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 23, 1888


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


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

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


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VOL. VIII. i TITUSVILLE, FLA. THURSDAY, FEB. 23, 1888. XO. 44. ,'I'"_

The President!' Con>tisi 1o Indian .\urun1 ia. I will be as !skillful in managing the office I and-late breakfasts were general the ST.\TI.: ":1\"S. 19i.

River. 31 r. ',",111. C. Shcying; was at Daytona as herself.3Iiss next morning.The r lr

.V dispatch! was received yesterday last week on business.: lIe i is engaged; : S. Sam- was thrown from a mule I late hail storm did more damageto The chimneys of the Alcazar St. Augustine -
125; feet
are high. 1
rtatius that the President and party in the orange grove business: to a considerable and dragged fifty yards before her brother I tomato vines than at first supposed ;
extent. could reach her but she in fact The congregation: of the Oviedo )Iethdi -
visit Indian River, !spending ; managedto a great many of the tomatoeswere
would The the shock in few andis (\ t church cleared off the debt or$: O() i
appearance of Mr. Brown's* new get over a days, so badly bruised that they have
day here. They arc expected in fifteen minutes the other
about one cottage: on the Avenue has been very now trying to accomplish the same since rotted on the vines, and the vines day. ,

to arrive on a special train tomorrow much improved a coat of paint. A feat again. were so seriously damaged that a great The engineer: corps of the Orange Belt, .

and: the Rocklcdge; will remain over to good example set for others to follow. Mr. Tom Pagan has been staying with many of them have had to be cut back. Railway was busy the latwek: at San

catty them to the Hotel Indian River. 31 r. 0. Thompson, brother of Mr. II. his uncle, Mr. W. R. Sanders, but has This will\\ not only lesson the crop, but Antonio: in laying out the site of a new a

Preparations for his cumin: in the wayof S. Thompson: who has been in ill health now returned to his home in Hawkcs-: will also cause it to be a great deal later town.

f floral decorations etc., arv being made I fur the past few weeks: is now convales ille, Ga. The many friends he made than it otherwise \ have h;('n. A meeting is called for-next Saturday

cent. We arc happy to see him around tiring his short stay here were !sorry !osay SAM.STiTK 'I Aiopka: to complete the organization U

tti-daj. again.: good-bye. -------- -- of the South Apopka Immigration: Society.
Indian liver i is fortunate! in seuringit ; XIWS. }
---- ---
Mr. Curti, of Springfield: Mass.: has
; visit; : from the Chief Executive of the been .stopping; with his friend, Judge E. llmi Gallic JU-m*. The rite of confirmation was administered A circus can pull more sick boy: and r

land, and every one will he glad to welcome Sackett. )1 r. C'urti:05sS looking: after Mr. Geo. Zair is shipping beans and to- to five candidates by ]fi-hop Wood :girls out of bed than all the doctors in t

him and his charming: wife. his land here, and expects to make improvements latocs from his place on the Banana at Tampa on last Friday. tmvu. disgustedly: : exclaims the StarkoTt '
The salary of the acting Collector ofCustoms JcyrajJt.The "
Thrice welcome to Indian River, 31 r. in the near future. We arc Hi,'cr. i i }
always pleased: : see .strange; fatv.> among: The t'nll1crfaggie Dillon" is in our at Tampa, T. K. Spencer, has Gainesville 7'mmagitates the.
President and wife, and we hope you been increased to $lr 00)
> annum
: per idea bonding K
Us. harbor, just returned from a trip up theSt. ;: the county for $.))0KHI
nahave hutting impres.sions of our Aurultia'vill be one vast orange: :grove Lucie. G. V. Burbridge, manager of the Jacksonville and expending( the entire amount in

tropical !section of Florida and garden .some day. A great portion The yacht "Eva,"' a splendid specimen Base Ball Club, is trying to organize making ;good, solid roadways throughout
a State league for the coming the couut ". '
------- of the place is located in the famous of a sloop Visited our river on Saturday

'l'Ju Tcmplelon.s, "Turnbull Hammock.' The soil is rich and Sunday last.: season.: : The Oxford Omnye-fsafi is authority .

and very productive. Land is !sold at At Tampa tombstone will shortly be for the statement that 3Ir. Vanhusenrwho '
The Teuipleton Company per announcement Capt. Bonnet has erected a fine tent
low figures: as an inducement to actual erected to the memory of the two priests lives on the river, raised: with 'his
,appeared before good houses (ill his Eau Gallic lot, pending the erection -
settlers. who died there during the late epidemic, own hands and sold _,-tOO worth of -
at Wafer's Hall last Friday and Saturday of hi.* new r('-illeucc. vegetables
3Ir. 3Iar.shall of Chicago, 111. former Rev. Charles Petcrman and Rev. Felix from three acres of land last
i in the 4'3Iikado"and )la eotte. ; The ''Kelpie" is fast approaching completion ,
To show that our people were well owner of the whole Aurantia tract, being Swembergh year.
under the hands of her owner, \\ .
pleased with them it is only necessaryto : the pour:; of five hundred acres }I. Adam.assisted, i by the :\ft.:,&r-\. Hodgson. Friday evening, while a negro woman, As an indication of the prolific blooming r

state that the house was crowded the on the north side i has recently purchased who lives near Bond's Mill, was returning of orange! trees, the Oviedo Citron-

.ccond evening; of their entertainments.In of 3Irs. B. K. Bliss, of Boston: to her home from DoLand, she was, elf received this week from C. O. Swan
)Ir. John McAlister has taken out of
the "Mikado," Mr. Alf C. Whelan 3Iass., her five hundred acres adjoininghis. : while near the cemetery, assaulted by .son a small twig of an orange tree that
Ko-Ko. Miss Alice TIITOK..Hi his muck bed a large quantity of humus, three tramps. She repelled their unwelcome had clustered on it ninety-two orange
wakes a splendid I ____ __ __ ,
_-- n which he i is !spreading over his orange attentions with and blossoms.
great vigor "K:1tisha, and Miss Herminie

Pal tcie. as "1 um Yum," delighted the : nis. grove. -- ----- a lightwood knot, disabled two of her Deputy Sheriff Stevenson, of])cl al1cl,
and excellentoices. Mr. IJ. J. Mints has returned from assailants and beat oflfthe whole crowd. Was in Orange
audience with their acting : City Thursday to serve a

\' i Rockledge, where he has been busy shipping dicorgiaiia. Aderholt, a cripple decorator, who has mandamus, i issued: by Judge: Broome, t

'La )b-cotte" was the general: favorite his orange crop. Recent :showers make trees and vegetables : been in Sanford for the past few days, upon the County Commissioners, compelling
look and growing.
iu which Miss Vane, as Rettina (the The next social party will be held at green was requested by the Mayor, on Thurs- them to meet in session to take

Ma.-cotte: ), had an opportunity to displayher Mrs. Hamilton's, on Saturday, February Several settlers are pushing: the cultivation day, to leave town at once for the offense action upon the petition to remove the

talent, showing; that her training for 25th. A cordial invitation to attend is of their groves and extending the of "lifting" a gold pen from the establishment CourthouseGadscn i'

with extended to all. setting: of new trees-select kinds: of the of A. J. Phillip Anderholt is
the stage; had also been tempered : county is much in need of a
that indispensable factor of stage actin Those who have been able to attend Irani, lemon and the peach. said to he "an old bird"and has a weakness county surveyor. Since the death of ,

<'IJlcrience.1: r. John Reed took the the meetings held at LaGrange duringthis (Georgiana: : has a future of which she for laying hold to things that belongto William Gee; this county has been without "

part of Pipo, the shcpard. Mr. Reed's week and last, express themselves may well feel proud-superior climate, other people, as well as for signing an official surveyor and the lack ol

fine voice was highly appreciated by the much pleased with the services. healthy location and pleasant and nat- other people's names to notes, drafts, such an officer has"caused considerable

audience. Miss Palacio appeared as the Some of our citizens are planning a ural surro mmdings.: While most of our etc. trouble in establishing the lines of lands

]Princess Farnietta, and Mr. C. Hartley trip to Jacksonville, this week, that they land is not hammock: yet much of our The Orlando Reporter "fishstory"editor bought and sold.

as Prince Frederick. Mr. Whclan, as may see the President and his wife, andalso' pine land i is high, rolling, not thirsty says that two men by the name of 3Ir. Uer ell has sent his sand-hill I
Prince Lorenzo XVI, kept the house and underlaid with a marl bed, making Johns went fishing in Sand Lake last I
,take in" the Sub-Tropical. .. cranes to the South Florida xhibition, Ii I
hushing: : at the comical feats he would Our Sunday school is enjoying the this :section well adapted to the eultlvatinu week, and caught some of the largest says the Orlando Record, These birds t

perform in the line of facial expressions, of vegetables and small fruits, tropical black bass ever seen there. One monster are creating much
books A comment throughout
hymn recently purchased. : ;
and his "hit upon town topics were pleasant hour was spent last Sunday and somi-tropical, being freer from weighed nearly fifteen poun sallll, others the country, and he is in receipt of a -
loudly l applauded. As a comedy actor wind and frosts than west side locations; ranged from ten down to seven and five letter from 3Iassachussetts
after the regular !services in practicingthe making inquiries -
le i is hard to beat. The Templetons and most of our need of fertilizers is pounds apiece. They were caught witha about them).

'en'quite surprised at the interest taken new hymns. shipped from Banana River, on whose still hook and hated with "shiners."
The social held Mrs.J.E. AV. A. Finloy, of Reddick, reports the
at Brady's
was shores and make
sea-grass, moss\
here in their presentations: and it was Fifteen poundsdon'tsound big for a fish, t
with regret: that some of them left for well attended in spite of the inclemency a most suitable fertilizer for our lands, but the size will, perhaps, be appreciated discovery of a wonderful cave two miles

anford on Monday, where they had en- of the weather. The programme consisted which makes everything :grow that one when it is noted that the largest fish was west ot'th:1t place. It has been exploredfor
of tableaux and shadow pantomimes needs to cultivate in the line of fruits five hundred feetand the most: wonderful
Zazciucnts: for three or four eveningsthis ; over two feet in length, and ten inches
varied with music both vocal chambers are described. The
week. and vegetables. In this way much is wide.

'-- and intrumenta1.Ir.. Darling, of Boston saved out of the expense of buying: commercial vault bristles with beautiful stalactitesof
----- Orlando
The / that certain
favored with excel- iVrwvsays great size. It is to be further ex-
kindly us some fertilizers. A report from the
The California Freeze.
parties in that town are committing a .
lent piano !solos. One of the best thingsof Philadelphia market shows well for our
The Pl'talulUCalifnrnia) Courier is most reprehensible act in throwing out
: the evening was a duet in costume en- vegetable raisers on the Island in the About 25 in gold and silver has been
one of the few that "cannot poisoned: food for the purpose of killingcats. t
newspapers titled "Strictly Confidential," sung b3Irs. \ line of beams, cabbage, tomatoes, etc. In I I found in the ashes: of the house: of old
tell a lie, wherefore we are enabled to Elk llollcy, who has charge of
Strahan and Miss Lounie Harrison fact we hold] superior advantages over Dick Ho-iter. burned down at Quincy a i ii
obtain from columns some facts bearing the clearing up of the streets, says that i I
locations along the river. lost ago. The money hail been
Some of the people of :Minn: attendedthe many
disasters that within the last week he has gathered
: on one of the recent up
visitors place indeed. highly saved since 1S57 by his aged: sister, who
exercises held at Mr. Jack Carter'sby to our are :
have: befallen the Pacific coast "Paradise. no less than fifty-seven dead cats. At
Cartcrville school Arbor pleased and new comers are coining to lived in the house with him, and was
the on la\,
The Otnrier unbosoms itself as this rate the city would soon he without !
and Our fine river location given to her by her deceased ]husband
follows. and were highly pleased with the enter- buy stay, a single cat. There are many cats that
tainment. An opening piece was sung erelong: will beheld by a c1of men during; that year.
"If:unbJtlrY Potaluma hasn't a are prized highly by their owners pets,
by the Misses Collier, Richardson and who will not :sell, but hold because of loss The geological surveying; I'artJin
flimate he is a falsifier: and the truth is and they would feel greatly the of
Mrs. Harrison interesting the desireableness: of a home in this charge; of Prof. Wilcox, back to
Lowe. an came
them. There is law the throw-
not in him. Last Monday, January I.ft' ., a : against
The few chances that remain ofI Fort 31ers from the river
reading, and several other appropriate place. up country
\ had seventeen degrees; of it, with ice ing out of poisoned matter, and if this
two inches thick places, frozen streets essay, recitations, etc., were rendered I river fronts it i is hoped' will be taken by practice is continued it should be most Friday. They were well supplied' with

and :MJOXV on the surrounding hill Wehaven't by the various scholars. The credit of ;j I actual settler.who come here, like rigidly enforced. I .specimens shell, corals, etc, The inhabitants -
the affair i is due to Mr. Gibson, the teacher. many others to make a home the year } of the shells died long beforeAdanih
offered anv ot it for sale, for Circuit Court at Ii-sunmce adjournedThursday.
His school numbers about thirty round. Term- are very reasonable for I tams'. :Shells were found entirely -
1/'s '
Angeles alw:1ill advance, had a' A large j ortion of the time I
scholars and their advancement speaks cash: to settlers.: I new. in a :geological; standpoint..Ju.tus .
ronuuhtlw. A traveler tells us that orange I of the court was taken Iup with the trial l I _
well for his ability ns an instructor. Remember the home-of I hr. Wittfeld : II. Rathhone, founder of the i
: trees in that celebrated citrus belt of the celebrated "cabbage case, which I
had and his brother, Peter Wittfeld. a- Ileirhh.1JulfIJiIl order of Knights of Pythias, will makea
ice tags: eighteen: feet in length.: Wedidn't I
('011 rt IU'," Ink Drops. :, :: place.Leke tour through: Florida, and deliver lectures
ask him how tall the trees were. Okeechobee ;
Whether the Arctic region; are shifting; The many friends: of Mater Horace'i' I" upon the history and merits of the

down Sams are glad to hear of his recovery j Worth. order at Yariou points. He writes the
the Iiston Co. for in the
upon us or we arc shifting: up on i : damage :-- S'I,
them i is the question. Wo do know from a long and severe il1nc- j Fine weather. of $2-VMJ( for failure to transport officers of the lodgo here, :says the Tav-

howcvor. that the frozen truth i is that Professor Peck and family are on the j More visitors coming ii:. I crop of cabbages; in ,violation claimed, I,, ares llml, that he will be in Tavarcs:

w<> arc freezing: -into everything; in sight.It : eve of their departure for Cocoa. Sorry j Twelve arrived on Saturday, the llth. | of his contract to that cll ct. This case I in a short time due notice of which will

i< a :game ot freeze out as to whetherWe to know that the air of Courtney doe The Ina came in from the B. I. R. on 1 j was tried in Orange county once and a :: be given.

will thiw: out the North Pole or not agree with them. the ltli.! I|j verdict of :$:Hv;,0 )damages; awarded the i The revenue cutter Crawford arrivedat

whether" the North Pole will freeze us The continuous rains of the past fortnight : The Bon Ton left on the 12th for plaintitl'!; but the verdict wa set a-ide !'I: Cedar Key Wednesday from New Orleans -
mt. and trial Since then where she has been undergoing
the a new granted. :
have greatly improved -
vegetable Tituville: loaded with tomatoehaving j: '
------ 0-ceola has been c-tabli-hcd and repairs. Her officer, rei,.)rt great improvement -
,the outlook of which appeared !' j county
crops arrived up from Miami on the 10th. |!
J'ast Monday night; )Ir:;. James G. gloomy to that time. :, the ca-e has gone there. At la-t accounts in the speed of the ship, as a
|>iLLl'\ Quincy, and the inmates of very up A-si-tant-kceper Allen of Jupiter light J JIcime :! the jury had been out about ten i consequence of the substitution of metal
her Mrs. Randolf Sams and daughter have I down the 13th::: to for ;I
h on
ust., wore aroused by the noise ofa i: arrange hour, and the prospect wan a di.-a :ree- for the clumsy wooden sponson She
returned to their home in Beaufort, S. C. .
terrible conflict clearing a part of his wet side land. : leaves this week for "
;going: on in the yard j!I ment. Key Cot, lut will
and on the back porch. It was too dark They speak as if Indian River may be : i in future make Cedar Key her lead-

to see what caused the uproar, but in their home at some future day. j indulge I Tne hook and ladder trucks for which I quarters. .

the morning it was found that a wildcat Quite a number of Courtneyites at- i I says he will stop and interview those Gainesville is to pay $SU') are still resting The final decision of the board of trustees
had entered a room in one of the outhouses tended Episcopal service, held by the :, New York papers on his way home and | ; in undisturbed 1 repose at Young- I I of the .\uhnrn ale Episcopal College -

and attacked fig:C young: setter Rev. Mr. Julian, on the 5th inst., at tell them what he knows about sharks ; : :gloVes stables. No company has ever i as to when work shall' be begun
Iu1'pies the Baptist Church at Merritt.A that i is the sharks don't swallow -' been organized them in the
belonging; : to Col. Gibbes. The' provided to operate ; will be made within the next two weeks,

badly demoralized and after the I kicked in the chest by a mule. At firstit The Ladies' Aid Society gave a social i News reached Palatka Saturday that broken within six weeks from this day. I

Conflict showed skns of great terror. was thought she was fatally injured. at the residence of Mrs. Robt. Moore on I the boiler of the lumber mills at Satsuma -I The college, when completed, will cost

of the puppies were killed and one She is, however, gradually recovering. the east side on the evening of the 14th, owned and operated bj the Satsuma between $10,000 and $50,000. The people t

lnJ red. Just! before daybreak the aggressor Courtney is soon to lose its fair postmistress J and a very enjoyable time was spent. Lumber Company, had exploded, tearing I Auburndale(: have $20,000 raised

returned and made a second at- but we are glad to hear that she I The attendance was numerous, amuse- up things generally and killing two I toward this amount, and the Bishop is

tack, but was driven off: ". will put a substitute in her place who ments were plentiful, the weather fine, negroes. prepared to make good the deficit.


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He Can :Never be President lie is a I Proceedings of the Legislature for the : II. C. Sfarrk, Proprietor

Tlilrty-* eveiith Da-.
Foreigner. THE .ENGLISH GOVERNMENT MAKES A ;I Manufacturer of tine Havana
14 UNDER AN ENGINE FROM A BROOKLYN MILWAUKEE, Wis., Feb. 1*.-Mr. L. In the senate a. number of bills were re ; me-tic Cigar Trade and l\
ELEVATED ROAD. I McCabe\ of this city, is cousin of Gen. ported. A resolution was offered directingthe I hmd madegoods. Ori1er with ti;
II R'crt'tarof war to furnish to senators | promptly flkd.
I Phil Sheridan. The I Factory at Iabhar. F la.
They Are :Not to be Prosecuted for Publishing who might; ask it certain information as to .
Four Persons Killed Outright and a general has on sev"eral .
are ----- -- -
the distribution of copies of the records of -
'I I of Proclaimed )Jeetin !,
Dozen or More Receive Injuries, Some of .1 occasions been the rebellion by order of members of the OOO Budded freer FoTslAt

0/ 'iL..J.\ visitor at Mr- Ilnsso-French :Negotiation Coiitinne. ,
"\Vhich May Pro\e Fatal-The Accident : a Forty-seventh congress, which it was explained -
McCabehome* Other News From Over the Sea. 'I the secretary had refused. Mr.Riddleborger Low Prices.
Said to lie Due to Carlessness.BROOKLYX .
: The latter was seen LoNDoN, Feb. IS.-The announcement that explained that the British extradition 60,000 in
N. Y., Feb. 17.-The most terrible 1 Nursery.
V ; Journal reporter theprosecution : treaty having been temporarily -?-
:: by a the government has decided to abandon
accident that has occurred in connection : W. II.
in executive session by a vote of .i3 to Apply to SHAKPE
and ,
..... } to-day of Irish for publishingreports .
with the building;: of the elevated ( newspapers 21, his resolution for its consideration in
.1- / .I w hen a.sked for of meetings of proclaimed branches ;I 'ity Point. Fh.
railroad structures in this city, took place .r.-r-u public was no longer; necessary. He was ---- -

this morning;: at 9:45 o'clock, on Broadwaynear ...... ".t"Iffi.. 'v "fi some facts concern. of the National league causes general surprise called to order by several senator for revealing -

'" EUcry street, eastern district. The :: _A", ...v7'V"; in g his illustsious and the reason for its so doing: is variously executive session secrets. A bill appropriating X \ ll'S:

steam engine used by the union elevated :: ; -. cousin, McMcCabe, : surmised. &WWA) to finWi the public building -

I :, ensued on the general subject of public
Ht"i.1 under it. GEX. rim. SHERIDAN ami api-ears to "press clause, was formulated expresslyvith
a avenue car was passing;
editors in !1 buildings.: At 4:40 m. the senate 'vent TIII IIO.\IIK \(;
fJ Irish
The tngire cra ,h(1 through the roof of the i about sixty-nine, Kiid that the general was a view of imprisoning p. I\fl.
them :; his cousin and 'visits him every time be accordance with the interpretation given to into executive session, and at 5:40 ad-
the leing
arid For ami
car passengers, among: : terms Dimple copies aJj
several women, were buried in the ruin I came to Milwaukee."Would it by Tory nvi;istratej, and over the nue s- !I journed. ,.

Ambulances, fire engines, and hook and : yon like to see him elected presi- '. thin of its inclusion in the bill there wa. aprotesteil '. In the house; a number of bills were re- CHAS.H. XAl'MAX.

: dentr aske the reporter. and bitter light: the governmentius.i I>ort.l. A resolution was offered by Mr.
ladder trueks of th. fire department were
I soon ()Ik the scene and aided in the work of i "Why not, if he could her McCabe an- ; >ting upon preserving the severity or itprovisions. .< Xllttit: of New York, reciting;: the resolu- Ilaulover P. 0., Krcvari! (county Flsis. .1:1.ll .

the 1 tions adopted at a convention of seamen in -
re.scning th- jieople under the debris. A swere.1. A5 .so ji as possible alter coercion :

of laborer. employed on the elevated : V.'l.e: risked for his reason for the remark, : act went into operation tliic.m-_' Toledo < ). in January last, denouncing the 'LRI .;:.
gang ; I
F : in force and number of !' overloading of vessels., and calling on the
rE'pb'.l: was put quite a large ,
road were also put to work immediately to .
assist, Li th? work of rescue. Seven jieople I .eBrt.luse Phil Sheridan was not born ini I Ii Irkh editors, including Lord Mayor Sullivan, secretary of the treasury for information. I;:I*! on Ilannna llivcr in jiuiitu.: ; ,

were killed outright; and about ten or more i i, this country. The houw in which he was :|! of Dublin, have been made t'. tel it- rigoix A 1m"a.. also introduced to prevent the to suit.

received injuries. The wounded were takento born is not a stone's throw from my early The Miggestioa; therefore that prosp'-u- 1 I I overloading} of vess'lA supplt'ml'utaryUrent.y House r.wl Lot in TitU'vilK.Younjr '.

houses and stores in the neighbcrhoo.I.where ': home, and I was bern in eland. Only ': tions und<*r this clausi> are to lx su'';vnded deficiency bill was repotted. A bill Oranges all sizes anl1I'ri.,. .

receivedall the attention j a native-born citizen can be made presjI -' in the zenith of Mr. lUlfour's career \f brutality was ] discontinuing the coinage (IfI 1.
they Sour
po- quantity. Stock.
sibK I : and tyrauny has set people to won- three cent: pii-c s. IVtitioiis weie pn-sente

t On? man was reen in a grocery store ith dent.Mr.. McCabe was unwilling. give further deringat; form of outrage: is t1 1 10e :.uisti- favoring; the ,.Plication: of worsted cloth Four Sail floats. of diflvn'nt c.ii'it.,.,

his head cnishe'l !l. He was struck by a i i details, but said the locality of Gen. Sheri tuted t'r that of imprisoning e lit(>rs of ; as woolen cloth m:.! favoring; Ss'cly action One Ducking Ii'at.

heavy timber. Another was taken into a dan's home was the County Cavan. in the nevv.sp: :ii"ers fur the heinous oifense of printing : on the abject of protection t,) wo , ; and marutactuix-i-s. The bill Pacific
i requiring
north of Ireland. the newsIn
nl'arhH'luor store, liadiyi: iialed. A i.
lumber wagon had just j>aoe1 under the : He added that the statement that Sheridan th) absence of a more plausible explauition : iailr ads to maintain nUll oj<>rate telegraph It by toy or l-.n-: .'r tor:

derrick when the accident 'UITell was born in Ohio was nut true; that his 'II of the government's proiKscd nctiui it : lines was n\iclieil on the calendar, and Enquire of

I mother still alive and could testify to i i.< suggests that the Freeman"Journal has : was di-cusSvil without action. At -I:40 p. nx.
The following u a lit of the killed and injured was ; P. I '. \Vr:>: :-o.\.
his McCabeX statem,>nt.- given the correct anv.ver in its accusation the house adjoumed. *
so far RS their names Lave been o!,- ; ; Tituvilh.I..m.. 1, >'''.

tained: against; the government, of haying employed I! Tiirtj-iijhtli Daj-.
,' KHJe Charles Kirschner employe of the police agents in Londonderry to revive the I The wnat was not in session yesterday.

cl' ,ftcil railroad. No 1>J Fulton iareet. 1 Albert Heats the World's Kccord In a ghtot ot Fcmif Um. The crop of editors to : In the lions a bill was passes granting :r A- vJSDELmONICO

I'ut. Clark, employe cf the elevated rail Six-Day Walk. Ije harvested ttd garnered in Irish! jails, being : right of way through the Indian Territory

way.'IhHoas; ; IYomi:, Feb. ;.- 1ol.tly l>eforo"clo s very s!n>.:*.. it is argued; and there being to tlw ( h Thompson driver of the hers very political- : to l be male out of their HOTEL
-k Saturday: evening; Allierts finished his :'A HMintioti was ndoptwl calling; on thl-
car. last: lap of the ilU miles of his walk, which imprisonment; the government Iris sought tosecretly : postir.jtster general; for information regard- ,
unknown mark of identification. inert violent offenses to the
An man; no -1 more
put him even with the heretofore champion. i ing the (fans for the grievances compLiiiutli
end of bagging a larger number of prisoners 0 >.U>.\. IM>1AX: U\U:. I 1. \
( Fitrgcrald.: At that time the :spacioUs jrar.j i ff in the Wt.sft'n1niJ service, and whether
Injured-Edward Peak, of New York. cut ant protlucing a greater degree of i olitical .
j den was: filled with men of all conditions'i any: lniproinent or extensions have been X< wl> rKr.i.d: ltc.i.iiis. I.., .i Tai :
in the face. effect in England by representing: th. incorrigible '
i of life and a fair sprinkling of I : made in the la>t two years. Four bills relating -
Jacob Bender of New York broken lawlessness of the Irish.Whether .
: leg women and the* cheering effect of their : to alcoholic liquor trailie were referred Terms: 8'2 pc'r I )ay.
: and there IK truth in this
arm. I any theoryor :
presence was at once felt by the walkers, to to Mr. Camplieil's committee instead
T John Freeman, of New York, scalp wound. 1 not, it cert-iiiily finds many U'lK'ver, and rat.-t tin L. .
vi hose lt'rfunctortrides something like a i :, (If the District of Columbia committee, Spt-cial l.y w. i>r n.m.iI
Miss Mollie Young, of Brooklyn bruise I the per centageof IH.T.SOHS in Kngland who .
i manifestation of interest in their task wasadleiL here they had icon previously referred.A I
body.Martha: believe the Irish < capable of committing -
jK pe \\3I.: JAKVIS I'rop'r.
} : number ,of rej'()rts on private bills were

:Menton, of Brooklyn, brains dashed I i Albert stayed oil the track until the ex- any species of atrocity against the : presented, and the house began the consideration I
; out, fatal wound. queens loyal subjects and violating; any and TI/'' y "* *f Mm to St"'IIII.." 't /-.,". ,
I }'intioa of tho 14'2d hour when he retired, I I of bills on the private calendar. A _
Thomas broken ankle. all of tli' laws of her
Gaffney. leaving two laps of his G-: ! Nicholas of New York ",'ounll.I i : far (below the of Irishmen I
scalp Just! before he left the track he was presentt..ltn very jiereentage successfully by )!r. Springer demanding -
Judge Peterson slightly injured. who believe that nothing; is too mean, dishonest Security Mutual BenefilSOCIETY
.I the spectators by one of the mangers and : the reading of the cllgross..l1ul As !:
Thomas dishonorable for the
Vosburg slightly injun..tJohn proclaimed the greatest j>edestriaii in the or present govfrnment i i the bill was not engrossed the house at 4l0 i
Duane of New York shoulder dislocated to to in order its
:sfeoop to uphold
world, to which complement he replied in a ,. !i p. in. adjourned.
and other injuries. policv of oppression in the interest of dissolute --
graceful leech of thanks.
George DaJ..c.m.'ert'ly crushed. si iilisenteu landlords. whoso only claims to I Thirtt-Ninth Ua,'.
Of the titty-four men who started in therace .
Jobn--Meehan. severely crashed.. consideration are the titles they disgrace.It ; : In the imte memorials and petitions and .
a week ago, only thirteen were in at the i '
John Freel also received serious internal I finish and eight of these covered more than is lian-ly possible: however, that thoministry a number of hillsVeiu reported, one apI I OFiXlilAV
injuries and will probably die. while not admitting that Mr. Balfour proprhtillo.OJO: ( for the erection of a hall i
!i2j miles. The winner finished the freshest
It is now learned that the body of the man ; has gone too far in the enforcement of of records in Washington. Mr. Voorhees defended --' YORK.
the week he rested
man in the race. During '
who could not lie identified is that of Michael I his Irish policy shall believe that he has been 'I the congressional library building I
minutes and
nineteen twenty-six
MeAuley: a workman, employed on the elevated over-zealous, and that the abandonment of commission against the charges of extrava I Xo. 23. HrcKuhvay. X. Y.
i seconds, and his actual score in 141 hours was ;
railway.Mrs. I press prosecution is the? beginning of considerable I gance. Mr. Plumb spoke against tho Blair
'i;Ul miles and l.&X yards.
)Mouton one of the injured died at 1 I The following is the closing score: Albert, j: modification of the government's ] educational bill.! Mr. Roagaa defended the I I LIFE INSURANCE AT ACTUAL COST.

o'clock at the St. Catharine's hospital. methods in Ireland. ; admistration of tho postolKce department.Bills i
i21 miles, 1,3'JU yards; Herty, 5x2 miles, COO I
John Schaefer, the superintendent of the I i ii i were passeil" appropriating si;0,00 forI j :SFlN'I) FOR CIIJCULAKS.:
Guerrero "HJ4 miles Hart 54'i miles
yards; ; Negotiations Continue. j jLOXDON
elevated railway, workers, was placed under the enlargement: of the public building at '
arrest. : ticiU i ; yards; Golden, 5W miles, S-MJ yards; i Fe},. IS.-A dispatch from Vienna j Newark anti .f.VXKTJ) ) for a public building \

The accident seems to have been caused by I Moore, Ml= miles, 1,320 yards; Strokel, .VJti t' to the Standard says: "The negotiations fora at Portland, Ore. The senate at 5 p. m. ad- j Opened for the Season.
miles sso yards Noremac !"i::T miles. 440
; Russo-Frencli alliance are in a forward I
: -
very journed.In .
the beam not been sufficiently !
upright having yards; Dillon. ?>04 miles, 1.1,:; () yard; Tilly, condition. France only hesitates as to i t51".A: man who is intercstci in hiwn
well secured in the granite sockets the house under" the call of states bills
i ,
aiO miles, l,*:!O yards; Taylor, Sol miles; when the treaty ought; to l>e signed and how welfare will be plean-il to know that
and when the weight of the lifting machines and resolutions were introduced and Feferns -
I Sullivan, 33 miles, 110 yards; Stout, 01 from Bismarck '
to keep it a secret ; who, it isexpected
came upon the platforms, they gave way. I miles I i District of Columbia business Wa.Ilthen ANDREW GIBSON
would at once declare war on !
The wooden beams were examined by the considered. The first bill called was j

rcporjfrs and found to be much decayed : ::: !:t Dakota. learning of the compact. ; one prohibiting lottery advertisements in i Keeps the fittest oysters to l>e found i ill

where they snapped at the bolts. I. BISMARCK Dak., Fe!e 15.; -The physiciansof Russia no doubt will make a treaty with i the District of Columbia. It was finally referred |

The street car it appears, would have i Mandan are unable to check the spread of France, and wait on the negotiations with i to the judiciary committee-yeas 117, i inays TJtusvillo.AND .

escap *l tha accident had not a horse and smallpox in that village the first case of Germany. If the latter agrees to her Bulgarian -I 11;). A bill was passed. prohibiting SEI\'.:" IX STYLE TO SUIT 1'TIUX"0 .
truck intercepted it at the time. The truck 'I which was found about two weeks ago. A demands will be left out of pool-selling or liook-miking in Washingtonind
the and, it will be -
horse shared the fate of the car horses. party cf men came from there yesterday arrangement, for England Georgetown on races and base bit!!. A

Coroner Lindsay was early on the scene I afternoon and reported that several new to say whether Kiissia shall become dominant i bill tl) appropriate $:*->,(li>J for a bridge Plain and Fancy Cake made to trier.Ji.Jr's .

and made the necessary arrangements for I cases had broken out, and that jieople were in Bulgaria, which would mean the eventual j across Rock creek at the Woodley lane came i! Jlreml (ahray m h>m
holding au inquest. already moving out of the district.; But one occupation of Constantinople by that i>ower. j! up, but was in it acted upon. At 5 p. m. the !:! attarht-l.!
Al-o fir.tclasHnrber shop
Should she it all a
Thcliodiesof Kirschner and McAuley were patient has IUHMI removed to the pest house, j forcilily oppose Europe i j house adjourned.
r would be involved in war.AVhy < 1 I: Meals at all hours; from 5 a. in\ tollj1. nij
the Avenue station house.
taken to Flushing and it is !said his nurses became panic i mau
j Parties le irng to leave on morning
The other bodies were removed to a neighboring I stricken and left him with no one to minister i Ui..m'lrl'k I'redicts 1'eace. j jBCRLIX I: Fortieth Day. boats and hacks will please note this.

loft. They were terribly mangledand to his wants. A Bismarck restaurant keeper i ion Fell.' !:>.-Contrary to the general i i iexjiectation 1' In the senate bills were reported and placed ------ --- -

presented a truly sickening sight. It is I hearing; the story immediately left for the railway bill introduced in i: "ii the calendir. and others were introduced I

, not definitely known how man}' leople were j Mandan to take care of the sufferer. The j the landtag;: yesterday contains no provision t: :and referred; on" to compensate femalo PIONEER COOPERAGESyrup

injured, as some of them hurried to their authorities of Bismarek are making an effort iI' | for the construction of lines of strategic im-|i| nurses for services during the rebellion, and i

homes without reporting; the extent of their '' to restrict all traffic and communication lietween i 1,, portancv. :i| inother to prohibit: : the sale or gift of tobacco Barrels $2.25.

wounds but it is lielieved the list will reacha I'I'r I' Bisimrck nnd Mandan, which are i I It would appear from this that Bismarck ':;: to iK-rsons under sixtc"mt in the district. The J Gauged to order. ton centsxtrs..

; total of thirteen or fifteen. only separate by the Missouri. rivur. 'i| expects the U'lssiin dtfmind tolio in such a i',: I'iilflhiI resolution for an investigation of and Repairing.
i -- I It complaints about iiif ilicient mail service j Wheelwrighting
THE SOUTH AMERICAN EXODUS. ; .\ Fatal rfiotakc.NEW form that Ger'rumy can njree: to it. and that i I
i '
Tlk !
> li' etlucational
.I therefore extraordinary preparation for a ', bill wastoken C. () P .
ORLEANS, }'eI 17.-In parisha
Senator J:. K. 1'ruee Interviewed on the I ,defeuv of the Herman frontier is unneces- up, Ilmviey.speaking: in oppoition.i I
Milyect.IXWAXAPOLIS few days ago an old colored W01l11111.bry i{i bill for compulsory education of Indian i Honey barrels ama! Oval Water Irpaerm!
Driver, poured a quantity of rat jwison sary.. I
:children: was taken up, and without action j from 62.00 up.i .
Feb. 17.-Senator BlancheK. I which she mistix for cooking soda, into a _\,l\:c"l in K''it lur His Country.PARIS the senate at 4tJ p. m. adjoured after a shortjxpcutive

Ilruce. formerly senator from Mi!'sj
but now a resident of this l'itwas asked his I e it en by her laimly coasisting of 1 I a Il'tt:1' t"> l'1' uo'., :\ -J".l..ot.! re of the exodus all kinds ol COO PEl: WOUK to
proposed to
| herself !her daughter Gnn-e, two grand- order his ",-n. 1'nuc." Loui, to quit the Italian adopted assigning the svx-ond and fourth |:

houth America. He replied."There i! children and a child named Nelson. In a I ar:ny. 'vnich M. De C-issaguac; says, is Monday in i-fh nvmth to District: business.A T. .lOIl.XSOX.: :

is nothing in thet.n&1 exodus, ) few hours they were all taken sick.: : The : openly org-mi/ing; against Francv. and. to : joint r-. I i. >a w.t., p-issM.1 appropriiting; I..aGrang(', : ; ,
either to HouthIllt.'rica or to other foreign
. The any j I grandmother mother and one hiid soon take his 'wnrl whertiie point may not lie r';:!.:J4Jt( for j.ri.iting: -'pies; of ti-! -' rep ,rt on -- -- .
land. Sl'beml''uln two classes !
s ,
; 1! lied The other ('hillirenutfer.11 terribly l directed against his c-marry's heart..taItii : tuttle ami ilairy product* A bill was reorte1 -
I one eoinjiosed of honest simple: inind'd; mm 1 when .
until the following day they also die ll.I .
l> fr< !u ways >.i means to provide: for LEDGE
without experience and without th.rl'mott."t :: (:"\".'rnnuutODI Orf l'r"'. BOOK

contvjtion of magnitude. of th.' venture: .Jinn!>< .-Thu :8outhue.-terii railway the purchase.. r..u.-1 States bonds by the I ,

the other i* composed of !..hrivrs.M think : 'V' liP-. Feb. 15.; -At Secnuini-j, N. J., : pursint to gov rnm.-nt or.! 'r, is holding i I secretary of tips treri>urv. A bill appropriating
...i."I'i for the Hock Florida
they see in the pn\IoN'Illllon'l11eut ai opportunity I jvst-r.lay. a heavy treight train on the Dela- its eiitirc freight system at th, dispral : ? creek bridge: on Indian River,
the road ti'; '
to house
t.. advance thair personal fortunes. 1 ware. LacUav\anna ic AVe.stern railway : of the government for military purposes, president's was pa".1.

1 "rsonv of the latter class, I am informed. lJUNPK-1' ; tl.:: .' track awl a moment later the and contingents of Ural (.'0--\1';: :ks are r.?- Th. urgent dertfi.-n..y. hill was taken up and
{ '* nsidere/l ....
: by .t'l1ls. A b'll etc.
have recently appiaml in northern communities toiler exploded. Pieces of machinery : be corning w '.tIurc'hit war I. was iutrl- i Winter Homes
. i'i-'-1 by Co. ', of New York. to pay to New
as agents soliciting money to curryforward ]I iron seemed to fill the air and :great excitement ,
.\ Contriontiim-i York 2I2$7
liviIIiic.Ciizcco. city bonds issutil
to the
the work. To l'Ill'OUraesuea men i| was tuu.ti in the yilh;;,'. How theE'ninl"l'r

is to i>ut a premium on fraud ami in the estimation j j ;:: nnd fireman escaped injuimIs a Feb. IS Although the Anarchist union defense committee that city in I""il Building Lots centrally located
aM ls.; At :3 the
Aid and Relief ! of the will do
public, an incalcula- j I mystery but neither were hurt. Two brakemen -
; Lie injury to the colored people of this coun were: It'arfulhhurt, however. Their ':. give the head of each of the tight families l.Jitrtil--Iy- Falling--.--Timbers.- in Rock Ledqe,

of the executed and imprisoned men the sum
try. _ _ names are not known.i .' POINT I'LEASAXT, W. Va., Feb. 17.-Yesterday 1 lift
s ; with .
of > > additional for eac'child -
pervee. hllll .0:' '
: Whisky War in Kentucky. ;i "Jajhaitk Kegulatws. under tiite...n. it is question: honr long IHiniiug. about o'clock, two men 'I With minutes or without' walk Orange from "ton-TIM--, lo-t OB5Cl.

OWEXTOX. Ky.. Feb. 17.-Owen county |: COLUMBIA S. C., Feb. 1\-Louis Bittina, these enefaftions can be kept up. Just now : by the nani" of Tripplett and Elierly were I I and Hotc'I.1.0 I Ilwr lall'lI -.

has Uvn torn from end to end over the ri"I1IY''. if not fatally, injured by: the falling I Can nn oraIItr4lime e mm'r,
up *ho lately married a :young girl near here, the sums of money coining in are v"-rviimll, I

bill introduced in the legislature; to resubmit: 1 was taken! from his house. Thursday. night. while UTM.!1 the indic-itel th b'..:inc-' inhand ui'onh.'. timbers from the scaffold on the I J.'d isis fla'
th l. cal which has been in force in will Kana\\ha railroad bridge. The men areemployes s. uvizi ZttIiI
? > option, i by a hand of thirty men who call themselves : Lt..* t.'xhaast I before many months.lit ,

tuis: country f->r a number of :years. The I. the "Jayhawk Regulators: ,'" anl given itt is pmiiahlt* that another apical will ll'3 of the Kanawha Bridge company, I NI) Ai.KVTtImportant :

, whisky and temperance elements are readyto I lashes: oi the bare ack. each of which drewblood. | made to the ritvids of Anarchy throughout and were immediately removed to their respective --- --- -

, at each others throat Fuel hast i The regulators assert that Battinaleft I the world a-king that peno-lir-al contributions hoarding; houses, where they received -I 1----
been udded to the fl LIRe by>> the that nie: report
a wife and several children in North he ma'ie for the or.eSt of those who All !

the mines of a great many temperance people j' Carolina. whence he rt.' Battin-i are dependent ui>on the full,!. Seen :Negroes Drowned. to

i had been forgv-d by the whisky men to a fled after the whipping; leaving; his second NEW ORLEAXS, Feb. 17-A party of seven I

petitioa which was sent to the legislature. wife broken-hearted. Ileunioii
The CHininz: contest over this promises to l>e I I XE\V ORLEANS, Feb.: IT.-A reunion of river from La Plusite plantation to .
j An Old Lady Attacked: by an Eagle. the Confederate cavalry was held here Monday South
a hot and long oe. Dymonds Fairview place, on Saturday after- I The most important crop 111
1 i I COLUMBIA. C., Feb. 15.-A large eagle; of which a permanent organization was I in skiff. The swells
I noon, a a passing; and efer1
Over the Waters.
Itaciiig swooped down upon a hen in the yard of Mr. effected ami a banquet partaken of. Lieut. steamer capsized the boat. Florida is the Orange crop.

I IVXTA GOUDA, Fla., Feb. I.S.-The first of Barry, Marion county, :yesterday morningand ; I Gen. Stephen D. Lee was chosen president. ; secure a :1 ood

I the series of races between Teenier, Hamm proceeded to devour it. Mrs. Berry, a i Gens. S. J. R. Chalmers W. H. Jackson, one should endeavor to

and ilcKay, the noted oarsmen, camo offyesterday lady seventy-five years old picked up a stickand Wirt Adams, S.V.. Ferguson and others Convict Drowned. variety of orange: in planting a ?rc>fe.

; afternoon. It was over a three- I CHATTAXOOGA, Tenn., Feb. 15.-Yester-
attacked the bird, which released its participated. baTCe
_ _
I mile course and resulted in an easy victoryfor prey and seized the old lady by the leg, burying -1 : clay evening at & o'clock a convict named To do this, and net such fruit >*

: Teenier twenty minutes and four seconds its talons one and a half inches in the Mardi Gras in :New Orleans. i White was engaged in pushing a flatboat inChicamauga ,,,11S tstt
four seconds and NEW ORLEANS, Feb. 15.-The carnival I creek, near Graysville taken premiums at many
beating McKay flesh. Mrs. Berry screamed and fell down, Ga., K "
Teemer's stroke celebration yesterday was fully up to the I with pole when his hold slipped and he Orleans SP' six seconds. was but the eagle held on until Mr. Berry came a fell Fairs and at the New

(. thirty-two to the minute, McKay's thirty- up, cut its head off and then extracted its usual standard. The streets: were crowded I into the water and was drowned. He C. *J. )I

q four, and Hamm's thirty-five. The men talons. It is feared that Mrs. Berry will die J. with visitors. The pageant was of great I was manacled with a big ball and chain, sition. buy; your trees from

r were in fine form. The race was spirited from the shock and the effects of her in- brilliancy, and every thing passed off which held him under the water until life gruder k Son, KockleJire, H2 .

and was witnessed thousands. juries. smoothly. The weather was deli l1tfuL was extinct.




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I :Mrs. Charles Frazer died I A Maine man as an experiment clipped the
OVERRUN WITH I Wheeling from
EX-LOHUJIAYOR) SULLIVAN THIEVES. burns' received by her clothing becoming fleece from a pet Newfoundland dog and hadit I Passenger Department.DeBARY .

, They Even Rob the Residence of the Chiefof i ignited from a pan of coals. carded and spun into yarn. It yielded four

GIVEN IN HIS HONOR IN Police of San Francisco. I At St. Marie, III, Edward Ly, aged seven- skeins of jet black yarn, weighing two and I & PEOPLE'S LINESTEAMERS.

\ A BANQUET SAN FRANCISCO, Feb. 18.-For several teen, was shot and killed by Miss Shelly, : one-quarter pounds and was as soft as wooLA

LONDON.In weeks this city has been overrun with thievesof who was playing with a musket solid lump of coal, containing eighty-I '

every description. It is literally at the Little Tommy Newman was shot throughthe seven cubic feet and weighing 6,351 pounds, .

o to the Toast 4The Honored mercy of a well-organized gang of expert heart by Philip Evans at Frankfort, Ky., was exhibited at the Texas state fair recently 'I

ne.ponJ: criminals. Within three weeks there have who was fooling with a revolver. held at Dallas. It was the largest blockof I

l Cue t," lie Feelingly: Describes the Stateof been not less than seventy-five burglaries and Mrs. Charles Frazer was burned to death coal ever taken from a mine in the United

Aft'a111 In Ireland-Eulogizing O'Urlei. robberies, mainly in the western addition, at Wheeling, Va., from her dress catching States.It I'

2 Other Foreign Dispatches. where the cracksmen have things their own fire at a pan of coals. is said that the most acceptable of all I

J James way. Well-to-do looking pedestrians who An unknown assassin shot and killed holiday presents to a lady from her husband
LONDON, Feb. Stuart, ; have been out late at night, have been "held I Joseph Leavers at Olney, Ill., a week after or brother, or any friend who has a right to I -

Liberal roember of parliament for Hoxton, -,i up" so often-scarcely a night passes that his marriage to Miss Lena Osterman. give it, is a long narrow utrip of tinted 'I

presided at the ban- !: something of the kind does not happenthatmost 1 AU> Nichols was pinned to the earth for paper on which written: "Pay to the orderof I

quet which was !I people whose business calls them out hours by a falling tree near Newark, 0., and s-, -c." City of Jacksonville, :
late now armed. Half the died shortly after being released.
given to ex-Lord go police force
)lr. and Mrs. Lewis American
an :
couple, CAPTAIN w. A. SIL\'r.I .
in the Chester Evey shot himself and
:Mayor T. D. Sulli- transparent disguise of citizens clothes daughter at have been traveling for four months through

van,at the Criterion have been put on duty in the western addition Altoona, Pa., where they had been living. Europe on a tandem cycle. Their joint expenses I Daily from Jacksonville; except Saturday. '
But as all the detectives in the city do Both are dead.J. : .
restaurant last night by this mode of traveling have been
: their brain work through the medium of W. Hacker, of Danville, Ill., shot and
u and a large number limited to twenty-six shillings: a day, sightseeing I-I. B. IPlaiit
I stool pigeons and go-between, the gang knewof killed Miss Mabel Steike, at Belle Plaine, ( fees included.Mr. ,
of Liberal and Par- this order it Iowa and then killed himself.
I as soon as was issued, and CA1T. I. C. HALL
r nellite commoners stopped operations in that direction. An explosion in Wyoming: colliery of the Jesse Ilaworth, of Bowdon Cheshire, I ,

L were present. Mr. : The gang is not averse to a bit of humor, Lohigli; Coal company, of Fort Bowkley, Pa., I has presented to tho British museum the Daily from SanforJ except Sunday.

Sullivan in re- ;i for among their very first operations here resulted iu the fatal injury of two miners throne choir of Queen Hatasu, of tho eigh-

1, 1 1I ws ,, standing to the : they jokingly bade defiance to the whole police and three others were badly burneiL teenth Egyptian dynasty, B. C. 1COO. Thisis
and detective force by entering: the --- the oldest piece of furniture in the world,
toast "To the Honored

I Cable Sparks. the date of which is known.
: house of Chief of Police Crowley, while theI :
Guest of the :, family were all at home, and getting: away The Marquis of Lansdowne, governor general ] An example of economy was that of IgnatzI i Schedule*-JIa.v: Ui>. 17.Muni. .

occasion, exhibited :! w ith $1)00 worth of jewelry. Although the of Canada, will succeed the Earl of I Freund in his Detroit store, who lighted the I
T. D. SULLIVAN. a great deal of emotion Dufferin as govenwy general of India at the 1-\SI'ISII' NOUTll.Arritr..
I whole force, as the chief has announced, is gas jets one after another with a single .
and during the first part of his addresswas on the search, not a jewel has been recovered end of the present year. Lord Stanley! of match until it burned his fingers, and then Leave.:a:"lI I'm J.4.Il\"m 6:30 m

several times overcome by his feelings.It I or even heard of, and not an arrest hasbeen Preston, will lie Lord m Lansdowiiu's succeor.Tau' dropped it into a pile of cotton the result of ":00 1'1Il Ttt"'i J..aft"
Prince i of Wales showed his boobyisn- {I:011 111 1'"l.uk3 1.':."!> a m
would require ho sail, the inspired made. And the same Is true of all the .vliich was a general panic and a damage of I' .
I by tnlkiiu in a lioisterous tone at the play of 9o: I' III 1b'11esMu 11:-1.)I' mml
word of Grattan and the eloquence of O'Con- robberies that have been committed.The $1,500. :lIil l'lU \\.3 1\1:10.' m
I "AriuntIii the Opera Comique, London.
nell to do justice to the occasion which was particular gang that is now reinforcing Ill France francs 12:15) III .1 t H. rlttttwU 9:10 p iu
131,734,827 are expendedon
The audience his ed and "
; "hush.
a 111 01u.13 ,1"1' lit
the motive talent of the here -
banquet to Irish political pris- city, came
merely a instruction and 12tki6fi. tho
not public on
is said that the prince was drunk. .t:::O a 111 Astor :to pin 1
but a banquet to the Irish nation. For I with a circus three or four weeks ago: and I There cementarschool I
ia for .
oners Tha his of fine arts. an 4:-15 a 1Il l' laodiog & (XI i> m
announces approval theeourso
the first time in the history of England and has had a very easy and profitable engage-; pope of every 472 inhabitants, and a primary attendance 5a: ) a III llut Spring 4:15pm
Ireland there were political prisoners in Irish rn nt. The first thing the robbers did on York. Archbishop Corrigan, of New ( of 3S., "'- ,OS((). Of the entire appropriation Arrin"
5fro a III Enterpti.e 2.3J > ui
jails. The Irish people had no feeling in reaching the city was to go to an official in Lord LansJowno will leave Canada in I this year 81,400,000 francs were set down for 9M A in Sanfonl. City Wharf 1::ui i p m 'I

their hearts laying the slightest blame the police detriment who has had the larch i primary education. \Iao a au S-iufurd, S. F. 1C. L'. 1 ::41 p m
will at lie succeed
once 11)LorJ
the English people for the state of thrift to become a millionaire on a salary of
against Stanley) as !. Recently a consignment of 1SS70 boxes of
affairs, knowing it to be the action of a party less than $-'J'JO a month. They told him they governor genera CossFrnox. Toc-oi with St. Johns JailroaJ. I
had been into office through false would like to have protection and they put I It is rumored that an order to mobilize raisins from Fresno CaL, were shipped via at 1'aUtka \\itb Florida Southern laihuy;at Kolleit
that put the amount and the I the Bulgarian; army is about to bo issued. the Sunset route to New York. The weightof ton with .M. J.m'tjlu1 Halifax liter Railroad;
pretenses.Mr. up got protec- i at Atoritli St Joints and Lake EnxtU: Railway;
The has audit
II czar authorized morganatticj marriages the consignment; was 417,000 pounds,
Sullivan expressed sorrow that Mr.O' tiOIL at ivLaml Luiiliiivitli Drl.anJ and St. JolllI"Uailroa.l
among the members of the occupied a sjKvial' train of twenty cars. It
not and declared that young ; at due Span>; with li. S., O. tainl A.Knhvay .
rien was present royal family under certain; conditions. was the largest single shipment of freightever : at Liit: *rj>ri"e with A. t.'.. St J..l I It. j

that gentleman's heart was as tender and i A Negro Itavi.iher LyiHIicd.ST. I The British war office has received ordersto made from California,and regular; rates K.iilrcad, for Titn>\illc; at Sinfor.l with rains of
open as woman's and a man ready to do the S. F. J"ilro.ull'lIr Tampa; at Tampa with the
Louis Mo. Feb. 15.; At U o'clock make a statement as to the mobilization j were paid.
what duty called him to perform at any I yesterday I !>tt'a1l1t'rlUU.ltIT, of the Plant Mesmship Line,
time. He was sure that there did not existan morning; a mob of sixty men marched) I facilities of the country for summoning: re j I A Philadelphia merchant says that, in for I'oint oil Tampa Kay atul Manatee River also

Irishman; on tho face of the globe who I from St. John's the Pinckeyville, III, jail serves. j I opening tho mail in the morning he alwaysi with the: and ri.uit 1.COT'n Steamship; for Line Key illt'allllhil'lIOUE1'TJ West amiHavana

would remain unmoved by the spectacle, I and there demanded Sheriff Penwardeii to i TIM Russian ambassador has conveyed to ,i' 'ves for the last those letters which have t''t'rlOlllla,. and Thursday arming at

could he the sights that had been witnessed I deliver Alonzo Boll a negro, who ravisheda Bismarck the czar's 3ppn.'htiveacknowletl.- "Tho Honorable" prefixed to the address. Key West Tuesday and Friday, and Havana 1VeiLueaday -

today see, and if the time of trial should white woman at St. John's two mont'.., I ment of his l late speech.The__ u .__ _, I' His experience has been that in nine cases Wednesday and Saturday.and S.iturday.lU-turuin: harts Havana

I*) prolonged they still would not lose heart. I ago. The sheriff refused, and they threatened -, lNh Hull. out of ten they arc written by i>ersons who every
I to batter down the doors, and proceeded ask some favor, and make use of the prefix C. HALE,
He concluded with the quotation fromMoore' William Kelly, inventor of the pneumatic"t'CIIII'I'L Ht-IU'rall'a-I't'uj.t'f Agent. I el5ary lourW.11
to; get in readiness to do so when the sheritl II 1 iu a mild attempt at flattery. ;
fioem: known as the Bessemer, died at
"To Erin;" "Thy Winter is Past," etc., admitted them. They seized the negro anddrugged Louisville, Ky. February 11, aged seventy- I| In Buenos Ayres there is a bank which has DAVIDSON.lieiifral ,Traffic Agent, Peoples lune.

and resumed his scat amid deafening shoutsof ;; him fift"arl from the jail and ; eight years.Consul a paid up capital of $.3"OOOOOO, deposits of
hanged him to a tied.fatally I line of discounts 1- __
Bunker amount
applause. died at Demarara of yellow 35KX,000, a 1I

The Socialist nlli. I fever. I I I ing to V,000,000.; The Argentine Republic I

Cut hy a Bu '. Samuel D..Bow. this well known railroad imports $:,oOOOOOO, worth of goods, and of : Geo. E. Chase,
Beaus Feb. I.-The first clause of the
CHATTANOOGA, Tenn., Feb. IS.-A bloody I man: died stvM! !"nly at Chicago, Wednesday.Tho : this sum the United States gets only $),OOO-, I
Socialist bill, prolonging tho existing law until and fatal riot occurred three miles south of I funeral of the lat Benjamin: Kggleston;; 000. The country is already a powerful competitor }
:!al 1S1K) has been read second
Septeml a Helenwtxid, Teiri., Tuesd-iy, at stave millon took place, Saturday.. The remains were I in the market of the world for dressed I (

tune in the rvichstag.Koreigti. the Ciwimriti Southern road, at which : placed i'i the \"aultat Spring Grove, Cincinnati : beef and wheat.A i Ship Chandler !

Notes. lleuben lined was fatally cut by a toy nanvvlSmither I 0. Chicago clergyman, in a recent sermon | ,

Hi *ks-Ik'ach will enter the cabinet. aural several others were badly hurt. An'hlbhop.Jl'm Baptiste: Lamy died at his I on the vice of great cities, gave a severe rap
Sheriff Sharp nnd Deputy Byrd went to the residewV in Santa Fe N. M. I
on Mondaymorning. certain eminent divines who have been in
Two thousand men are still at work seekingto I I at Mont and Vc!'>lc Supplies, all kinds
rescue the passengers in the Austrian rail- scene of tho trouble in hot haste, and their I the habit of visiting the slums to obtain Patent Anchors!' Chains, Ulocks,

way train which was overwhelmed by nn prompt action prevented further bloodshed, Archbi.-h..1' l..*uny 1 l'.lllt Santa Fe :\Mon guise evidence of their iniquity. ''I have i Canvass, <:alnuliZt.'tt"In

avalanche.In I esto II day.Oscar not jierjK'nally visited the vile places of the I Hope, all sizes!' Tents!' ,

the Pnrnell told of Home I Field, the well kmmn turfman, died city for the purpose; of afterward preaching Spruce Ladders,
commons a
Role understanding with Iord Carnarvon in 1 rested. I at Chicago )Iull'lay. 'I' about them," said ho; "that is too thin. l Coppei Paints!' mil's!' 1I gal's, qts.

smiled. Spar Varnish, ;:al'.s, l-ti t:al'sqts, pts.
Ills Creditors> Anxious.KANSAS hereupon congregation audibly
iss 1, when the latter gave him to understand I Political l'uiuh'l's.Ih'1l1cl'llts Oils and Lends, all linut,..
that Salisbury also fuvuivd RII Irish parliament. CITY, Mo., Feb. 1(5.( -S. F. Miner, in *** will send &'natorK'nllt's Indications; now point to the existence of a I
\ of the and I congr I r. w. l.VtI: & (0':; : ::.\IJl'ilXlJ> PAINTS
one largest: dry goods general sHHvh on the tarin'1rrlll ht over sub-marine volcanic crater between tho
---- -- i In fad aeytlaurg for lUiildirn: or Sailing IxiaU.SBarfs .
merchandise dealers of Ashland. Kali, carne
I the land.Subcorn. Canary Islands aid the coast of Portugal.
TERRIBLE DISASTER. hero and called his brut 11l'r-i' n-l.1 w, J. S. I Imins
1 upon I i nilti-e of the Republican =-: From a cable laying steamer in 3'J clegs.; 25 lock, no 1 gist Hay St., IJtCUiOX'II..i..I
A Driinkrii 'an"Ooil Iud in the Deatli of Berkey, and arranged to stay with him for I committee MiTuuicing for the eonveution at north, Udegs.f mins. west, the waterwas r

'u'ral Human i;,-iii;s.HAZLETOX I a day or two, but never returned. It is now Chicago, is r 'pi.ri'tl ti> \"i almost uiiauinmusly found t..) measure 1,1: OU( fathoms under ;. rl...'.

Pa., Feb. )..-News has just learned that Miner had draft. eashiMl for | ia favor ..f Ila: 1le. the low and ..,tll) under the stern; showing tho --- -- -- ----

reached here of a terrible disaster, the resultof S1MW, paid one or two bills and left tho city ] The ].|-"sident has removed the jiolitical ship to be over the edge; of a le.-p depression C. U. !StOTT
s-toiv i'i Ashtand is ,
a drunken carousal, and by which MX human mystl''r..i: disabilities of Henry! II. Marmadiiko, of Missouri. in the ocean Ijottom. The well known great
in the hands of creditors. His (l<'l ts are said ito j
in the lad of the Sea of Lisbonare
lieings; lost their lives, at Silverbrook, a inequalities I\STIIN:
mining village about eight; miles from hero bo away up in the thousand. i I In nu interview nt Terra Haute, Ind., thought to lie due to submarine chainof I

Sunday night about 10 o'clock. In one of They AVaiit IIU Money.NEW Henry <'.HJIsaid he would M11'iHH.t mountains. IIAI1MIMSS1XJ: : SALOON.If .

tho houses situated a short distance west of ) YORK. Feb. 10.-The relatives of the ; U rover Cleveland 11the issue of tariff reform -

tmvn lived the families of Lawrence Muulick late Uomaine Dillon, wno died suddenly, in case the issue against; him wasprotec'tion. LITERARY- -NOTES.The you want a clean and easy shave,

and John Delcher, Iwth of whom keep leaving as was suppo.-d, a large fortune, I'i. ------ serials! in Harj>er's for 1SSS are to bo by As clean as )barberevergave,

lnvirdcrs. Sunday they all came to this are unable to find the money, and have advertised ([ The fire Kccctnl.Curtis' William Black and W. D. Howells.Mr. Ju.-t call on me at my saloon,
pisses to attend the dedication of St. Peter'sanJSt to its whereabouts. At morniiH afternoon.
as malt housj burned at Buffalo.I : eve, ur
Paul's new 1'olish Catholic church, Chamberlain, it is said, will write a ,
and lief ore returning homo became drunk. ,ss, ?rflou; i. IHJOJ on his American trip when ho returns rIlltlt and condi your hair with grace
NEWS IN A NUTSHELL The Apollo biiililing, I'itt-ouix: Pa., was
After arriving home they indulged freely inutolinki ; to England.Mrs. To suit the contour of your face;
damaged by fin' to the extent of $!.",(Klo.
," when they they liecame helplessly Fresh, Crisp (;-iiiu::> of Recent Nota Frank Leslie intends to arrange for To you I''c)) a ;IIIII shun1ao! | ,
A l.liK-k of t l-n iness buildings at Piiilmont
t-tuiicfied, engaging in a fierce light worthy Happenings and llvcnts.Gen. > the publication of a Spanish-American news- The art of which is known to few.
Mo., was di'Mroyed by tire. Lo"I, )()). I
According to the story of one of the par- William II. Gibson: is now regularly A lire in tli' Apollo building at 1'itt.sburg paper in the City of Mexico.In My scu-sor's :sharp,11iv razors' keen,

tieipants one of them named John Seddo up- or.Jainl'\lminbter in the Methodist Episcopal ilid Si: ;,OOl( ) damage. I Robert Louis Stevenson's; "Chapter on My shop} i is a ways neat and clean,

set a lihtl'.llamp, w hieh exploded and scat church.Yoorhevs. Flouring miii Williams &Davelleat Dreams: ," in Scribner's for January he will .\IlI"everything I'm sure )'011'11 I find,
tercd the burning oil all over tho clothing of is annoyed liecause his great tell of sumo of the phantoms which disturbedhis To suit: the taste and please the mint
Venice O. eonllagrated &:.; '.
the inmates. In their drunken condition six hpeeeh forninst the British extradition treaty boyhood and cavo him tho bent which

of them either did not know what to do, orwere was omitted from the senate report. 'I I. il>or Notes. has made him a writer of romances. And now to all who patronize intend,

drunk to climb out of the window better known dust come along awl )bring your friends,
t x President and Mrs. Cleveland! gave their I The wood carvers of the Pullman Palace Sister FranC''s1. Clare as
and perished in the llames. Their names are closing: reception of the season at the White Car works at Detroit strike the Nun of Kcnmare, has written and Belford And I assure you I will tryMy
are on a :
l "ati f,' ?
John Ellis, aged twenty; John Seddo aged HOUM Thur-}* night; to tlu' army and for a reduction of four hours on a week's Clarke & Co. have published a little very Lest to may

twenty-five; John Kebinki, aged thirty; navy.Gen.. work. work with the title "Anti-Poverty and Pro- ------- --

Michael Yakovittch aged thirty; Paul I jew. Wallace hilts hnL1hlL ed a resi The position taken by Master Workman gress." It is in the nature of a reply to tho

Siskowitz, aged thirty and Mary Mauliek, dencein Indianapolis, Ind., and will remove Cavanaujrh; of Cincinnati, in the shoemakers'trike I land theories of Henry George: with special "

aged, sixt"vn. Mauliek and his wife and infant there from Craw .
l'lliltlH're also badly burned, and it is staring I Work man Powderly. Swinburne, who contributes to the Atheni i d4 h

feared they will die. Several other persons Andrew Carnegie has sold his dozen news- 1 a-um a rather enigmatic: little poem headed t l :

whoWI'l' in the building, were also badly l' pers in different parts of England.; They HERE AND THERE. i' "May: 14'i," will have in the Nineteenth .

burneiL were too much trouble to manage from this I Century for January an article called "De- l-Gn TORPID LiVER

Jude Lyiu-li Gets III IIU Work. side of the water. I :Modern needles first came into use inIlarvard 1543. II throning Tennyson." It sets forth that he
Wallace Ross, of America defeated decree intrusted with the of a lady d .. .$ tu. t..aesy'"
ST. Lons, Feb. 17.-The Chronicle's Du I distributed t.1O O to indigent has been papers A ')rllf: IiH'r rallhc
Bubejir, of England, in a sculling match over I languishing in Hanwell asylum who devote: tvm. hue: |'ri>4li:c.. -*
students last
tho :
quoin, III, special says: Holly : :year.
negro, who assaulted a coal miner's wife in the Thames course. I In the time of King Edward II the price of I Ii many years to proving that Tennyson'sPoems < I Sick: Headache,
Samuel: Brooks, father of Hugh M. Brooks I were.written by Darwin.
this city, five weeks ago, was this morning i the Bible in EngandVas .t3i". Rheumatism
and alias Maxwell, the murderer of Arthur j i I Mme. Limouzin will shortly give to the Dyspepsia Costiveness, -
taken from the jail at Pinckneyville Electric* lights are now being used: by sub- ,
Preller It ..', arrival in St. Louis to make
hanged mob of masked men :; a : world a volume in which she will put all her Piles.
by a twenty I 'I marine divers with great effect. I Sallow Skin and
commutation of his son'sSelltelltr'
final effort to
secure Look will bw
He was strung up to a tree standing in the I enemies in the llmOrThe ,
: A phrenologist has been making money ol I forth .c
street within the resident portion of the I called by its ambitious authoress "Les Chatimcnts There t* no Letter remedy
Jay Goald is on his way from Alexandria I late in Washington examining the bumps on I unless the heirs of Victor Huge ronimon llHeusi than Tutt I-r
town at about 3::W this morning. ill Price,23aSold
j jl trial prate.
1 I to the United States via Livery ml. : senatorial heads. and 3 filly, an a
to such a profanation, :
A to lynch Holly was > choose to object
previous attempt Dr. Parker preached to 4OOJ lK.'.)ple Sunday ; l i I Most of the London churches Lave offered t to future chroniclers ai.cJ Everywhere.
failed by the sheriff taking him to Belleville, j I will no doubt prove
in his London for the first time i for the of tho crown
from which place he was lately returned to |; temple 1 up prayers recovery historians a curious if not valuable "huindocument" .?
1 since his American trip. i prince of Germany. men and manner Ua XOTICI
1'i whnevville, on account of his obstreperous \ concerning
!i Murder Maxwell's father has arrived at i Volapuk is publicly taught in France, Germany third
conduct while a prisoner there. Holly i j der the republic. t
protested his innocence to the last. ,1 St. Louis. Switzerland, Italy, Spain, Portugal, Whereas it appears that the scalp

i ii i 1 II j I Governor Buckner, of Kentucky, gave an I Austria, Russia, and Denmark. I bounties paidt,\ this Beard up to late

Cremation Heeomlnjr Necessity. i elegant reception. at the executive mansion : The Grand Army has increased from PERILS OF WINTER.W. has stimulated persons from other coun-

NEW YORK, Feb. 17.-The rapid rate at in Frankfort on Tuesday evening.Ii illI; "! in l.o to 072,074 in IS>>7. The gain in I ties to hunt in IJrevarJ as a business

which the potter's field on Hart's Island is Ht'r.mlleu, the young .E ,;lishnlIl: : the past year and a quarter was 45,1.17. F. Morris, of Wausau, Vt'is, while hunting and that it is calculated to encourage:

filling up with the unclaimed dead inducedDr. i who lectured on palmistry, talked seventeen i An immense hunting expedition is about s lost his way and was found frozen to neglect: of more Useful pursuits at home
E. A. McDonald, general superintendentof languages; and bewitched American: lilies leath in the bJ'U.:>h.
: to start for Masailand, the ground of Rider by our own citizens,
last winter has taken the of Castle Gar
the insane, to write a letter some time ago Haggard's; last novel, "Allan Quatermain.? IllrveIbyeJer" 0 years old, cf Jamestown And whereas the monthly amount of
to the commissioners of charities and correction den interpreter at $1,000 a year, in order to N. Y.vailo coasting ran into a street
describing the unhealthful results of study human nature and foreig freaks. : The hospital Saturday fund in London :ar. ,His skull was fractured, and ho died bounties paid is assuming a ])roi
such wholesale burial on the island andrecommending I amounts to $."()"jOOO this :year. Collections calculated to embarrass the county fin-
cremation of the unknown 1 Crimes and Casualties. are made every Saturday in workshops and i instantly.: ances when it is considered: that suchan

dead. i Cornelius Sullivan, a miner dropped dead factories. Daniel: Stillwell, 70 :ycaraof age, was within expense was unlocked for and not
The turned to
letter over Corporation -
Counsel Beekman was asking him if such at Terre Haute Ind, the result of a beating Several German firms have given notice to I calling distance of his home at South provided against: by unnecessary tax assessments -
: at the hands of a Roseville saloon keejxrr. Pittsburg, Tenn., recently, when ho fell exhaU3tl..J -
cremation would be lawful. Mr. Beekuwn i : houses in Bradford, where there are many I : and collection,
is now preparing an opinion which he will :I William Meade, engineer; was drowned Germans, that they will adopt Volapuk in in the snow and perished. I II I And whereas it is probable that Mild

usbiuit in a few days. and the two sons of Tony Guillotte, owner of I corresponding with English manufacturers.The I Oil his way to church one: morning, a few cats are better endured than spared because -

i I the yacht Irene were fatally scalded by the London Times that a few weeks days since' Joseph' Favre, of Perryville, :Mo., of their destruction of rabbit,
Mexican Fire Service. ; vessel blowing out her flue-head at New Or- says sO years of age, was caught in a blizzard and
excavations at Pompeii brought to I vermin and other enemiesto
some reptiles
ago rats ,
Tex, Feb. 15.-The general store 1 leans. wandered off into a wheat field, where he
<* Thomas O. Connor at New Laredo, Mex, \ A negro was lynched at Pontchatoula, La., light a set of surgical instruments, many of i Croze to death.-New York Sun.Itolatcd. vegetation in a warm climate like ours,
which resemble instruments in use at the that from and after -
was Therefore resolved
burned last night;loss $75,000; insurance !] for outraging a daughter of Albert Tunage. I ,
$:-1,000. :Mounted policemen with drawn At a ball in Smith county, :Mississippi a present day. this date no more bounties be paid

swords; forced the spectators to assist in II young man named Wright put five bullets I John Edman, an Ohio man, proposes to clouds of winter for wild cat scalps by this Board, and
Now the stormy
checking the flames. Two Ame-icans, notanderstandiug into another, named Vinzant, and escaped. start a daily newspaper in the Finnish language Cover up the briiiLt blue *uy. further that this order be published in
Spanish into Levi with his brother at Ishpeming Mich., Jan. L It will the for four weeks.
were impressed Hodge quarreled I Aud the iceman and the plulal*-r county newspaper
ogee after receiving several blows from I John at Lily, Ky., shooting him through the be the only daily in that language published Do not speak as they t>a>." i/y. Ordered feb. 6th in open Board.

heart. in the United States. -1)utulvilrte.




:t I 4 THE FLORIDA AU, THURSDAY,. FEB. ?3, 188*.

i; THE FLORIDA STAR. The Shooting! of a Colored I!I I Tclerrt5s Incident ;!o\vis the I --- ".''Remedies- for Writer's Cramp. Ilucklen'* Arnica sauP. -

Roy. River. Chan:;.* all the conditions frequently, The Lest salve in the world for

PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY.ELLIS tha height of the chair or of the table, bruises, sore, ulcers I salt: rheum [5. *
To the Editor (I The Florida Star: JUPITER, FLA., Fob. 20th.Editor th sore, tetter chapped hand
the kind of paper, using sometimes J chilbala1corns ;

B. WAGER Editor and Polisher DEAR SIR,-In your Eau Gallie items of Tc Fhrida ftar : \: smoother, sometimes the rougher sort. and all skin eruption. onj t'.l.t.,

i of la-t week of Have every description of pen and pen lively. I cures piles or no rar ;_ ,\'
appears an account an DEAR SIR,-In this mild and equable i .
l $1.5( pe.UIIII11I.. holder at hand, and change them fre- It is guaranteed to give' l .'rfvetau' .
r inquest, held,)" me, which should have I climate, where the sand-flies and mosquitoes quently. Don't try to write. handsome tion or money refunded. Price ': ;

i Entered at the Port Office at Titiurillea* been under the head of your Melbourne j are numerous and humanity scarce; hand, for that is something that a per per box. Fur ale by all drug; to-T':'

items the held in the lat- ( who has writer's in perfection I. Titusville and on Indian River.o "
! Second-Clata.llatter. as inquest; was anything unusual is cherished by our :, son cramp I

,I ter town and not in Eau Gallie as stated. little community with great tenacity. cannot do. Be satisfied with legibility, I! ------- ---- ---

\ \ SQCAUKls one Inch In space; 21 squares and this there need be no difficulty
Please make the necessary correction, A few day ince our jovial friend, :
t make a column. about. The trouble seems to be a I

I orulh-ertl"ln rates enquire of the Editor and oblige O'Brien, Ie.ft this place to repair the tele- nervous one. and very little thing* will

I always enclosing a two cent stamp. Yours very truly, graph line, which had been broken ; andto I affect it. The change from paper that is I < t> m it: 0
ruled to paper that is not, and vice versa, CD f
JNO. E. 31. HOPOS.OX, climb a pole to f.i-ten the wire to a
TilE STAR is the OFFICIAL newspaper will often give relief and even a change t-i U g

for IJrevard county. Justice of the peace, nth Di-trict.'I bracket, was one of the perilous thing* from black ink to blue has been knownto J t- h..... .P.... H Jo.iP
------ --- ---- he was to accomplish. While he wa be beneficial. Of course you must .
--- c1 o

';it I! mTTTa THIS PAPER may p. Rovrell DC r will
i ?Bureau f 10 Sprncc SI' .".tJPrt":tdvf'rti"IT'J; Eau Gallie, corrects an error which appeared j a message with great momentum, which their cxcl'ishe use not help \ou. A O <
\ contracts may tc made fur It IX >Jt.\v YOIIK. i ( friend who does a great deal of writing orrq
in the STAR, lat week, in reference struck our friend fairly in the stomach, m crq i' p
has turned to the typewriter for relief, h-f 0

l The Star has the Laruest circulation I to the killing of the colored boy II and he let go all hold and came to the : but that i;; all that it affords. The fingers ,[ O ....... y"""' -
of any paper on the East coat of I'la. I Nathaniel Lipscomb. The item waent: j ground, as if he did nut care which :side luive ;got into the cramp habit and in i!I 0 ...... 0I

I I to IK by our Eau Gallie correspondent, was up. Never saying fail, he tried tint' ti! ', us-? of the typewriter wearies I -. td ....... p., 0
:1..1 stilfPS: them. Nothing but an in- LTi CD CDjg.
without heading to it, and was I' and ucceful in his undertaking OJ
any again, was -
that Chicago will ; flniV of ,
; IT is highly probable variety appliances' tvn-taiitly I U11c
0, placed, therefore, among our Eau Gallie He arrived home I .
fl be selected to-dayas the place to hold at midnight j (. litrrd.: will alTnnl the desintl nlirf.C.iUMrie" + 8. 0

tJ the next Democratic National Conven items, when it should have been under looking very much like the knight! of the in Boston Herald I bl U1d

the head of Melbourne, as it was, it ap- I Sorrowful Countl'nancl'fter being 1U1 8 <

r tion. pears, at the latter place that thehoot- given a goodly portion of a rare beverage -: provoked Her Sympathy I <..... 0 \IT\..IJ'4.CD ............. ..+...
t took At the time Husband (('groaning)-The rheumatism I .......
ing place. CDJD
we were he peacefully fell into the arms of''II r= j CD
SINCE the withdrawal of :Mr. Blaine in my l leg i* coming on again. 0 m
I under the impression the shooting was and dreamed of : jS
from the Presidential race there have I "Ajax defyingthe Yife (with sympathy)-Oh, I am so ::n
at Eau Gallie, a* there was nothing in lightning." :; sorry, John. I wanted to do some shopping 0 U1 ('t)
for the cD
t1 pruns up seventeen aspirant: the communication show that it I today and that is of Pj c+ Cfl
to occurred IJ\Tr r.I : a sure sign .......
i nomination, which will be apt to trouble at Melbourne.-ED. STAR.] I ___ : r:1ill.-The Epoch. .. O 2 OU1
the ,:. o. p. somewhat.As -'t. I !Sub-Tropical potiition.i i U1
, A Painter TaUis.TITrO i During the past season two naturalists, O 0> & U
# i TIIK followim: circular letter ha- been I P
t-i 5 HJ O P MWill
Butler and :McGljnn have declined G. W. and E. G. Peckham, have found
;\' LLE. Feb. U). l tip>. I addressed to the pa-seri.rer: alIt uf'all that wasps remember: locality of their

to run for the Presidency what Editor Florida i railroad in the of nests for hours.
Star : our : hope getting; reduced mm ty--ix
f. is the New York lnt to do? It can't ---- t *
I thought I would dropyoua few lines rates: for person desirini:, to invest -
. Cleveland! ?o of course !it willtrv There are in the 400
supi'ort country nearly
1'-' to let you know how the painters arc in in Florida. \ltiu-t the result I
boom Hill. colleges, with about :3,000 professors amidi.iIu' w .
to this place. A: great deal has been said I may be accomplished:; : ( students. *** -.

---little behind about :slushcrs: : canaries: and other names: !1 JACKSONVILLE, FLA., Feb. 10;, 8S I -- v r"U1 P P ...... P .-

THOSE counties are a degrading: to the trade. All painters DEAR SIR-At a meeting of the coaimSssoncrd r I,aliol.tll Town I ()'s. o P> P
talking about making -
who are now appropriations % +4 to0 tt tJ
be into two clae.; tho.e who
can put : superintendents, and exhibitors o
for their county'sdisplay: at The undersigned have quite a numberof U1. '.", cA ("\
know the trale1111 other I \ I.
who do not. of the Sub-Tropical held
the Sub-Tropical and also printing:: pamphlets good lot: in the Ill'town of Lake

for distribution. Uruvard had "an Knowledge i i.:, a jewel that must be February 1;', 1888, the undersigned were Worth. We will purchase and improvefor

reached for. and it i is within the reachof appointed a committee to confer with I parties at a distance.
eye to windward" tin: time. PORTER & POTTER
those who have the grit and ,
: gumption the general passenger aggentSIf; the diffi.'r-I! General Real Etategento,

to overcome obstacle in the line of in Florida. i
any way. tnt railway Lake Worth Dade Co. Fla.
President and his wife will visit I
n In my opinion, there are some in this It i is daily demonstrated to every member i ,. .
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't Rocklede in the aradise of her fame.
town who worked for some nilroad company of ociation that !
our a great miniI -
' I der orange ;proves, loaded with golden :got the g- b. and come here to+ j I her of visitorare deterred from visiting I GRAND VIEW HOTEL ,

- fruit and blo.-*01ll>. toother with the contract. li I had good barn fence, ,
a : or j land inspecting variou; locations in thist 1

numerous :guests! from different sectionsof and wanted it to look well no slither I t Mate, which have attracted and inter- TITUSVILLE, FLA. ,i I ATfY-AT-LA\7\ AND NOTARY PUBliC

these United States, form an enchanting i -0- I|I Rock Ledge! Fl-.r-! : !
could do th" vnrk. There i< a color Csted them from the exhibits of their I I,

picture. substitute hertz for roof paint of Yellet (I soils and ito:: products by tfie seemingly i\ Tie ;mil centrally located Hotel in City -- -- -McCllUKY-- -

--- :1n red. one part oil and two partswater I high rates for railroad fare.ts everymcml I -0- i I J.A ,

<:-EIl\.R PERU'c1iJ the proper llow i is that frt rcoT'-fiint? >er of our association is deeply interested NEW HOUSE. FIRST-CLASS: ATTORNEYATLAW.Miami ,

tluti2 in cutting: short the committee'sapplication : I am painting'a; large residence up the !' l in the future welfare of Florida, EVERY RESPECT.Open .
Dade County, Fi'-r": ;i.
for a special session: of the river, which i i. liiirlily complimented. I II
| and knowing that everyettler adds to. all the round. Table Uiistirpassed. -
Le .hture. Thiscounty i in much year Taxes for nun-residents pail!. lit,. ,
; will give you a decription ol it. From it in which i
: prosperity, your corporation j Hath Rooms Free.:
I! examined :mtlh'trnrts: furnislu.i ]in-
ilaitfer as any county in the State, and the :ground up r.the window :-iH.!!!; of t b. 11:1il''e aik ." ,
that *
respectfully at anearly j litt1( ;. > ;O & is'J.oo per Ia)'. I iU6 ju-t completed an Abstract lit t :1.
our e tizt>ud01l't: feel that it i is: sects first 5 painted medium daik! I !
story > a date you place! uponale! tourist's Records: of Dade County.jQ .
sary. It i is those counties that have drab: then from the sill to the if i
top ( !, return tic"ts:1t! reduced price to the !

plaee3like Jacksonville that arc in favor : the first story window i i.. painted a j varioul l points of this rotate, under such \\J.-/i ij : ..}[ILLERf Proprietor. I L. GATLDEN.

of session cost.; -- -- -- ---- ---- -- --- -
special at -
a : any : t.lmThN]
brighter band of{
] dunes:; a j restrictions a.- you may. see fit for your '
-- -
wainscoting of high olive'ree11. After
J protection. We pledge ourselves to thoroughly I
QriTKa: number of our enterprising j Fine Healthy Hud. in !sour stock. II
thi comes a band "I'olel gold and canaryyellow. j co-operate with you in encouraging I Tituville, Flori-! :
Grown on high !pine land.
town down the river are not so wellreprreente Between each color i is small -
I II1Hre
a j legitimate travel, for the -ole pur- PEK HUNDRED.Stock .
in budget river ,
our new talllll'ainh'l in dark olive ;green. Thch'1uc I of giving investor an opportunity : ; in. in diam., bud 1 year, :$l .oo.

lately as they I'huul,111\n-t note that I i.. trimmed with cardinal red '" ; '. 1" !
: : I of thoroughly examining before -
I ; ; .. ,, ,. .\Uua'JH"\
t u t. !
1 Luke Worth hasan: interesting: halt col.umn the see11liltorn i is painted eanaryyel I' 1 1 : ).OIJ.)

a I buying: We feeltire t that the combined -
lj 1 2 45.00.1! Titu vilie, n-n !l.i
c"t.'rwl'ck.. and the result *
or more low trimmed as: before. I'nder the cornice i efforts of fiver fifty people in tin And. Vfli TraitcaPrices J4 nHnl'. I __ L__ ___
i- that a creat deal ot interest: i io beim: i is painted a tloh color: bracket Mire i send buys for lots :
Exposition, working solely to large can be had upon ;Japplication J! M. iiuiiiiixs: ,
that section. 1 GEt
i in Kvery
post green. tart of the shingles are j ers throughout our State, will certainly j to

J ofaec j-li ml l have corresfrtntlent who psinh.el.ltrk olive the and I "". IS. \U.\JIS. lan Alit'
green: :gutter redound to your great benefit, now and I i ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,

I.: will send the news every week.: the balance of the roof are blue black. hereafter. 4:; :
I The fence the roof i" I h i TrfrviLi.K, FLI .\.
'-- ---- : or on a I J. J. WILLIE, JelTerson County,
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1 1t'l' Had fatter Live .1.h 'oad. canaryellovr.. The s-ish are scarlet, the C. M. P.ARTOX, Daval County, PALM COTTAGE
I blinds are painted fil1'l.adlt4)rJ: a*, thebody I J. 0. C'I4.TIKEI:1rion County, .
Tltl'1I1"l.tiu tf the members the TITUSVILLE. FLA.
1 : ( :
band where they bel-ing. The Committee.In I
Produce Kschan to-morrow promi-es I i JUSTICE OF THE PEACEF.
i purcwl1I'c! four; color of the house
: : ------ ----
?' to be lin'hTIlt! of the ExChange I our :H. iunt 411Or., Valentines IleasiiiwM'1 Bate. Pleasant : the Second Justice Di..trid oi Rrryard ,
cut in with scarlet. The! d .or* are all : taitinn.(; : ,
U :. met Friday and received thereport Fair lat week we failed to mention :Miss county ; Court day, third M' n lu}
I Near Grand View H tl-1. i II f each month.JQ.EOUGE .
i of the special committee ap- inside i
i )(Norwood. who took tin aeiive part I

'I ; 1'ointetl some time ago to in\"l:'":i- oil. with every alternate bor stained ]j in the lunch undtaMe department. )Ir:. i Mrs. G. W. Mackenzie, Proprietress. i V. HONKER.:

tte the charges that the railroad coin- with cherry color. The people who own !!; liul'i1.1t :11'H: hud charge} of the Dutrh 1 1i -- iI I

anit."I' were nukin-z: contract in the I i market. well ) einir general : FOR SALE. 'I
it think a great deal of'it. a* as > : ; manager ;

West for the delivery of ireisht in Europe I think I, will :stop fur this time. a> I j of the Fair and she vihe* to ex-j I Justice of the Peace and Snneyor.

at a less figure; than they charged I will let you hear from aie ag for hauling it to the seaboard for deliv- Till \'ELL-K O'XILI PIE. I! >fvor-iifiivralof Dakota a* tit f< ini>ft ''-.
ville for their betrtiI and "
Yours truly support l i! u- r. s. DhriTY -l :nlol:
j cry in thi: anti uei:.hlKiriirj:! cities. This I 1' they toward the 1)Il'n41iJUl'e'l'o.. ; YACHT I of public .Term-nitfield! worli) .1''I"! :' :
: ::ive .
2MS-11.14. l."i.2l. | | ': '
I I old all land calculation, $3 i It'r day! i'I
subject has caused considerable leelim.:. I _____ of the i ot iui ,- ail.VAVhLAM .
------------- j jI |i event. part u itav : < .xnu- a |>
'' and the report of the special committee --- --- I BELLE OF MALABAR'! \ >. FLUC11l.t.
I In. the quarter ol a mile nice tt :-m-
lias been awaited with interest. The .. | A ease of coins was tolen from theSouth 1 I
;, ford Saturday. the jockeying; was *o alI .- j m .ioiiN>( )N cocicsiirrr.
M report i* quite Ion:;:, and the managers; j parent that the judge* had to eaustthe: : h Florida Exposition :Sanford : Will te Sold Very CheEP for CasblIl '_ : 1.

' I refuse to make it public until after the i i i Saturday.
race to be run over. In .* tnectinj; It was learned however that I The tire which occurred in Ocala last :
the jockey in this would ,, C"Url<
country cae j ji \ )::E.J. :- : : And Notary l'ubliestate-at-Large.; |
committee had found of the
1 most i have been' ruled off the track it not j jj week wa of incendiary origin and supicion *- i lj. l;. CHAPIX. 3IalalmrOT1CK. ; day 1st Satttrdayof month. l--i(Jraiy1, r laT ,
elianres. to be true, and that the course .
i } I j bodilinjured.. innnts very *tr n.:iy to the party i uI I -- ------ -
pursued by the railroad committee companies
who did it. ? U. ISUJiCH FIELD,
.\ movement i- now on foot in (;aine*- .
had affected the business
\ .
i tulle to organize; a tock company for the !'! The ice: house of the Key; West Ice j j It i i'
of the merchants in the differentseaboard
i All the Creditors Eney V m l'l..w : COUNTY SURVEYOR.
: are
1 t cities Thc>' found that Hour. puri
I first floor of which ': of the fire i unknown.. The 1 Orders mail will receive .1* i l'
for instance: shipped from the 11"e-t direct ;, will be an opera d.mau'e > or legal action will be taken airainst them. I l by

: house built on a modern plan while the i'!: estimated at ;$4"". with no insuran-:-. j This .tep i is made neceary to etleit the i attention a* calls in pcr on.
to European i orts could be purchased dissolution of the tirm. Fla.jS.FGRAY .
: second and third doors will be used fur ; Address: fJeorgiana,
abroad in The petition calling for election
particularly Liverpooland : an I I-N -- - -
Glasgow. cheaper than it could be : lodges of various: secret ordereeklti :-. !i: on the whisky question in Baldwin >' I'eh.:1: 1>S' l t i|! .

bought; in Baltimore. Philadelphia. New ------- 1 I COUllt, la.; has: been withdrawn by the ; -- !
i \OTICI:. -
leteorologicnl ;
York or Hoston. and that the same condition .Summary. : anti-Prohibitionists. : Jeweller.ALL .
State of Fl' Watch Maker and
Ending February. &S.DAY. 't.
of affair cxited in other ;goods. fikvanl.1 '" .lrmticc'-'girt
-Iiire particularly that Comity of i I' R.tNTEU.
request WORK
Those who are hurt by this complainthat '
::- our subcriberwill be good enough to To Hannah '1. Gt: i'cr. Store Titcsvillf, **
Shop:; at John V. Dunn'Dreg
in thus actin: the road are violating note the time of expiration of their subscription You are hereby notified that a writ of -- -- ----- -

: the Interstate Commerce law. It is : i Jiijlj! 1 attachment ha been issued against you '
; account to the STAR as set forth REDDING
and attached satisfy ,
probable that some formal action will 1 1 1 your propeity to .
; "demaud of"I .
r'' on the name-and-address slip pasted upon the : ) L. (iaulden.amounting ) !
E be tlkcll.-\: ) HorM.At !! '- i to $2.:>. Now unless shall ,
; their ; you
i iI" newspapers: or wrappercery BUILDER,
i l : appear before the lion. Minor .S. Jones, CONTRACTOR AND
week. By reference to the printed and Judge; of the County Court and ex-olllcio}

Gainesville, a day or two ago, an + :: ',:_= I,- j-.S' 1':-= I II' r1Ved11eday. i pasted slip our subscribers can easily Justice of the Peace for said count} at j Tttti rice, Tin.,

estimable lady undertook to get up a u.3UtiS'5U S1V !I'l'loUth-. observe whether their subscription is his otlice. at Titusville. on the 24th day : k in tlM
I ot April, A. D. 1SSS, at 10 o'clock iii I Is now pi'cpai c.l to attend to v"or
subscription for a very needy person who I Thursday:..!;30.33'G3, 5S,: .. 4 Cloudy.Friday3O.22:66 I overrun, and also how long it has to the forenoon, judgment will be rendered line and furnish materials E-titnates U'JiDP Jiftl

l& quite sick and in stringent circum- Saturday.130.1Sj66i52: .W. ,, }'(-'I\' Fair.Fair. i run. We shall esteem it a favor if our ( against you and your property sold- and when dwellings so desired solicited.andtheerectionofDa 4Sr1 ,

4 I readers will give this matter their attention : to pay the debt. tot .
secured I und\\-.130.1171! SEl Cloud,'. Dated this 22nd day of February, A. Will also furnish town lots with bOUbnU pt
) : I )Iond .. .....,?'..O I :!;qll N11'I27Clear.! I : and send in all over-due subscriptions i 1SS3. D.I plete, at reasonable rat( """fffa anti full
1 r
one party. Ttle8d:1 "."." ,3t1.a;.;o.64( \ !:231 Cle:1r. at their earliest convenience. I 1 24 D. L. GAULDEN.: Plaintiff. I any particulars ftyle to furnihed suit purchasers.upon applcation.


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i a Real Estate Agency Dealer inGEORGIA s. H. RAY,

t Titusville, Florida. I PINE LUMBER

I. SESD FOR DESCRIPTIVE LIST. I' I Successor to J. C. Norwood and Co, i lit'

Of all kinds Dressed and Undressed. ,
* Clm*. I). Sweet, Manager.a. ,
:_ I I
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, Shingles Lath Lime Brick Etc Etc TITUSVILLE, FLA.
Ceiling Mouldings
*r.Hardware. :EECTO, I .

and I I TITlJ'8VILLE, FLll-L\: sit

All Large Orders Filled with Dispatch. Yard and Ofiu-e( near .1.! T. & K. W. Railway Depot.F. .
General Produce
I G. JIUCK.\ ..\Y. 1T.. UDGI. ..,
MERCHANT.Melbourne. Gen1! Merchandise <


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\Vibii>it<>u Avenue, u -ar the Railroad.

j : V. GAILER. ORANGE RIFLE POWDER : 251b. kegs $5; 12 lb kegs $2.75; 6lb kegs $1.5O; to I'
MRS. pr.lpo keep '
CREEDMOOR : 61lb; kegs $1.50; ORANGE DUCKING : GlIb kegs $3.00. : .

flesh Jirtful made daily; also Pies Lin-eed Oil, boiled, and 501b. keg*. Se. per Ik :
mitT Cal( '4 ()f ail 'iJttl. c.a1c.I fW" A First-Class Stock Li I
) : : I TITUSVILLE l LOll !]=> A. i
r jerinl orlion."( Iff I"In./1('(1 .
at dmrt noUc. t

_._--_.- .
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Geo. B. Rumph.:
I .



:JG-i acres of high dry land beautifully I '. .
situated on Indian Itiver.: Gives at (cast
c 1 a quarter mile river front. Will be sold I

,' t j tW at l least ;"iO per cent. less: than any land DRY GOODS '
Over Coats.
of like nature on the liver. VVe are ;

1 t ordered to sell, and sell we nmt.Address .
Men's Suits.
1 I I
1)i. l ) r or call on

4 t % 1 Youths Suits.Children's NOTIONS
CStas.; U. S\vt'ft, ,

& t i' ? Manager Suits.

Indian River Real Estate Agency, And all other (!oo
TlTTSViLU, :, }L.\. 25WM. Go(1:11111( will :sacrifice: a nice line of foods:, in order to Blake
: I room. Call and examine luv XICEXI I) ELECT COODS.; t'



Second Door East of Indian River Bank TITUSVILLE FLORIDA.
I.:uuK sold on lung time with interest, or I ,
::E-X..l. TS
HE:ZSTSii = on the leuey tesn, or for ca-h.. ,

Iindcleared and planted, and cared for
::1. C'Ul"< Heeds if desired ; Ity contract or otherwise. TITUSVILLE CASH STORE,

. :Sold at Philadelphia Retail Price Will Defer: to K. :M. r.ree., 1>l'troitlich.: .;
make fjiccial orders and prices topartie IJKKi: ) t'fc STKKRK.rluovlodired : "f
.e- Jno. (.'. Norwood, Titu-villo, Fla.; P. W.ami I CLOTHING
wanting .I. StrasTaxewcil: Court Hoe, Vu;

hulk. mill .t. Meeker, Montreal, Canada, for I> .\ !; Hiudquarter- ,
1 Geo. B. Rumph. whom I have made ;jrroves.LAKE .
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I'.i Titusville, Fla. Pi1ie Groceries

--- -- WORTH. I ell FII"ishiJ: Humls,

o. s. i-oKxri <;io: v.. I-OTTFI ALIT"AYS; ()I 3L.A.X.D.UESoilocL I

LOTS 1'Oir SALK in the Newy'I'owrt .\ht:( ) ALSOHARDWARE .
of Lake \\' PORTER & POTTER of the lake of that name, so well known I1alinr..t.: 'STi11tai t e ,

for it< mild climate. tropical seencry.nnd I
splendid Minting :1 ill 1 I li-hin: !. L'c711ito Lead, :t ..C1.0SCf.10:: CROCKERY GLASSWARE
1. have at last yieldedto ,
The undersiglted: : :
- throw B..n.'QV ttiiic1.: izisooct.. Oil, I
the pressure: and consented to .
Real Estate Dealers, open their land to .,Plt 11'1'*. To do this Cattci Seed IvZoiXl: nzlc1. B1--an..
we have divided our land into lips convenient

for lm5ne lots. winter home. I3ta.3rri:: ,irL, IPoocL cREED :n.d.. t
\illas or :groves: and will sell nt prices
Lake Worth FaU(' Co.. flat.;
limitedmeans. PC1 ti1izot..s.Fu.11. .
to suit purchasers ot the mo-t

The.above lands ate ,.itnah'llm'ar) the Lit.: : c cf :t\.il.s... AND t tShip
Will : ond fur Partiesat
IJiiy nnllmpro\'c Inlet on a heantifully-iNhig plain on & STEERE
the we-t :shore of the famous Lake

:l Distance. Worth commanding: ; -npeih view of .ALL GOODS: Ol VIJAXT.: .:} J ). Goods. Y
: the lake fur 1I1i1l'. of the Inlet :and ofhassiltg Chandlery : I
+ Atlantic.
: vessels on the and .\g'lltfur Uowkor and D.ividirt-I > ; lurtilixcrClyde's :-. Yt
1 The land is high and dry. repayscultivation

Ijikt \Yorth. L>al.'t\'. n. *.. is the moat tr>j'irtl by an abundant yield ol .t
pan of the utt L"t-4t.d on tlu AtUutio Cwa..t, of fruits and
ietie tropical
most vu :
...uth of Jupiter ItiU-t 2-1 lun.". JII1.rt'r bciug the
vegetables grown in thi -ection. Tine Hew York Charleston and Florida
HoutU t el.d of Indian lh\er. I<*kortli litfaritl-
Ifl with tl.e tHvan beach is! '..". mil,* 10'n 1:. iterate apples: et e.ue now yielding line crop: I:
wultk one milt oonntvti 1I11b the' by an. in on this land without tcrtili.Iiig.Now ; : Thoe will lie the main feature: III inbu.inet y '
11, anti i* u""h..r..ou'r :1.4 of a tulle from the .Wean't'he8ungeaunotbecitenCdand.nlrhuntntu choice lots.
i is the time to -elect ':
thet.t :Li.
stearnship l.e_
t''r all Liihlii .>f amt.IU" U-autiful noa- Call upon u- andee: plat. ', but orders sent me f..rany

a. nut groin. m bearing on the Like- m.iiigoea.. uijpahllois. For price: and description! apply tn TluKlcirant tt'allH'r* of thi:= Lin.- :,iv :i lppoillh'.l] | to sale inTituvillc
. alligator ix-ars. snar applo cua\ai S|pan- thing tcpt in may store -*- {
i>h but'K. Jamaica: appleit. Av.ida It'ara.Uiiiaruids
I WK-U'rry trees tualiuuet1 a|'plen. tuaiuuioe ...iijio,. Emanuel E. Heyser or Allen E,8eyer, FROM: JACKSONVILLE will be promptly fillnl.
. altuoiuU.itJtoK. h/$. banana;, ||>U'8 orals/:es.Itnlt'a I'la.; '

li-iiiiinn.. citroiiH and all tropical ,tmitd att.tdux Lake \Vorli. CHEROKEE, (New) ....................................... ... Thnr,day, Felt. _ntl, 7:4n m 1
r* This it& the uio t e.a".n'I'.rt of Florida; 1
the ciut stream Items nearer> to tlie 1-uid tli-u at ---'- >EMINOLi. (New ).. ............. ..... ................ ...... Thur-day, Felt. Oth, }:M: p m

any other part of the coast InrU iin>nre the most CHEW 11:1:1Xl.: : : ( ..'.)......................................... Thur-lay: Fib. H'.tli; 7:::71: 1 a nl

eta nutria U-mjieratare and *','rt',>. of Lots any ot part:all over ot the! alai Mite prices. cod ff- TITUS V ILLFIIRMTIIRE I EMINOLENe\v: ).........................................ThurJav", Feb. i<;th, 1_:I.tI nuun ,
t'uretht' all"'o firm \,110 have molt all of the
toot laud" to Tat tie* Inn ms now win no doul,t F OlPER.:1'T: : : ....NDIN.8.., \Vill buy Fruits Eggs Chickens
in a eLort time more than double the ptn'La.e mo ,
. ney.A e have lot of all sites!, from five to one hundred Kvt-ry uHtlafkrnoon
Il.'rl.tII. all trontmj on I..ike Worth. 1'nces from
. *.>Ito f:IHI i*'r acre Some atminl hotel sites, ali STORE. AlU'r :lrTi\l1 or the
hnpr..II'r"l'lt'rt ,etc. The Produce! u..t.tJW't
o cottage following Or any Country my
area tew of mr-l>et! bargains: Florida Railway and Navigation Co.'s Train
Xo. I.-A3J4! acres"t'.t ot Lake Worth. .
.. or frienilinay bringto
.". -5.301 on. w e.t.. t'horef,. .. Lake.. Worth... -
3.-2i1..2: Lcavinir .Ti--konvill: at :!: t.) p. m.
.. .
".-:1: with about TO rod frontage market.
, on west Lore ot-Lake W ortb. DEIAWAUEYEMA! Sunday F.b. 5ib J 1 i.Lt.sE: !: -u.k.,.. Feb Gtb:
5.-631."acre with 1..& mile front on west Frosotier :: ;.-EEDKIAWAlUi Muu.tay. Feb. V.tU .
J Fhor:3 A. Sun'.ay! Ftb. 1L |

1t.-I: 1-2 acres,. OQ.. wet east rtiort." tcuui era are appointed to ail front Pier 2i', Hii",t Jh-'r. New York,
.. 10.-S5.ll .". wet *. Every Tue.-day and Friday at o O'( loek, I*. -M.
l' -19 east 1 < nw>front.
.. 11: iw .. .. .. .. I ask for a :bare of the public Ltitr'-
.. .. .. .. ..
.. 13.-15 The frvisjht anti pa.K-i>sror:: accommodation are ml1"II1)t*"t'.I. Lvcry attention will be
.. ..
11.-10 west given btiiiHiitru: : tothi line.Dltwt age, and come :l.-* a !supplicant, not a
15.-4 lots of i tcre ratb with 10 roll frontas all shiimu-nt-fioiii New Yoik via ('ly.ll"*-. Florida line, l'iiTit, Ilsi-t: Klvcr.
:;* each on west shore tf the bte. Theseare For further information apply to.J. dictator, asking fur your fn''f.J'i1.!
.. bargain. Parlor Suites A. TEAD), Asent; .1..1.. 1.l.r.JJ.: :, .\ '-nJ,
16.-24 acres with new cottage on cat shore 'Fernainlina Ha. x U. I5nj' .t", .Jukon'"illl', Flsi.TIIKO. .
1:.-i .. .. moJern cwttjge: of T rooms G. Kr.EK, Trallic 'Ianag",1.. I'. CI.YlJIC t)., GFX'1..1t;T-., If courteous treatnentpocHlgood I II
.. m east'hore.IS :;"i ISroailway, X. Y. 1J -imtiiVhai v"'-, i'hiJa1ldphiil. Broll1way, X. Y. I .
I .. ,-2"acre on east uhore.1. T. M. IIIOXMOXC.LU: Jr.. 'ieu-,-al li-vlmj: A.ei.t. Jacl-ouviLe. Fl.nda. I *' and low figures. i* 'II
'. :I"..-19"- .. '"ea.t t t ".. Bed Room Suites, Since last season VENTILATORS have been constructed oa the iron steamers for the I I the candidate for

.. .. .
'- .-la "eht better transportation of Oranges and VegetablesOrmtsrcs.
2--! :i 1.: acres on east shore with, new, mod.
ern-built house of 8 room now building bereajr I. public favor,
for occupancy by Uecemtxr 1st. This Beds Mattresses I.I Lemons iim! LJmc rai c d on lii :ii pine land.GU:1a .
house and lot sale to rent There are I then I'm
tor or ,
Figs Ptars
Olive Per immon CoeoanutPeaches ,
lid bearing cocoani.t trees on this place.Alto #, Pomegranate, > *,
a new cottage of 8 room beautifully Plum, AlmondGrape*. elected.Your .
situated on east side of Like cud 5 acres ot
ground attached. Springs INDIHJilIi NURSERIES.
. 44 2X-157 acres of land *n Key Largo ,
. 24,-40 on west side, 40 rods back of I Hibiscus Allamandas Ikuivardias, .Je-amine-, anxious to please,
. the lake. Hoses Poincianas Catalpas} ?,
:5.-40 acres on west shore. Eucalyptus Euphorbia
44 :!6.-IO" east .' and new cottage. And everything in the FURNITURE
, are all bargains. Come pee
. Possible: otherwise write. line. Call and see the New Stf'ckju s. :::8:. R.a/y.
Indian River Nurseries East Melbourne Fla.)
' tap.Parties wishing further information SO.3m >t received. JOHN H. JJEACH ; ,



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J I I I Excitement in Texas

Epitome of American History."When STRAY BITS. PERSONAL GOSSIP. impairing his income, has no taste for to- | Great excitement has been

Mr. Sumner introduced the immortal I bacco. l! the vicinity of Paris Texas (' uts tbIn

resolution that nothing coinmemorativc The length of the streets of London in the !' Nor in Green estimates Jay Gould's fortune Tho Prince ofales was slightly woundedin I I marlcable of, Mr. J.' :'

of civil strife be introduced into I aggregate is 3,000 miles. at $00,000.000. This is moderate. |: the nose by a Swedish nobleman, Baron who was so recovery helpless he could ',):I e!

I the national buildings ana monuments, i Bells were first introduced into churches as A number of Americans propose to erect a i j Oscar Dickson, while shooting at Sandring- I bed or raise his head not turn io

although the times were not ripe for the a defense against; thunder and lightning. I statue of Gen. Washington in Paris. | ham, but the incident was considered much : f" ; everyWy .*;aidl

great man's thought, he worked his will It is said in England that the Russian i Marshall P. Wilder has arranged a profes- too trilling to prevent either his royal highness tie was of dying Dr.{) King'sew Consumption.} A trial) but.

in the end by the force of public opinion.I sional India for CoL Ellis the other guest who was j Disc-overv
wheat crop this year has been better than for trip to China, Japan and or I
Nothing of this kind would be tolerated in ten I 1SS8. slightly shot, from continuing to shoot tho i sent him. Finding relief, hebou,h3..i
:years. :
the Capitol now, even, as thcj case is, large bottle and a box of Dr. KiivV\
: of the day. j
where it would be a real boon to the artists : Announcement is made of the discovery of I Explorer Greely does not believe that the 1( rest editorial tripod. Life Pill?: by the time he had taicentw*
rich gold quartz in Buckingham township, north pole will ever be reached except by bal- | Citizen Train is again on tho II ()
I if they could go on and put a few battles the associateeditor boxes of Pills and two Wtles of the
I loon. He blooms forth 110"Vas licovery
of .
Province .
Quebec.Bonkkeepfng ;
and sieges in the frieze of the rotunda. It Weekly Record, of Hu.s..ex\: I| he was well and had gained *"
of The ;
was determined to make this frieze an : as a system was originated in I Not'jijc of the four presidents of the French I' anchored m flesh thirty-six pounds. : In
..\u.l safely
;I If epitome of American history, as far as Italy, where it was derived from a system of i republic since its origin in 1S70 was born in B. lie says B.: in sanctum now sanetoriani all by I Trial Bottles of this (treat i
:N. Discovervf
;.. could be, but it was not anticipatedthat algebra, published by Burgo at Venice. Paris. Sussex, free
Warm fire. Good air. Expatriated. Consumption at all Drug
the history would give out before the Roundhead, a term of contempt appliedto M. Grevy saw twelve cabinets, with 129 himself.. Exii-l.i So longer republican, Loc I Titusville, and on Indian Diver.alp' .Stores In
frieze got round. But such is the case. I Puritans in the time of Charles I, arose : ministers, serve under him while president of "
and us. -- -- - -
Come see -
The artists started off famously, used : from the custom of cutting their hair close. 1 France. eosaopohtii I '-
up all about Columbus, the early history I PERSONAL PICKINGS. I ( ( TJU'III .a ('luu1(' :
Andrew D. Cornell
.: The inhabitants of London consume annually I White, of says poker
of the colonies, the revolution, the scrimmage I Trill s ion bo n of a classical education That i is to say, hums.k.
400,000 oxen, 1,500,000 sheep, 8,000,000 necessary part ; your : ; \
of 1812, and then began on tho : Lord Cairn's bride is just 10, ho is 2"). i iI
: machinery. Y
chickens and game birds,and 500,000 oysters. your breathing:' l'r.Wun..

and Mexican eking waj.out the But history the space as they was could large,, I. Fifty-nine survivors the GOO who chargedat M. Grevy slept soundly for eight hours tho I! Mr. Pmlilu Chaillu has settled immanently 1 j dcrful machinery it is. Not the hrl'c:

there wasn't enough to go round. At last Balaklava thirty-nine years ago; held their night; after his resignation-for t'ie! first Hmo : in London. air-passaircs: but the thousands: lit little

the point was reached \\ here the civil war annual reunion in London<< a short time ago.; in six weeks. I QUl'Zic.turh.. has knighted Edwin Arj j tubes and cavities I Ienlitigliioui; tlll'lll

to began, and there was a great stretch of ,. The British government is making; efforts Congressman Scott will speni: $23,000: during noM, author of the famous poem, "Tho Light 'j When these arc clojrired: : and choked

J wall before the other end of the frieze I to cultivate oysters on the shores of Tasmania the winter on social entertainments his I of Asia." i I I i-ithulatter which ou'httlotto: lie there"your

could IKJ "jined." They had used up all I I and is, said to bo meeting with good success. Washington In"..>. The empress of Austria has given :31,500 j lungs cannot halt do theirvurk!

:r the history they could use, and they Mohini. Chatterjee, the young Brahmin toward the fUUtl for a monument to home at !| And what they do. they cannot do well

l couldn't make any more-and a united :i It is said that Alaska will become a great : philosopher who came to this country last Dum1 1.Jrf.I I 'all it eold.couirh.: croup, pncninonia:

country would not permit a family quarrel mining; country within a few years, and will i iI year, hits returned to India. I Kossuth, wio is now living in the strictest ;; catarrh consumption: or any uf tin- t.iiu-:

to be perpetuated there stands theworkmen's >: furnish canned salmon enough: to supply all : Morell Mackenzie has received 11 ,500 up seclusion at Turin, is in excellent health, deI'1 ily nf throat: and no>eand head and Inn:::

scaffold, way up against: the creation.In I to the present time for his attendance on the spite his til':1I'!5 ,;. I!! obstructions: all arc bad. All ou ht to
of the rotunda the
ceiling pleasing fiction that the work, suggesting is; still goingon. a Virginia newspaper of thirty years prince imperial of Germany. 1 Julian Hawthorne, who has a large family J|I be ;got rid of: There i is: ju>t one stun

The artists and tho architect concluded ago is a long; account of tho sentence of a : Gens. Sherman and Sheridan will review 1: to supimrt, thinks of going back on literature II j i!I way to ret rill ot t teal. That i i is to take

it would look better to let the scaf- i woman to two years'imprisonrmnt for teaching I the state military exercises at the centennial r.aJ entering; trade. : 15o: >chccs ( icriiian :Syrupvljuh :tII\

fold stay, so that people wouldn't poke slaves to read. celebration ill Ohio next September.The | C. 1*. llautiirton, tho fifty millionaire, i! drtiir: ;!\\illsellvou: at.1" cents alM.i-}

fun at them for the awkward predicamentin During; tha past seven years more than Court Journal says that Kaiser William !! used to i\ldie out butter by the pound to J j th,. Even if cverythimrt:: cl>e has bill'li l

which tho paucity of national historyhas I, eud ui ,ui this t fur. certniu. -

left them, than to take it down and ''cultivation., This means an immense loss to tho coronation to take place' in May. Rwv. C. II. :Spurgeon: the London preacher, i!\ .

puzzle folks by the sight of unfinished the land and farmers.In .
owners !
Tho first words of Rev. Joseph Parker has ivtunie-l to London from Mentono j -- - -- -

frieze upon which work had been stopped. the Desert of Sahara rain falls in torrents upon his arrival in Liverpool were that L'o 1 greatly iniprove in health. i Brace t'p.

Washington Cor. Boston Transcript. i at intervals of five, ten and twentyyears. should never come to America again.; Mr. Bt-rg.; Jenny Lind's music master, is You feeling ttl'l'rl'--'lI

j In winter tho temperature frequently The Duke of Newcastle will! winter in Ftill t".lI'hin."lU. i(' in Swollen although ho j i I tite i is are : lathered, your with aj>jn--
are head-
poor, you
below the
CURIOUS ACCIDENTS. !! freezing point. Florida and pay a flying visit to Philadelphia. I is more than v The islands on the eastern coast Virginia He is unmarried awl has a cork leg. 1
young, I The itiv -atr of the diamond cutting machine out of sorts and want to l>
rui ,
William Good, of Mount Joy, Pa., broke are bekig restocked with hares imported Louis Kossuth, now well 011 his bCth year, [ was l'harll.'S1.. Field, who is, now iai Hraee but not with !stimulants uj}

his leg while to pull oil his Itoot. I animals from England.have icon Several turned loose.thousands of tho is ia capital health of mind and body, and i the jewelry trade in Boson, :Mass. I ro cduult.orhittcr up, ..., which have for, spring their::

Jesse Mead's horse ran away near Tremont, constantly busies himself with literary \\ ork.It Staff ittr J,v Blacklnzni'-s health gives his I basis very cheap whisky, and) which >timi -
O. and threw him headlong into the frozen Elihu Stevens, of Smithfk-ld, Me., is at tho It i ftsuvtl
appears that Bismarck has an eiderbrother | family and fril'll.llt.'C'p concern. i iI elate you for an hour, and then leave
creekvhcro ho broke through the ice and head of a family which is probably' the who has leea under prefect of Miagaril that lie has a canter of tin stomach. in condition than In-fore.
ia the In this there I you wor>e
drowned. largest country. family
was since 1S41, and is about to retire, i EilisMI"-; I'.it'.n-r: has l,('.>a a rolling stone all What want is an alctrativc thltViIi
which William of are five generations, which! comprise :;10 jar I I you
The mule
upon Grading, ; aged 77. Lis life !but IItIlit time age; of t H4 has about j purify blood, start healthy actionef

Lick Creek, Ills., was riding, shied, and sons.Mr. M. E. Ingalls, of Cincinnati, carries an insurance !! $l'n), throwing Uraling against a tree, he was : Holcomb, lately secretary of tho your
of ?ouOOO: on his life-the largest of Tom's electrical wvo'k.Vo.i :. I and renewed health and strength
lulled instantly. American legation at 1'ekin, says that out of : give ; .
sum carried, it is said, by any resident of M .ltke's habits likely to illI I :Such medicine will find in KWtri
Seven years ago tho little son of Jamoi; ; tho 400OUO,000 inhabitants the Chinese empire that | > "simple are j a you

Loup, of stoup ville, Ga., got a blade: of straw I fully 300,000,000 spend less than ;1.50 a city.At j sure hint a long; old age. He enjoys family I i! Hitters, and only ;0 cents a bottle any
the ball of the Pelican club, where Sullivan | lif.% shims cirtiijxiay and talks rarely, but :j store Indian Hinr.I .
in his car, and was made deaf by it. Recently month for fowl. i drug on
lately suarred before the Prince of pithily, and ii'lishes a gnotlgamo of whist. i i iI
tho straw, two inches in length: I Sea otter has only been known to Europeans Wales, the Pelicans all appeared in Pelican

worked itself out, and tIe Ixiy's hearing; i* ; as a fur for about l.V years. It is tho waistouts.Complaint. I Jviker Carlisle has two sons, William -\. 1.1IH.MANN.

restored j I II rival of seal in fashionable 1'a'"or.I n v' r, j is 27 years of age and Patents.T. \Va-liington. It. ( .

LIGHT AND AIRY. I or gray squirrel, is a very oil: fur, and was is made in Washington: that i is maivn-d. I..t gai is younger; awl still a I-I Eend for Circular.I .
I Ij William Walter Phelps is wearing; the "same | bachelor. both iu business at Wichila. II
at one time the si>ecial favorite of royalty.It : They are I MONTH. XitrajuUtrntn.iv,! A
brown suit .which l> chestnut
rusty ecanie a
; Han. I I'lun' to inakiiu: > <>\ wt tel.! lot hr.
i is said that scales for weighing diamonds r ii \
A Groat Problem. : II I $350 .
j some years ago. :i Count de Sinmueck of the Danish lega- ri'.ovy at OKIU.S.: : L....1. t... i'N. >
There an problems in arithmetic are brought; nearly to tint delieney of balaucvj ; : .-\\.,rL. X. .}
That pair a fellows gills j which would enable dealers to detect flaws in Sam Small announces that ho has given up i I: ti"a at St. Pftei-shtirif, has !been appoint ,

7 And algebraic corkers tho stones by minute variations in weight. his l.iliors as mi evangelist, und is now a j I Daai.-li iiii.-vr tv the United States. liei I:; '\" .\ r;':!>. :ro';; .. \" ;' .., !

i An gcoiivtric l.ill.. I j I They weigh accurately tho iVr tijioa the duties of the i>ost in :I AGENTS ....1 I'" .. ;. uti ,' I 1I 1\ \.
Rut the of all l l.> I). C. .. '
touxliost:; pn+ > nis. carat. i Febrnarv. i I
;: :
; ;; .1'
si That with dread a 1ms!and fHL I Hi 1.1., 'v t wu.i. .i. ,,
"' 1 Dr. Gross, of Geneva, has lately exp eri- !J HaJiiui 1 SjH'iiccr, who has been made prl'siI The Prince .>f Wale* is angry at the Use ,;f >
Is to buy arth "at "11t'cial t.a1.-
For two small .ills. .I 'iicutod with himself in hanging. His exj!j; Beet of the Baltimore and Ohio railroad fit a '' 1J.; name i.i connection with a projwsed l.mtjtt..t \

ri -Chit.:1Jt 1I1t"r.O.ean.: pcrimenU established that the sensations fcalary of >='J5XW, : a year, was: a rodnum earning : t<> K'lruin aal : ;Smith and has inttra'tetl J

r. were only warmth and a burning in the head, !i| a scant .Hilary a few year ago. lie is .i his private M-en-tary to give an em- 1 1i] ttavevnn .
i cough PrnncrittK A thrria, Indlppstlon rseI
( han of H...<>. | without convulsions. Of course his expertrnoiit i; 1.ot yet 40 \ i-ai-s old. ; I'ualic : to the ivjjort. J I PARKER'S GINGER TONIC uhwit dviaj. K1'iis
cured inanyi>f the MurstKt3 ana is the L.e remedy
Kansas City Rcjwrtcr have an occoan didn't go very far. The new l-'jvnch president: things to a Sir t"lll'th Curnmings; tho son of ( Jonloa | for all aifcrlions of tho throat and lungs, and drwaaeari

j of n l'ell'Jguilt,)" of all sorts of Lnitalitiea !| The in-tauaieat of Gen. To)mnb; has l.een nt j I family of Srnteli ()ri in. The original immo Ciiiin,. time! glut lion; slayer, is lack iu and"ing pick from,strurclini impure against blund and di.-
it which ought to send him to the potiiiuiitiary j! last t.!iipi>ed from Italy. This is the third wa.l't l'u, the rttii-U ditninutivu of which j An-ri.ti after a years absence, during i I j I to the grave will: ia many eau ncovcrtheirSealth I J

for life. ::10nmllcntellt has been built. The first !; oil I Iv Cuimot, or little earn. This was i w;Lid, !;" visited: .'.-jtl1lrtl'a and killed | fri-roix thettnwlvu-'eofParker'sGinerTenicSlit Take it in timo. It h invaluthh fur denyigloo-all pain

m Ablo E.1itor-W..ite (him up and I'll d>: ;: was Kt at sea. A bet of crystal; was foaad &,>n corrupted into ('argotPrince !| tou': '" ii..::.; anti !'l'Yt'lIlt'o; .u" 's. j jM and disorders cf Etoauicli and bowcU. I'rvc.bW.IciJBE .

manta of the authorities their reason<< for not in tho second after all had beta completed | llv,; I.uil'uld, of Bavariais I *.. Henry livings; two sons are at college, !

arresting him. Who is Itl'h .' ?xcept the hiS block. j bitten in the hud while hunting by a 110'';, ; r n'loho,," ri'Ids::, of the inheritance of their 1"1'? '1 ll. DEAFI

Mulligan, the date: card monte slurj'." i j The Lincoln Journal, while it does not which it i,> caret was mad. Fortunately I fJ. bt'r's vnius.. At a rev tut iierfurniance j i-trK's: Da';;On l' (\U': 'u:

"Ehf That slugger v.-lio lickwl the ihrea .'laim that the town has the prettiest women !I tae ,;uuUtI> m',' not deep, and do not deprive i t!.ey lighted;: the audience by the remarkaMe I I! HUUMS.; l'r.iFK:TJ.V UHSUiKi: : T1IK HKAUlNitm -,

editors across the ways" j; in Xebraslai, is quite certain that it has tho the priiuv of the use of his hand. iiiuiiiRr in wiiich their recitations weregiver. I matter vhtJier rtfulin-n in caused I)) f..i.lx I"ver

"The 63 D1 ." !i !homeliest: men. "They are warm hearted Carter Harrison wants all the American !i iwouu'ii I *' ur iIljurw. t.> the natural rUIlJO. ling>. i4
*'Rcmon lier tho golden rule, my boy, I 1 aid nice.*' it says, ''but as homely as a sorrel position, lint inviMibl i tiiotLfrittbtl: t-oiutortol-lrt'
to dress as tho Chinese rule. "We tkrr New I
per Whitney's''' York house was } liusif. bUTI l!
Deal gently with the I w ar. '< nv atillll, t wen III'I-"r
erring.OmahelVorkL 'i I lorse with a blazed face. I would then Iltiour better halves dressed," j the };iitf Oliver II. Payne, his. wife's I dixtinrtl.T. WV rrt.r to thou using: tb"nh. crud'

: It is estimated that pin factories in New j Le says, "to please an artistic eye, without \ii broth-, and if is said Payne gave it to her j ji.s for ilhihtratiHl look. of pr.'ifs fr.... AlJr"FsF.1llic"y

.\ C'lirislinas Carol. i iWe i i England turn out 10H>IOOOxtJ) pins yearly i the present waste of female health amid | a I ri,1all'l...- 'ut. It cost ::tWUUO: and its !I $4)nrnadway'.SrwtxhI
the 'I --- -- --- ----- ---- -
other factories in
iud that states bring strength. furniMiiir:;s are estimated to have eaten t
loath: aUior. t-st, despise! j I up
The man \, ho d....-s not advrruse. i!! she number up to ISOJO/JOO/Xx This is f| Announcement is made that within three {.:;I.I.I).to l1lurt' I I1 l1I (: ('OirANY'S KXTKAlTOF

And when Iw finds afUT New Year's I II ;xmal to about one pin a day for every ia- weeks Maurice Bcrnhardt, who was almost as i i j Tin-re are nine surviving ex-governors: ofJlaswarha.iftts MK.VT. Fin.-st ai.d )01'at FIav'.ur,!>fSImsk :

Knnugli to justify lii" fears habitant of the United States. 'I well known in New York ns his divine and I| namely: George S. Bout well, I t.irS" "P'31etb': ( iMHln1 aiul Saa'l' .

That he laid in t'Mhr\!'tcoCk. English etiquette has decided that unrnarrietl adorable mother's tiger cat, will lead to the J Henry J. Gan:der, Natliaaivl P. Banks, Wil- I filial s.iliH (KM) if o ,iur-.
That to his store folks didn't lloek.Aud '
laili"s should never use a cn'st r.n anything matrimonial altar: tho celebrated beauty, hun Ciailiii. William Guston
i Alexander II. I
half Lis ure.till I
goods sln-lf
-n'>te l'ipl.'r, servant buttons, brushes | '.I'rinrtw'l'erkn Joltownska." LIKIJKJ rOSH'AX
Iliiv F. IlutlerJuhn
liciijruiiin I).
fell luatIH% iklekt, tits:l.i.e him. lf. Lung mId I
Israeli Courier. I yr any other article. It usually found that The other morning early a little curly George D. Ri>biusoa.Wilkie f An invaln.t'.l. t-.iij- h a furs**.

j the people l est entitled to crests" and coats cf hiadiii girl of 0 or 7 years went to tho' Collins lives in and sIxMti. f'-r whu-li nation* ..hnnidfri-igrim-. -
.\ Good Yt'arJt'I'a f"I :i inns make the least use and display of them. Maine state house and asked otlicer "Is I a pleasant! substantial I Lil"-S-e M;...lual 1'n-sK." % I. in'tt &.'
I au In.u-w in Gloucester place, Portmau
I 'Ilat, Mr. Superintendent, you will JmifcI -| A curious law case ia Liverpool concernedshewing I Governor Bodwcll dead?" "Yesr, was tho II i. square, I iiilou. He suffers much from nervous (.KXriXE with KIiu Si;iiatiirr

I I suppose, that your street cars an outragaCUSlV ; ; gum. A confectioner was lined fur I reply. "Oh. he used to give mo candy!1" I prostration and gout in the eyes Tho I

i roM(' selling the article for food, which, it was vhe exclaimed, and turned away crying bit tl nevclist admits that what ho needs is '.001- OF H.\tox LII'.HIli in f.,,-smliaa'r'>--. Ish..l
I < "tale.dmofi.
; "Well. yes, in winter they are pretty cold, claimed, was as indigestible as a button, but I terly. ness, poatv and jui<-t." I Hii'hly rccoinint-iiili-tl a.. ain; litH-aji mi-t'-w
tr .
of course, but you ought to lie willing; to :he defense stated that the article was per- I tlrwl;;"
Mr. Labouehere i. down the tall
; on hat.
I It i is intimated that the .
j take reasonable view of I I i jopo received S, OO I
: the
l1u tt r. feetly! harmless and not intended to K- swal- KXTRAIT
lie says: "I do so loathe it that if the present LIKKH; co3iiMXY\s
; : "ItaaMoaable view 1 lowed. i messages: congratulation.. Allowing -
: "Why Now ministry would mica it a coup de grace by invariably !; ten words to each message, this would 4 .....'"'
certainly. you f'1lC"u1ill'ut 'I i In order to retain one's place on the pen- nearing; in IMt hats I almost thiuk OF \1\1'. To t.., land ." tlf all Mtnr.iiPpr.r.;" '
make N>0 words. At
i n thermometer in car.anf leave i "J-V an average rate of thr I uteli
oar it thornthe I tor
fheiui.ti.Statf. Stile
;:inn rolls of Germany it is iwvessary; to ll'I >- that gratitude would oblige me to turn Tory aunt .
year round you would hind that with the I in ia t.' A. I i''iI a wnnl these ines-ages; would therefore i .-* [1IlLIIftl""al. ('t.l1 1 t' l'3vi.t ttu. J ):
iX'll'thl're once
; 110 al.Zl'ro : person years. even at the risk of having; my head stavedin i represent a cost of $thr). church Av<*iiii.*, London, lhahtJ.
I degrees in the saauntr and !I lluilJatt, of Gleumore, Ga., had nearly lapsed by a Tory constable." I I _
the 10 (lesrces bungs zero in the winter we 1 he tin. ali-l at the last moment sold his tea [ Josef llofmann has stirred Boston to its

'I strike pretty good average; in the ('ntiuj"t'lr.Hur..l..t | icro farm. with a good hoa*.>, two cows and I John B. Alley, of Massachusetts, is said to 1 dc-cu-st ihitellec-anal: centers. In other cities I :\oTici:.
lie worth considerably over 10,000,0 News I 1 its entire crop and effects for &t; ) to robe j Hol'mann has been listened to; in Boston l'fial
is tue richest Republican in the old Bay 1 i Ia Circuit Court of the forciifb J >
money to go. they try to account fur him. The Theosophists -
and is fond of The
i Tin!? JUl'Italll 1luJ. ; An esjieriaieat is Icing made on the Cali- I part state of Lis fortune was politics.made in simulation greater ,;: of that city say he is tho reincarnation > Circuit of FlwMn, lirrranl ('" "f'JIn -

\t1boah be covet it fram birth. I, fornia coast to test tho utility of (\ ':'>...! wave cf some great musical spirit. j
and he is constantly adding to it. Mr. Alleyis
' And covets it through life's! brief span, 'force. Atm oj>ening ia N.>i-hifsgreat 70 ell.I ] Senator Brown, of Georgia, is supposed toi \ ( lltrll "'J'
i Jan I years i iI I
' never. near gets the earth. tans are 'llspenIl'l, and their niviVLi> at have been th-r author of a history of Georgia | Antoinette De Iteming
It i*the earth that get the man. I I The remains of President Carnot's illustrious i ] Hill\\ for
the ebb and How of the waves ij su gea.v.l as which: wasitlited by one of his friends and } .
-l:'>stun Courier. 'i in the I 's. 1)ioree.Alexafhler
grandfather are cemetery: atMagdeburg
i to work immense pumps, which are Lt-irned !a! tae words "Joo Drown"nnll De Kcnthcl.
-- 1 x> fill large reservoirs on elevations, tie s.:' l e- : and an attempt will newsbe "Georgia" were synonyms. It is an interesting !
)i .\ made to have them brought home to France.
Trawele.lMail.. ; Alexander Itenthel.
; Jig users: to ul'plyyater power to nuuiufaej look, aid, cs a life of Joe Brovrn, is ru I De tie
re Mr. OvtTthorhine in Cineimnti: drummer) j I oriel of various kinds. He died an exile, proscribed by the restore m:1l1til'. : !It appearing from the allidavit ol
aM -Yes, l'n'IIl'n an extensive tra't''r.lis: I Bourlxms\ for having voted for the killing of above-named complainant, this day! filed
1 The UniteJ States is tho largest consumingjoantry 1IL Chi'Ill'lJtlale. who died I 3
in Londonrecently. a'e'
WaMo. For the i'a' ..t ten }ears I !.>n't lie.i Louis XVI. J before 1I11!. that in her belief pl.1I |
t.f raisins ia the world and the anoi1o.UUl.tio:1 r.,.: :-.l 7, was the "old man" ":
of lc'rI
i hero 1 have spent more than oav mouth out I Mr. and Mrs. Blaine, Miss Blaine and Miss non-resident of the State of } ;l'
iail is about boxes ofI ihe John
,0W Gilbert
stage: us was ia his
i of the twelve ct home.Mlw j Dodge iG-ail Hamilton) have gone to Mar youth I| that Yon1'(' of an age excccunijj; -.
, I about twenty hounds each, wliicli at ca avcr- tit was the :.!r. Chippendale of the old Parkllieatre auUrvi
Waluo (\ouiig: hide from Iot.\t1)-) i i I seilles. Mr. Blaine thinks seriously of going i coils.; and that your Imo t-ethic
of box shows
ige fu aa e.ia'nilture ofxItlOO.UJii in Xl'Y o-k, from ls>,j till tho
. I Oh, I think traveling is MO intt'J"lostmllDl it t to Algiers; whence he may sail tor Naples. i and residence are unknown to her.
j per annum for Oh.tele in the house was burned in l rI7. In ISiJ; ho O
improves one so nnu-li. you know. You hate Iried fruit line. The amount referml He has haft his heavy luggage; at Paris. It is rc- j It is, therefore ordered: that }),11
turattl to England.! For
toreproeats ; nearly ten
l ,iitecll"ari.; .. )il'.': : : said that he may, on his return to Paris: put years ho i, answer or demur to the billofcoUlplaintfiled
; says: l. XMOUO boxes Valencia. l.VOiX; > his 11leu1iiu:; in retiivracnt.
: Mr. Ovmhei-liiiie. and Mrs. Mortou. I this day. tltt'I.
we slave another i twres California :JOOjOUO boxes Malaga and up with Mr. |I.ItahJ complainant
: nun for Kentucky; toy route ail Ii >s uortrof 100,000 boxes Smyrna. Paul Philipjjoteaux, the painter of the Get- Georj.W.. Williams, the colored historian i tore II1c. on or before the}! fifth ":*>>

tho Ohio river.New Yori: Sun. I 1; tysburg and Niagara: Falls cycloramas, has I.n1 tin- bt-'t' known writer of hu race, has i I March ..\.U. 1SSS. else said bill will v*

-- ju-tput ( finishing; touches to a drama i taken cOllf"i lJ.
I All just finished a work upon which he has teen a :l
j I fp With Hiir.
; The II which he !hOi...-; to see perfonawl oa the It further ordered that: this notice
Cigarette. stage is
for two consisting of
I Wife-I am afraid ik-ar. that engaged: years thirty I
" I am only a small cigarette.Hut : with Clara'squarrel pictures of scenes in the life of Gen. Grant, befor.very" lng The name of this play Is I be published in the FLOKH sTJ'"ufnewspai

my work I will get in. you !*<. I serious matter.young Sampson is a very beginning: with his infancy and ending with "Panda and the scene is laid in Africa >er }published in said ;

For the: stern coSin makerAud : i' UuoLandGtlene his funeral. They are to be exhibited firstat Panda, the hero, is said to be a second I Brc'anJ.itatc of Florida once a \\t:
; prim uuJertakrrWill : ; they will Jx? as tle- Othello! ia character and
i appe-arau The for four ccllth'e'l'l.k
Boston and then throughout the con
declare I brings ft h to their l voted as ever in a few days.! : country.Mr. horrors of slave 't
; net. I ,, a hip are reproduced: and Done and! ordered at Chamber
-H.'ton r.utli't. AVife-Xo, John, I think you are nii>talen.I Frederick Villiers, the well known war cnj scene is tlevotwl to a slave market inCliarljstoii Orlando. this ?nth day r<'iW"
t I No girl will quarrel with her lover just before correspondent and artist of The London I S. C.Beajahain A. D.
i Science" Is laverthing. Christmas unless there are good and Graphic has entered the lecture field. How 1SSS. ,..

Young Wabash (of Chicago)-Are YOU sufficient reasons for it.-New York Sun. ut with :Mr. Archibald Forbes through the i Constant, the French painter, is I [L. s.] .JOHN.IudicialCircuit) BIOO.l1fudge
i a mall of medium height with ith
bright brown
; interested at all in matters of a M.'it'Ili'ificuatun' Franco-German, Servian and RussoTurkishwars
j eyes amt a frank, genial face adorned with I of Florida.I .
Miss Waldo and has fund of Circuit
Of Not Much Interest. a great interesting ex-
I : close cropped hair and beard. i A. .\. Stewart. Clerk of the
j Spain and
Miss WaLlo (of Boston)-Oh, very much, I Lady (to husband) You don't periences, which he relates with graphic d o- I doliereb\
tell ur., the Holy Land are his favorite sketching Court, said County and State: ,
)Ir. \\'abash
John, that eleven cities: were over: ou-a and quence. gr unrl... lIe is jx-t no..... however, engaged Certify that the foregoing;' is a true coFn

m Mr. Wabash-You think, then, that everyone millions of people left homeless gad starving Jay Gould never smoked but one cigar; iu upon the decoration of the grand council of original order of publication 110N.oJ

should possess some knowledge of Husband-Yes, in China. his life. It made him so ill that he never : chamber of the University of Paris-a work file in my office. Witness my hand v

science Lady (disappointed)-Oh, in China. Inter- tried another. It seems hard that many a *(hick will occupy him three years, and for seal this 30th day of January, *.

Miss Waldo-Yes; I attribute much of our esting matters of that kind always happen man who loves good cigars cau't afford to buy which ho is paid oO.OOO francs, in payments ISS8.

Mr. Sullivan's phenomenal success to his such a provokingly long distance away!- them, while Jay Gould, who could have the Cf 10,000 francs: a year. 1..1. STEW'AKT, .
scientific ability."-The Epoch. New York Sun. finest weeds in the world without seriously Clerk of Circuit tou"



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1. A LITTLE- BUNDLE' OF. RAGS. !I j! SIIERIFF'S SILK. I!| Ludden & E3t s' Scutum' F Music House E

I Under and by virtue of execution I
A1 hungry ; issued ]
A tiny shaking form; out of the circuit court for the i -i' fem.tii .
I seventh
J Two little naked feet judicial circuit of Florida, in and :

. Out in the bitter storm; for IJrevard, in a certain cause therein : !

i A tattered bundle of rags and stains I depending, wherein Theo. P. Jenkins i iplalntiir i" ; j A NEW FERTILIZER I ?

. A beggar from door to door, I / ; and S. Kydcr i is defendant. [ ':
A freezing bundl** of aches and pains I have le\ied upon and will sell at public ; Preparedt-l'ccialY: [ for the Orange and containing; the! several ci' !nient- n* !' .--arv I:

A tarn;;chill ue the poor!. outcry to the highest and bet bidder for : to Mi>tain plant life.i/ : t
Two pleading, tearful ryei j cash, in fiont of the couit house dour in 'I PHOSPHORIC ACID, POTASH, CALCIUM: AZOTE. : J i i ii

That none \vil ever miss; j the town of Titus\'ille. county of IJrevard, n'1 i I'
.0 i Tin- Fertilizer ha> been after ,
produced years j-tmly by Pr.or. ( ). PrU.ih IlKKFOLA
Toro little sunken cLe k* and) State of Florid, on the fiat Monday i ,
knew I : / The firmtVIi. !r''io Piano nod Organ I : being; far -uperior to any high grade fertilizer the nllrktt.:11111 it i LM
That H"T o kiss; i in I IA Xovcmber. (the same being the iLil'! depot fit'il.o .1:.t... T'.w! Ji--: Place to bun; I on > KI '
tattered Ixiiull"of rair and stains day thereof.) .\. H. h:,;;. hctivoeu the The C'henpot :'Ir.l'l' lo buy ; Tin >alo!.t at about one-thiid leis in price.: It i i-1 made in two gradeNo.. 1 i iscntive a \>wti M''
\Vhowhine-. fur a crust to eat I l'lart'lo b"y. .\ 'nKniI'Cfi itccwnl: Over \ of and also
; J legal( ; I hours of eah'. the de- root rot, := detrowhite antand wlNd! luc
following '
frwziaK lfcido of aches and ; lO.tXM I'i.u'o. .i..l Uran.: I"'llhl''d iu xmtliITII -
A pains, scribed real estate, described a; lollov.! : ; llolllts, ..1..CL 1*. .IU.r..r %II. 2 dot- not contain thus -Pt't'ttll'.
.\ Lomelas clulJ of the
street .
i j'I IJeing a poition, of lot three (;{) of "ecjtion s_, G,v., Nov. 1st, 1SS7. ;. For priceand further information, addrc : 1",
TVotiny |>urri!" hamls; threi (:a{) of township twenty-live ; o. n('(;. lSla; :'1'QLt.a11rrllt'1!..'. 1'ta. .
A stoicli of tall N-.! haIr; (J.:,) couth of / loom fwf ti'e i,K.itfbion. Its a lon 7 I'r JAS. 3h t'( )\Ii..11'l'itn-vilc, !!
range'; tnirtj-Mx (:;1 rj e:1t. i Ta.! ..
A Lttl rotary li".id I and also one. It's he-id in )[al.l11, and rear in 'I I.
olnoithea-t I
a portian uf .
A>-! "': n't tl!" iuv->jont bare; quaiteroi Savannah.OU in jits of agona containing t ;
A Wtp-,1 IIU'J.. of n:'; i-ilileoJ, j jloivxtroVr i the said untthca'tnatter\ of scc.iua four ( t). I I 40,000 Pianos and Organ, told by L. & L'. j j'r I ,
township: and in the
1Vh'ss 4rif" i. : i lange. rouutrof
S. :M. II. since 1&'j'J.
A wri"ffh hutl'ile of woes ct rest, j|. Urevard Florida to-u'it : The noith1 i 1 l 1 11 021 ,1 ''l rt I! (;tlRy .? 4c.,'d : n ', t ': ;.f pn hn8os+mtl:. Jmr
------ -- ---- .
.\ fn./."i child 0? th- : east corner of :aid lot of land ... Were ; >PV"V < < ts jxKir'Donirttti j located ('m'i:narr t? ( a tnrgehc u"" '"rv" >ir > './/Vj t+h, n ..11obl.wiihalrcie.LIk'i .
Muller in Frank Ix 'IIe'd. I at a point on the batik of Indian \\"c do a I'tr-ie tr.1tlc.'l' "- 11 !':an'su'ttransin i-i. / ji.Iv.. i- 4 T-I ,kTfulitn nVj>f l'lncyetvnutn\+ 1
,: all houtht ru Sta*. s. \\.' foa\t ao.leeICi'y I and the tiFh th".vnl ,
l.lterliYc j Imndreil I I and thiity (;:.')0( feet above,, i..'t su th<- h,.n-t : :irattd.. <<)rnQtt : + a J fjatl +, '4.IIlr'. ,: t 'J>iin+ d 'M.a 111'1< r raritK n la terf pan< tfi

Their Worli Was Worth Soinothing.Tl south of the quarter c< ctirJli liar'. dhiding I f >\e.u.. :iifiiintiv way Iullntt r
How have built Mich S i 11 11 i i u l'r.Ili ipl.+. Vy ve ever animmcn.t..tI'c' '
COTVS (IC a (i tirfLi fanner got into II' ;. lott'.vo (-2i, and three ,\:1{ ) of -1tCIi/):) tip :I.-- :t ,. Jz..l i- j3F 'rnA'' ,. ntth a. .tl'tdi'eaeciti.wfed I.I I.
't t'
the pen teld of bi> neighlyir) and lcgtrou thiee I i.'Ii:: ", and the :outhea t quarter ot : buinc methodand?[ I'yenterpriseprogressive dralin We I'.; -,. ., C L ;a.'y' tea t ; :" o yrfrt.uI'a rl p rely r ,t n I-huh t rtt1art a!i t .ai it;,r'l mat, TIleeaturO, r..t i b, .
square :: Il..1 a ,' ,
the h
noithea 6riI11rnt-t la
l abfMtt ten bii,Ix-lsof quarter, and the noithea {'awn .
jxa'ihore .
[ nvikpo'ir !pntr)ns our t'riind: .*. We work Ir"! ; n.'l \ rn1+ '. c111 t:: : {' :) :
UPOil tli' latter' fanner pic-*'l1h',111 accoUnt inaiter ol the :oiithea-t piaitor of -ec- : for the take: thei! into it ..: .
lion lour i, : partnership, :is !: : '..I : '" TIe $ .
t i 1 ,1. -aid! null ., >
1i ,
ti for I ; ; ,
kiiminj $ tea I.h..t! of range I
; lI .tU t
pca. div i'Ie! profits ant actually give them "t, '
thence were, li t"Liy iA! RiJ .. L. J
at foixtc'n 'l JXT hu u-l. !w"IW,- oftlecosexaruine we-t acres o aid: Jut three (tall! )J. i i 'ft' l1 r'tr'OOllr'l'S rorth.o tiara Co., HF-O CHEMIST?, 11
'mow :i : $ i7.T"nth
l hence we-t to I ilC' jisiier --tion: line i j ..,...- ; .ST.I.OOT3. MO.yc .
<<< account and then --- t
dividing! ; the n"rtiea-t .ltI-trt.'r of the! : ,:- T :r--- ('ap1tal.ur !M!"'t f ash. our 1:-tisne ,
said"Look: here! my ('ow.; situ up ten e.i.'i 'ir-Iir- vid'isosl '1)' r-. (. > h. .
southeast 1L ....
lf'1'yr1.: : .
I hut quu! irr. trom the 1lIl1hw.t.! \ItI.'S-:1: : .r'vridJl.r: pti:_.:11It{Irl1l.t.ulrtit ; {.( \ ",", >.. -< '. :. ,
bu-hehof your |huts, Jon l know the of the ... .. the ...I l Viiat'a .. ,. to ;c't't :' t
qu-uter :-outiea-t >, ot sail; i( / i an ijiu i ; >< r. way \: rul : in atierin.! ;< p('a'; i.; t > ,
section I
tour .
(4)) themeouth tthe .i\ "'- "' .. 1':1' L"
: } '' ..
Fall Winter 1837-88 ... ,,, '1.- :... .: ; o. .. r. .. ..;
and ; : .
the { Bargains '''.t. ? ..4 .
for > :00. .
half gatim-iu 1 .' .. .
;; \ou sec my 1 j iioitbut corner of .\. I.. and! K.: F. ,., f ,Jlf.f rot. ,::1.- ,.... .
cow were fUtilhnl to five l Iluitl l.! ; of llab'h'a )pnruha-e in will. section, them-e : j rui'imcrCInsiJrOiit Sale oxer. S'arerenn,1. 'i1'tb 1-- .q;):, n .'I'h. .; f.' W.}, .... iI

those iiw for pickingthem.. 1'hi'ivfoio last along tbenoitii line of paid pll1'I'hl" rrowclcd nilli as5211.:Sc'\'" In-trii'tii-iit' ..JJ_'v- "l. ,; '- .. ...'Y.I'.1 M. ,..".. 'r /. ., I'
p.ircSiuse-i ., -
Iitiinen-e '411in-ct: frost :-tiiit-* ': ? "
I only owe ou for live, lnsvlat! I sixty; of .\. L. and 1:. F. Hatch: to the we-t I t.roalir c,...-, toe i :lit .n:.. A. .,..,:, / F:1 r. ." :" ." :.\\; k $_. "'+' :' B&tS .,
and tim, nu&cs: $;;'{. llvrc bank of Indian fiti: \Vinter 1'>S7-' :>s. : ;: }: : :' : i ,; -t '
cents your line 'being; ...r.r"!< :>-....",..,..... / "' A"-rj/i Afj> > ;" ,OJ 'P" \ .a'i" + .i .". .VH .1 ,-
uionev." And at EJ;; they: I'Ult'tl.-Chi- f( bundled anil eighteen i .JIM I tit'rt irom : ; t
Xot re.lll11 lri'.e-; ,1l1i pc.f're iil'-:rt- :5 : : c rtttt-i! ,::. .t..I .1itfOtat"n.'
cago; Nev.o.Tin the line dividing lot three (al; front lot : memi, i but i\iQ\ same ''l' j>. ;'....- :1.1 b ;cr Lrou1: ant itJ v.'ure.:;w. :::1 u a t..1,.,,. 'L;,i"" .

--- l"our (III 1 of said ->1'I.dill three I3;;, and t'ie! '. tiistrACL'altreaitr' \'i-: !; ,' i't! ,> :;"'n. ;:'. f:rI ;t:2S?' .JLHLE, CZAfJC 11TrLiY list' I Yi-;; : 'i.j rIt'!tt:.: ___ ,;

I'nycJiiilii fir Uauchn-itln;. I noithea-t quarter of suutlc! ':;-t on:uter.from Of nr Iov.e-t-pri intr.M:! thli! : ifpecidly i-> cllt'C'\r: :1Ccl I'r"J Itlr. unO 'G."s a.'r.. O.ta 111111 !..1- r ,!'.'O! .'f ..WU /""U.ryh. .II \
the couthea-t: quaiK-r of the south- wtl'y' {'-j.i-"ls1 uf a vt-i,''it:'j" '.''Ht'L'n'It 1:,t'! .at'. t.t taw :.11'1.115 ,.
Tiie North American lle\iew prints a I trn'. They: rrel \- i" "* .t'i i f181 no la rm-Ji al Mli'itce. T5.Bryi'''?i.. ti..L''II.v.t t :\ ti" : t>i XCc. ultsi. II
feries of the autographs! cast quaiter of paid sirtion four j il.:. and I we nrcpron,! of them. } lnr>\ talc!: -"'_ril c. Lion. IiT'cJana, aid *'>'p.pej"%'i>i, -:'u arc a :&'.Ifuuvrd f J'c I' : 1/\\

written at various OJKK'IS! -apu.m'l hence noitherly along; !o'ai.1 I liver: to : ,t-nc-h! bariin.a p:ip'-;-, !):t ;;c' *.!" urUU.t. all hcrrlro!' rC\'t'r"' Cl>lll:( :_.tit f1'S'rftt.: 'Ol).' I 1.0111. *s. .Ma. ,':
place 01 leginning.i -er\in, ;:! and excepting nUtl rI.ttr( (H! life. :Starting; ; in hi:, early ; a '. .... 1'10 1tadi.; C .tutl t(-'.t tin- 'rl:{ '1'ti \r -lat t
;, Mom the :Ihllthat '('el) of I Iland rri33fopv.'t. --! : !' '" f:: 'I w.. \> xic NIV.: I'rieo, 25 t(21114 ;>rr ionll j
lioldand clear ", i'..tmtun', it I'l'tainJUo.t: P11 j i \ / NMsl1'44.% <.: i..'a 1i .. ('ns :id'r"l ;:' : \...< t 1ll aUcil So any address> postpaid. UOSti OJili In'l:l. Suit liy: clruggLsts ;I. .5 i
sold lay .Stephen Uydcr and wife to :i t of tlJ(:; chamcteristics in th*' daof hw I*. *'. May) by deed hu'il/g' date .\lrill l | lrrr'll'SS'. i'o'iM'lTiit.i! *; 1 l 1 i.'it-tii l..'."M>r*.s,Vrtdctivt tart. LO'U'XeJ, 3dQ. tf' tJ
crjatiNtMNosbut 1 / ( 'j r.i...:.Frfiii-ti',;c.wi.i.i .C h.....*..Ij,jiet.h'j,.nl.ri 0--._..... __ __ t
= paralld'ith the .:50. lv7.::: and iccorded in Hook: K of Hr; '- I '
declining fortunes: of the i i. i 'f\ : ?'j :.> PI to.-'maltt'ftlI'.Iri.. :rti rr: '!d. :" UT1 1 :\U'ti.; l i i.1
man < agt Yard Deeds tin Page -0 t) ; conUiining !i full i.z' JtU. I--MI Walt ee': L.t"- r.'yln 1
c1c 'n<'ration fir his until C'II""JI \a',,' tr:.:t-. .v fav.'nl. t.*>:!" '1"'.,.,;.',11..;i I.\MOi'U":: a It (;Ain .-iii.'. FI:1.. ) .. '
uutojrraph' at ..
twenty-two \c22)) acremore or h' -.s. : B dd. Uritlx.a'" *C. IllCnH'ittf i'n'fif. I'nt''' f ( /',,/;'/, #;

the end we have nothing more than the Dated this :'ht day of September.1 i: r\rtt E';; (a:t:; .;>.-Pa'ort:. T'" 01 le. iiy; 1.c.IJrtIlIY I;. I j' /7o, i,! ,. ,!

rudest, cliaraeierle: M'r. wI. The autographs A. 1). 1 ;. I'-h.-. rl.t"lHtit.'t.. lxti t'uit.1.. ; :!.i.ii I;' Noticehcieby! ;iven that the Inllnn-
: F'anlain; u.'.';. :\ !.<-jiiil uii| i. nK.i. vi.a In ti! 'j
of tUK tit J. T. 1
I ,.. in -JlUl1c.II"t'ltll'r' baliled notice )1' Iii e : .n u
cannot but sag't'it: th/ ravaging Bt1! 1, .i-t. tor. I.IL".., I; >,:k. J.1 1 nt1jrI t''?'. i i ;; ;
changes; in tin nervous system thatverc E. II. ( 'O\ .\I:. Sherill i :-t : os(: '\-r< nrH i:. ,LL'tt '. "'< i : [intcntioi to make tinal proof in stipjioit Pavis, aimiiustr.iU>r of iltet.ite t
of IJrevard I tUty.. Fla. ( <-'. Jill 'K. frtoj". to'.1'ltllill fJH'. .\lllf-t .!,:-;.'- ofbi-i ci.iim. ami that said beucatlt' \Y m. I" lil--elI, .h- 'eestrl, t.> Deli! !'< i ict.ite !
the physiological: concomitant of the turmoil .J. \t..lUC111n.U.I.1'la.litllr'a abeP. rm.rIr-t. Cal.l jttiti u .!....llcj'l.'ni ::. .\. \ proofill,
*. | ,. ,. : beloie A.A.Menait.t : ( lerk fircuit t hclunging to -ai i.1 l c MaU*.
raging; in the liero\ lUiJIIl.-&ien. 'f J/rf //1.*, ri'i'ttn''. T'1tI1I. : Attornev. i:!-.;w | *>;<', WI t buy' us ill/'ardJIItlr; than pli.(/.*<
----- The i : March 27th. IS::SSYiz : Han laid Y. Knvsrll, Lney 1.. !Pavi.T.. II. '
IIK \ < ip.Mponv ('UluJlmr=lft I'ronioto Ilitiestlou.! .\n Immense Stcx'k fW<-r''-iV I ct .
lint Mtuiday in Decenilier the being S\'t'I/:\prtll. Palm littich. I). S.Jli.'J.! :;. for 'trier:11111.1ohtt t'ir'e.: .-, as al-! '> ul! p rwnr.intervsttd.
The value of tho various condiments in -anie Jl.ikc-rs! to fiiit all tottan'i! nr.,1' I
the of 1 I j the Atli flay hereof, at the same place ; 3'11) ) dillc-icnt stles! to t !uror.i.' the ca-t halt of noith-\\c-t quarter' and : 't J
preparation comhination dishes i ispreat. IChcrl'a..1. T. Pavias: a-ini.iNtml! ..
and hour. J. nOOLX'hrriU : east halt'of south-ctIt quaiter of tic(. :;;;. r j

i Used<< with discretion they stimulate : !'I.1Os.-'lliciser'n.i-ni: .t .1.... .:.:.., To\\n-hlp; 11 bonth. IJange\: cast. 'IIi the e-tate of \l'ilt. F. Ktiss!!, d'tl'u1Cdl" I

t the appetite and promote,{'itioti. 'l'Ilelh/lvl' ...ail! i is po-t[>oiu'd/ until the i Jltt11a.11clc. Brl'I, .. :.:: : ::!: t:) ti' ,"':.- lie name:> the lollouini nit lies-HS to ha* !tiled application, to .sell till fotlotrinj j i
I (1I:t .tNS.-a'Inl 11tl1Jjj, r.1n.t'I.
tel PC' -IHT[ cilia sls.-cially \"aluahle'! in lint Monday in .':lIIll: ry. 1SSS the -:tllle 1' nit}' Mate, S.2 i *'> v 'f.jO.: / pio\e hiS OllliIlIWII ie>idt'iiee upon and ; real I chat: Ulonyin to sahl state, !

J this connection. The various herl and being: the 'Jml lay the'ieof. at the .r:1111(! j I culi\aton! of said laudl !ic : 1:. .1. Conradon. to-wit : I Half interest in Lotu. auk.t''ttlil i :

:I spicc.'S are cxccotlingly valuable; salt I is Place and hour. Easiest Terms ever iard 1 : cr. :-,>'!? *. ? o K. Pt'tpnoll. .\. M.) Field, and 1*. 1.*>, Toun-hip, i :!."), Ua11geto; iM-t ofISrevard :

soiitely! necessary to health, despite all J. K. UOW.MAN.: to $10, paid monthly, will retnire an Field, all of Lake \\'onh. Fla. : ('(., Florida, mtaininj fifty :u.rv>;

contrary assertions of Iho fool cranks bherill' Elegant Jn+trum'Ot. i' t2: S. C. Tl'CKKi: :. 1t'gi.-tct and aUo tWt'n1at'rl'S knoun as the southern r

and the: condiments employed in making i! Ono to rII. TJwt's o i' ". I"ri ri-nrfcol portion of York I'laldn in lmnshij ;
price \: ":1 <-rs
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The o'e is
salads the po..I.1. until tilt first M''evlaI .'Hi(}, Hall<;e 12, Set.lion 7, fnuitin:,: on f '
promoto digestion and assimilation thy in 'l'riur>', 1KVV, tli i ..w.' l,,'iii/; the 'tU lty 1 mido to any. V;c d!'.-,', !'., no- t.h. 1:"> kr,,. .tdnlinhfi'a 1' .,2111 (.fHH'dan.sI L
of all food eaten at the same time.- thnul,at tl.f I.rule ptaie and li-> ;.I. II. 15'wM\v. ShenlfTheaboc I 1! Notice.To on said river, thence runningitard
Chicago Times. J
sale i is po-tponed until the print find exactly n* rcjire-entiMl Full mfonn.i- all ir/io/ii it wty rvnccin. \\ to the we-t hack line, them
Ii tion given in circular" letters earefulH answered northward, thence eastward to the river, '
!Splrirr" That Capturo inli! first. in larch 188 the i Takeotit.p that six inxnth'saltir date
: Monday same Parties hvln r n thousand mile oilcan I tiy thence southward to ,iH-jniiniii, MI ato
The tarantula, of South America is BO being the oih day theieot, at the same just M well as if n.nv n1l 1111. 'iiirec'.nrth, : I will apply to the Honorable Minor contain aui1all in said

largo and powerful that it attacks! bird,: place and hour. of our entire tnulc 11 done l>y corRspond,'. '! S..IOIHCounty' .JIICI e of 15re\ard; County, and State twenty, for division :amon the heirs fount.;If v I

Roll, the-naturalist, found a \\cl stretched J. I:. HOAVMAX, Sheritl'! : I REJfEJlBEr.J.fllI'r,t )irca; Iw.-' '.-"'?,.<..: j Florida, for my final discharge from my said estate.Now '::11 r
I1 Ik *' tnttrtnntiifFair "tunes and 1'/11"' : / : HllJini of the of S.irah
trator f-t.ite
tree in which -- : -hip
across a were entangledtwo ---------1 1.. this is to command am* em-Imf '
freight Six
paid: Say'trial: !I/rll' mS ; you r
birds, one in theclnteh of the spider.In FREEoALLOur I
some places they often bite tho feet of I LUDDEW&BATES 9 ;, ship of WilliamVooltl', late an infant, i j County .Judge I oi Urevard: I County, Florida,
ii Jllwtrtited hut of full .
horses and Catalogue now mm t.' j :
'asstheirdeatll. t
A natural i! at hi ollicv at the Court House in Tittwille
of lev Pages, Containing a Pa ltd this ul\ of Fihrnan' _\. P.JXMKS ,
ist in the I ,
Amazon country reports seeing I complete assortment of the ; \ !Florida, on the :th day of Man-It,
tho native children} leading about the { 'I best Plants. Roots. Bulbs. : 1:-- i'. .\. I P. Is ss, to show cause, if any you haw, t
M. I l'O( )L
huge spiders by threads of fibre wound Pines Shrubs and Seeds incuiuv.uiun. I why said petition should not (granted, ', '
Administrator of the of Sarah F.
about their Ixxlics, as boys do dogs in our 'aU.iacUOn ; estate ;I otherwise the. s.iine shall !be taken ac infe M
I JuUlntced.: Address s& If so. send for IOJ ...'1Elti) Wool:, and uanlian of
own country.C*. 1' Holder. I NANZ & NEUNEE., (>tTIliK, containing colored plateal-?<' William Wooltf: a minor. sed, and the castK' allow til to pnicvtil"
Louisville, Ky. ,t lOengravings of different t reedijpvlccH CJT J'trtf.
,[r they are worth,and where to ---.-- ---- -- ----- -
( liven[ under mv hand and oflirialIcal
Paper front Vood. '
buy them. Directions
Making paper from wood I pulp is one HOWELL TITUS. ,, )OKB{ and Breeding Ferrets.Training Mailed & G. WIESER this :3l I 1st day of .January, _\. P. ISX; ". !
for 15 Cents. Also Cut of
of tho greatest of modern inventions. Furnishing Goods of all kinds. '< )11 XC )1: s. JONIIS

I)3JX'r'a formerly made of rig, but ('Bount Jutlr.

the the supply demand of for rags paper and greatly it is not exceeded many Pool & Billiard Room TRY Then HOOK.send for Practical 10O pn es POUi.-beaatiful MA f" '1 Boots & Shoes :,;{,.r1 El:.

years ago: tint poplar and other soft colored plate; engravings 1'ur.suant to an oiderof the HonorableMinor
i of nearly all kinds of fowlu dcscnp-
w xvls were ground up into pulp to take MAIN STREET, dons of the breeds; how to;capomzo; S.uul'S. Judge of the County
the dace' of in all but plans for poultry bongos: information MADE TO ORDER. I
the finer
rags, Court, cxcrci-in tiol1.[ in I
TITUSVILLE. FLA. Hlxjui incuoitow,and a hero to ;' 4' ;: pfC"atfjllri..1iI
kinds of pall' the wasp had been LUSH trom best stock nt $ buy and tor Ilrevanl ('Ollllt r. Florida, made i i

setting an example in doing this for untold per i. tting. bent for Id Cents.'ti : on the 7th day of .Janll: r}'. 1

centuries.AnicrkIn Agriculturist.Uoiihitns :>ole Auent in this, -n'till"' film' Ilitow':N'- Repairing Neatly Done the matter ot an application' to -ell laud;

( ;ix5la.: : Tn: '--:i Khirhtlui 1 i' j and ej :\- in I'.ievaid: C ()II"tof Frank Smith tleeeaMd j

; l couples in Franco tll) not exchange fl'y it. Treamentennbreut. 1leantifuI eelored eflulkln'--t I'tnlr.:aa t Smith, deceased l1ot t'e i- hereby ghen J !

birds, fur ple soro and front.' : that I v.-ill. a s the administrator oi saicl < '
love )letters ,
: loouneer HOIv selectid [
ase have a stock of I
and their cum How to build aid i tot k
see a Trench ;girl with a \containing Over 6.00O.OOO USEO.M.FERRY&CO. an Aviary. All about 1'arrc.u. P-ic.sct I tll nuet the wants of the e-tate. on Monday, ihc.'tli; day of :March. I, | r
PEOPLE all kindi birth cnera, c' -. M.: e i f' r i A.I). to-o-: I $. appl' to the rr'JlwralJcIiuor! :
daintily tied package of I.ttt.of which Itj CfUts. 1'ho TUOX3 Boats, -iU L la. Indian Ki\cr: Trade. !
of -aid
the M. dune. .lud' e 'uuutCur auorder .
I..y utter leaves her |x>**' s>ioa ; such ASSOCIATCD FANCIERS, 1 :Maintu "Tu! Fair." riziia
Shop on t, next tll cmponerin' ;; ,uHI autfF> ;; met< Irill
thingare unheard of. hut boxes of bon- 237 South Lijjhth Street,i'Mladtlpfcxa,Ps. I Bl'U'u'II.'fJllufl'lor
lx are admitted tobetbi ". 'In rr i YIIJ.I i: FI.\ the farmin -
>tia"d e\smaite flowers are sent each Ii I5 Largest Seedsmen xTPtgJTrST i" ida. ki.o\xu :t> the < ; Faun IM.ite. uu.! "

(may with the card of the future husband. / \ in the world.D.M.FEIRY..CO'S. the Fort Tierce Hacc. and which are ;
-Tin* .\ on&ut. 11 tf llliut t1r.a.l1'rlreaSEE rated. Hnrrlp. yn Ii Y D '0. tr(!;-r.,?!fffYJ. rp# I. f- more particularlyribc! ..l. ?itollow : /.

DDU 1 j/ All! the, Piece or Pared : known

1n. Jrnkf'n 11) <,on.hlll;. Jl JUJUUJones' M: /' __ Kt; }"A I :t- Grant"Faim 1'I arr. lUll more partieitlaily f J

.\ London coroner has rai-tsl the ANNUAL i i" vj.* % >$$Qi& described:; >. lot one. section litreto *.-.
qnes- = r L 4 *'. ,
For 16E8 r /
lion m xn-hip thirty *South thirty- i
whether a man can cough himself "; f.:. .;,.: ; '; "l'''' ;;7 ratine
will ba nailed : ';L ) "I' '
to pitveA broken rib I' Point. :::;7> ;>A., t' ,:'4-' r ei'iht; ea-t. containing. lurty-tive. 'iii'i {I
was found in -. ..FREETOALl.applicant 11...;. '\- .,.., ..... .. ,- 0-
dectaj-vtl lunatic when medical evidence | ) \ last season'scustomers, and =A.; F....... ;. .. !::w... r;.. ;.tf?; .. -- ;A-I/ )( aeremore or less ; lot four lit '

was 'brought;: forward to t-how that under tu with- ]T"f; '. _..: .. > -'": Il..f':' ) b :\ :-ettion t hirt)"-four. to\Mi-hi? txvwityninth -
| I out ordering it. i -"i th. rangy I hirt-t'i hlcat.containing y' !
Certain abnormal;" conditions Uim\ r ;: ; : : r!
J '
may Invaluable to an. A Pcrfoc"t 'Lacoe f .IUr. i awl ,O-1IJO
\ : 1 :a.\-Illur acre more jI.r
U bn)ken by muscular effort 1.Ii"'l'll ,CardenFleldtFloverSEEDS'Every person using It.1. .I, [ -.A.: ', ,....,.-.(';',",":'1.'J \ l.Lj hdI : I le,,,, ; awl tlie 1I1j1"t1..a quarter of the

by a violent tit of coughing.->Arkansaw 'sen 1 for [/ ,lii t : ,.J r ,,,U northx\e quarter of !eetion three. t'. ini-
Traveler.' "or 15s fitter th:in crnuifbouli I* in Use hand
._ iU Aldres A HEALTHY HOI Iyon lE i >f every person conttu.1: .1 t Ia:; bu .ir.i? O C C fl Q hip tliiityouth.. ridge tlirtyciiLeast.
Dh'h >Y&CO.DotroitlVUch.. ItconttUO
London R1IISQ or DJ.AJ7Q 1a elutaiuiug: ; forty-tight; acre? more or l le sJl ;
Hoiixoi (iron in More Vivid.. I Ums Z Colored
? laud in
I of
.housanda Illuitrauons and ncar'y150 pajjc'!.ttllin and al-o that pice or parcel I.
For a In"hih the I. ndoi houses:: I irhat to buy audwuere t'> gf-t it,: ..d naming lone ;:tl'1 C'Hmt:11111 State. kno\vn :ti lh j r '
never duuigctl! their j NOTICE : Indian River. ?rices for Lone poods. Trice of GTIDE only.10 cent! Fort I'ieiee i'la'-f and de-cribe tl l as lot r '
:1PI1t.\.lr:1llt..w., ; .including a, trtinca" good for 10 cents worth >f tt: ..Ui
\\hl'n a houso needs rebuilding! the front i I J.\.U};:; S'IC1i1t cti JIAN, four !-eetion ten. ton'it-hip thirty-live
of it i., apt tu U ivMnxlelod, not in thstaid J i rt > ottth. raJ.e forty cast.containin;.: ,ixty- I
A Xew usine-s
Hoti-o in fine lo
-- a ( n*'
old s-tyle which has prevailetl i four and UO-100 acremore or le!'!S : the

hitherto but according to modern fashion. tine, for Kile! at :l bargain.! Call on 1'll a Fifi'tt L<,f.* "'(lllilf/OU":1/ : .I r i.1. THE SLOOP I AGUES."! entire acreage' of all tills lands mentions! k 1 1IJln

-New Orleans Timnes-nl'Ulocmt. two Imiidred ami fourteen amid r. I

t.-:'a;;;g k,*.PlITl'lLlarEET, $forty iules'f the? /vVhigh: conn'i-Urled! liy : IUluU411l1'C or lefur, the ;purpose ofPaying j

: the debts of the decedent, Frank i
Jotei'v .Narrow lrnp 13tf Titu-\ile! Fla. and dry ; for health and ; I'AiTAiN.ioHN" MCI.IAX.j Mnith. .ih> ho\\n b> the schedule attach- .1

s so awkward) the other even 1 Indian Jliver. !1 ell to the petition tiled herein u.d all f
Maketemilar nipon
in; as to Mt down on a gentleman's silk I :XOTICi:. beauty it cannot lJ1: j I other debts which may be properly I 1

hat", crushing it tbtter than a panl.knll (. State of Florida. \ I --IIKCMIIK- rui.i.irrLY OK I proxenas charges ajjaiiiat the etato of 1 1I

.\ to think," was his comment, Couutof Dade ; : crrcllcd I GroceriesDry CJoodsHats ; I said Frank Smith.I .

'Uiat' it might have Itecn the new one Take notict that six month- after the j,I I >. 1'. )IITII.clmiui.trntor .
u- just : 'anned good.. Estate of Frank Smith. ,
lmught-Jud! : uS-Uv ot the
date hereof I will pre-ent to the ('oulltvlull.'eOt' I :

J ; iade'uuntynly final ac'eonnt- j Large Lots at Reasonable Prices I Boots and Shoes, i Notice.
sP' H>iI of the let-trie: CUI rt'nl. and vouchers Executrix of Charlc-: I Ladies Shoe great variety ; Prints all

Experiments. the speed of time electriccurrent Moore, late of bade County deeei-ed. i new pattern low prices. To all throat it May concern:

prove that if a proper contluetorcoul and ask bur niy final di eliaru'e a- such Six month after date I will prei>eut to the Hunc r_
1 lie Ready-madB ClotliBi Toilet Articles.XOTIOXS. able 5.JourFl7ubateJadFeu[ Drnllf.1 Co. 11
wound around the
globe signal executrix.ol ewbcr Kith( 1SS7.ELIZABETH i Eta.myfuiiaccount-! vuucteroftl.eett.teif j'

parting from it at any taint of it woulllrl'turn L J. .MOORE, I Write to CAPri H. A. HARDEE JOHN E 1IOOUS; 'ceaftfd of said county, and a,k

to the starting"point in one.half a Executrix of Last Will and Testiment tor my nutl dincharge.H JiuiuUtr..r o! the crud
f<'COnc J. 'For the cash only tttttr. IUl\t\:! L). WI."IIOdlU'f., .
--Chicago Herald. of l>eeea-ed: 2-Jni: I CIf)" Point 1>. 0., Fla. I Match lo, 4-5 oiu. Tuu.viIIeFla... Jauu-rr, 1.+. rasa



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, I-ICI t.L COI I.'IX. i! Warm and urnmerlike: weather. -Mr. Charlie Rhoad- starts to-day for : FOX ZALE.
Indian River
'.. -. -Dr. Holmes, of City Point, was a Wilmington: pel., where his wife is .: A tract ,)f land nn IndianKi\er in th. Bakery
jl Loin*.lvfrU1ti2 in te 1m each iurertlt'uo charge rca.]e for j|I vi-itor to town veryiek. county c : .
cK1por i our on Monday. w& : : t)j \v. DH .
:Ii i* t.un'JO< , ;! ___ I!|i Clearing up and burning scrub was -McssrRobbins and Graham have: of the northeast quarter of section u. TITUSVILLE. FLORIDA.

FOIl KENT, a Three-Room Cottage j f I the order of the day on Tueday.D. left with U- a plate of Erevan county, ( and lot XI). .*t bein: the -otitrmest quarter Fresh Bread, Cakes and Confectioner

in Tiiu-ville. Fur further particularcall showing the location of Titu-ville ; of the northwest quarter of section ,
pro- c: "! tan'!.
'If on or addre-s )Irs.E. H. Titu-. 44WANTED L Gaulden, &q., hajut received '1 :0 .r..f.1.I.y I
minently. This map would be quite anadvertiement noyroN l FRENI'II, IAII\M l .
his Public \\11 ,
t i appointment Notary ca-t. This: i i-a very desirable i piecet ,
mall Furnished Cottage :' if printed on the letterhead :MILK 1:1:11'Llr: : :
j a ; for the State at large. hamraoek.-oil of rich quality. -uitable
(,n Indian Riitr. Mate term, etc., to :i of our bu-ines- firm, and we are f ir the rai-iiu: of all tr pieal fruit. Is .1't14'It1Fl! : .
-More new reideaccwill i -oon be rerr..... nr.;t.. h :.:. et; ,'at. 1'.01 f"r ,
; BIIt 120: I'.a1a tka. Fla. 44 authorized to u-e it for that purpose for situated at the Xarr 'trr.t.. Enl):' postoffice .J.d.t .. a.n t'r' (
care : tt'I. \t.Irt-r tt <""Lolt.t.
//.1 (I IHt started up in Titu-ville. We hope the tho-e who Will sell!1 che.p fr (;t..h. For II*:tl:'. <.JV:".. 1;..\-r.*-"'. : ,.ts fir-l I 1a1n' .
x\Mi it. The .f
aud Galvanized map-plate contains -
A FULL line of Meel :
boom be alas 1 particulars address'
building may apLen'nten Special Prices for Hotels
lioat nail, and also a fre-h tock of ; no aJverti-ement, and a proof can E:_ 31. LOW.Sept. ,Etc.
it v\a- latummer.. (.*. ll/Tlli:.
: Paint and Oils received at KeedTHE I I'lopiietor.
jut be seen at our otnce at any time. o. Brne k tuU. Ma'. _
& :eere's. -14 !1 -Mr. A. C. White, lawyer, of-Ep-om. .-. _--- -- ; _
T 1'iiiT ii \ 'tI I t. r'i.w: :i. 'It
-The hearaiu' la-t week injurious ----- -
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were ----- ---
I Ii I near London, England, iin the office of !' vi. CL"w'\t. ?:..'
i; 4 Finest Assortment of Ca-irnere- I I'f to the! shipment of garden vegetable J. S. McGlasiian.
Iero. Jones and Williamthe tvelli -
ever offered on Indian River, from 75 ; an i ...ran.bout -<(*> box latWednesday INDIAN{ RIVER BANK.

' cent; to $3.2) per yard Call and get known lawyers our town.Mr. h. .1 11'> remain .it the railroad TIN AND SHEET IRON WORK J JA

prices and examine toad at S. II. Ra\--. 1 I). s. Kennedy, of North Coc:>a, wharf on account \If there being no way I, T:1I" JU('. Moihla.

: haold hi i fine to the I>oht' t" O:d, run -1./.:. \.,T4 .'.'.
1 CALL on A. V. Hi-cck. ikr+riant: orange grove to I load theui uule expo-ed to the rain. BUSINESS T2AJ.SACTED. .

. Indian River for riverfrontterms are MerIves Bra, of New York, the : In;earl \If paying; exhor'oilant pricefor Roofing and Guttering a Specialty.TITl : .

easy for ca-h to -ettlerSchool and II consideration being about ;31/W-? >'... ... Ex>"'...1'1..'.. 1",1._'} : tint ..t..jol l sj}I",". .
steameri i is 1'11.1.|: if .t.
: w :'uhlllqnally moreprofitable :.
1 Church r.t hand, mail and tran-portation -1. j-l Ittl't ati n'.oii i\en :"t'trett'tt-. I.I..: ,
: facilitie-dailv, mail steamer touches both -The number of inquiries relative to : if the railroad cumpm.uulJ -- n. jr .tiaTt! I'll Ii r-t mortsswrf t..r .-.t\ :,..".
I lank c.'t.'Tl14tr.ttittu.lltlln.Ii'i.lua:
way' daily.I The pee! healthful, !1'nl.1 Indian River from the North are steadily make wore: r- ta under cover for haiuiH A rsiONCiziK.'llllMLKr t.-tt'tr'tt't''itot: tim d,.i>..-itJSlOO.OOO -. : :
t" ted and peaant.! !1. i increa-ing. The little rdverti-Ing fire: ::ir frl.i_!.t that peri-hable.. There ia is TO LOA
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1:: 1\1 MC'OMO. i: card hs- done i having itetTect-. rainy season coining. mJ the railroad : H.OUIhA
On Real I .
' >iati.A '
. II I -The reamer Geor=toga hataken : e"r.ipanyhould! makeonie provin : Keeps full! -ai'Il-f; \: eta'Iie: an..1 "'tlt/.h.n 1

Yesterday Wa-hii.gton: ** hirb.1 the place of the -teamer Picolata, and f.-r'.t. Coffins Cases and Caskets. .lv":inc..a matte ullt' aUab1t.l'';:;'.' : .
..... .
\pl>rov- hu-iness: paper hs u: 'I.
I day. commenced running yesterday The -Improvements in the hammock just :
Irtftun all jtart* of Eungw
Funeral-itten.ed: if Ilt.! L .\11.
: -TheTAB i- $l..o j>er annum in ad- Picolata will he laid up for the prrent.Mr. : north of t,>wn are ;going rapidly on. Mr. : tier! It. n- & .!ont at .'a ..- .n\.;::, i ., .
I ? i.r >mptiexecute: 'I. .....i .*: rea-ma- .
, I). C. W. Smith has sold Li- Bruwa of the Indian River Canning: C... ; rate-. Linba'Mii'i! .;:: T.o'.t. L:': tarry far, t.OI1" ;.tl.I'! .
vance.Mr. tanking. chetdttny exit :. .
n' ':
I S. IJeleher ha clo-ed<< hirestaur- place, at Hock ledge, v.hich he Vu.!.: !h:purchased t*.tI acre- of hammock) --- COUUEspoMH.NTs : iUink of Ja k- ..\ .

r ant department. from Major Magruder 1 b-t winter for within a quartered a mile of town and : A. _i"f.L. Hamilton:: & Co.. .hank'.uk"nU.-..oWOur1...}..... Tlu'; | \.t':. I
laid the anicffinto five-acre lot with I Im '
BSOfJto recent visitor tn Fhritb f: -
The President and Mr>z. Cleveland a >r --- -- -

t. are expected in Titusville! t tmorrlJw"'I l-HIt. : avenue int<..r.ctin_ the land running; : TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA, BAS'MEW COTTAGE,

from the railroad Indian River. De- ., ,
Thc-v beautiful to "OL. '.1:" p ; ,1" ::!
-Mr. A. I*. Hatch i* now at Jacksonville mojnlhrht nights INDIAN RIVER.
" oMtreet<-t will;), prubibly. be extended :
p in the interest of our exhibit. ire just the thing for Leap Year proposal . .
county Indian River t .\ "r".i.r..i.: I t.t t- : :<. : h.: k
which will
+ 1-. If such ethereahsm: a- thi- d.(s directly to thiproperty put'h Oysters l Tfli L' '" ;:
within ten minute1walk from the ; 1: .t.: A...i lL'::i.r._ 1I .., ..t. I tear : :
d.l'enot melt the lumpthat ri-e in the *u.- ,t -.-i.t;. ;., .. ..'L.. t.- i !. .
-The Cleo habeen !
steamer : hauled throat, we don't think) there will be any : hotelIn about a week we expect to "FISHI I nl.fl HI!: t.t.? .u.a i.1.1
L out at the boat wayfur repairon her
sive our readermore newin regard to
further hope. A Mn.,, 1*. KolK-r Mit' Fla. i
hull. -Mr. J. T. Gray, of Narrows, save real e-tate tranferA big; deal i-about it j Green? Turtle and Game. : cl I

I -The grand and petit juror fur the to be C'Mi-ummated, which i*, probably, ) -- ---
our olnte a plea-ant call vi-terday. Mr. I Ml oi' ]>'l- will 1"/0-,: 'l'tl111i'dl': 't c.rt: fa! at.
Spring term of Court were drawn la-t been the lar;c-t ever made in Hre\-ard county. I| Kntion, w !'n th.i' ',\ '..!.... tin, A. 1... Hatch A Son ;
Gray harecently: appointed<< ju-tice It ftl'r or :1\1'",,n. 1.;
Saturday.Mr. of the pace for the Eleventh Di-triet ofiJrevard :;, Further particularwill be furni-hed a-1 i' I .\' V'.s I\::

I A. C. Gardener i U preparing << county. :soon ave can jet hold of them.
build a neat cottage on hifine prep' rtyfacia ->ll iiritTBovman ran d.,w a :lndl.uruer- i -T1+\l 2 Wai 1 Tent-are otrered for ,

; Indian River.' ed a fox in the :scrub near town earlyveterday i j gale} cheap. .\p1'ly at thi-otHce. 'i;
----- -- -- TitUSYille Indian River Hardware Crockery. Saddlery,
-Extra of the 5ST.tu ,
copies mayahvays morning and killed him. The :
; 1 .1t''t'Is.>' l iI.a1Y' >ale. I Stationery.! Family Medi- ,
l>e obtained at Gray'newstand" baying of the hound- had thp beneficial I
= Riot, -et with Diamond- I ::. ii. PI- RI>\'. Proprietor. cines. Garden SetJs.
J. M. Dixon's drug -tore.Mr. effect of I I
waking late
F up -urne our
f j Pearl, and 1 Emerald ; Ldv'Ilin'_, set
rF.. Gibbof Melbourne, the sleeper- the morning with :! Rubiand 1 Diamond ; Ladv'- I I Large Airy Rooms : Excellent Cui- CHOICE GROCERIES,

manager of the Carleton Hou-e at that -:lier: Fischer & Bryan have secured Rinir. -et with -' Diamondand 3 Pink I Slne- Hay, Corn, Mapes Fertilizers.
!ICoralMoneLadv's Kin:. -( t with =JHllhie
place, vas in town on Monday. the -
laundry machinery r'Irmerlyu j -, y Emeraldand; 4 Diamond-. Thi- wcll.known Hou-e I- now open C1T1'OIVl': l'I.()):n) ,.

Judge Joie has been :lightly; in- -ed by John Allen, at Jack-onville, and 1 I Al-o a ( Jeiitleman's Ring; -et with 'Vi for the reception of cue-l-. --- -- --- -

di-po-ed through an attack of that v-eryunpleaant will open a steam }laundry in Tituvilleat t i large: Brilliant DiamondAll 1.* carat _
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companion-neuralgia.Mr. Gib-on's building, immediately ; probably I sold and genuine i Owner, hav'incr } EACOTT & Co.,
no further u-e fur them will ell at half
: R. '\'. of the firm of having: the :-ame in running order I: I HflllQP TITIVIIIM:.
I' steere, i j t their cet-t. Hill;!- mav l ht'n at the St. Lucie

Reed and teere, spending a few day: by nest week. |I! ;FluUlDV -STVI.. UtSci fitu-ville. i TIN & SHEET-IRON ,YORKERS
" ,
vacation at Sanford and Jackotnille.Mr. Captain leytarted down the j R

; D. :"*. Hutchinson returned, lot river. >Sunday, with a party of ladies, and j i ';INDIAN RIVER. FLA.

gentlemen, bound for Rockleilge on the lei T'1''I'INllOOF'1N( ,
week, from a few days'iit at Sanford, i.
and viewing the exhibit at the South Fr.).-t Line, but as the wind came ahead, OY4 !i Having been refurni-he.i i- hOW " .y// ][,/// l( IlCflll'llt ; of I'm
and a few of the ladies were -ea--ick. ': for ...ue-toi under the management -*
Florida Expoition.HicrifTIJoiinian. t of its old proprietor and : JJ J J (".i'.
they returned to Titu-\'illc just at the '

,1\ returned from a tendays' proper time for dinner. Mnl tie mrr did ,r.nuoMrROYALow''i owner. : Gsiyaiiizea Work( & Rejamnz of all 1 M.
trip to St. Lucie last Saturday, !
not to affect their appetite-, how- i -
appear I Jas.
had i the Paine Prop..
having: a pretty rough trip- > .
ever. i j Lotation : 11.\ .", SI_ near iCnfr.t. .
way he cspre5It.. ? Lucie
o -
-Mr. and )Ir-. Cleveland and party i| 4i
f -The Rev. Mr. of Hart-
are expected to arrive in Titus\ille on !

Ct.deli\ered an able -ermon .
morning service, held at ,Wasrer'-; whence they take the steamer Rockledge | ; ,
Hall, on Sunday lat.Mr. the Hotel Indian River '
to where they i i I I .

P. Ruhlman, of New York, i- will it is said, spend the day, returning 1

actively engaged every day looking after here in the evening and taking the REAL ESTATE
the shipment of oranges l.ehapurchacd special train for ?t. Augu-tine.

from dUTerent grove on the river. -We hope that vi-itor-to Titu-\ille :( '-4K10APOWDER ;,, -.r--,.. .

-We heard some report of an expected will call at Turner's Art Gallery and ; !I -

, marriage ceremony to take place this let himhow them the view- he haof i LANDS BOUGHT AND SOLD.

week, but up to this time we have not North Titu-ville ; one way taken about :
I ; Loans Negotiated on First Class Security at from 12 to 24 cent.
been able to trace it to a certainty.Mr. one year ago, the other a :short time : per

: -: G. W. Idntv, of Till man, calledat ince. The one first taken shows but six : Ihoiie' lotin raj.Mly ;irro\\iij: TO11"iiI\\ lId inn:=-t"r..lu11..r

our office on Mondaand showed u-: building, but now they areo thicklyinterpered t tnt. in \vehv inontlis.

1'1- rome fine -trawl erries: grown on hi- that they are no: to be.. : Kt-Mi'iuo: !lilt.. Titu-ville fr' in 5Lo: up to lt m.

place. They were very large and looked countable.Mr. I Iitl-llltr-: I..T-: irin jsj"t: S2: ..jllil.< ( l
This }lOW.lei mer. arie- .marvel ofpuuU -
Hue. W. K. IbtcheJt1er, of Savannah, I ",tr. :iirtii nd uo'esomene-s! Moieeeo
connected noniK":ilttiuitlit" t'r'lii.ary kin N. and cannot I Agents for Florida Southern Lands.
-:Mr. F. II Houghton ha- returned with the well-known Ludden bet l in mmpetitum with the multitmle 01 Railway
& Hate' Southern Mti-ie hlou-e. who ia i- ; low tt-T, -h! itxuht, alum or phophatepow : ;
from to City Point and ha- located '. his dental office in the cottage on thorough and practical piano tuner : ':il Hiking l'ouil,'r ,o_ 1!*; Wallt., N. Y. 1; More thai :J.MHMim; 1 .\-t.o lit ( 'b''ie.i Laii'li.n.iteJ l ill Heat h' t'ry

Hopkins street, just north of the Grant i i.. -topping; in Titu-ville fur a few davattending --, unity in the >tate\ -imaM. fur Fanuiut:. (itra/in;!. Fruit anti l YitM:; :i'1' !':

,. View Hotel. ; to business in this line.fe A NEW\ & USEFUL DIGRESSION (; row'ing; -Pine-. (' llft.:< an-i (\. lar Tnnl", r. i+rit$1 per \I'r<' ai'i!: 1

can recommend Mr. Baichelder al>einr' j, np\vard
-Mr. and )Ir-. G. M. Robbins, Mr-. ;
well up in the repairing and tuning of 1*. O. P..XJon: Titus\iie.: Fl. tritla.
M. P. Robbinand I b\- i :.l < t i:.v -.ta or W..t'L t'1 1" 'k*
mother and Mr
pianoand all tlue work Pn.: : W':' .T..d: ru' : aroa'ler her 1.: ::u::
Muenden visited Rockledtre on Saturday i-hing any t.\ :\11',1.-. oS nir _:'O/. it t.'. -ar-. eica'itt1: .>-
; done -h uld I t'AI",, : ,..'V. .. .
'> consult him per-onally or :4- 1'1: \ t:' J I'''f lai yt Al i. Too.-
r returning; on the steamer Rocklcdge letter N It"-.i: l'F. r'ja C i-;.'-.n>-..: a j:'.._.,1 .t'tk; ItaL'u3.rr j A. A. STEWART. GEO. M. ROBBINS.; WALTER S. GRAHAM.
by at once. i alviat. ar'liu.11 f t'andyantC'ttrc, : :-
I' on Monday.Mr. pout> ; .St..I-.r.. J".d..t &lIJ L1blr e'utlrrc I ( 'rk <1'ircuit< 1'( ur:. .\tt> :l: L.u. 11.' I'.BREVARD
-The contract has been let to Mr. L. : i>Uuifila H"\ t!... 4i.K>\c at tint' -\\ ...tttCtvilll-
J. H. Terry, prominent citizen Int""Utu.. ltuillf.... ..*
are re' -
Jon j->
i of rsmthold, L. I., and family. have been R. Decker: for the erection of the Epi-coral trr gorged.t'.. .A:t utnlanju:! tlt" .am<:'- to <*ti.fy
' : l"hurcllu the same i ito be \u.-t.: 1'-: ..II I qv.t;it: \\ L..t'r v''u buy ABSTRACT OF TITLE COMPANY.Complete
completed .. .
stopping at the Tit us I1on- during the : r L.t W.\Tt' REPAll'tPE 'I.tLTY.
according; to the termtherein ,, Latest app! ttt-t t I:.strnmrlt- lu.l Ttlt Iand apt .
Mr. i is also
P:1Streek Terry interestedin 'ors' 1'r ctK-il 'I"r'I"l.l" 111 t'f' cat '11
by the fir-t of June but the alulwrlry .UMract of THI hu.nhht'd io m H : III Jlr<"
Indian River. ; contractor bn'tutsI fli u; "! arc uo polltatlaih: to } a* ; \:H +
inform-- that it will he completed before t..,. tTtKlfLd n'- r."., .>" l.tJ: : ':D_. an.! 11'1"I: T' lard count); 1.lul'lda.
I:. KI \ FaI8-xetE i \ n'i: 1'ns: 'hr.-
-Mr. W.1'. Daviof the 1!
Jupiter that time. The co-t of the buildingwill U'. t.. C. Hn.\=" %:X{.. Titles Examined and Perfected.
Telegraph Line is-pending a week or be
$1,600, which amount h1. been

coat Jacksonville for a vacation. During raised by the addition of the prOt.'t t tl- of : ..A.R.NINGI Box 250, Titusville Fla.
Ills absence Mr. Her-ey lacharge of -. _
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>t. Valentine'sFair to the fundalready -
the government line. T !:;: I'Ft.nnI': : i.niMNsiuN:
I on hand. I DON, ... WE CALL
1'tom. in tl.r: N 1':L Semi-it.e t"J.a\ lareK'd i i THE ATTENTION
-Mr.V.. S. Norwood has ilr 1.1 :..... 1-1 a"l .
recently i ; 1'1"1'1 :' 'kl1l' !tnt bt-iI yl ur
Sup: Sneeden, of the J. T. & K.V.. .. ',
.,:' at L u.e. 1 h.h''t: : them *'
prtres-Ldp to < > .
i published a "Trealion Ma-cotte- ] : : e j ltti': ple' e-f Indian Ii\'t'r t" our -t,ek "t <(< It.-.
Railway Co., was in town last week. and
Any of our dudes who wi-h to know further C. E. PONTIER & Co., wil"e! ye < ,rieniu at very el'-t' m:ir.'in.

about "Ma-eotttV will I. purchased for the railway company the : Or::,,,-ln. r.t.. ln>\ J'27 : or Tampa 1'Lt., We make a -.j>eeultGroceries .\ IIf
plea-ead- steamerS. B. ,White paving $ ,)oo for Iron :311

dreg Mr. Win. Norwood always (enclo her. The White will take the place of \\ _VNTED l's' r.ry

' lug a $;).tItJ bill to secure attention (?). the Georgiaua on the Melbourne-Jupiter I ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND ; Grain Hay and Flour

-We call our reader's attention to the route, as it seems the Georgiana is not ((111.11.)0, there. ,ltt'tl ,

new advertisement of Messrs. Eacott & adapted for the route. The owners of the ALLIGATOR SKINS. '|i I On wh.chve will give special indueementWe carry. large' stock of

Co, which will be found in our column White cl'rtliulrereivoo an exhorbitant HERON PLUMES 'iGENTIS

Thi> enterprising; firm are prepared to d o sum for their steamer. Most anyone in i i, AND BIRD SKINS OF ALL KINDS ;. FURNISHING GOODS, BOOTS AND SHOES, HATS AND CAPS, ETC-

work of all kinds specified iu their biisiIICHX the steamboat business would build boats i boaght in eer-on. QuoUtiou sent on application. Which we are offering: at low fi t1re-. Those needing -hoe- will find it greatly

and! all orders will receive prompt of her class for a little over half of the I I R..f..rl.'nCFirst further informattoii National call on Back or of address Tampa C. E.For their interest We will to give be us a call a* we are tiling shoes very low.
pleaded to time.
quote price at
attention. PO\TIERtCO. Orlando Fla., Box :3i7 : any
amount mentioned above.
or Tampa, H*. Box 3e. 33-:01: t E. L. :aR.A.DY cb :I3R0