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:
March 8, 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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XO. 40.Canaveral. '

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Messrs. Chamberlin and Strahan have I in Georgiana and make this place their Lake Worth. links[ its own little ones the whitest. So ..II

)Ir. Nauman made Canaveral a flying just erected a fine wind-mill, by the use future home. Several others from his Fine weather, and everybody enjoying we have as good a right to think,at least, r
week. of which they intend to irrigate their town in Minnesota !
visit are now seriously it. our part of country as good as yours, and )

Ducks are very plentiful on the river, place, which will soon be both profitableand contemplating the same thing. The Ina left for Titusville on the 24th we will grant you the same right. A great r

and there are still a few deer left. exceedingly attractive.On Mr. Sanderson is pushing improve- uIt. many or our recent visitors, including '

Mr. Harrison is planting a number of Thursday last the Sunday School ments on his home place in Georgiana, Dr. Gary left for Georgia on tht 24th the Bishop and Arch-Deacon, said they "

peach and pear trees and some choice met at Mrs. Strahan's to practice h'mnsfrom and the day is not far distant when this uIt. thought that they had seen Florida, but

grapevines on his place at Canaveral. the new hymn-book. A similar gentleman will have a place both valuable this place was better than any they had J
will and desirable home. He has The Bessie B. arrived from Jackson- _
gathering be held this as a
Government is building quite an on Thursday, yet seen. Such praise as this is praise "
The week, at Miss Hamilton's.The the will, the energy and skill of a man yule on the 36th ult. I indeed and is (
kindly received
breakwater at Canaveral Light by us. As
extensive of the weather who knows what he wants and how to dot Mr. Ross Brown has sold a part of his I to there being
unpleasantness for
House. One vessel is here with some no room visitors here, "I
made the attendance last and the more we have of such men on East Side property. that is '
at sociable an utter
and material, and another one is expected our absurdity, for outside of
men mailer than usual but he river the better. Bishop Weed Arch-Deacon Carpenter hotels and
soon. i quite a pleasant< private boarding-houses::, there rare
irogramme, devoted to the subject of Let it be understood that a standingoffer and party arrived on the 25th ult. dozens of private families who would
De Soto have fine ,
at a
The boys very
Their cabbage and cauliflower temperance, was carried out. is made to an experienced hotelkeeper During the past week Mr. A. E. Hey- take pleasure in accommodating visitors ;:
garden. who will build first-class hotel
There also Mr. Darling, of Boston, left last week a ser has sold several residence lots in Lake in case the hotels and boarding houses .
fine as ever are
are as and maintain it in The lot
our place.
tomatoes raised this for Bartow, Fla. He expects to visit Worth town. were full, and if worst came to worst, ';
a great many year offered is excellent of several ;I''
an one, there
River. Mims again before returning North, and Mr. Chas. Lane has bought two blocksin are men, money and lumber enough :
acres, and fronts on both rivers.!: A good here
right to
the we shall be glad to see him again, as his the new town of Lake Worth, but put up a hotel big enough ;
Mr. Gouldbranzen saw a panther restaurant or boarding-house is also to hold 200
genial manners and delightful music whether it i is to colonize with lot of his guests, and that at n week'snotice
other day, and, as luck should have it, needed, and would do well during the a or less don't '
make him ; so about
welcome visitor. worry ac
a Northern friends or only for the use of
j his gun was at home. He had nothingbut business season. commodations. Let the
himself and wife which he has visitors come on, (
a tin can with him, so he threw that LaGrange Leaves. Mr. Hiscock, from St. Augustine, is ( to get and if everything gets so full it runs

at it and the panther skipped.The A party from here will visit the Sub- now in town looking after his grove and yet), we won't say at present. over wewill send the surplus up the river

garden truck on the Burnham tropical on the 14th. other improvements. Now is the timeto Mr. Stone Smith, one of the propritorsof again, and thus kindly try to help our

place is looking very nice, and we hopeit Mr. Charlie McCrory is having his see this gentleman, as it is understoodhe one of the largest foundries in Troy, neighbors. The Indian River country is

Mr. Harrisonhas is offering, for the first time, some of N. Y., has bought some twenty-eight
will yield good returns. new residence nicely painted. a good country, and we all take pride in
the most desirable river front locations acres on the cast side of the lake, and
of and the it
a number men employed, seeing built up. ..AUV ask is that
Miss Julia Feaster last week visiting
spent found in Georgiana elsewhere the will have it cleared at once preparatoryto
or on
place is in a flourishing relatives in Titusville. they give us the same chance, and not
island. Settlers of him building a fine winter residence on the
can buy on
easy play dog in the with
Mr. Walter Wesson, from Providence, manger our visitors.
Regular services were held here Sunday terms for cash, and wishing to same. ;
made a visit on Banana River, and is SAM.Monthly .
morning by tlie Rev. James A. Bol- should him before ,
buy see purchasing
and The fresh fish
very much pleased with this wild biggest water story, so

picturesque spot. He intends to make ton. elsewhere. far as heard from here, is 9-pound black Meteorological Summary

considerable improvement here. Mr. E. L. Brady and family have left '1 earl. bass, caught by Rev. E. Gale ; although or Titu>ville, Fla.. during tberaonth of February,

LaGrange and moved into their house in 1SS8.
several others almost to this.
The Volunteer, from Titusville, com- Pleasant weather after the norther. came up

Walter Wesson has been Titusville. Perhaps a fifteen or sixteen pound one rnrmUS ED BY THE t'. K. ttIl !UL OFFICE.
manded by Mr. :Mr. Valentine is still pushing improve-
The improvements made during the can be caught-anyway, we expect to Tempera-
here and took a cargo of oranges. Her ments at his place. : .
past week in the cemetery adds greatlyto beat the record before the season is over. I q---tnrl" ci ::: .:::
she i is a daisy to oranges '
, says carry its Mr. Weed has recently returned froma E B : 9
: and they had a jolly good time appearance.The hunting trip to the :Narrows.Mr. The steamer Lake Worth came down DATE. 0. :m:: 7 a =e'yA.w '-'c

coming over. evening train took on fruit and : from Jupiter on the :26th ult., and is now .... -;; = t': ;
! Miner of Creek is r.
Turkey grove, ; '::':::
: 1
The about all shipped from vegetables nearly every day last week making daily trips between the head ofthe j 1
oranges are fromIims' warehouse.The busy packing luscious oranges for ship- 1........................... aU.15,5U,6SI4Si, .0
here, and so far as heard from the returns ment. lake and Palm Beach, stopping at all 2........................... 30.1364174,55, : .0

have been very good. There was young men of Lngrange and Mims landings on the way. This i is another very 3 .......................... 0.086717,62i; : .14
Music in the air is made the .
an uncommon good crop. The trees are held a meeting for the purpose of organ- by numerous great improvement over the old style of 4............................ 687959'; .01

white with blooms, and look izing a baseball club here. "i saws, hammers, etc., on the improvements transportation, and is highly appreciated 5............................30.0162176j55; .01
just very i up the creek. ,........................... fJ, *T
promising: for another year. Sunday evening Mr. P. D. Weseon was both by visitors and residents. Capt. H. 7............................30.03:65:69:591: : \;: .82
There was a fine sailing breeze the day buried in the LaGrange Cemetery. It was Messrs. Storey & Idner have returned P.[ Dye is in command, and travelers maybe !).91i6471'611! '' .78
from a trip to the Inlet, and brought upa of and he .29.9R'631t39' 58. .31
when the fleet from Banana River starlet] with sad hearts that the friends among sure courteous treatment, 8.-1 ''
fine load of oysters.Mr. take in all 29.97'6S'7UGlI .70(
will informa-
on their cruise for Jupiter-Mr.and Mrs. whom he had settled years ago attendedthe pleasure giving : .72

burial. Storey came late, but with com tion desired.In 12..29.9S6471621
Welch in the Vole, Captain Penny in .0-1
Gardner. mendable pluck has planted a lot of a former letter mention was made ofa 13..30.145863153T1.45: ,
the Una and Mr. Reed in the Several of the :young gentlemen of
in garden truck, which is looking well. Valentine Party at Mrs. Robt. Moore's 14........................... 30.27159G6'50, '' .0
Would like to know which boat came Mims were present at the singing school !: .0

last. Friday. The class is progressing very Mr. Macomber is clearing hammockland but one thing was omitted, and that wasa 16 15..30305867t501........................... 30.336063; ,521, .0(

Mr. Reed has just: launched his new nicely, and the pupils seem pleased with for vegetables another season. lIe "valentine" which came to Rev. E. ........................... ,. ,61 iG6.56 um .

boat the Gardner. It is admitted by all this new method of teaching vocal mu- has a fine place-especially for growing Gale at that party-said "valentine" IS......... .................30.1959GG511.0, !

cauliflower.Mr. being a subscription of seventy-five dol- 19........................... .30.17:6571'551: .0
who have seen her that she will sail, but sic. 20........................... 30.08 GU 72,61;, .0
she is not a beauty by any means. Her We are sorry to learn that Masters Joe and :Mrs.: Valentine have relatives lars, as a token of regard from his many 21........ ......... ....... 30.067 2: 80,64, .0

steering apparatus is huge. But her owner and Togni Fischer, who have resided visiting them from the north, enjoyingour missionary friends on the lake, and to 22................. ......... 30.1U 70 7664, .0

balmy breezes, and from the show their appreciation of his service, 2 ... ....................... 30.11 11 76GG .0
does not in for beauty, it is speed us for the two will oranges ,
go among past years, Creek which have always been cheerfully and 24........................... ,,5063, .0
that he wants. He says he can tell both make their future home in Titusville. Turkey grove. 2;;.............................29.Un,7:: : 75tjO,, .43 4
whenever desired. It
tides of a t'tory-when he gains on the Joe and Togni are intelligent children, Our river presents a gay scene just gratuitiously given 2l..3(1.0759. ; tj2,55 .02

other boat as well as when the other boat and the LaGrange school, no doubt, regrets now with its little steamers and yachts was a great surprise! to Mr. Gale, it being 27........................... 30.21':r.5jG3:47 I : .0

with wisdom hither wholly unexpected, but none the less appreciated 28........................... 30.42'45,3337 .0
on him. having to with them.Georgiaita. delightful going and ,
gains. part. by him. 29............................ : ) .0
AMATEUR. i 1 thither-visiting all points beauty and : O...................................;... ... ....
-- -- -- interest. Bishop Weed held services in the EastSide //.1-.
They stop at Turkey Creek 31..i.. ..... .... t j
Heath. )[Morrison is still improving. grove to eat luscious oranges and !sec school house on the 26th ult., and
Messrs. Black. Wynn and Davis have *
he and Arch-Deacon have Fog. !
beautiful Carpenter
New faces are seen about town now-a- scenery.It i
just returned from a trip to the ocean tlli ;
purchased two acres on the East Side on
beach. days.A is with sorrow that we have to record *T indicates trace of rainfall. i
the death of :Mrs.: which an Episcopal Church and parsonage -
few others arc opening their housesfor Joseph Hopkins, Summary. J
Col. Ramc.s and son have been planting will be at once erected. More than
taking boarders accommodate those wife of the keeper of the House of Refuge I :
out a large lot of trees just lately re- enough money to pay for the land ha Mean barometer, 30.117. I
which occurred this week. We
who wish to come.Gcorgianans Highest barometer, 30.45 on the 28th.
ceived.Messrs.. been subscribed and will
extend our sympathy to the bereaved already more Lowest barometer, 29.83 on the 25th. ; 1
well know
pleased to
Futch & Co. are hunting in husband and family. The deceased was be forthcoming as fast as needed. The :Monthly: range of barometer, .57. I

this section, and are cleaning out the I; that !such people as Mr. Baldwin repre- well known and respected in Eau Gallie principal subscribers, afar as could be Mean temperature, 63.7. t '
I sent, are likely to settle in their midst. Highest temperature, 81.0on the llth.Lowest .
deer and plume birds at a great rate. where her mother and several relatives learned, were Mr. Stone Smith, $100 ; temperature, 37.9 on the 28th.

Mr. Black and his gang of hands arc Any one wishing god boarding house reside. Mrs. F. Lane, $75; Mrs. O. S. Porter, Monthly range of temperature, 43.1.

accommodations will find the same at $50; Mr.Jas.McFarlane, $50; Mr. Chas:; Greatest of
Bros daily temperature,
making things lively on Camp Mr. Idner's garden is looking fine. He range
plantation. His is lookingfine. Dr. 'r ttfeld' Peter Wittfeld'sand :\Irs.Owen'o Haight, $:>0; Capt. II. P. Dye, $25.; Afar 22.0.
potato crop has luscious strawberries celery
tomatoes, -
Lea t daily range of temperature, 7.7.
; as could be l learned, the church will
cabbage Irish and sweet potatoes, Mean daily range of temperature, 14.4.
Mr. A. Carter is the father of another be 60x30 feet, and work will begin on it
E. B. Wager's plantation is just a etc. lIe intends to plant strawberries Mean daily dew point, 58.1.
fine daughter. Surely the sons of men at once. The plans for the parsonage area Mean daily relative humidity, 83.3.
booming. His farmer will commence extensively next 'e:1r. He has seven
will have occasion to call him blessed ) little unsettled as yet, but it is intendedto Prevailing direction ot wind ((7 a.m., 3
shipping tomatoes soon. At present his varieties of plums, and over twenty and 10 NW.
some day. make both church and parsonage readyfor p.m.),
planting sugar cane. varieties of grapes, both foreign and do- Total movement of wind, 5279 miles.

Mr. J. H. Wynn has been quite busy Mrs. Burchfield presented her husband mestic ; also olive and camphor trees for use bv next Christmas. I Highest velocity of direction,and date,

with a lOlb. daughter on the :22nd ult.Washington's .- shade. From noon February 27th to noon February 42 miles, X. W., on the 11. r
at Heath during the absence of F. B.
birthday. Both mother 28th the real estate firm 'of Porter Total precipitation, 7.11 inches.
Sackelt, our po tmastcr, who has just returned I Mr. Weed and others are testing new Number of days on which .01 inch or
and child well. & Potter sold $ ,500 worth of propertyon
from a trip to Jacksonville.F. are doing i varieties of the fig-the White Adriatic, more of rain or snow fell, 12.
need of the lake. This is a prettygood show- I Number of clear days .8
B. returned froma This place is in constant a Commercial, Smyrna, and San Pedro ; ,
Sackett has
hotel and house of ing for 25 hours' sales, when it is takenin Number of fair days, 12.
good boarding easy and the bamboo ,
giant (take of
two weeks' visit to his at Jacksonville -
consideration that the amount was Number of cloudy days! 9.
access to passengers on the arrival of the 1 Japan will be planted here for trial as a
also having taken in the SubTropical Dates of fronts-light, none ; killing-,
made of "Cveral.11e and
: : ,
she down in the up
daily steamer as comes wind-break. It'is said to be the best none.
the Presidents reception at the St. : II ae'
one large one. It !shows that there
evening.The known for windbreakWe H. B. HER?EY, Observer,
James thing
at Jacksonville and the grand curI I
some people left yet who believe there island I Signal:; Corps, U.S. Army.
reception given to President and Mrs. Rev. Geo. Galpin and his wife, of dially invite strangers to call and see us I
I here worth inventing in, and who i
Cleveland at the Hotel Ponce de Leon, Minneapolis, :Minn., have arrived here''' and look at our beautiful country. We [i show their belief by their purchases.: To A corp> of surveyors are on the proposed -

fct. Augustine. this week. He i is a former conference are always willing to show visitors or line of railway along the east coast
our neighbors on the river we wish to
companion of the Rev. 3Ir. Hiscock, of tourists around. say of the St. Johns River, who are making
I word Don't down this
a or two. run part
31 i
in* this place.F. MIKADO. terms with the land owners for the acqui-
Dr. j of the country-if you can't say a good
and Mrs. Moon :Minis short
paid W. has sition of the right of
Lyman.of place, gone to way.
visit last 'hu.klneetables.. word for it you had better say nothing.Dun't .
week. :SpringGardcn to look after a fine ham mock I The little fifteen montbs' old boy of
To .]gents and Metxengcr: brag up your part of country
Mr. C. D. Puryear returned on Tues- grove he has coming on in that place. J. S. Russell, Route Agent for the i I and run down this part, and lie in one Rev. A. B. Curry, of Gainesville, made

day from a short trip to Ki simmee.dlr. This gentleman has made, and is making, bank of his stomach the other
Southern Express Company, ends the I or both cases, for if you do you are apt a savings
:: B. J. Minis returned from a trip to several fine groves in our State. following: I to get caught at it, and then it might day, the fiat deposit being a silver half

Rockledge, where he has been at work and church dollar. The boy is all right, and probably -
Daily mails daily steamers, Crates of vegetables, strawberries and I hurt. Parties come down here and re- I ; .

improving his grove. school, and other accommodation, in the other fruits must be marked on both ends. port that they are told upon the river the money i is, too.

)(r. Hawthorne left last week for his I place. The health of our people is mot When destined to any point via "all I that it is no use to come down here-that The schooner Annie S. Trainer has arrived

home in Hawthorne, Fla. lIe will return excellent. There are fishing, hunting-and rail express the agent will refuse to there is nothing to be seen or done here, with railroad iron for the St. Johns

in a few weeks. boating, together with river, lake, harbor forward the matter unless so marked. i and even no place for visitors to stay and Halifax railroad, says the Palatka .

The next social gathering will be heldat and ocean scenery.Mr. This is ordered in shippers' interests, to when they get here. These stories are Herald. The work of grading the St. Augustine -

Mrs. Roberts' on Saturday, March Baldwin, from Marshall, Minn., prevent unnecessary handling. Every told not only to keep visitors up there, and Palatka extension is com-

10th. It will be a Mum Sociable, and is in town. His family is also here with package must bear one of the company'sred but also to prejudice them against the pleted, and the two roads will be unitedat

much fun is anticipated. him, and they expect to buy and settle labels. country if they do come. Every crow no far distant day.


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Hj:' tr.J: ..-..... "'v.& DC-ti'IIaW' NEWS IN A NUTSHELL.Fre.h. j MALABAR CIOAK FACTORY

Eli POWDERLTTAKESAIIAXD) man the engines and even passenger traffic THAT FISHERIES TRE.l Ty.1BUT .
has been blocked. t CrUp iJtei'iin of ii-e- t' *; II. C. Starck, Proprietor.

: An almost perfect absence of violent worthy Happening and Kti.By .- I

HE WRITES A LETTER IN REFERENCE I Iij methods on the part of the strikers is re- FEW ENGLISHMEN UNDERSTANDTHE the breakin of a boom of ... : t I Manufacturer: of fine Havana: and U,

U ported. In McCook, Neb., however, firemen FACTS OF THE CASE. Pal:'use river near Colfax, W. T., '.i '. l lEbvrt metic Cigars. Trade supplied with
were' seriously assaulted. The company, w.iskiloui.iid! three oth.'r meni. .- hand made oodol. Orders promptly t ui:

fearing further violence, called upon the I I ou ly injuie L Another, ninu uukiiuAa, Factory Malabar. Fla.

r And ArivlM-ft the Knight Not to Take the governor for troops to preserve order.In England Feels Relieved at the Probable was drowned I! N

l i Striken Places-Reading Strikers in Kansas City a militia company has Adoption of the Treaty-The Porte I Andrew Bennett, at Chattanooga, was Trees-

k HJ r Chicago-The Railroad Unable to Pro- been there ordered has been to no hold disturbance itself in there.A readiness. but I Awaiting Note Front the Powers to fatally train.injured while trying to boar a movI<' I 9,000 t Budded Forlaij S e et

.'! cnre Food for Their Men-Other :Note large; body of Pinkerton men have been Notify Ferdinad That He Must Go. I R. S. Craig, a Cincinnati commercial trav- '! .\ Low Prices.

t", SCRA.XTOX, Pa., March 3.-The followingextract sent t''* various points in Nebraska, and in LOXDOX, Feb.The Canadian fisheries eler, was burned to death in the Tilley hotel 60,000 in Nursery.

ri%1 made public last night are from some cities extra. policemen have been sworn treaty still furnishes food for amicable discussion fire, Shreveport, La. '. Apply to W. H. SHA11PE

i t General Master Workman Powderly's letter' in. This, ho \"( ver, is for the prevention of and angry argument, but as a matterof The pos-toffiee: and drug store of O. O. i, ,

In reference to the strike of the engineers on disorder all, and not the In strikers consequence manifest of it firmness fact very few Englishmen understand the Shively, at Palmyra, Portage county, Ohio, City Point:Fla.
'. d At points was burglarized of about $&)) worth of !
facts of the and have regarded the dispute -
the Chicago Burlington & Quincy road: case
their demand
and hopefulness: and are confident !"
++! "A report comes to me this evening and will bp acceded to.ENGLAND'S simply as a question which was likely to goods Jeff.and stamps. K..11.: .. I-\.X'S
McGoogan and Taylor Kempt got
:,: asks what opinion is concerning the cause a little bad blood between England and
l my a quarrel about a woman in Walker county,
GREED. America and in the settlement of which : NEWSPAPER SUBSCRIPTION AGENCY
f; strike of the engineers on the Chicago, Bur- Georgia, when the former shot the latter

; lington & Quincy railroad. An expression of Venezuelans Think the United States England could afford to make a few minor through the heart, killing him instantly.At TilE rioxr.Eu

's r opinion U required as to whether I favor the Should Interfere. concessions rather than run the risk of incurring Buffalo, N. Y., explosions occurred in | ACEXC\.

taking of the places of the Brotherhood men WASHINGTON, Feb. 29.-The last news received the permanent ill-will of a nation the unfinished conduits of the Bell Telephone j For terms and sample copies addrtCHAS. >

>' by Knights of Labor. Manuel T. Olavarria' consul whose trade Ls of enormous value to the company, caused by an accumulation of gas. i
t "My opinion of a man who takes the place by gen- country. Two workmen, Fred Zott and William Wood, NAUMAX,

1 t of another, who is struggling for his rights, eral of Venezuela in the United States is were terribly burned. Haulover P. O., Brerard
From an English point of view Canada has county, Fla.
that the invasion of the Venezuelan
the and English on -
deserves scorn
is that he contempt The Umbria was struck by a huge wave j
f of every man who loves justice. It is true land not only continues but it extends no excuse for being leiS prosperous than the 150 miles east of Sandy Hook. Several i I

that members of the Brotherhood have, on openly, and will reach the territory of Yu- United States, as she has all the benefits of steerage passengers were dangerously in- FOR SALE.

occasions. taken the places of members the finest system of political in the
repeated ruari. On the 29th of November there was economy jured. : Land on Banana River in
,I of the Knights of Labor. proposed in the colonial legislature of Dem- world, a free gift from the mother country.The Phil. Lee shot and instantly killed Carrett I to suit.

"It is to the eternal shame of the Brother- merara the construction of a road which relief felt there at the probable adoption Hall on a farm near Paris, Ky. .
House and Lot in Titu-ville.
hood men that they stooped to such acts of Four children of H. T. Littleton of
of the treaty L'4 generally very great, and I young I
the rivers and
brossing Mayaruni Cuynin
t meanness and treachery. The man who takes :Mr. Chambelain will car" even less, upon his Charleston, W. Va., were poisoned by eating i Young Oranges all sizes and prices, in
the place of another when that other is engaged I poke root. i quantity. Sour Stock.
return to London, for the denunciation of
s; in a struggle with a corporation, is a A little daughter of Clint Gould, of Law
I Four Sail Boats of different
his English detractors than for the unstinted capacities.
whether he Ls member of the Knightsof :
scab, a rence county, Illinois, was burned to death. I
: Labor or a member of the Brotherhood of abuse of the Canadian papers. Her clothing caught fire from a stove. One Ducking Boat.

: Locomotive Engineers. One point made by those who can see na Maggie Gugan, aged fifteen, was assaultedand i I ALSO,
"When P. M. Arthur allowed the members in done Mr. Chamberlain I '
good anything by murdered by Zeph Davis a mulatto, I BOATS to Let by llaor
of the Brotherhood, over which exercises is that the treaty will weaken the ties which aged twenty-two, in a Chicago bootheel facI! longer term.
such discipline to tamper with the rights of .b bind one of her majesty's most important I Enquire of

the striking: employes of the Missouri Pacific dependences to England, and will increasethe tory.Near Aberdeen, Miss., James A. Bailey I P. I). WEsxJOX.Titu .

and Wabash system, two years ago, he, too, : not very numerous but vehement party shot and killed R. \. Rutledge and wounded ville, Jan. 1, '8S.

p I violated that principle of honor which should clamoring for the independence of the Do several others. I; -

restrain a man when about to do wrong. minion. I Bill Reams and Sam Price,two murderers, j

"The taking of the men's places was mean The only Canadians of attainments who "were taken from the Clinton, Ky., jail by a i I ::r AEVJS"DELMONICO

dl' and dastardly. If these actions were taken would support such a scheme have no follow I mob and hanged.

with the sanction of the chief of the Brother- ing, and their ambitions have no prospect of I August Lark stepped into an e1eT'atorihaft I;

( ; hood, be too, is mean and dastardly. But I realization. Severance from the old country I at S. C. Tatem & Company's foundry, on HOTEL

two wrongs never make a right, and what is i would mean ultimate absorption by the Water street, Cincinnati, falling from the .j ,

mean and dastardly in a member of the I I United States, it is well known here that the j' third floor to the ground, and sustained fatal CO.O.IXDUX R1VEK, FL.t.Newly .
Brotherhood of Engineers cannot become present generation of Canadians have, witb injuries. I j

L grand and noble in a member of the Knightsof s the result of the fisheries negotiations also 'j James Bailey shot and killed R. A. Rut- Furnished Uoonu. Good Table

Labor. A Knight of Labor should be- fresh in their minds, a dislike of the Yankee i ledge at Aberdeen, Miss., and wounded several -

little his manhood by stooping to such dirty r too deep-rooted to contemplate such a fate others. Terms 82 per Day.Special .

r work. If it is the habit of Brotherhood men w with complacency.A I'

J to do such work as taking strikers places, inheaven's flood of cablegrams has been received Personal.It rates bj the week elr moutl
I is said that Banker Flood, of San Fran-
name let them have a monopoly here from Canada protesting against the understood .
MAP OF DISPUTED REGION. cisco, lost 10,000,000 in wheat
Chicago specu- WJI. JA11V1S .
cut provision in the treaty, allowing Prop'r.The
"The spectacle presented oy men or labor would extend up to the limits of the colony.In American fishing vessels to enter all lation. He is a mental wreck.

t who belong to different organizations rushing I the course of the argument it was said Dominion ports for the purpose of procuringany George Cartright won the twentyfourhour .care House to Steamboat lAndiR .

{ t at others throats whenever a strike takes that the district Yuruari was included in supplies except bait and to ship their go-as-you-please race at New York,

place, must be a gratifying thing for em- I the limits. The attorney of the queen saidso catch thence in bond to the United States. I covering lliS 1-4 railed.

ployers of labor to look at. It must indeed I and urged the measure. The project was The senders of these dispatches and those I O. P. Adams, a lawyer of Chattanooga, Security Mutual BenefitSOCIETY

give satisfaction to the corporations to know adopted. An armed force was sent upon they represent consider that this is simply I I Tenn., was identified as a horse thief who

r" that neither Knights of Labor or Brother- Yuruari, and no resistance was feared, be- yielding whitl Canada has fought against for I was wanted in Florida. He escaped arrest

hood men dare in the future ask for better cause the natives of Venezuela there did riot years, and they anxiously depend upon their I I by fleeing the city. i I

treatment with any assurance of receiving it. exceed one hundred and the others are English grievance being made known to the British I Mrs. Cleveland was presented with two pet

It must be a consoling thought to the monopolist I subjects. public through the columns of the journals I alligators as a souvenir of the presidentialvisit I

1 to know that: his power is not half sodangerous I According to the decree of the governorof which abhor Mr. Chamberlain, and the speak. to Florida. OF

to a labor organization as the Demerara of December 31, 1887, the ers of that gentleman's eloquent opponent Mr. W. F. Fowler and his sister, Miss

possibility that another labor organization validity of a contract made with the govern- in parliament who will attack any measureof Clara F. Fowler, will present to the city of NEW YORK.

i will espouse his cause through revenge. ment of Venezuela for the opening of a rail- his upon principle. Concord, N. H., a public library building.Jack .

Labor "will forever be bound hand and foot road from Cindad Bolivar to Guacipati is Wannop, the English boxer: has arrived Xo. 233 Broadway. X. Y.

t, at the feet of capital so long as workingmen I I not recognized. So the English, it is said, Bulgarians Stand By Ferdinand. in New York.

1 can be pitted against each other." do not content themselves with the possession SOFIA, Feb. 29.-It is stated that the gov Professor Thomas Gray, of Glasgow, J Scotland LIFE INSURANCE AT ACTUAL COST.

; 1' Mr. Powderly closes his letter with: of the mining territory of Yuruari and ernment is firmly resolved to reject any proposal has been appointed to the chair of Dynamic -

I "Knights of Labor from Maine to California, the Orinoco river, but up to Bolivar City. to dethrone Ferdinand, even if such I Engineering in Rose Polytechic insti- SEND FOR CIRCULARS.

stand back. Keep your hands off; let the Arthur W. Roudier, who has been consul proposal is supported by the powers. tute at Terre Haute, Ind.

law of retaliation be disregarded, and let I I of Venezuela at Boston since 1931, says hei The Bulgarians, so long as they have no The Death Roll.
the men of the Chicago, Burlington & i I knows all that territory which has been weak a suzerain as the sultan, are practi- Opened for the Season.
Quincy railroad win this strike if they can." j' stolen, and considers England's action most cally independent They understand that if Judge John L. Knight, of Wabash, Ind.,
I'I is dead. c ? A man who is interested in hi* own
) outrageous.i Russia is permitted to dominate they will be
Reading Strikers to the Rescue." Mrs. Eva Brunk, a soldier's widow of the welfare will be pleaded to know that
i "Surely the United States," he says, no more than one of her" dependencies, andBulgaria"s
CHICAGO March Twenty-five well I j i war of 1812, residing at Newpoint, Decatur
"will have something to say about it" He own National aspiration will be ANDREW GIBSON
+ dressed men, accompanied by several Pinker- I II is an American citizen, and has some mines crushed out. Should Ferdinand attempt to I county, Indiana, died Thursday, after an illness -
ton detectives, walked into the rotunda of of a few weeks, at the age of 103 years. found! in
I I there. retain his position by force, or the Bulgarian I Keeps the finest oysters to be
the Briggs house last night shortly after 11 in ( Rev. Lorenzo R Thayer died of heart dis- I
government by force the
any way oppose
o'clock. A heavy set individual acted as a I I WILLIAM B. TASCOTT. reorganization of the principality, Russia i( ea-e at his home in Newtonville, Mass., : TItimville,

''r leader, and informed the clerk that a party I I! i aged seventy-four years. He was one of the
would .
j Various Report Concerning Millionaire immediately a force into the I AND SERVED IX STYLE TO SUIT IMTKOX
of twenty-five wanted accommodations for I< | best known pastors. of the Methodist denom-
which Austria would declare
country to bt
the night This was the first contingent of j i I Sneirn Alleged Murderer. of ,;, ination. I -0-

the Reading strikers, the successors of the OMAHA, Neb., Feb. '$.Detective Moyne- an So act subservient war. is tho porte to Russia thatit Hon. Thomas J. Marsh of Boston, is dead. t Plain and Fancy Cake made to order.

present Chicago, Burlington & Quincy j i I ban still claims that he is satisfied that W. Monsignor: ; J. B. McManas, of the Baltimore -!
is not among! the improbabilities that she ]:"z.'r's(1 altmya on hnn'l.
striking engineers. Their arrival marks an j; B. Taseott was in invite the ;, diocese, died Tuesday morning in the
may even czar to reorganize Bul
important epoch in what promises to be a : Omaha Monday garia for her. sixty-ninth: year of his age. His death resulted Also a first-claxs! Barber hop attached

great contest between" rival labor or anim- and that e\"en-I : from pneumonia. Meals at all hour; from 5 a. in. to if p "
tions. With a few exceptions: the newcomers The Porte Awaiting Orders. I CoL E. B. C. Cash, the famous duelist, of Parties desirng to leave on morning m>>rl
: .r ; him in a crowd of I South Carolina is boats and hacks will j>leae note this.
retired immediately after their arrival ; ; LONDON, Feb. 29.-It is understood at St. : ,
_. .
The others spent an hour in writing people leaving the Petersburg: that the porte on receiving a col ;' Polltlcoll'olnter&o I - -

letters. cIA : r Eden musee. John lective note from the powers, is ready to notify 1 North PIONEER COOPERAGESyrup
: Carolina Democrats
quiet, intelligent appearing man was Ward, a street cary Ferdinand that his, position as Prince of meet in state 'I

I approached by a reporter. He did not desire ; \ driver, who followed Bulgaria cannot be legally maintained. j i convention The Republican May 80. Barrels $2.25.

A i to be interviewed, and had no hesitation : the same business in I It is further assert**! that the czar will state central committee of extra.
I Kentucky has: decided to hold Gauged to order ten cents
a state
.. R in saying &0. A cross-examination developedthe Chicago years yield to Austrian views so far as to relin- convention -

following story: ""-e are the advance '! and drove on the ago lineS quish his demon,I for a Russian war minister to at the Louisville National May 2, to select delegates -I Wheelwrighting and Repairing.

guard," said he, "of a small army of engineers i- \' 1 that the Tas- and officers for Bulgaria, if Austria will consent : convention. _
i who will fill the places of the Burlington passed to coercive measures including the Prohibitionists of Rhode Island put a state I C. O. H.I .
cott residence andw. ticket in the field.
strikers. We are not selected by any blockade of Bulgarian port. I I IlIon Krealer-
and Oval Water
a. TASCOTT. who knew the Michigan I;epuL: m.c1ubs have \
i agents of the Chicago, Burlington & Quincy, young Either cf those propositions, if ente-l toby formed a from 8:.OO .
but are some of the men who were inada the I assassin quite well, said yesterday: that he Austria ill ac--om-lish the ears object, state league. up.j

r victims of the Reading;; strike. I am not empowered saw him here last Tuesday. About that which is tar control of Bulgaria. The Greenbackers of Indiana, at a secret I j Tanksand

to speak for the others, but I intend I time the police were keeping a close lookout, The North German Gazette. Bismarck's session, decide-1 not to hold a state nominating -
1 to.fllt'rT.
I to go to work to-morrow morning.;; and if the murderer was in Omaha he did not i iI | organ, bays that tbe adhesion of all the pow I convention this year. I' all kinds o! COOPER WOKK

I "What is the general feeling of the tarry Ion;;. It is believed that he left hereon : ers is not nce<.' snry for the pates acceptance The lea executive committee! of the Republican JOII.VSO.V.iLaGianse .
I tile United
Knights of Labor throughout the east in of tho which ,n- < States ha appointed Florida-
relation the Union Pacifk Tuesday at neon.Relieved : proposals the hesitation; of a commute r.' -.!..;--.nue Republican clubs in I : :
to the striker I other powers will not modify.The .
the lout.-n .:.--..
"Thellesire the defeat of the BrotherhooiL ; ''
to be In China. ; --- -
--- -
KaUer Wants to !See It I
I am not here as a Knight of Labor WINNIPEG, Man., Feb. 2\-W. B. Tas- Settled. A STRANGE SUICIDE.A .
but f8 fiN*-'la-i mechanic out of work. A J cott. the murderer of Millionaire Suell. of ST. iTTEKsBCRG, Feb.It is stated that ROCK LEDGE,
the Young Tra\elln< Man Dies by Ills Own '
czar Was to make the declaration
Brotherhood man is now running;; my machine Chicago, it is stated here, arrived in Win- :
and if I pass examination to-morrow | nepeg from the south about February 12 and in regard to Bulgaria by the earnest request i Hand In Georgia. i iACGt'T.
1 expect to return the compliment In doing i, stayed here a day or so at one of the hotels of Emperor William, who expressed a desire :. .\. Ga., March 3.: -F. A. Bynner, a \, Indian River, Florida

: so I shall not consider myself a Vcab,' but i under the name of Gathright. He went west I to see the question settled before his death. fine looking young drummer, representing !

; I shall hold that I am fulfilling my duty to j from here, and is believed to have taken If this be true., then it assumes a more or the Cflluloilovt"lt) company, of New

> .J; myself and to my family. The Brotherhood I passage in a ship to China from Vancouver.Seven :' less definite understanding in regard to the : York, was fount dead here yesterday. He Wintere Homes etc.

i i r started this fight and must stand the responsibility. I terms of settlement so far ai Germany is i arrived at the Planters hotel Monday night ,

rM.;. ." Negroes liurned and Shot to Death i; concerned, and gives a reason for Austria's '! and on retiring left word to be called at 6:3t

Are there more engineers from the Reading In Texas.HorsroN iNtm of Bi-marok.. But the fact is the establishment a. m..ben called he made no response, '! Building Lots centrally locatedin

road who feel as you doP ;1 of Russian influence' in Bulgaria, i' and from a step ladder the porter saw over
Tex.. March i News
; w : "You bet your life there are. The Reading has which Kussi i now aims at, is only the beginning ': the transom the young man dead in bed with ;
j reached here of what is perhaps the Rock Ledqe,
engineers went on n strike in company mostI of trouble. It is the first tep in the a hole through his temple and his brains .
i horrible crime which has been .
., with 40,() 0 miners, who were the .
|K>rt cf thousands of families. When the such a request was made" it was that the kaiser in his hand. No one heard the shot which ]I I minute walk front store-, I'm t U1fiCt'nul
i result was trembling in the balance the bloody tragedy was enacted at a ttt enientj might see the Russian limits in Europe must have been fired late in the night, and |i : hotel A No other lallll-.
i j known as Spanish Camp, about sixty mile '! Call atMre-n the owner
on or
'1 Brotherhood Locomotive Engineers came definitely and firmly established.: War only no one here knew the dead man.
forward and filled our places. They claim I west of this city. Spanish Camp is compose,! '!I can accomplish that.Deputy He arrived in company with another I Lc'tlZCo : hI'1'
S. Kocli
J of Mexicans and KYDEK
: : negroes desperate whites,
that it was done as individuals Perhaps it drummer, M. Morse, of Philadelphia! and
SlserilT Arre "Vea ,
j and is remote from railroads and (0.UI'It'r. I 1
j telegraph
was. We are here as individuals"t' I' both intended leaving on yesterday's \ Alit: TSjimportanttoA111
lines and this LONG VIEW, Tex. March 2.-Tom early
i on account only Forsyth,
reports -
meager ,, I
"You have not heard that the Knights of train. Morse left, unaware of his \
i of the fact are obtainable. a deputy sheriff and son of the sheriff, was, ompanion's -
Labor have declared against the strikers, fate, and Eynner left \
have !" Sunday morning about 2 clock, a negro arrested, last :Monday, for the murder of no note of ex-
vou When last
he !
seen took
"I feel sorrow for the striking engineer of | cabin was Fot on fire, and the occupants County Treasurer Hill, of Panala county. drinks of straight two
brutally shot down as half Forsyth confessed his guilt. The jail "is whiskey just midnight
they ran, awake
the Chicago Burlington & fellow -
;: Quincy as a I and then told the barkeeper he
from the burning Louse. Five 'strongly guarded for there is reason to, was
I were killed
craftsman, but have no use for theirorganization. +II going to bed. He did not I
believe will be made to the appear troubled or -
outright, one"erely wounded and two an attempt lynch
S disturbed in the least. The i
The l1eengin('{>rs were examined by I others consumed in the bunting dwelling.In ; murderer. The widow of the murdered coroner found i in r H'ul
$15 silver watch crop
a diamond scarf The mint important
f the Burlington officials, supplied with competent : the same neighborhood, the dead bodof official is insane and the mother of young pin, a I .t-r1l
named William Battle ': Forsyth is lying at the point of death fromI cameo ring ordinary correspondence and a : () crop, and ,
pilots, and placed upon the through 'j a negro was found sales book of his house in his pockets. Florida i is the ran-'c
i- ; passenger trainsThe hanging; to a tree, and it is thought that ha I I the shock. a C ooJI
I i should endeavor to secure
Strikers Stand Firm. I was hung on the same night the other |I Swindler Dies in Canada. Commercial Union With Canada. one
negroes were shot or burned. The affair is I, OTTAWA Ont. Feb. 29. Mr. I in plantiuw: a p*row
'I ,
CHiCAGOMarch Dispatches from points i BUFFALO, N. Y., March 1.-Lorenzo Dim- Armstrong, variety of orange:
said to be the outcome of a suit over the title member of has bare'
parliament given notice
ick, the well known marine insurance agent, to such fruit >*
of the land where the To do thi. antI :get
negroes lived, and died at St. Catharine's, Ont., last night, the house of commons that on Wednesday he ';:tale
which they had purchased. The suit was decided -' I would make a motion to the effect that of our L-
in the
of tEe same tenor. They show that themovement whither he had fled escape serving a sentence taken premiums at many
in favor of the negroes at the last term for fraudulently transferring losses opinion of the house commercial union with &Vsition. '
of freight trains has ceased, no of the district court in Wharton. So far as from the Continental to other com- I! the United States would be mutually advantageous Fairs and at the New Orleans
company ;
in that direction made thecompany's 'b-
being by
attempts heard from, no arrests have been made. I! to both countries and II
trains are being run on panies which he represented, and by which ; it is the duty 1m"our trees from Ccruder
passenger .
although the sheriff and posse are on tho i of the government to use all 2011
they were made to bear looses not properly proper means 101
ol the with irregt }
many Jines, but great art ground Kockledji Fla.
belonging to them. secure such union. : & Son. :



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seems to be so natural to bin as"to" be
JOTTINGS.It lutely effortless. Mr. Neuendorf says: abso-I L. C. QIITER
was born to play the piano." III
is seven hours and a quarter now from I ,
London to Paris. M. Coquelin has started on another tour. I Dealer in
He begins with Egypt, where he gives ten
Electrical motors are to be introduced on performances,and then goes to Nice, Cannes,

the London undergrouuds. Mentone,Trieste, Vienna, Prague Bucharest, GEORGIA PINE LUMBER
One hundred million cubic feet of gas are Belgrade and London. With the actor went ,
used in London in one day of fog. LJS son Jean and a company of fourteen. The j.

'{be international committee for putting manager is agais M. Th. de Glaser.It Of all kinds Dressed and Undressed. ]

down gambling at Mcnte Carlo is now very is stated that Mrs. Abbey will shortly retire -

active.A innanently from the stage ifr.Abbey's Lath Lime Brick Etc. Etc.TITL'"STILLE"
good many have been cut up and built ;:, laudable preference that his wife Shingles Ceiling Mouldings ,
over, but there are still 444 burying grounds : should act no longer has something to do with r
in London. j this, and she will probably accompany him '
shortly when he makes a westward FLOID: :
Two hundred and seventy-five thousand '! trip to

tons less of sugar beet root were grown in | look after some of his numerous iutert&ts. Large Orders Fi1with n p"tch. Yard and Ollicc near J. T. & K. W. Railway Depot.
Europe during 1887 than in lb8G. PERSONAL PICKINGS. .. m'm'All
Rear Admiral Louis Hutton Vesturme ,
recently committed suicide by heating a' Austin Corbin is 57 years of age. F. G. HUCKABAY. F. T. BUDGE. I\ ,
red hot and thrusting it into his bowels.
poker Austin (',)rLin', wealth is estimated at UCs.AB.A.:: & BUDG-E
As a result of John L. Sullivan's British $12,000,000. 1 1Agcn.ts
career, a dealer has sold 300 sets of boxing t
Baron de Grim, the cartoonist, is a son of fOr'COJVIPANY. !
gloves, as against about a dozen the year be
one of the czar's tailors.

fore.The Jewish race made their entree into the '' George "'. Ros ure, the cowboy evangelist, .;
is said to have income of THE LAFLIN & RAND POWDER {
court of Vienna for the first time on Jan. 20 an $150 a day. b

in the person of Baron and Baroness lloths- j Herbert Spencer is well again and at work .
child. : developing his scheme of synthetic philoso *

"Spodobs Volapuk" appears now at the |I, phy. ORANGE RIFLE POWDER : 251b. kegs $5; 12Mb kegs $2.75; 6lb kegs $1.50; '
head of German, French and Italian busi- Tho czar of Iluv>ia has refused to permit
ness houses, meaning "We correspond in tho Orleans princes to join the Russian im CREEDMOOR : 6lb kegs $1.50; ORANGE DUCKING : 6lb kegs $3.00.
Volapuk." perial guard. I'j

Germany has now more than seventy The czar of Russia is going to risk assas- TITUSVULLE FLORIDA. \

manufactories "champagne francais." Of sination and remain in St. Petersburg duringthe ---- ---- --- ----------- -- --",-, __ n ___ _________ _u_ ___ __ ,_ __ .
4' ,OOO bottles imported annually by Russia, coming carnival.Somebody t
provides 300,000.
Germany recently credited P. T. Barnum ,
The stones of Temple Bar, after having with the possession of$10,000,000. Ho says he TITUSVILLE r

been exposed for eleven years, have been is pretty rich, but not as that. TITUSVILLE, FLA.
r built up into a gateway of a brewer's resi I Joseph Chamberlain pronounces Canadathe
It is called Beer." '
dence. now "Temple -It-
I jolliest place in North America to enjoy
,, There is to be a grand international exhi- oneself in, outside of the United States. FURNITURE STORE
bition in Berlin next May of hunting trophies,
The Duke of Edinburgh is said to be the I
of all sorts of game, ancient and modern i Ii
arms, and implements: used in hunting. I stingiest royal personage in Europe. He ONE MORE HOLIDAY.Over
will beat a cubmau down to the last penny.
Tbe famous Goodwin sands in the British .
channel are disappearing. They have receded I 1L do Lesseps will leave Paris in March for I!

toward the Kentish coast half a mile Panama. Though not discouraged, more i
within a short time,and show signs of generally I money forthcoming.Arabi is wanted. and it does not appear to be A. Frosolier, ii i Coats.

breaking up.
The iron horse crossed the Oms on Jan. Pasha has been writing messages of PROPRIETOR. I Men's Suits.
15. A train carrying Gen. Annenkoff and sympathy to his old friend, Mr. Wilfrid
the beg of the district passed over the great Blunt. lIe signs" himself "Ahamid Pasha, Youth's Suits.Children's .

bridge, which is 0,375 feet long. The Russians the Egyptian. Suits.
and the gates of India are much nearer Kossuth is the healthiest man for his age
than they used to be. in Europe. He is 86 and hale and hearty as
Tbe Vatican is the most polite court in Eu- Bob Ingersoll, who claims to bo the youngest Parlor Suites And all other Goods in proportion. I am now making room for Slim
Goods and will sacrifice nice line of Goods in order
rope. Replies to all communications are man in the United States. mer !:: a to make

addressed with the titles assumed by the original Busts an Vi portraits of M. Caruot are being room. Call and examine mv NICE AND SELECT GOODS.

correspondents, be they count, dukes, placed in all school rooms, military mess Bed Room Suites
or princes. The pope never stops to ask rooms and general and local governmentofiicts -o-
whether the throughout France. ,
gentlemen are genuine noblemen
J. :BJrR.1'TBA:
or not. Tolstoi has just published his thirteenth ,
a At the canonization of the new saints in volume of his works, "Sur La Vie." This Beds Mattresses
>, Rome, after the pope's speech, the cardinals last has been seized and suppressed by tho THE ONE PRICE CLOTHIER
( presented his: holiness with the customary censor. It was done upon demand of the ,
1 gifts for the newly canonized saints, which clergy. Second Door East of Indian River 'Bank TITUSYILLE FLORIDA
; consisted of a thick wax candle, two bowls, Prince Albert Victor of Wales, now 34 Springs, ,
: one silver and the other gilt: three cages, years old, says he does not want an establish
one containing pigeons: another doves and ment of his own until be gets married; an
the third canaries and greenfinches. There event which ho has not yet oven begun seri- And everything in the FURNITURE I TITUSVILLE CASH STORE
were also two small barrel:, one filled with ously to contemplate: ,
water and the other with wine. line. Call and see the New Stock I
.. The mikado of Japan is described as a dark '
just received. REED: & STEERE
feature, black haired, thick lipped man, ,
ANIMALS, WILD AND TAME. dressed in the uniform of a European general I

and with nothing remarkable in his BEAUTIFUL RIVER FRONT Is Acknowledged Headquarters for !
Two lumbermen of
Lycoining county, Fa, makeup or appearance, although he is the
while driving to their work in a sleigh: the absolute monarch of 30,000,000 people.high S
other night, wero pursuod for several miles 'VI'FORCED Fine Groceriesr:
by bix wolves, one of which attempted to II .
Art :\ow1tere.Pattiflow
jump into the sleigh, but was shot. ,
did you do in ritoHSims SALE.
A man in in Genesco, Ills., saw two micein n'S-Ycry well, indeed; but I \.L"T..t .YS OiST 1-IA.ISTD.
his stable. He hastily ran to a neighborsand should have done letter but for the opposi-
borrowed a rat terrier. The terrier was tion. ALSODSoiloca.

thrown in the barrel, and at the first: nab Patti-What was again you then 3 took off the head of one of the mice with a Sims Reeves-Jem Smith. (A pause.) situated on Indian River. Gives at least :I' : : aints,

crack like breaking a clay pipe. Both the When are you going to Manchester? a quarter mile river front. Will be sold h.1.'tc Lenc1. crosen.o:
mice were frozen to death.A Patti Next week. at least .">0 per cent les* than any land ,

farmer near Galena, Ills., saw a largo Sims Reeves-I thought you were to be of like nature on the liver. We are RAw an.c1.: Xjlxisooci: Oil
owl sitting on a tree. He got a gun and there this week ordered to !sell, and !sell we must.
Mazed away, but didn't disturb the owL His Patti-So I was, but I altered the date. Cotton Sooca 1\oa1: nn.c1.: BrAn
Address call
or on
sons and his neighbors tried their skill at Sims Reeves Why* : ;
shooting with no better result. After all the Patti-I found'my date clashed: with Jake Chas. D. Sweet I Scty, G-rnin.: F'oocl rind:

ammunition on hand had been expended a Kilrain's, and it wouldn't do for us both to Fer'tl1izers.
boy dlimoed the tree and found that the owl l>e in the town together.-London Referee. Manager

was dead and frozen fast to the limb. Indian River Real Estate Agency, Full Lin.e: of Nails. ;
An English firm of pyrotechnists have at Their Warm Time Coming. )' }
their factory a Newfoundland dog which In the bitter winter weather TITUSVILLE. FLA. : REED & STEERE.
When the homes of the poor are cold
positively revels in fireworks. Ho rushes
They put their heads togetherTo ( WM. H. SHARPE ALL GOODS GUAI LAN TEED.
into shower
a of sparks with as much delightas add to their pile of gold ,
most of his kind display in a cold bath, And the price of the coal goes higher
and on a lighted squib being thrown within That before was much too high- I ESTATE AGENTFOR Agents for Uowker and Davidw Fertilizers
his reach, ho will run after the smoldering Well they will not lack for fire -- - -- ,
stump as if it were a bone, and trample it In the land of the by and !by.

out with his paws. -Boston Courier. Clyde's New York Charleston and Florida

The Ilollencamp family,of Xenia, 0.,have Honesty Appreciated. CITY POINT.Lands ,
a pet coon. They also had a lot of chickens, Kansas City .Agent That man who bough
but woke up the other morning to find thir- a suburban tract for an orange grove last sold on long time with interest, or I Steamship Line.
ty-two of them stiff in death, with their August has not been in to make his quarterly on the lease: system: or for ca:h..

throats cut and their blood all gone. Tho payment. Kinds cleared and planted, and cared for I The El(' ant Steamers of this Line are appointed to sAe
coon was about looking sleek and fat and so ASbtant-I see by the paper that he if desared ; by contract or otherwi--:
innocent that the family could not make up started for the city last week, but be froze to FROM JACKSONVILLE
their minds bother he was the guilty one or death the ,
on win' I Refer to E. M. Brcese, Detroit, Mich.;
not, and even yet they think it might have I "Oh! Ho really tried to got hero thenl Jno. C. Norwood, Titusville, Fla.; IJ. W. SEMINOLE, (New) Thursday. Mar. 8th, 1:00 p w
been the work of a weasel. I Noble fellow! If there is anything: ; in this and J. Stras TazewcIl Court Howe, Va.; CHEROKEE, (New). Thursday, Mar. 15th, 0:00 a m

Samuel Wright, of Albany, Ga., for want I world that I admire it is hvije., .\.'"-Omaha ,I and A. Becker, Montreal, Canada, for SEMINOLE (New). Thursday, Mar. 22d, 12:00 noon

cf something better to pet,devoted his attention World. whom I have made grove CHEROKEE, (New). Thursday, Mar. 20th, &30 a in .,...
to a kitten. He afterward acquired an
owl, and Loused the two together in the same Lucky Man. FROM FEB.N NINA: : A,

room, in the hopes of having a nucleus for a There's a bright beam of gladness today in hU I LAKE WORTH. Every Sunday Afternoon
happy family. One day he went to look in eyes. I
upon his pets, but was surprised to find the And he walks through the streets with a swag- After arrival of the
room as silent as the graveyard of some deserted poring air; _
village. Instituting a search, ho discovered No wonder: lie finds that he's drawn as a prize I LOTS FOi SALE in the New Townof Florida Railway and Navigation Co.'s TrailLeaving
A ton of stove coal at the Odd Fellows Fair.
devoured Lake Worth fronting on the waters
evidences that the cat had been Boston Courier.Of .
by the voracious owl, and that his of the lake of that name so well knownfor Jacksonville at 2:45: ; p. rel.1)EL.11cinE .

owlship had died of too much cat meat. ', No Uf.e In Chicago. I it* mild climate. tropical scenery,:\111.1p1tntlitl I ; . \ 4th YEll.\S--Er. Sunday )hr. 23t4
i Miss Pittiburg (visiting in Chicago-Of) hunting and tishing. I YEMASSEE: wmday. Mar. llthI I
PLAYS AND ACTORS. I!i, course you have heard of the now language, I The undersigned i have at last yielded I DEUX WAKE Sundaj, Mar. 18th 1
I j Volapuk. to the pressure and consented to throw Meamers are appointed to sail from 1'ier.9. East River New York
Helen Miss ,,-aha-hOhC'S but wont l > I their land to settlers. To do this
Dauvray's return to the stage is al- I j ; ; sue open
ready forecast. j' tvful in tins town. f we have divided our lands into lots eon- Every Tuesday and Friday at :3 o'clock, P. M.

Manager J. II. Haverly again announces Miss Pitt..lJUrg.h f I venient for business and lots.will winter sell at home pricesto The freight ami'pa-,.enper accommodations arc unsurpassed. Every attention will tv
his : Miss Wabash-It has no equivalent for or groves tothN line.Direct .
retirement from theatrical affairs. given miMiiessentriifted
j jMme. "rats-Pittsburg: Chronicle.A I suit purchasers} of the most limited all shipments from New York via Cl.vile's Flori.1L Line rier2U, East (I.iir.
Modjes>ka has decided to become an i means. For further information apply to
American citizen,and will live in California. !; y i, The above landare situated near theI I II J..1. >TF.VI), Agent, .'. .\. LESLIE, Agent,
Welcome ouml. Fla.
.rnuUt1ina, I la.. *"* u'1l>" S>t.,JackHonville
Nate SaLsbury is rich and says ho will j; Though man may haw a rn."rin"oioo I Inlet on n beautifully-rising plain on I TIIFO 0. H II: Traffic Manager, Vi'M. I*. CLYDE & CO., G1'S'LGT:;., .
never work on the ..3geagnin,unless powrt'QmlleLs ) That like a knife goes through you, """ i{I' the vet shore of the famous Lake I ;:i IJrululwa \. Y. li: South\Vl in-es. Philadelphia ISroa.1 way. N. *
( him. I It's sweeter than sweet music \\lien I Worth, commanding a superb view of I I F. :M.: IKOXMONGEU: : Jr.,Oeneral Tr vehug .\ eut, JAck..onville. tlonaa.

The five years' contract between Manager I He says: "Here's what I owe you.:* i tile lake for miles/of the Inlet. and of I i I Since last season VENTILATORS have been constructed on the Iron steamers for the

Pitou and \V. J. Scanlau has been renewed Nebraska State Journal. 1; parsing vessels on the Atlantic. :i! better transportation of Oranges and Vegetables
for another five j The land is high and dry and repays ,- -- -
years. j Very Artistic. h:111 abundant yield oti
Ada Dyas says that the silent acting of tho "They tell me you are an artist.* i most varieties ot tropical fruits and 1 1- Oranges l..elllol11i and Limes raised on high I)Joe land.

letter reading scene in "Jim, tho Penman,"is .'OuI} a painter.1 i i vegetables grown in this section. Pine- I Guavas, Pomegranates:, Olives, Persimmons, Oxwannts! Peaches, rig-*, Pears, 1 I

a severer strain on her nerves than any other ;' "Ah, indeed! May I ask what is yourspecialty i I apples. etc., are now yielding line crops Sapodillas, Plums-, Almonds, Grape>.
part of the play.Manchester P j I on this land without fertilizing.
England, has burst into un- "Certainly. I paint the town red."-Arj -. ; Now is the time to select choice lots. I INDIAN RIVER NURSERIES. I

"Buffalo wonted enterprise. It has a burlesque o! j cola Record. j Call upon us and see plat. f Roses, Poincianas, Hibfecu. Allamandas, Catalpas, Bouvardia?, Jesamme,
Bill" in theatre and shows the
heathen Chinoo in one another. i Compensation. i For prices and description apply to I.I Eucalyptus, :Euphorbias.I .
| The odor of the flowers we miss, I I TERMS CASH.
Conductor Xeuendorff says that little Josef I The songs of birds, the smiling skies Eill ill E Heyser or Allen EHeyser l CATALOGUE MAILED FREE.
uofmann is in Cn.t class condition, that his J i Cut consolation find in this: I !LlOHX U. 11EACH, Indian River Nurseries, East Melbourne, Fla.THE .
traveling; about seems to brighten him all the 11 1 The season's here for pumpkin pies.Boston I Lake Worth Fla.
more, and that as for his piano playing, that Courier.



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At his residence in Titusville last Fri- Editor Florida Star: ;' Instance Where
THURSDAY. I \ this hour to sorrow;nay refrain They Have Led totrtr I)
PCBLISHED EVERY day morning, Phineas D. Wesson departed The STAR of the 23rd speaks of the J., ;: Bethink thee skies e'en now are somewhere and Important lMue y *

ELLIS B. WAGER Editor and MM. this life in the 64th year of his age. T. & K. W. Ry. Co., saying they should j For bright others the green leaves are dancing lIght I It is stated that when Leopold van b.x

His death was caused by neuralgia of the make some provision for the better hand- : And lovers meet where blossom in the lane Ranke: U-gan to collect: facts for :
S1.5O Annum. Flowers, the sky children of the sun and rain. I history, a singular; accident
per occurred
heart, which is a very painful disease until ling of our perishable products, etc. j; And somewhere torrents in their youthful 0 his native town. A bridge gave b tl

Entered at the POt Office at Titwnrillea* the person becomes unconscious from How is it at Tropic? might, morning, and some persons were wavon ..

Second-Class }platter.A the congestion of the heart. Mr. Wesson Here we raise early vegetables and j Scorning height,the smooth path, leap the dizzy I away in the current beneath swew V n

had transacted unusually large amount tropical fruits, and some of us convey : And mountain summits glisten pure of stain. i Ranke.. who was absent at the time on as-
SQUARE one Inch In space; 24 squares his return inquired into the details or'the
make a column. of business the day before, and retired our produce one mile to a half finished!! Somewhere for poet brows fame twines her catastrophe. "1 5..1.the ySI
'I bridge
advertising rates enquire of the Editor quite early Thursday evening. The phy- wharf and cover it from rain and dew !' wreath; said one of the neighbors. .,:A fall." b.Ii
noble souls
always enclosing two centstamp. Somewhere to purpose are won heavy
sicians' aid could not save him, and in a wIth a tarpaulin furnished by a neigh- By holy living or heroic death; I wain had just passed over it and weak, SIfh fh

THE STAR is the OFFICIAL newspaperfor short time, enough to let the membersof )or. '. Brave hearts endure, nor quail at fortune's ened it. Two women were on it when it fhe ke
Brevard county. frown; fell, and a soldier on a white horse." kc
his family gather around him, he died. We must place our vegetables on the : And somewhere there is rest for all who breathe saw it fall,'' declared another

1 1J131DPAPER Y.RoDe.efennd on' NewaDs ele at Gea crM. Mr. Wesson formerly lived in Provi- wharf the night before they start North ,, Somewhere a land- .where T. R.sorrow in London Is unknown.II. Spectator.Care wain had passed over it two hours: "but pr the*. t:

Adftr't1l1Dg murraaaosrwocesr.e '-wtwrr. 3 dence, R. I., from whence he came to to insure getting them off as the steamer | I vious. The foot passengers were children, 'Ir

contracts may 00 made for It EV NEW YORK. Florida in 1870 making his home near passes this place at a very early hour. {j of the Eyes.It I and the rider was a civilian on a black

The Star has the Largest circulation Salt Lake. He afterwards is injurious to rub the eyes while Inflamed Lorse." ow." argued Von Ranke, "if
purchased an
or any paper on the East coast of Fla. Xow, this J., T. & K. W. Ry. or i j by the cutting winter winds and it is impossible to learn the truth aboutan

orange grove on Banana River from the Indian River Steamboat Company, ori t and the dust raised thereby, and equally I i accident which happened at broad c

REV ARD county should exert herself late Capt. M. 0. Burnham, but being accustomed whatever their title is, have the cheek to j so to bathe them and go out immediately : noonday only twenty-four hours ago how 1

next Wednesday, the 14th, at the Sub- to an active life, he disliked say: "We will furnish material if you J again in the air, as then there is dangerof i can I declare any fact to be certain which 1

Tropical Exposition. All attention is i the seclusion of the Banana River at that will build a warehouse on our wharf! catching a cold. A prominent optician I is shrouded" in the darkness of ten cen l
declares that most of the troubles at turies. To this trivial incident, which f
now directed to Brevard. Let us do our I day, so he turned his attention to other sn't it cheeky ? I should say it was. this season are caused by eye imprudence in I'I to many persons would have borno no 1 1t

best. branches.Mr. WlDEAWAKE.Printers I rubbing or bathing. He also says that I lesson, was due much of his caution and
--- Wesson had much to do with the I in rubbing the eyes the tear line from the impartiality.A 1
of the Democratic Na- I .
THE location of the county-seat at Titusville I In Congress.! outside to the nose should be followed, few moments' consideration will
tional Committee in setting the 5th of though the majority pass the fingers from convince any one that some of the most
in 1878, and subsequently he was appointed There are more printers in the Houseof momentous crises in history have rI
their national
June as the date for holding II the inside out, which, he asserts, affects hinged
convention has caused some conster- one of the County Commissioners Representatives than members of any he sight and produces crows' feet. The upon very slight circumstances. A glass

nation to the Prohibitionists who had which place he held up to the time single occupation or profession, exceptthe ladies will assuredly heed the last state of wine for instance, changed the history -
of France for nearly
of his death. When Titusville was in- law. Amos of New York ment.-New York Times.A twenty yean.
Cummings, ,
selected June 6th as the day Louis Philippe king of the French, hada
convention. They say the Democratic : corporated, in 1886, he was one of the was a tramp printer, and says he has set Moonless Month. son, the Duke of Orleans, and heir to

convention will monopolize the press, as forward movers. Following the incor- type in every State in the Union. Sena- The month of February, 1866, wfes in the throne, who always drank only a

well as the wires, and that the proceed- poration, he was made Town Clerk, whichwas tor Plumb was first a printer, then an editor one respect the most remarkable in the certain number of glasses made of wine, because
even one more him
Prohibition would not also an official position he held up to and finally a banker. Gallinger, of world's history. It had no full moon. tipey.On .
ings of party and had a memorable morning he forgot to
receive the proper publicity that it his death. He worked quietly and earn- Xew Hampshire, was a printer, but afterward January March/but had February two full had moons none. Do so you count the number of his glasses, and

should. They should change the date, estly for the temperance cause, believingit studied medicine. Farquhar, of realize what a rare thing in nature that took one more than usual. When enter

then. How would the 30th of May suit to be for the welfare and prosperity of Xew York, is not only a printer, but was was? It had not occurred sinco tho ing his carriage ho stumbled, frightenedthe

the county and Titusville.Mr. once president of the Typographical Un- time of Washington, nor since the discovery horses, and causing them to run. la
them ? attempting to leap from the carriage his
of America, nor since the begin
Wesson was a strict business man ion. "Tim" Campbell was once a com- head struck the pavement, and he soon
of the Christian the
ning era, nor creation
WE wish to urge the good people of in all respects; an able financier, and in positor on the New York Herald whenhe of the world. And it will not occur died. That glass of wine overthrew the

Brevard to be up and doing toward mak- this our county is indebted to him for the was elected to the Sew York Legislature. again, according to the computation of Orleans rule, confiscated their propertyof

ing a magnificent display of our productsat successful management of her financial O'Donnell, of Michigan, learnedthe astronomers, for-how long do you .c into 30,060.000 exile.If and sent the whole family

the Sub-Tropical next Wednesday, resources. He was kind to everyone, printing business and has always think?-wonderful 2,500,000 month years.? Was Golden not that Mr. Grenville had not carried, in
truly a Days.
which "Brevard County Day." In addition giving good advice to the young men kept at it. Dingley, of :Maine; Foran, of 17G-J, his memorable resolution as to the

to making a fine display, everyone who would consult him whenever in Ohio; Xicholl, of North Carolina; Wick- Persia's Domestic Spy System.I expediency of charging stamp duties on

should attend who possibly can from doubt. He leaves his widow amply provided ham,of Ohio; Hudd, Wisconsin; Yost, found that the easiest way to keep the plantations of America, the western
world still have been under British
Persian servants in order
this Brevard has already at- for. His of and of all Xew York or employes
county. large family sons Virginia, were printers.- was to encourage the spy system and rule. In connection with this mat

tracted a great deal of attention by her daughters were, providentially, presentat Tribune. listen to informers among them. As ter. there is another slight, albeit remarkable -

display of fruits, plants, etc., and these his death, with the exception of :Mr they are quarrelsome and jealous, after circumstance, which may be <

must be supplemented by fresh suppliesand Harry Wesson and an elder daughter; residing The "Dutch Mall" Hoax. acting on this principle many of my diffi- told in Thackeray's own words. "It
lessenAl. was strange he, "that, in. a :
culties were So great is the says savage
different varieties to secure the ultimate in Rhode Island. The funeral, last
Concerning the origin of the Dutch feeling which sometimes exists in a Per- forest of Pennsylvania, a young Virginian -

success of our county exhibit there. Sunday, was largely attended, Rev. :Mr :Mail" hoax writer in Lippincotfs'Magazine sian menage among the servants, that I officer should fire a shot, and waken

Would it not be humiliating for a large Foy delivering the sermon, and the remains says: Some fifty years ago an article have known of a woman to place a dozen up a war which was to la*>t for sixty
down the leeches under her hair and then years,which was to cover his own country
portion of our people to go to were followed by many relatives, bring
appeared in an English provincial paper, complaint of having been struck on the and pass into Europe, to coot France her
metropolis next Wednesday and see some friends and town officers to
county the Leicester Herald, under the title of head and grievously hurt by a fellow American colonies, te sever ours from m

other county present a better exhibit LaGrange Cemetery, the final resting "The Dutch :Mail," with the announce- servant. The charge seemed about to be and create the great western republic; to

than ours? place. We append herewith a resolution ment that it had arrived too late for substantiated and the _alleged offender rage over the old work _when extinguished

offered to the Town Council by Col, D. punished, when the judge, aware of the in the new; and of all the myr.
translation and had been and
1 CORRESPONDENCE. set np character of the Persian domestic, orderedan iads engaged in the vast content, to leave
L. Gaulden, which was received and accepted in the A deal of with him
printed original. great examination. It was then discoveredthat the prize of the greatest fame

' LAKE WORTH, FLA., March 28, 1888. at a special meeting last Friday attention was attracted to the article, the blood streaming down the face who struck the first blow.*'

Editor of the Florida Star: evening: many Dutch scholars announcing in of the moaning woman was caused by If the nose of Cleopatra hail been
The decrees of heaven often i leeches actually puncturing her temples shorter, says Pascal, the condition of the
DEAR SIR,-We are very much pleased are mys print that it was not in any dialect with at that very time. The case was dismissed. world would hare been different. IIi
with the results of our advertisements in terious. We cannot see why God, in his which until it had had
they were acquainted, was .-S. G. W. Benjamin's Letter.A meaning is, that if Cleopatra a
your paper, having received returns from wisdom, should have sent the death angelto finally discovered to be a hoax. Sir Richard 'I: nose short to deformity she would have

them from all parts of the United States, take from us one so useful! so kind, so Phillips, the editor of the paper, tells : Urnnken :Man' Memory. failed to attract Antony, who would not
have been drawn into the conduct which
and even from Europe, finding it the gentle, so unselfish, so devoted to his thi story of how it was conceived and I remember a Cambridge man who, culminated in tile loss of the battle of

best advertising medium of any we have family, so helpful in every good work carried out: "One evening, before one though not given to drinking", and now Actium, which loss made way for the
"a sober man his sons, was more
tried. We enclose of two and cause as our beloved fellow-townsman among close in the inauguration
a description! of our publication, my men and a boy than once overtaken by liquor during tho of the Roman republic

places here which we would like put in as Phineas D. Wesson.! He did not overturned two or three columns of the time when he had yet to learn his brain's of he Roman empire.

locals. Enclosed please find two dollars. live for himself alone, but his broad mind paper in type. We had to get ready some exceptionally limited power of resistingthe momentuous Dyspepsia has crisis.been A the leg cause of mutton of many is

Very Truly, and generous heart led him each day to way for the coaches, which at four in the would action of be intoxicants. This man said to have controlled the tide of Ltip-
not only unable to recall what
PORTER & POTTER. lend a helping hand to those around him. of the
morning required four or five hundred had happened during the time when he sic's battle; and the consequences

e If we wanted a friend, we knew where to papers. After every exertion, we were was intoxicated but a number of pre- indigestion of a certain duchess are proverbial. -

Florida Immigration Associ find him; if our minds were troubled so short nearly a column, but there stood a ceding events which had taken place in
aUon.JACKSOXVILI.E The failure of the crop
while he still great potato
needed sound advice from was perfectly sober. His
we good, n
column of the ,
tempting circumstance
'pi' on galley -
Ireland be caked
cannot slight
FLA., :Mar. 1, 88. friends would tell him of things which
Editor Florida Star: clear brain and a gentle heart, it was the It suddenly struck me that this had happened a full hour before he was :yet it was comparatively slight

the custom of our people to go to him might be thought Dutch. I made up the "overtaken" the quaint expressionhas compared with the momentous changes
DEAR SIR Will call attention of
you I lIe died on the morning of his birthday, column, overcame the scruples of the its, which had altogether passed from which it brought about; for the repeal
through the columns of your paper to I his remembrance. lie used that the corn laws was hastened; by the potato
and of to
was sixty-four say
years age. foreman and ; the addition observed -
so away country famine. As Lord Beaconsfield has
the fact that need of his
recollection clear
{ we a new supply was up to a certain
When the messenger came to call himto went with its "This but universal
philological puzzle to : mysterious
point seemed
matter for distribution the everything
printed by
a higher life it did not find him idle. the honest readers' sickness of a single root changed the history
worry agricultural "eHed.Knowledge.
Bureau of Information of the
SubTropical All the day before he was busy with his I heads. There of time of the world."
was plenty to setup
Exposition. Tin distribution is free, Many men have been drawn to their
public duties. The people of our town i I
column of
for the
and we wMi every locality in the State a plain English Ui/f'r Than They Usetl to lie. destiny\' the most trivial occurrences.
i *
its and county can fly !spare him. We know edition." Sir Richard tells of one man I have measured Roman Fenimore Cooper became a novelist
to represent interests through this a great many
not who shall fill his place. He wn through his wife's challenge. One even
whom he met in Xottingham who for coffins and my average !shows that the
channel. section of Florida it
every faithful to trust and leave his ing. while reading a novel, he threw
every to thirty preserved a of the Leicester Roman could not have greatly exceeded
that has of characterdescriptive years copy writes
printed matter down "I believe I could
any five feet live inches. In saying:
children heritage of taking measurements -
an a good name, a
of its advantages, send it at Hearld, hoping that some day the of ancient armor, I find that tho better book myself." "Let me bee you
useful life well spent and a character un- In a
once. Yours truly, letter would be explained. English aristocracy have decidedly increased do it. said with a smile.
sullied. few days he had written several chapters
--- in height within 000
E. D. VAN DEMANGeneral average
Our hearts are sorrowful. Phineas D. STATE NEi "S. years. of "Precaution," which, when finish"'

Agent. Wesson, honored and esteemed by all, I measured twenty-five mummies in he published at his own expense. The .
but "
a novel attracted little attention;
To will be sadly missed. Therefore, n- a There are two thousand school children the Britis-h museum as nearly as I could of his Ctipcity
s Cabbage Shippers. '! through the causes making estimate for gave Cooper an inkling "
Editor of the Florida Star: tribute to his worth and memory, 1 in Lake county.Lnnd wrapping, and I found the average heightof for story writing, and the "Spy, hi3

This is to caution you against the use Retolred, That the Town Council of the I III sales are reported few and far mules sixty-one inches, females fifty- next novt-1. appealed so strongly countryineQ to the

of barrels for shipping cabbage in, because town of Titusville, in a body attend his II between at Punta Gorda. five inche patriotic that it became sympathies a great of sucees.Q'thorne his
The mummof the celebrated Cleopatra
they are too bulky, and no matter how funeral ; that a memorial page in the records -I ('. H. Blake, of Daytona, had over 90! measures about fifty-four inches, too was induced to write tw

much you split and bore the barrels for of the Town Council be appropriately -I boxes of fine oranges stolen from his about the height of the preterit Eurcpean "Scarlet Letter" La. remark of W*

ventillation the cabbage will heat and decay inscribed to his memory, and thata I grove there recently. girl of 10.: The most ancient mummy of wife. the "Faery-

in them, more or less, in the close copy of these resolution be spread on I an Egyptian kin; yet discovered measured If CowIehad- not found it is J**
Business: at the car works at Green fifty-two inches.Nature.A Queen" in hi.; mother's parlor
: car, and rot and !spoil more or less in the the minutes and published in the FLORIDA I Ii t Cove Spring is rushing, with several large possible that he would never have been a

hot hold of the boat. The shipping of STAR.flrfolrcd. poet. Giotto, one of the early Florentine
orders for fill. I Modest .
to Tramp's
!j cars Cequest.Farmer' remained a rah
cabbage in barrels has lost thousands of secondly, that we tender to painters, might have him
his bereaved wife and children our deep j :Madison county has: been without = Daughter: suppose you shepherd boy if a sheep drawn by
dollars to the shipper every season, not want my father to take you in for the a stone had not attracted the notice
official since the last
only in total losses from rot, but in damaged sympathy in this great sorrow and loss, surveyor appointment season? of Cimabue. Opie might have I05: *"!

stock and injury to the market. and that they be furnished copy hereof. of county officer Tnxmi -No. mix: if you will kindly in obscurity if he had not looked over tBhouldvr e ,

t We have seen it, and deem it our dutyto i i It is rumored that work on the Florida few r. shirt onto Bazar.this button, that's all 1 1ask.Iiarper's of his companion. Mark uaiw.lI
II butterly.
warn you from such destruction of The Hones of St. Thomas i Midland, towards Ki simmee, is to his while friend he was and drawing companion a escaPethe

your cabbage in barrels any longer, now .\.-Uckt'1.. i be resumed soon and pushed ahead. j j A Warning to Parents. thunderstorm at Erfurt. Luther might
I Jom'I
4 that you can get crates; and we advise The remains recently discovered, enclosed | The nnnunl meeting the South Flor- What we often call cuteness in chilI I have been a lawyer.-Cliambtrsnal.

you to use only slat crates, 12 by 20 by in a stone coffin in the Crypt of ida Railroad Company will be held at the i I dren is simply natural depravity. After !.
j they we wish they weren't I
grow up quite
36 inches, which are not <*) bulky, are Canterbury Cathedral, England, and are ,: offices of the company at Sanford on : so cute.-Philadelphia Call. Mules That Carry a Ton-

i better ventilated and show off better supposed to be the bones of St. Thomas Wednesday, March 14, at 10o'clock a. m. !I At Genoa I saw a train of a dozen donkeys -

1 than the more bulky, and which deliver A-Becket, have jut been re-buried. i 1 John T. Warren, of Sumpterville, has I The number of insane in New York loaded with iron for the imPrt'oD

cabbage and egg-plants here invariablyin They were placed in an elm shell, madeto some specimens of a deposit of shell and I j i asylums is now over 14,000, of whom avery ment of the street railway. web The )

much better condition than they ever fit the stone coffin, and then re-in- :, rock lime which a company, of which he : large proportion are foreigner was tied across the donkeys'long would ve
I and the weight
arrive in barrel terred in the exact spot where they were 1: i* a member, are diggingout and placingon | The children in Bogota carry their own been way considered a good load for tag

Yours truly, found, which was in the Chapel of St. \ the market. This lime mine is an immense -j chairs to school, as well as their own horses in America. It is not uncommon of railroad .

PANCOAST & GRIFFITHS, Thomas A-Becket, and close to the spot II deposit of marine matter, whichis pens and ink.Electricity. to see a donkey carrying a lead and a

Wholesale Produce :Merchants, where the murdered Archbishop of Can- valuable both for fertilizing and building II i I Ii i bars weighing 2.000 launder kwl in mod
ton is not small wagon
I a
I furnishes
it Philadelphia. terbury was originally buried. : purpose j employment for5,000,0001eopie. onitries. .-Cor. Fliibtlf: mid'fin:t

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Pays TTell. younger ana more active bull than his Monday afternoon Swede Bucklen's Arnica
(here neatness a young by Salve.

Untie that parcel and tie it up again companions blow of the succeeded in evading the fatal the name of Richard Erickson was The best salve in the world for cuts, IDIARIVER I
grizzly's terrible fore
paw brought from Oveido and lodged in the bruises sores ulcers salt rheum fever ,
nrotJy. long enough to give in turn fatal thrust ,
The speaker was the proprietor of a with his horn in the bear's side a punctur- county jail, being violently insane, says sores, tetter chapped hands, chilblains, Real Estate Agency,

large dry goods store. lie was addressing ing the vitals, and making of the contesta the Orlando Record. This morning a rep- corns and all skin eruptions, and positively 4

one of the clerks. mutual slaughter.-New York Sun. resentative of the Record called and in- cures piles, or no pay required.It Titusville, Florida. ; I ISE.YD

"Don't you ever send a parcel out of terviewed him, or was rather interviewedby is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction f

the store wrapped up carelessly, or you Educating Arabian Girl him, as all the time the scribe was or money refunded. Price 25 cents FOR DESCRIPTIVE LIST. 1 a

will leave" "Educate present the lunatic kept up a continuous per box. For sale by all drug stores in I'

,Neatly wrapped up parcels aro a great a girl! exclaimed a Mohammedan gabble in his native tongue, emphasizedwith Titusville and on Indian River. Chas. D. Sweet, tanagcr. '

advertisement to the house," resumed the to Dr. Jessup, a missionary most:! violent gestures, that made .
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"A customer always likes tohave among the Arabs, who was urging him the reporter thankful for the strong iron j ;

merchant.her parcels put up in as small a to place one of his daughters in a girls' bars that separated them. A person who C. J.Hardware. ::BEOTOB.: ., ,-' t ,w wIi

as possible. It is very annoying school in Tripoli. "Educate a girl 1 You understood his talk said that he was recounting ;, tTg r _
space might as weIr try to educate cat!" :
a td
merchant and customer the numerous persons he had 0 and

for looks ragged or becomes loosened and Several aristocratic Mohammedan gentlemen killed and mutilated.Announcement.. .. td S H.aS

We make all of Beirut were induced a few years k
the contents. our
q S
exposes to their 0c General Produce "
ago place daughters in one of
bow to tie a parcel before cr
clerks learn up \ the Protestant schools there, and one of I + ::;$ 0 0p 4
they are allowed to wait on customers. To and citizens of Titus- p:> p:> ,
them remarked patrons
"Would believe my
: it? 0 'ITIOQ
They learn" in what we call the entering I heard one of the girls read you the other ville, I desire to say that I will be absent :> m OQ I-i n ::;$ 0 MERCHANT. .st t

t room. day, and she actually asked a question from the city from March 5th March: :> 0.J Melbourne. Florida. ,
tI it take long to learn? (1) + p :
I "Does 13th inclusive.. : books c :>
about tho construction of My appointment p -1
ti a noun
preceded 0
and $
"No. A few hours' experience ::; S S' .
will be found at the Grand View Hotel
i i by a preposition! I never heard + ::;$ 0 0
one can wrap up a parcel quite expertly.It the like of it! The things do distinguishand where persons can secure time by regis J td (1) sr
little and order. TITDSVILLE BAKERY .
requires a care (1) f
simply trj .
take little to tie understand what they read after all!I" tering for dates-beginning the morningof L- ] ; 'iI-iUl : i
always a care <
Druggists and hence The other replied: "Mashallahl J Mash- Wednesday, :March 14th. As my timeis .....:. + I-i <; .

up their parcels, are proverbialfor allah! The will of God be done!"-St limited, it will be well for those who -*- t-3. :> 0 '-D
their neatness in this particular. Wo : X Washington Avenue, tbe Railroad.
Louis Republican.The desire my professional services to take H M CD Wgs H) near ,Ji

have our parcels wrapped up neatly, andon advantage of making dates. ::;

each parcel have the name of our c+ MRS. V. GA1LER.
Coolies of Trinidad. F. H. HOUGHTON, Dentist. < 0T1K = -
stamped. The moment one t :
house any t-i. '
The coolies work excellently. Theyare know where the
sees these packages they picturesque additions to the landscape DIRECT YOUR TVASIIIXG TO O m) Fresh Bread made daily; al o Picsand .' ,
have made their purchases.This > g S ;
shoppers J1 M ::;$ Ih ,'
as they keep to the bright colon TITUSVILLE Cakes of all kinds. Cakes for 1
deal of
affords a good advertising, Ul
and graceful drapery of India. The grave 0 .... mU1 special occasions furnished
provided the packages are done up by hj c+ W A

skilled hands.-New York Mail and Ex- dignity of their faces contrasts remarkably STEAM LAUNDRY. ...... O OUl > at short notice. ''i
with the broad, good humored, but
fO. co \
i press. common features of the African. The (D GIVE HER A CALL. .

black women look with at the Satisfaction Guaranteed by CD tT ,.
The Meaning of America. envy
The meaning of the name Amerigo has straight hair of Asia, and twist their unhappy N. C. BRYAN, Proprietor. t-b"c$ + R'o...... ; PP P:> t I-: Geo. B. Rumph.

wool into knots and in gEI1.
discussed the Paid One
often been only thing cer- Kxprcss Way. td

tain being that it is one of those names of : vain hope of being mistaken for the o fQ c+ 1K S A FULL LINE OF

Teutonic origin, like Humberto, Alfonzo, purer race; but this is all. The African For Sale ..... Jct-0 I.IJ to"..

Grimaldi, or Garibaldi, so common in and the Asiatic will not mix, and the Cheap, c+ 0 c+ IY1 GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS.ROBERT ;
African the will and o 0 0
being stronger
which to the Gothic "
northern Italy, testify t4QcD
must prevail in Trinidad, as elsewhere in ::;$ P:> t I
or Lombard conquest. Americ, which A BEARING ORANGE GROVE : itJ
a H :P:; ;
the West Indies. Out of total
a popula-
occurs as early as 744 A. D., is probablya P M- J .....

contracted form of the name Amalaric, tion of 170,000 there are 25,000 whites At Mims Station :> <1 P P:

borne by a king of the Visigoths, who and mulattoes, 10,000 coolies, the rest : & CD
died in 531. A Bishop Emrich was negroes. The English part of the Eu- On lie J. T. & K. W. Railway, Four Milcg ? ?> CD r< <3

council of in ropeans shows no tendency to increase.J. from Titusville
present at the Salisbury 807,

and an Americus Balistarius is mentionedin A. Froude. 300 Bearing Trees, and 115 Young Treesset & : Lb)

the Close Rolls (Thirteenth century). Belief In the Moon's Influence. out about 3 years. The grove covers 7 Lake Worth Town Lots.

It has been conjectured that the stemis acres. Sufficient land surrounding the
Men are not superstitious nowadays.Oh The undersigned have quite a numberof
im, from which we get the name of grove to make up 20 acres will be sold.
Emma. The meaning of this is not no! but some of them kill their hogs The grove is well fenced and there is a good lots in the new town of Lake

only in the light of the moon and plant 'Vorth."e will purchase and improve
known with certainty, though Ferguson dwelling (somewhat out of repair) on the
their potatoes when it is full. One of for ,parties at a distance.
thinks it may denote "strife" or "noise. place. Right on the railway ; less than J

Since however, the name is probably of our citizens relates a remarkable instance from depot, stores, post-office, express of- PORTER & POTTER,

Gothic origin, and since the Amalungs in proof of Luna's effects upon fice, etc. This grove will be sold very General Real Estate Agents,

were the royal race of the Ostragoths, it mundane affairs. lie says that in Penn- cheap within the next 60 days. Lake Worth, Dade Co., Fla.

is more likely that the stem is amal, sylvania, before he left that state, two Apply to ItobbiiiM *fc Graham.

men put new roofs upon their houses.
which was formerly thought to mean
roofed while the
"without spot," but is now more plaus- One house was moon ORANGE TREES FOR SALE. ,
and the other while it
was new, was
ibly connected with the old Norse ami,
"labor," "work." The suffice Tic cog- either dark or full. Before he cane Fine Healthy Buds in sour stock. TITUSVILLE, FLA.

away the roof of the former house had Grown on high pine land. Q ,
nate with rex, reich and rick, means
drawn up till a full story had to be put PER HUNDRED.
"rich" or "powerful, and therefore the
Reasonable Rates. Pleasant Location.
most probable signification of Amerigo is underneath, while the roof of the latter Stock 3 in. in diam., bud 1 year, $15.00. IIUIST'S
tho down till the ti u u "
"strong for labor."-Isaac Taylor in pressed building j 1" 25.00.
Notes and Queries. lower story was under ground!-American 1" 1" 35.00. Sear Grand View Hotel. Fresh Garden Seeds

Magazine. "And 11"Villa" Franca" 2"Lemons.45.00. Mrs. G. W. Mackenzie, Proprietress. Sold at Philadelphia Retail Prices. Will

Pampering the Pugs. Curious Deception In Sound.A had make special orders and prices to
Prices for large lots can be
fanciers could tell
Dog very funny curious manner of deception in parties wanting seedsin
stories about their experience with ladies application. tow GRAND VIEW HOTEL bulk.
sound was developed the other day
and their pets. One well known fancier ADAMS, Eau allie. ,
through a bet. One man wagered thatif
Geo. B.
here says that a wealthy dame from 43 Rumph.
blindfolded a person is unable to tell TITUSVILLE, FLA. .
Fifth will down to
avenue come bowling
the direction from which any sound 19 Titusville, Fla.
his shop in her carriage, and, with tears NOTICE. -0- .
comes. A gentleman was blindfolded,
in her eyes, beg him to save the life of and another, holding two silver coins between LAND OFFICE Gainesville, Fla., ) The most centrally located Hotel in City
her adored pug. He promises her lr O. S. PORTER. OEO. W. POTTFR. .t
his fingers, snapped them together February 29th 1888. j
will do his best, and, after kissing the -0- Co. Surveyor..
under his friend's nose. When
black nose of the little beast and leaving right Notice is hereby given that the follow NEW HOUSE. FIRST-CLASS IN t
called to locate the sound the gentleman
on -
many instructions for his welfare, she ing-named settler has tiled notice of his EVERY RESPECT.
it behind him.
was positive was
drives away. The log fancier then ex- intention to make final proof in supportof PORTER & POTTER

amines the pug carefully and finds thatit experiment was tried from every side, his claim and that said: proof will be Open all the year round. Table Unsur- I

but the gentleman was not able to tell made before A. A. Stewart Clerk of t
is suffering from being overfed and passed. Bath Rooms Free.
correctly just where the sound came Circuit Court. at Titusvllle, Fla., on I
getting no exercise, BO he puts it on low Rates, & $3.OO per Day.
from. -Cincinnati Enquirer.The William Hindle
April) 21st. 1SSS. viz. : ,
rations for a week and has his boy run Real Estate Dealers
of Micco. Florida II. E. 17,000 for the
it up and down the yard for an hour or ,
Rich< Man's Coachman.A lots 4 and section 7. township 30 south,
so every day until it works some of the J. A. MILLER
Proprietor.Passenger .
flesh off its bones. Then he sends it backto rich man who beats his dog is no range 39 east. ,
lIe names the following witnesses to Lake Worth Dad Co.
more important in 3Ir. Bergh's than Fla.
the grand dame, who is delighted to eyes his continuous residence
prove upon,
pay $23: for the wonderful transformation tho poor man who torments his neighbor'spet. and cultivation of said land. viz. : Chas. Department.

that has taken in her The coachman of a millionaire is
place pet. II. )(. Evans Joseph Paine. Joseph
Will Buy and Land for Partiesat
People who keep large dogs are apt to tho prisoner. His employer has become Williamson all of Micco, Fla. ; and DeBARY & PEOPLE'S LINE Improve i
have about their bondsman for him, and bin attorney is
more common sense care William Jarvis, of Cocoa. Fla. a Distance. :

than those who keep toy animals, and present to see that justice is dealt out to 4G S. C. TUCKEU, Register.:

they do not feed them on meat and candy him. And that H just what is done-- STEA 11I Ea.S.J : .

all day long, so they escape the illness just that and nothing more or less. lIe

that comes from too much pampering.New .- was arrested for using an infamous bit,
Lake Worth, Dade Co. Fla.. is the most tropical!
tlm sides of which contained sharp tacks
York Cor. Philadelphia Record. part of the Mate. Located on the Atlantic Coast
,which pressed cruelly into the sides of a south of Jupiter Inlet 20 miles, Jupiter being the I

the horse's face, inflicting such pain that south end of Indian River. Lake Worth lies parallel
Dyeing with tho Henna riant. : ; with the ocean beach is t.% miles lone, atrrage I
he reared and danced. This him
The lady who is about to undergo the gave width one mile, connected with the ocean Iiy an iii
tho appearance of great spirit.Ir.. let. and is nowhere over 3 4 eTa mile from the ocean
dyeing u stretched out at full >
process The fishing cannot be excelled and
Bergh briefly states the cae to the court. our hunting the
length on her back, and is not allowed: bent for all kind of game. Some beautiful cocoanut -
to stir The is on the soles of The bit is produced. Half an hour of City of Jacksonville prove In bearing on the lake; mangoes nappadilloee -
paste put
argument is heard anti the prisoner, in alligator peart, sugar applet, cuavaa. Spanish
the feet the toes included about an inch limes. Jamaica apples. Avocadapears, tamarind.gooseberry .
spite of his master's wealth and social CAPTAIXr.' A. SHAW.Daily .
thick; tai- part of the feet is never trees, mammee applet, mamuiee saps
upper position, is fined $23.-Benjamin Nor tj I almonds, dates fig, bananas, .
dyed. Soft leaves then II l llia .l dA f hey Irom Jacksonville except Saturday. lfnupplu.oraDJ(""
are applied, as a throp. ?or 1SS3 U setter than ever, and should in thehandifeverypereoncontemplanngbuying limes lemons, citrons and all tropical fruit. and
covering, and he whole i3 tightly SEEDS flower This is the most eastern part of Florida; i
in linen. BULBS r PLANTS taints the gulf stream being; nearer to the laud than at
. wrapped Reform In Our Penal System. Colored Plata :PI. B. Plant, any other part of the coast, which insures the most
The with thousands of Illustrations,and tifar'y 150 paces,tellin
same process is gone through It needs no argument to show that our I that to bay, and where to get it od naming lowea even temperature' of any part of the State. Good
the palm of the hand and the fingers. To is bad it be. Probably -' prices for honest poods. 1'rice of GUIDE only 10 cent ('APT. I. C. HALL, Hotels and frtores. Lots of all sizes and priced secured
penal system as as can for worth of Seedi the above firm who have
Including a Certificate pood 10 cents by most all of the
keep the application in place, the lady one-half of those incarcerated could JAMES PICK E MAN, j Daily from Sanford:; except Sunday. beet land to sell. Parties buying now will no doubt

must lie perfectly still all night for no be made excellent citizens without being Rochester N. Y.siiEiiiFF's .! ill a short time more than double the purchase mo
other of the bodmust receive the ney. We have Iota of all sizes, from five to one hundred
disgraced. Of the other half a large part, ON ST. JOHN'S RIVER. acres all fronting on Lake Worth. Prices from
dye, and a spot on the back of the handor SAIM j
by a course of wise discipline could be $30 to 1300 per acre. Some beautiful htell1lff-lI. also

the finger joints would be a great disfigurement. lifted out of the ranks of vice and crime. Under and by virtue of an execution issued ont I| improved property, cottages,etc The following;
of the Circuit Conrt for the 7tli Judicial Circuit I I S'hetlnh'---UU-: 29, )""7. are a few of our best bargains:
At present a man once in state's prison is the No. ). S3.V4 acres,went of Lake Worth.
At ofl-'lorMs. upon a judgment reco\ered in court j .. ..
this time she is dreadfully teased by pretty sure to be back again soon after of Hon. 11. F Atkincon. Justice of the Peace in and "'It'llf. LANuf G". jOHT1t.Leave. .. :!..-55.34 en. wet. shore.. of.. Lake.. Wortlt...
II :'. 23 1.2" -
swarms of musquitoes and flies, but she his release, and his incarceration only for Brevard conut). FlorIda. and transcribed to I II | Arrive. --
dare cot move to drive them In Mower I said Circuit Court, wherein William It Sanders waplaintiff + :;::;0 l'lU". f.:30am 4.-U" with :about 70 rods frontage i
the away. hardens him. The only pardoning I and George Cleveland wa defendant Ihave 'I''I'I ": :00 l' ru Tocoi Leave.9t.0 on west shore) Lake Worth.
upper classes slaves watch all nightto 5.-f.51-2 acres with 1.4 mile front on \sttt
now recognized as possible is that lodgedin levied upon and will sell at public outcry to p 111 t'alatta 1:30am i
keep away these pests with fan hands of the highest and best bidder for cash, in front of : {.:--0 p m n,lo-stow 11:.&0 p m shore.
our : a power -2J: 1.2 tl.ore
governors 8. west
acres on
The same be for the.Court! House door, in Titusville. in l'ailll.ol1nty, 11'M pin VfcUla 10:10pin .. ..
must repeated I H 15 "
process J. east
that is generally exercised with discretionand on the first Monday in April (the same being the I 12:00 m a t tfargKownVolua 9:10pm .. ;
three nights to obtain the desired red ends in vast good. We cannot too I 2nd day thereof) A. I,1".. the following property : V.::5am .:L;)pin .. 10 -55.41 "'. -.". went '-. i

tint; but, once finished it remains for a eradicate the idea of vindictivenessfrom to.wit : All that lot of land in aid county of I 2::-0 a 111. A-tor 7:10 p in .. 11.-19 12.-U east II milefrcLt
month soon i r Bre\ard described at< follows : 4:45> a. m .: ..l J.mdh'g 5.00 p m .. .
and cannot be washed out. "An 13.-16
our penal system and substitute Commencing at a post or corner 10 55.1(0 chains 1 5::>0 a in lllne SlJril1t:; 4:15 pin .. .. "
Arabian Princess." therefor the idea of reformation. Globe' north of the southeast corner of lot 4, section *.?, I Arm .. 14 -io wet
t -- I .. .. 15.-4 lots of 5 acres each with 10 rod frontage -
township 23 south of range CG east thence we t t<> I :(1() a m Ll1t.rl.-I"p 2.30pm
Democrat.An. bank of Indian River thence north along bank <.! 9:0-> a m Sanf rd. Cit Wharf 1:?':0 p m each on west shore of thelake. There
Grizzly and<< noC" lo. I said ricer 15-100 chains to post or corner thence fO am' sauford.> S. F. R. I:. I :45 p m .. are bar 3in".

When there were buffalo on the plainsthe Introduction In Mexico. I east 23 chains to post or corner, thence south, 'I II .. 17.16.--25 5 acres.. with.. new modern cottage cottigeof on east 7 there.rooms
3 15-100 chains to post thence west to place of commencement
Manitolva grizzlies were great hunters When two people are introduced in containing 7 acres more or 11'*'''. And CoNSH-TioN-At TIH-.I with St. Jol.ii Railroad; on east shore. i

of them. When a grizzly and a buffal :Mexico: if both are women they exchange I', al&o lot number. four ,4)). of section (*> eight t..wu.i at toil l't.htka11 with >t. J'l.u'.s rt.lri.1.'I11'.rn and Halifax Railway River;at Railroad Holies; ''. in 19.---27 20 acres" on.' cast west sl.ore.-

met then was always sure to be a con- a light embrace and palmadita or hip ((3: ) tbirt .tbrt't'. south range: r40) forty t':1..t. at A-t )r \\Uli! :+t JO'IIIH! ami Lake Liiftis Railway: ; :0.-19 t, ea.-t "
I containing forty 10 acres more or It'IIt'xl.t'pt (ZtI .. ,. .
test t DeLand Landlulith DrLaml and St. JohnsKilroAd '
at "
21. 15
fasted west
it seldom long, and the little pat on the back; where one or both j I five acres of the south part of said lot deeded by ; at liar 1'ruutb 15. S. O. C. and A. .. 2i-i 1-i acres on east chore with r..w. D1CId-

buffalo was usually the victim. The are men a hand shake is in order. And said Cleveland to the Atlantic CI.a..t St. Johi.s and Hallway; at Entfrpri-e with) A. C.. St J. A: I li.iUiiroad. ern-buit- house of 8 room now building, to L*
buffalo would charge the bear, the formula "Let Indian River Railway: Co. on the3rd day of Jar.n- fr litii"Mlie; at Sanford with tram* of ready for by December 1st Thishouse
upon beside me present occupancy
I ary A. I) 186. And also the wt'st half(W. 4) of late the S. F.! for at with the
Tampa: Tampa
which and lot for sale or to rent There are
awaited the onset of his foe erecton of the each of and and of i-eitiou 3-i, and nest half
etc., officiating party, I one two ((1 2)) steamer MAKOAULT: nt the Plant :te ui liip Line. 150 bearing cocoannt tree on tin place.
his haunches. As the buffalo dashed those introduced gives his name and his |: of' lot 42)> two quarter of section 34, all in township! for i'oiutson Tam p" nay and ;Manatee liner; also Also, a new cottage: of H room. beautifully ).

upon him the bear threw himself aside, address, with the formal, "YouroLe iel1tscr"ant I :1'or:.less south being of range the tame 41 east land, continuing deeded. to 07 acres raid more. OLIVE with the FTE and Plant MA-CoTTK: Stdiiiifhsp: for Lin Key steamships\Vet and situated attached on east aIde of lake sad &acrrscl
and with a blow as quick as lightning ," "At your orders," or some by Timothy C Gage on the 1. th day of Janu. ll \ani e"eryollthy: and Thursday, arriving atKey 21.-157 acres of land -n Key largo

with one of his fore law seldom failed such stereotyped phrase. By those who i I ary. _\. P., lf<6, and recorded in the office of the Best Tu-sJa> and Havana Wedtiesdiy .. 24.-10 on west rod. back of
to I j Clerk of the Circuit Court on the lab day of An- and Saturdar. I'.eturnim, leaves Havana
break hw antagonist's neck. A grizzly have suiTered from not hearing the name i gutt, A. D.. l!&;. i every Weduetxlay and Saturday. II the lake. wet shore.
l :5.-40 acres on
bear has been known to engage in quick of a stranger, mumbled or slurred over i J. E POWMAK.j i! :::6.-10'. '. t-ast and new cottage.These
Sheriff Urevan Ca4Jot C. HALE
succession four and even five big buffalo by his introducer, this custom will be j s &: WILLIAX, G-re-aIl'a'bt'uger Agent, DelJary Line are all bargains. .Come and see them, if

Julls, and to kill every one of them. It I seen to have its merits.-Cor. San Fran- I Plaintiffs i-olicitors. W. 31 DAVIDSON. possible; otherwise wishing write.Parties further information .. .)"estamp. ,

frequently happened however, that some cisco Chronicle. :March 7, h ;S. 41 -; i General Traffic Agent People's Line. CO 3tu:



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. WASHINGTON NEWS NOTES !i n a.snmtton and the Dawes bill fully explained :-j' Miss Eraddon is said to clear !:4.500: on each CARDS. _... .... -'
to than. Crow ---- --
Eagle intelligent
a young, of her novels. Her real name is Mrs. John ;

brave, was in favor of leaving !| Maxwell She lives at Richmond, near Lon- j \. GIXGRASi I<
iIT .
S. H.
THE WILL OF THE LATE W. W. CORCORAN without permission, and, should: his idea be j don, Eng: She is a middle aged woman who RAY M

.PROBATED. ; carried out, it will be impossible to stop ; delights; in outdoor exercise and i* especially AY-AT-LAW AND NOTARY PUBLIC, iv
them. ,' fond of horseback ri in;.

I Charger could not understood why they [ Rock Ledge, FI.)rida.J 1
f The Corcoran Art Gallery to Get 81OO.OOO. cannot at their He yATTORNEYATLAW----- 1
go thought
expense. THE LATEST IN JEWELS. Successor to J. C. Norwood and CoTITUSVILLE. .. &
: l'ror"8..or Lanjjuton Speaks in Behalf cf the action would cause bad feeling, but advised ': A. C"syt

I peace and to ask the department why Barbaric jewels Yer'much the fashion
the Klalr Educational Bill-Proceedings j are ;
I they cannot go. Agent :McChtsney would : this season, the more crude the more etfect- ;$
in the louse and Senate. > have the FLA.Oen'I
like to permission granted. The ive. .
WASHINGTON, MarchThe will of the Indians blame Agent :McLaughlin, of Standing Miami, Dade County, Florida.

late W. W. Corcoran was offered for proi i, Rock, who they claim advised Commis-t i One of the newest things is Russian jewelry Taxes for nonresident paid. Titles qa1.t
which had quite a boom in this city ;
bate at noon. The greater portion of the sioner Upshaw to keep them at home. The j J during the holiday season. !f examined and Abstracts furni-hed, having .tI

estate which i* valued at 13,000,000, is be- j settlers would gladly have them go, as it ; just completed an Abtract of the
e would assist in the passage of the bill Excitement !' Necklaces of many styles are now seen in '
queathed to his three grandchildren, George runs high. the hlC3.S 'S. These ornaments are nolonger Records of Dade County.TJ Iu
P. Louise M. and William C. Eustistoba ------
confined to the affairs --
costly gem sot ,
held in trust for them for ten years. !j A CL05 CALL !f but are fashionable in gold, silver and L. GAULDENi |

Several legacies of $4,000 and S5.COO are i| A Telephone Line-man' Experience at St. enamel I I ITitu.ville Merchandise
left to other relatives, and similar amounts Louis. Counted among decidedly expensive prac- ,

to various orphan asylums in the district. \ ST. Louis, Feb. .').-Robert Archibald, a tical objects, designed for man's use, are < Florida

The sum of $100,000 is left to the Corcoran I lineman of the Bell Telephone company, met miniature brushes with gold handles and tiny :' ---- _
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art gallery, the will stating that $1,500,000) i with a horrible fate Friday evening. It had pocket combs with gold tops, with which to JONES & WILLIAM, STORE. otfc.

had already been given to the institution; been raining all day and the lines were keep the bard in order. i

$50,000 to the Louise home, $500,000 having i: working badly. Archibald was sent out Quite new and very effective is tortoise ttol.l1eatl..a n'. I: .m
from the central station to prepare a line on shell jewelry set with diamond Brooches
already been devoted to it. :;
I Fifth and Pine streets, and had climbed halfway I cuff buttons and earrings are all represented i Titu.*ville, Florida. j Ifbi

Professor Langston's Plea. j up a sixty-five-foot pole when he received in designs; that follow more or less closely ,

WASHINGTON, March 3.-Professor John a shock from the heavily charged i i the patterns seen in gold and silver jewelry. GEO. M. ROBBINS, I .I proper to keep biII
of Virginia and ex-minister to wires and fell backward. He was caught by ;,
Langston, 1
There is little to be said that is the
bunch of wires andheld
a fast his head
addressed the house committee oa hang- i
: > subject of finger; riugs.; Small seal rings are ,
education this morning in support of the !|I ing downward. A large crowd gathered in 1 ; a

Blair educational bilL He drew a graphic [ a few minutes, but no one seemed to know much affected by men, who are also wearing : TITUSVILLE, FL.V. j I A First-Class Stock :
two or more rings on hand
as a set
how to the fellow down. gem
of in the declared get poor ; ------ --- Ia
picture illiteracy southland ring and a fancy ring in gold or and F7TvTKIJftON., :
that the old masters had for generations I Finally the truckmen of the So. 6 engine H ? j 1 i' b
maintained schools for white children but house were' notified, and responding {
i! propmtly with their Hayes extension truck There appears no diminution in the favor '
that there were none for the colored. JUSTICE OF THE PEACEFor -< -r- e
He met the objections made to the bill on they ran up the ladder to where the poor shown to bangles of all descriptions. Some T

the ground that government aid deterred lineman was hanging, but before relieving of the newer of these are formed of a single the Second Justice District of IJre- !J

state aid of schools, and said the government I him took the precaution to cut the wires' gold or silver wire ornamented with a pearl \"arount\ ; Court days, third Mondayof : F

assistance would stimulate the states to do !I with insulated shear, as the lines were all horseshoe, a diamond fox head or two little each month. fi

more for the schools than they had ever i i heavily charged through contact with crossing diamond birds. --- -- I

done. !i electric light wires. Archibald was unconscious As vet both the earrings and ear knobs incline : GEORGE. BONKER. GROCERIES i

The bill has been referred to a subcommittee : and his logs and right side were to be rather small in size. Often they' I! ,

composed of Messrs. Crain, Buckalew, frightfully burned. He was taken home in art a small stone set in a simple framework ': t

Cobb, Pennington, O'Donnell, Russell, White I an unconscious condition, and his recoveryis of bold; again they are a small cluster of fine !: Justice of the Peace and Surveyor !

and Candler. considered impossible. He is twenty-six gems,and yet again; they are a little gold i t Can furnish the highest testimonials fromSurvej'orGeueral I

years old, unmarried and was an experienced knot or a gold flower, fly or other diminutive ot Dakota as to competency
Congressional Proceedings.WASHINGTON lineman. object. : as U. S. DEPUTY sUUVEYOKof DRY GOODS \
March 3.-The house com- \ public lands. Terms t'orfleltt work platting 1
mittee on appropriations this morning i: A Great Yankee Sc: leme. There is no question: whatever about the and all land calculations, $:>. per day or any ,
HALIFAX Feb. 29.-A of Boston of the i ot a lav and paid. '
Mr. party popularity brooch in few York city. j part expenses
authorized Foran to report amendments f
to the pension appropriation bill, increasingthe I capitalists who propose building up a city By the term brooch is meant not only the \

amount for clerk hire at the agencies and summer resort near Port Mulgrave, on round and oblong pins to which the name COCKSHUTT. NOTIONS
the straits of Canso, have purchased five <1 was originally; attached, but all pins the T.JOHNSON ,
} from $1;0,000 to $1SOWO, and: the amount I!
for stationery and contingent expenses from miles of land for $30,000 cash. They have width of which is nearly or quite equal to the I

$12WO to $15,000. i also purchased a coal mice. As this port is length, such as au 's head with diamond Justice of the Peace,

j j the only certain winter port of Cape Breton, eyes, a crescent and star and the like. Some i
The committee also authorized )
a favorable j i i
t j And Notary State-at-Large.
to build Mens' Ladies' A;: t'hiltlreiis'
J they hope up a large city. The company of the new brooches are made with small
the Henderson resolution
of report the attorney on general as to what inquiring part of ;f is trying, it is said, to have the Atlantic pendants attached, and are used for the I day Saturday of month. LaGrange-- -\,
terminus of the railway system of Canada threefold purpose of neck pin pendant and j
the appropriations made for judicial expenses j TD B. DURCIIFIELD,
located there and have all
steamers hair oruameut.
had been in I .
expended making arrest
call there. The will tha sE.IQ: Es.CLOTHING
I j company apply to
of illicit distillers.A .
favorable report has been ordered by present legislature for incorporation. LIGHT AND AIRY. :I: COUNTY SURVEYOR.Orders .
I '
a the house committee on coinage weights and :I i,I
o rne extern talon Sued. **-
Sir. Blizzard from the northwest, by mail will receive a prompt
measures on the bill providing that the PHILADELPHIA, March ,;.-A cipher telegraphic -
From the land of the Dakotas attention calls in
a= n.
holder of of the sihr coins peroo
of the
any dispatch uiUiuterpreted it is
as From the land of the Missouri.
United States, of smaller denominations than claimed, by a telegraph operator, has caused From the wild and howling prairies. !! Addre:,- : Georgiana, Fla.
dollar which have become de- -- --- ------ ---- -- -
one worn, the financial embarrassment of Frank J. Where the snow is piled like mountains I

faced, punched clipped or otherwise mutil- I Primrose, a wool merchant of Front and And the likes are frozen solid I F. GRAY.

ated, may, on presentation of the same in Arch street:, who has sued the Western I Now and then come strolling southward I. :ErA TS

sums of the nominal value of $i, or any mul- Union Telegraph for $100,000. I Conies across the Mississippi ,
company Watch Maker and Jeweller.
tiple thereof, at the office of the treasurer or Makes a bee line for Chicago, -'

any assistant treasurer of the United States, I J'liiI'ire l:l'C-"l" :. Then Paralyzes he scoots all he for finds Indiana-there; "_.. I ': ALL WORE WAUHAXTEU.

receive amount of subsi I! Cold :at T. A.-i., h.d: "o -
an new or unworn a : tire Thurs-
I i Mr. Blizzard of the northwest- J: i I J'jlm! V.: Dinar*. Drug Store Titusvillc, 1'la
diary silver coins equal to the coinage; valuein ;1 day. I Scouts across the Hoosier counties, ./.:. :01 ,
subsidiary silver coin of the mitilated Aflroo.iN vraat>tr i '" !.-,;, destroyed Filling all the air with snowflakes, -- l ... A."LKII3IANN.AValiiuu'toii. .

coins, by weight, so presented.It ;M f '. tuna .I' Frvezins;: every ear: he touches P a t en t S. II. (:.
is the general impression at the senate BuiT.u" h.t.. ., -::.'>./w Ii.,. r. I Till 11(' strikes our Cincinnati- I Send for Circular.

that the Canadian fisheries treaty will go A panic oc el"r.d--li a J Jewish synagogue I Strikes her hard and strides her often. I : O N T 1 1.--N'capitalrquired.-A ,

until the next session without final I Warsaw I Says the town is to his liking '@ to make Ahldt for ter
over j cause; by an a.arui of t re. Four $3 50U lumsey
And he'd hke make visit.
to a At ouce. li. S. L.mderba M Co..
action. Senators who friendly I'
are the I women W I'killed and sixteen other* seriously I So he blusters up our thoroughfares --- S. J.
administration are understood to have notified !
; injun-d Whistles shrilly down our:alleys f; (Jent's Fiiriiishiii (J noels
I :! ,
the president and secretary of state that I j Neither r upland, Austria nor Italy sup- And he has no kind of manners. I >. ,'i3 a tk and
to press the matter to a vote now, would be ported th-- ,j.x po>al: subuiutod to the porte For he goes where he's not wanted I AGENTSmVAXTEI,..., 'aid. Sst,.aily work

to invite its rejection. A willingness has Saturday "j. M. Neiii:_:?. t..-. iiuiai, arnbas- Pushes into private places ,i HILL oolh.\: (.'o..S-tmpli'H Angu U.frt-f M.un J .F

been intimated on both sides of the chamber sador. '.t, -uni-; .- .A. ,.'.; t M. Neli- Pinching; ears and slapping faces, I, --- .\I.. OCROCKERY

to allow the treaty to await action until I dots pn-v. '' ., t.i. ... t 1,1 r--; the Bul- Blowing skirts with impoliteness, __ -.-
after the presidential campaign and election I gariaa PI"l' .-..- Takiu Ulerties unheard of _J -, i. '
...... ; D >es this saucy Mr. Blizzard.
have served to make clear tha popular feeliiig
I He !'ohculJ ;o back to the northwest, I BaT8 Ton Cough Bronrhltin. Asthma Indigestion Use
ou the subject issue.
j To the 1-ud of the Dakota, Laj cured many ol tuewuratcasesandbthebest remedy ,
Senator Sherman has reported from the { All the Reading collieries are in operation, To the land of the Missouri, I for all affections of the throat and longs, and dtseaseaftrinn ,

foreign relations committee a resolution authorizing and trains on the Heading; road are moving We don't like him and don't want Lira, and tack?from:,struggling Impure against blood and disease exhaustion.,and slowly The drifting feeble
the president to negotiate a treaty I without detention. And request him to skedaddle. to the praTe,will ia many canes recover their health by
the timely nse of Parker's Ginjrer Tonic,but delay Is dan-
! with the emperor of China to terminate all i Workers in the ConueLsville coke regions Cincinnati Times-Star. gerous. Take; It in time. It is inTalaable for all pains
agreements by which Chinbe immigration : have been notified of a reduction in wages, ; -and disorders of stomach and bowels. yruggt u. ,

into the United States is permitted. I to take effect March 1. j The Verdict Luanimous.V. .

The senate passed the bill providing; for a I The miners' strike in the region of Ilazle- : \ D. Suit, DruggNt, Bippus, Ind., CURE Flll THE DEAFPECK'

National art commission to pass upon works ton, Pa., is broken, and the men are return- : testifies: "I can recommend Electric Bit- PATENT IMPROVE!' tT'HIO: >El:: EAR AND

of art to be purchased by the government. II ing to work ters as the very best remedy. Every bot- DRUMS. PJJtFECn.YRESlOKE THE HELXRINO,
The senate passed the bill for compulsory Striking engineers at McCook, Xab., created tle old has given relief in cage.One no matter whether deafiieis can.M by colds. fryers -
every .
or injuries to the natural drum* Always 111poition.
Indian education anl resumed debate on the a coasid.-ra.ble disturbs icy, ant the ;
I man took s-ix bottles, and was"cured but mumble to others laud < inlomUe to
f l dependent pension bilLItrgulutinff leaders wsiv arrested au.I hound uver.Tii. ,| of Rheumatism of 10 standing." wear" Mn.lo. ,'.m\'r".atilln. exenln years
umpire 1:1 tb. I'ntsburg tub! works j j We rrtVr to those iiiiiJt: them. Send Ship Chandlery Goods.I
the Telegraph. I arbitration hat doivi*! in it th-r- shall lw noreductiou I!'| Abraham Hare, druggist, Bellville, Ohio, for illustrated hook of proof t'rt'Mr.II" .

WASHINGTON, March 3.-1'he senate in v.. t.;..,. l'jf a.1 .;il.J,1 ait'ects i' affirms: : The best selling medicine I have F. III>COX, SiJUnadway, New York.LIEB1G .

s on postofflces and post; roads comI'mittoo about six taittaii .H'J. 1:- i pij>o i' ever handled in my 20 years' experience, I I
other meeting ou Mr. Spooner's bill "to reg- "_. j is Electric Bitters." Thousands of others COMPANY'S EXTKACT i

vlate commerce carried on by telegraph.1* i I have added their testimony that the I
OF MEAT. Finest at d Cheapest Meat Favouring; i
.large number of amendments have been DAUGHTERS OF EVE. verdict is unanimous that Electric Bitters Mock for S' ni+. Md.? Insht-rt, aLl >auct'sn- I I

made to the bill as it was originally framed, : (, do cure all diseases of the Liver, niul sale 8..f )1I1)>. I I i will be the main features of my

and another meeting of the committee will There are forty-five female lawyers in the i Kidneys or Blood. Only half dollar a LIEHIG COMPANY'S EXTUACT: I
be held on Saturday next for its further consideration Unite States. i I:
I bottle at all Drug Stores in Titusville, businessTut orders sent me for anything -
OFMrAT.: An invaluable
i and Senator S&wyersaid that one : I tonic "Jo a sucwn I
The street: car drivers at Guayaquil, Ecua- and on Indian River. and a tcxni fir wbu-h uatioi.s should| feel grate
of the principal amendments made to the
dor, are wom.'n. ful"-see :Vediodl Press." Lancet \i- kept in any store in Titu
bill was that to exempt news associationsfrom
regulation rates, which shall from time I: Lady Burlor is illustrating her husband's 1' Give Them A Chance I i iI GENUINE with Blue Signature villewill be promptly filled.

to time be fixed. In other word, said he forthcom n.; book. Her ladyship has been That is to ay, your lungs.; Alsu all 1 OF \UvjN La: ="; M t.Al'-*jmilt" across label
makiu. sketches from life in old Ireland. 1 1Jin. .
the restrictions in the bill as to rate discrim-I ,; 1: breathing lllal"hincnYery H.>:lily recoiun.t-u. i?> a night-ap instead of I
your wonderful .
inations are not to apply to either the United. : .. Don M. Dickinson has made a good j machinery it is. Not the larger; !j a.cohoho dttks.LIEBIG I
or Associated Press, and telegraph companies I impression in Washington. She is considered C03LPAN Y'S EXTKACTOF
; :air-pi>sa" ::e<" but the thousands ot little ,
are to be free to make special or exclusive I hacdsoino, and the women call her tyh h." tube and cavities leading irom them. \U\r. T<> l h.. hl .fall storekeepers Grocers
arrangements for carring the news of such I i ant Chtllil.t""I agents for the United :
associations. i! A sister of Aloiandre Dumas, the elder, has When these are clogged! : and choked i States AUi'itsai!*. otlj] C Ia\id Jt i'o., I) Feu- Win buy Fruits Eggs Chickens

Representative Yanderer, of California, :, just diem at Avellms, France, at the age: of : with matter which ouht not to be there i churcuAveuue. LOU ulI. EugUud. ,

said that the prospects for the passage of a j I 80 years. She had been for more than fifty j your lung cannot halt do their work.I WANTED ta; Canvrtssfor Adrer-

postal telegraph bill were most encouraging."If ( years a Sister of Charity.: And what they
we don pet a postal telegraph this session Her gracious majesty of England; has a Call it coid.:cou;.:h. croup pneumonia. work dowith t.ict and iutelli.--. nee nay producesnnider.b.eiitems. I I Or ::iJlCountry Produce my

," said Mr. Vande-ver, "we are sure to mania for getting@ her iK rtrait taken. Her catarrh, consumption: or any of the family e : dalarss n ctucbsionsi AgeutaesrusseerulMandl !,nsingle season I i or friend* may bring
get one next year. I believe the sentimentof | last tad iu this way was to have their royal of throat and noeand" head and luni: ant incur no personal responsibility. Enquire i

the country is ia favor of the proposi- \ hi 1mC3:> 'S token in tableaux vivant.-: obstructions bad. _\llouht at the nearest n wsp4ferol5'e and i"am tn at ours to market.
i arc : to U the beat known and beat equii-.rd e..a.t'l1.11.
tion. I I.M' All gall.: Itora ia Home last New Year's 1! be rid : There ..
j: : got at i is aunt one sure1vsty ra!r.tf5r placing a-Jv-rti iaeuts iu
v..i in- _.....,-1 I-.- 'iii.To ., h Ix-onie and conveying to dTerti rs the formation
:-'N1:1":: Come .\:'itV.V & I! day > t : : to get rid e.f them. Thu: i* to take ;, ., .
I ..' .... which they require in order to cake ti. ir
:uSaru:., ilirch 3.-The uent:\nJ forpapK'.r. !;, tbs .par.'s. i':rut.see.. jive a savings iJosehee'jiermu: :--ra:. :". which: any: :.ts w.jaly aid profitably. :Men:
"- ..'..- c.; o..JJ ' '.i>. for 1 pct... ; _..'.-v. ... v.iui..iril.: an entry: of ltX .ii-u_:.:i i..t trill! >ell! .v>" :.: 7.:, cents a bot- dress, cr won n, if well informal end prsetiea!, i
I I f..M ..oYo,, may .I tin authority tJsoUcitadv?ttwi i?!'_' i,atr m> i
u ,? u l.: =-1 ;, tEn'lI! if
> : u..C'.l.: SI :.sacral oMTythin.: else has failed :
: nieJjrui. Appiy by leUr t> (;Eo.I'.l:.
thai .-,..i..iitte.) ou".1 currency --- ;_.**...s of Erin will take all Catter- you you may depend upon tins for cer- t Co.N"owspaperAdvrr-uTgE-ire..n, USt. Spruce:WELL j I ak:: for a share of the public I'atron'
: .
will bill in h! nude the with .,New Yorkand lull parucular v.i.l teseent
report a directing the isueof :; sji.- a by gallant sex tain. : j not a
$; ),WJuM in shiaplastew ia Err, ton, rnverri g sins salt, for an English; hang- by return raaiL --- ------- age, and come as a supplicant,

fifteen, t"' nty-i 0'6 aaJ fifty teat doaoriiua- :iun has kiss cd the Blarney stone and tho A Home Indorsement.Mr. NOTICE.All dictator, asking for your favors.If .

lions. charm has lle>l. >;. II. Frohlicb,tein, of Mobile,

,., ilr ":: lone celebrated her 70th birthday yer The Mill Bill I'K """ the *.Mi<*tr.WASHINGTON > a Ala., write : "I take great pleasure in courteous ,
Otto \Volff late ot retanl
County. Florida deseard
March i>.-At ;>.';./ ilie house'1)lS. ne';:::ly, teing a little more than I recommending Dr. King's XeDi co\- are her-by rtquired to present them properly i

', the Mills bill, authorizing the secretary -,, two )"C-:' her Lusband's junior Their marriage cry for Consumption, having used it for authenticated without delay to Hon MinorS good and low figures *

of the treasury to urehnitl' took place oa July U5,1S31\: that thecelebration a s-evere attack of bronchitis and catarrh. Jones. County Judge: of Mid: county, or this notice i for
will candidate
be bar. the
I pleaded in And all
States bonds with the of their golden wedding looms in persons owing
surpll'enu I IIt.UI1'I" I, the future. It gave me instant relief and entirely'cured i j i I said estate are requested to stttle with aJ CountyI
near and I have not been afflicted I Judce.j favor
me I public ,
ru'' "vuvV. j '
i i I I This :.;th day of February 1-&S.
ii since. I also beg to state that I have j, CUARLES WOLFF,
They Want to tJo Washington and Have 'i I i I WELL KNOWN WOMEN NOVELISTS. tried other remedies with no good result. :J 1 I 4>fct AInTr. with Will Annexed then I'm
i the Datvra Bill Explained to Them. Have also used Electric Bitters and Dr. i j' i'!

J>UmRE. Dak., Feb. 2t.-The Indians held I i "Ouida," who is CO years of age; wears Kinds New Life Pills, lath l of which I \OTICE.: r elected.Yours .

a pow-wow again yesterday, on the Cheynne i j i her yellow hair flying loose, and light; colored can recommend. ." AU persona concerned are hereby notified that. !
decolletti dresses. She is
engaged on '
agency, runners were dispatched to every i\ n newnovel. Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption i,; six weeks after date, I will apply to lion. Minor S. ,
anxious to please
lodge to tell of the White Father's refusal. iJ || coughs and colds is sold on a i ii Jone" County Judge of Urevard County, Florida, ,
for letters of administration, tie tens
| Miss Evans Wilson of Mobile is non, of the
Augusta ,
J Chiefs Crow Eagle, White Swan, Charger, i positive guarantee. Trial bottles free at estate of Mills O. BjrnL-w. late of said county
enthusiastic lover of geraniums and her
Hump and Spotted Eagle, are determinedthat Ii II collection is pronounced by botanists to bo j' all drug stores in Titusville and on Indian deceased.This_?th of February- :'*. s. :a::. E.ay.

their rwjople bh&U be re rematei ia tho most complete in the world. River. 4)6t C. H NAUM\K.


THE FIFTIETH CONGRESS.roeeedinge SHERIFF'S SALE. I lud&n & Bates' Souihein Music House.

of the Legislature for the Under and by virtue of an execution EXCELSIOR ORANGE FOOD

? Forty-Fifth Day. Issued out of the circuit court for the
senate executive communications !seventh judicial circuit of Florida, in andfor
In the Brevard, in a certain cause therein i
presented and referred. Resolutionswere A NEW FERTILIZERPrepared
were to, calling for information as to depending. wherein Theo. P. Jenkins is i I, :...

expenditures agreed of employes etc., of the fish plaintiff, and S. Ryder is defendant. I I especially for the Orange and containing the several element necosary f

file r.s1on. A resolution was offered have levied upon and will sell at public I Ii i to sustain plant life viz : !
cornrn outcry to the highest and best bidder for i.i:
the secretary of the interior to I (
authorizing ACID CALCIUM
all public documents now in committee ash, in front of the court house door, in ,i I Iii(

distribute rooms and about the library not re- the town of'ritusvillecounty Brevard. o o 'I I Fertilizer has been produced after years of study by PKOF. O. DEG. BEKTOLA,

After executive session the senate and State of Florida on the first Monday The Great trholewnle Piano and Organ as being far superior to any high grade fertilizer on the market, and it w sold .i\.

JijounvedatSiSOp.quired. m. In November, (the same being the 7th Depot ottbc South. The Heat Place to buy at about one-third less in price. It is made in two grades. Xo. 1 is a preventive -
The Cheapest rlactto buy; The Safest
In the bouse the direct tax bill was reporte.1 day thereof.) A. D. 1837. between the Place to buy. .\ .Magnificent Record Over of root rot, and also destroys white ants and wood lice.

and referred to the committee of the legal;: hours of sale, the following described 4O.OOO Piano> unit Organ placed in Southern Xo. 2 does not contain this specific.For te

whole. A joint resolution was reported real estate described as follows : Homes! educe IStU.SAVAXKAH. prices and further information, address,

proposing a constitutional amendment prohibiting Being u portion of lot three (3) ot section GA-, Nov. 1st, 1S87. O. DcG. BER'l"OL.Cnt rpr1se, Fla.

poligamy. At f> p. m. the house ad- three (3) of township twenty-five, Room for the procession. It's a long I 7 or JAS. McCOMB, JR., Titusville, Fla.
journed. (25) south of range tnirty-six: (36) east one. It's head in Macon, and rear in

Forty-Sixth and also a porthm of northeast quarter of Savannah. 200 miles of wagons containing I e-: wNa

Day. lie southeast quarter of section four (4). 40,000 Pianos and Organs sold by L. & B. o I
In the senate bills were reported and aid
and in
introduced. Bills were passed to township range the countyof 8. )1. II. since 1870. I ] lie, r'lrn'lhousandTrial C M R tTWl-\TOid the imposition pretentiouj reroe
others pur- Brevard. Florida to-wit The northeast Th
: I }> katjM mailed to pa- din forthe.etmubleaand all Qqack.1.
chase a building for the signal office in Washington corner of said lot of land i is locatedat Are we in(earnest Certainly. We are a large hou.ce,. .'. "Lofwhomtookafalltreat whose. Take only aim ie to bleed their Tlotimi. >
AA1 | a SURE RrMKDT that
trade. We wU Pianos and Organs \
; to provide for an international a point on the west bank of Indian We all Southern do a large States. We have Sou Agencies and the I men t"nd were restored health by use of Ct'RID thonandj,do t not interftr*

marine conference for securing greater River, five hundred and thirty (530 feet above etatement is not in.the leapt exaggerated. HARRIS'P R 0 F. SEMIHAl PASTILLES. .. Y orlneo sea attention** niene to biuiotM;iBanywty.,or C Founded UM pain

safety for life and property at sea, and to extend south of the quarter section line, dividing - A l' dicaICnreor Ntn-oaaD bility.OreanioLvlr.ii FOR r on icientiflc medical prindple .Bydlr ctttplieuioo 1s
the laws of the United States over "Nofan' How have we ever built up such an I Weakn"R r\1d? TocaTin \'lunJtorMld.; to the feit of diieue iu ippeifle
lots two (2) and three of section 1 influence it felt without delay. Tht natural
) ((3) dte AeedMen. Tested for Eight Years in many -
immense trade? By enterprise progressivebusiness .
} Land. The cable electric railroad three ((3), and the southeast quarter of tnon.un-lcasoi: tupy absolutely restore prematurely function!of the human orjtmniim rcMorad. dewaatedtairnatinqelenieaUOflihaxti.ebarkthe tt
methods and dealing. Wemake art.l and broken down to the full enjoJt'l@utof patient
the square
senate at 4:45
passed m. becomei cheerful
hill was p. the northeast quarter and the northeast friends. W work perfect nnd f-jll Manly StrenethandVigorous Health and D rtalaabothenvatthaad exit!
adjourned.In quarter of the southeast quarter of section our patrons our e Tothose who rc.Jp? fr ta tho mnny obscure di :asc8nrou TBEATMENT.-faa XatX Ira X;&.U. line, W
for them take them into partnership, as it <;litanwt l>y -ittrti'ja.IIxnomireOver-Brain
the absence
in of the
the house speaker, four ((4)). said township and range ; "".ork.<<>rtoo f e J"ijt"nrf9.we a..k that yousend u.I *
)fr. Cox, of New York, was unanimously were, divide profits and actually give them I your nnmoeithsta'erw!t of your troubln,and secure HARRIS REMEDY CO., HPQ CHOIOTS, fi
thence west across said lot three ((3)), than their money's vorth. TRIAL i>.\('1\:"(tU FIFE.: witb at'dPamnhletda soeu y.Tent $ et.BTLOVI13DtQEsttttl.
tem. A resolution more
elected speaker pro was
thence west to the quarter section line --
offered requesting the president to furnish dividing the northeast quarter of the Our Large Capital our Spot Cash, our lifetimeeipcr I ,.. i
shrewdness as buyers,ourcholf heft, ."
all correspondence relating to disputed : nee our ..
between the British colonies southeast quarter from the northwest in I used in ureuriity bargnieaandthen we M ourfrienU i .. $ !
boundary and quarter of the southeast quarter of said in on the ground floor. That's a way WO have. '

Venezuela. Bills will be reported for the section four ((4)), thence south to the \
Winter I
Fall and Bargains
erection of public buildings at Akron, Zanes- northwest corner of A. L. and E. F. 6 \

ville, Hamilton and Youngstown, Ohio, and latch's s purchase in said section, thence Summer Clo other Bills crowded with Superb New Instrument 1
seventeen places. were passedfor
east along the north line of said purchaseof Immense purchase direct from Factories ,
public buildings at Lowell, Mass.; Birmingham A. L. and E. F. Hatch. to the west Greater Har 'alng than ever, for Fall and I Ii i
Ala.; Allentown and Lancaster, Winter, 1887-SS. II
bank of Indian River, said line being II I
and for the of the build- '
pa., enlargement four hundred and eighteen ((41S) feet from Not reduced prices anti poorer instru- I This represents healthy Ufa. Just! such a life as they enjoy
ing at Charl stown, W. Va. Mr. Bland, of Throughout Its various scenes. Who use the smith's: Bale Bean?. i
the line lot three from lot and brlter
dividing ((3) ments, but the same low prices
to fillibust at 5 I
Missouri, attempting r p. m. four(4) of said section three (3)), and the I instruments. Greater viltc for the money. Smith's BILE DEANS purity the blood by acting ii
the house adjourned. northeast of southeast this directly ana he Liver, SMn and KidThe \ Photograph i
quarter quart'r.from Of our lowest-priced Instruments H neys. They consist of a vegetable combination that panel eize. of this picture I
Forty-Seventh Day. the southeast quarter of the south- specially true. They are vastly improved has no equal In medical science* They cure Constipation vent on receipt of lOc. la t

In the senate petitions were presented and east quarter of said section four ((4)), and we are proud of them. Hani to.I( critc malaria and Dyspepsia, and are a safeguard aD31LF BEA1Ytl.

bills reported. A resolution was adopted re- thence northerly along said river to such bargains on paper, but we'll try.OITR against and llrizht't all forms, disease.! of fevers Send chills 4 cents and postage fever, trail for a stones sample -, St. Louts. 110-

questing the president to inform the senate place of beginning. Reserving and excepting --- ---- -- package and test the TRUTH of what we sav. Price, 25 cents per bottle .i

whether the French government has prohibited from the above that parcel of the of American and sold and wife to \roliabl !'truinenteveryway. J. :z*'. GUIZXTZX eb co. rjioruiEToiits ST :IaOVZ9. DSO.
importation products, by Stephen Ryder tone full *years'(roarant v. -:'in ;
ontnt: I'lith stool,embroidered __________ ___ ____ -- n'C
and what correspondence took place on the II. C. lay by deed, bearing date April coverlargeinstructormueie bunk,an freightezid.: -

subject prior to the president's message recommending 30, 18S7, and recorded in Book K of Bre S225 PIaNO.-Ik-aut:fulParlort'pright. NOTICE. I Master's Sale.
the acceptance of the invitationto vard Deeds on 20 containing OI'R nze. Ilich rosewood case. Latest style
page ; Qneen Anne tnwse A favorite stj'Ic. Thousands LAND OFFICE Gainesville, Fla., \ "
the Paris exposition of 1SSO. The Nica- twenty-two ((22)) acres, more or less. eold.! Outfit corni'lete.OUU February 6, 1SSS. J Notice i is hereby given that, under and

ragua canal incorporation bill was consid- Dated this 21st day of September. 855 OttCSAN.-Two sets IV -d*. Five that the follow- I by virtue of a final decree of wile and foreclosure -
Elcfrant walnut cane. Extended '.lamp Notice is hereby given i
ered until 2 m. The senate then took A. D. 1SS7. .John
p. up Ftanrt.miisic rack ornamental mnt-led with settler has filed notice of his rendered by the Honorable
the dependent pension bill Mr. Manderson stool instructor music book, and alOUU fl'}lat.,. ing-named D. Broome Judge of theCireuit Court for
in I ,
E. II. COVAR Sheriff make final proof support
advocated its pa..clsage.1r.. Turpie also S(;> OlU\X.-'Four sets Ke sup- of Brevard county, Fla. Ufiutiful cas. A most d.oir. onus claim and that said proof will be ''I the Seventh Judicial Circuit of the State
ported the measure. After a short executive J. AlJClIIBALD able Parlor Organ. Comivtitiou thal1c: '\'ll. made before A. A. Stewart. Clerk Circuit of Florida, on February 17, 1888, in a certain -
session, the senate, at 3:55 adjourned.In Rare /arwn., r-erv r>ne. Thousand of each 'Tues-I cause in chancery therein pending in
Fla. !
Titusville on
Plaintiff's Attorney. 22-5w than Court at ,
and invariably more pleased.
the house executive communications were told buyers Brevard
the Circuit Court for and
March 27th. 1SS8. viz : Hans i county
presented and bills were passed. A petition The above, sale is postponed until the An Immense Stock from World's Best day Svenkernd, Palm Beach. D. S. 2123 for | for the circuit aforesaid, wherein EllenNevins

was presented for the passage of letter carrier first Monday in December, the same be- Makers, to suit all tastes and purses. Over the east half of north-west quarter and i, and Thomas F. Nevins, her husband

bill and postal clerk to increase bills now the pending. for A ing the 5th day thereof, at the same place 300 different styles to chocsu from.PIANOS.rhickcrinc east half of south-east quarter of Sec. 33. | are complainants, and Samuel J.
was reported pension and hour. J. E. BOWMAN Sheriff Frost adult and Lucy Frost Jennette
deafness The private calendar was taken .1a-oii tV llnmlin, Township 41 South. Range 43 east. ,
The McDuffie-Davidson contested election 31athu hek,Bent, Arlon, SUM to S iOOO. He names the following witnesses to ,I Frost, Robert Frost, and Arthur Frost: infants -
up. The above !sale is postponed until the ORA'SUnion: & llnmlin, Packard continuous residence upon and I and Samuel 11. Kay, their guardianad

I case in for Alabama its consideration was reported and notice first Monday in January, 1SSS. the same Bay State, S2 i to S7oO. culivation prove of said land, viz : E. J. Con- litein, are defendants, I, as Master in
on Monday
I week. March 15 was set apart for busines. being the 2nd day thereof at the same Easiest Terms ever heard of. From $3 radson, E. Peterson A. M. Field, and II.' Chancery, will sell for cash, to the highest

of the private land claims committee. Au place and hour. to $10, paid monthly, will secure an Field, all of I.ake"orth.. Fla. i i bidder, on Monday, April the second, 18S8.

adverse report was made on the bills for the J. E. BOWMAN. Elegant Instrument.; 42 S. C. TUCKER. Register. : the same being the first Monday in the

admission of north and south Dakota as Sheriff. -- I month, in front of the Court-house door in

separate states. At 5:10 p. m. the house ad- The above sale is postponed until the first MOD.d Ono plain price figures to all on each That's in'tl"tln'ntnd our way. rricra no deviationmade markedin :Administrator Guardian' ,,I Titusville, Brevard county, Florida, between
y in Jebruary, 1S>S the same Leing the ';-th lay to any. We chary no ji-.ore. take no le8. Notice. the legal hours of sale, all the following -
journed. thereof,at the same plare anti h-mr. This square way ensures to till the lowest rricSo {'!\. wit
described real
estate to :
all whom it
To concern.
J. E. ow\us. Sheriff. may
Forty-Eighth Day. easy to buy from us. Everything in plain All that lot, tract or parcel of land situate -
In the senate a number of petitions were The above sale i is postponed until the print and exactly as represented Full information Take Notice, that six month's after date ,, lying and being in the county of Bre
presented and bills reported and introduced.The given in circulars. Letters carefully answer I will to the Honorable Minor j; t
first Monday in March, 1888, the same ed. Parties liven 7 a thousand miles off can buy apply yard and State of Florida, and forming a #
Nicaragua canal bill was taken up and being the 5th day thereof, at the same Just as well as if i'i Savannah. Threefourthsof S. Jones, County Judge of Brcvard County,I part of lmllnt two of !section twentyeven -

passed- 8 to 15. The dependent pension place and hour. our entire trade is done by correspondence. Florida, for my final discharge from my |i ,township 24, south of range :30 east, II\*-
bill taken An amendment of the of Sarah i
was up. was J. I:. BOWMAN, Sheriff. REifEJfBER lowest prices; Fatifxt t'rm: administratorship estate j ing described by metes and bounds: as fol-
agreed to extending its provisions "to those Fee? instruments; Fate ttoot and cwrrt'l; F. "'oolffdc'ca1'el, and from lily" guardianship !I lows
who are without, other adequate means of The above sale is postponed until the: freight paid; 1 S day trial f Six years' ?rod .' of William Woolh"; late an infant, : Ixnintlary
Square dealing: One price only; JlonejirarldtwatLUDDEN&BA'TES; Beginning at a point on the east -
self-support. Several minor amendments firfet; Monday in April, 1888, the same but now of full art'. t of section 27, township 24, south of

were proposed without action, and after a being the 2nd day thereof, at the same; Dated this 2nd day of February. n.1 range 150: east and 334 feet north of the half
short executive session the senate at 5:20p.
: and hour. isss. !
place SOUTHERN MUSIC HOUSE. SAVANNAh, GA. mile host, thence making with said section
m. adjourned.An JAMES M. P. POOL I
J. E. BOWMAN Sheriff. ,
and 2.S minutes
line angle of 7 S degrees
adverse report was made on the resolution ".a -= .....,-. Administrator of the estate of Sarah F.I I an
south 78 and 28 minutes west
run degrees ,
directing the committee on invalid pensions Woolll') deceased, and guardian of j I
meridian Indian River thence
(true ), to ,
to inquire into the circumstances attending minor.
of the hundred If so. send for DOG IIUYERS/ William : a I ISOTICE. northerly along said river to a i*>lnt two
the issue "one- day
circular" by the commissioner of pensions. HOWELL TITUS.I GG'1HE.1OO enjmi.Yins containing of different colored breeds pla bundled and eight and a half feet ((208J),

The resolution was laid on the table, yeas z prices they are worth,and where to l from the line first run and inline {>erpenditular -

119; nays IKL Under the call of St:1tbilJi I 1 bay them Directions for TralniniDogeandBreedingFerret... Mailed I t State of Florida, ). in Justice's Court. '. therefrom; thence north 7:S degrees

introduced. County of IJrevanl. and 28 minutes east (true meridian),
were District business: was for 15 Cents. Also Cuts of Dog
taken u;). A testimonial to the memory Furnishing Hoods of all kinds. To Hannali M. Gas:,er. to the cast 1 boundary of the section, and

of 1Il.'. Corcoran was spread upon Pool & Billiard Room I t .s You are hereby notified that a writ of thence !south along said lioundary line to

the journal, and at 5:30 p. m. the house ac i attachment has been issued against you the place of beginning, containing; five ("i)

journed. Then send for. Practical POUIvTUV and ;your property attached to satisfythe acres, more or less. And nUoall that other
llUUli. loopnges; beautiful -
MAIN STREET, colored plate engravings t demand of I). L. Gauldcn.amountingto tract of land in the county and State aforesaid -
Forty-Math Day. ot nearly all kinds of fowls; descriptions 82.1.; Now unless: you shall known the northeast (N.
a> quarter
.I of the breeds; bow to caponize; :# rplena
In the senate, among the bills reported was for poultry hoasee' Information appear before the Hon. Minor S. .lone*. E. 1 1)) of section twenty-six ((2<;), in lown-
on of Mr. Sherman providing for the investment TITUSVILLE, FLA. : about tncutere,and w f rero to buy : Court and ex-ollicio
the south
: Lggu from bes stock at 1.6U Judire. of County 1'hip twenty-four ((2t range thirtysix -
of the National bank redemption fum I per Kittiux. Dint for 15 Cents. Justice of the Peace for said county at (:oGt', east of Tallahassee meridian, containing -

A bill was introduce by Mr. Sherman, 1/t .1 hi* llH ce. at Titusville. on the 21th day : one hundred and sixty ( lt;/)) acres.

authorizing the issue of circulating notes to Sole Agent in this MTtion for Ihtowx's I ( ot April, A. I>. 1SSS, at 10 o'clock in Excepting; ; however, from the foregoing onehundred
National hanks to the par value of loads: old If M,yon need the BOOK OF CA C E the forenoon judgment will be rendered and sixty acre piece a plot of fi"cl.rl'S
(; EXi Toxic-:\ Delightful exhilarating
deposit**! tht'rt"for.Ir.. 1'ivldock address ed 'IX UI1CU 1 O {' jN. 16O Illutrntioni. -*- sold
BeMtufoT colored Plate. against you and your property : the property Alfred K. Kalir,
1 leverage. Ahaon draught. ( ) :\ ,
the senate tho of inefficient } I .
on postsservice.
l Treatment aria breeding of all kinds Cage to the debt. described follows Begining in the N.
birds for pletunro and profit. D isesnee pay as :
A senate bill was tossed for a 'fryit.
i and their cora how to build and stock jf. Dated this 22nd! day of February.. H. \\". \ of the N. E \ of section twenty-six:
41M.OOO public building at New Orleans an An&l'J. AH about Parrots Prices
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1- ud -
Several bills them all kinds birds, ezges etc. Mailed for 1SSS. ((20)), township 21, south of m east; commencing -
were passed among Over 6.OOO.OOO PEOPLE USE 15 Cent; The Throe Boots,40 (.;LIh I 21 1). T.. (;AULIEN,1'laintitl: one acre east:: of the northwest
the honk" bill for a brid
to the president's of the dependent country projierty.petition bill Consideration wasresumed P\.1\Y""EED5 i j 237 South ASSOCIATED tighth Street FANCIERS,Philadelphia,,Pa. ". -THE'SLOOr'-- AGHES7rcommanded corner acre l'3-t of ,said thence fplarterl..tion four and ,one-half running(one})

After considerable discussion the {''J ...,}oidMmittaaddRtoobethhee -. -Q i acres south; thence three-quarters ((1i of an

!iIona.t'ut; into executive session, and at 5 I. Laraeat 8eedamerIn \ I by acre west; thence two acres south, thence

p. m. adjourned. the wortd. Geo. E. Chase, CAI'1'.1lN.iOIIN McLEAN, one-quarter l\\ ) of an acre west, thencenorth

In the house: A number of bills were reported. D.Df.FERAY.dcCO'8J IU..tnt", DNert,. Makes I regular; trips on Indian River.SHE I to place of IIl'ginni1g"tlt1t:1inin five

A resolution t calling on the public u..u4 Prift4 ((3)) acre

printer to explain the delay' in printing the ) SEEDANNUAL Chandler CAUUIES AFCLLSUPPLY OF All of the above described real estate being

Pacific railroad reports, ten thousand copiesof I; Ship I Groceries, Dry Goods in the county of Brevard State sit

which bad been ordered by the house was For1888 : I FIorMa.Witness. 0

referred' to the committed on printing by a win be mailed j I' fanned Goods i, 1
}l:1wlaml seal this Crt
party vote. In committee of tho whole the \ REE TO ALLapplicants Boots and Shoes my dayof
all kinds Hats
and.e sle
l and Supplies>> I ,
house \ March, A. !>., 1SS.KAL .
agreed to bills apl'rol'riatinWOlAJ to last eaeon'aonstomers I'atentnchor! Chains, Blocks, I Prints all
for a public site at Omaha, tt 25,000 for a without Canvass, al\auized Wife II LaHes' Shoes in great variety ; [- ] W.\LTJ-It S. GRAHAM,
ordering it. at low p'rices.
public building at Bar Harbor $:*Xa\) for a Invaluable to aft.I Hope, all sizes, Tents, new patterns Master in Chancery for Brtrard' CV,

site for an npl'rniser'Jm: \ in New York I .' Every person using'cardervFieldotFlower Spruce Ladders, !! Ready-madB Clottini Toilet Articles (iKOUGE M.Complainants'. IocCl.
city, il50,(). tar a public building at Bay I I Copper Paints, ::al's, 1.': ;:al'*, qts. ,

Citylieh.., and $!Oll-\, ) for public buildingat SEEDS l>u ouM s enl ale.tor. Spar Varnish, gals!! 1-2 pal'sqtspts. I XOT3O.VS. :Solicitor.;

Milwaukee. The house ratified the com D. M. FERRY ACOMPetroUMIChsC. Oils and Leads, all kinds.F. !! For the cash nlllyI ; March 1, !>.*>. 4.V5t. l

mittee's and similar bills for -- W Divot & CO'S READY MIXED PAINTS 1
a"tion. passed - --- : I Muich 15, 4t: *;ti.

house uattanooga and Buffalo. At:5:15 p. in., the II. SCOTT. In fact aeything for Building or Sailing boats. I IIlal''S -- -- -- ASTER'S SAM 1i i
adjourned. ; Notice hereby given that under ard ijr vrme
Block 9O East Hay St. I
."L ft.-.......,.. .-..... .-,,;,:; .... ., EAsTKUX: :State; of Florida, .I' of a final degree of Bale and foreclosure rendered (

WICHITA K\i i/*. l:"i't.. ....:r.-. .---ps rnity 8ALOOX.If .1CKSO\V1LLI. :. FL.IItI3 .'-. I t'ounty of Dado. i by Circuit the Honorable Court for John the S.v J> '-Lthndicial rooml'. Jud::Circuit* of the or i,

lmt.t States Marshal H V. .! I .>ou andrVank HAIlMHKSSIMi -- -- i Take notici that MX months after the the state of }Florida on February ITtlt: A. I>. 1':11".

JalU ti. n K!ock tt !tit. ..i l..unty, g date hereof I will present to the County in a .-.-rtiu i-ausf Chancery therein pendiCK in

hail an utrt7! .;.ti'! >n M ndiv. I.S.AI \ .H at 11 Ii you want a lean and shave, I Jii'l;!, lit' Dade County my final jiwount.* Circuit the Circuit aforesaid Court,for whffin Hrnard Edward County'I'{and:uo"lt for c'the CI-

oVWk Jt the ..-tder Lou:.. at "i. t';.t?, in As clean as harhl.r'n'r gave.Jttst --H----p- In q and voneher-- Hxeeutnx of ('ladesIoore : : plainant and Edward W.eks and 3ary J WkP.. {

which J" !msi.. ttna *h i1 !!. for cash to the
CLaiictr "ill *
flktiui Master in
puuul. : Wttuul. J.u- \\H shot At morning, eve, afternoon.. R 1 and ash for my final di charue: as:; such : highest bidder on Monday. April the Second, 1S".
through th tatti and kuk-1 J.i! ..
4i was t'xl'eutrix."pmk'r HJth. 1$ 7. the arne being the first in the month iu
arrested. I'll cut and comb your hair with graw L"J w : I TituwvllU I'revard -
FOR TORPID : ELIZABETH J MOORE, front of the Court house door in
To nit the contour of your face; Honda between the lejral hours of
The It..atln U .. .- ..,.;. ., ..f foal. .. Last Will and Testamentof County to-wit
s iu *-" the To you I'll give a )good >hami>oo, ..lttatt t-triiltlllvee tleraugcatttd' "hole .i't Executrix of sale, all the following described real estate :
l'ItfL.'D I.I'mlaTC'h 1.-Tho Heading The art of which i is known to few. UIM! 1.r.Klut.t Charles Moore, Iecea>edXotlcv. 3-Gm The uorth-wet quarter lax 1.4 of Section rSouth Twenty cflUure

I'wnjany Inmlu.. ,. t htf parr v .... at the I ""II 1I 1:1): ) in Township Tweniyven ) one Lun-
razors keen Thirtv-Se /t-i'r; East
My d..sor'harp, my Sick Ja..caaaC..i21DYS11cpsia :
minis to .
$i.C 1"1. tun. ana announced dred anti t cwrespundingiy nilu-vd -,'3 nt tide- :My shop is a ways neat and deannfe'erthin i F.he '. of FlonUa-
I'r I'm find I Costiveness, : To nil tr/toin it may concern:
wattr. .\ sure you'll Witness band an I seal this ftut day of I
Ti uit.thc taste and please the mind. and; Pil Six months after date I will prefect to the Honor- l"Ss-
.. : matism Sallow Skin 3. side Minor S.Jones, Prt'bate Judge of Brevard Co. M rch. A.
Gould and S:.! Go tare. ToncbfM of the estate of WALTER GCA1IAU.. pSsaLI
intend FU mr arcouut !
all who patronize for these
XE\V Yon-v. March ..-Tin- ... ..'"jury Ami now to There IH 110 better remedy % liver JOHN K MOOSH:; deceased of said county and a,k Muter In Chancery for KitTarJ County.
jailed to find Luiictincnt rge.iiz.t: iltrs.. Jut come along and brim your friendsAmi eommon dl. proved .ice,-':;': for my: final discharge' all administrator, of the Midebtitr W. !t. (GWason' -
1 ts.'urt'"uu I will try 1"11111, al Do trijAl PHISE-\III.! WE soc, Adm'r.Tttnsvilb. .
litulJ and funds Sage of the for Kansas alleged and inisappruj 1'aciJurail: nation- I Mv verv; lest to satisfv.: may7 Sold Everywhere. .. nL.: I!', 1 to 3. Solicitor for Coiui'Umant. 13-51


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SPEC \L COLl'MX. I IIncal. -The County Commissioner-: proceedings -Mr. M. C. Rerdell, editor of the Or- FOR ZALE. ; Indian River

will appear in the STAR next week. : lando Record, was in town yesterday. i, A tract of land on Indian River in the Bakery;
l advertising incited in this column for five I county of Brevard. con>i>tin:: ot NS )
{ cent per line each insertion. No charge made for Arch-Deacon S. B. Carpenter arrived -Our merchants generally are receiving Washington \\,-nue.
t huH
!'II than "JO cent.. I j acres; it being lot X o. :'J. and south
I from down the river Monday on his way I new and inviting lines of goods in j jtheir I: of the northeast quarter of section 3.>. TITUSVILLE. FLORIDA.

-Two 10x12 Wall Tents are offered for to other parts of the State. respective stores. I and lot Xo. 3. being; the southwest quarter ,' Fresh Bread, Cakes and Confectionery s

Sale, cheap. Apply at this office. -Rev. J. Bolton held the evening services -Episcopal services will be held at of the northwest quarter of section Constantly on huu.BOSTON. '
j 3t;\ both in township 31 south. fane; :31))
FOR RENT, a Three-Room Cottage I lat Sunday at the Court House, : Wager's Hall Sunday morning next at east.: This is a very desirable piece of : FKEXril.! CKAHAMi; ,

in Titusville. For further particulars and entertained a large assembly. 10:30. hammock. soil of rich quality. :"suitablefor i MILK BRKAI 11.111ETtl :
call address )Irs. E. H. TltuH OKDKU.irn .
on or \ the raisin of all tropical fruit.Is :
-Captain A. W. Buie has given up i i -Anyone visiting London will find the : **. Ball, 1'*. ricateml. for with
i iI situated at the Narrow Kno-
near post-
3 TWENTY-SEVEN ACRES of Land ; charge of the steamer Georgiana, and I[ STAR, every week, at Gillig's reading office. llell: cheap for ca>h. For care Health and at tiivuig t"utl..uI1tnt'Bfirraw**. o a ct Non-InUm*. jr butt'&h1Jn

several about GO acres rods fronting in tropical on Lake trees Worth of all; 'I Captain Mercier has taken his place. 1 room, Charin; Cross, Strand. I particulars address: Special Prices for Hotels,Restaurants .

, kinds ; 200 cocoanut trees,50 in bearing; I fI -Mr. C. C. Curtiss and wife started Extra copies of the STAR may always E. M. LOW. ( .t L TUlE. 1'roprletor.
:3. Ma.s.J. .
\ Sept. Brockton.
I limes, lemons, guava and sugar-apples inbearinrr. down the river Sunday for their new 1: be obtained at Gray' news stand, J.1.. I J. }>lUTUL\li: ;. I'ni.Unt.V.; : -- lit
of hammock
Several acres good home in the Narrows on the schooner j Dixon's drug store. \: \ M. EltolTNcahler.
large of drained bottom land.
and a area I II
d Price, $3,000. Apply to Porter & Pot- Ruby Dye. -The Chattahooche has been chartered i ii S. McGlashan, : INDIAN RIVER BANS at t

!; ter, Lake Worth, Fla. 46 -Mr. S. F. Gray will shortly occupy i by the J. T. & K. W. R'y to lie at Jupiter -!
LOOK HERE, TOURIST. Call and the rooms recently owned by Dr. Price, !!! Inlet as a floating*" hotel. the will be !!I Titusiillc" 1'lorlda.A .

see. Good board at the Goode House, next to Dixon's drug store. Mr. Gray :I moored at Jupiter, and, having accommodations -I to Order on Short Notice. GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TR& tlti

Melbourne, Fla., at $9.00 per week. will be comfortably fixed in his new for only seventy-five persons, Roofing and Guttering a Specialty.TITl SACTED.
rates for families or parties. .
Special II
q[uarters.Mr. it is safe to say that she will have a full Exchange bought and >ol\ l. spcciuj
Write to R. W. Goode, proprietor. V1LLE FLA. 17 ana I
attention gh'ellto collections.
9 prompt Loans
1 ONE Hundred and Forty-Four Acres, H. M. Flagler, the proprietor of house at all times.Lieutenant -- --- : negotiated Hank. Corporations on tint nn mortgage.l Individuals.est for .s av1n y 0

with a frontage of 100 rods on Lake the famous Ponce de Leon of 5ft. Augus- Purssell and Mr. Hersey A. l'nOSCUEn, allowed onS1OCXOOO timu deposit. later

i Worth, on west side ; new house with tine, was in town last Saturday, on his took Mr. Olmstead to St. Augustine yesterday TO LOANOn

piazza, office 16x18, and out-buildings ; return from a trip to Rockledge with a for a medical examination. Mr. TITL'SVILLE. FLORIDA, 4
nice lawn and shrubbery. This Fir!'tclasReal Estate.
adjoins the new town of Lake Worth, party of his friends. I Olmstead has been connected with the Keeps full supply of metallic and wooden

and is a great bargain. Price, $2,000. The boiler for the Titusville Ice Signal Service office at this place. His Coffins Cases and Caskets. ,, Advances made upon available collateral.Apprmed c

' Terms : cash. Apply to Porter & Potter, Factory is up and encased with brick, peculiarities for the past few days have bu:!' ne-s paper tlis-ountt

Lake Worth, Fla. 46 and everything will be ready for runningin been very striking, leading to the action Funerals attended if desired. All orders Drafts Uuj-im'ss on all done parts at of Jacksonville Europe. rates. a

MARCH 1st.-From and after this above. He labored under strange\ hall promptly executed, and at reaona-: I
a few days. Mr. Morten has: had the done. -1 i Every favor coiiMstent with ounj
date the Titusville Cash Store will sell work done up in good shape. cinations. rates. Embalming. banking, cheerfully extended.
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for vault only, and as cheap as any house r CORRESPONDENTS: Bank of JacksonvilleJacksonville ,
south of Jacksonville. A full line of -Capt. Kitchell will, probably, run A. M. Hamilton & Co., Hank, New York.BAYYIEW, Fla.. ; The Seaboard National 3 h
staple and fancy groceries, hay, grain, his steamer Vera from Daytona to Titus- -- r

feed fertilizers, nails, paints oils, lamps, ville and other points on Indian River, Would it be asking too much of our TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA, COTTAGE

Steere glassware Titusville.and Tinware. Reed 46-3t and at an early date. We wish the captain genial friend, Captain Paddison, to ascer- I WholcsiUe: Dealers in 1

'every success, and have no doubt she will tain the amount of business for the last INDIAN RIVER, 1t

A DIAMOND RING for sale; gentle- be well patronized if advertised and run three months prior to the act, to see Indian River Oysters Accommodates Low.Boating .JU."b during tLe Winter srtMiu! t
beautiful Diamonds.
man's set with 3
whether has affected the in- ,
regularly.We prohibition and Bathing. Location near the mouth
Cost over $200 ; will sell for $100. Apply ,
of tlif M JM-bastloU liner which tinted Jufrv
of the business of Titusville
at STAR Office. received a pleasant call, on FISH cellent limiting and Fii-biiJg.

I CALL on A. V. Hiscock, Georgiana: Saturday, from Mr. John Mellor, Eau Green Turtle and Game.All : Address : 1*. Holler, Micco, Fla.
N JaWie[ Mr. of Rochester N. Y. Lecture.The .
Indian River, for river fronts: ; terms are ; Carey, ;

easy for cash to settlers. School and and Captain Kitchell, Daytona ; all of Hon. J. Wofford Tucker, of San- orders will receive promptaml careful at.
4 Church at hand, mail and transportation whom came up from Eau Gallie in the ford, will deliver his popular lecture- tention whether by telegraph A. 1..,. Hatch & Son,
facilities daily, mail steamer touches both letter or person. 17 I
1 ways daily. The place is healthful, eleva steamer Vera. Mr. Carey left for the subject : 'The Birth, Growth and Law DIALERS IN

ted and pleasant. North on the afternoon train. of the Cyclone, and how its approachmay
be foretold! ," at Titusville, next TITUS HOUSE
Mr. N. C. of the ,
t A MODERN COTTAGE of 8 rooms, Bryan, proprietor ,
with wide halls, beautifully finished, and Titusville Steam Laundry, solicits the Monday evening, in the Court House,

1 26! acres of land, red hammock and beach patronage of all who desire to have their I commencing at 7 o'clock. Admission, Titusville, Indian River, Florida. Hardware, Crockery, Saddlery.

hammock, on the east side of Lake laundrying done in first-class st'ltHe +1'0:; cents. Tickets for sale at Gray's and I Stationery, Family Medi-
Worth, will be sold for $7,500, or 8,000 Brady's. The lecture i- for the Methodist E. II. 1'I'RDI', Proprietor. cines, Garden SetJs,
I including household furniture and farming guarantees satisfaction and quick returns. I I

i implements. The land is cleared and I Direct to Titusville Steam Laundry, and Church of Titusville. Large Airy Rooms! ; Excellent Cui- : CHOICE GROCERIES,

? planted in all sorts of tropical trees. send by sine. I
express. Elockledge. Ii
There are 10,000 plants a large : i Hay, Corn, Mapes Fertilizers.

t cocoanut grove, pineapple bearing, and -Ie rs. Simonson and Fulton have Judge Tucker will also lecture at Ma- Thisellknown House is now open I CITY POIVT, FLORID

i lemons, limes and oranges. It has a just returned with a pleasure party froma gruder's Hall, Rockledge, but the date for the reception of guest I

frontage of 16 rods on Lake Worth, and trip down the river. Their guest.; were was omitted in the notice -ent us, so we .
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e 26 on the Atlantic Ocean, with a wider EACOTT & Co.
Philadelphia men, connected with a cannot give it.Ve think it probably ,
avenue extending: from lake to ocean.
n Apply to Porter & Potter, Lake Worth, large wholesale dry goods house. Mr. might be the evening following his Titus- St Liicie House T1TITSYILLE. !:'L.'.,

Fla. 41; Lorillard has not engaged the sloop ville lecture, which would make it next .,
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Yankee Doodle as it was supposed.
-Mr. Batchelder, of Boston, who has INDIAN RIVER, FLA.

The STAR is $1.50 per anunin in ad been quite busy here for the past two I I GUTTERING, KOOF1XG,

vance. weeks repairing and tuning pianos has ftOY4 Having been refurnished is now opened le/1Iul JIu n it fa during of Tin.
his work here and will for guests under the managementof
C. F. Fischer has been completed now
-Captain I Ware.
its old proprietor and I
appointed commander of the steamer S. visit Tampa, where he will be kept quite ; owner.

i B. White.Mr. busy for some time. Everyone is very Galvanized\Tort Repaid! [ of all iii.Loentiou ,

much pleased with his work. ROYAL Ja.s. IPaiiie l > >
Dixon has moved his family to /W Yea rop.

his former residence on Washington -The STAR, of last week, had a sale of St. Lucie, Florida. : M.V1X ST., nearKitrr.H

l avenue. 83-3 copies over the usual weekly publication tI i.. B

number, which were sent to various
Judge )Ier&hon,of Orlando,has been
parts of the world, and orders are BOBBINS & GRAHAM
in town for a few days during the pa>t ,
still coming in. We have a few more
copies left, and will dispose of them on ....-..r;.l:...
-Mr. W. W. Davids, from the Sebastian -
the same terms as stated in our editionof

Titusville Signal during Service the past station week., has visited last week. I REAL ESTATE BROKERS & LOAN AGENTS.

-Mr. C. J. Hector, the founder of I
The Adelaide Randall Opera Company -.....- .
Melbourne, and a merchant of consider G r
did visit town their tl4KI i<-
not our on I
able energy in the above place, accompanied :
i from and Kere t.Mr. i
; return Tampa by Mr. J. L. Harri-oii, of Eau i LANDS BOUGHT AND SOLD.

A. P. Mitchell, of Orange, N. J., Gallie, were in town on Friday and |
cent.Choice .
I Loans First Class 24
Negotiated on Security at from 12 to per
was in town last Saturday, on his return Saturday. They came up in the trim I i

from a visit down the river. little yacht Flirt, and l left for C'ourtney'on ': POWDERAbsolutely i iI lot in rapMly trntving; Town.will net investor* 100 j I't'r
in twelve month
-We learn that arrangements are be- Saturday. I
Residence lots in Titu-ville from $20 to SUHJO.Businos ( ).
made for another concert for the I up
ing Captain W. Treutler, of Eau Gallie. I <
Pure. lots from i"SO to 82o XA
benefit of our Fire Department. intends running his steamer Maggie

Visitors tourists in Titu-r- Dillon between the above and I This potvdernevervaries.Amarvel of purl,
or arriving place and wholesomeness
ty strength ore eco Agents for Florida Southern Lands.
yule would do well to peruse the many Titusville, next winter. She will run in nuinieal than the ordinary kind, and cannotbe Railway
I sold in competition with the multitude ot I
interesting item from the different places connection with his hotel and can accommodate low test short weight alum or phosphate .
on Indian River.We 40 passengers. With so I powders.Royal IUkin Sold Tovulc-r only in cans..o.: 106 Wallst.X.Y.A I More than ;}..OOO.OOOert' of Choice Lands, located in nearly evens
and s county in the State, suitable for Farmin; Grazing; Fruit and '"t'getablGrowingPint.
are informed that the TitusvilleIce genial obliging a skipper, we haveno I '1'iinler
Factory will start up the machinery doubt she will do a brisk bu'ine:5.--. NEW & USEFUL DIGRESSION. I upward Cypress and Cedar price 81 per Acre anu t

and commence the making of ice next i
-The firemen held a meeting at their j i 1'. C). Box 250 Titusville, Florida.A. .
week. hall on Monday evening, which was I ha\v added to mj stock of Wati hs.. Clocks '
I PUt-d Ware Je"elr>:. etc. ; a complete hue of!:m.- :
i -Owing to neccv) delay the taxsale quite generally attended. The plan now il\ Meduin, a hneKraJe of ti: ar". Cigarettes. 'lohviOdud :

a does not appear this week The Tax is to secure a neat hook and ladder truck. I Not ono: and I'lpcs Fi";nda a .olWtiou Cuuoaities.of Fancy a jOOlit.Ck Goods, 1'0.\of". ,: A. STEWART, GEO. M. ROBBINS, WALTER S. GRAHAM.Clerk .

t Collector will not advertise it this There is in the treasury a sum of over I Matiouer awl an assortment of Candy anll'ouffX'I'I, Circuit Court. Atty. at Law. .I. It
tiouerj; svcis-oiv, pocket and table Cutlery Hav. '
mouth. one-hundred dollar, and if the town will | jug displayed the Above at m% New tore/" .h- :

-The Sheriff hai gUile down the river aid them a little the boys think oon of..| online invited call aid Tituille exAtuiuthe, you--aiu are to respectfillv .dti-fy. I II : BREVARD ABSTRACT OF TITLE COMPANY
>our.-elf as to unce and quality whether wn huv
and out iu the Fort Drum neighborhooisumtnoniug having an equipment.Miss I "r not WATCH III'lUIXJSI'L'ULTY.. I
I Latent approved Instrumentand Tool. and .0 .
jurors. Court convenes on Fi her and : I (,!' of Title furnished all lands In Ue"ard
Mi jo
Sophie > <: Riley I' > .Lrs. practical ejirriuce in the watch and jewelry
Monday, the 19th in>t. have been spending few days at Cocoa I'j blll lnt'lll. I *;hall spare no pair.-taking to please as *' (count', Florida.
j U articles and prices or P.ehairiug, and HUFF TOMEhIT I
-It pay to adverti judiciou-ly during the past week. We hope the \ F.UR -H\K OK Vil'ft I'TR"t. ; Titles Examined Perfected.
U'. ('. C. I1l.tIV.W.SRNING.; .
Read Mev-rs. Porter & Potter's letter ill nautical young ladieof Cocoa will have I I

another column in reference to the STAI: more mercy upon Mi-s Riley when she i Box 25O, Titusville, Fla.
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medium. Such unsolicited I .
as an accompanies them again in a sail-boat.

testimonials as the-e we feel proudof. More btlD1ban' to be made the mot: D()XT BE KCLnhI I'.YHin.fS l't\DIIsWX I WE CALL THE ATTENTION
; iu the N"rth aJ\ertisiii! to pay Ur:{e
of ; but to say the lea-t they must be ', prices for Hides fur.. and Skins, but dl jour
goods at home. 1'<>r highest prices ship them to (Uf the of Indian
-Mr. Kirkland H. Wade, general very painful when they unexpectedlyvisit jK--uplc River to our stock of Goods
C. E. PONTIER & Co. I which we arc otfl-riug at very clue margin.
superintendent of the Wabash Railway, the organ of sight.A : We make ;
}' box 327 a specialty
Orlando 1L. ; or Tampa Fla.,
of Chicago, with a party of seven, were communication signed by Wide 1 box 30.

here last Saturday on their return froma in another column WANTED TO BUY
ju-t: goes for !
Groceries Flour
a \ -it to the Hotel Indian River, at the J. T. & K. W. Railway Co., from ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND Grain Hay and ,

Rockledge.Mr. Tropic. This company did not enlarge :I li'''',00ui Green, Salted ,

II. II. Wilkinson, of Rockledge, their store-rooms here at Titusville until ALLIGATOR SKINS. I On which we will give special inducements. U'e carry a large stock of

was in town Tuesday, and during his complaint after complaint was madeand HERON PLUMES GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS BOOTS AND SHOES HATS AND CAPS, Bit,
stay here gave the STAR office the job of they found that it was actually necessary I AND BIRD SKINS OF ALL KINDS to

i printing the town ordinances for Rock- to do something to save the shipments of !i bought iu season. Quotations sent on application.j I Which we are offering at low figures. Those needing shoes will find it. greatly
j{ Reference :First :National Batik of Tampa. For their interest to give us a call as we are selling shoes very low.We
I ledge, which \\shortly\ appear in neat fruit and other perishable freight coming further formation call ou or address C. E. will be pleased to prices at time.
I I POXT1EK .t CO.. Orlando Fla., Box 327 ; I quote any
pamphlet form. and going. or Tampa Fla. Boa 30. 33-Cra 23- L. BR.A.DY :aRO.: