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 9, 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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hi .i Florida Enterprise. St. Valentines Fair In Titus- 'Ihus. noel Lodge. Lake Worth.

Nothing more surely indicates the vllle. Mr. Collier's family arrived last Friday A most: delightful and interesting entertainment Cool weather.

. growing importance of Florida trade and On Monday and Tuesday next, Feb. and are to reside at Cartervillc. gotten up by Mrs. Preston But warming up again now.

travel than the increased service which 13th and 14th, from 12 o'clock noon until :Mr. Hawthorne's land sales were Nash: of Richmond, Va., assisted by our Tomato shipments on the increase.

Messrs. W. P. Clyde& Co. are now per- 10} p. m., the ladies Titusyille will $8,500 last week, instead of $5,800.Mr. local talent, was given Tuesday evening, The "

c fecting for next season's business. As hold a bazaar and fancy fair for the Hawlhome's brother has arrived rcr the benefit of the :Episcopal Churchin "Lillian B. out on the 27th.

announced in our local columns, theyare benefit of St. John's Episcopal Church. to view the improvements around :Minis. this place. About$50 cleared is the The "Ina" out on the 27th with a load

, now having built a superb steel shipof Among the unique features will be aDutch financial result. Considering the short of tomatoes, via Titusville. "
Mr. Ballou and wife left this
week for
over 3,000 tons burthen, designed market, under the charge of Mrs. pace of time devoted to preparation the The "Bessie B." arrived from Jackson

1- ,t especially for the route between this city Happoldt, assisted by Mrs. Ronald, Miss their home in Boone, Iowa, after a yeryenjo'able entertainment must in every respect be ville on the 24th with a full cargo.

and New York. The Clyde Line was Aline Egger, Miss Lena Norwood, Miss visit. considered a success. The Hotel Indian The new organ for the school house arrived ;

.au the first to introduce the screw propeller Feaster and Miss Louise Rosser in costume Quite a number of LaGrange citizens liver band opened the concert with on the "Bessie B." on the 21th and

,. and the compound engine on steam- who will offer for sale, from their made a visit to Jones & Wiley's grove, choice music well rendered, followed by was used Sunday for the first time, :Miss

r. t f ships, and now they have become the tails, fresh vegetables, fruits, eggs, ind spent a pleasant day. tableaux, etc.Tableau."Moses. Susie F. Brown being the organist. Tho

; pioneers in the construction of steel shipsin meats, tin ware and many other thingsto :Mr. Baldwin and family have taken in the bulrushes," organ was purchased with funds raised

1 I this country.The tempt the good housewives of the up their residence at Georgiana for a Miss Thurmond figured as Pharaoh's by the Ladies Society. ,

building of the steamer Cherokeeand town, who, it is hoped, will buy their time. We hope to see them back againsoon. daughter, Dr. IIu hlett's baby as Moses, The "Marion" and "Mayflower" arrived -

in 1886 and them supplies, during the continuance of the and maid Pharaoh's daugh-
Seminole, putting nurse as to on the 2,>th both loaded with lumber

upon the direct route to Jacksonvillefrom air, from the charming peasants.At There will be a meeting at Puryearlall ter. A large clump of reeds were arranged and crates and the "Marion"\ has already

New York, were heralded in some the bazaar of fancy work will be on Saturday evening atseven o'clock, : on the platform in the midst of gone back after another 10:111.Ir.. E.

quarters as two pieces of folly. It was found a large variety of pretty, dainty to consider the advisability<< of erecting a which were to be seen the baby in the IIogg finds a good market here and talks

averred that the condition of the St. trifles and work of exquisite beauty, school house. Basket and Pharaoh's daughter tenderly some of starting a lumber yard on the

I John's bar would make a regular, reli- some of it fPnt from the North. This On the morning of the 7th the house of bending over the infant. The scene was

able service impossible, and that the department is under the charge of Miss S. S. Gray was struck lightning. The very effective and the audience clapped ake.Mr.. E. D. Dewey from near Willimantic
state of trade in Florida did not promise Lelu Pritchard and Miss De Cantillon house loudly for its repetition.No. -
sustained but little damage, butt Conn., arrived on the 22nd and is
anything like a support for the enter- Ronald. 2 was a musical selection by Mrs.
gave a shock to a negro who was grinding now stopping at Mrs. Chas. Moore's. Ho
prise. The results,however,have provedthe Ladies of this town and down the Iriswold, a guest of the Hotel beautifully -
it is
an axe, lightning striking out here principally for his health, but climate -
wisdom of the Clyde's in going to river who are about to furnish new rendered.No. .
of his hands and sending it about 10 feet location, soil and society are
this enormous expense. The trade is houses, or those who require small and away. 3"The Little Shakers," Master ductive that he is already trying to so suit se-

ample, and is actually demanding better neat articles to ornament dwellings that ----- -- .Toe Pope Nash: as the elder, Hezekiah, himself with a piece of land ou which to

facilities to-day. Quick dispatch and are furnished, will here find many an In(*range I n'-oi.! in his wide brim hat and long coat, as! build himself a residence.Mr. .

low rates have stimulated traffic and article exactly suited for their homes. Miss Hazen left us again, on Friday, silted: by the sister Shakers, the Misses

made many enterprises possible which Orders for fancy work of all kinds will to visit friends at Rockledge.Miss l llardecs, Flora Ryder, Myra Williams, M. M. Pitts cut his leg on the SHU

had never been dreamed of prior to the i also be taken. Charlotte Sauls, of Saulsville, Gracie Paterson Mamie May and Bcttie and was unable to stop the bleeding so
had to be taken the
establishment of this direct line.A : The art gallery, under the charge of spent the past week vio.itingIrs.. W. N. Brown Too much cannot be said in to Cocoanut Grove
House and doctor
Airs. M. P. Robbins the table of of the excellent a summoned who upon
i most significant fact in relation to ; pink Chandoin.Mr. praise performance of examination found
Airs.:: Brown these a slight cut in one of
; the well, with its lovely little folk .
the building of this new steamship is the and :Mrs. Coleman returned, on the large veins. Had it been
I'I I Rebecca (Miss Decker), the flower booth Xo.4uAn Evening Call," Mr. least
declaration of the Messrs. that the
Clyde Saturday, from their visit to the Sub- trifle deeper Mr. Pitts would ]
J construction of steel vessels in this coun- presided over by Miss Albino Egger, assisted Tropical.Mr. Bunes: makes a fashionable call and is probably
have bled to death before
i ii by Miss Kate Pritchard and Miss entertained by Miss Gracie Paterson. could have
it i try is: due entirely to the reduction in L. A. of reached a doctor he resides
Brady, one LaGrange'spopular as up on the
it Ethel the booth of Miss No. 5 Vocal Messrs.
Rumph ; candy quartette, by
the cost of iron and steel, caused by the
intends island the Inlet. Mr.
having near Pitts is
men a
young to be
t it opening and development of the mineral McCormick, the grab bag and fish pondof Hare and Raymond, Misses Thurmond
of his cleared congratulated his
property preparatory narrow escape.
t resources of the South. This only illus- Miss Gibson, will also be prominent and Raymond.No. .
trates how surely one enterprise follows features. to setting out an orange grove. .G-"The Flower Girls" garden Before leaving Mr. I. L. Cragin arranged -

I[ another when once the work of the During the evening there will, from : Dr. B. R. Wilson and Mrs. Wilson : !scene, Miss Meta. Wilkinson figured as to have more work done on his

pioneer has been begun. I time to time, be selections of music and I were the guests of Mrs. W. N. Hendry k3Iary Contrary," and five other little east !side place and there are half a dozen
f fj one day last week. The doctor's large. men now engaged in
reading by several persons, under the girls as big roses. clearing, ditchingand
Florida will the distinction of
enjoy direction of Mrs. E. L. Brady. circle of friends are always happy to. No. 7-''Simply to thy Cross I Cling," setting out trees and there is work
having upon her New York line the first welcome him among them. Miss Ollie Lapham figured in this tab for as many more. Mr. Cragin will i
from six until ten o'clockp.m.
steel built for the trade in
ship carrying
At the organization of the Chautauqua leau up to the point of perfection. It erect a fine "tropical" residence and has
America. We that the venture ., will be served by Mrs. Gaulden, :
predict _
Urs. Robbins, :Miss Walker and' Mrs.ritchard Literary and Scientific Circle, it way Mr. was just as intended, a beautiful woman already sent to India for his plans. It .
will bo successful and profitable, and '
? assisted by a corps of young A. Brady who was elected president, in- clinging to a pure white cross. She was looks very much as if he intends to pend.
trnst that it mark the beginningof
may adies. stead of Mrs. A. Brady, as reported in a cheered for repetition.No. considerable "soap" on iis"-Lake Worth

a have new everything era in American with which shipbuilding.We to con-. Northern visitors will find one or two previous number of the STAR. 8-"A Lone Bachelor," Mr. Joe place and it is to be hoped his Philadelphia I

Pope Nash tired of his life takes a tripto soap factory will be able to furnish 1 ,
struct steel ships, and should make use novelties on the menu cards, as palmetto Mr. II. Atkinson was busily engaged ,
of our materials.-Xws-IIcrald. cabbage salad, native guava jelly and shipping oranges from his grove several London to buy himself a wife. Without enough "soap" to carry out the program ,> p
at this end of the
honey from orange and palmetto flowers. days last week. Mr. Atkinson's orangesarc flattering he makes a nice little (.

Over all will preside St. Valentine, classed among the best flavored and speech setting: forth his necessity and Mr. Jas.! McFarlaue saw an alligator I
A Dude at the Ponce de Leon.
who promises to have his quiver filled finest shipped from here this year. takes for a wife Miss Gracie Paterson, laying alongside of his trail the morning :
The following is an extract from a St. home in of the 28th and went back his
with fresh arrows, warranted to reach Illness prevented the Rev. James A. in his attempt to wheel her a to house I
Augustine letter: wheel-barrow he her and in got his and back and shot the
the heart of the most perverse maid and Bolton meeting his appointment here on upsets quits gun came
Few yachts of importance have disgust.No. beast then went and told his neighborsof
any the most obdurate man, and there inflict Sunday. However, a large congregation
come into St. Augustine harbor this sea- sharp, sweet pain. His deputy will! be' assembled, and a prayer meeting was 9-"Queen of the Convent." Miss it. Mr. Pat Lennon shot and

son, though Mr. Armstrong, who is Mr. James Sanders, in charge of the post conducted by Mr. Hatter, of Jackson- Hattie Wilkinson figured as queen with killed an alligator on the 2Gth and

practically the founder of tho St. office, assisted by Mr. Theodore Titus. Ruth Hardce as the little maid. This brought it down to Captain Hendrick-

j Augustine Yacht Club, expects a number There will be special excursion rates ville.Mr.. J. S. Coats and family, who have was well received.No. son's store but no one seemed to be afraidof

I down from the North about March1st by. the steamer Rockledge from points been Occup'ingIr.. H. F. Atkinson'shouse 10-A scene in which Mr. Hare a dead 'gator. Afterward Charles j

I or before. The only difficulty seemsto down the river. The stay of the steamer for the month have moved figured as a knight clad in heavy mail Lane and C. Hai;ht, in coming out of ;
past ,
be that many owners have tied their will give ample time for all who wish to into their new residence. Mr. Coats is and Miss Frazee as a Princess. This was the former's boat house were slightly

yachts up for the winter season, and the visit the fair. splendidly gotten up and well received.No. surprised to see a'gator on the steps! of i
and know he
i an energetic gentleman, we
sail down the coast is not to be the boat house but one or two elongated
apt "Elaine" from Idols of the
I 11- i! J
Mrs. M. E. Titus was chosen by the will make such improvements as will
sant at this time of the St. Aug- steps on their part put them in safety. (i.
i year. King, Miss Frazee figured in this to the
ladies of the fair but the of his
as manager we regret beautify appearance new .
ustine has taken such sudden and The last seen of the 'gator that evening !
if a remarkable best effect as Elaine and 3Ir. Raymond !
to that account of illness she home.
f say on I
iI boom that it will require one as the boatman. This was loudly applauded was as it quietly reposed in the grass l r
is absent. Her cousin (Mrs. Hap- .
now Many thanks are due Mr. and Mrs. f
alongside of Mr. McFarlane's trail. That
I season to get people used to it. The and rendered the second time-
poldt) acting as her representative, will Woolfe for the in which i
town which a few years ago was the resort pleasant way this reptile and the one shot by Mr. :Me. ,
receive any contribution entertained their last Tues- No. "Temperance Lecture, by
of the invalid and the easy and flan- they guests are one and the same, friend :Me. strenuously "
Ii' On the whole think the bazaar and The entertainment Rev. Peter Jones. Mr. F. B. Ward figured : -
i' we day evening.
i'j nel-shirted sportsman, is already aglow was denies, but some of his friends seem .;
j fair will be in honor of :Mr. and Miss Reed as Brother Jones and fully sustained -
with Bar Harbor blazers of every conceivable very interestingand amusing, given to take this view of the case in spite of i
and recommend readersto who did much in several his reputation as a mimic and hu f
hue. This is only in the fore- we strongly our introducing the fact friend Mc. insists that the 'gator
noons. In the evenings you will see the pay it a visit. There will be no games, which were heartily enjoyed by morist. He was loudly cheered.No. he shot was not dead till after he finishedit.

same picturesquely-attired youths cladin charge for admission to view the sights. everyone present., They left the next 13-Closing song, etc., by three The controversy may take such an
for their home in colored waiters from the hotel.
the sober and immaculate clawhammer. Kentucky. important shape that it will take one or

At the Ponce de Leon they are R. W. Southwick, formerly agent of Mrs. Nash, and those too, who so ably more sworn affidavits to finally decide
the Mallory Line, at Fernandina, it is Shiloh Dots. assisted! her in getting up this entertain- the momentous question.
great on evening dress, and the attire of
understood, will have charge of the Our oranges are about shipped ; the ment, deserve the success which crownedthe I
the fashionable guests and the gorgeously; In the past!:! three days half) a dozen
Plant-Mallory interests at Key West under trees are again blooming, and the prospect effort, and the thanks of the com
arrayed servant is the cause of no little land hunters have arrived and are busy .II<
the new regime.At for next year is good. munity for an evening of innocent and
confusion: among the simple-minded picking out satisfactory locations in this j
sightseers. A mild little dude made his Pensacola, last Friday morning, Mr. James A. Pattillo and friends returned pleasant amusement. vicinity. It is probable all will be suit- m d
their former homes after Thanks are due also to the editor of
appearance the other evening with one I the workmen engaged in digging a trenchfor to I ed and still land enough be left to suit 4
The Public for free of J
time and Spirit printing
spending a pleasant fishing
of those tailless dress coats which were I the sewer mains on Tarragona street, I half a dozen or so more. Some of the
hunting.A charge: a large number of copies of the 1
introduced at Newport last summer. He I near Wright street, cut the skeleton of a above-mentioned parties are from way

wandered around for a few minutes looking : human being in about the middle and Sunday school for this neighborhood program. I north and some from Florida-one being

: unhappy and lonesome, the subject I threw up the thigh bones, leaving the remaining -j was organized recently. J. A. Pattillo )lie o. I from just up on Indian River-but all

of speculation and conjecture among I bones embedded in the earth. I was elected superintendent, and "". H looking for the most tropical part of the

nine-tenths of the guests. One suggested Close alongside of one of the hips an old Fairbanks, secretary. Sunday school Professor Hitchcock, a noted geologist, State, the part that sticks right out in

that, in order to follow out the Spanish dirk and two Spanish coins were found, will now be held regularly. is making a careful investigation of the the warm Gulf Stream. Here i is the spot

style of architecture and give the scenea the latter bearing the dates 1776 and On Sunday week our neighborhoodwas coquina formation on this river. I and now that they have found it they

Spanish flavor, he had been employee 1778. About 100 feet further down Tar- treated to church services, which Several guests will arrive at Oak will one and all settle right down and

to represent a bull fighter. Someone ragona street the workmen threw out the were conducted by the Rev. Mr. James i' Lodge this week. Those guests who have add that many more to the already large

else objected that the costume was not skull of another human being, leavingthe Bolton, who delivered very impressivesermon : visited this place were delighted with population represented by

gaudy enough, he should have silk stockings remaining bones in the earth. The which was appreciated by his the romantic surroundings and beautiful I SAM.

knee breeches and a broad hat remains are doubtless those of some of congregation.Jack avenue of palms through which they I ,

trimmed with little round balls. Some the early Spaniards. They may have I Pattillo and wife, accompanied walked in ten minutes to the ocean Tampa's new hotel is now assured.

were of the opinion that he was the been the bodies of soldiers who fell in I by the Rev. Mr. Bolton, left for Osteen beach. j Negotiations for the purchase of a site

white manager of Mr. Seavey's colored the battle of 1814 between the British: on Tuesday, after a brief visit. Jack, Professor: J. P. Jenks, of Brown's ;j were closed Thursday, and work will be f

bicycle club maintainedthat Nichols and the Ameri- I' University Providence R. I. George commenced immediately. The locationis
while others under Colonel with his father, returned overland, leaving ; i
he of the General Jackson in 1818 Milton Field Brown's University Prov- beautiful and commands a fine view of
was a side partner youthful cans under or his wife at Osteen for a couple of ,
cigar and news agent. But before between the Americans and Spaniards.A weeks. idence, R. I. ; Professor C. H. Hitchcock, the river and bay. The length of the

Clerk Roberts could be called upon to number of persons viewed the bones, of Dartmouth College, N.H.f with threeof building will be 1,080 feet, and the depth

decide the case the dude had fled, and and some of the latter, particularly the D. T. Sweeney, of Key \"estis havinga his students; Mr. Dearborn, Mr. 1,000. It will be three stories high, of

the next evening he appeared with tailson teeth, were taken away by some of the fine yacht built, to be 35 feet long by Mr. Pringle and Mr. Hull are spendingthe l' Moorish design, and will be lighted by

his coat. more curious. 17 beam. winter at Oak Lodge. electricity.s .




Beige is a favorite color for both day and The Australian market gardeners are being personal: income of the pope is accurately i The State Line Coal company, of East ': What looks to be a pack of flannel phrlc ; !f'-

evening toilets. ruined by Chinese cheap labor. estimated at 1,730,000 annually.W. I Palestine, 0.. has received a wire rope two cards is a new kind of enwiper,which,boV? ;

Tucks are likely to be revived as a garniture There is a proposition to cut a ship canal W. Corcoran sent $1,000 as a Christmas I used miles in long its mines.from Liverpool, England, to be ever, may not find its way to a cle oj*" 'i H w}

for dress skirts. across the instep of Italy's great boot. gift to the Charleston Confederate home i study table. 11

When two fabrics are used on very rich The late Marmaduke Blake Simpson, city i 31. Wilson Guizot, a son of the great historian I! Two citizens of Red Oak, la.,spent nearlya Fancy Ui>::pets made by the plain lojfa. rlia
week for treasures of 0U
princessedresses tne fronts of the corsage are editor of The London Times, leaves an estateof is lecturing in Paris on Edmund | digging a the neighborhood of Bar Harbor are th i*
which fortune teller had told them was
a craze, and are utilized for bonbon
different $020,000. Burke and Milton. i: boxes at 5 rkvi
buried near the city.The ,i cluck teas.
Chine cloths are new. These have dark The chapel in which Wesley preached for The marquis of Lome has determined upon : people of St. Paul are much elated II

colored grounds, with indistinct designs in nearly half a century was recently boughtin a literary life, and has a serial ready for an i over the fact that there are now 2U5?>s5 of German favors are of a more practical end is*"
useful kind than lit.fort'
two or more harmonizing colors. i at auction for 4,500.: English magazine. i I them. This is an increase of almost 100 percent current of ever and indicate a I ee;
common sense forcing its I
A new principle has been devised for cut A horse lately in the hunting field picket Bishop H. AY. Warren, of the Methodist':( in se'enears., fashionable festivity. way into I fix_

ting dresses of checkered materials, thereby up a stone with his fore foot and threw T w Episcopal church, has returned to Mexico bullfights .
The City of levies a tax on .
minimizing the number of seams. against his hind leg and broke the bone. try from the Orient. i Triplicate pincusi"ns have crowded th, fr*
of 15 cent of the
per gross old fashioned fat family out of
Wide fichu collars of plush, that cover the I There will be another attempt to build a Lord Hartington, William E. Gladstone and thus far this season the city treasury has who aiir at sight among ttpeople

shoulders and are pointed in front, are used railroad through the Euphrates valley, notwithstanding and James G. Blaine will be within the borders been enriched $40,000 from this source.A 'grandfather's portrait ancestry shall, and lie insist: that T&

upon short cloth cloaks with pleasing effect. the many previous failures. of Italy before long. i hung in the T
I new train put on the Alton road betweenChicago garret.
When passementerie is used upon black The vice regal council in India has inaugurated Herbert Spencer is at Bournemouth in very i! and Kansas City to rival the "Eli," With so quaint and s

dresses, apple green, cherry red or white I a reform by prohibiting the kill- poor health. The inso?ania which recently { of the Burlington line, is called the "Hum the library many desk or table, one pretty form things for r
silk is often inserted beneath tho gimp, with ing of birds for the ornamentation of ladies afflicted him has returned and he can find mer." It reduces the regular time betweenthe ;, miniature woman's can a maseum cltt
excellent effect costumes. no remedy for it. j or exchange, even cat
two cities by five hours. ,
if there is no inspiration to be drawn fror
Some new black jackets of English manu- Mr. Richard Schultz of the Hamburger ,, It appears that Bismarck has an elder j An Italian at Mansfield, 0., wore a pair of i the exhibition. _ji

facture have heavy cord epaulettes, and Bicycle club rode nearly four miles and A brother who has been under prefect of Mint t very tight shoes two days. The result was For loose: photographs there is ED

tr show a narrow waiscoat of red cloth, bor- half in half an hour upon a unicycle fifty-two gard since 1841, and is about to retire, |' injuries to his feet that were followed by gan- to be a large volumes of : what ar* lx
dered with buttons.A inches in diameter.In 1 aged 77. pears poems. Theta a!E
gold !
: grene, so that he has had his toes and other ''of where the leaves should be slides off, tea fc
new braid is silk soutache, edged with i two London churches actors have been John L. Sullivan, it has been suggested, : parts of both feet amputated in order to save then even the most obtuse can see here ti *

gold or silver. A charming dress of gray I invited to read the lessons for several successive {;j; should oblige his countrymen by making out I his life. put the picture-s. eft 1

striped woolen was decorated with gray I Sundays lately, with great satisfaction a list of English noblemen whom they could I One Taliaferro-not the Confederate gen

braid, edged with silver, laid upon gray I I to the audiences. i safely introduce to their families. Ii i ij eral, however, is the latest inventor of per- :, Newest correspondence cards have a few cei
lines of verse appertaining to letter cf
poult de soie. i Mahmoud the author of I motion He lives in Atlanta and has writing
I During the past seven years more than j Ajelaleddin, anew j petual across the ton, which have been cleverly s: CD
Novel boas are made of ice wool in beige i 200,000 acres in England have gone out of budget scheme for balancing the Turkish already applied for the rewards ofTcred by lected. even if it may be a struggle to search

and gray, the former resembling otter, the :: cultivation. It means a loss of !:300,000,000 1 revenues and expenditures, has been appointed European governments to the discoverer of out all the authors cf f4
latter blue fox. Made of light blue, pink or to the land owners and farmers. 1 minister of finance at Turkey, in I this principle of mechanics.
A paper weight mado of a large ch
cream they arc a pretty and inexpensivewrap piece of Zuhda Pasha. square
The switching engines of the Caledonian : Two gentlemen Norwich, Coaa., have block oi glass, with clock and calendar inthecenter
for the throat in the evening.A railroad in Glasgow are to be provided with : Dr. Evans the Parisian-Arm dentist, j had a match at cribbage together nearly 1 accessible by means of a slide m the to

tailor made costume of fine red serge bad trumpets for signals instead of whistles. The i is cstlmatvtl to be worth about 1;).(()),OOO. every day since Jan. 1, 1S62, playing in that back: is new, and expensive enough not to be o

the entire bodice, from the throat to the I system will also soon be adopted in London. i His magnificent residence is stored with valuables j time nearly 15,000 games One of them is "common"' for a while. br

edge of tho barque, covered with inch wide Recent experiments with thirty-six pound and his library is one of the finest j now twenty of the other, and at ct
shells like what
black braid, tapering at the waist-a very I quick firing guns showed that j private libraries in Paris. no time has either had the advantage by Large straw and
twentytworounds I: : Undine are represented on in chromos, are *
effective and becoming arrangement Mr. Pulitzer of The New York World j more than fifty
could be fired in two minutes and a is i I j gamesI design in waste basket. They are ink tl
Peau de soie is receiving tho attention of i, half. Seventy ponnders are now being suffering with acute inflammation of the i I In Paris there are numerous little trunk : mously mounted, and artificial seaweed and '(

ladies who are purchasing silks. It is firm 1 made. eyes, and is confined to a darkened room I j! shops to which you go to hire a trunk packer grass help on the illusion. i'I

and strong, and adapts itself perfectly to the 1: The English system of naval punishments: 1 One of his eyes is almost useless, and now I j I at two francs or forty cents, an hour to pack
lines of the figure when fitted. It is also very 1 the other has given way. I trunk These i A maid: presumably Holland with water !
is to be revised, and minor offenders, insteac I|I your scientifically. packers are from her shoulders V
pails a yoke on comes in
effective when combined with woolens. of being treated to the cat and sweat box, Not long ago Senator Quay of Pennsylvania I|I artists. They fold up expensive: dresses neatly china and does duty as an ash receiver. She

Dressy black costumes have the skirts com- will now bo punished by fines and stoppage p tossed a senate page a coin for some t t in tissue' paper, and pack away the most deli- : is dainty and fragile enough for speedy dd-

posed of lengthwise rows of cord passemen | of leave. service rendered. The boy examined the i! cute bric-a-brac with the utmost care. struction at the bands of the hired girl.Note I

terie and black velvet sash ribbon. The rib- The famous polo team of the Seventh Hussars <: money and found that it was a $10 gold >1 A driving wheel of a locomotive that was j
s; 't bon, which is seven or eight inches wide, has who came to this country several years piece. He pocketed the coin, and now the i 1! drawing a passenger tram burst recently paper,with actually a yard few long and two t

. inch wide stripes of velvet and repped silk. ago and beat us. have lately met with their '; pages run after Quay: persistently. 1 1! near Milford, Pa. One piece whizzed past thefireman's ': inches inscribed wide, on"just the upper a left words"hand facetiously cor-- *

New cloths border second defeat in India Marshall McMahon of France head and passed, screaming like a
having a woven on one by a native team of ,ex-president : ncr, comes in a box of the same dimensions tI
i edge are used for long cloaks, the border I the Nizam's. 1 Las aged rapidly. His old wounds, often in- i'I shell from a cannon, through the baggage with "Great Scott:'' printed in big letters on,

. being placed in two rows upon tho front and The London Field says that man who can 1 dined to be troublesome, have lately been 1 car the smoking car and a passenger coach i, the cover. I
: tho back. These borders are of contrasting ide with hounds when i i mach more so, and his friends have been re- without doing injury to any jtersou on the i
,, they cover eight or train. The train at the rate of Tulip candlesticks arc new, and, it got f
colors, sometimes showing cashmere designs.A nine miles within an hour "accomplishes I ceiving anything but reassuring news as to was running i l.
a miles hour when the without saying, pretty. They are an admirable -
his condition. His intellectual forty an accident oc-
i arc as
han noted of feat which takes him powers
with shoulder which herd." ; strong as ever.Lieutenant i .
green plush, pieces i 1I
and material and \"erjdlint for thfii
lengthen into hanging sleeves made of green Governor Riddle, of Kansas, i Two little fellows, Sammy and Willie
greatest long distance ride on record is i French dressing table, now quite mdi pen. f
! cloth, heavily braided. The garment was now to the credit of CoL Gatacre. He- went who is looked upon as the probable successorof Baldwin, aged Hand respectively, ; able in milady's boudoir. 1
: fitted closely at the back, and was long from Simla to Umballah i Governor Martin, is one of the finest tenor j walked from Kearney, Mo., recently, to St
miles, in S 1.3 1 t
enough to cover the entire dress. hours with singers in that state. Col. Maple&on, after i Joseph, Mo., to see their mother in the insane If we have forty religions in this country,
three-quarters of hour
an allowedfor
; hearing Riddle sing at c. private reception in asylum, not having seen her for six years. but only one kind of sauce for boiled flab,
Braiding is as one knows fashionable changes, and returned
every very making s ttH miles
I there is infinite in inkstands Loth t
' under St. Louis several years ago, o1'ferhir.l a They: wore afraid to ask their father to let variety ,
: in both wide and narrow braids,and 2- hours. :
I'o>.it.oa at a salary of X500 a week, but tho 'I them go. and walked the entire llX miles. A ornamental and useful Tho display causes I
i in every conceivable design. A novelty in Dr. Gross, of Geneva, has lately experimented oiler was mo.K-s.tly declined.J. i constable went after them and found them the man who only uses the five cent bottle to '
I this line was worked in intricate patterns '
with himself in hanging. His experiments : willing to return, as they had been successful gnaw his finger nails: in sorrow.
. with smooth rat-tail chenille like that so established B. Haggin: better known as "Ben A1PHaggiii
sensations i
! popular in fringe two or three seasons ago. were only warmth find a burning in the : once came near starving while keep- i in their minion. Fashionable extravagance: does not stop at '
ing down tho idle end of a St. Louis law utilizing Chinese four foot vasesforumbrella
Now that plain skirts are preferred to all head ,
i TO SAVE DOCTORS' BILLS. stands, but it is much to he doubted it ;
others much the experiments : office. When he and his cousin; who is tho very
depends perfectionwith
upon i
! which and the junior member of the famous firm of Haggin I : the Pekin manufacturers ever intended them
they are hung
arrangement i Never go to bed with cold or damp feet for such base uses in this The cx-
of their draperies. The highest skill i LITERARY NOTES. | 6; Tevis, went to California they had $500 of II country.
'I of tho dressmaker is often taxed to make the I borrowed money as their sole capital and the Never lean with the back upon' anything ample has been set, however, and that i?

skirt of a heavy cloth costumo stand out I John G. Whittier is enjoying better health experience of two unsuccessful law fledglings I that is cold. 1 enough.

" stylishly at the back without visible support than he has for several :years. i i to guide them. Their wealth is now counted II Never begin a journey until the breakfasthas Two or four shade lamps three lights being

..i j from beneath. ; Statistics are said to show a steady diminu- anywhere between 10,000,000 and$20,000,000. been eaten.Sever considered unlucky by tho superstitious,
IJ George A. Stewart, yachting editor of The I! are the latest for milady's drawing room.
tion ia tho percentage of fiction called for at take warm drinks and then immediately ,
THE LATEST IN JEWELS. I!II the great college libraries of our country. I Boston Glol K?, has become a partner of Edward i':, go out into the cold. and nobody can fail to admire the present
Burgess, the famous yacht designer. styles. They ore intended to stand ou a
Fancy glass plaques have a small clock set :I William D. Howelis WhiteLrsv Reid and i They will make a center board combination | Never omit regular bathing; for unless the pedestal by themselves, and are worthy the
in the center. I'', John Q. A. Ward, the sculptor, are fast as a yacht building partnership. j I'! skin is in regular: condition the cold will close elevated distinction. .
friends well natives i 1 the and favor other disease '
as as of th prolific state 1 pores congestion or -
Ring cases, made of white plush,represent of Ohio. Speaking: of the Rev. C. A. Berry's declij j *'. Christmas tokens and bric-a-brac have
miniature beaver hats. I nation of the call to Plymouth church Henry crowded out actual Christmas cards at last,
The widow of 31. Katkoff, the Russian editor Lubouchtre, of London Truth, remarks: I'j After exerci of any kind never ride in an and the postoffice statement of the great falling -
A casket shaped brooch of gold, set with is preparing for publication of ( pen carriage; or near tho window of a car
enough | ; tells thostory.
"Uruoklyn's loss is our gain. Mr. Berry is : oil in big envelopes this year
opals, has a rich effect. her husband's for moment it is !
newspaper writings to fill a ; dangerous to health or
I eight
j an able advocate of the Gladstone Irish Poetical sentiment was almost exhausted -
A small gold crane, with enameled wings, volumes, comprising 5,000 pages. policy, and it would have been: a pity if he I I even life. and the abandonment of the cards

1' is a new chain pendant. I Gen. John C. Fremont has arrived at Los '! had betaken himself to America." |i When hoarse, speak! as little a? possible !'. seems to have come just at the right time.

Diamond hair pins, jeweled both at point Angeles with his wife and daughter and will History repeats itself. President Grevy I i I until the hoarsened is recovered froiu, eLsa; For the sewing class young ladies there iai

and head, are now fashionable.A I remain there during the winter. He hopesto 'j lost his position in France because he defended j i| the voice may be jwrmanently lost or difficulties -;,i. shown a Ions; strip of wide gnu grain r0-

very new bracelet is a mero thread of I complete the second volume of his memoirs his son-in-law, and now King Kala- i! of the throat be produce.t boa made? with loops and intended to hang at

gold, set with a rough emerald. before spring. kaua's crown is in danger because tho i} Merely warm the back by the fire, and the side of the dress like a sash. At the end

A fashionablo pin of circular form is either The largest: book bound is owned by Queen Hawaiian moiarch is sticking by his brother- l! never continue keeping the back exposed to is a pair of scissors, and under every loop is

set with gems, or heavily chased. Victoria and measures eighteen inches across in-law. He is the wiso ruler who places his I the beat nteit has become comfortably 1'hid either a needle book, spool of thread,

Glove stretchers of oxidized silver are j: the back and weighs thirty pounds. It coni i i relations to the people above his relations by !j v.-arm. To do otherwise is debilitating. emery or some other article used by amateur

being worn as chatelaine pendants. talus the jubilee addresses of congratulation f marriage. !i When going from a warm atmosphere into seaaiatrexy. It is very dainty and pretty.

j j from members of the Primrose league. Sone time ago it was announced that Pauline i I n cooler ono keep the mouth almost closed, so 1 All sorts of unique and pretty things art
Small with diamond
gold monkeys, eyes, i Before Frank R Stockton had become fa- Lucca intended to leave the stage and I I that the air may bo warmed by its passage 1, shown for dinner favors ,animals of silk that
make odd pendants for brooches and chate-
laincs. ;i mous as a story writer he worked as on engraver i devote herself to teaching. This item was |i through the nose vre it reaches the lungs. hide bottles of perfume, college caps that are

' in a Broadway, New York::, house i contradicted, but it now appears that Lucca Never standstill! in cold weather, especially pincushions imitation soda crackers that are

' to Boxing gloves of oxidized silver are out as His stylo of work in this department of art has been teaching for some time, for a pupilof I after having taken a slight degree; of exercise sachets, and so on to the end of a long and

I I watch chain pendants for the sporting fra was fine and clear, daintier, indeed, than '! hers,a young Swedish baritone, recentlysang and always avoid standing on ice or .. clever chapter. Tho prettiest goods in this

-I! ternity. strong. on trial at the Imperial olY.raat Vienna I snow, where tho person is exposed to the gastronomic line this season come from V i*

..1, An oxidized silver scarf pin, in the form of Tho famous historian, Mommesen, celo-i l with great success I i cold wind.Keep cans, although Paris makes her usual cootributioas. -

t a miniature ear of corn, is an appetizing Prater his TOth birthday some weeks ago. Ho ,I Judge: Turpie( of Indiana, is not pleased the back, especially between the .

novelty.A is a familiar figure on the streets of Berlin. with his position as United States senator I shoulder blades, well coveredalo tho chest !

unique brooch is a small gold fish, with Ho walks along rapidly with his eyes on tho |: In fact, he has been rather bored by his senatorial well protected. In sleeping: ia a cold room RELIGIOUS GLEANINGS.

diamond eyes, suspended from a bar pin by a ground, and pays no attention fo those who experience thus far. He is a student establish the habit of breathing through the

gold hook. salute him. and dislikes notoriety. He said frankly to a I nose and never with tho open mouth.-New j: Iu Ceylon many high class Buddhists have

Aminaturc pick ax, which serves as a It is stated that Mr. Ruskin's profits from friend a f.'w days ago that Lie did not like the I York Mail and Express.; | joined the Salvation Army, and two stations

scarf pin, is made of gold and has a diamondset his books amounted last year to !:4,000. No senate and was sorry that he had ever allowed I have been formed.Congregationalisin.

in each point. fewer than 2,122 copies of "Sesaaio and himself to become a member of that I SAID BY BRIGHT MEN. I is gaining in Washing-

An odd scarf pin is in the form of a small Lilies" were sold during 1SSG, and's body. 6 i ton, there: being now six churches where sU

gold chair, with an oxidized silver parrot I profits from the new edition of "Stones ofVenice" Maj. Rathbcne, United States consul! general I The hypocrite: would not put on the appearance years ago there was but one.

.t. lurched upon tho back.A eXl.'E'Cdl'dl:1GOO.: Rt Pari, has gained great popularity at cf virtueif it was not thomot The opposition of tho Turkish government

new fashion for bridesmaids is to carry I the French capital By a strange coincidence proper means to gain love.-Addison. to the mission schools in Palestine has cul-
and silver I PLAYS AND ACTORS. ': Le and United States 1 minated in order from Constantinople forbidding
1 stick
an ebony walking to whichis The characters of men placed in lower sta- ta
fastened a bouquet.A are lioth graduates of West P.);a'. I the attendance of Moslems, and ont
tions of life( are more useful as being imitable
II The dove eyed Perugini has been j entered the after
engaged same regiment sending '
p '
J* | numbers. father has been thrown into prison for
pencil that is favor watch by great -Atterbury.
gaining as a to sing with Carl Rosa in England. I anti now find themselves, after tv.-< his child school
chain pendant, represents a miniature watermelon Emma Abbott has purchased a block of of separation, colleagues in P.v: To secure a contented spirit, measure your 1

j exqusitely enameled. buildings ia Denver, Colo., for $70,000. both married southern women. desires by your fortunes, not your fortunesby The Baptist mission in the Shantung prov-of

Tiny daggers of Roman gold, the sheaths A dramatization of I boi. entertains handsomely in Pu: your desires.-Jeremy Taylor. ace, China, has in the single district
being set with diamonds and rubies, are "She, William A. ; shown n great deal of social ta : God overrules all mutinous accidents i' ( in -cbeu Fu fifty-five churches, all being
Brady been produced at Los ,
quite in favor for gift lace pins. CaL Angeles, began his consulship.Tlowitz brings; them under his laws of fate, and : ;self-supporting; ministered to by themselvf five na'isePastors *

In place of the silver chatelaine girdles, so the famous continental corix- makes them all serviceable to his purpose.- and teachers, maintaining
I A rumor H afloat that Roo Co;;hlan and entirely, and not drawing any of their snj*
: popular during the Fuimer girdles of fur Fpo-ucnt of The London Times, has been in Antonius.
I her brother Charles will run a theatre of port from the funds of the society.
with silver attachments are seen. their low :ii-it" of late, owing to the death of a: Humility in man consists not in denyingany I
own next: : season in New York. ;
t Odd, at least, is a natural turkey's claw, i favcrTe: dojr.; The dog was his companionfor gift that is in him, but a ju valuation P..cC.. W. Kilbon, of the Zulu mission,

used as a brooch, and having on the end a .I Mr. William Anderson, who for five years y.fir', cad was, says Blowitz, "a source of it; rather thinking too meanly than too has been in this country about two years,pro*
silver cap, in which a diamond is set was a leading character actor in Lotta.I cf literary inspiration to me."' Thro arotWse hi )"'.-Ray. 1 paring a hymn and tune book in the native
I I company, has been engaged to fill the place language which is ready for shipment
'\ who say, however, that it woiJd IMJ a now
New photograph holders, a little larger ma vacant by the sudden death I dislike an eye that twinkles like a star. to
of John
i much greater loss to Blowitz's literary fertility It includes about 2W: hymns, and owing
than a silver dollar, show very pretty: com- Howsoa. Those only are beautiful which, like planets
should he be of the the peculiarity of tho language both hymnsand
deprived services of
bination of violets and silver have lambent
tracery. I It is stated that when Henry Irving plays Alger, his private secretaryAlger is a but a steady, light-are luminous, takes have had to be largely reconstructed. -
A novelty in onyx earrings is a small shoe "Don Quixote1 John L. Tool will sparklinb.Longfellow.Let .
i appear as short, thin, red haired man, possessed of remarkable
t with diamonds set in the too and rows up tho (i I Sancho Pane: It is also understood that energy. It has been whisperedthat not your recreations be lavish spendersof : As instance the edo-

I sides to represent the tip an J tho buttons.A j Mr. Irving will by and by effect a revival without Al;;er Blowitz would have dif 3- your time, but choose such as are health- cated an classes in India of inquiry,it is stated among that in Cap

recent idea in after dinner coffee sets i 1 Shakespeare's "Richard II." culty in niuiutaimng his present reputation.The ful, recreative and apt to refresh you: but at cutta a well known Brahmin recently called

.' is to have the bodies of the pieces in repousso |I The managers of the New York Bijou no hand dwell upon them.-Jeremy Taylor. on Dr. Baur.unnho, in tho course of conversation -

f. work and tho necks cr upper parts engravedby j theatre have printed the receipts of'Adonis."' JJc,
hand.A The first year the burlesque drew 221,000 What is your father. Nellie )McGlue which now usurps the name; that trivial, read our Bible. The man looked at him and

new and odd bracelet simulates a gold "j and the second year 13,000. Of this sum ?Iy fath 'r's a furrier sir, to you. vanishing, superficial thing that only gilds then slowly replied: "I have read the NeW

cable, ending in small diamonds, betwixt the proprietors of the theatre received about And what is your father. Bessy McQuade! the apprehensions and plays upon the surfaceof 1 Testament eijhty-threo times and the IW

which appear either an uncut ruby, a carbuncle I Sinn fiyKansas) My father's a plumber, sir, she said. the soul-South.. ': Testament "
\ cat's Jewelers' ; And yours little girl, with the golden hair?
or a eye Weekly. Irresolution is a worse vice than rashness.He .
Me fadder makes
chocolate candies sare. '
I I iislne.s h Ir.'c''e What is your father, Mary O'Xtrill* that shoots best may sometimes miss the An Affliction Tamed to Account.

.\ Concise 1.ttMm. City Physician (in uj'per wirlo?) He deals in the market, sir. in veal. mark, but he that shoots not at all can never I Omaha Man-How are you getting alan'

Inquiring Father Wliat I'se like ter know, Who's that I can't go out in the rw'riwe Now, Sarah Mulligan, why so mute? hit it Irresolution loosens all the joints of a I with Volapuk, the new universal language

yo' onery child, is how yo's able torcigahs smcrnk of a night like this, even to save life! You're the gentlest girl in the institute. state; like an ague, it shakes not this nor that I Cooled Enthusiast-I have given it up.nend

when yo' ole fadder kin only wcl hi Stranger hear you've got n corner lot VThat does your father Furcly, dear limb, but all the body is at once in a fit The "You have Why, I heard your [ n
for sale, and I want to see it lIe must be a handsome muleteer. irresolute man is lifted from one place to another Blinks was making wonderful progress :
Forward Son-I'so ain't got no fluTuuppo't t: Physician stay right where you rrc. 11} I 1 I Me He's fadder's a middle at web home;:ht in champion his little,bed Sarah said. so hatcheth nothing, but addles all his professor says his pronunciation"perfect"

-Judge. bo down in a minute:New York 8a.i. -X.w You Morniiu actions.-Felltbam. "Yes, Blinks has the catarrh. -

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E. P. Hammond is holdin:; her twenty years of married life I i i ,
Southern California.A :Mrs.: John Guest, of Wichita, Kan., has pre- A granddaughter of
Jngs Boston Mamma You
in mustn't
II I speak of 1
flourishing business with
: sented her husband with children. i a
Scotch Presbyterian church,erected : (legs, Flossie, when wo have company. It isn't f \. r.
new She has twice given birth to twins and I l
onceto The Empress Eugenie .
dedicated I
fUr Peter Coats, has just been I. polite. Flossie-What should I say, rn.iTimat
bY triplets.The health and now talks j Irumsticfci."'-New York Sun. le .
In Algiers. store of a man named Windley, at Holy Land. j )
have been 1,500 conversions since Father-Come, Bobby, you are all tired i k
There Hunter's Bridge, N. C.
was plundered by
the Mosquito coast, in Central America Miss Anna Dickinson, : rat; ; so hurry off to bed. Bobby, with a slow t
on ho informed his
1"-1 burglars rECently.hcn
to the labors of Moravian missionaries nearly a year, is slowly i and reluctant JJlo\"ement-Pa, you oughtn't r Ii,
,due wife of the fact she fainted and died before
shortly go south. j jMrs. to tell a boy to hurry up when he's all tire I
she could be restored to consciousness :
actors have been i' DUt.-Philadelphia North American. I t ;
churches Mackay presented:
London .I
struck basket of in farmyard ,
In two Lightning a eggs; ; a : ; I
i rited to rea l the lessons for several successive near Meriden, Miss., not long ego; and : Cairns, who is a Jewess by | When littlvj Meg saw picture Christian 1', ,
Sundays lately, with great satisfac- a man who witnessed: the descent of the electric -j I and ruby aigrette brooch. i with the burden ou his back, she looked at it !10 4 I,

tion to the audiences. fluid solemnly declared that it hatchedout Queen Victoria, having : I : :3urioaly for a minute and then asked r .\

Rev Dr. Arthur Little, of Chicago, has chickens from several of the eggs. write her name in a Bible i : "Mamnia, what makes the manny wear hit \

beep designated to preach the annual sermonat There is a man in the Kansas penitentiarywho for the colonies, and to i I bustle s*> high up en his lack."-BostonTranscript. l t

the next years meeting of the American beginning with a term at Sing Sing Scripture selected the ;, : .
jlissionary association at Providence, II. I. years ago, has served his time in regular succession peace, good will toward I ;: : A tiny nephew once heard his dearly beloved : I" ;
t "I
of the old brick church at in the of New York maiden aunt called an "old luaid
The restoration penitentiaries I It is remembered of J '
Snithfleld, Va., supposed to be the oldest Pennsylvania, Ohio, Michigan, Indiana, Illinois I i disliked flattery. When the i Tho child's: elaer brothers and sisters were ', '' "
is nearly completed Thochurch and Kansas. :: ; : telling "what they were going to hr" ono day
church Virginia, : | made a bust of her she was y
built in lG3:?, and used continu- I i : ; soon afterward, and little pn-coeity astonished L" ;
was with it.I she said
A darky applied to the county clerk at am, ,
; everybody in the room by saying
centuries.By I i I 1 ,
for two Sued and have i i
ously Smithville, Ga. recently for a marriage you ma :
i ; earnestly that he was going to be an "olu t'l'l' '
of Societies of Christian Englishwoman. I Ii j
formation li.eIlLut informed that it would
the on being
maid like auntie 'C:1Uh, made
I : everybody ,;
a.lcavor from among: the young i-eople of cost 81.75 he departed without one, saying i| A young woman of I' I iood."Kingston Freeman. I 'tt !(
localities in Sew England, a number of that "he wasn't in any hurry, nohow, and ho set the fashion of "
churches in rural districts have | A sturdy little chap, some 7 years old, ha: I
most dead guessed they it be cheaper after a while ; lined with crimson
i gown, '
and have Income stronger than : I a tantrum one day last week,and his mother, f' 1 1in
been Fanner Liesman, who found a spring on and has gained several I i order to mark her displeasure and impress I;

ever before. his farm near Holland, Mich., that will make i I now trying to lead off "it! it upon him, left him by himself and went to '

William Reed, of Pittsburg, Pa., tho eccentric I I hair grow on most anything, has sold the cow ;1 front and white cravat. !' her own room. He followed her as far as the I." L '

locator of oil and minerals by mean and calf on which he ha-l raised long; whiskers -!!, Rose Elizabeth 1 boor, and, attar she had j aNed in, closed it tf i
of divining: rods, who was drowned recentlyon to a Chicago museum for 1,300. He most acceptable teacher I somewhat emphatically. Then he went to his it : ,

the New Jersey coast, left tho greater will ship some of the water to the animals j popular with her pupils at I play. Half an hour later ho returned, opened I' : ,

part of his estate of 230,000 for. the benefitof each: week.A I j ink;: school in New York, the door softly and looked in. His mother \I

students for the ministry, struggling mill in Carlton, :Mich., recently burned, !| ancc they have h.>come I caught his eye and could not repress a sniiK !;; a e

churches and missions. and during tho entire conflagration the big : torical studies undertaken. "There he said, "I knew you'd get over it. P t
Ei-Minister Taylor, who recently returnedto engine ran steadily, and so in some way was I In a Spanish Now )-ouare my own dear mamma again."- } ',' !
America from Liberia, in speaking of ': saved from destruction. The working of tho I newspaper, Boston Herald. "

missionary work in Africa, said recently: "I i! engine kept the pumps going, so the boilers :;! zas ment, Cuba: 'Photographs, appears the of I Little Nellie, of West End, was in an avenue
boarded with a civilized man who had three 1 were kept supplied with water and there was i
I[ woman in the world- store :yesterday with her mother, and she'
children and a wife. The man belonged to i no explosion. i j de Cleveland, the lady of I was greatly pleased with tho Christmas array

one church, the wife to another and each of i A drunken laborer named John Davies, at i 1 the idol of 00.000.000 of i I I: of dolls. "Mamma," she said, "I want a N

the three children to a different one. W'hyl'Oh Dowlais, England,on his way home lay down the president of the United baby." "Very well, Nellie," replied th.

,'he said, 'when tho societies send over beside the railroad track so close to the rails j the 'El Rayo Verde' ci ; mother, "you shall have one," and Nellie 1

good things we can get some of alL' That that, a train coming along, the engine run soon had one in her arms, but she was not
father had only one regret, and that is that over and cut off the heel of his boot. When I[i The wife of Do" M. : satisfied and still hung about the doll display.Finally .
he had no more children." i postmaster general' is a half in fear and half in W
the train stopped and backed up the man was hope,
I tall with auburn
I still asleep, and was indignant at being made j hair, I I whispered: "Mamma, I'd like to havo twins."

DOGS THAT KNOW SOMETHING. J to get up and go home. large dark eyes. She has i Washington i Critic.SENATORS .
in Detroit
i popular and has I It
A Montana paper recently contained this 1 I figure in the social life of
R. M. Frazier, of Raleigh, N. C., lost a fine remarkable notice: "Mr. Charles Johnson i extremely affable, and has i AND EX-SENATORS. '

bird dog. Twenty-five days afterward the I and Miss Fannie West were married by Rev I nit}". She is considerably
animal was found in an old pit. still alive, S. Hills on Wednesday. So far no trouble husband. John Sherman is said to be worth X1,500; .. ,

but so weak he could hardly stand has resulted, and those best informed as to 000.Senators

The mail carrier between Calico, CaL and the situation say there will be none." Tho j CREATION'S Stanford, of California, and

Bismarck is a dog. The mail is fastenedabout next day the editor apologized and explainedthat Stockbridge, of Michigan, turn over all theirsalaries

his neck. In the last three years he part of an item regarding an incipient | The largest cow in to the clerks of their committees.

has missed lost letter. strike had in the place. Stewart of Nevada when in the
never a trip nor a got wrong i Cass county. She stands G Senator ,

An Irish terrier belonging to George Gaskin George Frey, of Oil City, Pa., wrote a let ; shoulders, and, though I j I senate before, was ono of the most libenu '

,of Babbacombe Belch, England,watchesfor I ter to his brother in Michigan a few nights l, 00 pounds. I : : entertainers Washington.. His fortune wa.

mackerel from a high bluff near tho ago, and after sealing it he happened to i j The weatherwise of ) I' much larger then than it is now, yet be-

hotel, and barks and points when a school I glance at the clock. It had stopped at 945. rent capture of an I I spends money with the same freedom that '

appears.A Mr. Frey set the clock from his watch, and i I Fish Point presages an I characterized him then. i.

pug and a Newfoundland dog belonging the sound of the ticking seemed to him i bird measured 0 feet from J Ex-Senator Dorsey, Senator Windom and ,
New strangely like a low voice calling out: "I'm : Jesse R. Grant are at tho head of a great
to a Jersey gentlemen were seen to halt A handsome buck
before a brook. Tho big dog took to tho gone, I'm gone." In the morning Mr. Frey ; Rock was i syndicate which has purchased tho Moore-

water, but the pug refused to do so. Tho received a telegram: announcing his brother'sdeath Springs had Ky., which Benjamin iron mines in the Gogebic range,

Newfoundland: then persuaded tho pug to get and a subsequent letter contained the I years hunters of been the a target in Wisconsin. The price paid for the mince ,
information that he died at 1>:45 and that his n and surrounding lands was more than $iy '
upon his back, but he slid off when half way 175 pounds and his antlers
across, when tho big dos yanked him out last words were: I'm gone! I size. 000,000.

and set him on tho opposite bank. Since i
then the pug: has carried out of tho house to SOME QUEER MISHAPS. I II In many portions of Her Now Year's Gift.

tho Newfoundland tho choicest bits of his I Wyoming the rabbits are i remember, I remember,

food,and he seems to enjoy seeing the big William Merritt' of Newark, lost the catf they are becoming almost The slippers; blue and white,
dog cat them. of his leg by the accidental discharge of his I !as in Australia. The Embroidered o'er with roses,
while hunting in the Berkshire woods. ranch are giving boys please"I, 31ot.t: uauaturallr bright.
Charles Roby, of Nelson county, Ky., has gun I killing them, and some of I Clchl'ar my w fe presents them
a hound so old that he is almost totally blind.In Patrick Hannon, of Springfield, :Mass.: 11'1 much as $5 each per day. And thank her with a smile,

play recently some children placed upon his years of age, must do without his right ire fed to hogs to fatten V1iie inwardly I wonder
nose a pair of spectacles with a powerful in future. Ho was shooting ducks when his I I If she bought them with my pile. I I

lens. Instantly, according to tho story, the gun burst, and the fingers of that hand went I Levi Campbell, of : _Texas Sittings.
bear and bear
dog began to romp as in his young days.Next flying after the game. trap a got y
the trap a good distance I Good Family Clock. t
the fastened Raddou Court Latch- i
day spectacles were securely Capt. Reynolds, of ,
1 in a log. Then Levi came Omaha Jeweler-Here,sir, is a clock which
before his and when the his life his exploding -
eyes, dogs ford, England, lost by gun t
bear with an axe. The I will, I think, please your esthetic tastes. At
were called for the chase ho was in the lead. as he was climbing a fence. The I'
denly, wrenched the trap I precisely 10 o'clock every evening a chime of l
Now when the glasses are removed he whines, charge shattered his loft knee, and amputation -
I I and was in a fair way to bells ring and a bird hops out and sings a i I
and replaced ho shows the greatest joy when they are did not save him. 1 when his dog pitched. in caroL

James Evauson came Washington, N. bear's attention until ; Omaha Man-I will tako that if you will

C., from the country to buy an ax. While self away. make a few changes in it.
SPORTING AND ATHLETIC. i departing from the store with his purchasehe "With pleasure.
Justice Jaunasch, of !
dropped it and it fell on his right foot, "I have a daughter and I wish the clock for ,
Haalan rows Trickett on May 9. h.a parrot that he
completely severing the second toe.Miss weight in silver. On five I the parlor where she entertains her company.Fix '

Reddy Gallagher, of Cleveland, is about to Catherine Simonds, who lived near this intelligent bird I it so that at 11 o'clock at night a milk-4

locate in Canton, 0., and manage a road Reading, England: lost her life while hunt- I oeing burglarized. The I man's bell will ring and a newsboy will skip

house for Gus Wilson, the horseman. ing. Her horse stumbled in a rabbit hole, I recent night. The I out end yell: 'Morning papers.OmahaWorld.

Daring: Sullivan's trip to Europe ho has Miss Simonds foil and her horse kicked out fastened, but when he _

donned tho "mitts" for seventy-two minutes her brains before she could be rescued. I asked, in a stern and She Missed It.

the and labor.his pocketbook is enriched by .ttJ.1 for With his hand hanging in shreds, William i there! What's the : : They met: ho r-roposod; but she scouted tho

Erwin, of Morris Plains, N. J., walked to a iidnt answer, but fell thou:

Jack Dempsey says ho considers John 1... hospital, where the wounded member wasnmrmtftted. I.desperate effort to get I With jjci Donate ardor his words they were ..\
Sullivan"very foolish to waste his time with He had been hunting rabbits, I fruit .',.
"' -"-- --- -- f
Mitchell, whom ho will knock out with a and& his gun was prematurely discharged.John She that again he would fall on his knee

tingle articles blow" if ever they meet according to and Cyrus Mark, of Pueblo, Colo., POLITICAL And madly implore But he her was to smile too eYeTiJ.Bits.on his plea- :

went duck shooting, and, seeing a flock, were It costs the United .
Hamilton,the American jumper, who wentto creeping upon them through tho brush. Cyrus to carry on the war of A Pointer for Merchant .

England with the Wild West show,has was just behind his brother. His gun date.-Chicago News. First Merchant-Tho lady in charge of t't.

been matched to jump for $1,000 against J. caught in tho brush and was discharged, and There are seven department must be a treasure. I never
Darby,the English champion. Two matches fell dead having received the contents
1till be John lieved, would like to saw more perfect breeding and refinement. 1', '
contested the first ten consecutive
in his back. Two of them are How in the world did you get her
forward '
jumps and the second two standing I 't'
jumps James Loveless, a railroad section boss, and Crisp. Second 1rcbant-Ad\"ertised ia Tho Daily ;i
; trials with
the Pern- '
railroad bicycle on
was riding on a The who want j ctrupoli.i. /
Jack Burke, who is now in training in Australia berton and Seashore railroad, when he was ident in people lS''j: will have | F. M.-I advertised ia that paper for a ,
for his match with Foley, to take place overtaken by an extra train, consisting of an I swell saleslady la..t'C:. <'k and got nothing but a lot ,
Bob will not help
Jan 21,has cabled from Sydney a challenge engine and Superintendent: Banuard's special (, Inter Ocean. I of creatures would not have in my kitchen.

Mitchell to fight with bare knuckles,under car, and his: machine run down. He was I S. :M.-Better try my plan. I advertised j
w new rules of the London prize ring, or he killed outright. j The St. Louis ( ) I I for a saIeswoC1an.-Tid.Bits. '
rill meet Mitchell with gloves, according toMarquis I tho meeting of congress I

of Queensberry rules, within six BASEBALL TALK. I or Nov. 1 at the latest, I A Weary Journey.
tomtits, either match to be for $3,500 a side. absurd to continue an ,I '
; Tramp-Madam, can you kindly assist a
Burke furthermore says ho will fight in England Healy says he will not pitch for Indianapolis sions which crowds all j I I' poor man, who has a long; and wearisome

if allowed SoOO for expenses. next year. sessions which tho into members the last ) (i journey before him i if

Kelly's work in right field is pronouncedthe makes miserable i \\-oman-W, I dunno. Where are you
i often a '
TRACK TALK. finest ever seen in San Francisco. I' session." f I going-to some far off graveyard ,

McLean, of Philadelphia, is mentioned I Trampo, madam, I am oa ray way to ,?
The sixty horses tho colors of Billy Florida for the winter.-The
,, that raced in as one of tho probable League umpire* GASTRONO "l I Epoch.
*II01.r- J..B. llaggin lost season earned a total of next year. I i (
I The Lei'on of Winter.
pitcher, tho superior, ; The { )
)Ir. Michael Mullane a great shooting reason TLj: now the festive skater
has had
Dwyer a pleasant add of who has twirled a bail i states, which means "ice
: Europe, one Potn cut the figure a.AuJ .
: lie will several
purchase year-
Francisco CalL I "
"P at Lexington in in this state.-San I game. I hinpvtb homeward later,
sir May. Capt. Anson says he is willing to concede I. Ice cream in the I Stiff limbed and Ll..L.km1l blue.
ern turf Pierre Lorillard, Jr., will try hard to that Caruthers is Clarkson's superior outside ;I blocks, such as the I I -New Haven News
honors during the coming season. such ball as latest.Anglomaniaes.
Ria of the box, "but he can't pitch I
torses will bo seen at all the legitimate TAw Ashes of Lon
race Clarkson. are the
takes I :=i. "All is over between us, Mr. Sampson,**she
Dave Foutz's American
anr plum
California exchanges) ,
*Capt Sam Drown, of Pittsburg, hopes to has commenced to draw up as Charlej : pOrtl i said,cr-ldly. "The presents you" have given
\"e Blue will be returned to-niorrow.
tho Brooklyn me
Wing for
ready did and it is probably lost, as fat
: Game that
JW Club handicap. Blue Wing will be Sweeney's I requires He stood tlttre proudly, but hU t l"81l3
Ahorse to beat. as good pitching is concerned. "salmi" is usually the I a ashen. ,

California Official expressions from both the Philadelphia -, pleasure of eating. I ; "Everything hall be returned," the wenton
will have a strong contingent
horses and Athletic clubs indicate that twenty. ; Frozen food of any i ,with a queenly sweep of her rou:1I1.r.rI:1,
t:1. and in the east this year. Tho five cents will continue to be tho price of admission 'I diners agree, is an i- i "with the exception, of COUTJC, of the caramels -
Haggin stables will of course,
*the most formidable. to ball games in the Quaker City. I! particularly true of fish. I ( and the ice cream."

A'0. Toronto will have a great nine next season.despite One of the Parisian And thus they parteJ.-Xew York Sun, ;
McCampbell, of Louisville, who has of several players. : I
the departure hangs out a placard
r0*>successful eastern well as west- J I
Iru on as will have Decker, Co and r. f.; Old buckwheat du I' It
race tracks, claims the name of Gladaga They iI t Why She Detained 111m.I .
Atkinson Cashman.!
and r. f.; leads the I
J? his 2-year-old filly by Onondaga-Glad- fielder, c. lb. Kearns, 2b.; Rickley,3bi I procession. i i da I Brother Claude Waiting to see Ethel!
Hartnett, ; i -
of the
p.; At some
sent card
j I Young Somerby-Yes; up my
.. McLaughlin, s. e!. and captain; Burke, L f.:, parties in London .- I some time ago.

Lally c. f. and p.; Connors r. f. I I served with lettuce,and I I "Well, she aint in."

dot- A tomed to Wearing tup I beyond the domestic I "Why am I kept waiting then?" 3.

(to new nurse-Wby, Mary, A Good TL*:rml. I Consomme in cups : : : "I heard mamma say she expected tho new

1rbere it the cap I gave you last night Just tack this legem;: on j..<*. ,'.vr was a novelty to one of I "* I minister every minute, and you looked so
1 e"Nuno-lt's up sthaiw. mum; an' divil For those who'rv loin it.-, urI: it: I called the waiter oa well with the rest of the things in tho parlorthe

It t tf slape did Ol get wid tho starch in "Pleas*take this door 2>.10):1'; Wl:11- "three lumps of sugar wanted to keep you.-Boston: Transcript.THE .
.' Yo Sun. Aa far as you can do it. -.l.J Hit*.

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" THE FLORIDA STAR. On motion it was ordered that the speak. Her father-in-law cried out to I i Bucklen's Arnica Salve. : MALABAR CIGAR FACTORY

tax of E. E, Hill on assessment for the I the men not to shoot, as it was Jane. I The best salve in the world for cuts, II. C.
PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. I j bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever Starck. Proprietor
year 18S7 be reduced $1.000, being an I She told what had happened. Some of | hands chilblains
tetter chapped ,
sores, ,
over assessment to that anlount. them carried her to the station and some !iI and all skin and : Manufacturer of fine Havana and Do.
ELLIS B. WAGER Editor ant Pu lisllcr. 1 I corns eruptions, positively -I I j I! l -tic Ci_ar Trade supplied with
The following: bills were audited and went to the house, but too late to get ; cures piles, or no pay required j hand made goods. Order fine

$1.5O per Annum. ordered paid : 11 out the remains of her husband. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction -i j Factory at Malabar. Fla.oooBiiddedTreesForl. promptly fill 0

C. H. Bolton $0.25; A.: H. Trafford. After she was well an Englishman persuaded J or money refunded. Price 25 cents :
I Entered at the Pot Office at Titutrillea* per box. For sale by all drug stores: in j
Second-ClaM Matter. 1.25: C. II. Nauman: 12.00: Chas. Hammond I I her to go to Washington to get a j Titusville and on Indian River. iJ SaleAt e

: I I 12.0k E. W. Hall. 150.00 Robert pension, and she was exhibited. Her i j Low Prices.

, .\ SQUAc.I one inch In space; 24 squares Morrow, GOO: J. S. Bell 3.40 James E. likeness was taken and hung in the Cap-

l make a column. Bowman 10.00; J. F. Bell, S-70. itol. The Englishman ran off with all 60,000 in Nursery.
of the Editor to W. H.
Foradvertisinjr rates enquire Apply SHARPE,
alwaysenclosing two cent stamp. Twenty-five wild cat scalps and one the money. She returned to Savannah i
I where she had sister and afterwards < J> CQ {3-0 1 City Point, Fix
panther were reported for bounty, aggregating ; a ,
0 ..., g p P ; -
: THE STAR is the OFFICIAL newspaper : the sum of $C0.00. she married a man named Matha, who tiv o a -
; for IJrevard count}. ** tr P HJ-I X...tL ::\IX'S
. Whereas it appears that the scalp was stabbed years afterwards by a crazy i i "t >

bounties and died in Savannah. Mr Math- S S 9
paid by this Board up to date man NEWSPAPER SUBSCRIPTION
nuyb r tInt!nn"Ie at tka. c1
THIS PAPER; K RoweU Co's, Newspaper has stimulated persons from other coun- as then returned to Florida where she c.cq c+ 0. 0
where*d mtstna
Trtl JiurBuiaa(10SpraceSt.t. < 0
I WIltncta may Le lJW10 for l'IS NEW 10K.j ties in had brother and sisters 0 t-i 0JQ THE IIOXEEU.E l'Y.
__ to hunt Brevard as a businessand one two living t IIj
u__ __ ____ mJQ
that it is calculated to encourage; one of whom is my wife. ( 0CD For term and sample copies addressCHAS.H.NAUMAN
The Star has the Largest circulationof c+ ""
neglect: of more useful pursuits at homeLy The Indians frequently came to my H_ 0 ,
of any paper on the East coast of Fla. I )
our own citizens, house, and she said she recognized one of i J+ tdCD tj < t-i 0 0 llaulover P. O., Brevard county, Fla.

I And whereas the them the chief Tomauam the
l4, YOLt.SI.count) now boasts of thirteen monthly amount of I as being J
newspapers. It will be rather strange if bounties paid is assuming: a proportion one who led her towards the door. She I hi I FOR S1L.E.

some of the coming hot summer monthdon't calculated to embarrass the county fin never would have anything to say to I c+ 8. U2 d0O (tJ Land on Banana River in quantitiesto

' ances when it is considered that suchan them and said it made her sick to look I suit.
of their ink fountains.
dry up some
a expense was unlooked for and not at them. The Indians would talk and 8 CD c+ House and Lot in Titusville.

1. KlssnUIEE has been elected the per- provided against: by unnecessary tax assessments point to her as though they recognizedher. I :S. 0 t-i CDc.cq ...... CDCD Young Oranges sizes and prices, ia

manent county seat of Osceola county. : and collections, I jS j 0 m quantity. Sour Stock.

! As KUsiramee has about two-thirds of And whereas it is probable that wildcats Mrs. Jane Matha died in 1874, and is i j '" en CD ...... Four Sail Boats of di1I' rent capacities.One .

' i{ the entire vote of Osceola county, as recently are better endured than spared because buried in the cemetery of Fort Ogden. !' : + ...... Ducking Boat.

published, there was no necessity of their destruction of rabbits, "Peace to her ashes." to- -<1 0 o 0 enen t ALSO, .

y of voting only as a matter of legal form. rats, reptiles vermin and other enemies FORT OGDEX, FLA., Dec. 15, 1887. ey CD S: "c+ iE. I IO BOATS, to Let by day or longer: term.

t! & to vegetation in a warm climate like ours, en. CD F j I Iti '. Enquire of
Ft TilE Florida Railway and a'igationCompany's ate'that t-i 1' D. WESSON.Tituville .
The Equator deal of
Therefore, resolved that from and after a great c+ .
Jan. 1, 'v".
railway was sold at forced is done at West. 0&K P
smuggling Key
this date no more bounties be paid td
{ sale last Monday to Mr. W. Bayard Cutting I (JQ S
for wild cat scalps by this Board, and GenEral"illiam M. Ledwith, chair- ...... I.Ij :r..6.e-VrS:
for $1,200,000. He to buy t-i +
expect further that this order be published in I man of the Republican State Central c+ c-+- c t-I 0
i the remainder of the road and establish o 0 0 nCARDS.
{ the county newspaper for four week Committee, ha issued a call to the members en t .......
:\Ianthought the HOTEL
( a new company. Ordered Feb. Cth in open Board. of his committee to meet in Jacksonville P B H !
Plant system were intending to make : r"en P HJHj to- I ,
Whereas it appears that no person inJustice on Wednesday, February 22nd. 4CD
this but not Plant Ps I COAOA. DL\ RIVER, FLA
purchase, : a representative -
district No1 (LaGrange) has The meeting is called for' the purpose of tCD tj

: was present" at the sale. The accepted the office of Justice of the fixing a date for a convention to elect ? P CD r< c.cq p., Nearly Fnrun-heJ Rooms (Joo\l
XeicIIerald thinks Jacksonville's interests
Peace, and Whereas it i is deemed neces- delegates to the national convention, Terms 2 Day.
would have been enhanced if the per
sary that said district should not be which meets at Chicago on June H). The :
Plant system had bought it, instead of Spt-cial rates by the week or month.
without a Justice, I call, also, urges the Republicans of the

i Mr. Cutting, as the past policy of the Be it resolved that district No. 1 and newly-formed counties to organize and \\.M. JAKVIS, I'ron'r.
road has been to make its terminus at I'
district No. 2 be consolidated into one appoint delegates to represent them at .
The Xearcat House to titiainboat 1.iuolin .
Fernandina. It rather for- !
4 may prove a _
. Justice district: and be designated; as the proposed committee meeting. The

I \ ; tunate occurrence for the people of Justice district No. ". and No. 1 as ai State committee i is composed of one dele L. A. GINGRAS,
Florida that )Ir. Mutual BenefitSOCIETY
though, Cutting purchased Security
plied to Justice districts be stricken gate from each county. i

.. it. from the list. The Board then adjourned I AffY-AT-LAW: AND NOTARY PUBLIC I

IK a letter to Congress, the Secretaryof until next regular meet inn ::. CORItES1'ONIIACE.NEW Rock Ledge, Florida. ,I
War has spoken favorably of a surveyof I

the channel of Indian River from the .\ Incident of the War with LONDON, Or., Jan. 24th, 1SSS. J. A. McCRORY, OF

llaulover to Gilbert's Bar. We hope the Semliioles. To the Editor of The Florvln Star: ATTORNEY-AT-LAW NEW YOHK.No.
that Congress will take action on this During the Seminole Indian war of I'' Having a slight interest in the growth '

and gh'c11 appropriation suitable to the 1S37 there were times when the Indians and advancement of the Lake Worth II'II'I Miami, Dade County, Florida. 233 Broadway. N. Y.

work. We also publish herewith a letter would leave off hostilities in order to I I i region, and being desirous of getting all examined Taxes for and non-residents Abstracts furnished paid. Titles having LIFE INSURANCE AT ACTUAL COST.

j from Senator Pasco, showing that he is make their crops, and to prepare anew I''the news of that locality, I know of no !I just completed an Abstract of, the-

I I t working for the improvement of the for the war path. All the settlers: had to I I other source than through the columns f Records of Dade County. SEND FOR CIRCULAItS.I .

of river. Senator Call is live in forts and in --- ------ -
{ navigation our planting crops and of the STAI: for getting reliable and fresh ------

also in favor of it, and with united cultivating them some would work while I items :served up weekly, in the most inviting -, TL.. GAULDEN, I I Opened for the Season.

action, we certainly should secure the others stood guard. During these cessations -
manner; besidesyour: correspondents I ATTORNEY-AT-LAW I t6rA man who i is interested in hi own
aid of the government in deepening the of hostilities some would return to I from all parts of the :State furnish I II I welfare will be pleased to know that

channel of our river at certain places, their homes only to be driven back to the I the latest news from their various sections Titusville, Florida. ANDREW GIBSON

and make it navigable the year round fort and sometimes killed and scalped. in a chatty, readable style, that hasa
& WILLIAMS the line be found in
Keeps >t to
for large steamboats. Senator Pasco says Fleming Johns and his wife returned charm entirely its own, and makes a JONES

..i i as follows : United States Senate, to their home at what is now Baldwin, pleasure in reading the boom each Titus*-illc.AND '.
r' Attorney s-a t-I a n-.
Washington, D. C., Feb. 1st, 1888. 1) as the Indians had not been een for some ''I writer gives:; to the home of his choice. SEUVED IN STYLE TO SUIT I'ATKOXS

L. Oaulden. Esqr., Titusville, Florida. time. Early in the morning Johns got Enclosed: please find post-office: order : Titusville Florida. I -0I -

Dear Sir, your favor of January 27th, inclosing up, opened the door and looked around. I for one year's subscription for the STAR, M. ROBBINS, I Plain and Fancy Cake made to order.

a memorial asking an appropriation lIe saw no signs of Indians and went out I and oblige GEO. linker Bread altniys on kawi.AKo .

from Congress for the survey and to cut some firewood. While cutting, .I Yours Truly, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, I a tirst-class Barber shop attached.

cleaning out of Indian River from Titus- the Indians fired at, and wounded him. J. H. JONES. Meals at nil hours: ; from :S a. in. to 11
Parties !e>irng to leave on inornin," mail
yule to Gilbert's Bar, is just received.I He ran into the house and shut the door. NOTICE. I TITI>VILLE, FLA. boat and hacks will please note this. :
----- -
will state, in reply, that I shall take His gun was on a rack. He reached for

great pleasure in presenting the memorialto it but fell from loss of blood, knockingoff The County Judire, the Clerk of the H. F. ATKINSON. PIONEER COOPERAGESyrup
Circuit Court and the Sheriff of the I
the Senate, and recognizing the importance the hammer. I Barrels $2.25.
County of Brevard and State of Florida JUSTICE OF THE PEACE
of the measure to your people. Johns had no other weapon and was at I will meet at the Clerk's office in the Gauged f> order. ten cents extra.
> I shall ll,. all I to obtain the I Court House in Titusville said For the Second Justice District of Bre-
: can necessary the mercy of the Indian, who advancedto : : county : Wheelwrighting and Repairing.
vard county ; Court days, third Mondayof
s;1 appropriation. I will mail youCongressional the door and began, with the axe, to and State at eleven o'clock SaturdavFebruary .1 each month.GEORGE'.
the 18th, A. D. ISbS to draw C. O. B.
t. Record to-morrowcontain- knock it down. Johns offered them his
the and
:grand petit jurors to serve at
lug notice of the Yours home and all he had if Honey barrels and Oval Water Breakersfrom
presentation. they would spare the next regular Spring; term of the Circuit DONKER.
I $2.00
very truly, S. PASCO." his life. The Indians only laughed and 1 j I I Court Seventh Judicial Circuit up.

--- --- cursed him. They broke the door down ; State of Florida: to be holden in and for Tanksand
The it Ilui-j-IIaja I ill{,. |j the county lit IJrevard: on the 10th day Mice of the Peace and Surveyor order
all kinds of Cooi'Ei WORK to
and shot him, and began to take what: : of )March A. D. lS''l'ake 'S. I :

This popular line of steamers plying they wanted, ripping open the featherbed j i. notice and be governed, accord- Survej Can furnish or-Ocneial the highest ot Hakotat testimonials competency from T. JOIIVSOV

1 the St. John's have recently made a pillows and bolsters and packing up, '' iuir. A. A. TEW\RT. as 1'. S. DEl'tTY-sUliVEYOi: LaGrange, : : Florida.
of public latuN. ivims for
field work platting
change in their schedule which i is very all they wanted. ; Clerk I of Circuit Court. I and all land calculation*. $:;. per day or any -- --- ---
i By II. Atkinson.. ol and
beputy.NOTICE. part a day expenses paid.
agreeable to travelers and tourists visiting Johns' wife looked on, every minute I WAV EL AM). FLOUIDA. LEDGE

; Indian River. By noticing their expecting to be killed and scalped. She ,i I !;i I II ROCK ,

schedule, to be found in another column, told me they packed all they wanted before I i LAND OFFICE Gaincs\ille. Fla., ), T JOHNSON COCK IItrr.
it will be seen that the fine steamers II. they molested her. An old Indian, I I February C, 1SSS. j I j I ,

r.. B. Plant and City of Jacksonville,which I motioned to her to leave but she wasatraid I I Notice is hereby given that the follow-I II 'I Justice of the Peace,

s l;:ire Jacksonville at 0:30 p.m. arrive at to move. lIe took her by thellaud ,, ing-named settler has tiled notice of his I And Notary PublicState-at-Large. Court i Winter Homes etc.
t I intention to make final proof in support j day 1st Saturday month. ,
1 Enterprise S o'clock the next morning and led her towards the door. She LaGrange, Fla.
: of his claim and that said proof will be |
connecting with the train from Sanford, I looked back and an Indian was raiding j made before .1.A. tewart. Clerk Circuit T--?-BUKCHFIELD--------- 1 Building Lots centrally located

which arrives at Titusville at 11.28, giving his gun to shoot. She threw her arm over : Court, at Titusville. Fla., on Tues i ,

'r the tourist about three hours ntTitus'i1l I her eyes and he shot, the ball striking' day. March 27th. IS:,$. viz : Hans i : in Rock Ledqe,
Svenkernd. Palm Beach D. S. :2123 for i COUNTY
('. and then allowing him to go I her arm and going through her neck. the east half of north-west quarter, and SURVEYOR. I With or without Orange Tree- Fouran'tdrr>

; down the river on the !steamer Hock- She fell forward stunned, with her armunder east half of south-east quarter of Sec.: 33.: Orders by mail will receive prompt minute.' walk front stores. Post omc. :
I and lIot'hbo other luIII."
ledge if he chooses. By this route hesees her head. Before they got through ., Township 41 outh.lalle: east. I! attention a-j calls in person. I Call ou or address the owner
lIe names the tallowing witness's to '
the picturesque St. John'- River and j i scalping her, she came to her senses, butfeigned prove continuous resilience upon and I'I Address: Georgiana, Fla. S. KYUCIl, Rock Ledge' FW0 -

has a chance to see Enterprise and Titus- being dead. The Indians then culivation of said land viz : E. J. \ AGENTSImportant .
II radson, E. Peterson, A. M. Field, con-I GRAY.Watch .
ville without additional
any expenseover set fire to the house and left quietly S.F.
Field, all of Lake Worth Fla.
It -
the rail route, as the steamboat i' After they had been gone short:: time : i I
42 S. C. TUCKER. KegUter. -ii
r route is the cheap est. The-e boats aK ': and the house was well on fire, she got __ ____ -=-__ ; Maker and Jeweller.ALL !

I connect at Enterprise with the 12:30 II up and tried to pull her dead husband 1 _tdmiiiisiraJoramlGuardiansi : WORK WAUKAXTED. I i

t north-bound train from Titus-illclea\- from the burning house, and pulled Notice. Shop a: John M. Dixon'rDrug Store Titnsrille, ITaTil I if If

ing Enterprise at 2:30 and arriving at afar a; the door when she fainted. In To il hoist ituty concern. I f -

Jacksonville the following morning atGao i falling a pail of water was upset on her, Take Notice that six month's after lute T. REDDING I j The most important crop inI outs

making connections with the fast i I which brought her back to eonciou-ne-s. I will apply to the Honorable Minor I I I and e"eryI
S. JuneCounty Judge of IJrevard; County, Florida is the Orsmse crop
, mail and vestibule: trains. for the north. She took a towel, folded it and covered Florida, for my final] discharge- from my I. CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER, I one should endeavor- to secure avariety "..voJ
j ---- -- her head and left, taking the road. aduunistratorship of the estate of Sarah I

J 1-'olIl1gs of the County Wanting water and feeling faint, shewent F. Wooltfdeceased, and from my guardianship Titusville, Fla., I of orange; in plantin I ? a DrovesTo
('0111 nlls'Iouers. I ,. of William Wooltf, late an infant, hate
fruit bs
( to a pond of water, where she wet but now of full a The Board of County Commissioners the towel and it her line a (furnish materials. Estimates given: of State
put on head. Dated this 2nd day of February, A. D. when so desired and the erection of buildingsand I taken premiums at many our

convened pursuant to adjournment on She saw horsemen coming and recognized 1SSS. dwellings solicited. 45yl t Fairs and the New Orleans hSsition > "
Monday Feb. Gth with full Board j ,
present her father-in-law. He also discovered )Ia'
Will also furnish town lots with B'J
i! Administrator of the estate of Sarah F. : houses com. buy trees from CJ
and the following business was had, her. The men leveled their guns Wooltf deceased, and guardian of plete at reasonable rates. Houses built in your :Ntl t
any style 10 suit purchasers. Prices and full Fla-
tosvit : to shoot her, and she was powerless to : William Wooltf; a minor. particulars furnished upon appication. cruder & Son, Rocklcdze:


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cJ.. :SECTOR: ,

Hardware and Dealer in S. H. RAY

General Produce GEORGIA PINE LUMBER, ,

MERCHANT. Successor to J. C. Norwood and Co., 9
Of all kinds. Dressed and Undressed.

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



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

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ere h Dread made daily; nlo Tics UC .-yUDGE,
and Cakes of all kinds. Cakes for

yiccial occasions furnuhcd ..d&gent4 fOr


G. WIESER, RIFLE POWDER : 251b. kegs $5; 12\lb kegs $2.75; 6lb kegs $1.5O; I

CREEDMOOR : 6 1b kegs $1.5O; ORANGE DUCKING : 6Jlb kegs $3.00. prolto keep

Boots & ShoesMADE .
Linked Oil, boiled, Ooc.; ) ; raw, GOc. gallon; Kerosene, 150 test, 20c. gallon; White Lea in 12}, 25 and 501b. kegs, Sc. per lb.
A First-Class Stock

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Repairing Neatly DoneIn BEAUTIFUL RIVER FRONT I J. BIH..1'TJBAU1\4 -or- .1


leather or rubber goods. ATFORCED -0-

I have a stock of FIXE SHOES, selected SALE.3G GROCERIES
to meet the wants of the

Indian River Trade. ONE MORE HOLIDAY. 1

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

TITUSVII.LE.I.A. situated on Indian Kiver. Gives at leasta
quarter mile river front. Will be soldat Blankets below cost.
least oO per cent. less than any land DRY GOODS '
THE SLOOP "AOHESI"commanded of like nature on the liver. We are Quilts below cost. 1 I IrmTIONS

by ordered to sell, and sell we must. Over Coats below cost.

CAPTAIN JOHN McLEAX, Address or call on Men's Suits below cost. :: I

Makes regular trips on Indian: Kiver. Chas. 1). Sweet, Youth's Suits below cost. ,

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

Groceries,Dry Gooc1sCnllll Indian River Real Estate Agency, And all other Goods in proportion. I am now making room for Summer ) Ladies' A: ('hillreitSHOES' I Ij

d floods, TITl SnLt.E, FLA. 25 Goods, and will sacrifice a nice line of Goods in order to make
Call and examine NICE AND SELECT GOODS. j I
Hats., Boots and Shoes, room. my- s t

Ladies': Shoes In great variety;Prints all "WM.: H. SHARPE, I -oJ :
new patterns at low prices. Hi

Ready-made Clot>lilg, Toilet Articles REAL ESTATE AGENT n BJ :R.N""BA Ul.\L[ : j

FOIL ---
the cash only gjjMai

f i ch 15.46 Cm.EYE _ _m_ CITY POINT. Second Door East of Indian River Bank, TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.

Lands sold on long time with interest, or --- --- -- HATS I

j GLASSESand on the lease system! or for ca>h.. Oranges, Lemons and Limes raised on hint pine land. : ,

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

IAWKE&PATENT Refer to K. M. Ureese, Detroit, ilich.; INDIAN RIVER NURSERIES.

Jno. ('. NorwtKKl TitiNville, Fla.; B. '\'. Roses, Poincianas, Hihi i i>cu% Allamandas Catalpas, 15ouvardias: Jcsamines, CLOTHING
,. and J. Stras,Tazewdl Court Houe, Va.; Eucalyptus Euphorbias.
and A. Becker, Montreal, Canada, for
whom I have made groves. CATALOGUE MAILED FREE. TERMS CASH. ,
-S _
r --------- JOHN I;. Jn Al'II, Indian Kiver Nurseries, East JIclhouru'Ia..

LAKE WORTH.LOTS Kent's Furnishing (foods .
Isnl.\S iiivasi Co. Survejor.
FOP SALK in the New Townof
They are as transparent and colorlet-a as light ALSOCROCKERY
Real Estate
itself, and for suftiu'ii of eiulnranee to the eye cannot Lake Worth fronting on the watersof Agency
lur excelled, enabling the wearer to read for the lake of that name, so well known PORTER & POTTER
hours without fatigue. In fact they are for it* mild climate, trouiealscelleryand Titusville, Florida. ,

PERFECT SIGHT PRESERVERS. splendid hunting and fishing. GLASSWARE

Testimonials from tl>e It-ailum i>h>Riciau8 in the The undersigned have at last yieldedto SEXD FOR DESCRIPTIVE L1XT. ,
1'nitetl states coernori, senators, IIto.-1>1U'II, men the prl'surellll consented to throw Real Estate
of note in all i>rofeNMOii8 and trutcil. who LahaI open their land to sottler To do this {'ba D. Sweet, .llanager. : Dealers,
their sight improved l>y their use
we have divided our lands into convenient
ill eyes fitted and a fit guaranteed by - ----- HARDWARE
for business lots, winter homes,
S.F. GRAY, TitusYille, Florida.these villas or gloves. and will sell at pricesto Geo. E. Chase, Ii i Lake \VortEs, Dade Co., Fla.Will ,
elates are not supplied to peddltrs at any suit purchasers of the most limited

print.--- means.The_ above IuuU are situaieu! near .meInlet i AND
Buy and Improve Land for Partiesat
Passenger Department. on a beautifiilly-iNing plain on Ship Chandler \:
the \\"*'::.t shore of the famous Lake a Distance.
Worth commanding: a supeib view of
DeBARY & PEOPLE'S LINESTEADI.EB.S. the lake for miles of the Inlet and of i Ship Chandlery Goods.
pacing vessels on the Atlantic.: Boat and Vesslc!' Supplies, all laud '
Patent .Anchor, Chain, Blocks, ,
The land is high and dry repayscultivation '
: Canvass, (;ah'anized"Ire LaUe: Worth Dade Co. Fla., n the most tropical
abundant yield of
by an : Rope, all sizes, Tents, part of the tatt". Located on the Atlantic Coat,
mot varieties ot tropical fruits andvegetables Spruce Ladders, ( south of Jupiter Inlet 2')miles, Jupiter being the
in this section. Pineapples south end of Indian liiver Lake Worth lies parallel -
grown Copper Taints, gal's, 1.2 gal'!' (Ito-! I .
with the ocean beach, is ''t miles long,
etc.. are now yielding tine cropson Spar Varnish, sal's! !-' r t ti this l.mdithottt fertili/.lng. Oils and Leads, all kinds. and is nowhere O\f'r :3 4 of a mile from the ocean These: will be the main features o! my
1 Now is the time to select choice lots. F.V. tVOL: .lt OS: HEADY :MIXED PAINTS, The fishing cannot be excelled and our hunting the

: Call upon us and s-ee plat. 111 fact ae>thing tor Building or Sealing boats best:groves lor all m kii.d bearing ol 'aiue.: on the Some lake; mangoes beautiful, sappadilloeg cocoanut .- business but orders tent me forany-

i For prices and description apply to I' alligator Iot-ar... sugar apples, Guavas, Spanish -
Hart's ISlock, <)O East Hay St., !'r limes. Jamaica apples. Avocada pears,tamarinds thing kept in anymore iu'litmt-

City of Jacksonville, Emnnel E Heyser or Allen EHeyser, J.\'ISOX\'ILLi I I.\. i, gooseberry almond, dates trees. njj-s mainmeo. bin: :ina"apples, jan.,.appleH.mammee oranges sago, "ilIc will be promptly filled.
VAITAIX 11'.1. SHAW. Lake Worth, 1'lat. --- -------- -- -_--- I limes, lemons, citrons and all tropical fruits and
tlo"cu. This i*tin host ea.stern part of Florida;
Daily Irom JackMinville exrcpt Saturday. ----- ----------- --- Geo. B. Rumph. l the gulf stream Luna rearer to the land than at
any other part of the cunt which innnres the most
:, even temperature of any part of the State. Hood
A FULL LINE OF 1I lot..l+ and Iot( r"". Lots of all sues and inctsfe-
II. B. Plant, TITUSVILLEFURNITURE cured by the aliof firm who have most all of the
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS. -, bfi>t land to sc n. I'aities butitie now will no doubt
l'\PT. 1. C. HALL, Will Fruits Chickens
in a. short time nor.than double the purchase too buy Eggs ,
Daily from Sanford except Suiulay.: I ,, Ul' \\e have lot >fad sizes, from five to one hundred ,
9 acre*, all trontinu on Lake Worth. Prices from
: j:u to $J4J) p-r acre :oun-- beautiful hotel sites, al-
STORE., ) $ : *o improved pr'j;>erty..;t.ttaI.Itc. The following
ON ST. JOHN'S RIVER. \ are a sew of "iir oevt baruuini II: Or any Country Produce my custueer=
I t 1 \u. 1. S3.V4 acre west of Lake Worth.

S'ht.'thlh'.Jln,' 21, I'i7Ulttt. 1 ( 1 1 ,". ,.t.'.--.21">:>.3t;1.2".' on.. wes-t". shore,. of u Lake.. Worth... or friends may bringto
t 1 ..
,, I 4.-'.'7 "wah :about 7u rods froiit-
"OJTU. market.
LasDiu." age <>it west shoie of Lake Worth.
Lea0 \rrin' "> -65 1-J a'r-.. With 1-4 mile front on west
Jacksont ille t\:3l1 a m I share.
7_ I'm L".lH' .A. Frosclier, 4&L4 4 4RESS' ..
OIl i' au Tocoi -
| S. 2J 1-i lu
acres on west* >re.
rabtka liO: a m .. ,
a.oo.0 II W \ -15 east "'
I' ua RnUef.tun 11'.JU P tu PROPRIETOR. '. 10-r5.41 west -
n ikr Welaka 10:10 p to .. .
llw II-I "
east 1"
mile Jront.
12utm;YS am d t._ Georgetown Yolnt: 9:10 7L p p m m I ',.. 1.12.-ljJ->'. .... ".,. ".'. .11.. I fl'k for a share of the public patronage

2i:.0 am. Astor .:10 p m4la .. 1J.-0 .. ., west ..
aua Le1.aud Landing -. :UIO p 111 ; .. lilotJi of 5 acres ..ach with 10 roib frontage and come a- a supplicant, cot a
5:+0 II tu JUue pritig -IU I' m writ on west shore of the lake. Theseare

Arrne :230pra .. "arl&lIl1' I dictator, asking fur your ftVfJrM.
Kahl a r..a Enterprise Parlor Suites HIRTShND 1'-2:'acres with new cottage on ea-t bore.
1 :"X) .. ..
ifO"a tu infant City AVLarf : p IT.-& 'I modern cottage of "rooms
V'-3Q ala. sar.forJ. S. }'. II. 1:. 1:45 p m LINELAS&CU on eu.t hor-. If courteous treatmentgood
*'ONNM: TION: -At Taos with St. Johns Kailroad. ; ." JH.-* .I.'rell on eaxt chore
at I'alatVa KailayatKolles .15) I goods arid low figure* is
wubI'loridaSouthern .Me>t
ton Halifax Hirer lU'.lruad. Suites .. .. ..
wuht.' and Bed Room :, .. 'U.-l9'-. *'
at )star with St Johns and Lake Eut-ti IUiUa ; I :1-i5 I- \\e..t the candidate i for
at IK'Laud l.uhliulth: DeLand. and St. Johns >-.-- 1.:: .reiton eat shore with new, moiJ.ernbai .
lUilroad; at Itlne Spring with U. S.. O. I.'. and A.linlwaj I ,t house ot s rooms now building, tot*
: '; at Lnterprit: with A. I1., St. J. X I UlUilruad ready for locct11'ancy by December Tot This public favor,
tor 'l'itutille; at Sanford with trains ot Beds Mattresses house mill lot for salor to rnt There are
the S F. lUulro-dtorTaiupa; at Tampa with the UOltUHT 1I1'IST'S : 150 bearing cot-oanut trees ou this place then Tin
steamer MAKGUILT. ol the Plant steamship Line I Afco. a new tottazeof: 8 rooms, beautifully
for Point-.on Tampa Bay and Manatee River; also" Fresh Garden Seeds j situated en ea-t.nleof lake and 5 acres Cf elected.Yours .
With the 1'laut bteanii-liip Line ttojuushii'* ground atta.-he.l
OLIVETTE and )I.COTTIft'r Key Bert and Springs Sold at Philadelphia Retail Price.- Will '. 2>.-157 acre of land -n Key Lanro24. .
Hn every Monday and Thursday arm inn! at. and .-40 finest tid, 10 rods back of
make orders prices to
Key West Tuesday aud Friday. and HaanaVed special the lake. anxious to please,
ue-d.: y and Saturday. Hemming. leaves Hanna parties wanting seeds :'').-40 acres on west shore. ,
tvery 1Vedneslay aud Saturday.C. in bulk. 'J6.-10 cast and new cottage.
HALE, And everything in the FURNITURE These are all us. Come and see them, iflItsiblPt

General passenger Agent: DeBary Line line. Call and see the New Stock Geo. B. Rumph.' Parties otherwise wishing H further rite. information, enclose s. :ii.
B w. 'i DAVIDSON. received. 19 Titusville, Fla. stamp. 30-3m
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General Traffic Agent, Ptople Liue.:



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II !! )Ir. X. II. Frohlichstein, of Mobil-

lately : Mrs. Holloway Evans, cf Marion county Patti sails for America on the Sth of March. '! And no"\"Wc como down to hard gastronomic : Ala., writes : "I take great pleasure in
Rafael and Petra Xegrete were
S. C. has birth to five children insidj : that is to winter recommending Dr. King's New
married in Guanajuato Mexico. The bride I given Pauline Markham will return to burlesque pan- say, vegetables.; Disc-

I is 23 and the groom 09 years old. of one year.A next season. Never look a gift mulo in the heels, nor i cry for Consumption: having u-etl it j"a

Petersburg, Va., patriarch, 75 years cage < Annie Pixley has another play. It is called chew a raw oyster with tho teeth under any severe attack of bronchitis and catarrh1It JI-
Miss Jane died at
, Burrell
recently Sey
is now living with his eighth wife, and "The Charity GirL" 1 I circumstances. gave me instant relief and rntiJl
mour, Ind., aged 110 years. She claimed to I cured and I have
not IHH
is the happy father of thirty-six children. me >II afflicted 1f
; l-, the oldest maiden lady in the country. The American burlesque actress, Kate Mau-: : "That fluHy pastry known cs "pop overs' I 'I aU .
, Dr. II. A. Spencer, who died in Erie. Pa.. roe, who died in London recently, left ::90,- I is referred to in intellectual: Boston as reversible since. beg, to tate that I hare .
John and Sarah Baruham.of Fssex,Mass., Jan. 1, predicted a week before Christmasthat I jumpers.*' tried other remedies with no good I re.ult 1ft

celebrated the 03d anniversary of their marriage his death would occur on Xew Year's 000.Lillian have al-t used Electric Bitters and Dr .
recently. The husband is 89 and Li3 Leo was discharged; from the "Runof As good fish; arc in the sea as c'erere ,
wife 60 years: old. day.A Luck" company because she refused to caught, and better plum pudding is made King's recommend.Xl"LiflYiU: of which I Ican i 11}

man in Thomaston, Gag, is said to hare mount a horse at rehearsal after she:: had tried here than is imported from England.

Collins Fitch, of Meade county, Ky., is tho caught 507 chimney swallows one night by twice and failed. : Dr. King's: New Discovery: for (W- Td

oldest Mason in the order in that state, having putting a board over the chimney where What U home without a piano, or a mincepie sumptpoitiv" coughs! and colds I is gild r
of order in 1.20. This combination for revivals of old comedies witii cider instead of !S. O. P. ? It is: a on s
member the
become a to roost. Trial 1 bottle,
.. they came I in the season of lSS -OO is said to bo question fur culinary debating; Svd tics. guarantee. tree a, y;
lIe is past!I.; years of age. all in'Titusville! '
Henry Dennison, hunting on the g1"l.atUp.,- talked of: Joseph Jefferson, Robson and I have of instead of drug and on Im&
a stewing,
The oldest in the state of Indiana ia Renfrew Ont., found in an old John Drew. They way ; an
person ono; county Crane, Y J. Florence and Mrs.:: I frying, scallops ia Philadelphia that is very River. ______ __ ___ .
Mrs. Elizabeth Carroll. who lives in Warren shanty a man who had lost his way and had
William Gillette will soon: commence work palatable hi the city cf scrapple for break
township, near Indianapolis. Her age is 113: not eaten anything;: in twenty-five days. upon a new comedy the scenes of which will ft"c1'y: m.lrnhig.Turkish Give Them A 'i1 nlce \r

years and her health is good, A well recently opened by Dr. H. Lane, c! be laid in America. He to have it
: hopes That i is
svreetineats are in high: favor at to say your lungs.: .11.! '. .11] :
Mrs. Catharine Szaiiley, of Muskingura Portland, Ore., surprised its proprietor: by ready for production next:: season, in all probability I fashionable entertainments this season, cl- your hrtatliiiii machinery. Verv W'n.; l:

county, O., celebrated the 103th anniversaryof changing; ; the temperature of the water ea after the presidential election.
; though they have the effect of sending some :dt'riui Machinery it is. Not the lir :
her birth recently. She is in good health, that it now has in it twenty-five feet of boiling : :':rr
of the guests home early to get pepsin tablets. air-i>as i'jt: >. 'but the thousands: lit{ little -
laid her mental or is anhnpairlAnderson hot water.
BASEBALL GOSSIP. tuVj and cavities leading from them

:. Burrell, a planter living near I In the cemetery of Menosha, 0., is a tombstone DAUGHTERS OF EVE. When there are rioted and i-h.Seil :-

Montgomery, Ala., is the father of thirty-one of sixteen tons cut in the form of a I Clarkscu. the not'-il Chicago pitcher, says with mutter which oiuihtnnt: tuh > thereyour I

children and the grandfather of sixty. He is tree with birds and squirrels lodged: in its be would like to see Mike Kelly with u Chicago I Mrs. Dinah iluloek Clark left a personal bins cannot halt do tlnirvnrV( ; :

old and has married four branches, and ferns, flowers, an book,
71 been open
uiili'or iu : Iit field.
years i' .; estate valued at more than ?> ,M. And what they do they eannnt do J:.
times. and a scroll of music at the base. well
Mr. J. W. Spaldin says the Cincinnati The women of Grovetown, Ga., are tryingto Call it cold t.'uuh. eroup. piuum.iniaatarrh J

Rev. John Gibson, of Philadelphia, is 117 After the battle of Spottsylvania, Yf. R. hill bo the slijwiest: team 0:1 the ball field ,' raise a fund to build a church in memoryof .- consumption or any of tin ; II

years old. His face is coal black and his hair :Mullins of Union Point, Ga.. picked up a next season: vriUi; their m.mrl.'Ol: :'cll uniforms. Paul Hayne. of throat and nose cud head aiulluc hmily y
and fork the battle field. He took
knife on ;
suwhite.. He slave. .
was formerly a to the time Fir :Morell Mackenzie obstructions all bad. All 11
Up present are ouiht
home with him after the and from :
them war to
health is but he has been blind for
good, several Smiling Mickey Welch will be found with
that day to this has never eaten a meal without : has received SjU sterling attendance be trot rid of: There i is }tint >mure V

years. them.A v New York: uniform oa, notwithstanding all on the crown prince of Germany. way tu rt rid ot them. That is i to take

Daniel finite a planter of Crawford found dead rumors to tho contrary. London women of fashion have apparently lloschee's; < ;ermm "rUl). which : E
county, Ga., reached the age: of 100 years recently negro: thief was lying: near From all appearances the! remainder: of tho! bonnet any
Wilmington.:: X. C., by the body of a hog ha settled the theatre question by adopt. druggist will sell you at 75 cents a Uijtie. !.
and bids fair to live for a : ofa Sew York combination will sojourn on tine '
crush hat without which it is said ,
had stolen and killed. It was evident that inn; a Even if everything else li: s taiknl
century to come. He was a gallant soldierin Pacific slope for s*>mo time yet. The climate few ladies attend places of amusement.The ,
thy he had depend this fur t
the war of 151:. while trying to carry hog away agrees with them. you, y. u may upon rrr-
strained himself and apparently died instantly wife of Senator Dee!:, of Ktuuicky: v tain.

Mrs. Lydia Strope, who recently died at of heart disease. There will l,o an interesting: fight; between a descendant of a relative of George; Wasa; -- --- ---- -

Green Bay, Wis., was 102 years old. On the The wife of John Bradford, of Wilmington ; ;he Brooklyn and Cincinnati dubs next season inn on, and a part of her c!:>t.1to"Jmpn i'iue Verdict I iianiinuus.W .

same day Mrs. Jane W. Edgecomb died in or first phcv. However, the cbanccj ore ia land surveyed by Washington for the sta> D. snIt Drugg, Hippus. hid
Del., left her bed while fast asleep, ; c
Damariscotta. at the of 102 4 favor of the! l tttr.: ... ." .
age years walked from the chamber into the hall and of Virginia Kentucky was we> : te"titit.oI can recommend Electric Bitters G

months and 12 days. fell down stairs breaking her nose and sustaining Silver King: is looked upon OJ tho starwirler county of that state. as the very best: remedy. Every bot- tr

Mrs. Elizabeth Carroll, of Warren. Ind., I| other s;were injuries. She bad been : :: of the St. Louis:Browns for tho season Miss Rose Elizabeth Cleveland has Leon for :tie' sold has given i relief in every ,.3--?. U

claims to have been born in Pennsylvania in ': dreaming at the time of a similar accident jf IsfcS, and will be expected to do the bulkf I some years engaged in a close study of the '. One man took MX bottle", and was cured

14 1774. Her husband was a soldier in the war which had occurred to an acquaintance, a ) tho work for that club. lifo and work of St Augustine, with the purpose i of Rheumatism of In years !-tandin&: 3'q

l1 of 1j1! '. There is good reason to think that lady, a year a.-' >. Manager; Phillips, of tho Pittsburg: club, I in view of writing a book upon him and j Abraham Hare, druggi; Bellville.Ohio. t

, Mrs. Carroll is really 113 years old, althoughshe mnounces that nearly all his spring: dates I I his J:1othcrloni.a.: : The work will probably | atlirm: "The be>telling: medicine I have s.

_ is as active as most women of 00. DAUGHTER OF EVE. save Lee arranged. lie Las a few left, and Le completed within:: ona year. ever handled in my 20 years' experience, p

I iny club desiring games should communicate I ''
Electric Ui ttcr Thousands of others
MUSICAL AND THEATRICAL. M. Maurice Bernhardt's wife is said to be I arith him. : !
I OUR DUMB: ANIMALS.Two : have added their testimony: that the S

particularly pretty and a clever artist. The fifty cent gate admission to the American I verdict is unanimous that Electric Bitters a

Lillian Russell drinks glycerine and beef In Morocco women who talk scandal are i association games is creating: quite a East Jordan, :Mich., hunters followeda do cure all diseases of the Liver

tea to improve her voice. punished by having cayenne: pepper rubbed stir in tho different cities which contain Association deer track for six miles a few days ago, I Kidneys or Blood. Only half dollar a

Lady Sullivan is rumored as too future into their lips. clubs. It is thought that the schema I! and then found that it had been made by a I bottle at all Drug: Stores in Tituille! a
Mrs. Garfield mother of President Garfield Rill not bo a success.It :
style of Geraldine Ulmer. I and on Indian River.
II I is S7 years old, but retains her mental is now believed that Manager Williams I passenger train ran through,; a flock of I
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Maggie Mitchell is"out in a new play called faculties and is comparatively strong in Rill take his Cleveland club south in the 4.000 sheep near Jakima, W. T., rl'L'l'lltlyan i : :

"The Little Sinner, of which Mr. Howard body.A spring.: Should: ho do so he will open at I killed 100 of them without derailing the en- I CATARRHi.UU'LJ' TUE.TJlITFree

P. Taylor is the author. girl employed as waiter ia a Homer Macon, Go., oi or about March Lx Ho will gine. i ll. .\ : ;n\Co..77sUroml-.t.Xrwark.N: J.

Mile. Marie Decca has had a triumphant (Mich.) hotel, was bitten by a mad dog: ten :meet other clubs down th're. I A young heifer, owned by Robert Oliver, I! "Aft fiat PttOFIT ami SAMPLESFREE:

progress through Ireland, and is spoken of I years ago and now has her second attack of Big Dave Foutz, one of :Drool),!':; new of Jefferson county Ind., crawled into a 1 vLi. tn men fai'vatr '"r L)a SCUTT'R

as "the coming star of opera. i hydrophobia.Mrs. pitchers for next season, i? doing: some tall ''I' hollow log where some corn had been stored, I I I .*"11. Etc. Lady agents(iE\CIS wanted.: Iu.CTRJ'fur Electric BELTS,fur BMC111.*tIll

Gillette's "Held r>y the Enemy" being I Idone Charles Dickens, who is visiting; this work in the box this winter for the St. Louis and ate so much that sh was unable to extricate Quirk sales Write at once for t.-rnis L>r. S-i ttvi4 .'"

by three companies in America one ia ; country with her husband, is described as a lornbinatiua, now in California. It is hoped herself. The owner found the animal !: Broadway. N. V I

England and one in Australia. he will keep it up next season. i after threes.' search and tu 1- I
motherly, sweet faced little English womanof a was obliged; .t. I.KHMANN.
Little Josef Hofmann has two sisters, one the truo British type. : It will not be astonishing; to see Buck cut the log to pieces to release her. I'I 1'I P alentseF. ',hiiiRton. D. C. II
I send for Circular. I II
of whom is said to be fully as clever as the Mrs. Mary Gallagher, of South Bethlehem, Ewing occupying the pitcher's box next :
youthful pianist. She is in Eurc i>o studying Pa., is:: 104 years old, and recently danced a I, season. Buck is doing great work in that I SPORTING AND ATHLETIC. J'ARE j
line this winter oa the Pacific slope. Ha I I i CONSUMPTIVE
music. jig to the music of a violin. She belongs to

Miss Helen Barry will return to America I the famous family of the L II. G. Gal seems to be us good in ono place as another. I Tho Smith and Thomas fight originated; I Hare TOT Cough, Bronchitis, A.ithm, Indication I UM
I through guessing the weight of a turkey. PARKER'S GINGER TONIO without delay. 11 i
. 1. ;
next September, and will act during the laghers. I l18tcuniilIlUUlY4> the fcorstcaoena-od la UM best remedy

season of 1SSS-S9 under the management of i Robert Louis Stevenson's wife has left the : THREE BIRD STORIES.A I Hanlaa has accepted<< a challenge; from I for arising all affections from impnro of the blood throat and and exhaustion.lungs, ands Th dtaaM fe U*

, : J. M. HilL I Adirondack for a short period. She is now ; I Trickett tho Australian oarsman, to row a and ,struggling against disease,and Bowl drifting
, Georgia man had a pure white hen. to the grave will ia many cases recover their health by
for the first time in her life. race over too Nejieau course, near Sydney,
in Philadelphia the timely use ofFarker'9GingerTonicbutdelay i* Mr. Frederick Warde has and white
left the East for Recently she began molting, every II
: She he is tho cleanliness N. S. W.Charltstov.n. Take It in tune. It u Invaluable for all pewhad
San Francisco, where he is to appear in says:: impressed feather that dropped out was replaced by a disorders of Btomacb and bowel Uruuuti.pp.flt .
is to have Pelican club
of that now a
April Mr. Warde will act in the large, cities city. black one, and now she is clad in deep black Ageuls month. Will prove tt
club "for per
London honorit
the the
named after
along his route. A young: woman of Bangor, Me., who had from bill to tail. I $ or pap forle.t. New portrait Just out
: been forbidden by a jealous suitor to go to a I mid John L. Sullivan: on his arrival in the f.\ $: $3.50anii: ,' ""'It free to all.
p Miss Maud Harrison is justly proud of the dance with a rival, had the jealous swain arrested Hundreds of English sparrows are being old country. I W. II. Chi l.- ter & Sou. 2* Bond nt. N.T.
success of her efforts in behalf of Nellie dragged from their nests or roosts beneath the 'I -
I and lodged in a cell, and she went to i George F. Slosson thinks that the coming
WetherelL The sum total of contributions cornices of the high buildings in Columbus,
: the dance: with the other fellow.A I billiard player is young Ives a professional COMPANY'S
for the latter's aid will not fall far short of i Ind., by largo flocks of screech owls, that I i 1- LIEBI6
$3,000.It number of :young ladies of Hastings carry them away and devour them. ball catcher, with whom ho has been practicing -

: cb. met in council and for the St. Louis toun-ument on Jan. 3.
recently passed I
is stated that when Henry Irving plays I For the fifth year a common crow has coma
resolutions declining to attend balls with tho A of San Francisco capitalistshave
"Don Quixote," John L Toule will as I with the first snow to the home of a correspondent company
" appear young men unless the latter consent to sup- organized; tho Pleasonton Stock Farm EXTRACT OF MEATFOR
"Sancho Panza. It is also understood that I of The London Field. He will tales
ply them with invitations to tho opera occa company for the purpose of breeding trot- I
Mr. Irving will by and by effect a revival ofShakespeare's I a piece of fat from the hand There was 9
"Richard IL" I sionally. I heavy fall of snow on Dec. 11, and the bird ters. Director, 2:17, by Dictator, will head

I Miss Sallie Kennedy is said to be one of I then appeared for the first timo this season, the stud
On the first night of "La Tosca"
some one the most successful real estate agents in Wash I received his breakfast and departed He nI -- In a recent boxing tournament at Detroitone

professed to be shocked by the extreme" real- ington. She succeeded to the business on the turned again; with the first severe weather. of the events was a darky swallowing a IMPROVED and ECONOMIC COOKIE
ism of of the "Oh
one scenes said M. I
with iron of
death of her father. During ono week re- dog a quarter an
Dumas, "I suppose you would play CEdipus d cently sho is said to have realized several I LIGHT AND AIRY. inch wide He swallowed: three feet of the

with spectacles and an eye shade." thousand dollars in commissions I chain, but removed it again. X. II.-Genuine only With lacsinillv -

I I An Untimely Thought. LlebJJ signature
Efforts have been made several of'Karoii
by man I Signorina Tua, the accompkshed violinist, Bob Farrell, who was one of SuUivan'sclosest
agers to induce Henry Irving to extend his I Though on the snow the moonlight lies, John In blue across! label.
when L.
was unfortunate in the time or the manner of companions fought
A lovelier light in Fanny's
season in this country, but up to tho present her visit to this country. Her manager has Her Edward sees eyes Ryan hear New Orleans, says he thinks Kil U
have been without and I>ruggi
they success. Sold by Gructr
Irving'sreceipts Storei-eepvn
paid her $5,000 forfeit money, and sho has I And, as she nestles close beside rain can defeat Sullivan in a twenty-four everywhere.CURE.
Philadelphia have been phenomenaL returned to Europe, where her performanco Him, fondly gives his future bride foot ring; but would have no chanco against _

a I meets with heartier appreciation. than it has I Another squeeze. __ I him in a sixteen foot ring.BASEBALL DEAFPECK'S

; LABOR NOTES. I Ii been accorded here.RELATING. i iI I The music of the jingling bells, ._ I PATKXT IMPROVED Fold TILE CTSUIO>EU: tABDRUMS.

i, Unheard by them, their rapture tells -' TALK. : PERFECTLY UE-SlORE THE HEAR1SG.
There colored TO NOTES. And when their steed- 'ever -
are 00,000 Knights of Labor. I no matter whether deafness ia caused by colds,
be to hear the lovers talk-
May iposition
Virginia is to have a state bureau of labor The Detroits will the season at New ", or injuries to the uatnral drum.Alwsjs
I Drops down into a lazy walk, open cuintor.Ul.le to
Notes dated Sunday are void. but invisible to others and
statistics. They take no heed. -r s: .I I Orleans March 31. wear. Music conversation even wni pr* h.d
Labor unions in all large cities complain of Notes given by minors are void. I I dJ tJhCUy. We rrfer to those using thti" Stuo
I Notes I They ingle on, in perfect bliss, __ = Louisville is hopeful of having Sunday, ol for illustrated book of fr e.ddrt..s
obtained by fraud proofs
labor bureaus sending men far to work or given by an -
away I Exchanging now and then a kiss, __._-1 I tho Chicagos, in its 1SSS nine. :F. IIISCOX, 849 Broadway. New Yolk
intoxicated bo I .
and starve, the work giving out. : person, cannot collected. As lovers will, .
Spence has taken hold {
Manager Harry o
A large cotton factory, 300 feet long by 75 j Notes falling: duo on Sunday, or on a legal i Till Edward starts in sad dismay I his new work. Indianapolis is bound to have OT1CE.In .

f wide, is being built on top of the Cumberland holiday, must be paid tho day previous.A : And wonders how he'll ever pay I team next
a good year.
mountain, North Carolina. joint note is one signed by two or more I The stable bill. Circuit Court of the Seventh Judicial
-Journal of Education. Canton, 0., is trying to organize a ball .
Knights of Labor petitions persons who each becomes liable for the I I Cw ty.
are circulating team on the co-operativo plan. It is thoughtthat I Circuit of Florida, lirtrard
whole amount.
asking congress to have all convict made I I The Moral Side of the Case. the plan won't work, and Canton's place I In Chancery.
goods plainly marked "Convict labor." An indorser has a right of action against I the Ohio be filled
in another
I "I have always held that prize fights league may by
Pennsylvania has abandoned prison labor, all whose names were previously oa a note brutal and a disgrace to our civilization. ar.\\ club. I Antoinette e De Uenthel "I jjjj for

and in one prison 350 convicts are beggingfor i indorsed by him. man who becomes interested in them and encourages Ganzel, in writing from California, says v*. f Divorce-

something: to do, without occupationtheir Deposits of money ia a bank, placed to the them is also of a low, brutal nan the people there liko to see small scores is Alexander De Kenthel. J

imprisonment amounts to solitary con- credit of depositors, are always subject to ture." i I the games of baseball. They are also desirous Alexander De Itenthel. tke
finement. their check for full due"Tho It from the affidavit of
amount "1 you're the appearing
right. By some
t guess way, of seeing sharp fielding preference to day filed
The twenty-second annual convention of maker of a note that is lost or stolenis of the English papers contend that in another heavy batting above-named complainant this a
.. ,
the Bricklayers' International union will not released from payment if the amount round Smith would have knocked Kilrain before me. that in her belief you ,

meet in Boston Jan. 10, 1&\$. Among the and consideration can be proven. I out. I The Brooklyn club could put a nine of !I nonresident of the State of Florida
catchers and in the field. exceedingi
subjects to be discussed is the further reduction I Three day allowed all ; "They do, eh? That's what I call gall. In i pitchers They are that yon are of an age
are timenotes *
grace on Caruthers, Foutz Mays Harkins addree
of time from : five minutes Kilrain I Terry, and that }J 8t-01lice
; working nine to eight aft the time for i* more would have made years your
payment expires; Porter Toole Cushman and Lynch Dono- her.
and residence unknown to
hours. I not then paid, the inllorser if should belegally I soup bones of Smith. I don't see why those I! are o
any hue, Holbcrt, Bushoag, Clark, Greer and' It is therefore ordered that you
The English board of trade has made a report { notified, to be holden. i duffers stopped the fight on account of dark. 1 1nes : "
I >."Lincoln Journal Peeples. answer or demur to the bill of cotup
4 : in which it alleges that the number: of A negotiable cote must be made payable : tiled said this day. Before
by complainant
.i paupers in the country now are only 24.7 to either to bearer, or be properly indorsed by I The ni iITerri ce You >t ... before the fifth day of
!, the 1u'whiJe in 1S70 there were 40 to tho i the to whose order it is ade. If The Happiest Hours. me. on or ww betaken
person r.: the God made- the country man the ton March, A.D. 1S S. else said bill
and that the total number has The happi>st hours boyhood knew
1,000, : fallen I indorser wishes to avoid responsibility, h. I our I AW often hear I it saul.But ,
I Were not the hours at as confessed.
from to while the
DOO.OOO 697,000
populationhas ran indorse "without recourse.1 G'.Jtl the country painted: green and this noticebe
But those when the line threw It is further ordered that
increased by 5,700,000. In London it is spent we
I Ian the ton paints rtiJ. anew
Demand notes are payable on presentation Into the glassy pool, I published in the FLORIDA STAR
alleged there are now only 21 Paupers to -l:ostoa Cour:ct.
.. 1,000 inhabitants. i I without grace, and bear legal interest, after Or in the river took a dip spaper published in said County

I a demand has beta made, if not written.. Or when the season found True. Brevard State of Florida, once a wee*

I An indorsx.T on a demand note is holden only Us fighting for the championship Mere drummer than ever are out on the road for four consecutive weeks.
Equal to the Occasion. 'I Upon the baseball ground.
for a limited time, variable in different This season, the papers inform: us; Done and ordered at Chambers

Faithful Servant l se, mum, some o' statts. "The happy hours at school!" ye powers And we rise to remark, in a mild sort cf way Orlando. Florida, this 27th day of J3D.,

tho boarders u talkin' about the butter. I Make known, what hours were those? I That the chestnut crop is enormous. A. D. 1SSS.

9 Boarding House Keeper-Impossible! The II I Truth Must lie ToM.j The hours at school are irksome hoursAs I -!I1d MaiL [L. s.] JOHN D. BUOOMt,.

-tho butter has a fine flavor News Editor every schoolboy knows. Judicial Circuitof
j Daily Civilizer-Here is a How to Do It. Judge 7 th
', "They say it's too good, mum, and they'n four or five column of The hours at school Ob, sigh no more Florida. .
report a prize fight I
afraid it's oleo." I That they have gone for-ay e. Smith What would you, do. Brown, t: ClrcwtCourt
coming along. What shall do with it? Or sigh for those that come at four make a long story short I, A. A. Stewart Clerk of herebY
"Oh! Well, before putting it on the table ; do
Conscientious Editor Well, it is the dutyof i O'clock p. m. each day I said County and State,
stretch f." hairs if Brown-Wh; show it to the r.. It l- ito:. copY
a v through Omaha
I a newspaper to print the news no matter Boston Courier. -Sew York SiuUabit certify that the foregoing is a true

W'orM. what it is. It would be almost dit>honest to of original order of publication now yj:

An Idyl. suppress it. We can't help it if prize fightsdo Height .>f Stale.Mrs. Rule the AVorUl. tile in my office. Witness my baud.*. D.

happen. It isn't our fault. Put it all in. We would simply rise to stS seal this 30th day of January
She stood by the carriage waiting floe tnsuly; l.;>.. -n..l by a
"But if we print all this there will be The now is .N'I. ISS3.
4 In the sunshine's gentle egresses no call such weather as tL.s ;.a',.. i. '>,..oddie. I year .
I room for tho report of the Christian Endeavor But 4 awhile 10 out of 11 A. STEWART
And the A.
white horse, just behind her Mrs. De Sehah'e--Oh-1 .! :Vt ,. :::; I Folks will write it S7. Circuit Curt
Was warming his nose In her tresses. society. Clerk of
around ia ; c-ri: .. v-.iaha
-y ?? --cooJ.111'Ji f:us.
"Well leave that out.-Omaha World World. _






C. If. SCOTT, I IE.STJUS' SHERIFF'S SALE. I Ludden & Bates' Southern Music House. i TITUSVILLE CASH STORE '

I Under and by virtue of an execution I II I ,

Issued out of the circuit court for the 'I
HAIR-DRESSING SALOON.if seventh judicial circuit of Florida, in and REED & STEERE, ''I

for Brevard, in a certain cause therein I II ..

clean and easy shave, you want and S. Ryder is defendant. I I
:As clean as barber ever saloon gave, have levied upon and will sell at public I t

Tnst call on me at my afternoon, outcry to the highest and best bidder for Fine GroeeriesOZST ,!
morning, eve, or I <
U cash, in front of the court house door in
nicut and comb your hair with grace the town of l'itusvilleconntyofBrevard. I '0 ,

To suit the contour of your face; and State of Florida on the first Monday The Great Wholesale Piano and Organ ALWAYS HA.XD.ALSO .

TO yon I'll give a good shampoo, in November, (the same being the 7th Depot of the oati. The Host Place to buy;
which known to few. The Cheapo Mace to buy; The Safest
The art of day thereof) A. D. 1887. between the Place to buy. A .HIl ;nlll"ent Record Over I,

xfrgci: ; fs sharp, my razor's keen, legal hours of sale, the following described 40,000 Pi-uios ui j.l Mr shop is always neat and clean real estate. described as follows : cm 1lotat9Mice 187O.bAVAXXAH: .. l

ind everything! I'm sure 'ot1'll find, Being a portion of lot three (3) ot section GA., NOV. 1st, 1SS7. I Lead, .crosoxio.,

To suit the taste and please the mind. three (3) of township twenty-live Room for the procession. It's a long < E

to all who patronize intend, (25) south of range tnirty-six (3G) east one. It's head in Macon, and rear in B.a"'VO' an.c1.: IBoilod Lii: :).. ooc. Oil "
'indnow and also a portian of northeast quarter of. miles of :
and bring friends Savannah. 200 wagons containing
along your ,
lust come I will try the southeast quarter of section four (4), 40,000 Pianos and Organs sold by L. & B. I Co"t"ton.:: Seed Moml gaud: Bran..
I assure you
lad said and 1 +
township in the
satisfy. ? range, countyof S. M. II. since 1870.AreW'elnf'DrIle'tP .
Jly very best to may Brevard, Florida, to-wit : The northeast :g3a:7Grain: ., Peed an.c1.Fer"ti1ize1"s. 1

corner of said lot of land i is locatedat Certainly: \Veare a fcxrye house.Vi'e !
W 11 Pianos and Onrans in I .
XOTICE. do a lirqe trad e M.
a point on the west bank of Indian all Southern StrtfS We haw 2uo Agencies.and the I
State of Florida, ) River rive hundred and thirty (;)30 feet above statement is not in the least exagt erated. ZF'-u.ll wino of liTa11

County of Dade. f south of the quarter section line, dividing How have '';ever: built up such an !

Take notice that six months after the lots two (2) and three (3)) of section immense trade? By enterprise,progressive : REED & STEERE.

date hereof I will present to the CountyJudge three ((3)), and the southeast quarter of business methods and square dealing. 'Vel I

of Dade County my final accounts the northeast quarter and the northeast make our patrons our friends. We work I ALL GOODS .:

and vouchers as Executrix of Charles quarter of the southeast quarter of section I for them take them into partnership: as it i i

Moore, late of Dade County, deceased, four ((4)), said township and range; were, divide, p-ofits and actually give them I Agent for Wilkinson A ('0'8 Fertilizers. ., .

;and ask for my final discharge as such thence west across said lot three ((3)). more than their money's worth. __ __n____ ____ ______
I '
thence west to the quarter section line
executrix. November J.cMOORE dividing! the northeast quarter of the Our Larry Capital our Spot Cash, our lifetime !
ELIZABETH ,' ,our shrewdness as buyer',our whole heft
Last Will and Testamentof southeast quarter from the northwest in expc f....<.il ice U"'l..Uu"Ccurin1 bar:jatu,and then w e/' o Executrix of quarter of the southeast quarter of said

  • Charles Moore, Deceased. 3 -jm section four (4)). thence south to the Fall and Winter Bargains 1 887-88 c

    northwest corner of A. i.. and E. F. A NEW FERTILIZERPrepared
    NOTICE.LAND Hatch's purchase in said section, thence Summer Closing-Out Sale over. Wareroonis !
    crowded with superb New Instruments.
    OFFICE at Gainesville, Fla.,\ east along the north line of said: purchaseof Immense purchases direct from Fnrtnries.reater I especially for the Orange and containing the several elements ntccs>nry

    Jan. 211SSS. A. L. and E. F. Hatch, to the west <: llnrgnin!. than ever, for Fall and to sustain plant life, viz : t
    bank of Indian River said line \\iiiter, 1157.148.Not

    Complaint C. S.having Adams been against entered Joseph at this A. four hundred and eighteen ((418)) feet being from reduced prices.i1 poorer instruments PHOSPHORIC ACID POTASH, CALCIUM, AZOTE.

    Office by for abandoning his Homestead Entry the line dividing lot three ((3): ) from lot hut the same LM ptices and bitter I This Fertilizer has been produced after years of study by Puor. 0. Dr.d. P CETOL.\, }

    Gaines No. 11243: dated January 9th, 18f<3,, four ((4)) of said section three ((3): ), and the instruments. (irettcr'a1e; f<.r till money. : as being far superior to any high grade fertilizer on the market, and it i- sold e : i I

    the Lot 2,and west half 01 north-\\es|i northeast quarter of southeast quarter. Of our lowcs:-pricetl I n-trn'J.:S this is : at about one-third less in price. It is made in two grades. No. l is i a preventive i :

    uPon faction 1 township 2:) south from the southeast quarter: of the south- specially true. They arc v.u>:iy impioved : of root rot, and also destroys white ants and wood lice. (

    quarter, Brevard, Florida ,with range east quarter of said section four ((4)), and we are proud of them. llardtodixribc: : No. 2 does not contain this specific. 4
    36 east in county, a
    view to the cancellation of said entry, thesaid thence northerly along said river to such bargains on paper but we'll try. For prices and further information re s,
    and -- ----
    place of beginning. Reserving excepting O. OcG. KKKTOLt l la. '
    parties: are hereby to appear of tR S21O PIANO.-T-nrspj eiz: t lo-ant rN'f'
    from the above that
    at this office on the 20th day ol parcel O wood tag: \ Carve 1 lei" H'1"I'l'ntue: lui'ith. 7 or JAS. McCOMIJ, JR., Titiisville Fla. 1,;
    laud sold by Stephen Ryder and wife to toncfiiUsi\>.'Fniant'it'r'. \reli'ib! -tr\iinv>ut
    March, 188S, at 10 o'clock to respond] oeryvav. inilotcout'it.; : I'lu :li-tv nl, ' -
    U. C. May by deed bearing date April covl'r.lJ.t""lJ tartnutortutc IJ, \.atitrrijktpai and furnish testimony concerning fail] ... 1--s l', 8t
    30, 1887, and recorded in Book K of Bre UR S22.i PLt10.-L'.aatfta: Patr rrt'ri-hit.
    alleged abandonment.J. vard Deeds on 20 containing () full'"przc.: llu-'i r<>.-.<>\\o Ht cast i afft htylo 1 l M f n'J.t1..
    page ; ; t10. lht .= 'uUbciliL .:;t't" CuR Id the ol
    T. (J. CRAWFORD Receiver. Queen .1nn.'traies. V favorite I> : ? 1"1 Trial imposition pretentious! reme
    twenty-two (22) acres more or less. Outfit comi'litc.OUlt (J'+ J ,'i.-IJ"';,l''kl'I.may'tuai'I 1 to 1'0 die for tht e troubles,and all Quacks.
    Tl''timon'IJefore R. B. Burchfield, N. P..., Pot's T7Five 't""oY..I"- ti',i1'+n.tiraprnrortion L whoseon(7simistoblee( .
    Dated this 21st day of September $tt ut"\'i.-Tw. LL..t.;:: ::Jt... Lc.uo.'iok.' .%full treat a tim. Take a SCRE RIUIJJlY: tlst: 1.:1ml ,
    at Georgiana, Fla. on Thursday, March '<-. J'I.'hu'tca'e.: Estendrttstair.i < i A. D. 1887. uruMiicnN I iak.l.iln !ninn 1 a' : ;; r:"ror".ltoh-ilthl hy U"C 0 of not interferewuh
    k. an i : ,
    8th 188 at 10 o'clock a. m. iniiMrai', .. l-.t ..'. !."C"" 3 + tJ !! attention. to USIDt"I.or! cauredginlt1lQlr '
    EtOol lllstrUCttil ll.ttolC bock :1<1 illlj'i ; J" : r 1.jl'C.' .t 11 S-L! ..'Sa .. ura.IlCO1veDlt''y..y.! !
    E. 11. COVAR Sherill F'(;5 of Brevard county. Fla.J. OUR .- i". loa.itfnl ca."'. .V mo-t tu&irtble We :I1'-'I.l.i>. L-aIPcavinl"onngoralid- F I 'pplicationtothe.eatofdacareit.epecide! '
    NOTICE.Land Parlor Orx-u. COUIJH.:t.tu n t boKen&xl. :. lie A..Ih 1. ".< .. J for}:ld t Tea' in many 9 fr Influence n! felt without delay. The natural +
    AWMIIHALU .functioneofiheAumanor. anum mtoreil Th
    Tliousnnili itf each thatanlccd+ ti ; to 1=Il\ I"'Jtl'! q I'rIInlnturelr
    Oflice at Gainesville. Fla.. IMaiutiiV's ..Att0111C22iw: Rare JSarwin cirry rnc. trail r. I a-d amI'brnk..n t' )W:>. 'nrntnti fntenjoy"mentnf beco"mchecrtulandrapidyRainabutxiueultaand1eaah! ti-
    \ told,and blCa iltrari'Lbly more IX'r.t.11.1('Ill :' +nlStnnt:thandli'erunslt alth iSSJCXOTZZ i-

    Jan. 12, lSSS. / The above sale is postponed until the I An Immense Ptov-k from World's I>o< t hrnn ucTothodY'.nvarrrn r rout b} :. '-thda'ioa.ixi'Osure.OverlraiaThu nny: oWurodifaseav.H TIEA: MZIT.-Ca,11at ,$3.Tv3ili3Sw$7"

    Complaint having been entered at this first Monday in December, the same being Makers to suit all ta.-tcs rn,! prs. Over vouril'uN.i ti'o kart.'ofrrwj-"aewot i 't'I.: ..,!!I" ,,Ol y07r troublw.,.kthatyonnendus nn5 eecnr9 HARRIS REMEDY CO., Hrc CHEMISTS,

    office by Jesse J. Fox against George ]t. the 5th day thereof, at the same place COO: tliiiCrent: styles to t hoc: fr
    Sutherland for abandoning his Homestead and hour .T. }:" BOWMAN Sheriff
    No. 14237 dated May Itith 1884 I J. IJI.\\( .-'hll'lu'r'It:. :tom .\ !a"' : :.
    Entry latiiu-.tirk, Ilea Ar-on, 8 ir)>Olr) 5't,Ol>::. 1ttNf <""
    upon lots 1, 2, 3 and 4, section :30, township I The above !sale is postponed until the ()UC:.\:\s..-.U.i-..>:i Airm.l.r, In.UAtcI, AIi \J\\ -: A

    24 south, range 37 east, in Brevardcounty first :\Monday: January: 1S8S. the same: Day State, ft>ii l-, S7OO.Easiest ';'I.!

    Florida., with a view to the cancellation being the 2nd, day thereof at the same Tern: ever heard pro Frost :?3 i, -t1 v r \: .'
    of said entry, the said parties are place and hour. will v '- 8.t
    hereby summoned to at this office J. E. BOWMAN. to 10, paid monthly, airo an 5 ,, ,,.,f t..
    Elegant Instrument. '. .-' ...: .
    the 13th of March 188 at three Sheriff.The -" \ r.. .J,'
    on day .. \ .
    o'clock to; respond and furni>h testimony Ono I'rire to r p.m., !' al o\e sale iwstixjue.l until the first Moii-I In 1laill"lfl'S 0'1'Ut;:IAnl'I."n a'tl1l" 'l..tatioJ .)...... 'F .. ... ,'tlt ...< .. /
    I 7'' .
    abandonment ._, ; ... .
    concerning said alleged day in February, 1SSS.tlit< ' thereof,at the game i>laoo and hour. This square way l'U"Ut"lI to i.l the:o.\t..t I'riel' reprc!:cntt n healthy life.ThrvJ0'Lcut ."n!:t sar' h a life a*thov amoy
    SheniT. its various scenes. \VUo use the Maith's liilc Ilcacs.T ; q
    J. E. llo\\M\N'
    S. TCCKCK. t. Register. So caw in lu't fi-om/ t/". I'vervtlifntr i" plain orna.rQ--- .11 t
    .ente-1 innatlon Smith's BILE BEANS purify tho bulrectly ( by al'tfD, .
    J. T. G.CiiAWFOKii, Receiver. print,and exactly a*rei>ro 9 .
    The above sale is postponed: until the given in cirl'lllmLl'tt(' : and. promptly ou tho Liver, 'at!'i ruti ISId- > .;riKnrl J'htl.: 1'-.vh.I !
    the I'.vi'i '. thou .. .l milts oil'n buy I tieyw.' They ccQ..itt of a vegetable ibhiRtlon that paiti agog nf this i>u tun-
    Testimony to be taken by R. B. Berch- fir t Monday in March, 1888, same ed. Parties n iu I 01 rewipt of ICc.<< in
    ntli t'on'4lpusent
    .nairiah. Thrcc-r : co equal In medical neience. Thercuro
    field, N. P., Georgiana, Fla., on the :and being the 5th day thereof, at the same of Just our as entire well as tr.ule if n is dine 1-y ("orrl' ponlcr. 'c. I tlon, malaria, and Dynpep, gnu :iro a Nafuartl 'ti'1.iL K'jc EPSr3.

    day of March, 188**, at 10 o'clock, a.m. I dace and hour. I against all iormn, of fevero c-Jillls and rcror, pall ioae, Ht. L.oul. SloJ
    Slieriil': REJF.1fBER.nest j"urt: rcnrt > : and ISrlsht'M dlweawe. Send rem y |'XT tn'ro for a sum- i
    -- J. E. BOWMAN, Bee instrument!!: \ne. ;jioo'.* and s<""< ",. : : '1frctgr.tpalt plo Package and tent" the TKUT2I of what U'e sa, ?. Price< 25 ccntv per bottle.
    : 1. Jrns ri./tl/: 'txptrnr.p.. i zuailcd to any address, postpaid. llOisi': OM- IKSold by drugistM.T.
    D &iuarc dfalintt: 01/, price oar!f: JUIIf., ,", ..r! '. &t GO.. IJUOIJ1U..ETons, ST. XJOTJZS: : : : 3zoClyde's '


    TftBtI 1 Q] r l's) Minor Pursuant S. Jones to an order Judge of of the the Honorable County SOUTHERN MUSIC HOUSE. SAVANNAr,, GA.If I Hew York Charleston and Florida

    a3 Court, exercising probatejurisdiction[ in .

    FOR TGKPCD t.r{fr..rrr and fur Brevard county Florida made Stea.rn.sli.IpThe : Jine.:
    the 7th day of January A.I. 18SS:; in t
    on so. trend for IO: IIUIEItS'
    A tor;,ld 11\<*r <''.!'tt>!" "'.r". the matter: ot :application to t'1I1:11111s ? ( TIDE, containing colored plat Elegant Steamers of this Line are appointed to ale:

    tens. kull.rnd U'C:4 in Brevard county: of Frank Smith, deceased r 1OO enftrnvingq of different tpviees ,
    they are worth,and whereto .
    Sick Head chz to pay the debts of said Frank ) buy them. Directions for Training l FROM JACKSONVILLE,

    :Smith deceased, notice i is hereby given i t l DORS and Breeding Ferrets. Mailed 1 CHEROKEE New) Thursday: Feb. 2nd, 7:15: amSEMINOLE
    Costiveness t Rheumatism for 15 Cents. Also Cuts of Dog ,
    Dyspepsia administrator of said .
    that I will as the Furnishing Goods of all kinds : (New). Thursday, -}..). 9th, lillO; It m

    Sallow Skin and Piles. ('8t\t.'. on Monday, the ::th day of ?March I CHEROKEE, (New: ). Thursday, Feb. 16th, ;::;0 I' III
    to the .
    A.1).1SSS. apply i tfKMIXOLE: (New).Thursday, Feb. 2Hh( 12:00 noonFB.OlV.l
    There better remedy for fhe..e of said for ,
    IH no S. Jones, Judge county anorder Then tt'nd for Practical FOUL-A" i
    Common dUeaMCN than 'A'utt'N Liter empowciingandauthori/ing me to TRY 1JOOK. lOOpiiRO.; teau- tua + FEB.N Ar.JDIN.8.,
    *11U,UH u trial \,111I)110\'c. Price,2Gc I tiful colored'plate teiiKTavinp;* I
    sell the farms in Brevard county, Florida of nearly all kinds of low lit; descriptions Every Sundftcrnoon
    Sold Everywhere. known: ; the Grant Farm Place: and of the breeds; how to caponize; : ...
    __ ____ : plans for poultry hontes: information I
    the Fort Pierce Place, and which are about incubators,and where to buy Alter arrival of the 4
    Xotirc. described follows: f ggt, (scum best ..tocit: at 11.50ver #
    more particularly nitti UK. bout fur 15 Cents. Florida and Navigation Co.'s Train
    To all ichom it may concern: All those pieces or parcel of land known : Railway

    Six months; after date I will present to the honor :as Grant's Farm: Place and more particularly ( 2:45
    sole Minor t(.Jones, I'rob.t,Judge of Bre\ar.l Co.J&im I described as lot one, section three U BO yon need the ROOK OF CAGE Jacksonville at : p. in. 1

    r rfnalaccouutsaud \ of the(tate of township thirty south range thirty- nIlU) ..". L.O mllut- !! DLL.\WAKE Sunday, b. 5th I YE.\1.\S.JB Kun.iav. r-b '..CfbLeaving 1Ft
    E MOOU:% dCcell..d of raid count), and a i 4 Ua : multi Irn.tioDI. Beaatiiuf colored iiltite. Feb. l.'th I 1
    tot DIy discharge an Jniiiiistrator of the fuul eight east containing forty-live Treatment ana breeding of all kinl.C.tge i: NKM\S: >LE: Sunday |
    eettte I'insK\sI>. WES-. N. Ailm'r. :0-100 acre more or less ; lot four in birdd, for plebsnio andrroat. L>> evKe8 ': DELAWARE Sunday. Ftb. l'.Hh
    Tituavlllr. } HI, IKlli.SOTI : section thirty-tour township twentyninth 1 and an Aviary.their cuia All. about How to and 17icob utoik ol i i Minim ft* arc appointed to sail front Pier?), Hast laver New Yoik.j .

    south tlnrtv-tMglueast: containing all kinds birds cage*, etc. Mailoi: fcr and Friday at o o'clock 1*. M.
    1 range 1 o Cents The THruo Books, 4O L'tt i j Every Tuesday ,
    (! I:. sixty-tour and ;30-100 acres more attention will tft
    ASSOCIATED FANCIERS, amid' accommodations arc un-urpasetl. Kvcry
    The height pmt
    Tn tile Umnly Court lirtran County or less; and the northeast quarter of the I 233HARDEEVILLE South Eighth Street,l'bisddplaiaPa. L ', given iiuMm"...; entrusted tt thi> luu
    northwest quarter: of section three, to\\'n-I ,.. nUi-ct all .hipuientsfiom New York via Clyde's Florida line:, Pii-riO, East Kirtr.
    Florida. south thirty-eight east For further iulol'1t1ltioJ1llpply to
    ship thirty range I ,
    1..1. I.EO'Hgl'nt.:
    J. .\. :TKAI: .\ t'l1t. -
    In the matter of the petition u f J. T. containing forty-eight acres more or les ; I i -inandina, Flat."S W. Hay M., Jaclv-ouvill-.

    Darin, as administrator of the (tate of and also that piece or parcel of land in 1 THKO. G. E ;ilt: Tmtllc Manager, WM. P. CLM>K Ai CO.; OFN'L .\4.1':000., .

    Wnt. F. Iiu.sell: deceased, to> sell realMonging sail county and 1 1t:1tc., known as the I i' lUoudway. N-\ M.Y.IKOXMOXGEU 12, south Jr., iieneralTravehun Wharves Philadelphia.Aueut. Jacksonville.. i" iioaduay Florida., X. Y.r.
    tstate: and lh'51 rihl>11 as lot i
    to aid ttate.. Fort Pierce Place : '
    TI'"'p. Russell, James .\. Russell: four, section ten township thirty-live I : Since last season VENTILATORS have been constructed on the iron steamers for the

    David Y. Russell, I.ucL.. Davis, C. I D. south range forty east.containing sixty- i! better transportation o! Oranges and Vegetables,

    ('alter and John Carter, "a:*i also all person* four and GO-100 acres more or less : the "Jones' Point. .
    Intel\8t of all the lands mentioned Notice of Iiicorporation.We
    entire acreage: Cimfit C'l'iri the .S rei JudicialCimrif
    Whereas J. T. Davis as administrator being: two hundred and fourteen and lia of the} undersigned, have this :th dayof

    of the| ....tate of ".m. F. Kus:;oll, deceased, t.0-100; more or less ; for the purpose ot fif Flhrili, llreMrd County. Xovernl-r, Isft7: a : H'iatetl (III tlvt-x together -

    has: filed his application to hell the Co II In\- paying the debts of the decedent Frank! .A.. Perfoct lit ("Wll'cry. under and by virtue of section 1,

    tag real estate belonging to said estate, Smith as shown by the schedule attached rou : .\a1'01I11:111)* 1 chapter 1,!'>7 of the Lawof Florida! approved -

    t"lt : Half intent in Lot :No. one<< to the petition tiled herein mid all nnd 1 February llth! 1. 74, and the
    tct1on 15; Township $;>, Range 40 east of I other debts which may be properly A HEALTHY HOME John I. Howe. Bill for Foreclosure ainendniC'iits thl'rl'tllI1ull'r the Corporate

    Lttvard, ('o., Florida, containing fifty acres: I proven as charges: against the estate of v*. !' of Moit agc. name of Canaveral and utli Florida HailKoad !

    gad *lso.twenty acres known as the south- said Frank Smith. Rydersmitl !' : Company. The principal place of
    eru of 1) P. SMITH, Administrator business ofaid Company shall tIC in
    VftKHi York 1'laee, heing in To\vn- Indian River. l\ Millie Kyilfr. j
    *'hlp 36 ofthe Estate of Frank Smith. on I'revard Florida, and
    IauO'etl Section 7 fronting 38-4w Canaveral, County,
    Indian It apiKMiini: hy aUkl.uit, made in the for which said Company L
    River, the southeast corner coin- ; nho\ ('.*ttt'll c-an-o 1)H.. L. Gaul Jen. purjKteC

    *1.fft>n haul river, thence running \OT1C:. : solicitor for ronirlainant1: *. that the ,1<,- formed is: to construct, operate facilities, and maintain for-

    h\'arJ it0 the west back line, thence Fine Front Lots commanding n new ft-mlant. I*. Millif Uydor. i is a uon-re- !I a rail road and terminal
    awl) of and
    lwan>, thence eastward to the river, Stateof Florida, \ I j hlfnt ol the Mate ot Florida and I thataid public use and conveyance i'er ons
    thence !? .J t1 t1'e011rt. The aid 'il road shall l he lt>-
    t.1ntan wthward to l binning, so as totwenty County of Brevard. ) of forty niles of the river, high > 1*. >lilli' IJyder: le: ide- in New York eatetl I'revard {"uuntFlorilla n am!
    acres all in said county olliee is unkiioun.
    *: Hannah )[. Gaser. I I state and h'r'I''t\ *t Titn., ille and
    tn.11 To
    State ,
    hall at near
    fur commence or
    division the heirs ot
    ; ( ainon and dry for health and anti tliathe! i U over twenty-one yeari
    said hel'conotitietl that :a writ of ; direction
    t>tate. You are that the aid run thence, in an easterly over
    1 of '. it iheirh; orden-d
    a I
    Now has been issued against ,i the Atlantic
    this is to ('ommal1l1"ou ant l each of attachment you leuuty it cannot be I 11*. Millie Ityder he required' to answer the most advantageous rtuttto -
    I attached to satisfythe
    you tu and your property Ocean, thence, in a routheajterlydirection
    U-fore the the hill in
    appe3r undersignedat demur plead to
    to. to m to. or
    Con of' 1). I.. Gaulden.
    demand to
    said Ocean
    Judge of Urevanl ( lith! of along or near
    tnnty.Florida, excelled. aid caue; on or before tin day .
    .ll1s amounting to S23.: Now unless you shall I the of Canaveral,
    offi((' at the Court house, in Titus. Jones :February, .\. 1). 1>SS. or the same will at or near Bight
    tile the Hon. Minor S. 1'iver. Thelength
    I'lurida un the 5th day of March, i appear ; he taken a? confessed and this be ordered : with a branch to Banana
    \Ii)> 11 of the Court and ex-oflicio will be about 2miles. .
    8 Judge County of said rail road
    to how if have week for forr
    cause, any owe a
    tiiv"i you published
    petition should not"be granted, Justice of the Peace for said county 14th at Large Lots at Reasonable PricesWritetoCAPT.R.A.HARDEE consecutive wet'in\; the FLOUIDA SJTAK. The Capital Stock of said Company -
    (JJierwie the his office, at Titusville. on the day I be f0R)0, to be divided' into
    sail 1 1 1i '
    f- Same shall l>e taken as con- o'clock a 1I published in county.Witness.
    y11. and the case IK allowed to proceed ot February, A. D. 1SSS at 10 I I i newspaper. A..1. Stewart clerk of saul 4,000 shares of SIlO dollars each.
    t..r in the forenoon,judgment will be rendered .
    : WlXsOX.JlExuv
    1 and the seal of said court at the! Pnl'aH.
    lIVen under my hand and official seal against you and your property sold county Court House. Titn \'ilIe.o'lorhla, this HARUISOX, Trustee.J. .

    this 3ht aj of January, A. I). 1888. to pay the debt. A. D. II 10th day of January. .\. D. 1SSS. i T- IlERXAKD.X. .
    MINOR P. JONES Dated this 4th dar of January. A. A. STEW.U'lClerk.. : N. 1'EXXY.KOKT. .
    . 1SSS.
    ' Point 1.. 0. Fin. I By II. Atkin-on, D. ('. : H..o
    County Judge. l>. 1,. GAULDEN'' Plaintiff. City "fTHE




    SPECIAL COL.UMX. -TwolOxl2WaliTentsare offered for we would advise them to come and see FOR SALE.A I Indian River

    Sale, cheap. Apply at this office. ; Titusville, and note the many advantagesand tract of land on Indian River in the' Bakery
    I. Local advertising inserted in this column for flueceLt. of Erevan, consisting: of SS I J
    and county
    per line each insertion. No charge made for -Doctor Lamphear has located in I attractions of this town surrounding acres t it being lot No. 3, and outh half 'Wellington Avenue,

    188 tban 10 cent Titusville permanently. He is a disciple I I country. of the northeast quarter'of section 35, I' TITUSVILLE. FLORIDA.

    FOR SALE-For the next thirty daysat of Hahneman, and will devote his time I! S5'- We particularly request that and lot No. 3, being the southwest quar- Fresh Bread, Cakes and ConfectionenConnUntly

    a great bargain one handsome modern- to the practice of medicine. He is well i our subscribers will be good enough to ter of the northwest quarter of section I on hind '

    built, new, 7-room cottage with semi-de- recommended.We I note the time of expiration of their subscription 3G, both in township 31 south, range 39 of BOSTON FKENT11: !, jILII.nlXb
    This is desirable piece
    tached kitchen, cistern and wharf, front- account to the STAR as set forthon east. a'ery MILK BhE&)1.lH':
    ing on Lake Worth with 5 acres of rich noticed the steamer Twilight at hammock, soil of rich quality, suitablefor TO ORDER.
    the name-and-address slip pasted upon the raisin of all tropical fruits. Is
    hammock land attached. Forty young our railroad wharf during the past week. Partlf'lI. Balls. 11 hies etc catered. for with ,
    cocoanut trees, and lawn et to grass, their newspapers or wrappers everyweek. situated at the Narrows, near Enos post- care and attl'lltlOn.Utrt'.. s Xun-IntoXlrltlr.c.e
    This elegant little steamer spent con-
    land all new and cleared.-A great bar- By reference to the printed and office. Will sell cheap for cash. For health I.IVlUjl ne.rallt'. a eta perbetue.

    gain, will soon be worth double price siderable of the time last winter on our I pasted slip our subscribers can easily I particulars address Special Prices for Hotels,Restaurants,Etc.
    Address river. She is owned by parties interestedin E. M. LOW.
    asked for it which is $4,000. observe whether their subscription is G. 4L.TREC. Proprietor
    PORTER & POTTER, Real Estate Agents, the Standard Oil Co. Sept. 3. Broqkton, Mass. -----
    over"runnd also how it has to llt'llt.
    2 long J. 1'IUT(JI.tltD,1're.i
    Lake Worth Fla. -Messr*. G. H. Altree and Howell I W. 1. BROWNCger.
    favor if shall! esteem it a our

    I h. Jewelry for Sale. Titus, who left here, Tuesday week, on a readers will give this matter their attention J. McGlaslian, I INDIAN RIVER

    I.11 LADY'S RING, set with 2 Diamond, 1 hunting expedition, returned to Titus and send in all over-due subscriptions BANK.
    , Pearl, and 1 Emerald ; Lady's Ring, set ville on Monday evening. They report TIN AND SHEET IRON WORKDone !
    fr .
    with 2 Rubies and 1 Diamond ; Lady's'f at their earliest convenience.Worth I I. Titu,,\'illc. Florida.

    T Ring! set with 2 Diamonds and 3 Pink having spent a pleasant time, but the Lalit' Touu I..oh. to Onler on hort Notice. i I. A GENERAL BANXDfG BUSINESS IRAS.

    Coral Stones ; Lady's Ring, set with 3; ** trophies of the chase" appeared to be I Roofing and Guttering a Specialty.i SACTED.

    Rubies, 3 Emeralds and 4 Diamonds. rather scarce. I The undersigned have quite a number I I .
    I with 3 of lots of Lake TITl'.S FLA. 17 : Exchange/ lu.rh; an.loil. JMCU! tsj j lprltltptitttCittiOli.riven
    Also a Gentleman's Ring, set ; good in the new town ILL- collections. Loan
    Car- I
    large Brilliant Diamonds.: All 18 karat -Bishop Weed Arch-deacon "" will purchase and improve ----- I negotiated ou lii-t uiortrajjt tin savin.:.

    t ;gold: and genuine stones. Owner,having penter expect to visit Indian River and for partie at a distance. A.l'UOS1] ln.1TIT et Bank allowed Corporations on timetlepoits.81O anti fruli.illu:11j.. : IAter
    no further use for them, will sell at half Lake Worth from the 20th to the 26th PORTER & POTTER. I

    Ii their cost. Rings may be seen at the inst., and during this: time will call upon General Real Estate Agents: I II :,\ LLE, FLORIDA t1 Office Titusville. Lake Worth, Dade Co., Fla. :
    FU.mID.TP. I
    11 ,. all the missions on the Indian River I On First-da- Real tatt'
    t Keep full supply of metallic and wooden I
    LOCAL LACOMCS. coast, expecting to arrive at Lake Worthon I
    r Coffins Cases and Caskets. Advances made npon available euliatrnu;
    r the last date, above mentioned. jR. j ;' _\Apprmed-in paper thstountril

    -Don't forget the Fancy Fair on the II. Liggett, Esq.a leading young i f I Funerals attended if deire.1.11 orders :i Draft on all1'art" ot Luropv.I.u .
    executed and at reasanarates. >inc-- done at Jacksom rate
    13th and 14th in-t. I promptly ,
    attorney,of JacksmviiIcspent] a few daysat I :. Embalmimr done. 2- I i Ever} favor l'OU'bttht! : w ith MJUUUbanking

    -\r. Howell Titus left for New this place during the past week. On I n __ i cheerfully t.\ l
    --- -- ---
    " timyrnaon Tuesday.A Monday he acted a* special master in the i J I :, l'OIlaoorO'> ::: >: lank s.f.laektiviL'r,
    Rout. .
    oq A. M. Hamilton & Co. :I Jacksonville. 1'rho >l'aJoarllatil)11a1:
    : full lineof trunks J.BirnbaumV. sale of some property situated north of nrnri! I Batik, :New York.BAYVIEW. =
    -- -- -------- --
    I 10 All styles at low prices. here, which uas bid in by I). U. Fletchers _/ \7l TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA, COTTAGE

    for R. H. Jones of JH..k"n- ,
    The Board of County Commisionersbelt I assignee I Wholesale Dealerin
    r. v ill e. INDIAN RIVER,
    a short session on Monday.

    -Dr. McCormick has completed his -Died, on \redne- -ty, Jan nary 2"th.. "' .', Indian River Oysters Term ACcoruuiKiUti LouLo.itll.4 ,* i n"'-tilnnng the hintervies
    at Canaveral Lighthouse, IrJIarj' ui,.11htIJlj;. L".ltth'U. Lea* t' u. . Cape >
    in North Titusville.Mr. ,.. .
    i tasty little cottage .1.:1.: I I the x* s bd!>t"'n titer. '" hii'It I. 1.

  • I Burnham, relict of the late C':'.pt. F1SI-I Il'iiitinu awl ti-Lirx-
    S. Ryder, of Rockledge, was in .
    Mills O. Burnham. She was horn on
    , ... town, Monday, attending to legal affairs. Green Turtle and Game.All ..\(hh'l1). holler, 3iiTO, Fla.)
    the pith (.f August, 1820, and was therefore .
    I -Dr. \''. P. Orndorff returned from a .
    in her GSth year. Her los i i- orders will receive promptand careful at-
    I -
    hit down the river on Tuesday morn- mourned by her five daughters and a tention,letter whether or person.hy",telegraph; IT Late Worn & Jnpittr! : U.S. M M.1'apencrcrs ?,

    ing. large circle of grandchildren and great I
    Carried>ail to the head!
    -Mr. L. C. Oliver has received
    grandchildren. -11II .. of LlklW"lrtil; : by hack, and from thereby
    loads of lumber during the past few -We have had quite a number ofEau TITUS HOUSE, I boat to any jmint on the lake

    laye. Gallie resident* up here lately,all of I I

    -The steamer! Picolata commenced vhoiii were surprised at the rapid) :growthof POWDERAbsolutely Titusville, Indian River, Florida. Alvin Hendrickson, Proprietor.

    {! running down the river on Tuesday Titusville. On Saturday last the I I Il -- -.
    :. 11. PITRDY, Proprietor. i Over 6.00O.OOO PEOPLE ijst
    . morning.The. ast-sailing schooner yacht Cygnu ofEau Pure. iI I

    t Firemen held a very enthusiastic Gallie, arrived hero, having: onboard 'I This powlt'rnt'Yl'l'varici' .\marvel of puii- Large Airy Rooms! ; Excellent Cui \ 1WW> SPEP5:

    Ii meeting at their hall, on :Monday Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Walton, nom ty, strength l'ai;than and the ordinary lio'esouiene! : kinds' and Move cannotbe eco sine. IF J *.J O.M.FERRK4CQ.tdmttted totetM

    6'': evening.Mr.. Mr. ""Ill. Treutler, and Master Claude sold in competition with the multitude of I Largest are seed omen
    low tost, short weight alum or phosphate This well-known house is now open p. In the worM.
    : A. L. Hatch returned from a kValtou. The Cygnus wa in command powders. oM only in can*. for the of I D.X.n.lBTJkCO'lSEED:
    Royal making iWdor :o. IOC Walt.X.Y.. reception guests.St I J Iaa.t.r.4......
    I visit to Jacksonville and the SubTropical of the courteous and obliging Captain -- -- -------- -_- u.Y.rfI11I
    Chas. Young. She returned to Eau I '
    last Friday. PALM COTTAGE
    Gallie on Monday afternoon. ANNUALFor
    i -Mr. G. H. Altree left on Tuesday'strain Lucie House I 1883

    ti for Sanford,where he will probably) Thursday, February 23rd: ha been TITUSVILLE, FLA. ,, REE winbs TO ID&IW ALLapplic&atl.

    advertised as Brevard Day" at the J ui.
    ,remain for month. .
    "T a \ \ ......
    Sub-Tropical Exposition As the President i- Reasonable Hates Pleasant Location. INDIAN RIVER, FLA. cum lut{JID.n nIa-
    -Extra copies of the STAR may oat admit*
    and wife are expected there on the alErarypanoaunx
    always be obtained at Gray's newsstand, Near Grand View Hotel.
    been refurnished is
    now openedfor
    22ud to remain a day or so, this will give
    J. :M. Dixon's drug store. under the Carden.Fleld"FlornrSEEDS'i
    in our citizens a chance of taking in the Mrs. G. YJ. Mackenzie, Proprietress. guests its old proprietor managementof and I =:
    -Mr. Meyerthe chargeof Sub-Tropical, and also viewing the President FERRYCO.DotTOltMlClh
    owner. D.
    the ice factory, is getting along quite _
    at the same time-a chance that A NEW & USEFUL DIGRESSION.

    ' rapidly l with the machinery. will not offer itself again, perhaps for a l Jas. IPniiie, !Hrop. A. L. Hatch & Son,

    -:Mr. X. C. Bryan has gone to Jacksonville I long time. Everyone on Indian River, I h."\> aMt'to my stock: of Watches Clock, DI-ALERS ix
    1'latxl Warf, Jitlry etc : a complete hue of family St. Lucie, -
    S for a few days to visit the SubTropical who can possibly get away, should go. ,
    Mfdiuuc*, a flue uriJe of Ci.arl. Cigarettes lo- --- --- --- GOODS NOTIONS
    I and "do" the Metropolis The rate by rail will be very cheap, Notions b".c/)and ami Pipes Florida; a colleitiouof ClJriolitiel1 Faucy; apcxxl liooJ stock'ofMAtiouer *, lo\s. DRY ,

    I General Bentley and Superintendent though not fully decided on as yet. > and an a'sortuirlit of Caudy and Confectioner NOTICE !
    \'; SoisvorKk.-t and table Cutlery. Hav.tucdiipUicd I Hardware, Crockery, Saddlery,
    Moran, accompanied the Grady ex- -In the last number of the Quitman the *bo\eat my New:Store, AVa.hiiiKtou Stationery Family" Medicines
    A\euue, TItu-\ille, iron are respectfully ,
    cursion part to, Melbourne last Thursday ([Ga.) Fne Preti we learn of the sad united t" c,ill and examine.the same to satisfy A New Business house, in a fine location -I Garden Seeds,
    and yourself as to }Inca! sod <(nalit>, whether you buy for sale Call
    Friday.We at a bargain. on
    death of Mr. Frank Finch: of that place, .r not WATCH UEPAIKISU A SPECIALTY. GROCERIES
    Late..t approved IIl>itrIlWl'nt.. and Tool, and :Uyears' CHOICE ,
    killed thrown from
    arc pleased to state that Mr. G. who was by being a '
    practical eernnce tu the watch and jewelry PHITCILUDYEET,
    F. Eusey i is gradually recovering from run-away horse against a pine tree,crush- bu-nif I shall spare no painstakirg to please as I ; Hay, Corn, Mapes Fertilizers.CITY .
    to article and or Repairing, and Sore' TO I
    and illness in the skull above the left prices I 13tf Titusville, Fla. I ."LOIUD.'.
    his recent"ere protracted ing just MEhIT A FAIR MUF.E OF TOCK: PATRONAGE. P01VT,

    and an early restoration to health is ex- temple and rendering him unconsciousuntil : n'. ('. c. nU\\ IXG. -__ _h -- ---- -

    r death followed in a few minutes BOBBINS & GRAHAM

    'o pected.Mr.. Jas. :M. P. Poole, of Bainbridge, Mr. Finch: had recently had charge of HOWELLTITUS. ,

    . I Kentucky, was in town last week, attending the public school here at Titusville, but ..-tJ........ ......
    connected with being dissatisfied with the position returned -
    to legal matters
    Pool & Billiard Room
    the WooltT estate, in which he acted as to his home at Quitman. At the REAL ESTATE BROKERS & LOAN AGK8T.

    administrator. Ho returned north on time of his death he was returning with MAIN STREET,

    several of his comrades from a horse race ... .
    a short way from home. TITUSVILLE, FLA.Sole .
    -Prof. Ferguson, of Boston, gave a
    violin specialty entertainment at Wager's -Rev. James Young, of Sherman, Agent in this section for BROWN'S LANDS BOUGHT AND SOLD.

    Hall last which meritorious Texas delivered a temperance lecture on GINSENG TONIC-a Delightful and ex- cent.
    night was
    : Loans Negotiated on First Class Security at from 12 to 24 per
    and highly appreciated. He probably Monday evening at the Court House: hilarating Beverage. Always on draught. .
    I attended. He Try Choice lots in Towns will net investors 100) Jr
    will repeat his entertainment here next which wa quite largely it.vv rapidly growing ,

    week. exhorted the people to form a temperance ..RNING.DON'T : cent. in twelve month

    society, but did not meet with great Residence lot:; in Titusville from S20: up to $1000. _
    -Tlu three fish and oyster establishments BE DECEIVED BY COMMISSION Business lots from $250 to $2,:.>00.
    success, as one organization already in the North advertising to pay laiye
    on the railway wharf are doing a prices for Hides Furs and Skin, hut sell your
    started here the fast season was forced
    large business in their line just now, and j gouda at bouie. Tor highest prices: ship them to P. 0. Box 250 Titusville. Florida.
    to disband on account of the non-interest
    i l the reputation of the Indian River fish C. E. PONTIER & Co.,
    which was manifested. Mr. Young undoubtedly -
    oysters is now known to every town in Oilamlo, I'l.i., box 32.; or Tampa }Fla. GRAHAWL
    ; think Titusville i is unwilling box 30. i A. A. STEWART, GEO. M. BOBBINS, WALTER
    the State almost. St. I )1.BREVARD .
    Augustine secure*
    to join in the temperance cause, but WANTED TO Clerk Circuit Court. Atty. at Law.
    her largest share of the articles of foot THOUSAND
    there are plenty of temperance people ONE HUNDRED
    from Indian 1iyer.Archdeacon GOMPAE
    1 here, who were not present: and who i r la.o.w Ctreerj, Salted ABSTRACT OF TITLE

    Carpenter delivered avery knew nothing of the meeting.Col. i I ALLIGATOR SKINS.

    !' interesting address, last Sunday E. M. Bartlett, of Eau Claire, \i HERON PLUMES I Complete Abstracts! of Title furnished to all lands in Dreg

    ., : afternoon, at Wagers Hall, the subject Wisconsin, who is visiting and is a guest !| AND BIRD SKINS OF ALL KINDS I aril county, Florida.

    being a "" Brief History of the Episcopal of Col. )L Grover who, in 1S72, put out bought n.'fereul'e'lrst in s avnn. National Quotations Bank of on Tampa application.For Titles Examined and Perfected.
    Church from the of the i
    reviewing days near Sanford Orange { further information call ou or aJdresa C. E.I .
    an orange grove i
    F down to the I 1'OXriEi X CU Orlando Fla.. Box :3-J7: ; Box 250 Titusville Fla.
    Apostles present century
    county, and who has been all over the I or Tjmpa, FU. Box it 33-Cm -
    t Services were, also, held in the morning, State for the 16 that the j
    past years say
    I I, to a very fair congregation.. Indian River is the place to invest monevif :; GRAND VIEW HOTEL, i WE CALL THE ATTENTIONOf

    } -It i is with that I I winter and I II
    pleasure announce anyone wants a good a
    I the of Indian River stock of Goods
    I people to our
    , r that the Templeton Opera Co. have engaged I nll-the-year-round home. In his judg- TITUSVILLE, FLA. I which we are offering at very close margin.

    I "?ager' Hall for two nights next ment, to raise oranges, lemons, limes, --0-- We make a specialty

    r week, the same being Friday and Saturday pineapples, or any of the citrus family, I The most! centrally located Hotel in City

    the pith and ISth inst. We hop and also vegetables, he would advice : -0-- Groceries Grain and Flow

    I the citizens of Titusville will appreciate any Northern people to settle on Indian I I NEW HOUSE. FIRST-CLASS IX Hay ,

    i the enterprise this company shows in River; and onaccountof fish, oysters and EVERY RESPECT. ol

    i visiting our town, and will give them a fowl being so plentiful, living is reducedto On which we will give special inducements. We carry a stock
    Open all the year round. Table Unsurpassed. -I :
    full house. Their expenses are large, and a nominal sum. We agree with the Bath Rooms Free. GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS, BOOTS AND SHOES, HATS CAPS, ifl I

    !. there are quite a number the company. I Colonel, but he has not told oneeighthpart Rates, $2.30= & $3.OO per Day. Which we are offering at low figures. Those needing shoes will find it getA tiff i

    This is, undoubtedly largest and best of the resources of the Indian River their interest. to give us a call as we are selling shoes very IOK.

    Comic Opera Company that has visited country, and if our Northern friends SPECIAL RATES PER WEEK. We will be pleased to quote prices at any time.

    our State. contemplate buying a home in Florida I J.1.. MILLER, Proprietor. 3D. L. BEt. xvrytr cfcj :13H.OTHE t


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