nix, fatally shot Lew I
    talent and at his defeat. i Te'' into being a neat tidy order i j being two hundred and fourteen and
    temper Enough \j I PARIS, Jan. 14.-Five Americans were Owens a large capitalist, who came he respectable I
    members finally changed their votes at Mr. arI' 'loving, painstaking and industrious < >! GO-luO more or less ; for the purpose ot
    j i rested in this city last evening for : from Lebanon, O. The two men had a desperate young
    Hatch's suggestion to | j man. I had found that there was something ,; paying the debts of the decedent Frank
    carry an adjounlU1elltat ,i tion with the recent robbery of HesmeUn'sI > fight and Owens cut Barnes with a't't
    5:15 p. m. I II knife before being shot.GinHouse he could do, and something he liked Smith, as shown by the schedule attached ; -
    store in the Boulevard Madeleine. j
    (I jewelry I to do and that was all there was to it. to the petition filed herein, and all

    Held fur Robbing the Malls. i! Donned the Prison Garb. I Burned. I I By doing something worth the doing he I'I'i other debts which may be properly

    BIRMINGHAM, Ala., Jan. 13.-Thomas M. i I DUBLIN, Jan. 14.-Mr. Wilfred Blunt PINE BLL.F, Ark., Jan. ll.-Last night, had no time or liking for doing what was proven as charges against the estate of '

    f eteck, the young man arrested last week i quietly donned the prison garb to-day, and II III twenty miles east from here, the gin-house of not worth the doing, and mischief becameno said Frank Smith.D. .

    for stealing registered letters from the transfer I has resigned himself to performing the duties J. K. Hanley, with ten bales of cotton and I longer the object of his existence.Wintbrop .- I 1*. SMITH, Administrator

    mail clerk at the de,ot.had a preliminary 1 and obeying the rules of the prison. t+' ntv tons of cotton-seed wa burned. j in American Teacher. 3S-4w of the Estate of Frank Smith.



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    THE FLORIDA STAR. permanent residents to come +I him. He says that the objectionto ; a Bncklen's Arnica Snlvc. 'MALABAR CIGAR' FACTORY

    and cultivate lands and t him that he stood like a': The best salve in the world for cuts, '
    our i was : II. (.. Starch,
    PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. ( bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, Proprietor. 1
    make homes among us. we have ,i stone wall for the government and t I sores, tetter chapped hands chilblainscorn Manufacturer of fine

    ELLIS B. WAGER, Editor aM P blishEr. thought it advisable to open aeon- against. the I corporations and syndieates .. *; and all skin eruption: and po-i- me-tle Cfear-. Trade "uf'tht"tl"ith Havana: and g

    I I tively cures piles or no pay required. hand madepmK, .
    tribution fund who Ordtrpromntlv:
    or more properly were con-tantly-tryiiii; I satifacI t', j
    It is guaranteed to rice perfect "
    81.:O ..\nIlUln.En Factory Malabar, Fla.
    per speaking, a subscription fund to i to grab portions of the public do- I}1 tion or money refunded. Price 2.5!: cents .ti

    rel at the Pot Office at Titu.. 'ill a.* start the work with. Every one i imain. ,, per box. For sale by all drug stores:: in 5,000 BnddedTreesForlt i
    Tituaville and on Indian River. .
    Second-Clam .Vatter.A knows that any work of importance i I In speaking of the Ex-Clerk the .|I
    I .\ Low Prices. -
    these: day requirea: certain :Savannah Xnr* says : "Doubtle
    inch In space24 squares I f I 60,000 in rr
    SQCAKEis one Nursery.
    make a column. amount of cash to start it rolling I' Mr. Le Barnes is a much greater l t I W. H. J
    Apply to &HAHPE,
    I advertising rates enquire ofthe Editor ahead. and give it the desired momentum I man in his own estimation than in CQ
    always enclosing a two cent stump. <| h> & OO fits Point, F.1.
    to keep it going onward i that of any one else. The wonder & P P r __ ---
    .... -
    -v .
    i. THE STAU i i' the OFFICIAL new-paper with the additional aid which generally i ithat he doesn't -ay t 1.if it --(* Q ........ H NAt M1.\'t;
    I I t-I .....
    , for Brevard '*
    county.fllLf I{.I follows a "irooil beginning. hadn't been for his care and watch- N c .....,. 0
    1 I n '
    ,I "Anythinc that i i- well bi'::im :s'' fulm: .... the Interior Department !: 1"0 .....,. 0 A6EKI 1

    !I JLUlO IO TJ iMLJr..U'A TD may R TV.' nmn fcCo'aNewspap rldvt' \
    Adrmislas Bureau(lOSprac*St !: I
    cuatracu in-/Le iaado fur it I3T A tW YOUK. will answer in one respect to thi- It'j muddle that it would have been ;( jrn aii.irts
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    .'1. The-Star has the Larsc circulation object, though the final work of our 'unable I to transact any bu-im: p
    i of any paper on the East coast of I'la. immigration: society ia long way i whatever. Doubtle-- there are a .J luHPhJp CD p.., iVj 0 Hauler P. < )., Brt'afc.ll.IUnt:. Fly!

    r in the future. To start this move- i good many clerk in the departments (! L1 h; N 0 0. CD I

    '' :. r-:1....,. c+ Ul roil si LI:.
    ment it suggested that perhaps : in \\ ahinton.; who arty <;

    U!'' Important Jlcl'tln SlK( ) could be raised but we believe putud up with the notion that: c+ t-3. t 1"P*' 0w 'oJ.. Land on Banana River in qtuntitir; .
    ''I A citizen.meeting will be held I d to :"Ult. :
    : that double that amount can be their services are indispensable ij i W At-3 .
    ; at the Court House Saturday, January CD Htl- and Lot in Titusville.

    contributed within the next month j and are surprised, when they are .....,. O CD >- Y < ) all size
    e 2Ut, at one o'clock standard I Hi < > CD illS I oun= range: anti price, In
    or two, say by the first of March, at I dismissed: that the government J I .- 0 CD III : quantity. Sour Stock.
    ! time, to which everybody is invited. 'CD H .5 LJ WJ I-K Vlx
    farthest. As soon as this amountis continues exi-t. It probable i -- k: f-A CD.T JJ a Four Hail IJ*>at-, of & capacities
    I J2 K... Lcr
    (n -| .
    rai-ed: the proper officers and that Mr. Le Barnes did furnish i ,..j 0 Tn w. CD fferr One Ducking: Iloat.ALSO. 1I
    : The object of this meeting is to I !
    committees of the data which the op..g.Qrn : l
    can go to work in earnest some: upon
    devise ways and means for opening I-- > fD o. tT1 + f |j BOATS, to Let by day or longer term.
    and know will President relied in his
    , we they so. writing messages J
    road from Titusville north tf 2 0 i
    a public o I Enquire of
    t, through the hammock to the county We will acknowledge every amount but it is nonsense to suppose t'1 c.+ 0 P p P : P. I). 'rI-:Si X.

    that i i- sent to u-. by keeping an that he was permitted to shape the rj v P ft* i Titu-vile! Jan. 1. *ss..
    , line. It is of the importance -
    greatest A CD.....
    ; open column in the STAR, and policy of the administration with crq c+ t'1
    citizen within 15 H
    miles of Titusville every should be pres- 'I publishing the names of all who respect to the public lands, or anything crg rf 112'-" ; T. .:eVIS9IDELMONICO :

    will contribute as much as SI.CO else. "' 0
    ,it ent. We must do something to tj H P Sf I HOTEL
    or more. We recognize the fact The fact i is Mr. Le Barnes is a Republican 1 P M 4 P
    make our town more attractive and r'Ul P H 1
    that times somewhat hard and of the | jyr j-
    are politican most partisan -
    <1 P P
    the magnificent hammock lands I o p CO.VGA, INDIAN K1\EK FLATerms .
    money not so plentiful as it mightbe kind, and wa: constantly: mak- CD fJ P
    r north of town, must be opened. 9rp@ Nrwiy Fun."bed rooms 00\1 Table
    but let every one contribute ing himself obnoxious. The won-
    has been taken for
    No step that I
    what he can for the good of this der i* not that he was dismissed, *5>? per Day.Special .
    is of such vast moment to
    years cause, for the benefits will return a but that Mr. Lamar permitted himto : rates by the week cr montt,
    , Titusville. If this road i is: opened
    . hundred fold. We want to see remain in the department so I
    : it will give 15-mile: drive, unequalled NJI. JAIIV1S, I'rop'r.
    how names will on long. Mr. Lamar is a kindhearted -
    many : appear very CARDS.
    in the State. It will afford 'I' The Se and would have ... ...
    subscription: fund in the STAR man. not I -tsT ****-*----- ------ -
    transportation to the hammock, ,
    i next week, and who will be the first dismissed: : : Mr. Le Barnes, except for A. GIXGKAS,
    .i' induce the immediate settlementI Mutual BenefitSOCIETY
    to enroll their names in the good good cau-e. The wisest: thing forMr. Security
    and cultivation of thee rich hammock II :
    I work. \r e will start the fund by Le Barnes to do is to put an injunction I ATfY-AT-LAW AND NOTARY PUBLIC
    land, and will attract tourists -
    t contributing for on his tongue. Hi talk i i- Rock Ledge; Florida.
    1t and give a great pastime to the}
    t TilE Fl.oRIu.Sr.u, ..........85.00 -utlicient to satisfy mo-t: people I!
    and thus instead A. McCRORY.
    of hotels
    :' guest our J OF
    Now, who will come next? that he is not the kind of man f j .
    of few hoI I
    only a guests our -
    wanted in | ATTORNEY-AT-LAW NEW VOT{K.
    --- --
    -- -- a responsible: position. { ,
    1 tel will be crowded. The marl i iso

    to be thrown and thin} a road Three Important Confirmations. ---- Miami, Dade County, Florida. No. :'ZX Broadway. N. Y.
    up {I i J 1."I disposed: of the Thoebe- !
    I' Taxes for non-re-idents paid. Titles
    <' perfectly compact, and better than Carlisle the ElectionCommittee LIFE INSURANCE AT ACTUAL COST.
    1 The nomination Mr. Lamar. examined and .tb-tracts furni-heU, Laving -
    tl I a. hell road can be made at a low :j will next consider that of ju-t completed an Abstract of the
    Mr. Vila and Mr. l iekin-on were Record- of Dade SFlN'D FOR C'lRCL'LAP.

    cost. It will give i busine-j to our I j confirmed The Lowry against White from Indiana I County. ____ _n __ _
    yesterdayay- rtr'aaimfi -- --- -

    livery men, add to every line ofbusine AV r". There never was followed by those of McDutiieD TL.. GAULDEN, Opened for the Season.
    any .
    , >s. This road must: be '
    against David-on from Alabama
    doubt with regard; t.. the nonlinai : ; I ATTORNEY-AT-LAW twA man wIll i- interested in hit own
    built and good citizen inter-
    every Worthington against Post, from welfare will be know that
    i tion of Mr. Vila-ami \Ir. 5 >i<-kinon. pleased to
    1 ested in our county and town will .
    Illinoi- Frank against Glover Titu-\ille. Florida.
    but the vote on Mr. LamarVnomination
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    lend a helping hand to this enter- from Maine Van-
    shows that the Kepubliean : Lynch against JONES & WILLIAMS, Keeps: the finest oy>ters> U be found in
    + pri e.I.ct. ,dever from California ; Smalls
    had determined to :pare no TiluIIU" -.
    t everybody turn out. Come from .
    against Carolina and tttorUiS-at-LaW.
    one'! Come all! effort to defeat him. AN'I SERVED 1\ STYLE TO SUIT PATRON?.
    Sullivan Felton from California Titu"i1le,
    against Florida.
    Had thi- been the
    not for -O-
    Col. 1) L. CJauldcn Mayor G. year _.
    the election of President it i- in the order given. In the -- Plain and Fancy Cake made to order.
    11. Humph. Dr. B. U. 11'il l-on, and : probable la-t-named Mr. Redstone I QEO. M. nBBI ,
    that nomination would case the Iiarr' br*'al ahcay* on h'II.
    Mr. Geo. M. Robbins will address
    Prohibition-Greenback-Labor Also fir attaclie
    have been continued without much. candidate : ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, a >tclaBarber: hop

    the} meeting in the interest of tin wanted to be allowed toI I Meals at all hours; from S a. m to lip,ui
    if He i- TartK-s ile-irn to leave moniin trail
    acv oppo-ition. per-on- :: on
    road. TiTisVii.LE, FL \. boats and backs will please note thi*.
    and in hit memorial he :
    ally popular with mo-t of the Republican i I __ __ -- -- -
    If we expect totop people in
    sets forth that as Mes-r::: Felton I .\TKI .-( )x.
    Senators::; about his H.F. PIONEER COOPERAGESyrup
    Titusville and its vicinity, we mu-t: and Sullivan the candidatesrespectively
    I' fitne for the position of .\.".;oeiattJutiee were
    I show the attraction our section. of the "ring" JUSTICE OF THE PEACEFor Barrels $2.25.
    Republicans -
    i of the Court, there :
    This can never be done without a Gauged to order ten cents extra.
    and 1)elnueratthe 40'ote* the :Second Justice District of Ire-l
    doubt. The
    road-through the hammock, and ean no Republicanleader. he received were the only hone-t I yard county : Court day-, third Monday i Wheelwrighting and Repairing.C. .

    .-. howexer thought they of each month.
    t .something to interest visitor:-:-amagificcnt Mr. Red-tone O. B.
    ones cast. : may have
    could make
    --- ----
    political capital by --
    15-mili drive through a opIoosing barrel and Oval Water T.reaker
    'i b'en honest in his opinion, but the V. HONKER. Honey
    i beautiful forest truck farm and ; hip nomination. .\ few GEORGE from :32.00: up.
    committee would not allow him to
    Republican Senator refu-ed to IKwhippxd -
    orange groves i is the great attraction proM-<'ute his claim.HIOM. Mice of the Peace aniSnireyor I Tanks
    into line. and the
    I IH
    which our town sadly mttlKnterprising -. attemptto and all kind ot Cooi'EU WOKK toorclt'r
    'I defeat him therefore failed. I furni..h the hi .
    Can ht'.t
    ; tctnuonialfrom
    : citizensill you ( : "%G E ql'OT.-TIOXS JOIINSON.LaGratmee .
    'urvt''or.ljt'nt'ral of ikota
    '} Mr.I Vila- and Mr. Dickinson: a- r. :-. Dhrrn .nVEYOI tocoinnetency: : : Florida.
    ; in
    .. not turn out nuis:o' next of public! lantTcrut- fur\\ork.pUttinff '
    having l lteetm contirmned. tilt Cabinet ----------- -
    and begin at once this: important 1'lorlt2a'zttit Z'IHU1 add all land calculationi; >fr daY or any
    part ot a ttity l anti t"xpeu-l'" paid.
    work ? is again eomplete, and a very good l UA\LLVM: >. FLuhlll.t.
    .r LEDGE
    ,. tI JACKSONVILLE. }7. s7.
    I ,
    ... --- Cabinet it i iMr.. Dickin-on, the
    'r. Our latest telegramreport prices: JOHNSON: COCK lIrTT.I. .
    ' b I, HMIIGIltTlOV new meinK'r of it, i- a brilliant about ai..lloMrieth \\- : T. Indian River, Florida,

    Y x: IT skeins that during the past: lawyer, who hay taken a high rank : tan: to 8.1."u) per box.I Justice of the Peace,
    Choice Bright, 3W :j.i.:1 "
    L i two or three month time which among the leading public men of .. And Winter Homes etc.
    l..4 I ordinary} :!.au( 17,) I! Notary Public,tate-at-Large. Court

    l'' r has been occupied hour. people in hiState.. He is voting and ambitious I(Il'h'Jil'lHu :ooct. :;.0") J.:,I. .. .. day 1-t:Saturday month. LaGranse, Fla. ,

    '. 't .. .. .. ____ ___ ___ ___ __ _
    \ this in for and ipretty: certain toprov- I 1)rdintry :! :) :!.7;: I
    , county preparing theJt located
    : '. Building Lots centrally
    t him-elf ( )tartan "L cuIJ .l.7.) :.7;) B. BURCHFIELD,
    .J. winter in their different to be a good manager of : JJ
    season The -upply ii i light, and the demand !
    :l pursuits, such as :gardening, sliip1t one of the mot important department fur strictly tansy and choice :grades i-i COUNTY SURVEYOR.Orders in Rock Ledqe,

    'Jt ;' ping fruit, preparing for tourists, of the government ..1well very active. With or without Orange Tree Jour ami five
    I Respectful! by mail will receive u1 nute,.' walk Iruiu Mores Po-t Office
    j a> a safe advi-er: to tIlt' Preident.i as prompt .
    ! ttc., we have about forgotten the anllIott'ls.1:010 other land
    , A. )l. IVKS.Cieneral: I attention as calls in peron.Address Call on or addles the owner,

    t. immigration movement which 1 (: Manager.OTICI : : Georgiaua, Fla.
    ; : S. RYDER Leclse, l'la.
    Rock :
    -- --- --- --- --
    : ( was started in October last. At Talking E -'let !.*. I -
    \ :. NO AuEXTSImportant .
    . $ that time when the society waorganized LAND CLERK LE P.AUNEvho: 's F. GRAY. -------------
    I.iml Office at G-iinesiille. Fla.. ) .
    i every one s'l'nwtl.alin' to was dismissed: from the I Interior .J:L1l. 12.: ls S. f -

    I ; the subject of immigration and the Department by Mr. Lauaratlav. o!- Complaint ha\'in:: been entered at thi- Watch Maker and Jeweller.LL I to All !

    enthusiastic. ]I "line by Jesse J. Fox: a :\in..t George F.! ; WOKK %WARRANTED.n .
    ij organization was quite O"cTNan.-1 Sutherland for hip
    abandoning Homestead II'ntry 1
    !i\\ but since that time with the exception I hip of that department, i i- now <::
    of several articles from the about ;' u lIlts 1, :2, ;j and 4eetion :.0. town- '
    ti jug Washington t.1 1.: ; I I T. REDDING
    j .ip l4outh, rau,e o? east, in ISrev.irdj E.J The most important crop in :ouch

    ;1 President and Secretary: of the Association friends that he wa- the !" ';ti.; ,>. ,'i j j uimtv, Florida with a view to the can- I and e\'erI
    is the Oranire ,
    the object of the organization that portion of the 1'-t: : .r', I| vll- ion of said entry, the said parties are crop
    i I hereby Mituciuncd l t-. appear at thi office i! CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER, one should endeavor to secure a goof
    } seems to have been lost en- message in &which d :1.1 i j inn i the 'th day of March, lss., at three j

    f tirely.With. public land policy of tr> ':.i."h :clock |.aa.. to respond and furnish te*tiI I Titus\ille, I'la., variety of orange in planting a grate-

    i.-ony conctrning paid alleged abandon-1 I To do this, and such fruit '.* have
    the i idea that no more time ration. According to hi- "".:n .t-1 ...tnt. Is now prepared to attend to work in this get

    should be lost before this immigration -, tint Mr. Le Barnes i i- .' :I line and furnish materials. Estimates given taken premiums at many of our Mate;
    a v.:i." !r ?t ( S.; C. 'TUCCM:: llegi"ter. so desired and the erection of buildingsand

    ' society should be at work man and i it is strange, ii what.ii be !! .J. "1'. G. Cl:.*wk'oRU. I dwellings solicited. 45yl Fairs and at the New Orleans Exposition -

    I through the proper methods :?yi:i*.true, that theadmrr.tion ];i Testimony to be taken by 1:. Hf'Cei\"er.1 I Will a'so furnish town lots with honsei: com.plete buy your trees from C- B -'1:1':
    I '.. at reasonable rates. Houses built In.
    I \! N. P., Georgians, Fla.. on the 3rd i i
    of inviting more settlers and -h. ild.have: eoi.-ented t- ';" with: ;; lh iy S<: at 10 o'clock, a.m. \ any particulars style to furnished suit purchasers.upon appication.Prices and full grader & Son Ilockledjre, :Fla. 2ttp



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    L. O- OLIVER, ''jf

    Hardware and Dealer inGEORGIA S.H.RAYS

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    General Produce PINE LUMBER t I

    MERCHANT. Successor to J. C. (I

    Of all kinds Dressed and Undressed. 1I'
    Melbourne. Florida. I'

    ---- -----. Shingles Ceiling Lath Mouldings Lime Brick Etc. Etc. TITUSVILLE. t'',



    Avenue ntar.the: Railroad. All Large Orders Filled with Dispatch. Yard and Ofiice near J. T. & K. W. Railway Depot.]

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    I Gen'l

    Feat (;(Curl made laiTy; akv Pica :EJUCB.A.B.A.y: :Urn Vf'.Ilt: ,

    and Oikc (fallkilb.. Cal: s for

    ytfrinl ftrcaiion furnished Agcn.1s; fOr :

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    G. WIESER, RIFLE POWDER : 251b. kegs $5; 12\lb kegs $2.75; 6lb kegs $1.50; I -

    CREEDMOOR : 6 lb kegs $1.50; ORANGE DUCKING : 6lb kegs $3.00. I I propose to t

    Boots & ShoesMADE Childirns'h'1':
    Linseed: Oil, boiled, Coc.; raw, GOc. gallon; Kerosene, 150 test, 'Oc. gallon; White Lead in 12J, 2.) and GOlb. keg, Sc. per Ib.

    FLORIDA. A ri
    TO ORDER. ,____ ___ __- ____ ___ .
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    Repairing Neatly Done BEAUTIFUL RIVER FRONT J. :JB JI:TIT::E=lt.Z ST''ILLE. 7L\T B, FLA.A. U 1\L[ 9 -or- i a; '

    In leather or rubber goods. A'1'FORCED -0- t

    I Late a stock of FINE SHOES, elected SALE. New and Fashionable

    to meet the wants of the

    Indian River Trade.
    Shop on Main street, next to "The Fair." 3Gi acres of high dry land beautifully I.I

    TITUSVILLE, FLA. situated on Indian IJhcr. Gives at least -0- '
    :i quarter mile river front. Will be sold
    it least 50 per cent. less than any land Neckwear, DRY CO
    THE SLOOP "I AGNESI"commanded of like nature on the river. We are Shirts ,
    ordered to sell, and sell we must.
    by Underwear,
    Address or call on
    I). Sweet
    Chas. ,
    Indian River. Rubber Coats
    .. Makes regular trips on ,

    SHE CAUUIES A FULL SUPPLY OF Manager Over Coats,

    GroceriesDry Goods Indian River Real Estate Agency, Oil Suits. 3Iens' Ladies' \

    Canned floods T1TUSMLLE, I'LA. 25 Latest Styles in Hats.A .

    Hats, Boots and Shoes,

    J.aelies8ho's in great variety ; Prints all WM. H. SHARPE, FULL ASSORTMENT OF BOOTS, SHOES, TRUNKS AND VALISES.

    new patterns at low prices.
    PlacES WAY DOWN.

    Ready-mate ClolMni, Toilet Articles REAL ESTATE AGENT IIQ'k

    \OTIO\S. ron i J. BIBB.A. U1\.I.1:
    'For the cash only...43 .. ,
    Starch, 46 finiEYE CITY POINT.Lands
    Second Door East of Indian River Bank. TITUSY1LLE, FLORIDA.
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    sold on lung time with interest: or ._
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    GLASSES on the lease system, or for ca-h. Oranges, Lemons and Limes raised on high pine JB.A..TS: ;

    and Crystalized Lenses. Land cleared and planted, and cared for -, PomegranatesOhe-, Persimmons, Cocoanuts, Peaches, Fig, Pear.
    if desired ; by contract or other\\i-e. Sapodilla, Plum, Almond-, Grape

    IAWKE: Refer to E. M. I5ree-e, Detroit, Mich.; INDIAN RIVER NURSERIES.

    Jno. A Norwood, Tituswlle, Tla; Ii. Ili.r .
    : Roses! Poinciana-: lhbi-cu-, Allamandas, Catalpas, BouvardiaJesamines, CLOTHIN
    and .1. :-'tras'ltzettiell: Court Jlou-e, V a.;
    Eucalyptus, Euphorbia-
    and A. Ik-cker, Montreal, Canada, for
    whom I have made rO\'{-. CATALOGUE MAILED FREE. TERMS CAfcIL ,
    JOHN IJ. U" ..\t'II, Imlism River Nurseries, East Melbourne, Fla.

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    jL 3-- "LAKEJORTH. (Jent's: Fiiriiishlu.: (Goods:
    PATENT. ISnl.\S RIVER Co Sunejor

    They ar* a" trltlll'I'art'1I1 and inlm-lt***) ax light LOTS FOR SALK in the Ne\v Townof ..\1.0CROCKERY
    itsrlt and for fc<,ttntHD ot 'Iulllralll'e to the eye cannot Lake Worth, fronting the watersof Real Estate Agency !
    lien.ellr.l. enabling the wearer to read for the lake of that name, so well known PORTER & POTTER
    bourn without fatigue In fact they ar- and ,
    for its mild climate. tropical scenery Titusville, Florida. ;
    rEKPECT SIUJIT PRESER JPERS. splendid limiting; :and tishin r. GLASSWARE

    T'....tiinonuli* from the Trading ,-h).iciaiiK. In the The underpinned; have at last yielded .' :XD FOR DESCRIPTIVE LIST. ,
    I'mtt-J States. n"t'rllOrll., senators. tttin knien. lucifnot to the pressure and consented to throw Real Estate Dealers
    "J (' <' in all jirofeHHioiM and trades, who have hadtheir open their 1 laud to settles. To do this Chax.! D. Sweet, 31auaer. : ,
    Hflit >,,' l li\' their uses
    iniii< \
    have divided our lands into lot ends J
    we ,
    All fitted aid a tit guaranteed byS. ---- ----------- --- ----
    eyes -- --- HARDWARE
    \enicnt for business lot!:. winter home,
    F. GRAY, Titusville, Florida. villas or groves, and will sell at prices Geo. E. Chase ; Lake 't', Dade Co., Fla ,

    111"11" glaors are not an]'\.lletl toIasst'iiier peddlers .t any to suit pnl'l'Ila'l'r! of the most hunted i

    prue - -- -- tneans.'t'he.above laud 1 are situated near the Will Buy and Improve Land for Partiesat AND

    Department.DeBARY Inlet, on a beautiful-ilsiii! ; plain on Ship Chandler i
    the wt" shore of the famous Luke a lj-tancc.
    \\'Ol'tl1, comm.indiui; a superb vIew of 1
    & PEOPLE'S LINE the 1 lake for mile, of the Inlet, and of Ship Chandlery Goods.
    pissiug: vessels on the Atlantic. Boat and \t-sslc Supplies, all kiiuls j
    and and lJalt'litndanrs, Chains, IMocks, I
    The land is high dry repays '
    STE.A.1'OCEEt.S.l : cultivation ban abuudiut: yield oimot Canvass, Galvanized \\ ircUopts lake Worth Dade Co Fla..., n the most tropical i
    of tb.Iatl'. Located the Atlantic ,
    all sizes, Tents, part i Ill Coast
    \aiieties: ot tropical fruits andejjetables = Ladders, south of Jupiter Inlet 20 mile, Jupiter linu the
    section. Pine. spruce south did ot Italian liner Lake Worth lies
    tin- parallel
    \ ;gio\\u Paints, sal's, l-t pal's, .
    Copper with the ocean heath, n :"t>> miles lone. apples. tte., are IIOyh'lt1ill tine ciop- Famish, ;:al'! 1-2 pal's,tlt-, ltti. one mile", (OIllIt'l't.lth the ocean 1.y an inkt
    on this 1 laud without tertilirlia.Nott Oils and Leadall kinds. and is uu\\hereo\er ;.J 4 of a mile from the on'an These will be .he main features of my
    i ithe unit to select ihohe lot- F. ADtOI Jl OS HEADY MIXED PAINTS I The fishing cannot he excelled and our hutitiij the
    it .
    best for all kind of Some beautiful
    :all and see plat. cocoanut buinebut order! sent for -
    C upon u- af"tbintor liuildinc or Sailing boats. i me anything
    lu fact grocer! in bearin; on the lake; mangoes. n-jj'pa-
    I For pikes and description apply to I IlI dilloes alligator; >t'ars. sugar aiilt-H<, Spanish -
    u'1-s Block !)O East Bay St., ; hine.t, Jan.aica a('\\otadaptari*. tamariiKN kept in any store inTUusille -

    City of Jacksonville1TAIN I Emanuel E. Heyser or Alien EJeyser, .1.\(.'!i ()\"'i I.LE. ri...\. I almond-gooseberry dates trie1-. tags luaiiitiiee. bananas apples, pineapples luaruuite. oran hapo enliiiie ,' \ will l>e l'ruml'tlfiUtoc!.
    \ ImKc Uorlh. I'lu.TITUSVILLE. -<. leinoi. ,'llrOIau.1 all tropical fruit and
    11'. A.HIAW. ------ !
    \ __ __ ._ __ n flowcre' 1'111" is the most eastern part of Honda;
    Daily lrom.Kukson\illoo\ioi t aturil.iy.IE. Geo. B. Rumph. the null stream being." newer to the land than at
    another part of tll. roast whIch injures the most
    even" temperature of any part of the state Good
    = > A FULL I.IM: t IF Hotel and MoreI.on of all cue aid prices tecured _
    :I I 1. ]- lal1t.. l>\ the al>oIria who have most all of the
    GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS. l>es>t Und to "t 11. 1',1 ties bntu t:now will no doubt
    TA1T. I. C. HALL. Will Fruits Chickens
    in a short time more Hmo double the I' monej buy Eggs
    V\eha\elot. of ail 1 "IZ"II. from rte tonne hundred
    Xtnforil Mnul.iv.
    Daily from. except
    all Lake Worth.
    acre fronting <'u Prices from
    J.0 to J3 X) per acrn Some beautiful hotel sites. alto .
    FURNITURE STORE.I iml'ro"ll.rol>t'rty. cottages,..t(', The followingare
    ON ST. JOHN'S RIVER. I j a few of our best bargains: Or any Country Produce my cu-tomera
    .1' f I It No 1.--S3.:.4: acre.went of Lake Worth.
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    Neltt'41u1eIIiIl'1. lS'7.1oOt'IU. I t tI .. U-Ji- >f> 34 1.2"4 on.. west.. shore.. of.. lake.. Worth... or friendm.iy bringto

    44 4.-:.7: "with about 70 rod,> front-
    UlNPlNuf. MWTHLetf I ace on west chore ot Lake Worth. market.
    \rrl3. \' ', l .
    4 o.-651a':ret with 1.& mile front oa west
    0 i. m Jo&t'boJlU" (30 a m Frosolier olior.
    iaO 1.- 1 > .
    : IMtt T.\.i 4 5.-231.2 acre on west lOtore
    11:00 i: :0a tuII r ,
    rotI.I1.a < 4t
    *..0 1'111,, HI K.tl1ctt :40 put k \ / 'i" .. 10--15:1541 .. .. west east ,.
    11Uo au \\cUVa Id:10|>iuy PROPRIETOR. .. "
    I' 11. 1): 1" mile frollt.
    111W UUt c.'rJ.t..wu :1tI1'1O .. .. ,. eat.. ..
    .-:.5 aw "oIIIIoois 7:i3; p m .. la.-l"12.-111: I IU .. .. .. .. I a-k: for a share of the public patronage
    :1' .
    .CJ am \.t..r isOptt i U wtt -
    4:4'.u llel.n.' r.andLIg &0" i< n. I .. 15.- iota of a acres n'b with 10 rod+ front :, and come a> a supplicant, not a
    5: "> 4 iuAm blur I'rilll 4:IS !' m i ale eavh on west hliorecf the lake There

    h -- .:*. II I .. lire l-ircalii", dictator, aking for your f.iror:
    'I.m MtlfttTil: S F K. R. 2 pm Parlor Suites RES HjRTJ IG.-acted with new cottage on cast ohore.
    ILa -. S.Ulf..I.t'it' Wbarf 1:45 p m 44 1'-: 4. .. Inodt'ro\.ttajre(.! Tro.m. l
    y:::1(1" iuw hiitrrpriM* 1.UO 1> iuT.H I on cart ho'e. If courttou-treatment,gou<
    c.01>ou."not -.'| with SL Johns l: III'1ulIt II I 44 It* -27: aires on east .chore.
    -, lh-. .. '. .4 and low figures in i
    1' UiUa; t U 1 19-20 west goods
    lot nlH'r 'a tr'4.1. 44 -.0. 19 h .4 4>
    Ih -t JolnV soul H a'.1. \ Bed Room Suites .. east .
    at \-.r with st Jntui at' i lake Iurn: 1.1" : I .I.-15 weft 4 the candidate i fur
    at lirl.aud l""l\.hll jwit!. D-Iu a uitJ :'t. Jnhu.It.luud I I II 21.-: l.-': aeresot eat shore with new, mini
    .t slur Nj\r. ,? with U :S., (). ,'. satin .\, Ii i Ii I erb-buiit house of H room now building, to be
    n&I"a}; at nn-rvrtw: with .V. f. M J V I t: i ready for ot"Cul'alll' by December UL This public ,
    1t.llr..t.! hit 'ruiifk !'. : at s..: ior.l with tPtlU Beds Mattresses I honi>e and lot for sale or to rent There are
    the '. ., wit 11.' noil CRT 1I1'IST'S this ,lace. then Tm
    i i IUi'rox.1 loi t4in: |> ; *t Tau, tin I 150 bearing c..coanllt trees on |
    .e..u..., )I.\I CJ.\U! 1 ..t ttr I'lilJt ,'.u-ii f :!i1.Hit-. Also a new cottage: of 8 rooms beautifully
    for I'"i ,t-"u '1'.11I1" Ii..\ .tiilM.n"..... ltrr: .1.... I Fresh Garden Seeds situated on east .,de of lake and & acres of cJ'clcd.j' .
    wit I'1IU M, ..i-ttp 1.11' sa U.UI,r 'I< ground attached
    el.l.rE awl '11 1 -t'.II'1'l fir Kt" w..t .r itlt.ra Springs Sold at Philadelphia Retail Prices. Will 44 2 .-151 aerea ..r land -n Key Largo
    ., rtrry ::\lo..I.LWI.I I"I.UrtHot). rrrtvin sRey order and I f" H HI welt tide, 40 rod back olI ;t
    \t..f rur.l41 a,'UOenerat I'a", and '"\\'... make special prices I I the lake. Your anxious to please,
    ... ,
    seed 44 ,
    ne.d.l .11'1 S.tutl. '5ul'lib'a:. 1.&" l14v"II. parties wanting !* 25 -40 acres ou. west hore. ,
    ever Nrrluesda' rid Sat'trdati in hulk. I I 16.-10 h 4 fast 4 and new cottage.
    And everything in the :FURNITUREline. I I These are all bargain, Come and Bee them, if
    C.IUU:, I
    O"'I"r.I i'aeuur'r Atettt.141Ufy IJriev. Call and the New Stock Geo. B. Rumph. I I po *ible; otherwise write.
    '\ see Parties wishing further information enclose. S. :E3:. R.a:: ,Y.
    M IMVIDSON. Titus\ille :Fla. I 30 Jiu
    i:af.i At.ri I'...1. Ltms jt1 j +t rrcei ve j 19 .tamp.




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    "O"'I Mr. Bums, of Missouri, from the commits i meantime flourishing a razor and threat- The Alaskan In, [ian is pre-eminently CTARRII WMI'X.K\\:. lU-4.'I .LL TKKATMFNTr dIai to :..n. n.HJK ".,
    If BILLS TO REDUCE THE SURPLUS I IN tee on appropriations, reported the urgent' eI ling death to Hay if he made a noise. The t he dude of his raj.f. He is always clr.O.n _. RB.\\ '., .77 .Urna
    then locked in a cell and the two i handsome furs i t r blankets, and carries
    STATES TREASURY. deficiency bill and it was referred to the t1 irnkey was WIFIT( .i oi.un'Lh
    THE UNITED beautiful la.:1t Git'
    I committee on the whole. "-alkeJ out. They crossed the river to this :1 i walking tick wj} jch is often a ion I I.n in;.'r-r. I .r lit rwu.k f
    : CIr
    The call of states, not completed yesterday, cJ,ty. and were captured here last night bye f,pecimen o! elaba I'ate carving.Chica ysews. 1' (.. :r..t.J..I' lu.: b .r fj, '
    : Lr't.. 'IIO.\LTn; f r 1:10.: t .' .' :
    arpliM+ but : t = F.t :
    Bonds to lie Purcila.ed When the for the introduction of bills, was resumed Iilnm'.Uately t!: i>oice. They fought hard were I ... o.'s Wt..l.'l" t rt'rL.- 1. :tt r"H
    r : :
    i Ileachet SIO.OOO.OOo-\lIothfOr Kill to after morning business. tAt iken down by clubs. Warner's execution is --..t"Textile" Ir..a.J"4 N V .t C

    FourPerCeiitlioml the conclusion of the call of states, thr 51:t for March"v.. Manufactures. ---- "I
    j lleilure the Interest on '
    house at 1 :-V adjoume l until t -mcn"I >w.VASHITO Now, here is something -on'lllik(," ,M.IIMXNV st
    + Washington NewVASHWJTON Patents.lla :
    Other .
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    ;aid the manarer i.f the tile works as ha far CtrcuJrPARKER'S tr.i
    n ,Jan. 13.: The hill introluced ';'r.'J:. FOREIGNERS OWN THE SOUTH.f,vas showing -soue Jadies the process of

    1 In the hon today by Mr. Hlis. of New \ :;. J in. l-The senate comm rma.1 'arm Lands Extensively Mortgaged to ]nanufactureTexts of Scripture < n tiliS'or : 0 WHjRa.Pywt trt

    J York, to dlsjK se of the surplus in the treasury ;t -.' o-i r. n-'s; :instructed the chair j[ mantel rrnanentatiun." "u:.." r:- ff
    .. .-. English and Scotch Syndicates.ATLANTA. .. urn ? tt1, A-th-n&
    :'. J. -. .:: 1 :.! for the .li.icn Grt InaiI-stieals
    and to accumulation thereof Considerable in- ] lir?. I ::::ile. "I've ifte:: !.' a:" I f GINGER TONIC yaks.t 11.-'.rro
    prevent Ga.. Jan. ..
    i. t .. ; ..iliriuo 4.lf sOUJT vi rstO.'tra3C noJ _
    1 s. r Lhete.t
    ..- man? ILe .
    I .
    oxtile manufactures, r
    provid'-s that whenever there shall beau accumulation V : '. has been aroused by some statistics 1 i. --.r f..r all a'*Kt1uIa vf tae thrust tad I.isi, t fc,d '
    and ; ,1" ;' : that hen before. -Tid l.irBaWDOYEDjarTiSriAVES< ___ jviut from empire Wood and iasuon. 7Ye ttet fto
    "XPeedin 1Q,01) over "hick have been collected showing
    ;; ---- -- -- endsic, arm r.Irt asaiast cUsetuws, ana .ow'j G.

    alove the Mini rate nary to pay the regular NORTHWESTNERN BLIZZARD. s juthern and western lands are fast pacing to the'sGin ve. w .. la many ra*.tTTemebutlran rrcorer ttwr Le>L a'
    I of the government ito the hanils of foreign and eastern money \/ ? etrom. Take is la time. It u. lavaluaMv f 'r aj_u
    11 and contingent expends Children Lust and Fro/en to Death en aiders. aod mot ri of K acli as4 i/oweis 5Q, .a:i>rs gi2[ 1i.r'
    i: thE secretary shall immediately rej Jf.rt the Their Way Home froth School. In Georgia thee companies have placed "We r.v:: : eat or we cannot live. :1" ;t'T1L.>,to \\ ... : ,_ C\

    1 fact and the exact amount of the surplus to MINNEAPOLIS, Minn.. Jan. W.-A big snowstorm I uny millions of dollars, holding morteagesn This wi..1 know. Burlo we all $525.\: : .r!.'."' \. v.t' ,.t-. ,'. .': .. B

    the president and set forth fully the entire has been raging in the northwest, anti c the finest farm lands in the stat The 5stm; .-. -y t .fr.-- a. st
    'f trea."UT'th know tL..t we ilio l.y t t..' ? It i r. irst, r ,v : .s i: ': ({
    amount of moneys in the railroad travel in Dakota and Minnesota is i aterest paid by the farmer amounts to 12 ? ___." _

    ii;; amount n'' ry for the current eq-ns"s of largely ll( kl'.i11 freights on the orthI er cent. Capital of this kind is still being 5n.itlc dig our ;r".t'. ': ,:ith our II
    the fiscal year and the balance on hand constituting ern Pacing and Manitoba lines l'n"ceen I oured into the South, notwithstanding the tenth. n.f()) : tliisounds.i .

    the said surplus fun,. abandoned and no passenger sent j act that Judge Speer, of the United States Yet it isf.':ivi-ilv t.:.: '. \Vice are ter- LIEBiG GOMPANY1SEXTRACT

    r That within thirty days after the receipt of out last night.At I court has decided such interest usurious, rilieJ at t. nl'pre ;.,'.. of; bf'! cholera
    .' Dak. the wind blew fifty milesan .
    the report the presiJent shall cause the sc-cre- Huron I.ud the loans accordingly forfeitetL and v'o... ..' f.'v-r, rt i- ...% is a d.--
    t, hour and the air wa edith cn tw The syndicates are principally formed of
    of the tn'a.ouJ" to advertise in two or col.'rtw ILt 01;: .'.> .! -. and i' i Or MEATFt
    tars By forming in parties of ten each, takinga English and Scotch capitalists and they have ease : : : I

    I more nev.-s cperj in each city of the UnitedSftites long rope and marching across the prairie ..uch a hold in the south that they hope to reverse our hot'i.t: J1:\'rt t? '..,_ iu.j aL t

    f' coutainin;; a jiopulation of over in line of battle, the villagers have found all Judge Sp
    , 200,000 inhabitants proposals for the purchase the lo-t i hoot children except one, a child ace allowed their interest payments to their own S' -;;.u teaa -i 1.. -is: ':*. more

    [' of IIODtli of the Uniteil States ten ywiiN of an, named Johnson.St'anh lal *?. hoping that Judge Speer's decision .
    dow. but < 1; r?>t-. -t- tgerms! ECGMOM1C! CCOSISGoJ" I
    m continued last night but as y- I IMPROVED and
    I to the full amount of then existing s: willl e sustained and that they will not l e'oreed '
    belt there was of these n.....: -. : .--,' men
    and declare surplus said ailvertisment< to til- :r." vury was 10 degrees ): to pay either principal or interest.If : .p

    i' Le made fur the space of thirty daythat little hope of finding the child alive. The Judge Sheers decision is not sustained a lilt<> c .t 1::\. : :; --\'ithout:1rlS :. :.-{ "Hl1lnt. un I) I: lilt t U'r

    shop whistle has been blown at intervals farms will into the r1'0 I.ichiu'v *. :
    from the close of the thirty Teat many Georgia go n ia ( i treat epi- .iJUUl' JJaiou s|
    t day : .
    within n :
    W during tae afternoon as an assistance to land of the mortgagees, as the farmers can- ht' U'I'U"I hef.l.t.
    in J
    advertisement for pn p eras! th. s.'re- ikuiit!:. ; : i :; i.:. :\ that, if latln't.
    j day any jitr-ons out in the *t<): l. A numberof lot possibly pay the interest which hi

    tt: tafy, fotuptrr of the curren-y and trea- farmers started home as soon as th ap-ed upon .. .t. I. :
    t, Uiiite States shall :u-l declare : : 10- :
    I urer of the open storm l..'an. and there are grave fears forth In the southwest there is perhaps not less rre tad a th. :. Tllowing ,.\. r ... '
    all bMs receive.., with the
    publicly bidsoffered ir safety. han: >:+I..lW.l"inn.. t'f1 in this way. In 'uetaneii:1.:.,. -7,: .*t '::1", yet they
    f1 MI names of and the price li.ldpJ'tlJe they shall amount then and there Business men who attempted to go homein Kanxis alone over: >tW",u>J has been :.. not tl" "- ., ,O' } :'f'llr i i' Over 6,000OOO PEOPLE USER

    the aft'rn<*>u lit their way at the street placed, while the money syn-licates have ,
    "l to the or -"' .. .io 4 -.';:. '
    ftiljudii-afc- purchase person persons t : :' cro inj-. Many others did not attempt togo their local agents in every country seeking "Y EED.5iT
    lands the loive-t
    have olTerf at TLti.' !
    who r. : ;' >:-s.
    home. fanners in need of loans and placing mort- saiu1 1* u
    rate. ,;, .. h'f.v.-ver. the president of the .._ . .VL.DM.FF RRyICO,
    pri Is dull avle.1 \ .. 'ia Lud
    -.n.. their lands. Each ails a a
    Trains itlorned IIIt"" rages on year many .\ j; t ttalwbts.LargaatSeedsmen.
    1 1 Unitwl Stats bhall have a right M rr je< : ,
    1o. if his opinion their atxx-i>tanv BIUI ;:R!. Mi*.. J-in. It'-.-Th-* entire lin-1 million-- th capital place in this section :in t'.,. :- :..' .: .. :a..y in the I / ..' .? tna world.D .

    ltroj rill'be disadvantaseotts to the govenuaent.K of the Northern Pa:'ifi> from Lake Superiortr for which x::<-rteag t's which are not likely to ..:.J;;; t!. 'l4 : :.. isi changes 7 I... p, C"- K- TE'tXY.tCO3
    veil the Brain rd & St. I* rail art..l'n to foreign capitalists. Vt c'3'- \ J.lUlhtnte4.HMfy.s .
    t Dakota as .
    a. .
    / ::. ..:.. .. :; i- 'I M l a rriin it ..0'it' 1'nft4
    j Mlui-In the Intfre on lumI". Paul division entirely blo-k".l by the JIs
    ; ANOTHER KENTUCKY WAR. .....q o : .. ; -t could ; i : FJ-i? SEED
    WASIIINGTI':;. J'la. lt-Cont..m.m tonn. Bath Sr. Paul trains were blocked ----- :
    . V. Whit of New York it is mlkr-tn."l. has shortly after getting out of Minneapolis An 1)1-1 i'eiulVJiirli I4ulh in a erfe* '.::t t:. : sit ..:,1'no. .: 'Ht"' "f" At.NUALt

    prejiartsl for intrvlucttuu rots) the hoys.l .- a yard. of > imers. ; : ,.::t. :-: :: :. ; / ,., J _.] -u- t ::' r". .1 For Isas
    i. .
    s? :- "fvs7rt.: mi
    CATT TT 'VU".. Ky.. Jan. 11.-A crime .
    that the rate of iatiy.t .In the ., : .-ll.uItl u
    ll providing Away Down.rT. t> !H" c V:; >* \7-.v VjkFRkE: TO ALL
    \.t.1..n.1. !e r(- V- 1 ? >H >4D.a.ants ui"NS
    P' four |*T PACI, Minn.. Jan. .-Last night's mittI : to study L i ',' w 1. 'cs ht'all- \ y-*: -" x v 1'oj liL --'*

    : J l.y levins the b-Meixof the .t loiad sr,-ather ports .sh-f.v th, following .,-low (..h9 end Liriinr. -.- : t.e head ; *-Ci'I.X4 \ac>nV/' caJinat
    the diifen.tK'e betwt-u : I1.1" o-m. and 4perwut. tn: like l.-,'unt'-. The work Is of the n 'toriousHatfieM os* crierx .-

    t for the number of years that the zero: Helena Mont.. 'Jl degree : L'istaarck.Si v'in.; :. Fire years a;o in ann o:>t.tion ../. :: .-.-. r;. : t- i.c f. ..t r "asgas&sx,: lIUableoa"fIJ !
    Ml.ead.. )l 1Ul., 1- degreesQ'Apivlle. t
    ti: degrees ts i s
    bond have to run l. .fire maturity. In this :J4 degreMinnedosa, iG degrees; w thrt-j 3l,-Coy brothrs fatally stabbed a m"\lg': Gtailat;,- ; ., ,l t:jll', :; > .., i.b Cardan Field 'FIC1ers

    (t wa Coyyro-snan 11 Lit--, who i, -u:1i1iarly and Port Garry 24 degree*. HatfidL Tae latter'.* relatives caught the eat tongue. ; a t: *.-.." ( in lOl: \ < u i.vt. > bbbUo t-tt-l. *"u i".1*
    and shot "
    t1:1''on.. ti--l then to a tree -
    i. known h: Well str-t as l'unWl t mfieli t'' : ..i*. ii.s !'s : L> FEmfv &CO.Detroit.Mlch.'CURE .
    reduce die surplus in the Unite Mall Carriers Ixsnt. th-u:: to.le-ith. Toe war has be.'a kept up D. :1.
    : .
    ,Itl htat proposes t.8SU1'nul at the same time end,!. WEBSTER. Dak.. Jan. It;.Several mail "..nn".\ the latest chapter ha.s been :t'.nl: : dry sli.:i at t":.... ; y :1t'l'0 ., "

    the ;vfnunnt to save money.Awniingto carriers are Sieved to lie caught in the blizzard h- ar! front A few ;lh:. :. ago the Halri"Ms iiI.e CTis; :(i tVat1: C'il'l't..t DEAF

    .r re vut tatenvnt tr:- four p-T and have perL hy. His ::.I -.* ; s n-r ; -- v'in tiu. : .. .it!;. fre- l'El'i'l' \ r ; "1 i :.' .\ ;_ .' ':L' '.

    beltw.MENACED eldest iLiuJiter. Afa:.!. was the first to o',.n : : .. ', :: J-:
    cent bonds U.AV .>utstandin; amount t'f > degrees .v.juliv j.tuidc\l by .._ :li.ition G1Llt' MUMi' :.! ; :- i-s- > -
    t the ,!..r. aril by the li,ht of her burninghoiiK1 : .. .
    gl ,NNrNNi, < whi'-a the National Kink- LEND RS. Trkli .l.l&t-.l..t 1 : J" ltt '' :
    BY MONEY htr.rtj iu-'puiiti1 %:-.1n. .
    bold fl-J .t.... Thf larger part of the ,' im."e!:: yang girl was shot dead wrrs. nr t'l.\-- \ t' .' .
    Her brother Ca' and her mother followed ? ":s tL.: seem to to s'" but 11.N.'. .,: : C '
    la1an:. L. h-ld by ia.ura'H'.' and tru>t eou\- Faros in ilu? s.uth and West )lort/.L t" tn : u ; I. pt e.lUOD. . ::- .

    savint. hnks awl holders of tru.tfnn F. rt-is i Capitalist*. uiiiy tojiertsh ia tats: sjiin. way.Tie : .i air before the c-., ; a cough, dist wtar.. .ch MUSJC.. T.. ":".-':.-r-.i: : -. .L. -

    reckless o-lu: fate aft'-r this tt'1" \ ;, ,
    luH..nlc..1 in- m".l1 r. KI.-O
    fir th. -. ..
    holders l-'ii-"i-tvit. hasb" nr.Is-I by v nir' tati--tl t
    .i sticky
    .. ri'.u ; j .or ni0' : :.v ; .
    si-uLu-r hi< i. ,. -it dashe-l from -- -- -
    : .i- one
    : title t."d have t uwtup. ,
    . Utv t f- r t.i- tu- which hav.1 c"tile: -t-:.1. showini that th ti' tLc- ttotli f.u-.l
    le 2 1 : tat ir funeral in; 'thee midst of th > mur- i" out gums; : ,
    round ftUTL"t'l < ..V?I..rt. ** fast pause
    :' oar, in southern l wi-sjteru lands are pacing
    ] >
    . that which the J".r1n..I1tI' ..1..e.U u' "au".Nn. _. ",t .Mara' b y .h..i.."n, ....1T.._..f T:; i.:'t feet cult! l ;i:. clammy};
    per cent on uin. ;; int.* th- ban-Is of fUr21..1 an 1 eastt-m la.- : I
    rooM 4u'.1. by ivti ott of the div,mnt. loll,lers. In (Itrgiu tas.r.: .familieshave bul1 ct*. and partials avenge I hs: wr-rigs by I tv'L liE; nJ.1 1.)owl< bound : State. t'f :" it., :! ,ti. t l

    : making the payment H;..; 2i..*v>. t>uch a p! eyed many hUll'r d-JUav. holding killing one of the gang nuin 'd C'ia'nL: .rs bya 1 :..;! Tliii: tli
    !! cash payment would eatable the pnvmnit'iit mortj vj? 0.1 th' finest lariu lands in tltiit :-' well' ilwvcted bullet. Mid shot C-IT.' Hatfieli : -1 the 'Lys'".iu.s." ::!.lo-:1l1puz-: ; T.) 1I\lHIab }1. 4.:1:00"1' '

    I' to sa%'" "i h-: iier ti-nt.. (r iiiort than >V>.- ;. Tne iiitere p.iid by the f armor in the should-'. The rest of the c mirdly3J.sii.sins :. Von :art u.reh\ Hulitit i !;iItt 't \'. i :
    It is ilv of .
    lied. Rewards aggregating ioO u. Cll:::! ; aiii- \
    the brew :
    i-iae i
    WX,, xif c nilkt.'t.l \trupon immoythat amount.* to l:I+ar ceut.Capital :tttu hn1t'llt has u.
    I \\.oulcll'tlJern.i>o >*' tlistusetLi of this kind is .still K-ing i p jar-1 are offered by the state of Kentucky f.r the .. ::0..t; .t1Lit yet the -t cenlpli- and your roiH-rty attached tll .-:.,

    i : into the <.>uth. notwithstantln.t! the fact tint arrest of the HatSeids.. but th.y are f.ctitiedin ir .1 mysterious. Sci u tJu ...,..". till' "demand .t i). I.. .'11.! !.

    t i! Tun lt-l'orh on I.H J itxr' (.miMl&Hm.. htiecided the will ot' West YirgiuH: an I no one : y;). Now NUIo'ii! I"appear .
    Judge Speer. of the United States courts. i. iip-1 as contn'rtt r.. sij )me1 anioMiitimjtrt
    Jan. l". At the! > cait.' t') Chit lei. life in pursuing them.Ahetuy Minor ". .' ,
    loanfortei'L Hon.
    1 WAsUINsToN. sire a2'*li interest usurious gill the . h 'fi'r time
    livti : :' then
    : ::
    thellolot Mr. M\-C, wife, aLl : couip t .
    .-. ys ; I c.::
    IJ CU't"tin rf the fctiiatt committee on j'i ; \rv .. : .Indio' of tide < 'nirty I'ouri and ::
    and three sons Lu pailtle ..:; a. :,. -i.tria r.lul"t.. !.' .krt disi .
    daughter :
    . i11{ thbi mftntiu a final votevu> td t'n tINQt tit> The sy.1-"* are principally ormo I <..tEnjrlisli l' young .lutif of the IVace for said e 'i; \

    nomination.*. .f )lr. Lamar to be an a>*.'1.S :;\<' a:1.1ot'b. cap'talLsts and they p.-ualty for that one death five year" age.Wii.ic.nblamo :-. ]"u its real nature i- Lat of Ills ilu-f. at Titii'Vili flU tJi,' i i., .

    I justice of the United Suit's su;'mn- <'>urt have such a hold in the south that t* .'y hi*]" the bilfHra/ arm if his <" .ii--tq:1-; :r. :.:. Ulys] rs-i. It nnN ot Ffhruarv. A. I>. 1*>*. it l'' ...

    anti Mr. Vilas to lie sv--ivtary of th- interior. to.e Judge S 11l..1..S tl cL ion. The,tr- future tht' shall be devoted to avenging in the u.tivo, .n::. uis and s_\'":' ill th'''nt 1\.m h. .

    A anti-tpat.tit in the '-l w.i lrwi disj \tvhfsy allo\\\ t' ir hiten __ ; .T"I" : t.. '
    rulers have : pavmt-- alVoets ail the ctiiv througa *' eel a=:un>t con :1Il y-.r j-, '

    y .Tilay. the arty line were drawn oa the t ) Itiit-x'. h 'j ing thJ a 1. Sj*.....'s .l..dsi"a: ROBBED UNCLE SAM.! to pay the .Ut t.l .

    i tyimiuatioti of Mr. Lamar. and there will be will l.. sustained and that th-v will n t --- CClTup ,'.l nn(l pci-outd bl- !. aU',l thi 4th iav I ..1.IH';: .\ ;

    a majority rep"'; by all the Itenuhi':us of b- force to pay either prhtefyi: t.r intr Indictment of the Assistant 1'ostr.iastcr. ofKuoille. Often tl? whole b"dy: -inch.:.:. '.. ,, IS-v .

    M the comciittee a; uiiixt cutiuruuttion and a -..*. the ctrv.nis system-is litft .- .':' J'. I.."I.Iii\. i';.: '
    Tt Jan. 14.-A sensation '
    minority ri'i, 'rt t+ "1\.llIY the D--UI. rats of If Ju.L..e =1...ers d.'i..i.)11 il' --tniUt..1 aZI'l'tt llu. *")'..l .'. vJitn thtro is rien
    create in the United States circuit .
    the cotnmitttv in favor of the roniiuation.The .' will .. ''It'' t'i was C ;
    iKwrjiia turns ;: a'
    unite in reeonmieadin. .tl'. court here whei the gi-ainl jury returned an .I' .-!. :!.n ,0 J"O' f.e .1 story.1l .iA'n- tr. "
    will .fI..t.
    cmnniituv ; him!* "f t:: z-tortjaget ;. as th fa.MIan' L"\ :' ; t
    I the eonfir nati.mof Mr. Vilas, an>l the reports not --wsil'ly pay the inter-.' v,'!ii-h: kv.- uili tnieat a/a: in-t P. IL Sans ,:n. charging! \ ; I'crv.- hasonn t'.rt there' ? ; : j: J : ; .. ;
    and .
    him with appropriating embezzling '
    trill h.. .ulimitt.\ tothesH'tiat'in Bret K*- L-jk-ed upirn th.Mi. I'l'!: ? i\ :*.-' that c.tii; riiui ;
    aits; ) of Sansm has ,. -
    '. iion. In i'v s here fur the
    'f Ciuiiriiiiiu :aw\vr. .*f in ostofl.'.-. atil |>'-TI1 than >,'., >."('>'.'.> M investe-l in tats way. 11; leer assistant p-wtraaster past . .' *. )l. .' ," !i : .
    .. two and seemingly hud his L"oks in i -. .rrr.i t io'Jts 01 .'.. .
    boat,. is ready to make a iv}: nlafaviT Kin--, ::' 'il'.I".i i '." H hu."ltj'Hs'.l. 1 .1 years .
    .1' of the c llnnati.m of Postmaster wljlu thii-.n..y syr.U-it,.. *:: ..,: g.wt.l ,hiii e. :i .' :1--CV-/ S:rup. It ![ rOi : I.- t. ., -

    it General IHrkiuviuvlun the ivjKirtswe rtbcrv ,- ,' ,. kin.. An examiner recently found a di ,
    1 ti'.t Ir l ':) ?:' at ri every "'I lUll ; t\.l.H. .. e .
    .i; i' M" '.I i"-'III ti1"' jU.1it'31'\- InaaInuki 1 asy'nt of i.>m< an-l vlaciig w r:_ in his ace rants having amounting e3teide to
    is 1.0 Iik hhood of bjection liti'imad jir.'. .'a their Ian L 1 teal y-ar addmauinuMoio peculations year. ( .t' ll"-'H..!: ,> for thv -.:;!! do no
    the -
    of the unfortunate .
    ** in "' '..'! iee ion the cminn'iton ofIeor.z. : to t'-e capital plieil in this sectti'n. Friends man pail : :? :, :. : :: I: i : :
    Oet t'-.s
    and Hickinson folio- fan- shortage in full but th gt\\"l.'rnm'ut does ,: .. {jr.vegetablt .
    ) may which not t' .
    for it ui" 'i init.-i jes; are likely -tt"I"f'
    I1K"tlbt..tul"lIl tlu' receipt of threi"'''. all not "I ":n vatisiied with a settlement that T i by a vener- IJJ ..:' u ,;t.'l.ti..oJ t. ,-
    f. ,
    h. 1
    r.t"- aregiven t" 'I"::siltltHats. '; .
    aal report Ui*'a Mr. Lamar i< not exi Hte.luw )l way. Salts,cu is now oa bond, and willproU'y :.- ,: .. is a house- Sallow Skin and ?: J '

    ''' r a fw .by'. -is t..l.'a;."l d.'..ito is an.. THE DEAD ANARCHISTS. ; be tried by this court. He haexcellent > lu/.tl ;l and bo matism.' '
    1 well v.- ;.t :.i vi1.1: :! v fnrrb-
    business qualifications. an is :ttero'.v u-t) h..ft.reuu..IJ'
    .i:I. .\1. TaJ.ii- the Kfia.tin t.> C iiifitiaat I .utt'. -
    i Tclkof ; connected in Kuoxvuk. Mrs >,in- '!i is theyoungst :!" *"'li.lltu'-: .. '..rl". rommoti dheiist. than : "
    rl'' Tiu* HOU-M-'ouuultteca at \Vurk. fur ('rt tii.itiiiu. 1'11'x, a' a trial "Ill i>r )c. frt.'s.
    daughter of the famous Felix K. Oi\L:; VP: BY SEV:... 'H'TOE5:,
    \Y>tUSt.T\\. Jau. l;'.-The house -m- l'Uc.JUI.. !';.-There is a string pr<-',. Z"ltic' Sl ; Kvtra-tof lots Seig'J Sold Everywhere.,
    : r or -
    I taitt ',' oIrr.i'!:::s .{u I e1Tl'U.itr..t tohill- ability that the 1.,1,-. t.f th H\e.-adAi! -- --- .- -
    day tr.,'jn.rt "aviiraMy the Vilkins: ardti.:1. will be r-m<,ved u-oai, aI.Ihcl!.! ant UM !:.):')er Turns lufuriucr. :yru:) his ravl i-if1 to Boot: \OTI1'K.

    'V pr-t\'iti:1.: that Nationril l ank< may issue cremated. Matthew Schniieilin:.,.:, wh wa. LITTLE P.s.. Ark.. Jan. ;.-IK.twtivesLit eali iil;..r h.H'l .l'"l" 1.a't gnve2 1 .. ,
    11 .. 1 Jones Slater, Texar- 1': c:, tics t .:rt : !5 to >**-i.fh Ji i
    ,, I'"I.till"t... to the full jar valu .rf prominent ii amingin: the details of t'- wcvk arrest, near i'-e up tdie with cohsa-i.piion.- Fl.1'r. ai.t r i uy A 1'. IV *-- -i: .

    "4\\1 rn'l tits bond *lev"iteJ in the trl'3- burial. said y"'st<'relay that John Eer; k uia. who c '::f.1 and gave the nitaes of > ) w'itt'It F. Grace, Kirkmsn- ;lum P. .\. .1.,1

    the banker who, is president of the \al'l- thirteen in"M w:i >:n heconlt'.t -1 with; the T- #[ I.v.r.". .

    cry.j The -oninutt.." hoard an argument fromComptroller heuu Cemetery c : any. has still in hi. robbery at Dunning, N. M., and the onto near viile, T,via Co.. Ii!. .\!.r.4 Arit'll I

    ,, Trenholm in support of his ,,*.-'"::'U the deed flIT the lots N.ught by the Houston. T x.. and Genoa. Ark. The fcad- Iii ULAD CF IT jr 7 rr TIME. It apjt'arst c tLe lad o t t' ILt :'.

    j"*{K-ti, i t"' to.1ifythe Nation I.aakirtgti Anarchist I'...'feiLs. committee, and i:>istui ers of the gar.g was Rube Burrows, at present "I huvl beta about tM'ii; up to ahuT M.tri-.i.. .i au e that d,. ah.,...1 tarsdret t :' "i! ...
    'to .rrMUfi.t
    a t : t r
    this latvr aiming an ininda a rl'T- twig hibrvitiier, James Burrows in Ala -:
    . law- on die with: .l.j'' I f.jst t.
    ti. dyspepsia saw h -r .l.a'.1 r. >4.unr# t 1:1 .. .
    alTuir ill went tat n.1 ether holies! shall intviud bates Four of the gang are in Missouri: ,.. I :
    > The hou- l'.la:nil: "a foreign u Trim alcl that .11. is t.Yt'r tP a .
    ; !rjrtis-a--rt cf Extract
    iU tiMOorruw organize auJ call UK U the secretary in the plot. : that no deuioustrutivu., ./ two in Texas, aud two in Tennessee. Requisitions t 'e ? : : i' >* ". It i. tL rr.forf oidrrrd that for --. .

    of state and pay their re ;v.-ts a* ha speeches are to take place inside the t''m.- were obtained for all last we-k. the of P.,. is cr Stl0-'s: ,,- : u's. After .:,'IIt Ailn-.Ari.oid do '!,.* >. aMWrf r-: ... .
    tI.. Till of Onsf-l-uiit in tLi can** "'c "f,1-; .
    f I Lee* "tlftry for several 't .. tery. a:el that any monument inscriptions ietective located the men at the dnTerent iJiu' four bottles! I T;U:; nble to at- nil day u1 tanart itr\t
    : ;'i The itwnautf'V on ways and m!an* hasareeI hall lie submitted to the cemetery diixvt rs. points and yesterday all were arrested. t--- 1.'-) 1.: ; '. "isiness as veil a-,. ever.I a* ooutAu l it i*.r.!* that a l : .: .

    j to the UU3l1\'tiolutkQ providing fortainting The Anarchists claim that all this was :M Slater will i..kntitLlucl testify against the .. ; order* j>ub.l.-.i in the FLolhi.t M** s' .::.
    .-._ : < 1.'t.d of chi.Uan l ... af.dMat' ''t' *
    and dHtri'iution of the 1\J't.'i Jt ut'C part of their bargain, quite the rex'-or v'. m men in the h >i e of gaining his own liberty. {t-r i ublta.ed .u ,1 > utility. > '!.** ":-1'" .
    : fever * havo h. cured bv it.: for four evtr..e iti"r wk |>n' r t. ."
    fact itr.d that they have teen ovt-rreache I He told where ?'Jyi A> aal other valuableswere ''rt to .
    llk""oiS,,'. \Vittial *"I1"\ .\. St*"-.rt. ctMk <"! -ciu ll w'
    I' after having paid their money. They say the hidden but only a |'-ortioa was recovered So v.iitt-s :Ir. Too Talium, of Taylor. of said f urt At 11,. court lour I' 'f. v- j.% :'
    ; >flKltf.Jan. Titc !;.. Ii..'.rd afore-sa:.l tlhnuary. -
    laud was returned to l>e rewritten in s.>meuniniin. by the ofli'-ers. G.:teva Co., Ala.WOr.TU *% ot
    WAsl11NeTOx. lo.-Mr. \\virhees in- .)rtar.t lartkullr A D Is-" : :' ,
    I Miot. 'iE\\"r.r.t1..rkrO' :
    i'r \ i
    j tw lc l tWo >vd (itilification of Na- TEN DOLLARS A SOTTL2.Mr. :a9lunie'ti't(1 .:
    > v projn Yesterday the Anarchist? fri.'u-Ls were recalling BIRMINGHAM, Ala. Jan. lo.-News has Jt.trs 3 wiiam-.d.:."lt r. tvr' e'u l -

    tioaal Ionic laws of Comptroller TrenhoUn.Aft that Spies and Parson had expresss..l been receive here of the shooting of Paymaster Thomas 1*. Evans, of the firm .
    ;; r et't.siderable di i'U.ion the direct desire have their bodies cremated and loilc.LAaI'
    to a
    a Ruffin at a railway camp on the Bir- of Kvjms A Bro., :I Horuwn. -
    tax bill wont ver. and at i o'clock the Blair I.
    man'm"ll.Il'rs of the
    f.. canvass showed that liaiwsville. FJ.i-
    MineraL He became involved in a FICK: at
    mingham .. Aceouiack Co., VM writes
    i Hlnratitmal bill came up. 11r.! Wil.'n. of defense committee were in favor of sending \utetnbei'i.1";- '
    in opposition row with a negro, and another negro compiled : it he had been si ,1.i :. ':; .o.ti\'e '
    Maryland, making a speech the remains to Cincinnati f.>r tint purj-tx?. him at the mouth of a revolver to is Notice i- ht'f.bnin'a1 that the 11I.t'

    i lt. to it.ti' The general idea was that urns with the 'hold his hands while his assailant shot ': :Urs for nmny y ..), lull ha.l filed notice f hitintention
    up settler ha*
    Mr. Chui.ller intnvluoixl a n.A>lution directing a slices could then easily be preserved in some him. RuiSa is till alive but will almost ii .t.l :iiu7 inn'a li" n'iai.s UTi 1 inedi- --nau (u make final! proof 111 *tiPp'urt}
    ti'+ the judiciary c.' committtv invotigate hall and there the Anarchists would assemble : ;. to Will bt
    die. The who did the 1.," .tit. R.T- : to proof .
    colored : certainly negro r.-t-:Olt a. !p .ran of his claim sad that said
    the supprssiun of the vote at a ,
    lmon tration.
    : i for annual
    recent election at Jackson Miss. : an > shooting escaped, but his partner is in jail ',h:e ',..,la'r Lxtract of : .ts t If Sei- made before _\. .\. rt"\\.1ft. lirrK.J-l.u.

    : :\ Tried to Cheat the Callous.LOUISVILLE hl're about tray: of Jan. cult Court at Uls\"illt' .FI:1. 1)11 II
    _ Tlw resolution to appoint a special committee ""s Sy.up Ist Ill:;'
    adversely Ky., Jan. IS.-Mary Warner, and Still Lit : ')l-t 1''.'. 'l'l.'m
    Death Penalty ing. the
    f t' on jH!tal telegraphy was reixirteil Paid the ::-7; andvas so nrarh Letter ini ary lax fur .
    under sentence of death for killing Frank -:\ (;allil'. F'L.' D. S. Xo. ..
    ;1 and iMiKideratiou indefinitely post- GAINESVILLE, Ga., Jan. 13.-It is alleged .tree we ., that he e-.- :,b-red him- ii. township '
    t !1 11lUl'i.J Harris in the Southern Indiana prison at ; here that Tillman C. Justice, the moonshiner ;' northwest J. Sl.'Ctiul
    considerationthe Jeffersonville both being convicts broke \f pr.-i-j > a wtll man. He south 37 east.
    The s.'nah.tlJl'U took up for | who was hanged in November for the mur- range

    bill to refund the direct tax to the states. jail at Jeffersonville. together with William der of an informer was cut down while still '; 11. : "1 ii:'vv lit t'-iis tiiii*> one bot- I. He name the lollotving tlitnean nnliprove

    :i McCain a colored thief, yesterday afternoonat I 1! breathing, and allowed to escape, and that he t. on h.I: I 1. l:' 1 l' 1 ,'" 'id: not get his continuous residence llll l lI

    1 The House. 3::'k)o'clock Warner feigned sickness, and I t is now alive and welL The execution tookI r-.v inor / m ..: I jfjt t!:e a tenc.ivilll I cultivation of said lml'iz John: w- !}

    ,I WASHINGTOE, Jan IS.-The speaker an- i had the privilege of the corridor. Young I place in Town county, where the moon- !11 'rte it" I Wilson. John I.. Harrison, All OI > uI
    the of Messrs. Wheeler, brother of the sheriff went into the : > and Frank Turner
    J 1 noimcwl appointment Hay, a | shiners are very strong, and where there is I lister
    .' of Alaluuua and Phelps, of New Jersey, as cage to get a bucket, when the negro seized much collusion between them and local All dra.; ;ists, or Address A. J. Gallic. Fla.

    II menu>eiu of the board of rights of the Smithsonian and held him while warner relieved him of I otl. The story is believed to be true. White, Liui: ed. 54 Warren 8l N. Y. I' 31 S. {. TlTKEI Utglttf.

    institution. i E his revolver and J3.50 in money, Warner in1e l




    FLORIDA STAR, THURSDAY, JAN. 19, 1888. '7 w

    -- Storage of Silver Dollars.- -be--,-- SHERIFF'S SALE. \! Ludden & Bates1 Sotuiieia! Music House. : TITUSVILLE CASH STORE '

    the treasury department
    Last spring Under) and -
    by virtue of an execution i
    of ,
    construction a huge vault for .
    pan the Issued out of the circuit for the
    of silver dollars. There is j I REED & STEER E. i .
    the storage considerable size seventh judicial circuit of Florida in and ;
    of in thebsement
    now ft vault for Urevard, in a certain cause therein \ :11.
    of the treasury building, but as :
    December last its capacity bccame depending wherein Theo. Jenkins i* !* Acknowledged Headquarter for
    tone ago as exhausted. Hundredsof >laintiir and S. Ryder is defendant. I

    practically down on the elevators daily have levied upon and will sell at public r.\ i

    visitors in open go eyed wonderment at the outcry to the highest and best bidder for I P'iie G-roceries :,. "

    cords of e "cartwheels" piled up in mathematically cash in front of the court house door in iALWAYS r ,'

    even rows. 'fhis"ault is small he town Titusville. county Urevard, t5 0 a o t i.

    with the one now being con- and State of Florida on the tirst Monday The (:rent \"hr.- .Plano and Organ ON 1-1A.IST3D. li
    cornered will hold in November, (the same being the 7th i nt.pot ol'il.e-out.:. '1'1.. ;test Place to buy; !,
    The new one by careful ,
    structed. The l.'Ill"RI.t.t .. hee tu buy; The &iafestYlare ALSO
    storage 103,000,000: silver dollars. day thereof.) A. D. 18s>7. between the ; to bu)'. .ihun.l1it"cJt Record I O\"er 'r'I"ta1ian.

    as this sum is, it is stated. at the legal hours of sale, the following de- ; 40.00(1 I'iauo.; agar tr"lluI: placed In & olltb.ern Vi11.a Pain."ts : '
    Largo il'ce :)'tsxtu. ,
    scribed real follows r
    that there is nearly enough sil- estate described as : i f : "
    ver now seeking storage to fill up the new Being a portion of lot three (3): ot sec- \ GA. Xov. 1st, 1SS7. "cWT1ii-to Lond, :s.oroscn.c: : :!

    vault It is in the court between the four ion three (3) of township twenty-live Room fo" the! procession. It's a longone. I !

    Brails of the treasury building. It is 89 (2;:) south of range thirty-six (3G It's head in Macon, and rear in B'.Lw and: :Boi1cc1. L1ii oCc1 Oil ,.

    feet long, 51 feet wide, about 15 feet deep, and also a portian northeast! eai't.1 Savannah.W niles of wagons containing :" "
    and rises a few feet only above the ground. the southeast quarter of section four 40,000 Pianos and Organs old by L. & B. Co11on.; ; Seed n.JeaI.: an.d: Bran. .1.1ay.

    There are nine compartments, separatedby said township and range, in the countyof I S. M. Ii. "iule 1870. B: G-rain.: ., Foed an.c1.: \ : yertili !
    Urevard Florida to-wit The northeast
    iron Lattice work partitions, and rivet- : -- .
    together with thousands of iron bolts. corner of said lot of land i is located Are w la ed \ do a l Between the compartments are arranged at a point on the west bank of Indian all Southern States We have 2uu! Avencu. and the .i

    straight, narrow aisles, with small doors Uiver, live hundred and thirty (;.j30 feet above Etutciaeut is not._-in-the-kast exaggerated. F'U11.' Xjiiio of I;ra.i.1s. 8

    opening into the different sections. The south of the quarter section line, dividing How have vc ever built up such an '

    necessary gaslight will be stationed in lots two (:2)) and three ((3): ) of section imtiensetrade? Uy enterprise,progressive : REED & STEERE. '
    When the silver dollars are three ((3): ) and the southeast of I
    these aisles. quarter business methods and square deaht} We .,
    in the vault the pressure is all upon the the northeast quarter and the northeast make our patrons:: our friends. We work : ..l: :r /GOODS, OLTAIRA\: TIED. '. II

    floor, as the bags are so piled as not to I quarter of the southeast quarter of section for them, take them into partnership, as it I '. I';

    lean against the partitions. The greatest four (4), said township! and range; were divide profits and actually give them Agent for Wilkinson iCo's Fertilizers. !

    skill is required in piling the bags, as the thence west across said lot three ((3)). more than their -"loners;: uorth.
    least unevenness might result in upset- thence west to the quarter section line -.- I
    ting the whole pile, and perhaps causing dividing the northeast: quarter of the Our Large Capital. our Spot Cash our 1'f..tlmoCXK : "
    -hrewdiie as buyers, our irMe heft, ;
    them to fall outward upon the visitors or southeast quarter from the northwest in fa't.lstiw'diiiseuri'v! I /fc r,(iin...nndthfne1'ourfrtrudi EXCELSIOR ORANGE FOOD ,
    employe".-Washington Letter. qu-iiterof the southeast quarter of said ; 1/1 on the growl flour 'lliat'3 a way w e have.Fall .

    section four ((4)), thence south to the and Winter Bargains 1 88788Summer ,

    Measurement of Clouds. northwest corner of A. L. and E. F.latch's II' Wanroomscrowded A NEW FERTILIZER '
    Closing-Out Sale over.
    The most important work in the ] )purchase in said section, thence with ;111)crh"V' Instrument 1
    measurement of clouds is now ary

    university of Upsala, Sweden by Messrs. of A. L. and K. F. Hatch to thee t (:renter Itaraains SS. than ever, for Fall andWinter to sustain plant life, vi/ : .
    Ekholra and Hagstrom. When oppor- bank of Indian River aid line being I -
    tunity offers the heights of clouds are determined four hundred and eighteen ((418)) feet from Not reduced priers and poorer instruments .

    thrice daily by simultaneous observations the line divhlinglot three ((3)) from lot but the same low! prices and bJlcr Fertilizer has been produced after years of study by PKOF. U. Ii.J.; nEI TOI.H ..\, M

    at two telephonically connected four(4)) of said section three (3): and the 'I instruments. Greater valr.c f,.r the money. : being far superior! to any high grade fertilizer on the market and it i:; sold ,

    stations about a mile apart. The anglesof northeast quarter of southeast quai tor. Of our lov.'est-priced Inttni1::cuts this is at about one-third=,s in price. It is made in two gradeNo.: 1 i is a preventive i

    conspicuous points arc carefully noted from the southeast quarter of the south I specially true. They arc vt::by i irpiovc of root rot, and also destroys white ants and wooclli'l'.

    by means of specially adapted instruments, east quarter of said section four ((1)), and we are proud of tin'r:. Hard t )dac: rile No. 2 does not contain this specific.For .

    giving much more satisfactory data for thence northerly along said river to I such bargains t'n paper. I last wall try.Orit : I prices and further information, address

    fixing the distances than have been obtained place of beginning. Iteserving and excepting -- -- O. MeC ltislTOLt, iu1orpris(>, B'la.
    by the photographic method at- from the above that parcel of I sio rr.\o\o.-J."r'' 'tin.; i'"t ro---
    if, cir\td('! -' t.I"J.t'I.: I'lintii.Cit 7 or JAS. McCOMII.lit.Titusville, Fla.
    tempted at Kew. The greatest height of land sold by Stephen Ryder and wife to tone full Sii j-i>;irs'jniara'it...-. V"'b:,,' lIotrUHI'ut

    any cloud yet measured is 43W)0: ,> ) feet, and If. C. May by deed, bearing date April I every edcovt\Va\r,lace('oru i:1..tndor.lau;'kteolrtht: 1;'1'l!),b-o..>;:,'&llji'< .f'mlrl1t'r.<.;!,lit["ii
    the highest velocity is 112 miles an hour :10,15S7, and recorded in look K of Ure I SeS.: .j I'lNO.r: ...ant:?.;II'arl-.r t'tri''llt.I I 1 RL lJ W K HIM! I
    for a cloud at 28,000 feet. The most important yard Deeds on 20 containing I -:/". Iticli.; r""w04..1 CIM. latest style :l " page ; Qnorui"i' tm MA f.iM.ntj bt;le. lhrn.ds f f 'I'rilll C I.Rt": I void tie nnx"iitu>n ol pn-tcntioua ifnKdi .
    result thus fr reached from these twenty-two ((22)) acres more or less. I eold. Out nt win;'k tr.OUIt ...O J'1 t1''or': :'t':nrw: imJled t J a. <-. fortJ.etr.'ubll'.8n,1 all Oaock-i,
    measurements is the fact that clouds are of 1 ::0,.i' : OJI(: \.X.-Twtt: Prx.K r1 ve t.S. 't)-,te'o'ter T" !:...l. !"..e Jrorortion ;' 1 w hose only aim is to bleed their vie-
    Dated this 21st day :September.A. t :- ... ;... .u:.. \ -..) :_ .,!'..I L'''I.k a full tn..n l tim*. TakeaM'KHKEMEDTthatllAa: !
    quite regularly distributed in three layers, I). 1887. I' Ftaidnm;';;. -1'.."U;r:.rntv..ilunlc.v-e..<''t, orrcieittrtl: I an:\-i'lilt I j'. .u'led."land withftool I UlUlti"' 1 a tt.' :' ""r' 1'. ., -lthby IlBoof .;"!,r. TRADE..... ..:MAii. I( CURED alt fiouzand; due nut interfere

    the mean summer levels for Upsala being: 1:. II. COVAIl, Shcrifl'udvr luui.-c *Mok. i.:,'i r !f,t iikt.t/.t. !PH'.. ,' :" ...r d.r\-.:. .I':.'. .1.,1...,.,Q:,. t1A -'ILLEf'a., J. f urbc th.uteno'nWbumessore.usepainil ,+!nvenirnceinanywray.Founded!
    low clouds-stratus, cumulus, cumulonimbus of Urevard, Fla. s Ci ()ltCLtN.-Fntr *'> t* I:. \\.. Te'ttinge I A;:'1.1.u. tC'ir':: ri>t '!'\".>.j.!'vhl Orlunc FOR on!,'I ntlt1c medical princpri.Dydirettr ) (
    county. Otn .-t : ., ., ", r applicatortothe.eatotdecaelt..pec18e]
    casA U1'- ,
    "tolUauUliu i:11 ( : :;!) -,': 'I:.. ;" 'll' : '.1 ) ir.tiSrMidirs !
    2,000-0,000 feet; middle clouds- ..1.m'IIIBAI.U.. able l'ar'l" orxun.; Ci,intt.ti' a ..h..Lfiijf.n.7.VT I'lb ) AV!""t1''r.. t .' r ..1 1r.. .! :.t (' in many 1 -r influc.tcei.fcttwithout d laJ'. The natural
    strato cirrus 12,000-ir,000 feet; high 'l71f111"Cwl." + tif tac/t I ". ..; I t .' '1 .'.'' >; rffl'e prematurely .ltlnIJIJllllofthe human organum restored Th.,
    Plaitltilr.ttorlll'Y.. 22v Iln>i'tiirrrfii \ .. aI' ''V' .V' iiuanmiatinK<'ll'mI't.'ofht.r..ltvl'nhal'k.t""P.tll'lIt'
    clouds-cirrus, cirro-stratus, cirrocumulus ion,;, .i.1 h's I..1\:ft ill'lj III'.:C t' 'til p't.M'Z. pc'f".t;" .:>..p< i..! :.!i.i.'fr.-: V '::u:t'0UfullenjoymPntof th ond l'fcorou.Health become*chtcrful and rapidly pains buth stKDgth; and LttXh 1'
    sale i is until the
    The above
    ----- -
    20.000-27,000 feet.Arkallsaw postponed f'tork fn'nl \'"orm's Iety.HvL'N ( "..11.\\"..,ort. '." ': ..J'.....> 1."u L.'I1Y' olr.cure.1i" TQEAT1-iENT.-CefttcthS3.W0LZ.'lrOC- 57
    fiat Monday in December, the !saute being 'i l : imCni \ I "' 'II..t )!> n f > i ti'>n.JLxi>o!snroOvarlr.iiaork. !
    Traveler. \\ irtoijrp-j j.I.i i. "lr". we a>k that you send us:
    i ; to suit allta-teter-'t.: *>'.'<'r ,.. I'ARRISREMEDY C 0. M F'C CHEMISTS.
    thereof the ,
    the fth day at Mime place YOI'1.'I.r..t\vi.h..t. '- .Jt..>mirtroullf..andsocuroTo
    I A New Nervous I>l"f>a"e. and hour. .1. E. UOWMAX, Sheriff: I SDO dillerent styles to 'IM.. ::.; .....a:. Ut1T,1'-t-::. 1,. .. : tllnst'd1'smnhlet&o. 300'11..Tpnth et.8T.IX-aia.: .

    . In the Dutch Indies a new disease of The above sale is postponed until the I'l.tNtt?.-'hirl'r't: :., .i :! n>1..i: inn'-t .
    '., .. :f\.' ') t:: ,'.';)l "
    character has made its DlathuxhcIMJAN ;:, Ie 11 : v
    ) epidemic appearance.
    an lir Monday: in January lS NS. the same .) ,
    () t.-. Mii ; L: : : :: : .k:: ";'
    j It is called the berri erri and being the 2nd clay thereof at the i":1II1eplace : Bay Slate, tell i !') :-"t'AJ.: :: I ; '
    ! caused great mortality upon the Lundainlands. and hour. 1
    Tcrs !h'H" < is :'fl.111 fj $. t:1I !
    i The Dutch government sent J. K.: UOWMAX.Sheriff.. Easiest ever n t ,
    i Professor Dr. I'ekclharing to make an examination to S10, pail munthwill). ,'Ct r" a;, I :

    and be has just made Ins report Elegant Instrument. -t \
    The above tae is JOl"tpollt"o1" until the tint Mon-
    lie considers it a disease! of the dry in l-ebrnary, 1 5 SV>', the songs being the 4 th day i '- i. 1 (... '. ;
    One price f rll. T""* r>u"ray T: >t' n n r-? 4 "' i' '
    nerves and thinks a particular kind of thtreofat the same: plate au.l liner. in i'lain timires c n a.t.:U i't'-tnin.-'atr"t' n"t1.\lIt'on I .H"1 .{J I;{ff.- -. .\, '.,, '!' f
    bacteria win he found to product it. Inoculation J. I':' IU\ViiAX. ht'ritq ; made t" all'c I''I'.I '.. i" 11..1.... 1i t1!*,. i'"+ ;Ic-.. l: j: t t :. -: '. ..
    .- -.- This square\\av stir.111'"' In..f ri'<'.- Thr r ls"1TirsihrnlShTlifhro'boct / J:' tsuehniifeacthcven ny
    -- ----- -- --
    of dogs and rabbits llrothlct.'dl'fTl'Cts '" us vanou ,ace:et, v.h(. use the Mmta's lii! !;rocs,
    different from the symptoms OTIL'! j fo (('lit v In "?"/ fi"i:" f r.l'T"Uli'1!r ii i-i;iln etraau itauect
    I print, nn shown by men attacked with the disease, To nil irhom it matCGIICCHI : tion given in eire'ilarLetts.r-(' r."W'( ;- directly and pruinptly at tho W/vr .k5n end IdldThe orgtttnl liotcr.rsplr.treys. .
    but the i>eculiar degeneration of tho Take notice that 1 will apply, t" the HonorabU: ed. I'ar'.ics In IM r tlioi'-ai-fi] miles rtt'enn 1.ny 'Jflioy cousi of u TPRcJaMe < o.; !uKACi iii Shai sent panel on*'LW ro'-pipt. of this of SCc.inciurc inSU
    nerves was similar in man and beast. .Tohu 1). Uroome, .IttdK 01 tl>e hie\" -ntn Judicial! I just as well :sis if ri h.ivirnali.: Thrt'e-fiml.: Bari no crttal 1:1 rut'd1ea1 rse.cne. Thrf trlstSpu- atmm Addrr.,
    News in-uitot' riorula. setting in ilamery tar Iir<*%artl'ou of our entire rule is di:w ty ('.'rrHirukii v. Malaria, an t" _)3'N9C1&, alt. t tit 1t l1't. 11Lt'. ltl:. S3I
    Chicago -. -- I I nffain'tt li forms of fevers, chill-(nt* fry r, tr.l >+lullert, J.oul. Mo.Jioii 1
    -- -- -
    I < tri'Mi U at th. head 4 t 'iits "oautzc fur a taret- a
    :\GCi(.c 08 lut.OI'iU.lCion. in ail ('ouuty and State, or ul.ererliis, Honor |I Jir s'."lIllI'r: 1'1t'"' ,'.,.,'< (IL'r r'r." plo )ackageand tea the YKUTIH or \ihatc f.njl' 2.1 cciitn per bottle, .;
    mat: ,' then l:.*' .inl; rig i". 'i'.*' .: I : UliUlcd to any ziddreNs, postpaid. ISOSK ONE IliOAN. Sold by druggi*!*. i iS. It ,
    We the under-i: ;:iied. ]Irivo this 2Stl day torelKKMi.of Janii'rlst fur leave to sell-. at the Id IlIn.I\\lIl oils-!:Icall'r"l'in the i &;?;'?).' "' i't't'1', all<' yi/';'v ,nd;i : .*!u/i., "! Zj* 2&ZXXIZX ('3 GO., I'JUOl'lilETOKS, @. XjOXJIS*, IkZO* 1

    day of Ih'cemler..D.. 1SS7. associated rrty. situate in l lin\ar County afoie aid, and luititf ,- I 1. UHiJ E[) E;! & 8 1r fZ8 .
    ourselves together under and Iiv virtue i
    of Section 1. Chapter K/JO.of; the J.a'If '* Allr,'dJ. Kinitf: minor heirs of II lintg: tlecn-asc. I I Itoit SOUTHERN, MUSIC HOUSE. Sp6'fiftil1I\: t,. t'i .; : Clyde's Hew York Charleston and Florida
    : ot tI.f.'l.rul'o-rtyof KnlillVT\ 1) HIMU,'ows < -----'''--- -- -- -- -
    Stli. 1S( Sand i
    ( Florida approved \II ;tli t ,
    : i iTh .;:{;; :: : ?;' "- :-i =:
    'I ;\ : -.z : ;
    the amendments thereto under tin' . i'onl'!
    > lurcfldefcribKl. ** " a | f t1A"'J, } I ". J ."' .' ... ..)iJ:: !.rJ ,
    corporate name of Thl' Titu villiSportmanClub. point on the line diMdin lots one aril tan of s .ctimithrto > : );:..!:. ..... .. .t.! '- Bteaw2no.sli.Ip J-l.n.e_
    which Mild point n tour hundred and ,, t If n". send r..r.lm. nn; iti
    : plactof dlti o te 't north of Ih,.south l.uc: of the iioithl-.' | .-. *\:;\ tt'il)1:], containing colored 1JntPl.rj; Tlui] tat';!:ln+. Steamers of this Line arc ;ain>iiitfl to s-alo
    hit-incs-i! of the -aid company ;:hl1l l of lot i of M-ftioii thriN, tin 1"-" run north alc.iu i ';j W>'- UM)..DInninlil'i of dittereat I.ra>dity
    be in Titn-villc. l.revard ( 'OUllt)". Flnri-I the tar.livi.1iIlL'II't" one and two<.f Kiid o...-ton :t. a !! I iitLt.l} i,;'iri-..they are worth,and w IMTC to V'I' FROM JACKSONVILLE
    da. and the general nature of the hu-i- dii-tai. of2.6 fl..t. rim wet .ll'rall,'1 to tin- I / ; : 1/uythein. Airecttonafor'rutling ,
    south line of not tu knit t't lot to -j: 0 ft-t t. tin'fie i i J l Doftb and Breeding Ftrrrtn. Mailed: ['t New Thur-Iay, Jan.' .")th, !,;ClU a mSEINOLE
    nein: be transacted by the aid corporation run south parallel: to the line .Ii\ hlill:': !<.ts one an-l : ,f.i- for 1'; (;t.ntti. Aeoeuty'of: Hc'" t; CJIEPiOKKE, ( ) .
    to 1)(' the provision ot mean* of tx\o a diftance of 2J:<: feet, thrum ..a,..t loran t., tin { i 1'uruNhinR iJootls ol a'l kirdi. <;; : ( 'l'\\). Thur-dny, Jan. litli, 1ISian11711'llOILE
    ami recreation M>uth hue of the north 1.! of lot two .' 0 fn-t. in.l' '. .... J-:<.Y'Y.I Thllr.,tla.Y Jan. 10th, IMiOumrvlay (
    !'<>ciul mrt>tiii;;< am : tEfg1jRir& !1 :m @ I : !:, (Nt-\\ ) ,

    generally tin business connecteditl allO\'c l less.hat to place parcel of of hivinnritr A 'Inal t..r. raet o! all jitinii al"'t>.from more tIll"or 1 t ,. Ana. E I i slJil\OLElet. ).... ........................................: .lang.-truth,1lnpto
    T:, rend for Practical roriTl.'YHOOli. -
    sport-of: \": :' kind The authorized lrss"I.t b1J.. l.inia: to P. Cowi", alfl by s.iiil" ,; pn 1OO pases 1>&11- 17 1 t! : FB..Onz FEB..N ...NDx: : ;r .
    stock of aid corporation to be J Fin I ("o-\i to Ilolert Morrcw; and lij said Morrow; t:-ul) .uhlr'cl plate n. .a'hl..i X'\J: \f:.I o '
    Hat.-li,ttAI .1 0; ;;edy] IOU kinds \A fortia closer:,>- <, vti -. > \ fl4"rllOOHj
    'l'hnU-:UI(1 Dollars to he divided] into ...'O. that portion; the property of .\f..I.J. 'ma o t t:'e fcntxis; how to csponirew: ...-\.\ I:, j i Kvrry SumluyAlt I
    Filtv shares of ) dollar each to be ptu:' r.'r on tl'fhonCl' irJo.n'hou ? '
    slOt ( rJ
    Kinig: described as follows; lieciauin'?: at the S E. lion* mcubsh'rs. and M hero Ifi bray + : I1J i : -r arrival otFlorida "
    paid in as toIi,\\' is 10 )per centum on allotment corner ot the north l.al1'1 lot two ot f-.ttion three J'.cM: ; from be..htoc!& rt l.O: It'..!.j l;'
    l and thetluteeLt call of ollicei runnm&r thence north along the line tlmdiit:! lot- h.-'r satit.';. Sent: fur 1,J (;carts.", \N' 0iI.' IL ,,! I Railway and Navigation Co.'s Train ;
    one mid two 2"J!(r. teit. tin'nee wrst p.iralkl to the ;I Vr-;'? "" :"" '' :I\r: j'...N-' 'j.'>JA''t-'y 'T .:5rMMte ? .
    ant! committee. The corporation ball couth line ..1 said north half of lot to ?Cal; fei.t I & l' i ;!rl. >l : r!'!r i:: : i:
    commence on the lt dav of January.1S5. thrum south on a line parallel t<> the. line th-iiillg! ;, .1 :. : 1 ; L-nvinir, .IH.k-OIl\'illt" at 2\: \.> i>. II}. ,,'
    the and two. di .t:ni'-e oj 'J!' fit rior ('- IfegcouneedhollO9oFVAf: i .
    ami terminate on tat: day<< otJanuary. lots one a : i
    tlie'snitl I..-!'. to the south line of the north halt of lot two. I Irlience I r& ; lttlrU-i. "l tO pn' es. 1.;>> iVli::;,. IttratioiiH. I'L.\w.\f.F. -.-.uidav, Jan l-t i i 1.XIsstESuinU : SwrdayJatl ...i.l
    I 1SOS.! The lui5ne of aIm:, the aul o'itb line ot the north halt ot ; f:; Treatment. lic.uiti.uil brecumc c..hererl of u'.i kji llatc.": C.i|:e t] i I "lI.S1E: :: }, .J tll. >-th I !>H.lEMiini t3aday. 4j.ii ..'11.j 6
    corporationhall be conducted by tot to. a detain ot .<;<) teet. more or I li''''n, to tlapoint ,i j %a lir. s. tur puu>uro ana fro"'. 1 :het-vs li:j i 11I1-.1.\\\\1C >. Jan l.:'th i

    followjtg; ollieer. to-wit : ('" thc'I' of iKvnnuii more; or;!.le-alit*. eontaat.itq.Ml\ ot "al.lla.1; <>air .tore abo\e aimw York,

    Viee-I're-Ment. Treasurer.- Sceretary.and quarter( twin in the Jio'th tmll"tit lot two of section k'aii* bins ciees, He klaied: f..r. J' : Every ri'ucslttt and Tritlay at J a o'clock, I*. M. )
    Fire Shareholder- F )ti t cuts. 'l'co 'lln.-o liuoL, -iU C t:>
    a ( committee .1 three township U2 south exclusive of the above-named oHicers. also the -.W 1-4 of tl'e.E.. 1.! of "<.ctio-i 4 .' ASSOCIATED FAHCICK3: t .i1If"frtiht ;er ueeoninlo.lations are ttn>urpi 'bi'.l. L\t'r>- attention will l..-
    and such ollieers and committee to befleeted township J-! ...,':t'' 'f rarpe :35 east. ex'et i'i/M South li1th t.lrN't,1.u.a.l(1 p diar r.t. J1 .fven bu-illc,- rnlriisii-il tothiline.Direct .
    i, acres h''ri tofor"1 sold to Minors JOI'f.' '', Fq. 110.y'"* t j. 'TC UlJ.. -'JJJLV l5ggrR' \ all ,.liiiiiHMitstH ni :.t.w.rk via (;I '.h.'i Florhla Line, Pier,1.a+t IMvr.
    of share
    annually by vote 1'FII..n.. I'nrchasvr pays ti r talc. For Inrtln-r intorrnalion apply: to
    holderThe highest:, amount of indebtedness Dated. this .2nd day ot I(ec.'inber. Its;. .. .. .1. .\. -TI\II: .\K 'nt, -I. A. LK:.LlK, Ant..
    which the corporation 1..wnx11!: Guardian f4 : ; FI.I'IIlllflinlI'II.: 1'.W. Ilajt.., ..I.ukM.n\, Ha.TIIi.o. .
    or liability :tb of said Minor. i <;. EC.i.i: :, it.ui(' Maiuwr, \VM. i'.. < I.\ in.: x to., t.l'.l"1.: _
    can at anv time subject itself toDated JO\F.: k WII..I\M". inardunV Soluitor !1ARDE4 ljlit'I :;;.-. lrl) lIlwar.: X. Y. J:: :'1I111h"llan. .... 1'll1lt.Il"lplll:1, :.) Itrualtrny. s. Y.
    be $..00. .'J V. :M. I1:0'IXtjfl. Jr., 'i.enial J rd\Vlinn Aaeni.! Jl&ct""Il\"tI.n..n.1a.

    tins isth (1.1of December. UOIUt'u1, Xnti{. Since last 321Svl1 VENTILATORS have been constructed on the iron steamers for the 1 i

    1SS;. better transportation of Oranges and Vegetables
    Fla. )
    Haine-viHo, j ;
    Land Office at : jA'n Point
    .e...., s..._ ._ --
    1:. c. sciiMiiwu.Uix December kith, 1S"7. / 110' :notice of Incorporation.Ve ; i'
    ). W. MACKKNZIC.Jix : lit 'limit C"h,'f ,/ f!,(' ."'".",dl, ./"I
    Nonce! i..;; hereby given:, that the followinnam11 \ the nndor:-i igni1, have' thi :tli dayrf
    ( >. W. coml-:. settler has tiled notice of hi* ('i. (Hit of rn'\ .IAS. I.OWDKX.>> ;
    HOIVKLL TITUS. intention to make final proot in uppoit .Ll."t: P1acc. In 'li'iiuwj. :lietlit-r: tinder and by virtue (,-ection J,

    of his claim and that said proof wi1l1h' '. .:: An lrOI1Ihm.* 1 i chapter 1'S7! of the laws of Florida, approved -

    made before _1..1. Stewart leik c..11"-1 and [ February 1'Jth! 1 -;)7.1, anti! tllaml"l1lIml"nts

    :AST UK'S SILK.Noti cuit Court. at Titu \"ilIl'a.) .. on ; A HEALTHY HOME !'John I. Howe. Bin! fur Fon'clouw :: thereto under the Corporate
    iDaniel J. I.a I ,- Canavtral and Ninth Florida hail
    {If a final decree of sale and foreclosure rendered lloehe, of X arrow. Floiida. II. E. No. '! Stephen 1 lvtler until ; load: I Company. The principal place ol"
    uy the Honorable John I>. Broouie. Judge of the 110-'G. for the lots :t and 4 and ."> and r. Indian River. t'. Millie 1'ydt-r. j Ji jI buineNof" !aid ('lIlIIl'anyhall be in
    Circuu Court tor the e\enth Judicial Circuit of :32 I south rangeIt, ) I on Canaveral I'revard < Florida and
    section 7. township : : ( ounty, ,
    the rd. l7.;. made }
    Stn. f Horila. on December 2 ; in a i I It apcrrjrlg] allilavit, in the
    wruiu caae m Chaucer. then deluding in the eat. above-tiH'd rails by L>. L. OanId, the I'l1rJf.e for whichaid Company U
    Circuit Cimu f.'r lireard"Countv, and for the.'ir. I lie names the following witnesses. toprove : solicitor lor C".tBllaiIl:1I1t.:. that the clf'-! formed i- to construct, (oK.-rate| and maintain -
    CUlt af.treoiul. herein Kobeit II. Jones i* com his continuous resilience. : andcultivation : | rail road! and terminal facilities for
    Plauuut and Martha Jane Abbott m her oii right: I uioll Fine Fnn said land.i! r. of and
    ot. and er-on t
    and as the aJmini.-tratm (William S. Vbbott, I 1 silent 41t the Mate of Floiid.i. and thatI public u-e conveyance 1I
    dlt'J. J ijin II Abbott Thomas J. .Abbott Willwm Sam and John 11. Sam' of Courtney. I property. 'Iheaitl rail road !-halllJ(- hcateil .-
    tail > MC ricer lliami I s:1i.11'. Milii' Ityd'-r I re-itb'e in i New Voikstate
    of forty ,
    SAbbott.. FraucH II. Ablmtt. Charles I. AMtott.Orace I Fla. ; E. L. Gray and L. B. lairoi. of J .. in llrevard County, Florida, and
    and I ot'iee j i- unknoivn.ami .
    D \bbott. lien Hill Abbott James > Abbott. I' .h MMpa) t ; ;
    Geur/. .. Robert T. Narrows, Fla. awl ,hall commence at or near Titn-ville: and
    W.hltott.. '11&aiebbott.::: dry ; for health that :"iie i: o\cr twenty-one years
    bruit an.l Lt"m )I. Jones guardian ad literal ;3.1;:) S. C. TUCKEI1. llegi: -tcr.XOTICI I of :1:1': \it i h'"f"J\! ord,'r.- are lrliuUnt.. I. SIHH.-U Master, will Fell for I to the Atlantic -
    a 1 1 the mo-t advantageous. route,
    beauty if cnniwi 1'. Millie Ryder<< bi requited to answer
    <*<|*sh. to ibc lMahe bidder, on Monday. February !
    CA, ISSN, c,,. saute Iwing the first Monday in the :. to. to leinni to. or plead.) to the bill in Ocean, thence, in -outh-eaterly:!
    Wonth, in front of the Court House, in Titusulle.'lorij State of Florida.County \ I excelled. said cause on or before th 12th day ofFebruaiy. direction, along or near said Ocean, to a
    *. lHteen the hour of 11 oYl ok a.m. and l.ule. i t i the Light of Canaveral,
    of I near
    three real ) A. I). l 's". or the same willbe point at fir
    "!L1t...oVlock t"-wtt \:'.an m..undivided all the lollowin one-half t& (1..') of loto Take notice that six months after the.1 taken a* contested and this be ordered with a branch to !>anana liver. Tlitknirth

    thr! ,-e (:J) of section number tLirtj.two (3:), date hereof I will pres-cnt to the County published onee a \\cek for forr ] : of said! rail road will he about 2;;

    In township number twenty (::0)). south (>f range and. .J Ulle: of IadeCountymy account- I II. Large Lots at Reasonable Prices ;'! consecutiveeek* in the FLOUH STAI mile-. The Capital :Stock; of said Company -
    UruWr contaiuinfi hity
    .five ea-t
    divided into
    > Executrix of Charles 1 in said to be :S100Mx, to be
    '-liKjacreH50[ 11-100 acre]. all which mentioned and vouchers a* a newspaper ptiblNhed cOHllty.i
    and dem-ribej real estate is t-ituate ill the County ofRrfvard i I. Moore, late of Dado County, deceased : i, \\' tIlC5:,. A. A. Mewait. clerk of su.leotuity.Cud 4,000 -hares" of :SloO dollars each.
    Fla.1BgSritae.a I t'ilillf rid court at the PIIISKAI). 11'1-I.'..
    final discharge such : i the (
    anti ask tor : :- I i
    my band thisTth I House. Tituville. Florida this HENRY ;
    Court ,
    executrix. November !Gtll, 1; i,
    U. II. J.1Gt.ITT ELIZABETH J. MOORE, \WritetoCAPUA.HARDEE., 10th clay of January.: ;A. I). 1SS8.A. .J. T- Hflt .\IIJ.
    S11lt'Cbl Master.Fletcb A.STEU'AKT. Clerk. j :\. :\. rasxv.KOBT. .
    I Executrix of Last AVill and Testament ;
    Couiplaiuaills'-r & \Vnrt(, Solidt"ri>. of Charles Moore, Deceased. 32-Gm I City Point 1*. 0., 'Ia., By II. F. ..\tkiuo: oll. I). v. a RF \ >ON.THE .


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    .SPECIAL COLL'HX.i I -,rehear that the play of "Ca-te" I Old man, plant a Pecan grove for each FOR SALE.A I Indian River

    will shortly be performed in our town. of your children. It will be the best i tract of land on Indian River in thecounty Bakery

    '. fcdvmmca incited in this column for five I investment you can make for them. of Brevard consisting of &5 w ,
    : recu per line each insertion. No charge made for -Captain Fischer's son returned from I I W&..i.injftc.a AvetQe
    lot'o.. and south half
    acres: it being 3,
    tLan A ceutt
    ;I a, IM I I the North on Monday. I The Pecan tree thrives wherever the I of the northeast quarter of section 35, I TITUSVILLE. FLORIDA.

    ; -L A. Gingra*, Rsq. of Rockledge, Hickory grows, and large trees yield a and lot No. 3, being the southwest quarter Fresh Bread, Cakes and Confectionery
    -A Fine, New SIO in town Tuesday and us a plea- .
    was ,
    gave Cvtotantly on ha&d.:
    f.: & Co. .
    B. C.
    It"pply to ,
    , Send your address to S. W. Peek, 30;, both in township 31 s-outh. range; 3t.
    Cocoa. sant call. Proprietor Hartwell Nurseries Hartwell I of BOSTON. FRENCH, (HUHAMn.
    east. This is a very desirable piece *
    4'i -Capt. McLean stopped at this place on t Ga., on a postal card, and get price list. hammock. soil of rich quality suitable MILK TO BHELDI OKI)EK. :

    i \; FOR SALE-For the next thirty days his return to Daytona, last Friday, for a i for the raisins: )1'all tropical fruits. I> .

    1 {. at a great bargain one hand ,me modern- few hour j Send your address to S. W. Peek, situated at the Narrows. near Enos post- I' .td Bill&.t In LtJ'rl.tics ere Ailtrre'aon.ILtoti.&un catered for with nffJ.

    ; f. built, new, i-rom cottage with semidetached "I Proprietor of the Hartwell Nurseries, office. Will sell cheap for ca. h. Fur !1 II-aith'.tyn.: lk\-r.*."-. a ,U l-erbotti,

    : 'I kitchen, ci-tern and wharf, front -If you want an extra copy of the STAR Hartwell, Ga., and get prices of Pecan particulars address I: Special Prices for Hotels, Restaurants,Etc.

    . ing on Lake Worth with o acre of rich you can obtain it at Gray's newsstand, trees. Large tree. bear from five to E. M. LOW ; (.. ALTREE. I'ropric'tor.l'o,1TMEN' .

    t:, hammock land attached. Forty young in J. M. Dixon's druz store. i fifteen bushel of nuts annually which Sept. 3. Brockton. Ma**. i
    and lawn sell for from three five dollar I EMl: '
    i r cocoanut trees, K-t to gran, -The member* of the Volunteer Fire : to per : oRitu
    } land all roeand cleared.-A great bargain I bu hel. Cor. Miiiu >t. and AVihintouve,
    Department held a special meeting, Monday I J. S. McGlasliaii j
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    double ,
    :rt: will &oon l 1.IC worth price II '
    ! .v-ked fur it which i ii' $4,000. Address evening their hall. B. C. Scrimgeour

    .; Poirrnr. & POTTER, Heal Estate Agent, Messrs. Pittman v Kurtz, of Cocoa, i! TIN AND SHEET IRONYORK TA31DEBMIST ,
    f .I Lake \\"orth. Fla. \ .
    in and inform that I
    were town Monday, u> RYAp
    p Done to Order on Short Xot.ce.: .
    they expect to Hart in business: Sanford.Messrs. I tor "ale for those
    I.CK'AI. LACO.WC.S. I II Roofing and Guttering a Specialty. {: Everything that
    .. ... Stewart and S. II. Hay ; Ij I hoot a'ml fist in the Mate ot Florida.
    ' L BHTROY.iL'aR Ii TITI.II.I.E, FI.A. 1; Family (;rued ie* without limit ami) of
    are spending a few days: at Jacksonville, I p j
    .: -)Arthur Chaire*, of Sanford, is contemplating i I rood 'pralit)". Paint'. OilIlruhes..
    this week, where they will, al-o, take in --y rTlJ color*. Ac. Huildpr"- hardware.Tableware. .
    j Dry :
    ; the opening: of a dm? store in .AT. FnO ('UEn
    i ,
    I the SubTropical.Mr. I I hou-e Furnishing (;JootU Vic
    our town in a frhort time. 1 Oillove* specialty.. As in years that
    A. Hildreth and wife, of Colurn- i I.
    .' f -The sloop Ijfida has been built nearlynew 1'1"l'r"II.I.1FLOIIU: ,\, } pace passed what you cannot liiuj
    , ., buOhio, were amonc the pas-enters in the other stores call on JJ r. >. and It
    and wooden
    of metallic
    at Ender and rJaip-\ -, Keeps fullupply:
    3Y 1I
    bound down the river lat Friday, for their will botrantre: if you leave without b,s

    T f,' ami will fjon, be ready lit latmch again.There winter home at .Merritt.S. Coffins, Cases and Caskets. lug -uired.* _Alway"=- at the service ottlnpiMKfiTrAn.

    4' will lit : the only motor\\hich
    r Episcopal! service, ate ;
    A. Belcher ha: added :& new counter 1 I Funerals attended if desired.: All order 'I make- the mare ;:o. :+.
    J Wager* Hall, next Sunday morning, at
    to confectionery and sodaater stmc1.1 promptly executed and at rcasonarate :I -- -

    , ,: 10:311 o'clock.Kev. changing hi. soda fount to a more 1 ?. Embalming done. 22 J. 1'IlTLlL1u.l'n''ltw.. M. r.KO\VX.lhier.

    Mr. i of Kentucky, held ad-I 1I __ '__ h__ __ ___ _
    cents, .
    . vanutzeoupoition.; i I I

    .. ;., service at the Court llou-e la-t Sunday -Dr. JriCin, of Providence. 1:. 1., i.i I Ir.dttrt..1 A. M. Hamilton & Co., : INDIAN RIVER BANK.
    morning and evening. 4KlrtG i II
    :1: at the Grand View Hotel, and I
    't -The little f-teamer Kockledze, owned expects to spend the next few months on Titii!>tIIle. Florida.

    I by tie Indian Kiver Canning Co., is, WLol .sj.c D<"aid: "? in A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS IRAN-
    j Indian Hirer, hoping to regain his health.
    battled out for repairs.L. I SACTED.
    f,l,,, ,, -We are having fine weather for growing Indian River Klianir: l-oi.irht amir. s.pH.ij and I
    : : I*. Ikrnni-on and wife, and a party of : early vegetables fur market. This industry j POWDER Oysters JHornl.t uTUntinn" given totolltttioiiLoans
    ,.... Point I IIl'.l1atl..t: "ii iii-t inortjMirf foraaln, a
    bound for to
    " ili K from Ohio, City : will be the most: promising among: I ]Hank.0.11ratioiiillld: Imliviiluul Interest
    , the winter, arrived! here la.,t Friday. lSI-I I allowed on time delveits.S10U,000 .
    !'it -j\ the many that Indian River: atlord-. I Pure. I

    t .ue ice factory going right: ahead. -It i is quite probable that II. J. Tiffin Absolutely.. Green Turtle and Game. : TO LOAN i ii

    C t Tim enterprise will be highly appreciated was the first Indian Kivcrite: to stop atFlauler's This, ttM'powMer n;rth and never who aries.esomeness A marvel More ofpuri.ty _
    t J by us, when the ]hot 4-ummer days come majrnific-ent IVmcede Leon Hutd.1 noinical than the! ordinary kinds, and cannot All orders will J"-'e.jn' promptaml caitful ut.
    tN, lJ1'-soli] in rniupetition with the multitude of tuition<< whether bj telegraph, I made available collateral.
    .f'i jf again. :\ r. TWin was a visitor: to St. Augustine low tl..t,. :sluat siioiil\weight cans., alum or phosphatepowdtis. : letter or I\C' --on. 17 Approved btl-fnc-s paper til-counted.

    -Jeneral I'ullington and party, of Eau last: week. UoyalltakingPoowlcr' ;o. 10; Wxll.-t., :\.Y. ,' Drafts on all parts of Kurope.Business. .
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    it ('Claire Wi-,, are registered at the Hotel -11'. K. Wood returned, la-t week, from TITUS HOUSE done at Jacksonville rates.KttTY
    C Jacksonville, and will ...o.m"i"it favor, con-l-h'nt: with -ouud
    ", Togni, a trip to Lake Worth. He was: very muchpleased banking cheerfully exttn.if.l.
    ; I Titusville and Indian Kiver. with that but feels i .
    country, perfectly COUUF:-roM'KNTHank of JackouiUV.Jacksonville. ;
    I .r. Titusville Indian River Florida. -aboard National
    j I -Dr. E. M. Prwho! left Titusvillefor satisfied with his Banana River Ha.. ; The Z;
    .., FOR SALE Hank New Yolk.BAYVIEW ;
    tr :-:Augustine two week ago to-day, home. ---
    ) ? i:. I;. Pl'IlDY. Proprietor.Large .
    'fIt i is at the Florida Hotel, and has opnt,1I -The cold wave from the northwest: Sugar Cane Mill COTTAGE,

    M t new offices in Mission building in the above Ptrtick Indian River last ni ht,hut with not : Airy Rooms ; Excellent Cui : INDIAN RIVER,

    city. We wish Dr. Price'l'r\" Htl'-S. enough severity to do any damage. It is i: AM) EVAPOKATOK. I sine. Accommodates (.u...ts during tLeT tftnterestoa

    I .i The road meeting, last Saturday, at to be hoped that no fro-t will visit South Tliiwellknown Hou-e is now : >ru.- LowI5oatu.j .
    open .
    Will bo Sold Cheap. I ; :lct11hthm;: Lufbtion. Lear the month
    the Court House, was not as largely .ittended Florida this !oea-un. for the reception of guests.St of the M Sebu-tK-n! 1-1 Hr, wluiU I* fjr nctllett -

    ______ I lluntitg and 1 w-hiti
    , it should have been. The call n
    i l' as -The Town Council held their regular

    f J for another meeting will be found in Ia I). L.iaulclen' Apply to VV. Wilson, Courtney, ) Fla.
    meeting: : -t Thursday evening, at i Address. : I Holler, ,
    t! I another column. ( :, residence. .\ number of bills Merritt's Island.A Lucie House

    ', ',' [jjl -The steamer Koekledge was delayed were audited and paid.! Beside the transaction i Lake Worth & Jnpiler: US Mail Route

    ; r r. v yesterday on her up trip from Melbourne of regular business, several ordin- I -
    : -t, ( by heavy fogs, which cau-ed her to miss ant,(* wire amended and pissed.: Passenger Carried Daily to the head

    [jj- connection with the 12:30 train, but this i is -The ladies of Titusville will hold a HEW & USEFUL DIGRESSION. of I..akt.Irth by hack, and from thereby
    has been Having been refurnished i is now openedfor boat to point on the lake.
    .., the r.-t time this steamer tardy fancy fair or 1Jazaron the 13th: and pith of any
    guests under the managementof
    I t this :\son. February for the benefit of the Episcopal its old proprietor and
    I ha\e added tn my stock of Watches Clocb.1'13t.1 .
    " -""111. F. Munson, of Georgians, met Church. Among: the attractions will beSt. Wart Je"oclry. tie ; a ci-nii'litt- hbeof fnm.ilj .. owner. Alvin Hendrickson. Proprietor.A. .
    Medicina of Cu'ar-, Cigarette lobicco
    with a painful accident, last Friday, by Valentine's post office, where valentines di.d I'ij ts; a collection of Tauij'Ooodlojg,

    his mule running away, throwing him can be purchased and mailed ; a Dutch Notions Mationerj and IItJo1lin Florida: B--ortnHjt Curiosities of CaucJvand: ajooil stock Conftctionrrj "of- J as. Paine. Prop. L. Hatch & Son,

    i, u from his wagon, and breaking both bones garden, an art gallery, and other varieties. I ; Scis-ors, i-ock' and table. Cutlery Ha\ St. Lucie, Florida. lJ"LL1 IX
    the ab '
    > tClr'a..h
    u at
    Hicdii-plavfd < .w -
    'i of the right leg.I Dr. Holmes was called The art gallery will be under the charge of ;toil AIIII, Titus\ille, you are respectfully DRY GOODS NOTIONS
    nmteii to call ai.d txarnu+ the same to pati-fy
    attend him and latest accounttate he :\olr. M. p. Bobbin Further particularswill i
    to ,fI
    1 :yourself at to |iri v and quality whether you buyor ,
    1, was doing as; well a* could be expected. be l'u1li..h.dlater. not WATCH KLI'AIUING; A 5I'Ec I\LTY. NOTICE !
    Latent ai'p\'d Iu"trum 'utand Tool and .0 i Hardware, Crockery. Saddlery,
    I | -The Indian KiverSteamlmat:; Company -Tltf M. Auyutfin' TV**, in referring to j ars' practical p\j triciicv in tin watch and jewelry Stationery. Family Medicines
    bnsrnes4. Ihrtll "j'; ii- uu painstaking to please as I
    t, t expect their new stem.'vReelteariu'r our late townsman, Dr. Price, says : to articles and J'n.' .s; or Kcpairmt. and HOIK TO A New Business house, in a fine location I Garden Seeds.
    the arrivals in notice MFRIT A FAIRHARE OF \' >I'K PTRnSGF.AV. for >aleat a. bargain. Call on
    J (i Jeorgiana to arrive fin the river in almutI Aiming our city we ;
    <'. t.. Rlt.tN N IM: .. CHOICE GROCERIES
    } a week. The boat will take the place of that of Dr. Edward Price, an EnglishIoliyician. : ,
    : ,
    1.; the Cleo, running: from Melbourne to This gentleman has come to 1 Hay, Corn, Mapes Fertilizers.I .

    I .1 Jupiter. Toe ieorgiana i is al oiit 120 feet locate here j ermanently for the practice of HOWELL TITUS. iJJtf Titusville, Fla. I I CITY OI.\T: ; FLORID

    i. ) i long and built oxpreIy for her route. his! profession. '" e find Dr. Price hathe .
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    ( There- i is considerable of a through; Irishc-st testimonials and recommendations ROBBINS & GRAHAM
    from the eminent in 1..0n-
    11101 physicians ,
    line uf transportation from .J.lackonvillevia Pool & Billiard'Room
    don and Liverpool. "'c noted one from _, .
    The schedule
    5 Daytona to thiplace. r.
    irrm.. .Tenner L....-_).....
    n ? tine in reckoned at nine hour-, and direct physician to QueenVictoria.
    i. Dr. Price graduated in University MAIN STREET,
    \ -f cumntlion is tobenoadebyastectmerleaving I REAL ESTATE BROKERS & LOAN AGENTS
    College Hospital, London. lie has an
    :. : i Daytona on the arrival of the trains on theI TITUSVILLE. FLA.Sole .
    office in )iiolni1'lotlllltii: i :St. George.street.
    t White railruul.t .
    : ... .
    We wish him '
    every u1 (((-- -
    " jfl [Fjj t _Wt. are plea-e tl to announce that Dr. : Agent in this section for BI.OWX'8 -

    : i F. II. Houghton, of Columbuexpcvt- Several tramps h3hl'l'n treated to a GIN::-IXj TONIC-a Delightful: and ex- LANDS BOUGHT AND SOLD.
    good lodging in the county jail at night hilarating Beverage. Always on draught.
    +; ,;. to arrive at Titu-ville about the -;;th inst.
    t I and work on the roads in the daytime Try it. Loans Negotiated on First Class at from 12 to 24 cent.
    :T He will devote his time, while here during ------- ----- per
    o luring the week and when discharged I--
    past ;
    f ; J the Na..uu, to profession as dentist, and I by the Mayor and told to leave, promised "VV'AB.NINGI -. dunce 10tin: rapidly} jrro\vinir Town.will net investors 100< > her

    l!=, JI 't"i will be to do any work in the cent in twelve months.
    I to do so in short order! stating they had I 1os'T r.E inrEivrn HY COMMNSIOXlJ :; :
    $fir.; | dental line. )Ir. Houghton has had eigh-; enough of Titusville. Sheriff Bowman IIou! J"I erienw and is reronimended l>ric -s for hides, tur- and Shins. but soil ;jour
    j teen years' exi+ 1 Business lots from 8250
    S'M to 82,500.
    f' : chased a tramp two miles up the railway pood at home. rr Lsalie-t prices ship them to I
    I 1 tit u" IIY friend of his, who are now rt si-
    "i', dents of Indian Ricer, who are fully competent track, last Wednesday, before he caught I C. E. PONTIER & Co., i P. 0. Box LViO Titusvillc. Florida.

    .1'' him. It is needles* to say that both the Orlando, I'la., ht'3: :7 : fir TninjM, J'l.i.,
    Ii his .rurl'ssunal
    j to judge t boy :io.w.AXTEI i
    t !'ohl'ritTanll truup were somewhat winded ;
    11 ) anti integrity.'fie ) TO IJUY I A. A. STEWART GEO. M. GRAHAM.j .
    Ii; 'c i but Bowman knows no failure when he
    -- addroat the new school buildin ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND !>.
    j Circuit Oairt. M.
    " L Law.
    lJ raton the track of a man lie wants. If Atty. at
    , :<; i ?. hy Alfred Ili-lmp Mason! ailvertiscnl ( l' Ionll, Green, Salted
    would read the
    it; 94 fur :Monday evening, has Been iH,-tl'nnCtl tr.llup they would> not only venture this newspaper way any 1 I ALLIGATOR SKINS. I BREVARD ABSTRACT OF TITLE COMPANY.

    ;. .ih later time, as Mr. Mason wacunipellwl more. HERON PLUMES

    f' r.J \' to attend to btiMncos which required : AND BIRD SKINS OF ALL KINDS
    ; COUIIJeteh"ih.acts of Title ruriiislieil to UE laiuls In II..C'al.ct -

    I*! ; hi. jin':scjice clsfwhoro. lli very nuu-h rt'-I I Lake ' T mn Iot\. I vjjjht in ,iwa.-nn 'l1ot.1tl\'l1o. sent; on application "I i county, Florida.
    pr.'ttetl this ]>o>ti onement, a> he i is noteilfor l:-t..r..uce1ust: : National. Bank of laTij For I
    further informal: ( AJ on or address C. E.
    'it hi in The undersigned have quite a number Titles Examined
    ; imimjitno* :apjMiintnients roXriLliOrU t.dn. Fla Lox 3.7. and Perfected.
    of good lots in the town of Lake I
    i new < r 1 iiuj i Ha Doo" GO; "Cm !
    j we know our people will l>e glad to listen u'-rth. .
    We will and --- -- -- -----
    purchase improvefor
    yI ( i s to him at any future time when he ean.l parties at a distance.POKTEK 1 1I 1 ___ Box 250, Titusville, Fla. __

    4 ::4 here. I & PUTTER, i GRAND VIEW HOTEL -

    4 is +t.: I! Charles AVolii, of St.; Louis armed I' General Real Estate Agents, I I Ii I WE CALL THE ATTENTION
    1 Lake Worth Dade Co., Fla.
    here last week, and started clown the river i TITUSVILLE, FLA. |!
    1- -- Of the
    of Indian
    1I to our stuck of Good,
    e I immediately for Sebastian, where hi, Imt- I Young man, plant a Pecan grove. In I -0- I which we are offering at very close margin.
    WolfT died of I 13. few it will be a fortune almost I
    ther Otto consumption on years We make a specialty of
    i l' the 25th of April la>t. Mr. AVolff will I without labor or expense.F. I The most centrally locate Hotel in City I

    have the remains exhumed and removed
    & A. 11. -0- Groceries Grain Flour
    -j north for final interment, and engaged Mr.Froscher A regular communication of Indian II NEW HOUSE. FIRST-CLASS IX Hay and ,

    of this place, to superintend the River Lodge, Xo. 90, will beheld their EVERY RESPECT. W

    I hame. The deC'caS'C.llin'll for about three Hall on Friday evening, Jan. 27, at T; Open all the year round. Table Unsur On which we will give special inducements. We carry a large stock of

    years in this country, where he made many I p. m. GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS ETC.
    I The1.. degree will be worked. passed. Bath Rooms Free. BOOTS AND SHOES, HATS AND CAPS, ,
    friends, some of whom, even on the river,
    not of his death Brethren will take due notice and govern Rates, $2.5O & $3.00 per Day. Which we are offering at low figures. Those needing shoes will. find it greatly to
    were cognizant as no
    themselves accordin'ly. their interest to give us a call as we are selling shoes very low.
    ! mention had been made in the SPECIAL RATES PER WEEK.
    i previously I J. :MENDEL, Secretary. We will be pleased to quote prices at any time.

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