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:
February 2, 1888


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


Situated on the banks of the Indian River, Titusville in Brevard County was settled in 1867 by a former Confederate officer, Henry Theodore Titus, and his wife, Mary Hopkins Titus. The town was incorporated in 1887, by which time it was already famous for its citrus and pineapple crops. The arrival of the Florida East Coast Railroad in 1892 laid the groundwork for a tourist industry as well. The Florida Star and later the East Coast Advocate and Indian River Chronicle provide a diary of these developments. The Florida Star was a weekly newspaper published by P.E. Wagner from 1880 to approximately 1882 and later by S.W. Harmon. On November 1, 1912, the newspaper moved from Titusville to Cocoa, Florida. The Florida Star ceased publication around 1917 and was succeeded in turn by the Indian River Star, which operated until 1920. Another Titusville paper, the East Coast Advocate and Indian River Chronicle began on July 13, 1900, as a continuation of the Indian River Advocate and East Coast Chronicle; the latter had been preceded by both the East Coast Advocate, edited by W.S. Graham, and the Indian River Advocate. In 1920, the East Coast Advocate and Indian River Chronicle merged with the Indian River Star and was subsequently published under the title of the Star Advocate.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note:
Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note:
Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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


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VOL. VIIITITUSVILLE, FLA., THURSDAY, FEB. 2, 1888. XO. 41. ,', .#1 1RCO {


RESI'O1DEICE. .\urRntia.Ir. lau Gallie Items. visit us again, have better luck, and stay STATE NEW.S. tn

:\ C. Brown's new house is boomingup The Eau Gallic River wharf is slowly longer. En pa&ant it may be as well to I
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Jan. 30. Pensacola's subscription to the Memihis !
nicely. being pushed on towards completion. remark that these gentlemen were upsetin j

To the Editor r J The Florida Star: Aurantia has a cigar manufactory.J. Mr. and the same locality where Hamilton, and Pensacola road now foots up f j
Joseph Hopkins
family were
DEAR Sir.-It is with much regret that M. Brown, propriet(:r. the mail carrier, was last seen ; but it $S2,000; $100,01)1) is wanted, VAt j
spending the Sunday at Eau Gallic.Mr. .
wife and I now turn our faces north Mr. E. S. seems the sharks were absent, and so a Orlando, Major St. Clair-Abrams tI
my is
Quinby having set out an
J. E. M. has been
ward after two months of uninterrupted ight-acre hammock Hodgson puttingout good item for the New York papers was and Judge J. L. Bryan have formed a ,. "
orange grove on a ;
pleasure in this delightful climate. We peach, plum apricot trees duringthe ; spoiled. partnership for the practice of law.W. ,; t
left LaGrange la-t Thursday going via and.Mr. pat SAM. II. Durmtof Pal:1tkahtHccei\'cd w
Stanford, Tavares, and Silver Springs and A. C. Carter's new house has received The Kathleen, Messrs. Hodgson'Bros.: a letter from Northern parties otTcring'
a coat of paint.Ir.. C. has the ,
here ran down to St. Augustine, steamer, visited Melbourne on Sunday Palm lieaeli. .
I from finest-looking house here. to buy out his special right upon the fire ;
spending one day at the palatial Ponce morning la t. McCormick is building a fine boat extinguisher that he lately invented.The .

de Leon Hotel. It i is unnecessary for me All the gardens are looking;: very Capt. W. H. Adams is rebuilding his house. West 'I't ,

to add anything to the descriptions you promising. There will be a great quantity sloop, the Kelpie, which was wrecked G. Gantert i is away to St. Lucie on a of Key Lozano, Pendcz papers report it Co.the, cigar payroll .. I' ",

have already had of this grand structure of vegetables raised in this place the during one of the gales of last fall. business trip. manufacturer who recently removed 'a

and its appointments and I can only say coming year. Mr. George Gleason has purchased the The ladies' society met the past: weekat their factory to Tampa, at 10,000 a

that the half has not been told, nor can Mr. H. S. Thompson is engaging in steamer Unique from Captain Houston, Mrs. G. W. Lanehart's.G. weekwhen in full blast. ;

be told, of the splendors and grandeur of truck gardening. He has an excellent and has painted and repaired her in fine ..
Lanehart i is fine wharf Hereafter
having a no children under 12 years' :
this pride of Florida. It must be seen to piece of land for that purpose, being style. i...
built in front of his new residence.Mrs. i of age will be admitted into the old fort
its vast hammock, marl and clay sub-soil.
begin to appreciate completeness
Charles Young has leased the schooner L. J. Brown, of City Point, is of :St.:; Augustine, unless accompanied
in every respect.T e visited the Sub- Judge :E. Sackett and Mr. William
Cygnus, and will run her for parties, spending some time with her daughterat by an adult, owing to the danger of falling -
Tropical of course, and there met Mr. Schyening are making a flying pleasure
freight, etc., for the remainder of this E. X. Dimick's. from the parapets or stairways. '
Wingood, the genial representative of trip to Daytona, and perhaps will visit season.
Brevard county and I am certain that St. Augustine before their return. Judge The Bon Ton and Ina came in from The boat races at Punta Gorda will '

his good work cannot fail to benefit the Sackett is continually improving his Our school and church is progressing Titusville on the 21st, and will soon load take place on Feb. 10th and 11 tho Me-

county many'thousands of dollars. He winter home and grove. We notice anew Mellor left for Titusville again with tomatoes and go out. Kay, Teemer and Hamni, the worM'sthree ,

has decidedly the handsomest and best barn. on Monday for the purpoe of purchasing Miss E. T. Marsh, of Chicago, has returned champions, will take part in the

arranged display in the buildingand dur- .. the lumber. to this place. Miss Marsh is a contest for $1,000( and the championship. '

ing our short stay with him he was kept "'Im I Capt. Bennett and lady from Rochester landowner here and is having her place The foundation has been laid at Ybor

constantly busy answering questions Mrs. Brown is spending a few weeks X.Y.are in our river with the yacht improved.Mr. City, near Tampa, for another cigar

with daughter at Lake Worth. Vera and a pleasure party. The genial Factory and work the is
about the famous Indian River Countryand G.C.. Reynolds has his steam on same progressing
his flavored Mr. of Mass. is rusti- captain has invested in land, and will rapidly. The names of the
glowing description Darling, Lynn, yacht, the Star, again in the water. Mr.

with a taste of a I luscious orange or ban- cating at Mr. H. Roberts' residence. become a permanent settler for the R. has had a new storehouse building projectors are, for some reason, kept

ana, he would completely capture his visitor Fires are to be !seen every night illuminating future. erected. secret. ?

and make him resolve to go and see the woods in this vicinity. Lake Worth. The new wharf built in front of the The Sylvan Lake Rifle Club defeatedthe i

the wonderful loveliness of this country Miss Allie Martin, Merritt's:; Island, More rain wanted. school-house is, at last, completed and is Sanford rifle team Monday.. Thl-

for himself. Mr. Wingood refuses to is visiting with Miss Katie Hamilton. a decided improvement to the schoolhouse score was: Sylvan Lake Rifle Club, 226: ;

throw discredit on his county by any illiberal Norther on the 19th. Sanford, 205. The match was shot at
Mr. B. J. Mims has returned from his grounds.Mrs.
or picayunish methods, but where Nobody frozen to death, however. the range of the Sylvan Lake Club, at
trip to Rockledge,and reports everything Benedict is still very sick, but
he thinks he can make a favorable impression School examination from the 23rd to Sylvan I Lake.
very prosperous. Dr. Potter will bring her about again
by giving a taste of some of In- the 27th, inclusive.Mr. The burning of the factory of Nelson,
if constant attention and skillful
Mr. soon,
It is rumored that Ward has
dian River's fruits to a tourist or home A. E. Heyser again has the Pearlin treatment will do it. Matter & Co., Michigan firm, which is
made extensive of landin
seeker he at once takes advantage of the some purchases the and the supplying the CassaIonica and Ponce
our neighborhood.Mr. Mrs. J. J. White is enjoying a visit
opportunity and seldom fails in his effort de Leon hotels, at St. Augustine has delayed F
Capt. 0. S. Porter shipped 75 cratesof with her brother Mr. Bellows of Mich. ,
C. D. i is the landin
topical; and surely no exhibitor can Puryear having the shipment of furniture, much
tomatoes on the Mary B. on her last This is the third winter Mr. Bellows has :
begrudge this little offering. Mr. Win- the rear of his store cleared preparatory of which has been destroyed.The .

good complains of certain strictures upon ; to setting out various fruit trees. trip. spent here, coming first for his health,
which has been much He case of the State against John II.
Capt. Larsen came in with the Lilian so improved.
his methods of the contributorsto
by some Work hands are a scarcity in Mims,
B. the thinks but this climate will do Ray, accused of an assault upon, with
on 21st, bringing a load of lumberfor nothing
his which from all I could
display, see Mr. Hawthorne being unable to get I
:Mr. C. him during the winter. intent to kill, Harney Kendrick, came
are very unju:.t. He said he was expected hands enough to do the work contem- Haight. up at Tampa on Saturday last for a preliminary -

by some exhibitors to sell for them at plated. Professor Robert Walker is back from Mr. C. J. Craigan, of Philadelphia, hearing before Judge Harrison.He .

fancy prices, but while he was willing to Mrs. Hawthorne has returued to her Jupiter and again at work on Mr. J. T. who purchased a place of Mr. W. Dimick was held in $200 bond. His acquittalis

t. take an order if offered for a box of or- home at Hawthorne, Fla. We are sorry i I Ernest's west side esidence. last winter, has paid his first visit here. almost certain. l I

anges at any time, yet if his constituents she had to leave us so soon. During her Captain E. R. Bradley has been appointed Mr. Craigan is highly pleased with his

would only come up here and see for short stay she made many friends. road-master from the south end : place and the country generally. He Capt. John R. Tuttle, of Daytona has t'

themselves how he was situated they of Lake Worth to Hillsboro.Mr. I has laid out extensive improvements to succeeded, after a week's dickering with .

would readily understand that he had Hands and apparatus have arrived to C. A. Probandt returned from be carried on, and intends in the near Mr. Johnson, of Port Orange, in purchasing
the in Mrs. J. E. Brady'sgrove
his hands full without attempting to runa ship oranges Jupiter on the 22nd. While there he I future building a house. Mr. Pitts has from the latter the steamer Spray.It .
which is the finest pine
retail fruit stand, to saynothing' of how crop sold his boat to Capt. Peter Larsen. I the place in charge and carries on the will be used henceforth as a tug and !
that be for miles around.
small such thing would look for the good can seen many work for Mr. Craigan. pleasure yacht, for charter to tourists '

county of Brevard. He says there have The Sunday school has sent for new The Mary B. left on the 20th with a SKOOKS.Advice wishing to cruise on the Halifax, Hills- ,

been but one or two Brevard county peo- singing books, which are expected next a load of tomatoes, egg plants, beans, b borough and Indian rivers.A .

Sunday. All are most heartily invited and more plants and trees for the Sub-
ple yet to see him but hopes ere long to to Youths.To novel bargain was consummated the
to come and join us in learning the new Tropical.Mr. .
see more, and then they can see for themselves other day between a well-known under
school meets at three strive well in our vocationLet
whether or not he is doing his du songs. Sunday George A. Gale's new boat is taker and a prominent druggist, both of
o'clock in the afternoon.The it be your joy and pride,
ty. The Sub-Tropical is well worth a launched and christened the "Kansas Pensacola. The latter had subscribed

visit from anyone north or south, beinga sociable, held at Mrs. C. X. Minis, Clipper." She will be ready for business Making truth your inspiration, $500 to the fund asked of the city for in-

wonderful sight for the former, and was a most enjoyable affair, and all were in a few days. Taking reason for your guide. vestment in Pensacola and Memphis ,

magnificent school for the latter. delighted with it. The art gallery was avery Unto no one be a debtor, railway stock and he turned over his I
Rev. E. Gale sent a consignment of
To-morrow morning we leave for Xew attractive feature of the evening.The Though a dearest friend he be ; embryo stock to the undertaker, the latter -
and beans north
wax string
Orleans on our way to our frozen home spelling match did not get underway egg Those who borrow bind a fetter agreeing to give him decent burial
by the Mary B. all of which gardensass"
in Kansas City and will now have to say till late, and closed with score at 5 On God's best gift, Liberty." when he dies.
was grown on his west side place.
good-bye to dear Florida and the many to With shout of bold defiance
3.Mr. a At the January meeting of the Boardof
friends we have met down here, hopingto Hawthorn has been very busy After a long drying-out spell anda take the field 1.
Against error ; County Commissioners for Orange Co., j i
renew their acquaintance again in the lately surveying his hammock land, and thorough overhauling, Mr. Eugene Let your sword be self-reliance, the Collector was allowed one month'sextension :: ,;

near future. JEROME TWICHELL.Our on the 30th he made out deeds for lands Dimick has the Flirt again afloat, and And the right shield.
sense of
your in the payment of taxes, but
amounting to $5,800. lIe expects to I she seems to be trying to show that there "

county surveyor, R. B. Burch-I make a small town in the hammock. may be something in a name after all. Titusville, Feb. 1st. LEX. Comptroller Barnes peremtorily ordered r 1
: him to close his books on Feb. 1st. The t
lid, from Georgiana, has been doing such
enter- '
We are glad to see men Squire Hoagland was out trolling on
Record that the office is now crowded i
The Gainesville Record : noticed says
some work the week in the says
during past prise settling among us.LaGraiige the 20th, and was lucky enough to catch all the while, and if the timeof -1
what payment
Hawthorne hammock, near Mims. Mr.B. a few days ago,. in this city, '
over twenty fine blue-fish, and would was only extended a majority of
freak of great
is loud in praise of this land, and Leates.Owing might be termed a strange
have caught more if his bait had held borne all the taxes would be paid in.
An tree that has
thinks it the river. It nature. orange
equal to any on to the many arrivals LaGrangehas out. It was a good day for fishing-at
is known as hickory hammock, which is for three years, commenced dying aboutone The schooner Annie Hickman,Captain
been unusually lively this least for the Squire and his friends, for
always conceded the best for all semitropical year ago. Four months ago all the Towenn, from New York, consigned to
Several of our citizens anticipate a he generously; divided his spoils with
growths. A number of five and leaves fell off and many of the young H. A. Barking, Jr., & Co., with a general

ten acre tracts have been disposed of to visit to the Sub-Tropical at Jacksonvillethis them. limbs died, though in this condition it cargo, went ashore Thursday morning on

actual settlers, who are now busy clearing week. I Professor Shaler, geologist, and Messrs. fully matured several fine oranges the the Xorth breakers, while being towed r

Mr. Jerome Twichell and wife startedfor Beall and of Howard A month the tree,
up, preparatory to setting out orange family, College. present season. ago into St. Augustine by the steam tug

groves. Mr. Chas. D. Sweet, who madea their northern home at Kansas City Cambridge, who have been making a to all appearance, was perfectly dead ; Flora Temple. Capt. Eells, the underwriters' I'

recent visit to these lands, says that last Thursday.Mr. scientific trip through the State, were the roots now are not only dead, but agent was telegraphed for and

and wife Saturday being brought outside, by Mr. Chas. of them are rotten, and the bark hard
quite a demand has sprung up for them, M. S. Jones spent ; up many boarded the schooner, finding her

and that the liberality of the owner is: morning in placing a very pretty Colman. on the 16th, in a dory, but the around the base of the tree, for several and fast. He expects to take out a partof

much to be praised in the sub-division of tombstone over the grave of their baby. j II water got too rough and the dory was inches up, has entirely rotted awayleav- her cargo and hopes to lighten her

these lauds, and putting the price down Religious services will be held in the I upset. Fortunately everybody succeeded ing; the trunk bare. It has been in this sufficiently to float her. The Hickman

within the reach of all. This is the right LaGrange church, on Sunday, at eleven in getting ashore ; but the professor and condition for over a year. But the draws 11 feet of water, and there i is

I associates lost instruments, specimens, strangest part of it all is that the tree is that much the bar at
spirit, and should be followed by others, o'clock a.m., the Rev. Jas Bolton officiat- hardly water on

which would lead to the occupation of ing. I clothing, etc., to the amount of some full of young leaves and shoots,and is in I present.

aU the Titusvillewith $SOO. Mr. Colman got the party to the heavy bloom. Many of the limbs, apparently -
hammock lands near Among the'i itors this week we The first of a series of excursions from
Station from where they came up to the dead, with not a leaf or live
handsome groves and a thrifty notice the relatives of Mrs. C. M. Feaster I I New York to Jacksonville ,left New
set of lake, and after partaking of Captain j!: twig on them, are full of blossom.Culture .
people. Mr. Sweet will be glad to who intend spending a month in our I York Thursday morning, via the Pennsylvania
E. R. for day or
give Bradley's hospitality a
information these lands to
pleasant climate. va. Ignorance. railway, and arrived in Jacksonville
all who two, they were brought up to the headof
desire it. The sociable at Mrs. C. N. Mims, in Omaha Dame-Can you read? on Friday. The number of passengers -
the lake by Capt. Bradley,
New Girl-No, mum.
and the fareis
about 150 as
Mims, was largely attended, LaGrange Rosie B., on the 20th, from where they { "Well, I don't know but that will be an were

In Cultured Society. being well represented. The most prominent -. : were obliged to foot it across to Jupiter, |; advantage in this case. The last girl we I extremely low, no doubt a large crowd
Aunt Lena (of Salem}Have you not of the evening was the! had was a great reader, and was con I III will come on the next excursion to escape
Had a delightful time, Flossy* I which place they were anxious to reach, II stantly carrying the latest papers and I the bitter cold winter in Xew York.
Flossy, (from the west, yawning-Oh, art gallery.Instead i so as to get in telegraphic communication magazines into the kitchen before we.
awful, aunty-bored to death by Dr. Fly- were half through with them." The price of a round trip ticket from
nan, then of having a game of lawn tennis : with their friends. The gentlemen "
frightened to death by Professor I "Yes, mum. Xew York to Jacksonville and return, ,
Sufcivan in a discussion on the respective on Saturday afternoon, the memben\ were more than pleased for the care "But that was not the worst of it. berths in the sleeping-car and
merits of the Greek Pugillarii. below Rocky' I i taken of them and the courtesies extended Just as soon as she read them she woulduse including '
the ground, .
Aunt Lena-Why, my dear, I am met at picnic : them to start the fire with." meals while en route, has been placed at
amazed. Do you know that you are in Point, to hare a photograph of the clul I I to them by Captains Colman and "I'd never do that, mum. I alien use $47.50. l lr
the most cultured soclet in Bawston taken. Bradley, and it is to be hoped they will kerosene."-Omaha World.
"ner'g Bazar.

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is GNOMIC RHYMES. not quito 2 years old, in case of her own a means of knowing whetEer it made'its I time the old "woman set forth to seek a j! j this hinself journal, during;: 'which time fie shoal r

I death for five years of married life had slow, invisible revolutions. A film of physician. i j'' capable, indefatigable, prom
11 Some days some nights, hold fuller draught left Ethel worse than widowed. absent mindedness had gradually crept David, finding his playfellow too ill to I add the possessor of a high order of b '
of peace; I Thus it happened one stormy November over his face as he looked at the mark, I care for his attempts to amuse her, j Iftct. Of a religious nature, ho later
Some suns ore fairer, falling la the west; i evening that Rachel watched for her when all at once he thought he saw it dragged himself about the house like an i, 'cepted an offer to take charge of a Pro :
Some casual face hath wondrous charm to please: brother's return from a journey he had curve into a rosy mouth and in an instant uneasy ghost, or sat whimpering by the ; nant denominational weekly issued In this
Some tone on hill or sea Is choicer than the I made to Boston to bring home a littleguest |i more fancied that he saw a soft outline of I fire. Rachel thought that he had at last city, and became its chief writer andderial vam
rest. -Joseph Dana Miller. I ; and she looked again and again! at ,. limbs. I dozed off, as, with Ethel wrapped in her i assistant" and for many Jean
t the .rtogttpli: of the pretty child, standing At that moment there was a sound that I blanket shawl, she sat on the opposite ( filled his tla with credit to himseU and
DAVID TODI.i j 1.1 the mantel, telling herself that it neither he, nor Rachel, nor Aunt Kitty, I side of the fireplace from him awaiting netted.the rcriod:cal with which he was Cou"
was jest Ethel over again. could at once have defined in their overwrought : Aunt Kitty's return. But the moment i!
f I 1'or many months past David had been state of minu-an explosion or a I the front door opened he grasped his -juch was Leander Stone, principal of &

i l I haTe returned to Baltimore after an I If more preoccupied than ever. He was no ', thud. Aunt Kitty plunged down stairs i stick, and, pulling himself up out of his : public: school reporter on The Chktl,
Times and afterward
abroad and Rachel armchair, went into the hall to meet the ': one of the
longer seen even with a howl, nearly upsetting her comi I powers
f and this first
absence of twenty on i .hat controlled the
. her meals alone and doctor. Plucking him by the sleeve he : great Methodist
ate never saw I i I panion in her course. Rachel, on recovering I jow-
evening in my old home am thinking of a :, his gaunt form except when, hunger herself, however, perceived that her I II said earnestly: pal, The Northwestern Christian \dt'o
distant kinsman who has long been dead. fast "Friend does thee know cate. The face and figure: of no
reminding him of his long hot brother was unhurt, though apparently a I anything nun in
f So insistent is the memory that as I stood descended from his laboratory to Aunt t I little bewildered to account for what had I about the ailments of birds? Otherwise : Chicago were better known than those of

. a moment since looking out into the rainy I :ittv's domain. But when Rachel : happened, and she resolved to go to him. I thy skill avails thee not here. This child Leander Stone during all these years
dusk, it almost seemed as if he too must letter in hand, went up to his work root When she reached his side, he was again' is half bird in her nature." I A few months ago. having; just passed!
soon be among the men who are passing to tell him of Ethel's death he tad been :, busy with the incubator; this time io I' The physician turned his searching eyeson I into a ripe middle asre and in the
of his
the of red and light much moved, and had said at once that he picking: up bits of shattered egg shell. the fitful face. : height popularity and usefnlnesZ,
through green
rays would co to Boston for her child. "David." she said, "what hasthee done i "Yes," he answered good natnredly. I he felt one day a numbness in one of his
, _.1 streaming from the apothecary's I Rachel would have liked to accompanyhim with the child?" i .You should see my '. irds at home!" : arms. It extended slowly till the whole
. opposite. but was too little in the habit of asserting He started violently and looking at her David's face brightened. "Come," he I arm was involved, and then it crept into
J lie was a tall, somber person whom the I herself to insist on her timidly expressed returned, "The baby I have failed!" I said eagerly, "the women folks don't un- j the other arm, and so on and on, a little
held in awe as one likely to 'i contented (i derstand. It is and himself ( at a rime, tlil: it had permeated and
i negroes practice desire. She therefore He spoke bitterly, then his face suddenly j II gapes. steadying possessed
1 black arts on those who aroused his j herself as best she could during his absence -j brightened, and fixing his shining j jj by putting a hat on the wall he lead i i I his entire limbs and torso. His
wrath. I used often to listen to the talk of by making preparations for the !:j eyes upon her he exclaimed, "No, not j I the way with consiuerable quickness to head alone escaped. The last time I saw
a rheumatic old negress, with fingers as child's reception. With tho aid of Aunt i; failed! It was victory, victory!" And the door, where Aunt Kitty already him, all below his neck was a deal mass
knotted and twisted as roots, who believed Kitty, she brought from the ;tic a cradle, I with a tenderness such as Rachel had I waited for them with impatience.As so far as motion is concerned.
.t', herself to have been "cunjured" by him. which had once been her own, and dusting : never known in him before he drew her ta they were about to enter the physi- Like one of Dante's damned, he was
) As he stalked past her door, where she was it free of cobwebs, provided it with (| him and kissed her; then releasing her, cian laid his hand on David's arm and : imprisoned in ice to his chin. And yet
in the habit of sunning herself, she would bedding with her own deft fingers. As a |I he said: I said gravely: i the savage; destiny that has thus imprisoned
4: shrink together until she seemed scarcelymore 1 spinster, she also willingly lent a humble ; "Now pet thee gone, Rachel; I must I "You know you must be very quiet if him dill not have the mercy to deprive -
. than bundle of rags, then gradually I attention to a course of lectures on baby I| write while the matter is fresh with me. I you go with me?" the inclosed mass of sensation
uncurling herself as his footsteps I culture, undergoing considerable browbeating :t I know not how it is, but nowadays, even ; David nodded, and faithful to his prom- Along its nerves travel incessant poignant
r died away in the distance, would sit chattering i from old Kitty, who hail raised a as I think, my ideas slip away from me aa ise sat silent at his corner of the fireplace i pains, which are beyond reach and beyonl
, t with anger, muttering the curses I numerous progeny in her day md was not : If they were dreams gliding away from I watching with painful eagerness every I| remedy. Strangely enough: in this grotesque .
; I she had not dared to let him hear, long at all inclined to forego such an oppor- | my awakeaing senses." motion of the physician. : unparalleled infection! his head
! after he was out of sight. Yet I believe :'i tunity of airing her stock of musty re- He turned to the table and began eager- It was an anxious night, but at last tho and face remain untouched. His brain is
. David Todd never knew of her existence; ceipts. ly to collect writing materials. His attention little ono was evidently growing better, ;, as dear as in his palmiest intellectual
for he went his way among his fellows, i I Rachel accepted her hectoring as the was again attracted by the pres. and the doctor, with cheerful assurances, '[ dayand he reads with his old avidity
, ; lost in baHlcd, groping thought, as if none j probable accompaniment of superior j ji sure of Rachel's hand, but this time ho finally left them, promising an early call and thinks and reasons with his old timeclearncss."Poliuto"
Y of t!-em had enough affinity for him to knowledge, and meekly anxious to profit 1 turned on her impatiently. on the morrow. David did not rise to in Chicago Times.A .
draw hi ; eyes outward from the thoughts by her sage counsels, went for peppermint 1! "Get thee gone, I say!" he cried angrily. follow him to the door. His head was ;,
Ic that hcM him. j. to the corner drugstore, where she was i "I have no time for thee," and he turned bent on his breast, and one would have New Method of
! lie was of a good Quaker family and ; in turn patronized by the clerk-a I, again to his work. '| said that he slept, if his face had not been TeJe raphlnc.
,f for years filled the chair of natural his- j friendly young fellow, whose upper Before Rachel could frame Her thoughts, radiant with happiness. Even when i, A mode of telegraphing was tried by the
tory in the covicge of X.t length, however ; lip looked as if he had bitten into the thud she had heard before was repeated Rachel rose to carry the sleeping child military authorities of Belgium. It is a
i1 t there btjan to be queer rumors coni j a deep slice of pumpkin pie. He only this time it seemed the fall into her bedroom he made no motion to ; combination of the electric and optic tele
cernin him. It was said that he fancied j was so knowing about a baby's stomachthe of some small object, perhaps a book. follow her. i graph. The optic station is made up of a
e possible teeth and talked Life and its motions were over for him. balloon held at any height above ground.
he had discovered the origin of life, and so glibly Turning in the direction from which the
I about the ills threatening infantile exist- I Another soul had sunk below our horizon Inside of the boat floated by tho balloon,
i bending over his crucibles attempted the i sound proceeded, she saw a small child ;
role of Creator. But whatever town talk ,i ence, that Rachel would have been greatly standing near a heap of sprawling !< and the light upon the austere face was or on the bottom of the boat, six electric
might invent concerning: MM, ::<, one : alarmed if he had not always ended by put t folios and pushing and tugging at one but the radiance of a past joy.-"E. C. S." lamps were attached, which were( connected
if. really Juemuch abnut bis afairs: fir lie ': ting into her hand some infallible remedy of a number of piles of books that :i In Overland Monthly. |I I with an electric battery on the
hail always been a taciturn man and now ,j for the evil upon which he expatiated; had been placed in neighborhood i' ground by means of wires running along
developed an irascible, suspicious inau- j so that she began to see that it was all a of the full book case. The mischief she |, PECULIAR OUTCOME OF THE ENVIRONMENTS -:< the rope which held the balloon captive.On .

ner toward his old associate.* that led them 'j matter of being initiated, and went home was in was evidently quite to her mind; j OF OUR GREAT CITIES. I! the ground there was a. Morse telegraphic -
h to avoid him; and h fore long he himself 1 with her arms full of patent medicine to but before he could bring down the next apparatus. An experienced
plunged into a preoccupation that seemed I spend the last afternoon of her brother's lot of tottering books Rachel had caught I; operator spelled a message, the characters
to blot out from his mind all consciousness: ;. absence in reading glowing testimonials, her up and tied down stairs with her, :', Victims of Paralysis Ura?gin; Their Feet i iI j of which are registered on a. common

of his: neighbors.His never for a moment suspecting that the when a Jubilee was held over her by j I Along the l'an.'U1l'llt-l'atienb Areas I Morse apparatus by shorter and longer
: work whatever It might be, bound names of patrons and physicians were Rachel and Aunt Kitty. strokes upon a running band of paper.
: Helpless as New Horn InfantsSadCate .
him it said to toil but fictitious. Indeed with the medical She child I II The shorter or longer the line is on paper
was unremitting ; pro- was a pretty ; a proffer of j
I as Hoe went on without the result of his fession thus at her back, she received with Aunt Kitty's porridge showed her to be a j I of a Journalist. i the shorter or longer Is the time corresponding -

I labors appearing, the world which he had no little dignity Aunt Kitty's slighting hungry one; and finally she became a i On these sunny morning*, when tho j jatmospitt to it during which the electric
1 r forgotten in turn forgot him-or nearly opinion of her purchases.As sleepy one. For a while Rachel had only : : -re is: cool and bracing; one sees II i current is working.
t to. The negroes, who had probably originally ::; it grew dark, however, she became too time to be happy. But long after little here and there! on the streets a man crawling < Instead of marking tine on paper, tho
gathered the idea of something mysterious restless to keep to any employment, and Ethel lay asleep in her cradle before the I I al<>n. aided! by a crutch or a cane. !\ apparatus used at the experiments madeat
about him from the gossip of their 1 spent her time vibrating between the fire, and after Aunt Kitty in her stuffy i j He i< usually bent forward his Antwerp keeps the six lamps attachedto
progress i
i masters, still'talked of the light alwaysto window and fireplace-being driven from room had courted slumber by a last pipein ;; is sl be f.'cn burning until early morning in ', the window by a fid'ct'care- of her ail- bed, Rachel still sat before the fire, drag with; a hutliu on the surface of the ;: Any man understanding the Morse alpha
the attic of his house; a light which they n'ents. and from the fire back to the window feeding it sparingly from time to time as His hair is bet is able to read the characters given
said proceeded from a candle made of dead i again by the fear that her deafness if not expecting to need its warmth much ) his pavement., nmnot gray indicate, although J by the successive flashes of light of the
men's fat and caused whoever looked long would prevent her from knowing of the longer. Hours, however, went by, and {I than t'i'l: ; !.- -ice. There are evidences of 1 1j i electric lamps. A number of messages
to fall asleep. Iah3 Todd an' de debbloaiiit ;i arrival ot the carriage. still she did not go to bed; but instead, pain in I h 1'1 ..tures. There are wrinkles I were thus spelled and correctly read by
" ? got no call to hab folks foolin"bout 1 As she was thus standing by the window rose every now and then, and drawing j| auc1l'IIl: :,,'itons that are the cicatrices of posts at distances of several miles. The
' ter seo wat dey's at," they explained; and Aunt Kitty made her appearance, her blanket shawl more closely about her, WOUMN incurred in fierce life struggles. balloon was only some 300 feet above
this Idea of his crooked ways was i 1 carrying, saucepan of porridge as an ex- crept up the stairs to peep through the j j The fy.'s f./rvxs! ,, a commingling of weak- I ground. The higher it is allowed to
carefully strengthened by an old aunty cure for her intrusion. She stopped short balustrade at her brother, who wrote on 1 ne...s fi'i impair. His shoulders droop, I ascend the greater is the distance at which
who lived under his roof, and who was iu the doorway, evidently surprised to with nervous energy. 1 aa-i I l-: e':ir.-: figure has a bagginess; sug- j| its characters can be seen and understood.
not a little proud of the league her find her mistress alone. Hastening: to' His momentary kindness had filled her I pe.-u 'of a ('oUap e. On his: shrunken !i. -Chicago News.
master was understood to have with the her side she called in her ear, 'Missy with tenderness toward him, and as she lips aie himof :i pleading helplessness.j .
evil one, although she weekly showed the whar de baby?" watched him she thought how old and j j \ ho speaks i it is with hesitation She Made Tier Tailor ',('ep.
working of divine grace in herself by t! "They have not come yet" said Rachel. faded he looked. For the first time in i and a ia-iK-: tone. His utterances come Quite recently it happened that .1 lady
jumping and shouting in "meetin',", and "Mahs D.ive 's hyar!" cried the old her life her attitude toward him had something I j with <:...; ,.ilty: they are low choked who was disappointed in the fit of an uI -
moreover, had been immersed in order woman and seizing Rachel by the arm i of protection in it. Was he not i broken. lii> speech{ halts at short inter- I, pensive tailor made garment took it bock
that she might be quito sure that no taint | she dew her to a window looking out on i working too hard? Would he not make ;I gal; :ti if -it a loss for the proper word. to the little man that made it anti rather
i ;
of original sin adhered to her.S'io"i 1! the side garden, where a light, evidentlj.from 1 himself sick? she asked herself; but old Often lie imiot find it, and frequently anI ,! eloquently berated him for the error
>ossessed considerable skill in herbs |! the laboratory at the top of tho i habit was strong with her, and she always uuwuiiU'il: Hill strange term wholly without I: M hick were only too patent in th- cut.
and was to boot a shrewd old body, quickto house, was shining on the snow. ended her cogitations by going downstairs I iiua H:!. will thrust:; it-df in the Instead of attempting to persuade ner ui >
use her master's supposed powers as a Rachel looked helplessly at her com again as silently as she had come hiat n,;. Po-Mbly one arm dandles at his i i the contrary. the unhappy tailor bnrst
means of increasing her reputation for panion.: up, and seating herself by the fire to wait ide. 1111":e and limp as rope. Possibly one I'i into tears, and, throwing himself down
knowinjme0*. But in spite of the liber- i "Missy: said the old woman, "fo' do i for him. I! lot; is draped; along as il it were a foreign 1 on a chair, admitted, with many sobs
ties she tool; with his name r.o o:1Cat bot- Lor'. I is gwine up dar!" and she started 1 At last she must have slept. When she 1 body. Perhaps one side or the other of I I I that it was all wrong. Here was a cosvI

tom believed more in his arts than Aunt ;, for the door, perhaps not a little strengthened became conscious, the drab light of a win- j his mouth ** drawn up with a line that :I ical situation. The lady knew not what
Kitty. His gloomy abstracted ways in her determination by seeing that; ter morning was in the room; and David spreads out fan shaped into a series ofscar 1,: to say, while the little Frenchman, whoso
awed her; and although nothing ('::trao-- i Rachel followed her. was lying motionless beside the cradle I i like shrinkages. His glance, like his skill bad been acknowledged in manydi-
dinary\ r happene in the house, her 1 She climbed the stairs, slapping her big; with one arm across it and his head rest- gait is wabbling and uncertain. Over i rection, cried liko a. worn out woman.
imagination, like an orchid, seemed to Lad ;i: feet down with less noise than was her lug on the coverlet. his face is !'preullln expression that is n ] He said, with much truth and not a little
enough in the air toep it llourisbinsr.; 1 wont swaying: from side to side until her From that day he was partially paralyzed 'combination of imbecility and hope. He pathos, that the ladies had become so

The ono other inmate of the house gave. I hands touched the walls, and muttering; feeblo minded old man, whose ian object with qualities so peculiar, so very particular he could no longer please
no such play to her fancy. 1);..1.\' ,Todd'n 1:10'lr breath: "Ole dog, ole black: ; thief delight lay 111 little Ethel, con- (j individualized that one easily recognizes i them; that he had mado jackets and
\ sister, llacliel, was a slight! timid ':..1 dog-wether! of her master or of tho cerning whom he evidently had queer 1 him as the victim of some one of the nu- j dresses and mistakes for them always
, rather deaf little woman. whomidocrl... !: devil.Lowas supposed to be his ally, ideas. He told Aunt Kitty something j Ku-rotn forms of paralysis. 1 but now he could bear no more. A heart
had made pile, and her occupations s.\;I.. '! she did not make clear. about having hatched her out These siH.imcns takithe morning I of steel would have melted at this outburst
: perfectly simple and evident. Setting neat: : As her turbaned head came above theIevtl of a big! egg up in his laboratory, : cir assisted i by cane or crutch and shuffling ; of "nerves," and this lady, who is full 01
senicd b3 the had[ i' d the upper landing she looked in whIch made the old her in
'.i i stitc'.icj to duty woman wag her head : along tht> sidewalk, are getting to be sympathy: forgot own grievance
, I taken to her, and tending a few window through; the open door of the laboratory. when she chanced to catch Ethel's elfish a frequent exhibition. Whether or not I the effort to comfort and console him.
plant:; and reading her Bible and Milton's i '!: Of a sudi'.en: the squatted, and, seizing yes upon her and mutter. "Dat chile 1 characteristic of other points, they are I After an hour's hard work he became
Paradise Lost made the sum of her pleasure. Rachel's skirts I gasped in a whisper: know too much!" In spite of Rachel's 1 petting to be an increasing feature of Chi- I somewhat composed, and, it is hoped, encouraged
Poor Rachel-she had been the last; "IV de Lor' sake, chile, keen still!" efforts to divert his mind from the fancy ,, ca.;:o. I for the future by her friendly
chill born in the house, and it had been But curiosity was as strr-nt-; as fear, h- clung tenacloii.sly to it, and was always'< The men who no longei crawl out to I and disinterested advice. Sbe says however -
her lot to see the g-plnal disintegration of t : and s lie crept up a couple of steps that finding resemblances between Ethel and catch the low and warmth of the sum- that it will be a long time before
the family, and to stand at last in silent[ .! s!:e mi !1t. in her crouching position, tile birds about the garden, which he said mar stilt are nerveless as new born chil- 1 she recovers from the altogether noTtl
rooms where laughter on her lips would I comnnnd a view of the room. came from her having lain in a shell, and dreii. Their limbs are inert as masses of 1 sensation of apologizing for what. was not
have Cl'll',1 ghostly to her, even if the She did not in the least doubt thatthe he pointed out that the white down on i gelatine. They are powerless to move 1: her own fault.-Boston Herald.
yearsvi..,.-'.l had taken so 1:1:::h way 'od black man" was before her her face was referable to the bird part of! their muscles, and have to be lifted,
from her Ir.-l nut at loot strippcl h.-rnJ ,I ::qhe gazed at the moth eaten orang her nature. Her fear of Rachel's old turned, taken up and down like babes. The Year 1889.
her ori.1.1 t.ciall stock of buo' ..CCY. I"m:.-.:\. in the corner. There was an: xiac. tabby, he also averred, arose from that 1'hc11111..t be fed and the wants of The year 1889! which comprises the
I Living in the dim rooms s-he had c:"ownalmost .: .:- y skeleton in sight and the flaring source. i nature cared for as if they were puling '. Litter part of the 113th and the beginning
as quiescent as the moths tL.a'. now v ".* made the uncouth shadows cast 1'. One February morning he found Ethel [ infants i.i the i.urse's arms. 'I 114th year of American Independence,
and then tinning their way into the Louse :I -.0 retorts: tremulous, as if the long standing on a chair looking out of tho i This n.ew disease is a peculiar outcome : corresponds to the year C609 of the Julian
from the masses of Virginia about si tunica u':..ks were truggliiig into life. window at the soft snowflakes that '
were r>f the environment of our great cities. .:, period, to 739JX-98: of the Byzantine era
t the vr-iulows; lay motionless at the bottomof R.ul was Strug-ung with a vague falliucand gurgling contentedly herself. The atmosphere o* this region is flied with ,. the year 7393!) commencing Sept. 1: to
Vie I,.tries. fear t:.;.t as jvt ha no shape; and re- "What is thee looking at, Ethel?" he H malaria which exhausts, prostrates, ; 5G4!>-50 of the Jewish era, the year o&O
Five years: before the date of o..r s'crj, "-raL-s of Aunt Kilty's detaining hand said, hobbling to her. Then seeing the > paralyze those whose overworked todies commencing Sept. 23 at sunset; to 2W-
; she 1'ad been thrown into the rl- Ihe1_ upward that she might see intot snowbird hopping about the rose bush i are forced to inhale it. Its victims are since the foundation of Rome, accordingto
et Mutter of her life by l ivia-4 : r.,::r.:. Bat the cause of Aunt Kitty's outside the window, he said eagerly. not the old who have reached the allotted V arro; to 263G since the beginning or
nn orphan niece placed under her: sntVi n fright was not evident to her.SI. "What did I hear thee saying to them, '. span of their life, nor those enfeebled by the era of Xabonassar, which has been
charge until the of iw 1. loo!.,l-at her brother and saw that her Ethel
\ rigors a \\ of the
but the 26
age or heredity men with active assigned to Wednesday, Feb. ,
winter should be Tho .. .; 1.\ \ quietly into a small box lIe
England past. \ -- brought his face down coaxingly to brains, intense energy, boundless ambi- 39C7th year of the Julian period, and ?
; 1. itor was a radiant! girl with Golden I.anrurye \'IIIi: MOod on a table in the center oft hers and the child with an impulse of tion and restless effort. It is in the the notation of astronomers to the .6t.h
and a bright yellow hair ii v hie :? rY)tl. It was, in fact, an automatic! mischief flung her arms around his neck narare of a rot which affects not thegreen year before the birth o* Christ; to the
poftr rcsssses an amber comb os:t-:4 i' .-ubator of his own manufacture. and Bubbled in his ear. the immature, but the ripened 2C65th of the Olympiads; to 2201 of the
I f hovered d>out her in ..-. -. ; ';,ofathaiation Early that day he day suddenly ''U title Dave doesn't understand," he fruit. It attacks the men who labor by Grecian era, or era of the Seleucidtf;
and was the i.u i .- i'n.* .. I:'ouMed whether he had filled the bCl1l:1tl1 said : "Shall oli
regretfully. we feed tho day and dream of work by night; it is a 1603 of the era of Diocletian; to 2343
elder tl:1t"er a wnvvnl gill li'krttvto '< :':'-: the machine before leaving birdie*"
sting;; which pierces not the drones, but i the Japanese era, and to the 225th year
mnmlll uvUv nut o.illie:_ it N'1 home; then, if he had done so, was lIe soon had the window open and little the workers in the human hives. of the period entitled "Meiji." The
the* .ilhul\Ult Kit:; tar:euu : 'c1.tLt .'.> ho :':ae of the thermometer? or, wouldt' Ethel Mated on) the till scattering crumbs : The idler slowly disintegrates and dis- year 1307 of the Mohammedan era, or the
t sway, bat even D-tv.J lost: bo:u of LI::* i i- :(' C;;'T revolve properly? and his about her. To her delight: the birds, waxing appears. He passes from a lethargic life Hegira, begins on Aug. 28, 1889, and the
i!' attention to what vva0:1 i ia ; .' mind h::-! cone on imagining: all possible -cM, first snatched the crumbs from into death with as little consciousness and first day of January, lb$9 is the 2,411-
iF Home R': \ :*."w.-vd a grim 1.l.q-i": lll.l' defects ia: the machine, and how he might her fingers and then took to junketing in suffering attend the natural demise of 004th day since the commencement of the
t'. girl's c.ri-lM-T: n''t.-g. have made it better, until he grew more her lap calling "Peep, peep." .a He is an implement that rusts Julian period.-Detroit Free Press.
Thecise:rail that It to Ilachel if Lad separated him from home with hourof her head from
Kx-iue.: as every bobbing side to side in imitation a machine driven at a high rate of speed, A Tear Shedding Tree.
never bti a a \ear '"'vr the I' ,1 ukv.rcrv ::- .- travel the express train made toward of them. "Peep, peep!" and she with for InJi.1
1- no stoppages repairs which of
carries -
nil IKS ,. of thm his destination and he had takento The Kagashi tree of the nativesis
rj than; i any th finally lolled back in David's arms to laugh up a tremendous pressure, and some day weeps
t 01'r ople were viIis--c ill tiui.k i p.cin.; up and down the car with sucha in his face.Suddenly. explodes and is blown into i described as a tree that really w
fragments. 1 of one
1 Ethel's departure *.'- 1.o.. i l1. t-u.* fcvtrish; one ideas expression that the her feathered friends flew off.i i 1 Over If an ax cut is made in the bark iron
a quarter oa century there
blithely lu-r return passengers looked after him. On reaching "Oh Dave cried ago these trees in spring, the sap flows
: l.oI:-4ti. Rachel, "how can theo from
tame a man an eastern state
young and
h7 S so i 1\9): in the thon_tt of IM rap home however, he found that all had act so: Ethel will take her death of cold;" who in time located in Chicago. He was, '! the wound in a great stream; }Rbhe:
'roachin1; i iirr\i2 a l.hat110 lea t: cm gone 0:11:> well ia. his absence as if he had and taking the child in her arms she: shut finely educated, ambitious industrious ever an opening in tbe bark is i03" time':

nl;.. .>tvit.... :.ia :';.L'..:. Du: .. > t'l't -.:-- been stauir.! beside the machine day and the window and hurried to the fire where energetic and ready and willing to devote, 'fluid escapes for a considerable observe:
later, win .-. \V f".' l.;ll L:I >. !J < nas.!'1dcr night. Having scrutinized it with the she proceeded to rub the child's blue arms himself to any honorable employment.I : These facts are given by a recent ran"*
who drops
hue to i..i% t>hc ii}"i.1ght (If them otten. fondness: cf an inventor, he stood looking and legs. Later in the day she had recourseto i soon secured a situation as principal mentions noticing great the o1n0
from branch at
t And when she felt Li-r iwllonliteslprtt, complacently down upon his handiwork, her stock of patent medicines; but in I i cf one of the public schools.Jo'urther I one broken been in T&i0t aing" 'wool p-
from her grasp, the iut-inory of liut-Li-l's hIs e\-e renting:: casually on a short hori- spite of their vaunted virtues and even of j on he gav* up teaching and a second, tho tree having dars.- rI -
at least ten
pa: t tenderness gave her conrajje to writ; :: zontal line of red ink which he had put the hot bath that Aunt Kitty suggested. i I connected himself vita journalism. He I kansaw condition Traveler.for
to her asking: her love h-r a link I:tt 1.r 1. oa the cre. suspended in the warm air, as Ethel crew rapidly worse, until at bed was for several rears a valued attache of





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Horrible Fate of Fifty-Seven Miners at lrocecding of the Legislature for the '


ON THAT SUBJECT.A VICTORIA, B. C., Jan. 30.-An explosion In the senate, Mr. Beck presented the remonstrance 1.
SENATE occurred in No. 5 pit of the Wellington collieries LOW TENDS TO INCREASE IT. of the Western Union Telegraph LATE STATEMENT.-'
B H M |
yesterday morning, by which over company against the passage of the postal I'

For the Exclusion of Dependent lives telegraph bilL Ordered printed and referred.A As Chairman of the Railroader
Bill fifty were lost. A dense mass of dust The Irish' Editor is Presented With a j ; Committee

and Dangerous Classes, Though an In. and smoke shot into the air. The noise of Medallion of Nullets-His Spirit Still ; petition from Massachusetts in favor of He Declares it Void of Truth and I''
was referred to the committee on foreign -
'pcctlonattr1InvestJLatton In Their Own .I the explosion was similar to the report of a Unbroken Donegal Tenants Arming :| ;peace; relations.: The resolution to investigatethe Says the Railroad Utncials Forced the .

Countries-Washington News. large cannon. The fan house was destroyed, Themselves-Steamer Founders. i! conduct of Federal officials in the recent Issue Chicago Printers-Labor.FoTTsviLLE .
also the woodwork in the shaft. The fan I 1.
WASHIXGTO% Jan. 26.-Senator Palmer, house was quickly and the fan LONDON, Jan. :GO.-The reception accorded I election at Jackson, Miss., was reported and : Pa., Jan. 30.-Chairman
of Michigan, called up in the senate his bill started. Mr. O'Brien. last night, at Mallow, has made i ..adopted. Bills were reported for the admission Lee has just issued his reply to President : J.
I. of the state of Dakota and the J
organization -
to regulate immigration The shaft timbers were so badly damagedthat -. Mr. Balfour's sal Corbin, of which the ",
I t'l" of the territory of Lincoln. The house t t
aud the ;: could not be used but low following is a :
pro- cages:: ropes I face to grow joint resolution appropriating\)() for the copy j
ceeded to were immediately lowered. The first: miner i still "Mr. Corbin's statement
ride I \ more yellow international exhibition at Melbourne was ,
4 to co-r.e out of the pit had climbed by mean i .
isihjct. ; of the railroad
that body and has set the I.a sccl. Resolution were offered blr..
of theu j wire cable to within hundred | .
He dis- e ;' one i chief secretary and ; Chandler calling; for information as to the trouble:, and what hd \
fet-t <)f UK top. A rope was then lowered tobin -5..-..
I IIi.
claimed! at the outset and he reached the surface exhausted. I his able castle assistants changes made in the new crui>ers. Mr. Frye calls facts, is known 1

intention to | made a tariff: speech criticising; the president's 4 ., If to l e an untrue statement -
any .\ ..-,-on1 miner was also rescued by thia at work
I .. The Blair educational bill "
ute-sa l'
prevent any t ni>ajlf method, but the third when within fifty feet ; ;....t::, :j trying to devise (d + / to mislead thj
di.t' 't its author for hour. At { .
j. .t was u>st' by an
\ lion ..t. inll us- ot the top suddenly! relaxed his hold and fell ; .JjF.' ; '. .f:'f some plan by :;:::0 the 'nate"l.ut into l'xl."mis."hlH, / l ", public as he attemptedto

trim!". I iw-aidng 4 to the bottom of the pit. Two men were I :t J. which, even suchdemonstrations j and at 4:15 p. in. adjourned.In j r" f do in the miners

pyre 11l i from ticking; then lowered as a searching party. They returned -':' .. as the house the regular order wa. the iv*>- I case, but failed. Mr.

A L..I" on Amer- and stated that nothing could be the Mallow baneIkrr ;: lution Cdiuhriairg: Mr. Carlisle title to his Corbiu says the em-
heard but calls from below.
legs' >..iI.!! If it was SENATOR PALMLKdesird .iij "i oust mav l+e supceedingly :, seat. It was all'pttxI-yc. lt>4. nays 71. i:'l.LEE.. ployes of his company #
the mine had .
Fortunately taken fire.
that the American working nan not ; \: p.:1'l I!ressed. It i5 ex'r' Under the calls of states alls t were introduced at Port llifumoud in charge of tho switch
A made and lowered :
temporary cage was tta l : and referred and at ;; .j(,) the house nd- \; '
: ':--l'I : engines refused: to transfer the ..t..ltHr'Om-
tboul'l retain his superiority over the underpaid considerable depth, the miners climbing to t gallingI; : I
of such I to Halfour to !inll'I' journed. ._____ l"1luJ's goals consigned to them, aud for refusing -
laborer Europe, obstacles would it by means of ladders, so that 10' of tho IOU nox. \VILUAU o'Burcrr.: ; I

have to be interposed from time to time as miners were it>>cued. The unfortunate: who that after a season of imprisonment: of the : Turiity-Fonrth IJa ". I were discharge."Now J.

would deter the influx of those who would had fallen back into the pit was taken out strictest nature, the Irish patriot and editor, In the senate the first report of the l-oard wo ask Mr. Corbin: Was ha not i

degrade American labor by undue competi-I dead. The explosion' took place in the last nothing daunted, is again ready to enter the I i: of control as to tho management of the indus aware that the general superintendent, Mr.Sweigard '

level, and in this twenty-five white miners i trial home at Utah was tran acte.l by the i had enteml into an agreementthat !

tion.Much had boon done for the United States and a number 0: Chinese were imprisoned.At h ts against: him. I pre i.j"llt. A bill was introduced and referred none of the employes of the company !

and for American laborers and artisans by Z;; a. m. all the white men who were at j The proud spirit B still unbroken and the I j for the formation and admission of I should! IK disclurged without a fair and impartial 1

the duties imi o.v.jj on foreign manufactured work were carried out dead, and the taking mind not swerved an inch from its original :,, the state of Montani. The president's message hearing I will refer Mr. Corbin to

goo.1,, but that very process had stimulated out of Chinese began. purpose It is very ; on Pacific l'ai'ads; was referred to a Article;.. of tUJ agreement; signal by Mr. [

immigration; and that immigration, although 'i j galling, especiallybecause .- special committee of .en'n-y.:1s ",}, nays 1;,. I Sweigard. When the committee waited ujxinMr.
m the main ben ficient, now threatened the Irish A bill was passed authorizing the construction I Sweigard hi refused to comply with the

if continued, without selection, ta aggravate -I Colta Narcisse the Happiest Darkey in I secretary had selected of a bridge across the Mississippi:: riverat :I, articles of agreement, and he further refused<< i iI
Burlington, Iowa. The deficiency : to hold conference with the committee.
existing evils and to lower the standard Louisiana. appropriation I I any }
American Mr. O'Brien bill wa+ taken up a til discussed : The police and Pinkerton men were sent to
of th* people, by lowering the NEW ORLEANS, Jan. 26.-C'onniderable ex-
wales of those who toiletL citement was created yesterday at Pass as the ono upon s until a.: ) p. in. when the senate atljl>urnC.1. I Port Richmond, and were on the company'sproperty
whom close confinement In the house a bill was reported I the before
intimidating t
approprinting ; employes,
A c< n\ii-tiou was growing, said Mr. ,I Christian by the discovery of a pot of buried
Palmar, that the country with its sixty million !! treasure. Colta Narcisse, a colored man, i and rigid ; $175OdO for repairing the United any strike had taken place. This fact alone, c

of impulatioa' and its fifty millions of I was plowing in a vacant lot owned by Nicholas -! treatment would States: steamship Hartford. A resolutionwas i Mr. Corbin, justifies the people in saying that ;I Ii
wealth, bad passed beyond the need of immigration Uuchert, when the plow struck a hidden : tell the most and I adopted railing on the public printer for i this strike was premeditated by the officials
information as to discharges at a time when of the Heading Railroad Hear in !
; and that it was time to go out of object, breaking off the point. On lookingto would the soonest i rj I company.
the "asylum" business; time to cease to be a see what ho had struck ho found a curiously -j break. It was not to a the printing ordered by the house is largelyin I j mind, Mr. Corbin, your subordinates:! discharged -
arrears. A bill was passed authorizing !| the men at Elizabethport without
for the vicious
dumping ground delinquent such still used in
shaped jar, as are !
to hear t I
surprising the constructing of a bridge across; the Mississippi acknowledging the agreement between the
human pnvluct of other nations. The object Mexico and South: American countries to I
from Dublin this / I river at Memphis. Bills were passed company and its employes. ,
of this bill was to provide for the exclusion hold water.
morning that the I authorizing the construction of a bridge; "We now would like to call the attention '
of dependent, delinquent and dangerous Tho jar was broken and found to be nearly
and castle was disturbed i across the Missouri river at Lexington, Mo. ; of Mr. Corbin to the fact that the company, .
classes, through an inspection investigation full of silver: coin. They examined and.t'Ountl..J A. j. BALFOUU.or I 'I
that new councils were being held. One conferring civil jurisdiction on the United or its representative, Mr. Sweigard; has
in their own countries, instead of at the ,, the coin and found 2W: silver half
and effect this with the feature of the last II States courts in Indian Territory. At 4 p. made objections to labor organizations, and
ports of entry, to j dollars of American coinage and two quarter i significant; banquet nighti
the house journed. stated that would the
least possible hardship or inconvenience to I j pieces, ranging in date from 17'J4 to 1"2"'. i the presentation to :Mr. O'Brien of a medallion m. they wipe out Knightsof
Labor. 'Finally on Saturday, the 24th
desirable<< immigrants.He I I The remaining contents consisted of Spanish | composed of the bullets taken from I Twenty-Fifth Day. k
of December the
quoted<< extensively from the United and Mexican plasters and smaller coins, the : the bodies of the Mitchellstown martyrs. In the senate petitions and memorials were day order that, the general of manager such issued '
an names em
States consular reports to show the undesirable 1 dates ranging from 1720 to lS,>>tI. The value 1 This that Irish will presented and referred. A resolution was I
means patriots nevert did not for the
ployes as report duty on
, character of large classes of immigrants of the whole estimated at$2o5. adopted to pay Mr. Lucas $1,000 for expensesin
I that sad and that
l forget occurrence, every morning of Tuesday, the 27th lay of December -
from Europe: referred to the Chicago riot asa : As to how it got there the most plausible contesting; Senator Faulkner's seat. Mr.
; effort will be made to the
I perpetuate memory would be stricken off the rolls, and their
result of the introduction of Anarchists: theory is that it was buried by an old negro of those who were shot down in cold Quay, of Pennsylvania, offered a resolution places filled by new men. That was done.'

and their teachings, and concluded Ly saying named Charlo, who was a slave of Mmo. blood by the government soldiers, and for requesting the president to furnish copies of
that, while his bill was not all that could be I Azmar, one of the first settlers of the pass. the correspondence as to payment of awardsof : "Right here, Mr. Corbin, we place our
which act redress not the
I no was given, even
side of the before the and
desired it was a step in the right direction.It ';j His cabin stood near the depot, and being a poor satisfaction of a reprimand to the men Venezuelan: claims. Mr. Chandler's resolutions case people, say
that not done. When committeu
would mako the evasion of the existing ', miser it is naturally supposed that he hid who cemmitted the deed. calling on the navy department for was our

laws on the subject more difficult, and would i his hoard in the ground about the year Mr. Balfour is fast discovering the spiritof information as to the purchase of plans in visited Mr. Sweigard on Monday, Decemberthe

compel what was demanded by the enlightened : i 1o.I : patriotism which burns brightly in the foreign countries, and changes; in plans and :20th, the committee agreed with :Mr.

sentiment of the American people-a contracts for ships of war, was adopted<< withI Sweigard to make an unconditional sur-
I Arrested for heart of every true Irishman, and that hundreds I
Forgery.ST. amendment extend the back to render to him for the discharge of the five
moral quarantine.On I I to inquiry
the conclusion of Mr. Palmer's remarksthe THOMAS, Ont, Jan. 27.-Alfred Rid- of evictions and imprisonments cannot I 1SSX The deficiency bill was taken up, and rews, together with Bernard Sharkey and
I of the :New York Mutual Life Insurance subdue tho people he has so confidently undertaken Ambrose lick and then to the
bill was referred to the committee on for- ley, agent I it pas&nl. At 5 p. in. the enttwnt into agreed obey
d has been arrested for to bring to his own terms. rder issued General McLeod
eign relations.Violation. ; company executive session, and soon afterward ad by Manager< ,
forgery. A note, dated July 11, 1557, for the Mr. O'Brien will not appear ut many more I that tho men who did not report for duty

of the Revenue Law i sum of $1,500, signed by Alfred E. Ridley public receptions, but it is his intention to J journed.In the house a bill was introduced for the would be discharged.

"WASHINGTON, Jan. 2(5.( -In the house judiciary I and his wife, :Norah S.: Ridley, in favor ofa jet away somewhere and rest until parlia- I readmission; free of duty of exhibits sent to "Now, right here, Mr. Corbin, we would

committee a substitute for the Henderson I Samuel Haight, of Sparta, and purporting ito cent opens, so that ho can meet and condemn I the Paris exhibition in 1S89; also, to reward [like to ask you did the company carry out

bill was unanimously agreed upon. It IK? endorsed by him, payable six months to his face the man who has so successfully Certain inhabitants of Japan for their humane I the orders issued by the general manager

provides for the abolition of the minimum I after date at the Merchants' hank, was presented gained the hatred of Ireland. j : treatment of American sailors. A bill I when the subordinates under the general

penalties for violations of the revenue laws, I by Ridley in July to Messrs. Crothers Neither the Least Nor Last Demand. was reported to amend the internal revenue manager: discharged all the prominent men r''

makes all warrants returnable before the & Crothers, and the money advanced thong the entire line of the road who complied -
BERLIN, Jan. 30.-The minister of war aniounces taws for tho punishment of violations; also,
nearest judicial officer who is authorized to I thereon. For six months no suspicious were that a loan of 230,000,000 marks is authorizing the construction of a bridge; with order of Saturday, December,
take preliminary examinations of the case, aroused the of Ir.Haight's Lad did into effect December 27
regarding genuineness go Tuesday, ?
[required on account of the new military bilL across! the Mississippi river at Burlington,
and restricts the issue of warrants for violation I On the 14th Who is at fault in this the
signature. Saturday: difficulty- men
enable the
Dus will government to completethe Iowa. A resolution was adopted to appoint I
of the revenue laws. I instant, the note fell due. Ridley asked<< a military organization. The minister i committee to make an inquiry into the who obeyed the order of the general man- I

few days grace, and on Monday presented a 1ger or the officials who disrespected Mr.
No Hope For Maxwell. says he cannot promise that this shall be the names number and extent of the corpora-
check for $1,550 signed by Uaight Pay- I BIcLeod and his order of Saturday, December
WASHINGTON,Jan. 2(5.( -The supreme courtof last: demand for Ciu-h. .tions engaged; in manufacturing and mining,
the bank and after 24 1uIr.
ment was refused at correspondence I
decided or dealing; in any of the necessities of life,
the United f'tnteha.i adverselyon with Haight the forgery was The Donegal Tenants. I "trusts" their Corbin says: 'No man shall be ostracized -
and known as or "pools
Maxwell the St.
the case of Brooks, alias arrested had Jan. W; ). The of the because he
:llseovered. When Ridley a DUBLIN, tenants Donegalire business and the effect of on road belongs to a
denies the writ of Methods of doing ,
Louis trunk murderer. It vial of laudanum in his pocket and confessed arming and will withhold all rents while I of abor organization. All that is expected
hero combinations
: on price necessaries.
error on the ground of want of jurisdiction.This that he meditated suicide. He has a wife Mr. Blane, member of parliament, and .'rom our employes Is to render faithful service -

causes tho judgment of the state courtto and large family. The case was remanded :j Father McFadden, of Gwcedore, are kept in I and obey the IIl3IlngemE.nt.'

hold. until Friday nextIt I prison. The peasants threaten to destroy all Twenty-Sixth Day. "If Mr. Corbin means what he says, and

Speaker Carlisle Victorious. bridges in the county and troops are hurry- In the senate a petition of the Chicago will act accordingly, there is no good reason

WASHINGTON, Jan. 2(5.-Mr. Crisp demanded Keaches the Pope at Lnst. I ing there to preserve the peace. j board of trade was presented asking for re- why he will not hear our side of the case,

the regular order, which was the nom Jan. 2l>. The copy of the constituI I I aliatory legislation against France and Ger- I end when he gets the men's side of this case,
tion of the United States sent President j I A Modern Hostile.DUBLIN for American meat. Also a refused
rote in the Thoebe-Carlisle contest The nany excluding ie cannot say they to obey the orderf
resolution the title of Mr. Carlisleto Cleveland to the pope was presented to Leo Jan. :50.-Cox, Nationalist member number of petitions from various states in I ) the general manager, and if hU officers
confirming XIII. Saturday by a committee of American of parliament, is confined, in a cell at En-
H'A 72. favor of prohibition in the district. The I lave lost their heads and caused the strike,
his seat was adopted-yeas nays bishops and other Americans resident in :iItom uis jail that is reeking; with moisture, the I house bill to carry into effect the act in re- why not shoulder the responsibility where it

PREPARING FOR BATTLE. J window frame having rotted away from the ; ;ard to experimental stations at agricultural Belongs, and start your mines and railroads,

I The presentation speech was made by i :lamp. colleges was reported. Bills were passed increasing tad do not let the public suffer any loss aOOncoll'euicnce

the McCoy and Hat field Factions Layingin Archbishop Ryan, of Philadelphia. The delegation I A French Steamer Founders at !Sea. the pension for total deafness from on account of the action of a

Supplies of Ammunition.CxTLKTTsijruG I ; then received the apostolic benedic- LONDON, Jan 30.-The French steamer ;13 to $30 a month; granting to California 5 few stubborn officials over whom you have

Ky., Jan. 28.There is I tion, after which Dr. O'Connell, rector of the Suez foundered as sea as the result of a col- per cent of the net proceeds of the cash sales ibsolute control The trouble was caused by

nothing new from the fierce vendetta that is ;I American college, presented the gift to the lision. Twelve of her crew were rescued. ,f public lands; granting a pension of $2,000 I :hem, and it is the opinion of the general

being waged between" the Hatfield and McCoy pope. The pontiff was jfreatly pleased, and io Mrs. Logan, and a similar pension to the ;public that it is your duty to end the

factions in Pike county, Kentucky, and after making short address turned to Dr. Tax on Telegraph Poles and Wires. widow of Gen. Frank P. Blair. Yeas, 55; :rouble. Joni L. LEE,

Logan county West Virginia The scenes I O'Connell and said: "I desire you to make PllIl.ADELI'HI.Jan.. 27.-The supreme nays, .. Those voting in the negative were "Chairman of Executive Committee.1*

ire now in Logan county, a sparsely settled this known to your people. Describe the :ourt has affirmed the judgment; of common I Messrs. Berry, Colquitt, Coke, Harris, Reagan I

district, entirely without railroad or telegraph :solemn manner in which I have received the pleas court No. 2 in the suit of the city Saulsbury and.atOOo Th3 Blair educational Chicago I'rlnterstanned..

facilities, and with only a tri-weekly gift of their president." against the Western Union and Mutual bill was taken up, Mr. Blair speak- CHICAGO, Jan SO.-The Chicago printersare

stall coast>quently all news of a general Union Telegraph companies to recover from lag. :Mr. Morgan, of Alabama, obtained the alarmed over the prospect of a big reduction

fharacter is brought by a special courier. DISTRACTED DARKIES. those companies the annual license few of $1 i floor, and at 4:45 p. m. the senate adjourned.In : in wages. An officer of the Typographical

Some Pike county people were here to-day Told That They Will le Sold Into Slaveryif I !or each one of their poles erected upon the i I the house, Mr. Cheadle, of Indiana, at union says he has information that
lad and shipped sixteen Winchester mile of tiis was excused from further the job and book printing firms of this city
purchased They go tu lirnxll. public streets, and ::2.50 for every i own request
rifles, sand 44-caliber, having purchased JaILColoroo. suspended wire. duty on the committee on claims. A bill I want to make Chicago a center for cheap
ill that. were to be had at our hardware people I was reported discontinue the coinage of I book publications and reprints, and for that
here are much stirred up over the reportsof II
I intend to reduce the scale to
Jtores. I the three cent piece. A bill was passed purpose twenty-
exodus association in
It is also a known fact that a Hatfield party the formation of an of in Miraculous: Kscttpe. 'I authorizing the president to suspend the collection five cents per 1,000 ems. The union scale is

eras here only a day or so ago and purchased i I Topeka for the Fuel colonization has been added negroes to the SAX FRANCISCO, Jan. 20.-A Kingman, 1 of the tonnage tax on vessels from I j forty cents. If the reduction is made the

110 worth of ammunition. This coupledwith South America. in the NewsI I Ariz.,special says: Meagre details are just received : countries which exempt American vessels. : :union scale will have to suspended, or the
and flame by an article published I the miraculous from death I men must strike. After the late strike the
the fact that the county judge '' of escape ; Also a bill exempting the citizen of a state

taunt). attorney of Pike county have gone to I I and Courier yesterday of ,their warning being sold negroes intosla.'ery of the passengers in several Pullman caN on : in which a suit originates, from giving security anion is now in no condition to go on a strike
there is
Frankfort in quest of arms, looks very much i i the Atlantic & Pacific. The train was goingup for costs; in cases removed from state : igain.
South America. The
if to
like the war is on in earnest, and that the I:I they go grade when the sleepers broke loose, ran to federal courts. Also appropriating $175- i I Collieries Slowly Resuming Work.

trill of W. t Virginia will ring with music j I article"Slaves says sell: in the market in Brazil for Ii back, and plunged over an embankment, I 000 for the repair of the United States I I READING, Pa., Jan. :;Information from

luring the corning week.' Almost everybody smashing the cars to pieces. No one was steamship Hartford. The house then ad- ,
!about ?300. It is estimated that hundreds of Shenandoah says that all individual collkr-
is in in the two counties named killed, but several passengers were severely journed at 5 m.
up arms thousands of colored people will join the p. i es there will be in operation by next Tues-

ibove, and the excitement increases daily. exodus, and that the exodus association rep- injured. lay. The Reading company has five collierI -

There w big fun ahead. resents a capital of $ ,ouOJ.( If 300,000 Iowa Democrats Hopeful. ,, A Had Managed Government. I in operation to-day. The report that too I

I) nauilt Kplosion.JENKIXTOWN. jolored people join the exodus, and if these i DUBUQUE, Iowa, Jan. 25.' -The Democrats NEW YORK, Jan. 2S.Dispatches from : Miners struck at William Penn last ovening

> Pa. Jan. SO.-At 9 o'clock migrants are sold at an average price of $300 are organizing for the purpose of carryingthis Winnipeg, published this morning, declare i s denied. The breaker was compelled to
that the fleScit in the accounts of the lateyovernmeat
this occurred at i bead, the exodus association would make state next fall They consider that they I Hop on account of the storm
morning u terrible explosion is now found to reach over f500X \ -
;' its original investment"i i! have a good how of delivering the state to
the dynamite factory at Bethayres station, (f,000,000 on ,, > >. It is alleged that for the sixteen months Reduce Wages Forty Per Cent.
here read the the Democratic candidate for the presidency.
near here. The building was entirely destroyed i A good many negroes newspapers : :rom September 1SS3, to January. IS*?, not ; :NEW BRUNSWICK, N. J., Jan. 30.-It is un
article has created claim that thousands of Republicans I
and this a sensation. They
and the workmen blown in all directions I 1 single entry was made in the cash books of : lerstood that Janeway & Company, one of
with the extreme
It is rumored that agents of thei have become diegusted
and beveral badly injured. A young j .
:he provincial treasurer. he largest wall paper manufacturing firms
here and of the Prohibitionists, and are ripe
association already are measures
are ,
the seri- i alleged<<
man John Gaston most
named was I I i n the country, have notified their employes
consultation with some of the colored for revolt. Took Prtisalc Acid.
ously hurt, his side being cut open and his I in : .hat they will be obliged to reduce wages 40

left arm torn off. He will probably die. I preachers. i Fought About Five Cents.MOCXT NEW YORK, Jan. 27.-Dr. George S. Melgs, :; >er cent for the present owing to dull trade.

The other injured men may recover. Every Female Socialist Shot. STERLING, Ky., Jan. 27.-Jim a prominent dentist of No. 242 West! Thirty- i! if the employes strike they will have to close:

pane of glass within a half mile of the factory PARIS, Jan. 2d-Last evening at Havre, I Lawson and John Jonett;, negroes, stable fourth street, a cousin of Quartermaster i :the factory.

was broken. I while Douise Michell, the female Socialist, hands, quarreled and fought over live cents. General Melgs, U. S. A., committed suicide I i -

addressing an Anarchist meeting, a man ; Lawson broke Jonett's head with a pitch by taking prussic aced. His nerves had been JiuiwlM Needs 31 ore Fortification

Cotton Kxperliueiii In Zanzibar. I In was the audience named Lucas drew a revolver i i fork, and Jonett cut Lawson with a knife, unsettled of late, and he had taken great interest WARSAW, Jan. 27Gen. Gourko, president

GALVE ToN, Tex., Jan. 27.-Ten tons of and fired at her twice seriously wounding :! inflicting serious wound In the breast in the 11n4 Cure," or "Christian of the war council declared that 20-,
from ____
superior Texas cotton seed were shipped i Science" doctrine. He leaves a widow.
I her about the head. The lobe of one ear was Senator Colquitt.I I 8110,00) roubles were needed to complete
here yesterday consigned to the German : Will Support
of the shots. Great excitement Jennie Uoumi&n'c Murderer KecpiteU. -) on the Russian frontier and build
torn off by one W.
East African Colonization society, Zanzibar, ATLANTA, Ga., Jan. Grady
immediately prevailed, and Lucas I LOUISVILLE Ky. Jan. 2S.Governor needed bridges, roads and railways. Ha
for ,
: re-
Africa. An experienced planter accompa- I he will support Senator Colquitt
at the hands of says William Patterson the said an offensive war in Russian Poland was
lynching Buckner has
narrowly escaped with him the respited ,
nied differs
the seed for the of instructingthe election though he
<< purpose ,
mob. The police however, inter- who sentenced to hang her, next Impassible at present, but that defense is_
natives of Zanzibar in the cultivation of angry tariff question. Mr. Grady believes in a I negro was
and arrested Lucas conveying him for the murder of Jennie Bowman possible if all railway and stores are die
the cotton plant This event marks the fered, tariff for revenue with tarida&tal protec Friday ,

Introduction of cotton on the east coast of to a station and locked ,him- up in safety. tion. I. for a month. atroyed.THE .




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THE FLORIDA STAR. I CULTIVATION'. 1 have not had that effect and this one i Bucklen's Arnica Salve. I,i I! MALABAR CIGAR FACTORY

I After the preliminary plowing the will be regarded with a good deal of sus- 'I The best salve in the world for cuts, II. C. Starch
ulcers salt rheum fever Proprietor.
ground Is thoroughly harrowed and fertilized picion and doubt. The negroesare doingas
sores, tetter chapped hands, chilblains, : Manufacturer
ELLIS B. WAGER Editor and Mistier with a mixture of ashes and sheep well in the South as they can any- I. corns and all skin eruptions, and positively :;I; me tic Cigars. Trade of fine supplied Havana and TV,

manure. Sowing begins the first of I where. They have every right to which cures piles, or no pay required.It hand made ood:'. Orders with fi

SI.SO per Annum. March, care being taken to select a well- i the law entitles them ; they have no bet- is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction -., Factory at Malabar, Fla.x,000 .promptly fifl*|
refunded. Price 25 cents :
shaded locality for the purpose. After ter friends than the white people, and or money '
per box. For sale by all drug stores in'
Entered at the Post Office at Titutrillca* sowing, the seed is lightly covered with many of them are accumulating property. Titusville and on Indian River. Budded Trees For She

&rorvl.Cau Matter.A fine sand and regularly watered once every Those who are not doing well are of the
At Low Prices.
five days until the seventieth day af- shiftless class that will not prosper any-

make SQc'AREisoneinchlnspace a column. ; 24 squares ter the Xoronz (first of June), the time where. These, however, are not wantedin I 60,000 in Nursery.
i i Apply to W. H. SHARPE
for For thi land which the the intention being ,
For advertising rates enquire of the Editor transplanting. new movement,
always enclosing a two cent stamp. has borne barley the previous year is to secure only those who are reliable I H.w CD Jg J p::Jo P r City Point Fla.

generally preferred. It is prepared in and trustworthy. While such an in- It-i -
i THE STAR is the OFFICIAL newspaper I to & K 3 y K. :\.u I-\.X'S
for Brevard county. the same manner as for sowing only that tention is a very excellent one, it can I JJ> JL y M I

the fertilizer is applied more abundantly hardly be carried out, for negroes of that 2 q a- og P NEWSPAPER SUBSCRIPTION AGENCY
and consists of sheep and fowl manure class are generally prosperous, and have <* P S
fIe at tco.
. be foand on
if\ Ad THIS erttstIigBtueaatloSprocesr.te PAPER tea'P.Bowell wt.r.c Co's Adynt'.t: mixed. This operation over, the fieldsare 'I' the good sense to let well enough alone. pJo ; H W QpJo f3 IIj TilE PIO.VEKR A(;E\CY.

.. contracts mar be made for 1L'lEW YOSKI divided into squares with slightly!: Very likely the greater number of emi- (JQ M g W pJ...... O For terms and sample copies address

t : raised embankments and flooded. The grants will be from among those who can CDtJc+ jI CHAS. H. XAUMAX
I The Star has the Largest circulation I ,
of any paper on the East coast of Fla. soil having absorbed sufficient moisture, well be spared, and it is much more I ..S i CD f p.. ? 0 Haulover P. 0., Brevard county, Fla.
I the growing plants are set out along the likely that there will be no exodus W J CD CD

t'I As Others! See l tops of ridges, at a distance apart of 30 worth noticing:.-Savannah ..YetC8. gg | 8 r Ul hi {I FOR SALE. -
1f1 WHILE many of our citizens complain centimes, say a foot each way. .. B3 P P 2, (tJ I Land on Banana River in quantities
. that business is not what it should be, Irrigation is then resorted to every Monthly Meteorological Sunmmry g I5 S w of Tituville. Fla., during the month of January 3 r<- House and Lot in Titusville.
three days until the plants have begun '
and that its condition might be greatly I l S=. ;g. 0 CD 2 &t :
improved by the use of printer's ink and to assume a vigorous growth, when theyare t-; H S *-. Osi&e m Young Oranges Sour tock.all sizes and prices, in

proper methods of encouraging immigration gone over day by day the smaller fFTRXI-HED BY THE C. 8. SlrtVAL OFFICE Ji | quantity.
Four Sail Boats, of different
, the FLORIDA STAR has always asserted leaves plucked off so as to add strengthto ; Tempera .- capacities
i i ,; tore = s=: i One Ducking Boat.
the larger ones and the rows regularly + S
while there for improvement
that was room s
;== .....
f 1-1.1-I _:: =, Op.. QUl ALSO,
weeded. On the stems cut
I Brevard was getting more maturing are DATE. ;; I ; I ;; E ; F.* c+ BOATS to Let
CQ P pj by day or longer term.
off all those intended for seed. + i r-
than her share of the "missing" tourist, except .:: .! j I'; :: E. = ; o tf 8. t of
and that there were no grounds for being The topped plants are then left in the I :; ,:.E-i. 4 .... 'i Enquire P. D.
despondent as regards the outcome of field to dry until their leaves have changed 1........................... '((30.U7 73 SO 62, .0 c+ ..... |!: Jan. 1.'sz.

! from to hue. 2.......................... 30.26557251 .()4 :tto tj CD
this winter. The following clipping green a golden Harvesting 3..........................1.:30.32536146 .0 (
'. from the Orlando Daily Record, may be begins in December, the choicest leaves ........................... .30.3063704'" .0 ctct1.cf1. lIJ T... ...RV=s

interesting to our readers at this time: being gathered first and left in the fieldto 5........................... ,30.27 62 73 52 .0 o 0 oP
It w
j Every train coming south from Jacksonville dry. Once sufficiently field dried, theleaves 6........................... 130.25 62 73 52 *01 g: g i' I-.4 DELMONICO HOTEL
. taken in and O7..30.19; 66 74 55 *01 !a: HJ p
the J. T. & K. W. off are ranged againstthe
over puts 8........................... .30.17'67 74 57': .0 "* rn D |_i. uiaj ,
at the Indian River junction of that walls of the curing-house where theyare 9........................... 30.21 697562 .0 .'CD P 3 s P. COAOA, INDIAN PACER FLA.
: road not less than a full car load. We subjected to constant turning and re 10.......................... !!.30.21 71 79 61 .0 'i i' CD -'

came over that road a few days ago and turning. The leaves of the second gathering 11...........................30.32627259: .01 ? S :l 1 p.+ Xewly Furnished Room, Good Tat.le.

of inferior treat- 12.......................... !30.35697060, .04 Terms
off and though quality are $2
counted sixty passengers getting 13.......................... ;'30.30 69 71641., .04 per Day.Special .
I taking the Titusville train. Why is ed in the same manner as the first. 14..........................'.i30.31,707266. .26 rites by the week or month.WM. .

I this? Is that country any better than When all signs of humidity have disappeared 15........................... .'30.33707364'' .06

this section? Are the products any bet- the tobacco is packed in skins 16.......................... .30.37707566' .0 JARVIS, Prop'r.
17..........................:130.29647261-: CARDS.
ter or is it a mere chance? The answer and sent to market.It IS.-.................:130.1262 78 50 .07 -- The Xeareft Houte to Steamboat Landing.
: is simple. Brevard county, in its wis- must be borne in mind that the 3".3.--.54,36. .0 A. GINGRAS
i 19..i. ,
dom, and profiting by the past history of mode of cultivation described above is (>...........................,'30.32: 56,,62 41 .0 Jj Security Mutual BenefitSOCIETY

Orange county is doing its very best in that purged in a country where owingto 21' ........ ......... ....... !\3o.3060 69 47 .0
22................. .........'30.31626854' *T AffY-AT-LAW: AND NOTARY PUBLIC.
of advertising. Its commissioners continued tj
r in the way periodically long droughts 23.: .. ....................... 30.2562'6957! .0
f made a good appropriation for irrigation enters as a potent factor in all 24. ..30.2061 6956. *T Rock Ledge, Florida.

the Sub-Tropical, and now it has on exhibition agricultural problems.For 25..3O.146-l7157, *T

there one of the finest displays. our information describing this 26...........................((30.185S'645l'/ .0 J. A. McCRORY, OF

boundto 27...........................130.11 54,6442[ .0
the Sub-Tropical are fine of tobacco which is undoubtedly
Visitors to variety 2S...........................130.17 53,61, ,47, .0 ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, NEW YORK.:
see this display : que>tions and inquiries the par excellence grown, we are indebted 29........................... 30.25 5363!!, 46 .0 Miami Dade Florida.

are answered by the civil gentleman to Mr. E. Spencer Pratt, United 30........................... 30.20 5SJ67, ;44, .0 County, Xo. 233 Broadway, N. Y.

I in charge and handed a lot of reading States Minister and Consul General at 31........................... 30.1662:7350>, ;: .0 Taxes for non-residents paid. Titles LIFE INSURANCE AT ACTUAL COST.SFc
examined and Abstracts furnished, having .
: matter descriptive of that section, Teheran, Persia. Should there be any Fog. just completed an Abstract of the

1 A with which he is well supplied. The result of our readers who desire to experimentwith t Dew.T Records of Dade County. D FOR CIRCULARS.

ot all this is that that section is get- its growth and will take the painsto indicates trace of rainfall.

ting those who would otherwise come make a report, they can undoubtedlysecure Summary.Mean D. L. GAULDEN, Opened for the Season. //

this way, as was done when our real sample packet of seedbyaddres- rA man who is interested in his oa
barometer 30.251. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
estate agents were advertising on their ing Mr. Wm. M. King, Chief of Seed Division Highest barometer, 30.39 on the 16th. welfare will be pleaded to know that

" own account, both by pamphlets and at Washington, D. C., sending Lowest barometer, 30.01 on the 18th. Titusville, Florida. ANDREW GIBSON

; ads. in the newspapers. How differentnow. their letter through Messrs. Call or Monthly range of barometer, .33.
Mean 62.5. JONES & WILLIAMS, Keep the finest oysters to be found in
The county commissioners in Dougherty as:; an endorsement. temperature,

their wisdom (?) refused, as petitioned, Highest temperature, 80.5 on the 1st. Titus\'llle,
Lowest temperature, 36.5 on the 19th. AttorneysatLaw.Titusville .
r to make an appropriation, and the real Another Exodus.It Monthly range of temperature, 44.0. Florida. AND SERVED IX STYLE TO SUIT PATRONS.

estate agents, in their shortsightedness, Greatest daily range of temperature, -
think they can do without advertising.The i is announced that a movement to 28.5.Least Plain and Fancy Cake made to order.

hotels arc waiting for the missing begin the colonization of Southern negroes daily range of temperature, 6.3. GEO.3I. ROBBINS, Baker's Bread always on hand.
in South and Central America has Mean daily range of temperature, 16.2.
and that business is dull. Also a first-class Barber attached.
tourist, swear Mean daily dew point, 54.9. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, shop
One of the largest, best built and best assumed definite shape, and the leadersof Mean daily relative humidity, 78.2. Meals at all hours; from S a. 11 p.m.

furnished hotels in South FloridatheSan it declare that before the year is endedan Prevailing direction ot wind (7 a.m., 3 TITUSVILLE, :FLA. boats Parties and de hacks:>irng will to leave please on note morning this. mail

Juan-has not even an inch square exodus that will take from the cotton, and 10 p.m.), NW.
Total movement of wind, 5257 miles. TT F. ATKINSON.
let know that sugar and rice fields a million or more of PIONEER COOPERAGESyrup
advertisement to people .
Highest velocity of direction, and date,
laborers will be its The head-
. there i is such a hotel in existence. This at height. 35 miles, Xorth, on the IS. Barrels $2.25.
line of policy will tell in the end, when quarters of the movement are in Kansas, Total precipitation, 0.74 inches. Gauged to order ten cents extra.
its effect and the work is to be directed by negroes Number of days on which .01 inch or the Second Justice District of Bre-
too late to remedy
: living in that State who are said to be more of precipitation fell, 7. vard county; Court days, third Mondayof Wheelwrighting and Repairing.
ti l i Number of clear days, 12. each month.GEORGE .
to conduct it C. O. B.
sufficiently wealthy to
t The Tobacco Industry of Persta. Number of fair days, 13.

cess.An Number of cloudy days, 6. V. BONKER. Honey barrels and Oval Water Breaker

THE raising; of Tobacco has attracted : alleged secret organization was effected Dates of fro'ts-1ight, 27th ; killing, from 2.00 up.

much attention in our State lately, but i three years ago, and agents were none. W. W. DAVID, Pvt., MceoftlieFeaceaniSiii'Yeyor.' Tanksand :

the kinds referred to have generally been sent to different countries to make examinations Signal Corps, U.S. Army.In all kinds of COOPER WORK to order.T. .

the common varieties: which have. respecting climate, lands, | Can furnish the highest testimonials from JOIIXSO.Y
| Surveyor-General: of Dakota as to
been grownin this country for years. laws and privileges. These agents are an U. 5.. DEPUTY SUKVEYOU competency LaGrange : : Florida.!
their and the the County Court. Brevard of public lands. Terms for field work,platting
The best variety is nowbeen grown in now making reports, com Comity, and nil land calculations. $5. per day or any
\America that known as the Havanna. mittee having the matter in hand is Florida.In part ot a day and expenses paid.WAVELAND. .
But the finest variety in the world is the understood to have determined on establishing the matter of the petition of J. T. FLO1UDA. ROCK LEDGE,
David:, as administrator of the estate of
Persian tobacco and little is known of settlements in the Guiana high JOHNSON COCKSHUTT.
Wm. F. Russell, deceased, to sell real T
a its characteristics or cultivation aside land*, directly north of the equator, and estate belonging to said estate. Indian River, Florida

I from the country bearing its name and in the Brazilian highlands on the southern To Susan P. Russell, James A. Russell, Justice of the Peace,
tributaries the Amazon. To these David Y. Russell, Lucy L. Davis, C. D.
that this variety etc.
Hindistan. Winter Homes
in Believing -
i Carter and John Carter, as also all persons And Notary Public,State-at-Larce. Court
t can be successfully grown in Florida, I localities will be directed emigrants from interested. day 1st Saturday month.LaGrange,Fla. ,

we give a short description of its growth Florida, Southern Alabama, Mississippi Whereas J. T. Davis, as administrator locatedin

and cultivation, hoping it will interest and Louisiana. Other !settlements will of the estate of Wm. F. Ru';ell, deceased, R. BURCHFIELD, Building Lots centrally
i has filed his application to sell the follow-
: and lead some of our readers to experiment be made in the Argentine Confederation, ing real estate belonging to said estate, Rock Ledqe,

" with it.Hindistan and to these will be sent emigrants from to-wit : Half interest in Lot No. one, COUNTY SURVEYOR.Orders Fourandfreminutes'
With without Tree
or !
the provinces bordering on Kentucky, Tennessee, South Carolina, section' 15, Township 35 Range 40 east .
': Brevard Co., Florida, containing fifty prompt Hotels. Also other lands.Ca'.l
Sea and Shiraz the Northern Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana ?: attention as calls in .
;p the Caspian produce and also:: twenty acres known as the -outh- person.Address on or address the owner,

great bulk of what enters into commerce and Texas. It is designed to distri- ern portion of York Place, being in Town- : Georgiana, Fla. S. RYDER Rock Ledge, Fla'

+. as Persian tobacco. bute throughout the Guianas and Brazil ship 36, Range 41, Section 7, fronting: on ,
I those accustomed to work in and Indian River, the south-east corner com- NO AGENTS.Important .
That grown along the shores of the sugar g F. GRAY. -
mencing on said river, thence running .
Caspian and in the Hindistan, (originally cotton field*, while those who have engaged westward to the west back line, thence -

from Turkish seed), being mild and of in mixed farming will be sent northward, thence eastward to the river, Watch Maker and Jeweller.ALL I to All !

light color is exported mainly to Russia farther south. thence southward to beginning, so a> to WORK WARRANTED.Shop .
contain twenty acres, all in said countyami
for manufacturing into cigarette The originators of the movement paint State, for division amen? the heirs of at John M. Diion's Drag Store, Titnsrille, Ilagj

From Shiraz, however, is derived the the inducements offered for such an said estate.

leaf mot valued in Persia and throughout exodus in glowing colors. They assert Now this i is to command you and each of T. REDDING, in South
yon to appear before the undersigned The most important crop
the east for its high flavor and supe- that a very low rate ot transportationwill : ., of Erevan ever
County Judge County, Florida, I Florida is the Orange crop and
rior aromatic qualities. This varietyis be established ; that important con- at his office at the Court House in Titus- ooJ

so much sought after and esteemed by cessions will be made in the way of land I yule, Florida on the 6th day of Febmary, CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER, one should endeavor to secure a
A. D. 1S>$, to show if have
the wealthier class of Orientals for smok- and immunity from taxation, and that why said petition should not any be you granted,, Titusville, Fla., variety of orange in planting a ttote'To

,. ing through ro-e water in the Hilian or the political and social rights and privi- otherwise the came shall be taken as confessed Is now prepared to attend to work in this do this, and pet such fruit as baTe

Turkish Nargile that it is transported leges of the emigrants will be fully and the case be allowed to proceed line and furnish materials. Estimates given; taken premiums at many of our .-uu
when desired and the erection
ex so
parte. buildings
: at cost by caravan to the most distant guaranteed.The KP
1 great and dwellings solicited. 45yl ,
Given nnder my hand and official seal Fairs and at the New Orleans
cities of Western and Central Asia alleged object is to better the con- this 31st day of January, A. D. 1888. B. )1&-
Will also furnish town lots with houses fj
I com. sition, buy trees rom.
and of Hindoostan where it always com- dition of the Southern negroes. Perhapsit MINOR F. SONES, plete, at reasonable rates. Houses built in your =
any style to suit purchasers. Prices and full grader & Son, Rockledge! Fla.
, mands a ready sale.f is, but other movements of the kind ..... County Judge. particulars furnished upon appication.




--o. ;r. :EcTOR: L. C. OLIVER I i I


Hardware and Dealer in S. H. RAY .1


MERCHANT. Successor to J. C. Norwood and Co., .
Of all kinds. Dressed and Undressed.

Melbourne. Shingles Ceiling Lath Mouldings Lime Brick Etc. Etc. TITUSVILLE, FLA.Gen'l I:



Washington Avenue, near the Railroad. All Large Orders Filled with Dispatch. Yard and Office near J. T. & K. W. Railway Depot.F. .


Fresh Bread made daily; also Pics :: : : :.. .-yBUDGrE,

and Cakes of all kinds. Cakes for

special occasions furnishedat Agents: fOr .J '


G. WIESER, ORANGE RIFLE POWDER : 251b. kegs $5; 12Mb kegs $2.75; Glib kegs $1.50; I

CREEDMOOR : 61lb kegs $1.50; ORANGE DUCKING : Glib kegs $3.00. propose to keep

Boots & Shoes
Linseed Oil, boiled, C5c.; raw, GOc. gallon; Kerosene, 1500 test, 20c. gallon; White Lead in 12$, 25 and 501b. kegs, Sc. per lb.

FLORIDA. A First-Class Stock
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In leather or rubber goods. A'l'FORCED -

I have a stock of FIVE SHOES, selected SALE.
to meet the wants of the
Indian River Trade. ,

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

TITUSVILLE, FLA. situated on Indian IJiver. Gives at least i
a quarter mile liver fiont. Will be soldat below cost.
least 50 per cent. less thau any land DRY GOODS
THE SLOOP AGNES of like nature on the river. We are Quilts below cost. M

commanded byCAPTAIN ordered to sell, and sell \\e must. Over Coats below cost. l

JOHN MCLEAN, Address or call on Men's Suits below cost.

Makes: regular trips on Indian River. Clias. I>. Sweet, Youth's Suits below cost. NOTIONS.Ieus' ,

SHE CARRIES A FULL SUPPLY OF Manager Children's Suits below cost.

GroceriesDry Goods Indian River Real Estate Agency, And all other Goods in proportion. I am now making room for Summer ] Ladies' A:

Canned Goods, TITUSVILLE. FLA. :25: Goods, and will sacrifice a nice line of Goods in order to make Chiltlrrus'I

Hats, Boots and Shoes, room. Call and examine my NICE AND SELECT GOODS. >

Ladies'Shoes In great variety;Prints all WM. H. SHARPE, -0THE SaOES.: :
new patterns at low prices.

Ready-made Clotting, Toilet Articles REAL ESTATE AGENT J. JBIE: =l.1'TBA U1'\/[ ,

{QFor the cash only ,

Match U,46 Cm.EYE CITY POINT.Lands Second Door East of Indian River Bank, TITUSYILLE, FLORIDA

sold on long time with interest, or I

GLASSES on the lease: system, or for cash: Oranges, Lemons and IJiiies raised on high pine land. :HAAS':

and Crystalized Lenses. Lands cleared and planted, and cared for Guavas, Pomegranates Olives Persimmons Cocoanuts, Peaches Figs, Pears,
if desired ; by contract or otherwise. Sapodillas Plums Almonds, Grapes.

IAWKE; Refer to E. M. Breeze! Detroit, Mich.; INDIAN RIVER NURSERIES.

Jno. C. Norwood, Titusville, Fla.; H. W.
Hoses Poincianas lIibbcu Allamandas Catalpas Bouvardias Je&amines CLOTHING
House Va.
and J. StrasTazewell Court ; Eucalyptus, Euphorbias.
and A. Becker, Montreal, Canada, for
whom I have made rove*.

JOHN 15. BEACH, Indian liver Nurseries, East Melbourne, Fla.IXDI.1X .
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LAKE WORTH. (_cut's Furnishing Goods,
PATENT.They RIVER I Co Survejor.

LOTS FOIL SALE in the New Town
ire as transparent and colorless as light Real Estate ALSOCROCKERY
itself,and for softness of endurance to the eye can of Lake Worth fronting on the waters Agency
not be excelled, enabling the nearer to read for of the lake of that name so well known & POTTER
hours without fatigue. In fact they are for its mild climate tropical scenery,and Titusville, Florida. ,

PERFECT SIGHT PRESERVERS. splendid hunting; and fishing. GLASSWARE
have at last yielded} I ,
The undersigned
Testimonials from the leading physicians in the SEXD FOR DESCRIPTIVE LIST.
United States, governors, senators, stockmen, men to the pressure and consented to throw Real Estate Dealers
of note in all professions and trade, who nave had open their land to settler To do thiswe Chn<*. D. Sweet, Manager. 1 I
their eight improved by their use have divided our lands into lots convenient :
All eyes fitted and a fit guaranteed by HARDWARE
for business lots winter homes

S. F. GRAY, Titusville Florida. villas)) or groves, and will sell at pricesto Geo. E. Chase, Lake Worth, Dade Co., Fla.Will ,

These glasses are not supplied to peddlers at any suit purchasers! of the most limited
price. means. AND
The above lands are situated near the Buy and Improve Land for Parties
Passenger Department. Inlet on a beautifully-iking plain on Ship Chandler
the we t shore of the famous Lake at a Distance.
Worth, commanding a supeib view of
DeBARY & PEOPLE'S LINE the lake for miles of the Inlet, and of Ship Chandlery Goods.
passin vessels on the Atlantic. Boat and 1 essle Supplies, all Kinds
Patent Anchors, Chains, llloeks,
land is and dry, and
The high repays I
JSTE3ja.lVtDE3n.JS.Citv : Canvass, Ciahanizcd Mire Lake Worth, DaileCo. FU., is the most tropical
abundant ot
cultivation by an yield Hope, all sizes, Tents, I part of the vtdtf. Located on the Atlantic Coast
most varieties of tropical fruits and Spruce Ladders, Routh of Jupiter Inlet 20 miles Jupiter being the
in this section. Pineapples south end of Indian liner Lake;; Worth lies parallel .
vegetables grown 1.2
Copper Paints, gal's, with the O'uulil'acb, U :5 miles long, average
etc., are now yielding tine crops Spar Varnish, gal's, 1.2 gal's,gtspts.l width one mile, connected with the ocean by an m.
ou this land without fertilizing. Oils and Leads all let and is nowhere over 3 4 of a mile from the ocean These will be the main features of my
time select choice lots. The fishing cannot be excelled and our hunting the
Call us and see plat. boats best for all kindof;; game. Some beautiful cocoa- business but orders sent me for anything -
upon In fact aejtbmj for Building or Sailing nut groves iu bearing on the lake; mangoes, sappa-
For prices and description apply to I dilloeo, alligator pears,sugar apples, guavas, Spanish
Hart's Block, 9O East Bad" St., limes Jamaica apples, Avocaclapear,tamarinds kept in any store in Titu-

of Jacksonville; Emannel E. Heyser or Allen EJeyser, It SOX VI I,I.E. Fl..\. I ?gooseberry lmoudi, dates trees, figs, mammee, banana apples, 1lut'arples.oM\nges.mammee capo vine will be promptly filled.
Lake Worth, I III. _..._ ime''. lemons, cition and all tropical fruits and
CAPTAIN w. A. SHAW.Daily flo", tor". This is the most eastern part of Florida;
B. I the gulf stream being nearer to the laud than at
Jacksonville Saturday. Geo. Rumph.
from except any other part of the coa"t, which insures the most
even temperature of any part of the State Good
A FULL LIKE OF I hotels and stores Lots of all sizes and price secured .
EC. B. Plant, TITUSVILLEFURNITURE by the above firm wholme mot all of the
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS. Iwt-t land to sell. Pai ties bud ing now will no doubtin
CAPT. I. C. HALL, a short time more than double the purchase money Will buy Fruits Eggs Chickens,
\\eha\elotx or all !sizes from five to one hun
Daily from Sanford except Sunday. dred acres. all fronting(n Lake Worth. Prices from
*:'0 to 300 per acre Some beautiful hotel sites, also .
STORE.A. "f'H improved propertxcottagesetc. The followingare
ON ST. JOHN'S RIVER. 1' I; a H'W of our l,.-ct lurtrains.X : Or any Country Produce my customer-
}\.' i I ; Ii 1.->3,.'4 at't-I.west flf Lake Worth.
.. ..
i ytI' -'.-15.34: on wet shore of Lake Worth. friends bringto
.. .. or may
Schedule-3Iny 29, 1VS7.OtTH. 3-2.1-2; : ;
s\\. i, l.;. 4:='J7 with"bout 70 roi: frontae market.
LA"VINGF. t1OBTH. y/ on "'tst thoie ol Lake Worth.
1 .
Leav7OOpm. Arme. h 5.-65 1; 1-4 mile front on west
3:0 p Dl Jacksonville 6:30 a mLeave Froscher 1 t i.Iore.S.2:31.2.
Tocoi \ ; 1, f; 4 4:1 .. : acres on west shore;
.. .
9-00 Palatka 12:SO a m 1 i. '5 east "
r m 1 = : .. .. ..
9:0 pm RollestouWelaks 11:40 p m j jRESS' 10->541 west
1100pm 10.10pm I 1'.-19 east I S mile front.
.. .. ..
15-00 mdt Georgetown It:lOp m I 12-1" I ask for share of the public patronage .
2:25 am. Volusia 7.15pm I .. 1:1.114 /\ .. .. .. .. a
.. ..
2.SO a tu. Astor 7:10 p m _- 0 west "
CU am. Dcl-aud Landing 5.00pm 15.-4 lots of 5 am II rash with 10 rod- froua *- and come a- a supplicant, not a
5.30 amArrhe Blue spring 4:15 p m .(e each on west shore of the lake These
are bargains. dictator, asking for your favor"
SoOara Sanford S. F. R. R. 2:15 p m Parlor Suites H IRTS .. 1l.-2> acre.., with new cottage on ea: .t shore
8:3'a III Sanford Cit Wharf IU p 10 r NDJL 1".-5 modern cfttapeof T rooms If courteous treatment,goal
9.30am Enterprise 1:00 p m on east f'hore.
.' If.-2" .'reI' on r-a..t fl.ore.
Coj.FcnoVt with SL Johns Railroad
Tocoi .. in
and low
at Palatka with Florida Southern Railway;at Holies .". -lO": .. west good:
ton with M John's and Halifax River Railroad Bed Room Suites AR5 &C 1 .. :il O.-t9". i= .. ea-t ".'
> west for
It Astor with St. Johns and Lake Eustis Railway the candidate
i ltare. east shore with new, mod.
at DeLaod Landing with DeLand and St. Johns I 2. on
Railroad; at Blue Spring with B. S., O. C. and \. ; ern-b'u.. bone of 11 room now building, to be public favor,
Railway; at Enterprise with A. C.. Rt J. & I R. 'I r air for occupancy by December 1st. This ,
Railroad. for fitusville; at Sanford with trains of Beds Mattresses house and lot for salo or to rnt There are
ROBERT BUIST'S ItO trees on tins place. then I'm
the S. F. Railroad for Tampa; at Tampa with the bearing cocoanut
steamer URG.\UET, of the Plant Steamship Line, Also, a new cottage of 8 room, beautifullytituated
for Points on Tam pa Bay and Manatee River; also Fresh Garden Seeds I on east side of lake and 5 acres of elected.Yours .
With the Plant Steamship Line steamships around attached
OLIVETTE and MA'COTTK for :Key West and Springs Sold at Philadelphia Retail Prices. Will ; *" 2+..-157 acres.. of land -n Key Largo
2t 10 Meat aids40 rods back of
mr arriving at I on
na every Monday and Thursday make special orders:: and prices to
Key Wet Tuesday and Friday, and Havana Wednesday I the lake. anxious to please,
and Saturdsv. Returning, leaves Havana ; parties wanting seeds :j.-40 acres on WeFt shore
V6. 10 '* tast and new cottage.
every Wednesday and Saturday. And everything in the FURNITURE in bulk. I These are- all bargain... Come and see them, if

C. HALE General, Passenger Agent,DeBary Line line. Call and see the New Stock Geo. B. Rumph. possible Parties; otherwise wishing write.further information, enclose S. ii. R.ay.THE .

8w..M. DAVIDSON, just receive 19 Titus\ille, Fla. I stamp t. 30-3m
General Traffic Agent, People's Line. '



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-- I l I of the stoOK market without saying a l' A Home Indorsement.Mr. .

THE BOOK OF i I I THE TEMPER OF SINGERS.A word. It is done by means of scarf pins. S. H. Frohlichtein, of Mobile!

The Last Witness of Its i J On evenings when ther believe that the |I Ala., writes : "I take great pleasure 'urecoramending

at Richmond Miuonrl.ST. I Manager Says Musician Are Hard to indications point to a lower market a tiny : Dr. King's New DUcoT.> 11{
Get Along With-Cae in Point. bear with the forepaws outstretched
Louis, Mo., Jad. :>>.- : gold : I ery for Consumption, having: used it f0j;
; "I never knew a bass singer who wasn'tgood is worn in their scus, and on occasions; : severe attackof bronchitis
who was= in possession of the j natured, obliging and willing to b( when they think that higher prices are the i 0 a and catarrh 11

of : corrected and reproved. Next: to the bas I I card the fame brokers will appear wit: It gave me i instant relief and entirely!

last singer comes the alto. She is a little golden bulls, with diamond eyes, for scan I cured me and I have not been afflict Jl

mond, : more independent than the bass, a little i I pins. They say the ave a heap ol since.: I also beg to state that I have

'y two of : ,0 more touchy and indifferent, but still I talk, though the stocercker is yet to be tried other remedies i with: no gout result.

mon little fault can be found with her. But found who apparcirh"! wouldn't rather Have a1ii:--e: (l Electric! Hitter* and l)r. I F

son the tenor and soprano are often terrors; talk about Wall street than eat.-New King's New Life Pill, both of which I

F. the soprano seeming to be tie worse ol York Sun. can recommend." 1 t

seph : ; the two. I guess: it is natural, though, Dr. Kin's'ew Discovery for

j 1 ited i for a female scold to be a litti sharper The tirs: iron boat is !said to h:1.n''er : sumption, eoushand; cold i.. sold) ,Coe.
e for I' 1777 the River Toss in York- .t, a
ti than a male. built in on
Fh: 1 purpose : .Professional tenors are almost invariably shire. It was ilfteeu feet long and made po-itive: Tituville Trial bottle free ::1t hall
store and
drug on InJ
-, x ing conceited, willful and stubborn. of sheet iron_ Ki\er. 1sift"
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14 j jt ; They want to have their own war, and --- .
COB DLTIDETTE GIVES A LONG L3"! -- -- ---- ---- -----
f' Apostle sulk or ily into a passion if they can'thave

DAVID1IIT'1BII.. 1 ; it. This difference in the deportment OF SURE REMEDIES.: (' 'it ii>Ul .1 Chance .\

we desire to purchase the : : of singers is due, I suppose, to the: j That i is tu say, your limsAK.i aj|
nature of their The base and altc I
: parts. hreatliij.i .
machinery Yen
ire authorized to say that you Some of the "Infallible CCrt'$" "\7Mci i your Willi'
price, and be sure and are naturally subordinate to the tenor ilerful machinery it u.. Nut till' l.trt.r
your : and It is the tenor and the Humorist lias Jotted Down In III; :
soprano .
high enough: for the church ( air-i'a-vrA.: '*. l but the thUt:>lttris?.. uf lithe
who get, the encores. They are petted Uttlo Health Koolc-One of th" Mystori '.
1 in the know. anti! cavities: leading I'mui
money you and courted and in almost }m'l'> : ; tlit'lll
some cases
Mr. Whitmer replied, with : ?-.. When the...(- are eloped and
deified. Naturally get conceited in respect t' lllkt',1
"Elder Pratt, there isn't gold with matter whit ouditnnt }
to their ability. Any correction or tormented toln'tW.
i What pleases me when I am
world to buy it. Before leaving, : on the part of the director is almost with sleeplessness is a littl- health book '' yur lunr; cannot halt do their v.rk.An .
Orson Pratt told the hotel '
would have regarded; in the li-Lt of an impertinence.It of my t ova in which I have j'.tte 1 down l what they dm they do wl.ll\\ I

they t100 ( )I)willingly for the paid. !I ; is a good thing to show one's appreciation 0 a few-.i very few-of th.: -infallible reme- Call it fold ..."u h'i."UI'. I'llt'IllIlH.i.a; .
ruer ,
the last witness to "the divine of what is well done, but: the ilattery dies"' for sleeplessness which have been catarrh consumption ur any of the tarn :

of the Boot < f Mormous." of repeated encores plays the inischiet tried iu thousands-or perhaps it was mil- (: ily of thr *t and miioand head and luna

> j I with tenors and sopranos and becomes a Ii.?-...;__,d cases most of which were theprocriber's ( obstruct all are l,ad. AI. out! t?

NEWS IN A I| source of bane to directors. own immediate family, or, at be :'lIt rid ..t: There is ju.t e'llt' sirv

1",4. Crisp Gleaniu of "A case in point to illustrate the willfulness the f-ir'he-t.: circle: of immediate friends, way tu tft rid) of tht'in. That is to tAt'

; : of singers is that of Parepa Kosa and lut 1 IKr once failed to effect a per-, ];'e'ehees tlernian; > vhii-h
worthy Happfnin and I i i in old Farwell hall just before the great inaneut, and it needless to say, instant 'i yrup :any

There ii a hen at the Dugger ) fire. I was the director, and the piece produced cure. All cf these cases collectively and 'i dru:.:;n.-t will yell you at 73 cent; a lHi-

Sullivan cxunty, Indiana, which was 'The Creation.' As you know, each one by itself individually were and i tlt Even if everything cl'e h's tailed

hatch out trouble between re>> : the last chorus is quite moderate time, was exactly like my own in cause, duraj j[ may depend ui"ni this tr: t.t'r-

new men and the bosses. : ; interchanged with embellishing passages. tion cMicl operation. The simplicity of the 1 tain.

i, American Poultry association ; One particular part Parepa insisted on combined remedy appeals at once to hu- The Verdict t iuitiimuuV. .
Indianapolis elected officers after singing in a florid style about twice as man confidence. !

in which it was charged that fast as it was meant to be sung. In vainI Eat nothing: within three hours before \ D. Suit, DruggNt; Uir>pu:", Iml.,

Illinois were trying to rule the pleaded and argued with her, assuring retiring. i te>tifie-: UI can recommend Electric Litters -

Monster meeting of law and her that her way was not customary and 0 Eat a light but substant:: 1 luncheon: a< the very best remedy. Every butte -

at Tiflin. 0., combined with : that the chorus could not possibly follow I just before going to bed. Nature abhors j oItl! ha- given relief in every cani -.

Labor to express sentiments ; her. No, she was master of that particular -, a vacuum. t This is one of the prescriptions i One man took six bottle*, and wacured!

in regard to Sunday oWrvance I'I part, and she would sing it as she I like.>)> !| of llheuniatisin of HI< year", :-anditis.'

f Cot W. E. Gilmore raised s \ chose or not at all. Finding her obdurate.I Read light literature before going: to 'Iled. | Abraham Hare, drusgist, Bel hi lie! Ohio,

' welts upon the cranium of L told her that I should not ask the chorusto :: ;atlirni: "The be-t selling medicine I have

Harper, of the Chillicothe take a faster time, and that if she Per- '!' head nothing after supper.Vallc n' ever handled in Ii my year- ,
I his cane. He was arrest J | sisted in carrying out her whim I should mile in the open air just before IK,ltme.! i j I i is Electric Hitter" Thousands of others
f editor his headlines !i 1 break the time to suit her and
get up own change Go to your room an hcur before retiring
Charles Pfeiffer fatally shot '; 1 back after her part was finished. She I ;;.' 1 rend until bedtime.: Giveupsiaung j j have added their testimony, H) that the
verdict is unanimous that Electric Bittern
at Huntington, Ind. i: didn't care what I did. The solo parts'I altogether.If -

The Indiana Wool Growers' : were all she was specially interested in, I, you are a smoker, a cigar just before !} do cure all diseases of the Liver,

after resolutions \-orin! ; i and I could manage the rest to suit my- retiring will soothe and tranquillize your j j Kidney* or Blood. Only half dollar a
to the wool industry, and electin; j self. So break the time we did, makingan i i ne-ves until you can't keep awake. bottle at all Drug; Stores in Titu-ville,

the ensuing year, adjourned on awkward hitch and all but spoiling the 'I Don't think about sleeping: you scare and on Indian llivt-r.

Rev. Mr. Bavley, in a piece. On the same evening, a little fur- away slumber by wooing the drowsy ud.DDITzoaL -

at Portland, Me., annoum-ed ther on, she essayed to strike high C i \ IEMEDIES.Resolutely i ; .\ u-i.-i; :"i.TI: lXY-Free

I, more drunkenness in that where it wasn't written at all, and came < i CATARRH Ire m.tiiti.'tu'Uioi:: ..4111'. : .
| resolve, as you lie down that I L.s.LarntanacalC0.TtBrurd; t\esart.\
Et and that even school childr to a dead standstill-utterly broke uown. I i
i: will to sleep and sleep will come
you go :
beastly drunk. I always thought it was a just retribution ] I I-In PUOFIT and SAMPLES FEE

Attorney General Michenor, for her willfulness. j! naturally.Take I 110 0('EX'I' .. rued 'allV".Mt.'fJl Sur Ilk Si on.i '.
a warm bath and go from the tub OhsriMs. Eticruit UILIDKV Be
has suit the "Another case when the prima donna i I -
against I i into 11t.-1. !I -, Etc. Lad. a.r..uttl.antfOCi for Elei-ttn 1'(.rs'te.
warden of the state prison !; came out second best occurred when I was I Take a cold sponge, jump into bed, I(I Qun-k sales. Write at once fur tt-mj L r. Swttj
them with appropriating the conducting Hoffman's 'Lay of the Melu- I >>44 Droadway N Y
and be before headi
you'll asleep your _
sine' in Louisville -
in 1877.
their Mme.
prison to own use. Pappen-
i touches the pillow. Lt:1lU.1Patentseta \'S.
Isaac A. Stanley, late paying ; heim was the prima donna. The composition I
I Walk slowly about your room half an +hington. n. C.
National Bank of Commerce, i( was entirely new, both to her and hour. I for CircuUr.
to the chorus. At the last I ---- ----
j rehearsal I
pleaded guilty in the United wasvery
Lie on your right side, with your check
having embezzled JlOO.OOO, ; anxious to have the whole thing car- on hand. i CONSUMPTIVE
in heat : ried through with full voice just as at the your
Chicago speculations
Lie left side with head
I on your your i have Cot h. Prowhltl Arthm, IndlgwUonlCM
final production. A large paid audiencewas you !
tenced by Judge Welker to five 1
resting on arm. :
: your
I (! lniwutiaryithout hard labor. cssem' ;led. But Mme. Pappeuheim i Ladcureu: maD1"/toe *n>r5tcaB?ii and 11 the best remedy
: refused I Drink milk. (This, according to my > for all aflecUona of the throat aDd lunge and dlMM
i Supreme court of North I to carry her part as wanted her is the best in the I anting from impure Wood and nhanition. The feeble
| experience, prescription
I ", versed the conviction of a BrestIdto'l:i to, urging as an excuse the weariness pro- 'I and a ck.sty i gung agars disease,and their
lot. It will make better than by
': : you sleep to the grave will U many (u'IfS recover
j I'obeson county, charged duced by such rehearsals. I knew that the timely use of Parker's Ginger Tonic,bu'c1elaylidaDo
; she had been singing Wagnerian ; all the bromines going:; which are snares I cerons.! Take U in tune. It u lnralu Ma for aU palm
religious worship by singing opera' I and delusions. But milk diet not only i iddisorderof suwBacfc and bow .Lea ai ahaggl+taAgents
seven times a week and in it andI - -
discordant voice. The ,
singing I makes you sleep at night, but you wanti profitsr month Will prove it
had been broken up by the fro : : told her so. But no; she screened her i to sleep all the next day. It makes you I $5- ..or pay fortnt New portrait Ju.t out
of the offender. i real motive, which was mere capriciousness < all.
ing i i intolerably stupid all the time. It is avery : \ $ < &> Haiiivlf 'nt free ta
The lockout the and insisted on having her way. All i I W. II. cUi4r.:*r i Son 2"13l1l1'L S.T.
at Central
t ... the others with full voice till it ; pleasant, half awake feeling. if you _
sang came
1i heeling, tl \ a., has been ; have nothing else to do but to enjoy
to her but she would i
j' cisioti of the arbitrators, who : not move. I purposely ing asleep at any time and In all taU-I
a words of LIEBIG
[ remonstrance -
favor of the
i curatives. I t of places like Colville in the best
i so that the audience could hear I
( story of these times, "Indian Summer;"
I'er.oiial. I me and passed on. The next solo part :
( but if you have any work to do it is em- I
Governor Buckuer has : was by Mr. Remmertz, who came out I

1' derer of Jennie Bowman, at !' i ; strong and full and did his best. The audience barrassing.) OF MEATFOR
one month. (! was very demonstrative and I Count up to 100. ((1 tried this Inhuman I
I warmI I bit of idiocy one night I came near
very j
'S.uah Burkhardt, of j ly encored him. This was too much for I I
I 'i falling asleep two or three times, but was j
Indiana, gave birth to a the prima donna. Jealousy overcame
i started wide awake by suddenly becoming
two and all her contrariness and coming for-
boys two girls, i meekly
conscious that I had lost count and
welL i it i ward, she asked if I would not repeat her had to begin over again. This my cure,keptme I IMPROYED and ECONOMIC COOKING

Edward Thunia a well I 'i part so that she could sing it as Mr. Rem-
awake whole while I
one night, was
; of Johnsville, 0., while mertz had his. Of course I complied vith
j so sleepy I could hold I With file
j her request and she else scarcely my eyes :. II.-Genuine only
was caught by a falling tree sang everything
killed i I j' as she was (-%pected. I had tamed tbai open. The friend who gave me this prescription simile of Haroii LIcbl?'!* MS-

j : donna." is not living now. She was a nature in blue across! label.Sold .
prima Times.
John T. Allen ex-state -ChIcago
I I i
:; j woman, and 1 could not, as a gentleman,
1 died on Monday, at Galveston, I !
( offer her violence. So I dosed a box of by Storepeepers, Grocers and LruggiU
DUG to the city for the j Germanization of :tlet::. :
I! with Rough on Rats and everywhere _
dustrial school i ;!' To what extent the Germanization of sent them to her.)

James F. Wilson was elected I i Alsace-Lorraine, commenced exactly DEAF
senator at Des Moines, \\" seventeen has been LAB
1 t.i ;;, years ago, crowned So, what Is a sleepless man who wants PECK'S PATENT IMPROVED CUSHIONED
.i r. t.toodnlsou, Republican, with success is evident from the relative HEABISO
i to sleep going: to do If lie eats a slight DRUMS. PERFECTLY RESTORE TIIE
j I
Democrat IS Cambell G
; numbers of the German and French populations i colds fe-
luncheon, smokes a mild cigar, read Bun- no matter whether deafness la caused by
tering :lJohn i j !I in the city of Metz. At the elec1 i vern, injuries to the" natural drum Always jD
1 ner en hour walks a mile in the air
Jarrett, of Pittsburg, n i tion of aldermen last year the German positron but invisible to others and comlortableto
comes back and walks another mile about bearddietircU
, labor leader H. i Music, conversation, eta whispers
says George I voters were in a decisive majority. At wear.
; ised to become a candidate | ( o the beginning of the theatrical season his room, takes a sponge bath, cold, fol- ;. We rrfer to those uslott them Stld
. lowed by a tub bath. warm drinks a pint for illustrated book of proofs free. Address .
Carlisle at the next election. j j some weeks ago, the director of the city of milk, jumps into bed and lies on both 1". HISCOX. 849 Broadway, New IOTKXOTIC'E.
i Senator Sherman has ian j I theatre stipulated that in proportion to
i I Boston I sides, with hu head on one arm and one
ments at and | the number of the French speaking inhabitants .
J I hand, and counts a thousand, it will be
) of the death of Cot Moulton. he should be allowed to per-
time to pet up, anyhow, and he can have
I will attend the funeral at : form French pieces on thirty-two nights a few nervous fits the In Circuit Court cf the Seventh Judicial
J James F. Wilson has been 1 of the season, or about one piece in French I during clay. CoUntY
It is fact however that Circuit Florida L'rftard
i \ a even men of ,
. States senator from Iowa. i to seven in German. Now, after two j
Martin Losada, kidnajxxl is months' trial, which have shown that the j I who think they suffer from sleeplessness: In Chancery.
i do not lio wake half so long as they im-
Cuba is held for (3,000 ransom.t j German performances paid well and that I Antoinette De I'enthel T
I agine they do. When | JH
a man says to me, :
The of the
governor Mississippi t French had to be played to empty : vs. }
"I did not close all Divorce.
my eyes once night,
holding a constitutional I seats, the director declared that he is I Alexander De Kenthel.
I know he lies.! Not of
Governor Buckner has respi ; I losing money by the French plays, and intentionally,
he thinks he To Alexander De Kentliel.
course: was awake all nght! ; :
L murderer of Jennie Bowman wants to be relieved either of that condition or iw
1 j the probability Is that he did not get to It appearing from the affidavit
for one month. : j of his contract or of his contract alto- filed
sleep until two hours after his regular above-named complainant this day
Dyer D. Lum, successor of : gether. No doubt, therefore, Metz has I' are a
time, and it her belief you
seemc. an age to him. before me. that in
editor = -i
boils as of the become a German city by this time.- Florida
} claims himself an advocate Chicago News. j Really, it isn't often that n man lies non-resident of the State of .,1

thirsty doctrines of the i I awake the whole night through.. -I am not that YOU are of an age exceeding -
George W. Cbilds says he : i No Fees for the Barrister. a physician, and c rJlloispeak by the yeais, and that your p 5t-otlice addressand
date book, but I believe that men fib about residence are unknown to her.
for and would ,
nomination. of j It seems that in England a barrister has their restless nights more than any other It is, therefore, ordered that you do

== t no fees allowed by law. The solicitors ill to which our weak humanity is heir. answer or demur to the bill of comp ""

Cable Sparks. i j who employ him give him only an honor Now take your own case; you rememberthe filed by said complainant this dav, wj

The Spanish government has I i' arium. He can collect nothing by bring- : last time you lay awake all night, fore me on or before the fifth liar

England equipments for 35,000 ing suit. Moreover, if he deals directly I don't you? Yes, I fee you do Well, March, A.D.1SSS. else said bill sill betaken

The large ship yards at with a client he will be dropped by all the : don't you remember that same night you as confessed.

were burned, throwing out &JO I solicitors. A certain'English woman hada I heard the clock strike 2, and then the It is further ordered that this liouetbe

The hundredth aw case involving several hundred thousand 0 next time you heard it it struck' Yes.I published In the FLOUIUA *>"*, a

Byron's birth was observed : pounds. Every solicitor to whom she sub- see you do.Vell, that's one of the published In said (-ounJLvt of
I newspaper
Athens and I/ondon. mitted it told her that she had no case.I
; :: mysteries insomnia that if difficult Brevard, State of Florida, once a
Pasteur has invented a I Finally, however, she met a barrister, !i to explain.-Burdctte. for four consecutive weeks.

"Rough on Rabbits," which is I who declared that her case was good. 1 Done and ordered at Chambers at

fully tried In ridding the I I I II I She offered him 60,000 if he could win it I| London's Messenger Company. Orlando. Florida this 27th day of Jan.,

c the long eared bunnies. for her. He accepts, moved into her circuit I j
I toI Somebody is trying to float in London a A. D. 1888.

M. De Lessens says he will j risking everything in the venture, District Messenger company after the [L. s.] JOHN D. BUOOME.
and won the case for her. Then she re- II
France to finish the Panama a American plan. The public is being Judge 7th Judicial Circuit

The Egyptian government fused to pay him his promised fee. He solicited to subscribe for 10,000 shares of of Florida.I .
claims of ex-Khedive Ismail sued her, but was unable to recover afarthiug. I CircuitCourt
i His I stock at $5 a share. It is announced as a .\. .\. Stewart Clerk of the
professional future
him several millions of dollars.Dr. was hereby
scheme "for providing the public with reliable and State t.1o
I ruined and his life made blank I i said County
a this
Mackenzie it is said by copY
( in o messengers and for affording a certify that the toregoing is a true
Remo next week to remove a one act of imprudence on his part.-New i means of livelihood for deserving lads. of original order of publication no*' od
York Tribune.
from the crown prince's 'I The charge is to be a penny a un If, and file in my office. Witness wy baUd IV.

President Carnot, of France, the boys are to be paid at the rate of about seal this 30th day of January *.

admit only card bearers to a Scarf Pin Telegraphy.Some six cents an hour. The uniform i* to be IS8S.

Elysee,a large number of of the stock brokers who wander II dark gray with royal blue facings, and to A. A. STEWART,

heretofore obtruded. : about the up town hotels at eight have a have the company's name conspicuouslyon Clerk of Circuit Court.

A gunpowder explosion at ,' way of communicating their impression* the cap.-New York Sun.



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EASTERNHAIU.DRESSING Under and by virtue of an executionLssued ,

out of the circuit court for the REED & STEERE

SALOON.If seventh judicial circuit of Florida, in and {

for Brevard, in a certain cause therein 1

want a clean and easy shave, depending, wherein Theo. P. Jenkins is Is Acknowledged Headquarters for j
you plaintiff, and S. Ryder is defendant I
As clean as ever gave, have levied upon and will sell at public
call me at my saloon, -r'
Just morning on eve, or afternoon.I'll outcry to the highest and best bidder for Fine f
At cash, in front of the court house door, in j

the town of Titusville.county of revnrd.t1 o 0 .
hair with
cut and comb your of face grace :\ <1 State of Florida, on the first Monday The Grent Wholesale Piano and Organ ALWAYS OST"Villet I-I..c\.XD.

To suit the contour your ; November, (the same being the 7th Depot of the South. The Best Place to buy;
I'll give a good shampoo, luce to buy The Safest ALSO
To you thereof. The Cheapest ;
day ) A. D. 1887. between the
Hecordi Over
bu- A Jlnxnilicent
of which is known to few. Place to
The art legal hours of sale, the following describer 4O,1MM Pianos and Organs placed in Southern I"ta1.ian. PLtints

} real estate described as follows : Homes since! 187U. ,

My scissor's is sharp: my neat razor's and keen clean, Being a portion of lot three (3) ot sec- 8.Y.1.An., GA., Nov. 1st,1887. h.i"te Load, .oroson.oB.a ,
a ,
shop ways
Mr tion three (3) of township twenty-five
find Room for the procession. a longone.
And everything I'm and pease the mind., (25) south of range thirty-six (30) east, It's heal in Macon, and rear in w end :-oil-oca.. laizi-soocl Oil
To suit the taste and also a portian of northeast quarter of Savannah. 200 miles of wagons containing

And now to all who patronize intend, the southeast quarter of section four (4), 40,000 Pianos and Organs sold by L. & B. Cotton Seed Meal mid Briii. y

Just come along and bring your friends, said Brevard township, Florida and ,range to-wit, :in The the countyof northeast S. M. H. since 1870. :::EJay. GrAin, Food mud: '

And I assure you I will try corner of said lot of land is located Are ire in earnest? Certainly We are a large house. :.a
My very best to satisfy. may? We do a l.brie trado. We hell Pianos and Organs in Fcr"ti.1.l.zers.Fu11.: .
at a point on the west bank of Indian all Southern Stat-s. Wo have lieu Atcencies.and the

liver[ five hundred and thirty (530 feet above etattiueut! is not in the least exaggerated. Lin.e of Nai1s.

XOTICE. south of the quarter section line dlvid-
built such an
How have we ever up '(
State of Florida, } tug lots two (2)) and three ((3)) of section immense trade? Dy terprise,progressive REED & STEERE..

County of Dade. J three: ((3)), and the southeast quarter of business methods and square dealing. We :

Take notice that six months after the the northeast quarter, and the northeast I make our patrons our friends. We work ALL GOODS GU..t.R1.KTEED.J J

date hereof I will present to the County quarter of the southeast quarter of section I for them, take them into partnership, as it

Judsre: of Dade County my final accounts' four (4)), said township and range; were divide p-ofits and actually give them Agent for Wilkinson & Co's Fertilizers. '
and vouchers as Executrix of Charles thence west across said lot three (3)), more than their tnoncifs trorth.Our '
of Dado deceased thence west! to the quarter section line
late County
Moore, the northeast of the Large Capital our Spot Cash our life time
and ask for my final discharge as such quarter expt <-"icc our Shrewdness us buy ere,our whole heft. FOOD
November IGth 1887. southeast quarter, from the northwest in fact.ill u.ed in* e ri l1 barjn i nt,and then EXCELSIORORANGE
executrix. quarter of the southeast quarter of said friend in on t h.ground floor. That's a way we have. .
of Last Will and Testamentof section four ((4)), thence south to the Fall and Winter Bargains 1 887-83
northwest corner of A. L. and E. F.
Charles Moore, Deceased. 32-Cin latch's purchase in said section, thence Summer crowded ClOMln with Superb-Out Sale New over.In\Vnrerooms tI'UrncntM.- \.J

cast along the north line of said purchaseof Immense purchase direct from Factories.Greater Prepared especially for the Orange and containing the several elements necessary Li

XOTICK. A. I.. and E. F. Hatch to the west larjraln than ever, for tall and to sustain plant life, viz : R
OFFICE at Gainesville Fla. bank of Indian River, said line being U'lnter
Jan. 21, 1888- } four hundred and ei htp.en118)( ) feet from Not reduced prices and poorer instruments ACID .5

been entered at this the line dividing lot three ((3)) from lot but tho tame low prices and btttcr Fertilizer has been produced after years of study by PROF. O. DEG. BKKTOLA,

Complaint' C. S.having Adams against Joseph A. four(4) of said section three (3)), and the instruments. Greater value for the money. as being far superior to any high grade fertilizer on the market, and it is sold \

Office by for his Homestead En- northeast quarter of southeast quarter Of our lowest-priced Instruments this is at about one-third less in price. It is made in two grades. :No. 1 is a pre
Gaines from the southeast quarter of the southeast specially true. They arc vastly implored ventive of root rot, and also destroys white ants and wood lice. I
dated J 1883
try No. Lot ,and anuar19th, quarter of said section four ((4), and we are proud them. Hard to describe No. 2 does not contain this specific. .
the west -
upon station 1 township 25: south thence northerly along said river to such bargains on paper, but we'll try. For prices and further information, address, r 'it
quarter, ,range
place of beginning. Reserving and excepting -
O. DcG. KCRTOLA Fla. I "
in Hrevard Florida with a Larirj mzo. l<' "nt rose Enterprise,
3t'; east, county, of R2IO PIA (
from the above that
cancellation of said the parcel OUR castcarved Ice,perivntiuc plmth. sweet' 7 or JAS. McCOMB, JR., Titusville la.
view to the entry, land) sold by Stephen Ryder and wife to tone,full si*}-ears'jniaranttv.rehabl instrument! ...

said parties are hereby summoned to appear U. c. May bleed, bearing date April e\cry\Tay.cove. aI'b"e CoiuiilPtcoutlit instructor.musus: riu hook,ht.tooleuibroi,alt ireiyhtpanl.Olllt
at this office on the 20th day of 30, 1887., and recorded in Book K of Bre S223 PI.\ ().-n..aut..rul: Parlor Upright. u VIGQELQUS HEALTH ''I'IttnT1fT
March, 1888, at 10 o'clock a.m., to respond vard Deeds 20 containing l'iz6.. Rich scAvood case
said on page ; Queen .Anne tni!sos. A favorite btylo. Thou!'andieoU. mJ"C" Uv..r'1 PO 1 hOI1I n.l Trial CURE k Avoid the impoiitton, ot pretentioui rerne
and furnish testimony concerning twenty-two ((22)) acres, more or less. Outfit corai,letc.OUR. ,., 1>60'kBitP9 mailed to pa \die forth,",trouble,and all Quack. I
\whose only aim is to bleed th irrio- .
alleged abandonment.J. Dated this 21st day of September, 5ii 01tG.Two sets n.'f't.lrive ,; 1.iE.ofwhomtookafnlltreat ) V'm"vlk8 a SURE MiDTthatna \
T. G. CRAWFORD, Receiver. A. D. 1SS7. standmusic' J.l'I:3J1t ick.walnut oruamcnttxl caa FvtcndcdtoTi.liinp and .)amIe.1.ith mont n before R. B. Burchfield N. P. .. PROF. /withattentiontobunneuorausepaindie
Testimony stool,instructor,1Jlusic book and alijret!iht iOUR HARRIS PASTILLES <
at Georgiana, Fla., on Thursday, March E. II. COVAR, Sheriff SOS OR(: \N.-Tour Beta Rc"K Tenable A ltadicalCureforNerrnasDebilityOrganio I FOR on.cientiaemedicalprinciplee..Bydirect! !
of Brevard Fla.J. FO;>S. thallet d. ficbir- \V9 kne!'< ni.irhT si i rat l>('clIyin Young; or Mid a application! the eat ofdlleUt'ttl peciflc [
county. ry
1 tth, 1888, at 10 o'clock a. m. IYarlur OrcMU. Competition A!"e4 Men. Tested for Fight Years in many 1 influence it felt without delay.: Th natural '..
functioni of the human
W. AHCIIIBALD, orjttnum restored The
they ftb!"olutely rea'oro
iiimrarun rj cacitold prematurely;
Rare hargnutsctrryrne. .alcdanim.tin element*of life are finn bark the patient .
nd and br'.kpn down mentothefoil
n enjoymentof
XOTICE.Land Plaintiff's Attorney. 22-3w ,and layers inia.Tio.Uj more than p:CaJcd. perfect and full Manly' Streneth and Vieoroua Health bccomucheerfulandtapidIJ'JaiD.buthIUeD&t1andheal1b_

The above sale is postponed! until the An Immense -Stock-: from- W mitt's Best nronont fotho-nv about: by Ind Iron i"cr'tion.fie many EXOIO'I1r6.obt.cura Over-Rraia diseases TREATMENT.- :1I Heath.83. TWOSctiSThuS$7 I II

Office at Gainesville. Fla., \ first in December the being suit all and ?. Over \\ork.ortoofreo Indulcmcn,wo ask that you send us HARRIS REMEDY
.Jan. 12 ]888. / Monday same Makers to tastes purges your name with st itwmit of your tronble.and secure CO., Mro CHEMISTS,

the 5th day thereof, at the same place 300 different styles to (horse from.I'LANOS.'hickcri TRIVLPACKAOK....._..,......._.A_F-._rKwh' r--,....-r-Trmhletie... _... _.,S06._n.,...Tenth...._St.-rt., ST.LOt1IB,MO. _
Complaint having been entered at this and hour. J. E. BOWMAN, Sheriff u ______ ___ __ ____ _-____ _, ______________ __ ____
office Jesse J. Fox against George 15. ta, iln.nn d: Tln'"Ulh
by ;Iathushok, Kent, Aro, .31O'>to VZCC'J.ORCJAN's. ,
Sutherland for abandoning his Homestead' The above sale is postponed until the .--)IaxnnV' Itiiin, Paek.ird. ecy e rf

Entry No. 14237, dated May, 16th, 1884, first Monday in January, 1SSS the same Bay State, SJ 1 lo 'JlOO.Easiest .

upon lots 1, 2, :{ and 4, section 30, township being the 2nd day thereof, at the same Terms ever l.cnivl d. From ?3
24 south 37 cast in Brevanl place and hour.
range monthly will secure an
to $10, paid ,
J. }:. BOWMAN.Sheriff..
county, Florida; with a view to the cancellation Elegant Instrument. .,.

of said the said .
entry, parties are ---- .
hereby summoned to appear at this officeon The above pale is postponed until the first Monday Ono price to sill That-* our WII -. "!TVcc r-ir'ced: ..,. : ?.. ... -c; ._ .. .Ii.. '. ';=.
in lunircs on each in<-'tnin."ut and no c"nlt'r.1 .. "wlv j.-}... ,. ,i : ;..V
; plain ._:;." .. ... _-;, : .# .
the 13th: day of March, 1888, at three in February, 1M" ,the mine being the th day made to any: iVe dl'l'V'* 111t,:o"('. take no legB. 1 00- ',- ....
o'clock to respond and furnish testimony thereof,at the game place and hour.J. This square way ensure* tall the I'm ft pncw5V This represents liealthy life. Just such a life M they en Icy
p.m., E. BOWMIV, Sheriff. Throughout various scenes. Who uso the bomb's Bile tea&s.Smith's .
concerning said alleged abandon- > rash ft Jinn, (rJ'n tl.q. Fvervthin In plain
ment. print,and exactly nt rcr-re 'nf'tl FUll information BILE BEANS purify the blood; by acting
XOTICU. given circulars. better.carcfullyanswer. directly and promptly ou the Liver, Skin and KidTfe original Photograph l
S. C. TUCKER, Register. ed. Parties li\in n thoM-.r.p: J. rl'. G. CUAWFOKD, Receiver Pursuant to an order of the Honorable Just as veil as if S'uannr.h.. Threefourthsof has no equal in medical science. They cnro Constipabent on,<*. receipt Addre .of, lOco in
our entire trade N done l>y correspondence.KEMEVBEK lion, malaria, and Dyspepsia, and are n safeguard 211E X:1:
Testimony be taken by R. I>. Berch- Minor S. ..JOIJIH] ( of the County ,,.,,, against all forms of fevers,chilli and fever, gall clones, Iii&. Jouli. ':510.
field N. P. Georgians Fla. on the fn! Court, exercising; probate jurisdiction, in lowest prices; I'aiirflies' .>. .: ana ISrisht's diNeaHe. Send 4 cents it-outage for a uni-. '
and for Brevanl county Florida made instrtimcyit: Fin Storf* ord r."" pie package and test the TRUTH ot whatvo nay. Price, 25 cents per bottle,
day (March, 1SSX, at 10 o'clock, a.m. 7th of A.D. 1888. in freight paid: 1" r'rt'/s trail: "i.r."ryr ors, ; mailed to any addrens, postpaid. DOSE ONE II ft AN. Sold by dru-;:lst..
on the day January, Square d CO.. PJJOPKIET01W SO1, LO"VX&_ O..
the matter ot an application to sell landsin

\OTICK. Brevanl county, of Frank Smith deceased LUDDEN SATES

State of Florida, 1. to pay the debts of said Frank: SOUTHERN MUSIC HOUSE. SAVANNAt., New York Charleston and Florida
1n Justice's \.Amrt. Smith. deceased. notice is herehy.CIl
of Erevan I.
Gunty J ,
that I will, as the administrator of said 1 pt M in i ifn mizjgr*m -f**IBAjw .TMi JR i-r iy di j

'{'I) Hannah )(. Gasser. estate, on Monday, the.5th day of ) o ao rtstma Steamship: Zfin.e.:

You are hereby notified that a writ of ..\.D. 1888, apply to the Honorable Ial"'h.\\ If BO, send for DOG ltUYERS'ti
attachment has been i issued against )son S. Jones Judge of said county, for at C517IDE, containing; colored pla The Elegant Steamers of this Line are appointed to ale
1OO of different breed,
and your property attached to satisfy order rmpotveringaudamithorizing me tosell I prices they are worth,and where JACKSONVILLE
tin demand of I). L. Gauldeuamouuttngtn the }farm in Brevanl county, Florida bay them. Directions for TrainingDogeandBreedingFerrets. FROM ,

$2.;). Now unless yon shall known as: the Grant Farm Place: anti I for 15 Cents. Also Cute.of Hailed Dog g, CHEROKEE, (:New) Thursday: Jan. 5th, 900L m

appear before the Hon. Minor S. Jones, the Fort Pierce Place. and which art Furniabing Goods of all kindm.12 SEMINOLE, (New). Thur day, Jan. 12tlif4:00a m

Judge of the County Court and ex-ollicio store particularly described, a* follows : CHEROKEE (New). Thursday, Jan. 19th, 9.00am
Justice of the Pence for said at of land known ,
county. All! those Ioiecesor parcels
t SEMINOLE (New).Thursday, Jan. 2(5th( 1:00 p ni I '
his office, at Titl1 vi1le. on the 14th day as Grant's Farm Place and more pat ticu- Then send for Practical POUI ,

ot February, A. D. 1SSS, at 10 o'clock larly described as lot one, section three I TRY colored nOGK.plate 1OU t poxes engrnvinSaof ; beautiful I FB.01W: ]E'ERNA.NDINg, I

in the forenoon,judgment will be rendered township thirty south, range; nearly all kinds of low la; descriptions Sunday Afternoon Ij
thirtY-j of the breeds; bow to caponize; y
awl soldto )
against property east, containing: -
; you your eight plans for poultry bouncy information '
pay the debt. 50-100 acres more or less: ; lot four in about incubators,and\>hero to buy After arrival of the

Dated this 4th ilav of January, A. D. section thirty-four, township twenty- Eggs per Kitting from best bent stock for 15 nt Cents S1.5O* Florida Railway and Navigation i Co.'s Train.

1SS3. ninth sorts, range thirt-\i. ht east. containing I : II

D., L. GAULDIN, Plaintiff. sixt "-Iour and 50-100 acres more :
Jacksonville i at 2:45
or less ; and the northeast quarter of the I If eo,yon need the HOOK OF CAGE Leaving p. t
northwest quarter of section three township ItlllD: 1' O pages.! loO Illus- DEL.\W.\IE Sunday, Jan. Ut \KM\SSEE Snoday.Jan 12r.
i1 i trntionn. BewiUfuT colored plate. .23ths
Siirdav. Jan. Ptb DLLAWAltE Sut.diyJan.
thirty south, range thhty-eighteast Treatment ana breeding of all kin on Cage L YEMASSEEDEIAWAUE
t'l birds, for pta&saro and I"N'/!t. Diueaees Sunday,Jan. 15th |
4 containing; forty-eight; acrlmore or and their cura How to build and stock 4 East Iivt' York
T PDlnD' : and also that piece or parcel of land an Aviary. All about ParroU. Prices of Steamers are appointed to sail from l'ier'9.
tt S all kinds birds, cages, etc. Mailed fur 3 o'clock P. M. ;
and at
| sai'l county and Stare, known as the I lo tent _The Three Books,40 fto. i Every Tuesday Friday I
!llrC' i described lot
a Fort Pierce as I ASSOCIATED FANCIERS, The freight and'passengeraccnnunodations are iinurpa8'eil.Eer>' attention will l>*j

.. B : four section ten. township! thirtY-I '"C j S3?South Light Street,Philadelphia,Pa. I given business entnistecl tnthUliiK".
TO 1r I D Ha.vnB south, range forty east.containing sixty- !I I J CJ T r fc > I Direct all shipments from New York via Clyde's Florida Line, Pier20, East River.

whole four and GO-100 acres more or less: the I For further intorrnation apply to -I. A. LESLIE Agent, I
lie 13 ,
Atvrpi4)i" ( .ruuD': 1 : i J. A. STEAD Agent
ttat, Usti i.rudttccsSick entire acreage: of all the lands mentioned Kernamltna, \ la. >:SV.. Hay Jacksonville, Fla.
being: t\\o hundred and fourteen and ] TIIEO. G. EGW, Tnitflc Manager, W)(. I'. CLYDE \ CO., OFN'L" \GTs.,
KeadDyspepsia che ; HARDEEVILLE ;}.') lituadwiiy. Y. 12 South Wharves Philadelphia.> ISroadw ay. X. Y. tI" \
for the of
GO-UK more or less; purpose i M. IHOXMOXGEK.: Jr., General Traveling Agent, Jacksonville. Florida.
Rheu- paying; the debts of the decedent. Frank I ;
Costiveness the iron steamers for the
Smith as shown by the schedule : Since last season VENTILATORS have been constructed on

matism, Sallow Skin and Piles. ed to the petition tiled herein : utach-I "Jones'' Point. I better transportation of Oranges and Vegetables.--, -,
other debtshich nriy be ---
for tbcOIie
There I* no better remedy \ofice of Incorporation.
common di ease. than Tutee Liver proven as charges:: against the estate of lit Circuit Court of the .crnth Judicial
Pills, as a trial will prove. Price,Soc; aid Frank Smith. : We, the undersigned, have this oth day

Sold Everywhere. |I I). P. SMITH, Administrator i Circuit of! Florida, Brevard County. of November, 18f>7, associated ourselves together -

-- 138-4w of the Estate of Frank Smith. A. erfoct 'I In Chnniery. under and by virtue of Hrtion 1,

IVolIcc. !I Far .\:11'011l:1m* 1 1 I chapter 1,!!87 of the Laws! of Florida, approved -

To all irhom it may concern: MASTER'S SALE. A HEALTHY HOMEon :i John I.and IIo\vc. 1vs. I Ii i Hill for Foreclosure !: amendments February thereto Kith, under, 1S71 the, Corporatename and the

Six mouths after. data I wilt prefect to the Honorable nnder and bvlrtnc of Iortage. of Canaveral and South Florida RailRoad
Minor S.Jone*. Probate Judge of Brevard Co. Notice Hereby: Given that I 'I of '
FU .m v final accounts aud"oul.'h..rll of the estate of of a final decree of sale and foreclosure renderedby Stephen Iytlpr: :11111 1 Company. The principal place
01IX and ask the I Honorable John H. Brooine, Judge ot the business! of said Company shall be in
E :MOOt. deceased of .iid conuty Judicial Circuit of Indian River. P. Millie 1:llvclcr. J
for ot the saideetil Circuit Court for the Seventh I.revard Florida and
final administrator Canaveral Comity ,
itiy discharge as ,
Oecember 2 :rd IS":, in a alHd.iv it. made in the ,
of Florida on
,, I'HISKU I> WKOS,Adtn'r.Tttu.vile. the State It appealing; by for which still Company..
Fl...Jnuar U. I8HSXOTICC. certain canes in Chancery then depending!: the. above-stated c-.uW by U. I.. Gallld lI.solicittll' the puqiose
Circuit Court for Brevard Counu and for the< ir.cnit : formed is to construct, operate, and main-
that the
aforesaid, wherein Robert 11. Joins iz complainant for eoiuj hiinatit* dei;i
road and! terminal facilities
and Martha Jane Abbott in her own ri,lit, Ft tic Front Lots commanding a CICWor fondant. I*. Millie Ilyder.) i is a nonrfcidtMit *- 'I tain a rail
and as the almmi!.trattix of Williambbott, of tinMate of Florida and that public use and conveyance of persons and
In circuit Court of the Seventh Judicial Circuit of died John II Abbott Thomas J. .Abbott William property. The !said rail road shall IK loeateil -
17oridxBretarjCounty,A. 18.--ln S. Abbott. Franci E. Abbott Charli. I. Abbott I forty miles of the river, Jtljh said P. Milli Ilyder reside in New York in lirevard: County, Florida, and
vintage 1'. Arnold ChanCdY.1 Grace li. Abbott. Ben Hill Abbott-Iam s > Abbott.Georgn I tate. and[ hl'r'p't: edict i i-* unkiiiv\. and
) W Abbott, Maggie M Abbott. Robert T. and i ii' ** shall commence at or near Titiitville,
\"II } Dl\orce. II and dry; for health and that 5tae over t\\enty-oiie year
AnnanIOM.. ) Abbott and Loton M. Jones, guardian ad mo>m. I of :l:!.'. it i is hereby ordered| that the <:tM I run thence, in an easterly! direction, oerthe
defendant-. as Special Master *ellfor the At-
It ..pp':arin2 from the bill of complaint in the :' are cash, to the! highest bidder on Monday. February la.iu.ty it cannot leexcelled. .1'. Millie Ryder fie required to aucwerto mo-t advantageous route, to
>onv "l1ttl..1 thai the above named re.londent'.t I I lantic Ocean thence in a south-easterly
cause 6th, IMS. the same Iwma: the first )Iolltl.l in the : to demur to. or plead tn the hill in ,
''' '' the-tatc of Honda: that i the Court House. in T&tI1\n. direction along near said (X-ean, tnt
of or
**r month in said caue on or before the 12th day of, ,
i lueoi re iIt"lwf' i< Loikhart in the StiteofTex I .
o'cl ck and
hour of a.m. of Canaveral
between the the ,
> :and t|:n BUC Jh ,,v<.r the ace rf twentyoneT Florida tollonint described real February. A. D. IhSS. or the cline: will point at or near Bight
all the
.ar*. it u therefore ordered that the said I three o'clock p. m. with branch to Banana I'iver. The
respondent .estate t*>-\vit : an undivided one-half < 1-::) of lot I he taken ac confessed! iind this be 01- a '
Adna Arnold d., pl al. answer or demur to road will be about !!>
I of said rail
tnt No three (:>) of section' number thirty-two (( ) : tIered published once a week for four length
tth da I5ii: ."n t' CoiuvUi.rhnur>it tont in thhl'aufof'or the tame on will or before be taken the township number twenty (-m. south <>f ran and::" I Large Lots at Reasonable Prices consecutive weeks in the FLORIDA >TAK. 1l1i1{'-. The Val'italtock: of aid Coml -
number thirtv-flve (15)( ) east containing hity divided! into
a. "' '1.*,..x| Audit ordered that a copy of this in said l to be S400M, to be
all which mentionedand a published county. I any
ll-litO acres [50 11-100 acres] i newspaper
,, !
ordrrlppubiished hi the FIAHun.' Sraa auewspaPer described real estate is situate in the Count of Witness. A.:1. Stewart clerk of said i 4,000, shares of SluO dollars each.
nabliKhed in *ud county and State once a week i .
iI -
for .. . I:1soN.IIENRY .
: day
,,"lUf'\. $teorntt. (".",V of said court and tbe I I my hand this I Court Iloii!'e. Titusville. Florida. this : II.1hARRISON'l'ruste:
real of K5id court .t the fruit house in the town ofl1ulI11I. 18*: Ii HARDEE J. TTHE UKKSAKU.
, :January.A. lircvard D. is'8A .v.u'.tv at..r./tltt this 7th day of !, R. II LIGfilTT.Social M"ter. I Write to CAPl RI ., I-A.10th day of Jal1l1an".1 A. STEWAUT.>. 1SS8.Clerk. I X. N. PENNY.KOST. .
t KiE'VAKI. Clerk Circuit Court. ;I Fletcher k Wurt. City Point'l'. 0., Fla By II. Atkinson.. V. c. KAN-OX.
3S"i I Solicitor :
JOD- .
k wmiam.'I..t""" t-OTiij lainant Complainant



SPECIAL COL179IX.Locil I -Mrs. Titus, accompanied by :her son I( -Mrs. Mackenzie has opened her re-I- FOR SALE.A Indian-- RiverBak

Pierre, started,Tuesday, Jacksonville, '! sidence on Hopkins street, for the recep- tract of land on Indian hirer in the ?
advertising,: Inseited in tti column for five of 88
of Brevard, consisting )
tion of a few advertisement county : v
cent per line each insertion. No charge made for ; guests. Washington Avrnne.TITUSVILLE .
I I it beins lot Xo. 3. and south baIt
tban CO: cent acres: ;
lees "Palm Cottage will) be found in
I -Indian River is receiving her shareof I of the northeast quarter of section 35 FLORIDA.

-SEED IRISH POTATOES, the "Early j 1 the winter tourists, but they spread j another column. and lot X o. 3, being the southwest quar- Fresh Bread, Cakes and Confectioner ."

Rose" variety, the best for Florida, for over the country in different style from '! The Pecan tree thrives wherever the 3G ter both of the in northwest township 31 quarter south of section 39 Constantly on Land -

sale at S. H. Ita.-'., Titusville. I that of former years. j Hickory grows, and large trees yield a east., This is a very desirable range piece; of BOSTON. FI:ENCII: !, (JKA1IAMi
I net annual income of $25 to $oO each. hammock soil of rich quality suitablefor MILK hl.E.)1.)1) ) :
FOR SALE-For the next thirty daysat -The United Order of Odd Fellows \ Send your address to S. W. Peek, the raisin of all tropical fruits. Is TO OKHKIJ. :;

a yreat bargain one handsome m der.n-I! (colored), of Titusville, will hold a grand i i Proprietor Hartwell Nurseries, Hart well, situated at the X arrows near Enos post- Parties. Ball. Pi'EJCR. etc catered'. for with M en
built, new, i-room cottage with Ga., on a postal card and price list. care aid attetitifiAlitrt! Nun-Int ucatul: .
cistern and wharf fronting supper and dance next Friday evening, j get office. Will sell cheap for ca>h. For Health 4tv1ta; ttevt-r .v.-"i; tached kitchen, ,
the 10th. particulars address Special Prices for Hotels,Restaurants I
with 5 of rich ] ,Etc.
on L'lke'orth acres Send your address to S. W. Peek, E. 31. LOW I f
(:. |
hammock land attached. Forty young -The side walk and road on Pine Proprietor of the Hartwell Nurseries, Sept. 3. Brockton. )Ia: s. .IL'I'ItEC.I'roprietor. tr
cocoanut trees, and lawn set to grass, I : - -- -
street has been greatly improved duringthe Hartwell, Ga., and get prices of Pecan J. I'IUTCIL1ItU,1're-ident- )I
land all new and cleared.-A great bar- trees. Large treebear from five to \v. M. mww .
gain, will soon be worth double price past week by the addition of more I. fifteen bushels of nuts annually, which J. McGlashan, fef
a-ked for it which ii $4,000. Address side walk and the opening of the road. sell for from three to five dollars per I; INDIAN RIVER BAR uL'feIT

Lake PORTER Worth& POTTER Fla.Compositor. Real Estate Agent?!, Appearances would be greatly improved I bushel. TIN AND SHEET IRON WORK of(

if some work were done on Washington Titu ,'IIIt., Florida
I Lake Worth Town Lots.
.Wanted avenue, near Main street. i iRc Done to Order on Short Notice.Roofing A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS Tom.G
The have number :
undersigned quite a '
office. .\ who can and Guttering a Specialty. SACTED. i
At the STAR man
\. A. W. Sproull, superintendentof of good lot in the new town of Lake I I
turn big hand to job printing as well, Worth. We will purchase and improvefor TITfsVILLi:, FLA. 17Ar ExdmJ1: (.nht, and old.) >]It'I'iatM) dI
preferred. Write, at once, to the Editor. Presbyterian Home Missions for I prompt attention given tocolh-etionx. Loan I,
parties at distance. llrst
a on for
ncfiotiated mortgage >a\iD2.
Florida, will preach next Sabbath (Feb. ItankCorporation- and In.hvi.luuU. J Jcst
('III:U. '
I.._ COXICS.A allowed on time deposit
LOCAL 5th) in the Rockledge Presbyterian General Real Estate: Agents, I

Church 11 and 7 and Lake Worth Dade Co. Fla. i TO LOAN ri }
at a. m. at p. in. ; TITUSVILLE. FLOHt D.\. ;1OOOOO
mail clerk is now running on the also at the School House, at Merritt, at I --- - i On Fir-t-clas s Real Estate.
Keeps full supply of metallic and wooden
route from this place to Melbourne.Did three o'clock p.m. i I[ -
Coffins, Cases and Caskets. | Advances,made upon available collateral. I
you watch the eclipse of the -Tbe steamer Cleo returned from her i' Approved liu-ints paper IUS<'ountt-lJ. t

moon about six o'clock on Saturday route down the river, Tuesday, with a Funerals: attended if desired. All or- | Drafts on all parts of Kuropc.lltiMmss f

evening latWe ? disabled shaft. Her place will now betaken ders promptly executed, and at rea?ona- ;' done at Jacksonville rate,. Ci
rates. Embalming done. 2'2 1 Every favor, consistent with !sound -
learn that Mr. R. W. Andrews by the new steamer Georgiana.Mr. cyraQlAl i banking cheerfully extended. *
---- -----
has forwarded his resignation as purseron Oliver will have the Cleo repaired r Citwoi! ., I 1 COItIIES1'ONUENTs: Hank JackMnivilie, ;
I II A. M. Hamilton & Co. Jacks-onville, Fla.; The s-eaboard National
but is undecided where to ,
the steamer Rockledge.Messrs. immediately Hank, New York. 5 t

G. H. Altree and Howell use her. I TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA,
for few Mr. L. D. Snook of DeLeon ,
Titus left on Tuesday morning a Spring t Wholesale Dealers in

days hunting on the Banana. has been in town for a few days this ;! INDIAN RIVER, 1

-Mr. Gus Snell, of Eau Gallie, came week in the interest of the Brush ElectricCo. Indian River Oysters Accommodates- Low.Boating ut'5tsllunng tl.e Winter S UCDTerms t

in the Rosie H. on Monday, and returned ., with a view of introducing an and Dtthint Location near the tnoutU :
up of the St !Sel>-tn.n liner, which u noted for n.
on Wednesday.Extra electric light plant into our town. A FISHGreen ceUeMAddress Hunting and t'frhtng.
of the Town Council
special meeting was
copies of the STAR newsstand mayalways held, on Tuesday evening, to considerthe Turtle and Game. ; : 1*. holler, Micro, Fla.
be obtained at Gray's l

J. M. Dixon's drug store. matter. 4K1M0POWDER All orders wil11'cceipromptaJ1l1 careful attention .
Late Worth Jupiter i: U.S. Hail Rot
The firm of Messrs.: C. E. Pontier & whether by telegraph,
-We shall be glad if our correspondents letter or person. 17
Co., whose advertisement will be foundin
will send in their communications Passengers Carried Daily to the head

by Tuesday morning, as we go to our columns, can be relied upon as of Lake Worth by hack, and from thereby

press early on Thursday morning.Mr. trustworthy and having the best of recommendations TITUS HOUSE, boat to any point on the ]lake.

and parties desiring to
W. S. Norwood returned
yester- ship them goods in their line need haveno Titusville Indian River Florida. Alvin Hendrickson
from Rockledge where he openedan Proprietor.
day ,
fear of their being treated as borne of Pure.
office in of Mr. E. L. Absolutely PEOPLE USER.1.Y"
express charge E. II. Fl'RIlY Over 6.00O.OOO
them were, l last winter, by several firmsin Proprietor.
This powdernevervaries.marvel of purity I
Magruder.Prof. the northern cities. strength ant wholesomeness More economical Rooms Excellent Cui- s EED.5
\\". H. Peck of Courtney, was than the ordinary kinds, and cannot Large Airy ; --.J
-An interesting letter will be found be sold in competition with the multitude of sine. rr J 1' D.M.FF.RRYaCO.
a visitor to our town yesterday, but only in another column describing a visit to low test, short weight, alum or phosphate are admitted tobetttear
stopped for a short time returning down powders. Sold only in cans. This"el1known House is now open ieilie=r.nD.JLnuT.acal:
the Ponce de Leon Hotel and SubTropical Uoyal Bakin Powder ;o. lOG Wall-st.N.y

the river on the steamer Rockledge.We ] bv. one of our winter visitors from For the reception of guests. mn:+.....
learn that the long-wished-for Kansas City, Mo. The Sub-Tropical and PALM COTTAGE, I SEEDANNUAL

side walk, leading from the ticket officeto Ponce de Leon are the big attractions in I'I
the railroad wharf, will be put downin Florida this winter, aside from our incomparable t winbemafed For 1883

a few days.A climate, which stands aheadof \4 J'REETOALL

nicely furnished parlor car is now everything and is the chief attraction.Mr. Reasonable Rates Pleasant Location. INDIAN RIVER, FLA. applicant but IIUIOII'Icu&omerI wiShooOG& aaito "

attached to the daily train from Jacksonville Pitts, who received tlie contractfor Sear Grand View Hotel. Ii.InauabietoaL.

to Titusville, and makes thetraveling building the Signal Service stationat Mrs. G. W. Mackenzie Proprietress Having been refurnished is now openedfor Every penoD UUII
much more pleasant.The Jupiter, completed his work there about guests:; under the managementof '
its old and =
proprietor u.
Rev. Arch-deacon Carpenter two weeks ago; and it was done in a A NEW & USEFUL DIGRESSION. .owner. D. M. Y&CO.DetroltMICh._

will hold divine service on Sunday morning very workmanlike manner. Mr. Pitts

I next, the 5th inst., at Wager's Hall, deserves some special credit for the work I have added to my stock of Watches. Clocks, Jas. Paine, Prop. A. L. Hatch & SOil,

at the usual hour, 10:30 a.m., standard as it was rather a difficult matter to get Plated Ware, Je..elry. etc.; a complete line of fam. DEALERS IN
ily Medicines, a fine grade of Cigars Cigarettes. Tobacco St. Lucie, Florida.
time. lumber and other material at that point, and Pipes; a collation of Fancy Goods Toys,
Notions ant Florida Curiosities; a good stock of DRY GOODS NOTIONS
and do the work in the time he .
-Messrs.N.C. Bryan and Peter Fisher occupied.Mr. Stationery and an assortment of Gaudy and Confectionery ,

have purchased a six-horse power engine Henry W. Grady, one of the ed displayed; Scissor the,above pocket at my and New table Store Cutlery,Washington Hav.- NOTICE Hardware Crockery"Saddlery,
itorsand of the Atlanta Conitution Avenue, Titus\ille, you are respect. ,
owner -
"ieof the part
with a \ adding necessary fully invited to call ami examine tbe same to satisfy Stationery, Family Medi-

machinery for establishing a steam laun- and a party of about twelve ex- yourself or not as WATCH to price and REPAIRING quality whether A SPECIALTY.Lateet you bur. I A New Business: House, in a fine loca- cines, Garden Seeds,

dry and wood yard. cursionists, arrived here yesterdaand approved Instruments ant Tools, and 20 tion, for sale at a bargain. Call on
years' practical experience In the watch and jewelry CHOICE GROCERIES,
started down the river for
-The fine sloop yacht Anna has been a fedays business. I shall spare no painstaking to please as PRITCHARD & SWEET,
hunting and fishing and also to articles and prices or Repairing, and HOPK TO Fertilizers.
Hay Corn Mapes
hauled out and painted during the past MERIT A FAIR SHARE OF TOCB PATRONAGE.
week. Her owners expect to furnish feasting on Indian River oranges. At IV. C. C. I1U YXMG.HOWELLTITUS. 13tf Titusville, Fla. CITY FOIST, FLORIDA.
this Mr. several of his
place Grady met
her with a new suit of sails shortly, then

let all the fast boats stand aside. acquaintances from his State, and they BOBBINS & GRAHAM
would be pleased to see more of him on ,
-The work is being pushed forward

by the Titusville Ice Company, and the his return. Pool & Billiard Room .
-An excursion party arrived here
building is nearly completed, while the ,

1 machinery is being placed as rapidly as yesterday to go down the river, being a MAIN STREET REAL ESTATE BROKERS & LOAN AGENTS.'r@F'

t possible.Mr.. portion of the party which arrived in ,

Jacksonville last Saturday, which was
A. L. Hatch was a passenger toJacksonville .
the first of a series of excursions to be
on Tuesday, to look after
carried out over the Pennsylvania Cen- Agent in this section for BROWN'S LANDS BOUGHT AND SOLD.
the replacing of fruit, etc., in the Bre-
tral Railway to Florida. The round -a Delightful ex-
yard exhibit. Mr. Hatch is a live man, trip from New York to Florida and return hilarating Beverage. Always on draught. Loans Negotiated on First Class Security at from 12 to 24 per cent.
and Brevard is fortunate in securing his Try it.DON'T.
services. including meals and sleeper, with Choice lots in rapidly growing Towns, will net investors 100 per

privilege of remaining 20 days in the w AB.NJNG-. cent in twelve month

Messrs. Hersey and O'Brien returned State is now $47.50. BE DECEIVED BY COMMISSION Residence lots in Titusville from S20 up to 81000.

from Jupiter last Friday on the sloop We in the North advertising to pay large Business lots from 8250 to $2,500.
Magic. We learn that Mr. O'Brien will -5 particularly request that '''I' price for Hides, Furs and Skins bat sell your
subscribers will be goods at borne. For highest prices ship them to
our good enough to I P. O. Box 250 Titusville Florida.A. .
return to Jupiter to assist Mr. Pennywittat ,
note the time of expiration of their sub- C. E. PONTIER & Co., i
the Service Station Station there, and
scription account to the STAR as set forthon II Orlando f"I:&., box 327; or Tampa, Fla., '
that Mr. Hersey will remain here at Ti- the name-and-address slip pasted box 30.I A. STEWART, GEO. M. BOBBINS, WALTER S. GRAHAM.Clerk .
tusville.C. up- I WANTED TO BUY )I. D'
f Circuit Court. at Law.
on their or Atty.
newspapers wrappers everyweek. ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND
G. Butt, Eq.f judge of the
By reference to the printed and
Criminal Court of Orange County; and pasted slip our subscribers can easily; ALLIGATOR(100,000) Green Salted SKINS. BREVARD ABSTRACT OF TITLE COMPANY.

; :. J. D. Beggs, Esq., State's-attorney for observe whether their subscription is .

; the Seventh Circuit, have been spending overrun, and also how long it has to HERON PLUMES Complete Abstracts! of Title furnished to all lands! in Dre-

. '., the past week at Titusville, seeking a relaxation run. We shall esteem it a favor if our AND BIRD SKINS OF ALL KINDS vard county, Florida.
from their bought in oeaeon. Quotations sent on application.
professional: routineof readers will give this matter their at- r..ferf'nceFirl't National Bank of Tampa. For Titles Examined and Perfected.Box
business. They returned to Orlando farther information call oa or address C. E. .
tention, and send in all over-due subscriptions Pox TIER A: CO Orlando. Fla., Box 3J7:: .
yesterday.Mr. : at their earliest convenience.The I or Tampa, fla. Box 30. 3i.Gm 250, Titusville, Fla. -

John Mellor, of Eau Gallie, wa new steamer Georgiana arrived

t in Titusville, on Monday and Tuesday, here, on Monday, via the Haulover ; GRAND VIEW HOTEL WE CALL THE ATTENTIONOf

and gave the STAR a pleasant call. Mr Canal, where she was forced to remainfor ,

Mellor is the principal promoter of the a few days on account of low water. TITUSVILLE, FLA. the people of Indian River to our stock of Goods
which we are offering at close
Baptist Church to be erected in Eau The very margin.
boat is a fine one and well built ; ,remake a specialty of

d Gallie, and has worked indefatigably and, after the machinery gets in good The most centrally locate Hotel in City

both in Chicago and on the river to consummate working order, she is expected to makeas -0--

this religious and much-needed good time as the Rockledge. She left i :NEW HOUSE. FIRST-CLASS IX Groceries Grain Hay and Flour

+1 work. He has, also, been ably assisted for down the river,to run on the Jupiterand EVERY RESPECT. ,

both monetarily and otherwise-by Eau Melbourne the On which will stock of
route, same afternoon I Open all the year round. Table Unsur we give special inducements. We carry a large

Gallic residents. The lumber ordered, with flying bunting and flowing passed. Bath Rooms Free. GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS, BOOTS AND SHOES, HATS AND CAPS, ETC.,
and with plenty of free assistance, we champagne. We wish her success ; also to
Rates, $2.5O & $3.00 per Day. Which we are offering at low figures. Those needing shoes will find it greatly
have doubt the edifice will be her
no soon new captain, Mr. A. W. Buie, who low.
their interest
to give us a call as we are selling shoes very
ready for the holding of religious service feels of the SPECIAL RATES PER WEEK.
exceedingly proud new We will be pleased to quote prices at any time.

*. boat. J. ./1.. MILLER, Proprietor. E. I,. EJE1.A..DY d3 :aRO.