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 22, 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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University of Florida
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University of Florida
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Copyright Florida star. Permission granted to University of Florida to digitize and display this item for non-profit research and educational purposes. Any reuse of this item in excess of fair use or other copyright exemptions requires permission of the copyright holder.​
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Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
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Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)


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place, and, when completed, he will send family lot in Eau Gallic, the funeral being have also organized a Sabbath school, I: left for the north, the latter two for Titus t

The Mum Sociable held at Mrs. Rob for his wife and ten daughters, who will largely attended by the inhabitant from which good re-ults are expected to I ille. Thelary B. had nearly a full

ert's was quite a ",ucces-. I be quite an addition to Canaveral. The He\'., Mr. Mulford, Melbourne, flow.Two I cargo of tomatoes, besides egh plants,

Sc\"cralof our citizens arc absent this i The county road is now partly opened, read the leautifullmr :11 ('n'iceof the I miles north of Orchid i is the stamping Irish potatoes and other garden truck. '

week attending court at Titusville.Mr. and is a great convenience when the Episcopal Church over the rem:1inol.Ir.: ground of Dr. II. C. Sill He has a I Mr. ,1. S. Ernest left for Jacksonville l'\

Geo. C. Friar, of Ki ::-imnjcc, is weather is not suitable for sailing;, to be Hopkins has been left with three small II good homestead, and has tried hard for : on the Mary B., after having well settled "

visiting his old teacher, C. l). Purycar. able to walk to the post office. I I children to care for several years to make vegetables grow his family on hN west side home f;
TRUTH.Tilliuaii. where none grew before ; but somehowthe I I stead.'f
There is
Miss Beckie Mum has returned from some talk of building a hotel I __ "
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vegetables don't understand the 1)octor's ----- k
here this It inn institution i
Georgia. "'c are very glad to welcomeher certainly I i
methods, or the Doctor don't understand Capture of a -oIlJtauQ.
that i is needed jmMARCH
back.A very much, and I Mrs. Storey is on the sick list. I
is a splendid opportunity for the right the vegetable He says he plants I 8th, 1SSS. ],W
linens halted the SubTropical )Ir. Storey has his kitchen about done. '
party man. and he waters, but gets no in rcaIf Editor (/ the Floruit Star: I j':

last: week on Brcvard Day, and AM.vrr.up.. Everybody i is busy, and thing boom the Doctor will supplement his planting) I DIIAR SIR,-Thinking that it would i i :

expressed: them-elves delighted with the ing.; and with continuous 4
--- -- watering thorough, interest the many readers of your valuable -

Exposition.i .llorritf. Turkey Creek will oon come to the work he will set at rest the old maxim, paper, I send the following accountof jii:

A concert of" Yc Old Folkes will beheld )hiss C.urieItrtin and her sister i paid fore. "There is more in the man than there i is my capturing a 211b. jHimpano. On t

Thursday: cycning, March 2V I, at the the island a short visit last week. ){r. Weed and )Ir. Corbet are pushing in the land. Saturday last a party, consisting of most f ,4;I

Hiawatha Hotel-proceeds for the benefit Capt. Reed, of Banana River, made their work. One mile above Dr. Sill's Mr. 11. B. of the guests of Captain Dimick, had a r:

of the school house., It i is hoped that the i island a short call on Monday. ?hr. and Mrs. :\Iinernl'e off un a trip to Spratt i is located. Mr. Spratt also has a picnic on the ocean beach at the Inlet- .1 m

attendanceill be large. The Rocklcdge.Well : fine homestead, which he is developing there. from the ,
the pro- Mrs, Hildreth, who has been quite sick, sailing captain's., in the t '
gramme is an excellent one, and no pains is fast improving under the efficient care I i we have had a little tail end of : gradually. lIe has a fine banana field, Evile, Flirt and Crab The Crab, in j II I
to make it I that New York hliz/ard. and has sent Melbourne and other which I sailed
are being spared a great suc- of Dr. G. '\'. Holmes. arriving first, I commenced i

I Mr. Idncr's peach trees and grapes are points some very fine bunches of Caven fishing at the north point of the
Miss Mattie Jenkins cousin of Mis
cess.Mrs.. Judge J. S. Ifoynton, of Georgia, Irene Field, left for her,home in Maeon, growing wonderfully.Mr. dish bananas. I would urge him to increase Inlet, the tide being nearly slack high. *
the number of his stools. Immediately Using conch for bait, on bass hook ail''
Minis with the view of ,
i visiting purchasing Ga., on Wednesday of last week, Storey will put out three acres of
a winter home among us. She is sweet potatoes this spring. in his front is Pelican Island, on casting from the beach, I I hooked a fish, w I
Gen. Hazen and wife, of Tampa, recent which thousands of pelicans which after him while '
delighted with our town, and we wouldbe Cold winds young arc playing a I succeeded ;
have rather checked ?Ir.
more than pleaded to have her reside i guests of Mr. Wallace, were highlytleliglmted Frank Idncr's hatched every season With a little care in landing, when much to my
with the Indian River coun strawberry crop. much rich fertilizing material could be and also the
among us. Mrs. Boyntou is a cousin of surprise, rest the party, f| Jffj
our well-known friend ?Ir. Thompson, try. Some got free mail delivery last week gathered every year and applied to his who had just arrived, we found it to bea

of O,teen. A partv, consisting of Mr. and Mrs. and some didn't. Oh! P. ?I., why thusly? banana stools. Try it, brother Spratt, I large pompano. On arriving at Cocoa-

--- -- -- -- Pierce and Miss Allie Martin, paid A party of ladies were up the creek today think it will pay you. nut Grove House, the fish was weighed

Healii. Rockledgc a visit on Friday, taking din with Master Johnny Clohecy at the JACK SriATT.Venice. : by the captain. It tipped the scales at

No frost at Heath yet, but very near ner at the Indian River Hotel. head of his yacht. Didn't know 'em. 211bs., and was pronounced by all who ih

it. The thermometer went down to 44 Messrs. J. R. and S. J. Field, having Mr. Valentine is still enlarging his res- saw it to be the largest pompano ever

I last cold snaii. shippen their orange crop, are turning idence. He is looking for the Frost Line A. I). Pitts is: in Titus\ille. I captured in these waters. Captain Pot-

The pepino or melon pear ( !U! work for T. C. Bass and will soon com- The fish was served the next
r), is fruiting at Heath. Someof children are consequently! happy.Mr. furniture. morning at ,:
mence for II. T. GifJ ml. breakfast in
the fruits now ripe. T. P. Wallace i is having the sea Maccomber Bros are having land royal style.

cleared in the hammock for Your correspondent is indebted to II. .TO ):I'Jl Il. WHITK
Tomatoes, melons, squashes: pumpkins, grass taken out of the river in front of heavy a vegetable I
'. will make Wcis-e for a bunch ot fine bananas, which Brooklyn, New York.
cucumbers, sweet corn, |potatoes and cab- his winter home. ?Ir. '\ appreciatesthe garden. They things
fact that sea-grass is a splendid fer- hum next winter. were grown on his place. --- "
bagearejlist a booming. .\ Railroad ilorror.The .
tilizer. The lost is found Mr. Boone returnedthis .1. E. Bowen and Seth Schere stopped
all of ? Ducks!
Where are oursportsmen first section of the fast mail on theS.
week from a big hunt the St. Se with us a short time last week-they .1
duckslilliolls!!! the up
ducks on water City I'oint. F. & W. Railway crashed! through a,
bastian. He reports lots of sport and being on an excursion:: from Titusville
in the air the river in
and thousands on fifty-foot trestle Blackshear
and wife near
Col. Drinkwater are making black bass plentiful.Ir. down the Indian River ,Georgia, ,
front of Heath.II. their usual winter sojourn at George E. last Saturday morning. The trestle i is
John Goode Mrs. Walter Goode While hunting, on the 10th instant,
W. Black is jubilant-his potatoto Chesters.We 100 feet long, and the engine and tender
and daughter Bessie i of Chicago ; Mrs Messrs. Ervin and Daniels were overtaken -
the had reached the land
crop U: looking fine. From present hear that Mr. Chas Maddox, of Savannah nearly on the south
darkness. The rain daring
French and sou, of Michigan, Mr. by heavy -
outlook be thinks be will have a large intends build and side when the crash came. The CJ"o'were
to move the night caused the latter to havea
least bushels from four Farren and Master Alexander Goode of each other in the
k. yield-at 1,000 Point and live his piled on top
City on grove, just and it with
I were on a short visit to Mr. and Mrs. G. severe cramp, was great creek smashed into and the
acrea. splinters,
of the
point. W. Idner's yesterday. Mr. Farren, Mr. difficulty that his companion removed
cries of the frightened and wounded
Col. Raines and his Thomas has passengers
This portion of the river improves, al- French and Master Alexander Goode him from the woods.
from caldron of death.
finished out 125 arose as a
just planting orange of -- -- ---
do hear much the
though you not went the creek for black bass. They i
up The number killed amounted 1
from to twenty-
potato crop present changes and improvements, as we are a Jupiter.
took four in out of the wet, and all enjoyed -
four whom :\1r8.r..
will be Thomas ; among were
appearances, a good one. very quiet and unobtrusive sort of people a pleasant day. Yesterday Messrs. Welch and Reed, i
Shaw and of Jacksonville.
will his old home ,
return to at Hickory,
who have been stopping here for several
Miss in fl'1:1)'S.. Mr. Idner is busy planting teosinte, There are twenty-nine wounded at '\'aycroo -
lIon J. P. Usher, ex-Secretary U. S. Kaffir corn, millet, etc., for poultry feed. days! left Jupiter,going up Indian River.Mr. :s, all of whom are reported to be doing -

From the present prospect there will Treasury, i is: building a fine residence: adjoining I He has a patch of Japanese buckwheatin I Taylor and family, of Cocoa, are well. The accident seems to have

be an immense orange crop in this sec- the lovely home of Capt. Wm.II. I full bloom, from seed produced here here taking in the climate, and taking in been caused by a truck leaving the rails :

tion the coming season. The trees com- I Sharpe, thus adding one more at- from his own growing last summer. lIe the fish. The ladies, as well as the gen- fully 200 yards before the trestle was

menced to bloom in January, and at present traction to our locality. says it does well, and yields fine wheat. tlemen, seem to enjoy themselves hugely. struck. The cross-ties are cut for at least:
the trecsare putting on a new growthand
One of the most important events of lie is aKe testing the Spanish pea-nut, Soon; after the Chattahoochee had that distance, showing a zigzag line more
still bloom.
more late has been the sale ofIr.. E. II. al- and will also test the unknown pea of taken her position the Georgiana. our or less deep. The most plausible theory

Who can l heat this? Max Hoeck boughtone ters' charming residence i to Mr. James Georgia. mail steamer, with the popular and unassuming seems to be that the trucks ran upon the

peck of Irish potatoes last November Ranks, of Atlanta, Ga., who has also purchased MIKADO.Narrow Captain Mercier, came boom cross-ties for about this distance, and up-

cut out the eyes, planted them and I fifteen acres, adjoining Mr.' Wal ---- ---- ing out of Indian River and up to the on striking the trestle, tore up tie after

eat the potatoes. In February he dug ters' place, on the east side of the county s. Chattahoochee's i e, which makes Jupiter tie until the foundation was so affectedby

the new potatoes and had three and a half road, from A. S. Dixon, for which he As a newsgathererat Narrows your correspondent something of a town (in looks). the jamming as to give way. All the

barrels of large potatoes from the one paid $150 an acre. Fourteen acres are claims considerable i latitudeas The steamer Chattahoochee came into cars fell to the east side of the tuck,

peck of seed. How is this for a winter to be set out in orange trees in June. to localities round Narrows, not con- Jupiter Inlet on Thursday morning, the showing the trestle: to be weaker on that

crop? This will g \"rIr.. Banks a grove of 1,800 fining himself strictly to one place. News 8th inst., and stuck on the flats or sand side.
backett apiary)" is the most busy placein trees. of interest to your readers might occur bars inside the inlet. Through the perseverance --- ---- ----
tilde Folkes Conccrlc.
Heath. His eighty-fhc hives are Half a mile north, also on the west side I at Sebastian, Hillville, Orchid, Geneva, and skill of Captain Fitzgeraldshe For the of adding to tin-

nearly full of orange honey. Just imagine of the road, Dr. '\'. P. Moon has set out Kingville, Kildare and other small places.It was moored to the barf of the lighthouse purpose
I school home fund there will be an Olde
the sweet music all day long from the a small orange grove of 437 trees for his will be my purpose to watch these localities on this Monday (the 12th,) the cap- Folkes Concerto of sacred hymns and
hum of over two million bees going to friend Dr. D. P. Pancoast, of Camden, I that have crystalized around u-, tain working almost day and night since tunes and likewise worldie which

and from the orange grove. The apiary N. J., for a winter home. It is locatedon and report the news emanating there the boat came into the inlet, for whichhe songs,
in of Lord 1788
were our ,
hag the fragrance of a boiled down orange one of the most beautiful and picturesque from to the readers of the STAR. is due much credit. The Chatta- i sung ye year and
and which will be once more played
grove.F. heights on the river, overlooking Orchid is: a postoffice of recent date, hoochee was sen here by the Jacksonville '!
at a Great Concerto Synging Meeting -
B. Sackctt: has lately shot two wild fifteen miles up and down this delightful located on the east bank of Indian River, Tampa and Key West Railway I| sung of Olde Folkes, in costume of
cats. What i is most remarkable, the pcr- sheet of water. Dr. P. calls his on Forster's homestead, with :\Ir1.. C. Company for the accommodation of visitors 1788. To be attended at ye village

son who skinned one of them found ten I place Esperanza Heights, or El Monte I Martin as postmistress. South of and adjoining and tourists a- a boarding-house: and i| tavern, on Main street, in ye town of
buckshot Orchid Mr. S. K. Michael and for which she will than fill i
on the shoulder bone of the an- Esperanza. hotel, more Minis of 29th
on Thursday night ye dayof
imal, all in a space of not more than three --- .. Mr. Wigfield have bought land and the bill. She will accommodate seventyfive ye month of March, Anno Domini,

inches in diameter. There were twelve Eau Ciallic Item II built comfortable houses, cleared land i persons comfortably, and with her MDCCCLXXXVIII.

shot put in the gun that was fired at the I Our settlement has again been visited and planted bananas and orange tree j pleasant captain strangers will surely feel 1 Admission, twelve and one-half pence

cat, antI there were but two holes foundin by welcome showers of rain. John C. Michael has also bought, and themselves at home. for and for
!(25c.I ), ye grown people, ye
has made considerable improvementsupon A VAST.Lahti .
the hide where the ten shot must have I Orange groves are all in blossom. Kelsey i -- .. ; cnildren five ience(10c.). Ye doors shall
('ntt rl'c1. off his land. These gentlemen are from I
when shot.The cat was thirty-five yards I plums arc also showing blossoms. I West Virginia and Maryland, and all "'orl". : be open at early candlelight, and ye

The Kelpie is again afloat, and will three are thoroughbred workers. To all j Cool weather.Ducks i 1 synging will begin at 7:30 of-ye clock.
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C'auaieral. soon have her new suit of sails bent on. such we extend (as our Baptist friends j going North. MARCH M.-From and after this

She presents a much better appearance : the hand of \ ', date the Titusville Cash Store will sell
Mr. fellowship.
Ed. Paterson is spending a few say,) right Visitor still plentiful.
for /W only, and as cheap as house
days in Titusville this week. as a sloop than under the old rig. : North of Orchid and adjoining, i is Geo. I Mr..1as. McFarlane is putting stonewall south *of Jacksonville. A full any line of

Mr. Ward, Malabar, made a sale of''II W. King, of Ohio the conscientious man I and
The Gouldbrazen) brother are building I along the lake front of his eat side staple fancy groceries, hay, grain,
availing scow for Mr. Harrison. some cypress spars in Eau Gallie lately. of the river-honest a- the longest dayin I feed, fertilizers, nail, paints, oils, lamp,
This gentleman has quite a stock on '! summer time and a hard worker. We place. glassware and Tinware. Reed and
The Rev. Mr. will preach, D.V., I i iI hcd the Steere Titusville. 4<;-.' t
Foy hand and boat builders would do well to expect much from him when he is buckled : Improvements are being pu- on -
at Canaveral, on April the 8th. 1 Cragin place as fast as possible during MODERN"COTTAGE of 8
I call on him.Another I to the girl he left behind him. A rooms
Mr. Harrison i is experimenting with Illinois has this good weather. with wide halls, beautifully finished, and
I fine boat, the Belle, recently Mr. John H. StrirT, from ,
some choice and fine varieties of tobacco.Mr. 2t; acres of land, red hammock and beach
purchased by the Messrs. Hodgson from been sojourning near Orchid for the past Capt. H. P. Dye has greatly improvedthe hammock, on the east side of Lake

Harrison will begin shipping tomatoes John E. Chapin, Malabar, has been three months, has bought considerableland i I lake front of his place, and contemplates Worth, will be sold for $7,500, or 8,000

from the Burnham place this added to our fleet. She i is:: being repaintedand and next winter will move down i till greater improvements in the including household furniture and farming -
week. not dim distant future. implements. The land is cleared and
and will look better than : very
repaired, :
um- planted in all sorts of tropical trees.
The land is nearly all taken np on the I ever in her new owner's hands.m i ; Other subscriptions to the Episcopal There are 10,000 pineapple plal1t ,a large

Leach, and improvements arc the orderof The sympathies of the settlement are I is endowed with a large amount of hard, I Church and parsonage fund, as farts cocoanut grove, Jartly bearing, and

the day. m! of the LifeSaving I common sense. heard from, are Chas.! Lane, Esq.,$75.00; lemons, limes an It has a
extended to Hopkins, With commendable enterprise the citi- : Capt. O. S. Porter, 55.00; Brel ford frontage of 16 rods on Lake Worth, and ..
Mr. I
George M. Ouarterman has been Station, and to the members of'I' 2G on the Atlantic Ocean, with a wide
around Orchid have built a neat Bros., $25.00, and Mr. Geo. W. Potter,
Working for some time at the breakwater the Houston family in their recent sor- : :zens avenue extending from lake to ocean.

at Canaveral. 'I' row, caused by the :sudden death of Mrs. school house, and have placed Mrs. Hol- I $25.00. Apply to Porter & Potter, Lake Worth

Mr. interred in the lonquist in charge of the pupils. They The Mary B., Lilian B. and Ina have Fla. 4G
Milton is building a house on his I Hopkins. The body was



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fection when it i i-* not di-turbed be the !Steel llrirk of Birmingham Iron. \ nlldlen.rmca Sal\e. I )1.L..\ 11.\n ('1\n FACTOUYIS. ;

HUDSO '3 DAY PEOPLE. : axes of the cascarillcros or bark searchers, MONTOtMERAla.: ., la..cl1The firststj1 I The Ifst salve in the world for cuts:; I .

and there the rich lanceolate leaves of brisk nrulc out.: I'mnmsham iron hyiiie I| briiiMs, -on! ulcers salt rheum, fever ('. Sfarc-k. I-I'UIH'h'h. '
t Family I..fe of the I:"kliiio IVlio Dwell : ileii'lerson inx e., was to-.i:1l'.t! t<> t. I
, the healing; tree reflect the golden beams isorc-s i tctur Land chilblains:; I
Ncir the Great Inland Ocean. J chajifid} :Manufacturer line lla\ana
y : oiuery Daily Dispatch by Dr. H. LI. > anti lvmestic ,
of a tropical pun. Almost constantly ? corns and all !ol>m eruptions, and positively i. !
In the hummer each family has ita ,' leave Cuzco and other Peruvianciti M'.we'l. jtre! i.lent of the I:1ytou: L.j: i I I II Cigar Trade Mipplitd with tin
peditions It is highly >oli"h"l .r.: i ,. cures piles, or no pay required j hand madetmodOrtlem.1 .
< i
own homo, but in winter two or more i'i smirch of the cinchona tree. The 'upmy. I pn.nnitlv till-41.?! !
? It is guaranteed to give perfectatefae-
families live for the sake of increased : an exc ltut quality of st'-e.! .. *-xIt.s. Factory at Malabar. Fla. .
most ff ties! *' are conducted with great .., I tion or money refunded. Price' 2:t cents'j :;
warmth and economy of fuel. 1 f the discovery of good ; in :
Bccresy. ir a group per box. Forale by all drugtares
The summer resilience is a tent made of 1 .f h i ,," is to make the fortuneof 5,000 Budded Trees For
s sure
( 1:1::: : A Startling Rumor. ;Tittisville and on Indian lliver.: i Sale
feeulskinsilh the hair ed off
scrag giving thli.ider of the: party. Rival dis-
New YORK March 10. The Herald's Lon- --- -- --- --
much the npjiearanceof yellowish parchment 1 another like hawks. At Low Prices.6O.OOO .
coverersatch one lou cables that .
eorresjiondent a startlingrumor : l.aIH'L"U'th Toun 1,01- .:
which is stretched over poles of to bribe the colored ca ca- .. in
They try sepia i all'Kit to the effect that the late Nursery.Apply .
driftwood ranged in the ordinary cone nll; ,"ros who haveobl their services to Duke of Rutland left a son by Veeret marriage Tlc: iiinUrsigntd Lave quite a numlcriof : to ".. II. S1IA1IPK.

shape. The door always faces toward others, and MTV often Peruvian geld : and that his heir is likely to now com gnod' l lots in tle new town of J..ike i

the water hy whose..ide they are camped, brings whole season's preparations and forward an,I claim the peerage and vast ;| Worth. We will I'nrdw-e and improve City l\iiu. Ft!
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and at the opposite side of the tent is the toil to l1mght.-Philacldllia Times. esfcttt-s umeu it wag suppose-1; \\'ouillo: to for parties at a distance.

Led, composed of moss covered with -- ------ the kite uuk'-'s r>r.,-: wr, Lord John ManuiN. "' 1'( )JHTEI: & PuTTER: X "- i's I4 1N ..

KCalikm. As they bleep with head pointing ( :\"rlot1" Origin; of Fires. ,. ( ;moral lital 1:tote .\::.. ut-.
TinfJrult..iM: :\ Case End
doorward, they necessarily lie downhill Not long ago a lot of :Sea Island cottonin Ozxi'K. MM. March *.-The imlictniLnta : Lake 11'..rth. I>:.ill-C'! ..., Fhu NEWSPAPER SUBSCRIPTION AGENCY;

owing to the natural slope of the i i bales was discovered to !*. on fire in aNeW I,
!'UH't Mix Emma Malloy, charged with
land toward the shore. This does not Jersey wan.housawl when the lir'iiiiC; : awesRory In-fore and after the fact
seem either a comfortable or healthy po- flames were extinguished in one spot
muid of Sarah Graham and of beia.K.VS TITUSVILLE For terms and sample copies Kir
bition, but apparently they are none the they would immediately break out in .,: rv to the fact of the bigamy ifeor a< ,'>s

worse for it. On either bide of the doorway i another. An examination showed thatit <; ';"- inham and Cora I/ee were roll i CIIAS.H. XAl'MAX.

is their larder, consisting of exceedingly !J was roller gin cotton: that is, cotton of proMjiu.'d ..Saturday.. This ends the famumGiuuam STEAM lAUNDRY Haulover P. (X Urevard
repulsive looking piles of seal meat i! which the lint drawn away from the : i.tinder case. ; county

and blubber\ which give forth an odor j seeds by a pair of rollers, set at such a I I o .\; (;:(;, ., 1. au, 1 "'" ," III

that Samson himself with his hair at its' distance apart as to keep the seeds: from entering i Labor Notes. N. C.- BRYAN, Proprietor. roit stir.I .

longest, could hardly wrestle with successfully ; between them while the fibre passes The clothing clerks of Dayton have organ- OneVn. -. and on P anana Direr: in quantiti

' so overwhelming is its strength. I on and goes into a bag. In the presentcase ized a Salesmen's: assembly, Knights of Labor i\Hress lniil .> to uit.

The winter habitations are made en- : more or less of the seeds had somehow and will make a demand to shut up and Lot in 1
House itu'ville.'ounn .
tirely of snow, and are generally h hilt got between the rollers and lien shop at 6 o'clock except Mondays, Saturdays I I nr\x) Rii'EitReal

under the sheltering lee of a rock, in the !I crushed, and had thus: saturated the cotton and Christmas holidays. \ Oranges, all :size and price, it,

drift that accumulates there. The build- i, with oil, which, in due time, had Employes of all blast furnaces in the j Estate Agency. quantity. Sour Stock.

t' rrs h'gin by marking out on the snow a caused spontaneous combustion.A Mahoning valley have been notified thai I Four Sail IlnnKof ditrercntiapacitOne ( ;e..

circle alout fifteen feet in diameter, ,; still more curious case occurred in a I their wages will be reduced 10 per rent. I Titusville, Florida. Ducking IJoat.ALM.

which represents the inner tide of the I Massachusetts factory. In the middle of March t:>.
Judge Barret of New York, was sustaine >,
walls, and with a saw or long Llalk..1knife ;;! the room a milling machine; was turning in his diciaion against the shoemaker I SEX FOR DEMKll'TlVE L1XT.Clia" :

they cut out blocks of MIOW, from knife handles the dust iK'ing blown up I Knights of Labor, who boycotted an ob ject- BOATS, to Let by day or longer t, rn:

three to six feet long by a foot thick and through a metal tube into the room above I .onable: foreman out of the city. He has ro- I I). Sheet, .Hanacer. Enquire of

high, from inside the circl they have and thence forced out of doors through a erred the case to the grand jury. 1 __ P. D. WF:....::-:0.Titusville \.

marked: then, placing the blocks around i! wooden pipe. A spark from an emery Jan. 1, 'SS.

the circle they carry the walls: up spirally ': wheel, fifteen feet from the milling machine : The Death IColl. N PALM COTTAGE

not in tiers until in ; Rev. Dr. William S. Karr, die at Hartford I ,
( ), they meet a 1 struck a window and refunding, -
I keystone above, at a distaneof about :i entered the mouth of the metal tul set Conn., aged sixty years. TITUSVILLE, FLA. :T..6.e :rS9:

nine feet from the C'xC\\'atocll'vl'1 of the : the wood dust on fire, so that the flames 0 Amos Bronson Alcott, founder of the Concord I

t llr. The result is, except, of course, as ; poured out of the wooden pipe in a stream I school of Transcendental Philosophy, I NHOTEL

to color, the production of a gigantic beehive twenty feet long. and a well known author died; in Bu&ton, I ItmaslliIallim( ] ( Hates Pleasant Location : ,

over the door or in the center of the 1: An engineer, cleaning up a mill, put aged eighty-eight years.
Professor Ernst Young, of Harvard College -
roof of which is set a big block of fre=h some: cotton waste in front of the 1 toiler, Near Grand View Hotil. t.'I ..Wl t.l1.lan.H.. FLAN
i was found dead in bed at the house of
water ice to serve the of a window 1 where} it would be for the fireman
purpose handy
; his brother in Boston'Tith a bullet hula in N,-\\ rnrli h"llloruJl. .. in lighting an interior that. although i i in the morning. During the night this his ha,l. He was assistant professor of Mrs. G. W. Mackenzie, Proprietress.

stainless white at first, is soon blackened took fire spontaneously: ; the flames spread I I I,. anr-ifiit ali
0 by the e\t-r :hlnoldngt.'viI smelling luuiys i to the kindlings: under the boiler and ;' Col. Horace Kent, of Concord, N. H., H O. IZEIOTOH.: ,
! the inmates use. soon raised steam enough to cause the dead. I'pt'ci:11 rate l.y tilt w-.L or DioutiK1I. >,
( ____
r The furniture of these human hives is huller to blow off badly scaring the I i I Ii I

verj' simple, as may lie readily supjKjsed. : watchman, who knew, or thought ho i TlitI'i it' lUcurd. Hardware and \ JAKVIS, I'rop'r.Tin' .
It i believed the loss by lire at FurtyI
It consists of a l)ed place or divan along knew, that there was no fire under it. ,. ,
Httm.! street and I..*sm'tl'l avenue, New Xm- *'b'untsrt Lni. /lni'i
1 the side of the "igloo," opposite the: door : In another instance a man drove a nail Yotv, wll rewli a tfl.'. ,W.imi General Produce --- ---
and two fireplaces: one on cither hand as into the ceiling of mill. The nail
i a i i The : att.u-,'ti.& ,winery and' dUtiliery,

you enter. These are made of firmly !: glanced. o r. was struck by the rapidly 1 iM-ju iVt ,.l",. '. it.a.ui.j over two himlv.l I: MERCHANT. Security Mutual BenefitSOCIETY
packed :snow and raised alioiit three feetulxivo e.ters and caused serious i
I moving a con 1I."u.:1 i -.l i .t of 'jt.', was! biinud.Fel i

the floor, the divan having: its t1a_ration.--Youth's Companion. .r!i',:'y'.. fin los{'+ throughout; thoeuiiiilr. Melbomne. Florida.

outer edge faced with a, pole to preventit :. ell,.' (.', -, lir :tlj'I\''_ tli-j'seli.s .
from rumbling away when used as aseat Newspaper "Night Owls."

in the day t 1ue. The l Iiedsare made There is always the proportion of night and Ians*>r<"is Animal*. BAKERY
up in the following manner; First a owls} men who work when others sleep. |: It is a consolation to know that whilo !

layer of moss spread over the snow; next, They have an air about them which is \ man's selfishness, as well as idiotic folly : ?.,\r Y() I-i I{.
of sealskins then of
a layer : a layer bear unmistakable, for while: they look tired is obliterating the elk antelope and i
or deerskins, and finally the sleeping: ; from the toil they have just left it is \Vdvliuitt >n \\iiiue, Iwar the Kailroail:
a | buffalo as well as depopulating the No. 233: : P.roadway. X. Y.
lags which resemble ('xa ( I"ltf"lll'illow- different kind of fatigue from that which streams of finny inhabitants a great deal

slips, only that fur taken the place of one notices among those who are "up I I is also don annually to rid the world of MRS. V. GAILER.Frch : LIFE INSURANCE AT ACTUAL COST.
linen and the fur is double that I
so there late." Many, in fact the majority, of animals of a more useless and dangerous

may 1 lie hair both inside and outside. these are from the newspaper ofiices, sor Twenty thousand rabbits the other Jtrcntl made tlmill ; Also Pier SFlsl FOIl CIIlCULAIt

Into these bags, of which each adult has :' and they can always lx$ known from tho i day were corraliil, by men women and and/ 1 Cnkix ojaUl'tml..... f'ukcujor ----- -- -

one the Eskimo, stripped to the bare shop talk they indulge in. Curiously i children in one of thealloys of California > special u(('u'jous fa mixmli
buff, for the night, and Opened for the Season.
creels ; enough newspaper men do not talk very : and killed. Thousands more es- x/ioil inttifi.
bleeps very comfortably. Up to the I much about their business in the !: i
daytime ca]>ed. but the rabbits were t sulHciently c zr'.1 man who is: interested in hi- mu
ago of 10 the children share their'larC'llts' not more, at least than does : | GIVE HER A CALL. I
any reduced to make agriculture possible for welfare} will he pleased. to know that
bag; after that they are promoted other class of men. :, the coming year. There is no section of I i ----- -
to having one of their own. But at it would though i ANDREW GIBSON
night seem as J the civilized world where man fails now
Their fires are nothing more than their brains are so full of the subjects !1 to fairly with dangerous animals 1
cope the f finest be found n
lamps rudely! fashioned out of sonpstone, : they have just left that their chat becomes unless it be with the snakes of southern St Lucie House Keeps oysters to

and so arranged as to be self-supplying, amass of the shop, shoppy style. It is as I Asia.-GlolieDemocrat.An Titusiillc.AXI .

of blublx-r being hung in such close i though surgeons had come from the ,
to the flame that the fat isconverted I > SIUVKI ix STYLI: TO SLIT IMTKON-
proximity scene of some operation and were constrained English pathologist thinks that !I INDIAN RIVER, FLA.

into oil. which dripping into ; to speak' of the flap and the cancers may bo developed by arsenic eat -0-
J the liowl 11l'10is, consumed by means drainage. Their talk is "caviare to the I ing. : Plain and Fancy Cake made to onlrr
of wick. As the has : Having been refurnished i is now* opened
a HUMS lamp
no : geii'-ral. conveying as it does an odd J'Il-U'Jf Ir 'wl on hnnd.Also .
---------- -- < altcayi
chimney, and oth oil and wick are of impression of inside information i I for guests under the management: (
among I 1(1'17CE. of its old and a fir t.class Barber shop attache'-!
1 proprietor -
the poorest, the result is the reverse of j the speakers. Then too it is mostly in ,
All claims the I : Meals at all hours from 5 a. in. to Up, "
brilliant, neither light nor heat l>eing obtained :i, the future; they constantly talk of that persons having against i owner. ; nmiboat.s
Parties ili-sh-iif to leave morning
i ( on
I Phineas 1) Wesson late of said
in what would i estate !
we consider a .
: which others do not know vet. Their and hacks will pleas lute [
Just above Urevard county, Florida<< deccea ed, are
satWaciory quantity. pTt11. l-.illP
discussion is of what the papers will Prop.St. .
the lamps a sealskin is stretched to sjx'ak to-morrow morning; the news of i hereby notified to present them properly I|i

prevent the heat thawing the roof away i: the afternoon has already Ix-come ancienthistory : authenticated to the lIon. Minor S. Jones, i Lucie, Florida.ger << PIONEER COOPERAGESyrup

a precaution that seems hardly: n 'ccssary.seeing to them. That t al'tleal in news County Judge! of said county, or to the - -- Barrels $2.25.

that the ordinary teminrature of j i is recognized practically i by others, for ': undersigned;and all persons owing said : Pa (' Iepai'tinellt.DeBARY centxtra.
these snow huts is 2T degs. at the roof nothing is more common than to have :, estate are required to make: immediate] Gauged to order ten

and 21 ,!t'gs. at the level of the bells: ; in I, some gentlemen apply for information.- payment to the undersigned] or this notice : & PEOPLE'S LINE Wheelwrighting and Repairing.

other words from .", to 8 degs. below New York Press. will he pleaded in -

freezing point. .\ I,, :\[. 't:.*...os, STE.A..l\IEB.S.! : (, (). B.Ilonrv .

In order to keep: out as much cold as I 47-St Executrix.fn .. barrels and Oval Water )Uiwik: ,'r-
the low and ; Tin* Vnprotecteit N"Tk *>pa "tIt -. .
possible doorways are very from $=!.OO "1'

narrow a fact which explains the curious o hours to Warn and with warning :> Circuit Cfmrl of lite frvmth Jtuticinl ,

phrase with which the hosts: speed heir give coruiM'I that .hall Jlrot.'t't. Betweena Tanksand

parting giuvts. namely : "Taliourke ajierniak i man's coat cul.rrd;: hat brim there (',snit fij"! 1'Im-ida, Ilrcfard ('(JIII/II. all kinds of Cooi'ii: : WOIK tu order

in .uit"-th3t is: "Goo..1-bv: don't lies a t;':!l',' of I.< i':; that Malt rn hirsute Cliwrrry, J. D. 1SSS. T. JOIIXSOX,

bump your head.. "-J. Macdonald Oxley fashion has left lure-exposed to chilly "
in American Magazine. winds uiicoicred to cold. If collar IK ( leorge )r. Maginder") )I1J. City of -J aoksoiivillc', LaGrange, : : Flur iI.t.
upturned some help is found. Lut mere:.
Mercer andjMercer "CAITAIX
Guy W. A.SHAW.Daily .
less draughts still at will about
I"rro.'n"atlon of Meat by Sugar.It play one unit wife Forc-cloure i
of life's centers. for Unenth this exposit 1 i i'I I roam Jacksonville! t'aturdey.IT. ROCK LEDGE
results from a special resort| made to T. Howard Knight J- of except ,
tkin lies what anatomists call tho
the French minister of agriculture that and Maud height; hi; j Mortgage; ; ,
cerebro-spinal axis-which is the centerof 'I : I 3. :P1ttiiL:
sugar is an excellent agent; for preserving wife and Thoma )) Indian River Florida,
animal the brain is the ,
meat and possesses some advantage; over ; as front centerof !, Knightunl; Kmma K. ( '.\1'1'. I. C. HALL,
intcdcituul life whence thenerves .1
proceed his wife.
salt. In fact. salt absorbs a portion of Knight
that lioth heart and Daily from :Sanford except :Sunday.
the nutritive MuVtanees and of the flavor I govern lungs; It appearing the allidi\it}: of the Winter Homes etc.

of meat. When an analysis is made of among oth.'rtht": pneumogastric' and complainant herein that the above named ON ST. JOHN'sRIVER. ,
spinal acccs-xTy. S o. in place of most .
solution of the Kilt dissolved:: : by water respondents are respectively non-resj.
contained in meat we find albuminoid injudicious oxposiire. it would logically: dents of the State of Florida and that i S.IU'inh..Jla' !i!'. 1SS7.j Building Lots centrally locatedin

bodies extractive sul stances, potusso seem that extra effort should lie made to the addresses of the :aid; T. Howard
i -4.1--I-H. a.A:-'niN'-. NOl:TH.Arrivt .
guard this sensitive area.-William F. and Maud his wife and
Knight; Knight
and phosphoric acid. Salt deprives meat Ll'aH'- -. Rock Ledqe,
lIutchin ) M. D., American It. Mercar and )lef'cl".lli. ii>. ,' .
of there substances so much the more ( n. Magazine. Guy ; w :. <) in .J.JI''JD\"il. -AO: a ni
unknown ; ('a Tocoi Leae1J,0 ,vl/ o;
to atliant and : III ,
are complainant: 11 r..111 '
\\ th without .11')11' Trs
in it or
readily proportion as enters the tissues .
t 1IJUI'Ul Palatka a aum'(1 '.. "lth"a1ll11l0ft.o.
and that the respondents. Thomus L.: minute walk0111 Moi.-s, | -t
more deeply or acts for a longer ;> in I>oU ton 11:-IQ p ru \-
.\ Coil root Uatli. Knight and Emma F.. Knight, reside in ) Al.therlanl:
11:00 In WeUtaYolusia 10:10 la
time. It then results that the JUeat.wlu.1) P p <'uUoit aiMit-t tlum'f,
Three out of four colds are caught the city of Philadelphia: in the Stile of': 12t)" m d t. (iffirttown: 9:10 pm or
tiken: from the saline solution, has _::-3 a mi ?:Iv 'IU "Ia.
and that each :
through the feet said Dr. Titus Munson Pennsylvania andvery s. Kviiir, n'I I..d( ,
: 0 Astor
lOSt nutritive elements of genuine im- : am. 5:10pm
Coan in a recent lecture, "ai.d the only one of said respondents are over the age J 4:4j a lit lteI.a11l1 Landing 5.00 p m I'
lor.aiwe.IVnvderod. sound }prevention is to take a cold foot I of 21 years.: It i is therefore ordered that | 5-X am. Blue Spring 4:15 p nt :NO AtI.XTSImportant
sugar, on the contrary being ; the said It. Mercer. Mercer. \rrire
bath. !Ianit !-cold that bones Guy | -- -- -
less soluble, produces less liquid. It will ache. It hardens the nl'l your n"I't'o his wife : T. Howard; Knight; and Maud j| !"..:o.,K D, a a m m Sanford.Enterprise Cit. Wharf 2.a'p 1::::0' p JD m

forms around the meat a solid crust. ple troubled with cold feet will be cured Knight his wire and Thomas C. Knight; J I 11.30 a m siLford. >. F. 1:. I:. I U p m toAlH I'J' I

which removes very little water from it :11111'Enll11:1 1:. Knight his wife, do plead. ,
in a week if th take: cold foot laths.
and does not altl'rits taste. Thus preserved \ answer or demur to the complainant! ('ooo. TIUS-\t Tocoi withO-1.: Johns ]Iailrnall;

it suflices to immerse the meat -New York Sun. amended] bill of complaint herein filed at tou i'.with Utka-wuhl'l'iriilaSouthern t. John's and Halifax ltail\\ayat fiver Itailroad.Holies ::

in water before using it. Although this: ---- on or before the 19th day of April. .\. at A-tor with st Johns and Lake En.-tis! Railway; I S tUtl'Florida
treatment co>ts a little more than .\ Fatal !>.>l.ij. I,1SS or the same will be taken as at mi..Laud LiiKlin. with Del.tnd and !St. Johna'Itailroad ]le most imixirtant, stop JU
preservation i
The young man had bt-cam trying to tell her !I confessed ; anti it i is further ordered that'' : at lilne spring with B. S.. O. t'. and A.Kailay amid ever.:,
by Kilt account must be takenof how madly he loved her for hour : : at l.rti"rlri"e with A. C.. St J. A: I IL I is the Orause crop
over an of this order be in the
published I
the final I result and of the loss prevented a opy lUilroad. for 1"1111\"I11E': at Sanford with trains ofthe *-M
but couldn't pluck up the courage. I Fi OKIDA STAI newspaper for tour con- S. F. iZailro for Tampa; at Tampa with the one should endeavor tn secure a
I. which offsets difference in
"E Buse me a moment, Mr. Featherlv1 i secutive week* prior to the said 19th day i i'tE'311l'rI.RG.HIT.: 01 the I'Liutteamsltip Un!'. I t roar
cost U'tween the two preservative agents.11'e she said, "'! think I Lear a ring at the tele I of A. D.. 1SSS. '! for l'ollltoD Tampa Bay and Manatee liner; also variety of orange in 1lallt1Jl- :a
think that navigators might profit And in her she ,;, April, with tb. Plant Steamship Line steamships i
phone. queenly way swept i fruit >*
:I Witness my hand and seal and the seal OLIVETTE and MAsCOTTE for Key West andHaan.i To do this and set Ouch J'auWtt
thi"-Rl""ue Generale la Marino into an adjoining room. {
said Court this 13th of March. every Monday and Thursday arriving at ** -
Marchamje.lAhere. I Presently; le returned, and then his mad oi day (! Key West Tnesdav and Friday and Havana Wed- taken i'11-i..n..u.-:' at mauy of our "
: passion found a voice.I I).. 1SSS. ( newdiy and Saturday. Returning leaves Havana EIWsition

Quinine Comes Troni. I "I am sorry, Mr. Foatherly: ," she said, "to [SKAL.J .\. A. STEWAKT. e\ery Wednesday and Satnrday. I Fairs and at the New Orlcam 'Ja-

cause you pain but I am already engaged.Mr. Clerk Circuit Court. C. HALE, I from ('- H.
The mountains of Peru constitute what I General Pa &euger Agent: DeBary Line buy sour trees
Sampson, learning that you were here, 20ttr
; might*' be appropriately called "Quinine has urged his suit through the telephone.- Solicitors for Complainant General Traffic Agent People's Line. :Cruder & Son, Kocklete:
land. There the cinchona reaches per New York Sun.





f is a victim of rheumatic gout. A New York woman is making shirts for ,

Senator 1J=1Unds has ado; on which ho 'seven cents a dozen. Dealer inGEORGIA

Bolva Lock wood expects to make a small

dot.Fr,'!i.lent rairchiM of Ol>erliii college, 0., fortune monism.from her lectures in defense of Jlor- PINE LUMBER

h W years of ajre.; ,
The lute czar *s to have a monument in the They say that the queen regent of Spain
: bas asked President Cleveland's wife for her
:Kremlin a osticlg,0,000. photograph.In Of all kinds Dressed and Undressed.

The kind: of Portugal will make a tour of

northern The Prince Kurojie of Wales for his is health.again undergoing I I punished their Morocco by lips.having women cayenne who talk pepper scandals rubbedinto aro Shingles, Ceiling Lath Mouldings Lime Brick Etc. Etc.

treatment to reduce his obesity. I ,
Mrs. Lewis and her husband have been doing
The owner of The London of Times, Mr. Walter -: Europe on a tricycle. They are Americans TITTJSV.I LLE. FLOi: { I.U.A. j '
is now on verge a peerage. of course.; r

Paul ITiilliH'oteaux. the cycloramic artist, Ex-Queen Isabella has packed her carpetbag All Large Orc.lerFillrc.l with Dispatch. Yard and Olluv near .1. T. vV K. \V. Railway [Depot.F. .
celebrated his Lirth-
has jast thirty-eighth
and left Spain once more on an intima
day.Gen. tion"by tho government.Mrs. : (J. HUCKAP.AY. F. T. In''DGE.B.UC .
Roulanjjer has completely passed: out
Charlotte Cain, of Milton Mass.
of existence as far ai the French press is con- ''
tiruvd.21r. 91 years flll. and has a green parrot which is : : .AJBA BUDGrEI,
net less than Ji years of age.Mrs. .
Lorillard, the tobacco man, is huntingin I fOr
Florida with a costly :yacht and several ;. Harriet Beccher Stowe, in spite of herQ.h..1w..1 A.gcn.1s :
1 .T.Cis fowl of outdoor
$ ,:XM lgs; exercise J I '
and arks from five to seven miles daily.
Senator t'orkivH is credited with having I THE LAFLIN & RAND POWDER COIVIPANY.ORANGE
uscdthngallons! of ink in his private cor- Imitation is t sincerest flattery in Eng I
list land elsewhere.. London girls have takento I
n*>i>oii< year.
dressing; : their hair a la Mary Anderson.
Senator Kiddleljerger shows no signs of
a"o. To use an athletic expression, he poems One of the Indies present' at a recent fancy RIFLE POWDER : 251b. kegs $5; 12Ub kegs $2.75; 611b] kegs $1.50;
to IK in very gMNI form. (-. tUllW ball in Denver wore a dress of whito

John James I'iatt, the Buckeye poet, has i satin local newspaper.There completely. covered with copies of a CREEDMOOR : 611b kegs $1.50; ORANGE DUCKING : 6lb} kegs $3.00.

returned to his post at Queen.stown; Ireland, :
where lie i.s United Slates consul. is a rumor that Dr. Mary Walker rhITTS1rILLFLO1R1DA. .
will celebrate her jubilee by returning .
Pasteur' of rabbits year
plan exterminating
byindculating I to the costume of her
: them with chicken cholera has : it lacks confirmation.Miss .maternal ancestors, bin J D B I ] T A.. TTT< 1\1.t
li-n tried at Kheims with success.Kaiser II IIu
Sibyl Sanderson is an American who TITUSVILLE
William has contributed 700,000( j
promises to make a name for her voice. She rjrrxLLFLA.] .
marks to help along the Berlin opera. Itteas
is now in Paris and Massenet has become
the amount of last deficit.
precisely ;year's -
greatly interested in her. -

The Eugenie had the STORE. '
ex-Empress remainsof FURNITURE
Berry, the English: hingmaii;; has executed I .
her husband jurl son removed to Farn-
I1I: jiersons up to the [.resent time, sixteen of
I borough privately in order not to Plan
them having Uvn in Ireland and two in l give ONE MORE HLIDAYI
iv-otland. I I 1'lon a chance to exploit himself.

King John, of Abyssinia, hates the sight, Mrs. Henry Ward Beecher has been very
last.mid nick of tobacco, and he cuts off I! liberal to tho soldiers' home at Leavenworth, I

noses nlltllil's of smokers and chewers in his having presented it with :,OOO books: from .A. Froscxtier :
the Ward's
dOr.luion: great Henry library. I

TIuizio costly private collection of pictures Then are more ladies in Washington at PROPRIETOR. Men's Suits.

in tho west is said to lw that of :\1... ; present trying to get into the departmentsthan I

Nickcixin, president of tho First National { there have been for many years. There Youth's Sllits.Cllildren's .
Dank of Chicago. aro about fifty applicants for every position. ,

Ex-Senator David Slerriwether, of Kentucky Mrs. Reid, widow Mayno Reid, tho novelist Suits.

tho appointed successor of Henry is engaged in writing her husband's

Clay, has recently been visiting Washington I I life and is searching for information of his Parlor Suites Ami all other (::001in: proportion. I am now making room for Summer
lie is Nt't'aI'S old. I life and adventures here before and after tho ,
0001.1awl will sacrifice: a nice line of (;bonds in order to make

!> Governor Alger, Michigan; is said to Mexican war. room Call and examine my. NICE AND SELECT (IOODS.r ; 1
own over 100( square miles of forest laud near II Miss Frances Lord was for years superintendent I .

Ali>oiia, Wring more than r 00,000,000( feet ofstaudi..g of the kindergarten system in LugP I Bed Room Suites, II II -(1-
pine land. Sho claims to bo tho only living woman iI I

I', Carrot is credited with saying; : who has Queen hold Victoria.a public office in that country, I I JB][:=. 1L B.A.UJ.\L.[ ,

1 that any Frenchman who Vould declare war I II save Beds Mattresses
I against (StTinauy while Sloltko and Bismarck I It Mrs. Charlotte Simonton, of New Richmond ,
t lire alive ought; to pro shot. | Wis., has reached tho full term of 100 THE ONE PRICE CLOTHIER, '
year Her only care is that her young son-
ln>fessor" Van IJenschoton, of Wesleyanuniversity :
ho was 81 last birthday- learn to smoke of Indian River Bank TITUSYILLE
j owns one of tho rarest gems of may Springs Second Door East FLORIDA.
like tho-other lad llO-s. ,
; irk tottery in existemv. It is an Athenianvase
which was made 1UK) B. C. Mis :\1t'ukIl''er, a grandniece of Anton

Tlioiv are four won in the IIOU-H? who part Rubenstein and a pupil of Liszt, is the musical i- Ami everything in the FU11XITLTKE TITUSVILLE CASH STORE
II prodigy of Vienna. She is: not yet IS ; ,
their hair in thc.ulilMll'. They are Ilaynor
and Itelmont on tho Democratic side, and :years old, but she has composed the music and line. Cull and see the New tock

J'helps and Line on tho Republican side. I written the, libretto of an opera. j jiHt received. I ] {T & ST I1,411,4I tr,
Miss Louisa M. Alcott does -
i most of her -- I
The l?'rl'lm cmbassatlor at Homo gets
j iOUOn, >ears while tho Kt. Petersburg; and i writing in Boston. There she takes a room I for
RIVER FRONT : Is Acknowledged Headquarters
where she can IKS perfectly retired and quiet BEAUTIFUL
Lomlou tmiuissies each pay .!:;,:-,00. The ;
and with a bottle of ink by her side and a laptablet
*>l ani>h representative" io< to have iT; ,000.
; ou her knee, she writes until her taskis '
Forty-4 a( thousind cluiMihles formed one I' done. ATFORCED Groceries
iX'itiuufthelMges jubikvgifts. The Char-

trl'USI.monks sent. L:''OM, ') in cash, and California I RELIGIOUS GLEANINGS.Two SALE.
si'nt a stair 'lillod with gold dollars.A i AL\VA YS OHAND..

California millionaire named Buckley, ladies in Philadelphia have offered to

says The Irish Times offered to make Mr.Parnell II head a roll of fifty Presbyterian women togive ALSO

his heir, and, on bring rebuffed, I $1,000 apiece toward the Million Re'ief' :50A acres, of high dry land beautifully Italian 'Vi11n Faints
; : :
fund.The. ,
Indian Uivcr.; Gives at leasta
asked Mr. Parnell to name somebody else. situated on '

Prince Eugene, .Sweden. has been I Church Army, an organization of the.Church quarter mile river front. Will be soldat "WittltoDELarcrtT; Lcac1., croscno: ,
"tUllY-I' of England similar to the Salvation least r 0 per cent. less than any land
lug art in I'aris under an inl'o;;. (
lie is recognized under this thin disguise, Army has just dispatched three missionariesto of like nature on the liver. AVe are : and: Boiled L .ii: oed Oil,
I India. ordered to sell, and ell we must.
mid seized. upon by fashionable receptionjjivers. I Tho Lutheran Church consistory of Dresden :!' Cotton; mood Teal: and: Bran.
Address or call on
Saxony, has passed a resolution thatIlCn.ons
All efforts to induce Governor Hill to try lOCcty: G-reiiia.: Food and:
known to bo adherents of
spiritualism 1'Iras. I>. .S\v'c'c'1.
the toboggan: slide at Albany this year have
shall not tie admitted to the
been vain He took one rido down the chute I holy coramuuion. :Manager; For"ti1.izers.

last season, and ho says that ho never wants
another. I Rev. Dr. Judson Smith reports cheering Indian River Real Estate Agency, Full Lin.o: of N"n.i1s.
prospects for Christianity among the Mon
Gen. Lon:4rl'l't, tho Confederate soldier, I gols. The fact that tha number of convertsin TI1TSVILI FLA. is REED & STEERE.
is at his seat Gainesville
living country near ,
China has doubled within ten years, and i -- -----------
(Ja. Ho is said to IK growing pray and old, now exceeds 30.000, is at once a proof that WM. H. SHARPE ALL GOODS GUAKAXT15E3D.Agents .
but ho is active and looks after his farm with ,
Christian work is grandly successful there,
a wutchfull''l'. and is a powerful stimulus to more abundant : for Uowker and Davidge FertilizerClyde's :-:.

The author of the famous forged letters I labors.At REAL ESTATE AGENT .

which caused so much trouble between Russia I tho twentieth anniversary of Womoi;

; and Germany is said to bo Count de Kat- Board of Missions (Congregational Boston, and Florida
FOR New York Charleston
akazy, who was formerly Russian ministerat 170 delegates were present from various partsof

Washington.One the country. The ivports show that the CITY POINT.Lands ,

of the latest of )lr. Whittier's birth ociety has 112 missionaries: with mission
sold time with interest or 2 ine
day presents was a balsam pillow. Th balsam schools in largo numbers in various parts of on long steamship:
which it contains grew by th;:, grave of the world. Tho receipts for the :year were on the lease system, or for
Helen Hunt Jackson, in Colorado, and tho i $123,2., and tho expenses $120,82.1.: Lands: cleared and planted, and cared for The Elegant Steamers of this Line are appointed to sale
pillow was made by an Indian girl. The kith of February is tho day designatedin if desired ; by contract or otherwise.

Hannibal ILamlin refused to don an over- the Presbyterian church for recountingthe I FROM JACKSONVILLE,

bat even during tho recent severe blizzardin past hundred years in the Sabbath I Refer to E. M. IJreese, Detroit, Mich.; SEMINOLE (New) Thursday, Mar. 8th, 1:00 pm

Maine, when the mercury sunk out of schools. The board of publication and Sabbath i Jno. C. Norwood, Titusville, Fla.; IJ. W.and CHEROKEE, (Xew). Thursday, Mar 15th, 0:00 a m

sight. Ho so far compromised himself, however school work has prepared a suitable J. ttrasTazewell Court House, Va.; SEMINOLE (Xew). Thursday, Mar. 22d, 12:00 noon

as to put ou a new pair of woolen mit- special exercise for that day, historical, doctrinal and A. Becker, Montreal, Canada, for CHEUOKEE, (New). Thursday, Mar. 2th) ;:3( a ni
tens."f. and practical. A collection for the whom I have made proves.:

is said that George Gould does not spend | $1,000,000 for the relief fund will be taken in ----- -- -------- -- FROM:: : FERNANDINA ,
serer Hl'l".1r on clothes. He is very i the schools on that day.BASE .

JntnU- ia his taste' and always selects good, LAKEWORTH. Every Sunday Afternoon

plain cloth, but is very particular regardingthe BALL TALK. After arrival of the

of a fit dad His. younger brother Edwin is more j All the Athletic players have signed. LOTS FOII SALE_-in the Xew,Town Florida Railway and Navigation Co.'s Train

The a,1'-11 most 1"llt characteristic of Senator part George of the of Mississippi personal -- i! Dave Rowe will manage Kansas City. of Lake AVorth. fronting on the watersof Leaving: Jacksonville at ::4j p. m.

Indianapolis has seven players under con the lake of that name: so well known
i. an oM fashioned open faced silver tract. for its mild climate tropical scenery and DKLAWAIJE Sunday Mr. 4th VtMASSEK *S tb
watch aL iut as big a a tin dipper, which ho ; .
; SlUlI1a '. \I&r. llth I
list will foot about and tishing. YEMAS: >EE:
I plt'lll1itlllUntin
Pittsburgh up
carries in his breeches pocket hung; upon tho $33,000. The undersigned hare at last yieldedto DEI\w.\fa: Sumlaj, :Mar. 1Mbtl'am
end of a !oi1'otrill' >. last Hiver New York
:; and consented to throw er- arc appointed to Pail from Pier:K
The country breathes easier now that Mike the pressure
Samos the French dramatist is building their land to settlers. To do this P. M.
Kelly has signed. open Every Tuesday and Friday at :3 ,
aneamiIi ivnt villa at Nice for the special have divided lauds into lots convenient I
we our ..
benefit of Sara Bernliardt. The three largest Davy Force is 4G years old and is probably bet l
for business lots winter home? Tinfreight; aunt'p:L..enger oiiimoilation" are unj-urj'.issi-il... }:very attention wilt
and mo>t magnificent: apartments of the the oldest man playing ball. villas: or groves, and will sell at pricesto given basin.. entrusted totliis line.
villa haw been designed and furnished andset Fifty cents admission will kill base ball in suit purchasers: i of the most limited Direct all hipnient from :New York via Clyde's Florida Line, Pier-20, East IMver.
apart for her. Philadelphia.-Philadelphia Press. For further information apply to ,
.1..1. J.YSLIEgl'nt
means. .
.J. A. .STEAD A;':ent.
Princeton class of '?) was the wealthiest The American Asssoeiation championshipseason The above lands are situated: near the ."l'ntaw1iIll.Ia.. '" W Bay .Jacksonville, Fla..
., l;F.VL ACJT:* ,
ever at th*. institution. Its members are now will begin on April IS and end Oct. 15. Inlet. on a beautifully-i ing; plain on Til HO.
roiiMdering. the project of presenting the col- i The Southern League guarantee fund was the (vest shore of the famous Lake 1'. M. IKuNMOXGEU.: Jr.. General Travtliui .\ eul, Jacksonville. Florida.

)'?g* with au elegant bronze statue of Dr. McCo :. reduced from $1J O to $1,000 at the Atlanta Worth commanding;: a snpeib view of VENTILATORS have been constructed on the iron steamers for the
>h, to lv made by II. Gaudens. The cost meeting. the lake for miles of the Inlet: and of Since last season
of Vegetables.
better transportation Oranges
\\illll\? about .\(()l.i. vessels the Atlantic.
i I The Athletics will take a trip down to passing: on
Jam,-" Whitcomb Riley began; his career i Washington in April and show the Senators The land is high and dry. and repays

a* a sign painter and for a time traveled ': that Harry Wright's team is not the onlyI cultivation by an abundant yield ot Oranges Lemon and Limes raised on high pine land.

through Indiana with a patent medicine I Quaker City organization that can play balL most varieties-ot tropical fruits Pine and Guava', Pomegranates', Olives, Perrintmenoeealllt", Peaches. Figy, Pears,

man. II books more like a comic actor than The ball players who have returned from vegetables grown in this section. Sapodillas, Plums, Almonds, Grapes.
a I'o.'t, and he adds many of the qualities of apples etc.. are now yielding; tine cropson
the Pacific slope say that they want no eastern I
the former to those of the latter. blizzards, and in the future will spend this land without fertilizin select choice;::. lots. INDIAN RIVER NURSERIES -
Now is the time to
Capt. Smith Cook who is a candidate for their winters in the Golden State. That cli- ..
doorkeeper of tho Kentucky house of representative mate suits them. Call upon us and see plat. Kose, Poincianas, Hibiscus, Allamanda+, Catalpas, Bouvardias, Jesamints,

supposed to be the tallest native -I i The Kansas City Baseball association has For prices and description apply to Eucalyptus, Euphorbias.

born American. He is seven feet eight j organized under the name of the American CATALOGUE MAILED FREE. TERMS CASH.
inches tall, and only stopped growing seven Emanuel E Heyser or Allen Heyser
Association Baseball Club of Kansas City East Melbourne }'II!.
Indian River Nurseries
Tears azo.: when he was 22 years old. [ with a capital stock of $20,000, divided into Lake Worth, Fla. JOHN U, BEACH, ,

200 shares of the car value of 1100 each.


' THE FLORIDA STAR. I BREVARD COUNTY DAYAT : general good. It i iafe to assert that the ORDER: Xo. 6-The petition of Tho:. I' OPENING TilE RAILROADS( t

---- enthusiastic interest which the people of L. Paine and others for building bridge* .
PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY.PIS I THE this community displayed in the early over Five and Ten Mile creeks wa laid
days of the Sub-Tropical enterprise had a over until the next meeting of the Board, WHILE\I '.
B. WAGER Editor and ftshcr.ii I THE SNOW PLOWS
SUBTROPICAL.Last :, marked and acknowledged: eflect in stimulating the first Monday in April, for specifications r :h
: Sl.r per Annum. : a like enthusiasm in several adjoining from the Road Commissioners of tb.nt
__ The Terrihle Buffering! on H'>4r>l an .) r Ii
Wednesday 14th the counties and that this influence has said district. r :II'
the inst.
i .. '
TitvtrilleSerondCla9 Lnn I .
Entwl at tliPr t Office at twofer: on ; laml "o'1Ili-Th. Cot.rerin .
Matter. 'ii'I I j day set aide for Brevard at the SubTropical brought East Florida conspicuously to ORDER Xo. 7-The Road Commi..-ion- (, ;* tf School ChlMr*n-Rt.r,nin ,&

u___ h_ i i wa everything that could be the front in advancing the welfare of the ers of road district Xo. 14 are inrtuctedto Traffic 4t rhiUdrlphi. = > 'n

make.\ :,;fIU\nfloJonelnchln a column. space; 24 squares I I i wished for, as the weather was cool and i' whole State in this connection. mark view and lay out a road from NEW YORK. March 17 -Ar. vc> CJI!

Forailvr-rti-Ins rates; enquire of the Editor I pleasant, with the usual Florida *unshine I Xo less a personage than Mr. Grover Banana River to ocean bank, along the on .t<"i the New York I; & North ;. the

a!way: enclosing two--- cent-stamp.-- I i I I to make it bright. I II I j I Cleveland himself has been moved to pay line between town-hip-: and 24. and ', .rn railway ye-tenUy taual the el tDtfl

THE STAR i* the OFFICIAL new>paper 'I The many visitors from Indian River a glowing tribute to the natural beauties report to the Board at their next meeting death: of two employeshout b.'ilt:1Y: h* tt rri.I
>wven York.t for Brevard county. i I arrived in the metropolis on the evening' and fertility of Brevard county, and ,
--------- tives h'1,1 bctii: connected to,ether ri) hthrough .h hci
--- -- -- ------round-- ---me--at Ote.- i I before, and by nine o'clock the morning'' to pay it-' people the highest possible ORDER Xo. ,-AW.. X. Hemlry has ; Le heavy now driftsn e p.i -
THIS PAPER k'e : xcep
AdYf'rttJItuBunoauUOSprtlceSr p, ,'.wh a Co'r ndvertt Newspaper ; !! of Brevard Day they could Ixi seen allover !' compliment for their unbounded but un- failed to qualify a* Road Commissioner tionally tar':e drift was reach*!, *al % full\ tut.ierltr
tontracte may Le made tor 11 1V NEtY; YORK. i ; Xo. 1 it ordered that L. A. head of .team the
the Exposition building. The Indian : otentatiouhopifility.. During the limited precinct wa was put on rear lucoinotiv9. Tk*
The Star has the Largest circulationof I I i Coleman be in -tead. The double header went through the
of Fla. !: River Department had been supplied time allotted to his visit there, the appointed his t d t
any paper on the East coast infl like a shot at the rate of forty
: with a fre-h display i of fruit the county and the people made a marked ORDER Xo. !0-All persons who have mils *nhour. ,ireLel3I
I The snow was fon-| into
IT is now confidently asserted that I i i day before, and on the shelves of the I impre ion upon him and his appreciative been appointed Road Commissioners, be cab of the first engine. puinin: th" t

the Blair bill will be killed in committeebefore !I I[ pyramidal stand were ranged specimen I wife, as well as upon all the mem and have received notice from the Clerkof engineer. Edward Jannon. to the Uittom

the House. Althoughthis I : the Board will and ')f pilot house, and he waa; usable to reach 1 Ii!1 1rl
reaching of every known variety of the citrus ; berof distinguished party. The experience please qualify p
the lever to reverse his engines The
bill has quite a popularity in the family, such as lemons, Hines, citron, of the Chief Executive is uniform I place the same with the Clerk of the :, ling between the two locomotives: br'k..n(1 coup Is sad l'

South, it is expecred that it would be I shaddock, grape fruit, and all of the I with that of every visitor to Bre- Board by the next meeting of the Board, Gannon's engine; ran 1klifet upon the tics EtasIJto

,vetoed but it will never reach: the President fancy varieties of the orange neatly yard, and we wish that county no better or their places will be filled by other appointment until a high trestle was reached l. ,when the.
I engine plun; <*d over into the ravm twnuty -
this session at least, I labeled and containing the name of the good fortune than that the proverbial :: *. five feet Iwlow I Engineer (iinn i ORDER Xo. 10-The Clerk is dead from under his ..
grower. "Cleveland luck should follow it in all hereby I picked up 'ngti which
WE suggest to the Fire Department of I j committee look after and : was a complete wreck Charles :McKee, d we6err1
This beautiful exhibit, which i i- under j enterpri-es.: appointed a
our town that they purchase a good and boss carpenter of the road, *h<> gas in the
substantial hand fire engine instead of a the management of Commissioner: Win- During our short stay at the Expo-ition have the iron safes painted in the Court- ':' ::ab with Gannon, wi also 'r.Jls.i.! being -

good, is on the wet of the southern entrance we had the pleasure of being present in hou-e.:; crushed to death. u etcTt.

truck with hooks and ladder The mer- and near to the left of the center the evening when the building is lighted WHEREAS: it ha-plea-ed an all-wise While four engines were pu-hin snowplow "-
the Delaware Lackaw-armt
chants are undoubtedly of the same on .tV( *tern red
hand with about ai-le. Were it not so advantageously 1! perfectly by the electric light.:: The cap- Creator to remove our brother commissioner railway near HaeketLstown. > tr>rdsy. .1Gt

opinion. A good engine I I placed, the attention of visitors wouldbe s I tivating music furnished by the Neapolitan Phinea* D. We-son. by sudden I a huge drift forced the plow to double up J '.'
500 feet of hoe, would reach any build- under the tirst locomotive throwing from For
attracted to it by an immense mo-: orchestra i is an attraction of great andtartling death on the morning of :
ing on Washington avenue with an inex- 1 the track and dragging; the other engine; art
hau-table of water from the river. draped arch bearing in handsome letters merit to mu-ic lovers, while those who Friday, the 4th inst. ; and sfter it, and all four rolled down a tn.foot ff&

supply---- the inscription "Indian River," which like to study art can pass away many an 'rllEIEhi, long; years of public embankment The engines were piled upon ;gads

" ON Monday the House of Representatives extends across the exhibit. Droppingfrom j hour in the art gallery, which ione of I service and sterling character had won ODe another and are all utterly demolishedAll ...tictltJ.
of the engineers and firemen saved their AC
4 paged the bill authorizing the I this sign, the eye falls upon a beau- i the chief attractions of the Expo-ition. I 1 the approbation and confidence of, and lives by jumping; except Engineer Charlet .

ance of fractional silver certificates. It tiful bank of waving feathery fern, pine- ': The display: of tobacco by the El ModtloI : endeared him to thi Board and to all the : Baker, who was killed. ashftiale

authorize the Secretary of the Treasuryto apple plants begonias and various other t!I Manufacturing Company showing:: tobacco I i people of Brevard county, Florida. What Old Pilot Think. Edil3H

i issue silver certificates of the'denominations handsome flower, ju-t below and entirely '! in all stage: from the youngest: :i THEREFORE, it i is Iteolretf andlrf"l PHILADELPHIA, March 17.-It is the opinion
: manufactun-d : that this Board for themselves and for of the Delaware river pilots in this city
of twenty-five, fifteen and ten around which, runs a terrace ; plant to the finest cigars, ,
who are in most direct communication
cents such certificates to be received, redeemed I of beautiful ornamental plant and gorgeous -i i i- a mot intere-tinir: exhibit. The department the people of said' county, expre: their ,s' -b the breakwater: that v& eU'bla went ttoTWi 7">

and paid, and reissued in the blossom: the effect of the whole : devoted to the life of theilk : deep sorrow and concern at his loss. and 1 down during the Sunday and Monday storm

. same manner as the silver certificates of suggesting a beautiful hanging garden. I: worm i is a curiosity to thou-aD(]- of vi-!ii -!1 that the eulogy "Well done, thou good 1 which will never again be heard of. The list _"I'
of wrecks that are known of u incr ue larger denomination The "shin plas By an easy decent the vi-in lightup- i tor- Here can l>e seen the wonderful.! and faithful :servant, appear on record Pilots and others who arrived from wee

ter" will again appear, and will be a on a display of all varieties of the citrus changes the worm that furnishes the : in this court in respect to his memory. Lewes, Del, yesterday, say the condition of ..-

great boon to those who do their small family, which, for size and perfection of : finest fabric of the world, from the time ': Be it further ordered that a certified affairs in harbors at that place which u just .u
within the breakwater been under estimated
dealings through the mail*, especiallyfrom the abundant specimen) exhibited, cannot I of its hatching until it form itself into a j copy of thi- order be forwarded to his The harbor Is filled with "rtckicl (titup

small towns which have not the perhaps, -urpa-sed: anywhere in i cocoon. i I bereaved widow, with the condolence of unknown vessel K. in tome cases bottom i;> ....t

I The taken all in all i ia this Board. ward. The probabilities are that the crews *
benefit of postal notes and money oIlIer I the world. E\po-ition, i
in of these crafts have .
pertoed u .
The whole stand surmounted by.. an I great succe: ; a great credit to the State i The Board then adjourned until the ,I man.many *4T

The Jug-breaking Concert at the arrangement of ferns and tropical plant !:i of Florida, and presentmore of the attractions first Monday in April, 1 .*). ;,,, One of the signal disasters of Monday wag
new Presbyterian Church last Friday 1 the wreck of a large barge on the Hen an 1 i''n
and curiosities this State -- ------ --- --
Clo e by are seen specimens cabbages, !!| ;
> Chicken shoal below the breakwater
night; was an enjoyable event, and the .i Fainter Talks.TITUVILLE just
well filled. The tomatoes egg plant-, bean and pea i i,|I than has ever before been brought: to- :. below Cape Henlopen, and the loss of all or. 'n'I

church was quite pro- They are in prime condition, and were t 1 I {:ethcr. The people of Jacksonville and 'Ii March 15, 18S5. Loan The barge is supposed to Lava keto ..a
gramme started with singing and recita- i : DUtor the Florida Star i! the Hazeltine, bound for Boston, with 1'JWi'
brought direct from the vegetable gar- j the Mate have reason to feel proud of it, : |1
tions by the choir and Sunday school I I tons of toaL Capt. 'Vankirk of Cape May A
dem along Indian River. Guava, both : and we earnestly hope that each succeed- 'Ii From the experience I have had, I'. county, commanded the craft. The captain
and instrumental selection on the organ
an ripe and green, are shown, and[ the much- I:j ins year may -('c it develop more and. wi-h: to explain why some color fade, :1! t&tl"ith him a crew of five men whwbnames ITIl!
:\[Williams.'.. The proceeds of
by and
residence is It
liked pineapple is growing beside other more in its perfect reflection of all -eci which can be plainlyeen here, and it i i- :: unknown. is reported
the evening amounted to about ISO, i that a number of bodies have Ur fruit, such as the pawpaw and banana. ;:i\ tine of our great: State.i this: The fading of color has always : washed ashore.
realized follows From the i
as : jugs on
r On all sides of the exhibits ere arranged I I The number of citizen in attendance been a :ource of trouble and annoyanceto I The total loss in money by the storm at

steamer I'ockledge, $00; in Titusville, in bouquets }hand-ome flowers and orange I from Indian River is too numerous for u- ]iI the trade of painting, and i is not fully the breakwater, not taking into account the KtM
&2'2 individual contribution$45; I damage to the stone piles will be t ttIW, <
amount; realized from the refreshments blo- om*. On an adjoining :stand the | to publish a li-t, for at our best we would I explained in a few word There has and may reach fl.OOO.OOO.Kxperlenre .

elegant pelican kin rug belonging to I j overlook, perhaps quite a number. The never been a compound of colors di- I ft
during the evening, $ol. The chandelier, I on an Oyster Steamer.New .
church Mrs. S. W Fish, of Georgiana, attracted !I j crowd from Indiad River filled three ] covered that would not change when YORK, March 17.-The crew cf the ;JfTL't
which lights the new perfectly,
I Ii onc'1'i attention ; and near by were preserves j j car to their fulle-t extent, and everyone j brought in contact with the atmosphere. I t oyster steamer Jeremiah Smith, of Oyster

i art X99> ; so that a larger amount was realized of all kinds and[ also a number of'!' was well plea-ed with the trip. i II Colors that are genuine in their forma- :i Point had a terrible experience on Long Island
than expected. It N stated that : I -- --- I
photographic views from the tion and are not dependent
on bleaching
the indebtedness of the church when ; ground on a bar near Oyster Point. Theyhad tw
I Every noted spot i included, and many I I'roceetlincs; of the County i ingredient*, will al mo-t invariablvdeepen| i i, nothing to eat aboard, were four miles II

completed, will not be over$200. Duringthe beautiful and tropical -cenere pre- :! Commissioners.' ", in the process of time. The act may be from land, and blinding storm made it unI II
evening a fine wood scene painting, I i I |>osMble for their distress signals to be: seen
: it
-ented. J The Board met on March 5th pursuant ;, ha-tt-ned: or retarded by circumstance from other, crafts. After suffering terribly
donated by a friend to be auctioned off, I I :
i It was intended to have the live mana- I to adjournment, when the following j under the control of the painter ; but I:'I, for forty-ei. ht hours, two of the crew, in u

\\asHild for $10. tee from this county, caught by Yeti. memberwere pre-ent : 31e-sr-. Sander, whether that iso or not, the fact remain -j ..Le' r desperation, took the chances of being It
--- I I abe to row to shore in an boat. The
-It i i3 expected that Mr. K. C. Per- Battles and Zeller, on exhibition at the'I McMillan and Carter, with A. A. Stewart j that the colors will eventually I!' others of th- crew were completely open exhaud I.II'

ham, formerly a resident of Indian Sulv-Tropical., but it died the Saturday before (clerk) and James Bowman (sheriff)) ; 'j change. In a measure, to counteract or .I i !and had laid down to die.
[ Brevard and thin Mr. Win- and the buincwatranacted retard the action it is i The men who took to the boat found them IIt.I'r
1 liver, was on the ill-fated schooner Wm.II. Day, as I following : necessary to adopt I i S el\es without virticitnt strength; to handle '

Stuart, which has never arrived in good expressed it, he was deprived of I at the meeting : i certain methods that will have that ten- .1 the oar, art-1 Jriftt-d about on the sound foiI :

Boston, for which port she sailed in Jan. the pleasure of being a nautical animal ORDER Xo. 1.-Wherea- the time for I II dency. Xow, all light colors are, more j I :ix hour:, when th-y: were diseivered by the

The STAR received a notice about the exhibitor. We found that Brevard i i- I the final settlement by the collector ofrevenue I or le-s, affected by the manner in which i j (with spti1.i:1..f gnat i.ditieulty tug, who revived picked" them th..u.rtd up and

first of January, from Mr. Perham, that attracting her share of the visiting I with the Mate and county having I they are mixed and ued. If in the for- h.nrutg ..tur:;. the tug seat In 3rch

he was going to Boston, and so have the tourist, and our commissioner hay sent expired on the first Monday in \ mation of the ground colors oils and Ja- I .>t th *tr, id l-.l steamer which was ff'cbeo1I C
of them this thi- winter. March l therefore be it re-olvedthat'': have been 'I !f. tliii f<. r.-*.tae the tiv-H men on board fb*
STAR; forwarded there. His friends have many way lIe 'I SS i pans; u-ed to any considerable
I u.eit \\trt' ail ttriitliit. frozen. au i it uthvm
not given up all hope, but the sea alone has a map handy :'o as to show them the I, the Board of County Commissioners extend extent, the tendency will be to darken ;ht that two ..f them willdi Th. I

ran only, perhapstell the tale. route, and with hi- remark, aided by the time for final settlement until '' the outer or more delicate colorbv the I tat..age. to tu.r Smith will amount to n./.JU

--- --- the ta-te of one of our fine orangethe I the tint Monday in May, island a new j j heavier bodieforcing them-elves'il Nearly Tlilrty known- Victim.

Circuit Court. : vi-itor i generally so captivated that he ; warrant l he i..:ued to the collector of i iI through, and more especially where only NEW YOR- March; 17.-As New York.

In the Circuit Court up to last night I conclude to see that country." '!I,. revenue.ORDiI. .I two coat of paint have been applied. I, with its outlying; suburban districts: sluwlysmerges -
from the ne and 'nnw further reports
In commenting exhibit the : Xo. '.-On motion it White-lead when mixed with oil :
our when
the following cases were the most important upon wa- ordered I of loss nt life from the late bhitardcome

that had been disposed of: A % rx Jfcrahl, of the following day said that E. E. Cutter be relieved i placed under coeruch a- inside of in. Jut how luariy jj\.">,r'l., have: suet

that Brevard is a section of Florida, etc., I tax on north-ea-t quarter of north-ea-t houses, will in a short time lose it- whiteues I their fate in th. tea tla t of Li>t Mowliy
On Tuesday the ease of the state \"'. i will not be kii i\\u fur wnue time:!. Nearly
Reuben Carlton, for attempted murder which has always been dear to the heartof quarter of section 13: township: 21 :south and turn yellow, the heavier, denser I; thirty death are, howetT: known tu have

the tourist and which 34 east the double color of the oil the I occurred. alike the
and resisting i an officer, were dismissed.Yesterday playa ino-t range same being: a- : destroying whiteness Th: victims include
important part in the internal economy -e ment. Amount, $'I..nI >.-'. I, of the lead. So it i- with color, when warmly clad inert-bant and the thinly clod
the case of the State vs. 1-: I tramp who give:! up his life while waoderm;
of the State. If it i o s-e-se,l no greater ORDER Xo. 3.-It was ordered that : u-etl on light jobs; the more they are protected gird
an outcast in the torm. It u \ arn
II. Rice and O. T. Kice and
came up, as attraction than that of the beautiful and I the collector change the description of : from direct action on the parent 1! the .non- ifa** (hsal;'{>>*arir'p;. The iiuio

the States Attorney felt that the charges romantic Indian River it would in that E. 1:. Baker from south three-quarters I: color by the covering of the surface, the thoroughfare* hfi.- l.t>en dt'art.'Ol. an.! all butt

could not be proved, some of the witnesses I single feature merit the! mo-t extended : of east half of north-ea-t: quarter of cc- I' deeper and more striking will be the II few side\\.nM"ai"h stn-ets are"i'An uov passable.lllot iu to-day. oil the
being absent the case was dismissed. I
notice which it is I*> :ible to be be-towed: tion ten to north part of east half of change.: The prevailing idea that two steamer PhiU'lohia: lfe n-pfjrted bavintisighted

" I upon it. The inhabitant Brevard I north-east quarterection ten, town-hip coat of paint i sufficient i i- the wor-t i i bat Star buck: yesterday
The case of C. D. Puryear vs. the Jacksonville She was 'att.--I! o hive been l't with
Tampa and Key West Railway county are a wide-awake, enterpri-ing' ; ; 30outh, range 3S east, to correct the kind of economy. Xo job should go'!' on board 'i1.turhud:' was then forty

progressive people ; they are zealous : assessment of same, and he be relieved short of three coatA painter cannot j mil- sout.s_ f .\t.M"4"f rn inlet, running

for the ejectment of the plaintiff from workers in the development of one of the ': of $5 a- an error on the -ame. ; make a job look well with only two coat under jury m a**>.. and with b-i toxin m>*t*
the cnenr Mims :about and a I and art oi tau l .. SO< ''*
year i ? fnYirt tm Kotw
mot fertile portion Florida, and are ORDER Xo. 4.-The following bills of paint, ait will show up in a short j I It'I.-t'I'l'd
half the jury returned verdict of ( chit il assist n"H News was also
ago daily adding to the good name and the ; were audited and ordered paid : while to tell the tale; and again, the I I tLat the P'l-s.n c pdot; boat J. (i Bennett l*

damage for the plaintiff amounting to I fame which the State i rapidly( winning; i Chairman Road Com., Xo. 14, :$02.50.: house i i- not near -o well protected from i|I satat t..1'- i-Hf.awar'breukwatf-r.; The OGI'
$?,;()\ The case will be apj>ealed. I wet and cold. The first: coat should be' Ujut not v..r i. a-d from is the .aptl'1:'.
for itself.In : Dorr & Bow en, 1 book, 4.00.
The case of Ja*. Russell \".. Sarah O. I ju-t: thick enough to keep the oil from j, CoU
Wade and I the early d.iys of the SubTropicalmovement J. B. Mayiurd, election, 12.00. running and to mark the work ; theec- sl1n'.rlu I'ri.n Hunger and
was compromised ettled. ly 17Traffic
when the active interest of J. )L Sanders, county com., 14.00. ond coat should be gentle, heavy ; and : 1LSlBARRE, Pa. March but > *
the satisfaction resumed -la"
much to of the parties interested Philadelphia wa. to
any section of the State was vastly more : \\ K. Sanders, a.; e-sor, 53.50.W. the third coat somewhat lighter, as the1i I II |I York ;i. 3ti.l: cut off Tram on Penoajl01( *

and also the. attorneys, too I important than at present, offering encouragement H. Hunter, road fund, 1t1.:!3. i: fir-t coat are to penetrate, the second '1 railroad twelve! mile'! from Hoz-lton, lure
to fill the pores and form the body, and ; rel **
'! i stuck in a filter foot Jrift. taut were
Prices", of Fruit and Vegetables.", I to an infant enterprise i' A. J. Carter, county com., ..60. the third coat to protect the whoa, acting !i this IL.,( nisi;; Ttt-: pass.-ngers; an.1 cr.w solitrnb -

' Editor Florida Star: I whose success was not yet assured, Bre 1 H. F. Atkinson, deputy-clerk, 27.20. i like varnish on a coach or buggy. !'' fereri :; from told and HUI. t:".

PHILADELPHIA, March 18, 188& yard was among the first to come forward : J. E. Bowman, janitor, 10.00. How long would a. coach or buggy last riootU In the NorthwestFORT .

with the offer of material assistancein ; Ellis B. Wager, 18.00. without varnish ? March Ift-Tb*
A1'i"I Mon.,
Dear Sir,-We are selling tomatoes Sow, if you see fit to publi-h this, 11 i \ABOI E.
this week at $4 ; part ripe,$3.50per box. the work. From the opening day of: Or.DER Xo. 5-Two of the. Road Commissioners will, in your next issue, say something I i ice in the Missouri river is rapidly Lreaklng'up IIJ

Cukes, $1.50 and $2 per dozen. Eggplants the Exposition until the present her display -{I: of precinct .,'0. 14 having about wood fillers, wood stainershard and' a general Hood is already bridge ou PTKiesa. tips
1 Lb Manitoba railroad
same. Cabbage, to-day, $:1 and there has been one of the most attractive [ failed to accept and qualify, therefore it oil, varnishing, etc., and the manner in Teton is ,one, and those on the Mil mer

$3.50 per barrel. Best Indian River in the whole building, and her I I is ordered that H. H. Harrison and II. which they are applied, as it may be of are txpected to be swept off at any momentThe
oranges, $).O and $6 per box. Strawberries ; tome benefit to the brothers of our trade. water in Three River Is using al a rata
35<-. to 59c. per quart. enterprising commissioner has labored I H. Melton be appointed in place of the s Yours \"('IJtruly, never before: known and all trains on the

B. F. IVES & Co. most zealously and continually for the I two commissioners not accepted. A PAINTER western division of the Manitoba road have

been ordered abandoned





HENRY BERGH DEAD. TIlE RECORD OF tt'SSCKS.EVERAL \ \ avoid and began trouble cur, drove Mr.'Fourqiiean on, when the negro, who suddenly to IX EXACTLY TEN MIXUTES. and po-i toeieeti o <5.rLi5 net: is be the surprised first ta elk to in the witness ranks a

'fhe FrI Dd of Dumb Unite and Children drew a revolver and fired the bullet general scramble for the plerf. still vacant
in New York. taking effect in Fourquean's bosom inflicting
Dim -
SE'.ORK., March 13.: Hnry Bergh, th
rbilantbr"Plst'' died this! morninz. POINTS. though he may live for years. I RAILROAD TIED UP. pu.t.-r-' placevacant: aIt is (quit likely

When James Buchanan wa, pident of I j As Skinner could only be sent to the penitentiary I the co.i.pjinv has kept turin TurIoutI: open F $i .

United States Henry D njlj was appointed ,Cails! en the Lackawanna Road Spreail .nd for five years under his indictment'l' The Entire Iain Line of the Santa F -Ten to get Lurk their old and tried men
the Fourquean's friends conclude 1
secretary of the Anien-in !RationatSt two Cars Hall Down a High Kmbaokttieot > take the law in their own hands. There U: Thousand Person Affected-No Reason A General taiingrr's Opinion.

IVtpnshurg. Tt was in 'hs far-off -A Number Seriously If Vot fatally also an indictment against him in the courts i Gl\en-Union Pacific Men to Take aJlan EW'ORK. March 17.-TLo Tribune

Rn i*" c ty that the movm''nt for the UP' Injured-Railroad Accidents here for grand larceny. Skinner was an escaped Condition of the Burlington. Chicazcpttial: ays, tL' gei-tial manager;: of 1

of cruelty to animal l*>gn It wasnottbehumamty convict sent for hou-u one of tLb n.ost imp"itant rail 'systems
up breaking
pressicn BINGhAMTON, N.l.., Iarrti ). -E st- CHICAGO, March Thirty-two hundred
but the t.rulJtwhlrh *>xLrf many years ago, and was a thoroughly bad in the l"Ountq ti.ld tie reI (1 tel >'e>terday I
hound train No. 12 '.he LickH railroad tied
or. Delaware miles of
were yesterday
up tJ U
that suggested to Mr. Bergh his character. that the strike oi the CurllDgtLuO
there work As be UH! te) drive throughthe & Western jumpel: the track ,tTrltey's afternoon in ten minutes by the Brotherhocd declared oft within forty. ift.t Louis He is

future street of St. Petersburg: he was bridge just east of Vestal, five miles Gas: at Canamlaigua, New York. of Locomotive Engineers and Firemen The in a position to know; what the BrotLerbcod

principal with horror at the cruelty: to.-horses "**. lit :>nul the strike Lad ccst the fit

filled which he saw about him. On many occasion .oachw caught fire and were destroyed. gas has been struck here. The gas comes: up I Santa Fe company and all its branches: were road not less thuu iti.OOO.tXXJ thus far. .
ISO feet of
through water.
be would stop his own carriage and The accident was caused by spreading rails brought to a =,tanJ ti1l. A stretch of territory

ixportulate with some brutal driver His The engine, baggage --ar and smoker passed from St. Paul on the north to El Pasoon IT RUNS IN THE FAMILY.A f
Interference was generally ')V"" in "s't>tv, hut a day coach and the I the !:>outh-practically the whole length of Brother of Iternal. the Mexican liaiulit

Russian driven would be terrified ..leepers Path and W8\'Hley left the crack I Prfceelhnl* of the Legislature for the the United States-is now !involved in the llproininv Troublesome.ST. i r'lh
of date and I
saw a carriage stop
when they reprimand from the uniformed "nd rolled off in a r.eaI-'o tit bottom of athirty Sixtieth Day. struggle: that started between the Burhug IxL'is March It'.- I ,tte news from
received a sharp ,foot embankment Hert- Tn th'; uou"e alder the call of .ha >tatespveral Sinaloa Mex. account cf tbe ,
representative of a great government be> caught ton company and its employes.The gives attempted '
bilU were introduced, 1n'lullinHanlhll' I
This absurd Russian awe of govern tire from the itoves ana er ooc a mass of strike occurred. on what is called the capture of TcodoM-o I Rental a

niental authority enabled Mr. Bergh to carry rwl-hot ember tariff measure which was referredto mainline of the Santa Fe. which extend brother of the bandit chief recently killtnl. e
the ways and mean committee; the rest A courier brings disl':1tdlt'.i from the conciliatory ,
en bw humane work without the assistant They n i: M'njzers: crawled out through tb of tht day ,va* devoted to the District of from Kansas City to El Paso, including al I judge of Los Remedies. They state- i

of any l law or organization windows a* i>e .t they could and the trainmen Columbia affairs. Hnn..e adjourned at 4:30. the branches, such as the line to Denver but ,
that lam of bandits headed Teo-
a by
returned to New York. ge' party !
lr. Itj GO Mr Bergh of and leisure. and those who escape injury assisted In In the !senate tariff petitions from the Na- not the trunk lines further west operated by dosco Berna!, were dNtoveird in th' BniMlSo :

B* "a"determined a gentleman to devote property himself to d* 'u removing the badly woundec nefor. the tional Association ,'}Wool Growers and the the company. In giving the notice nc timber near that place, and th:1tt troop of f
ind be rights of animals He called a 'ir" reached *l-em One man i!% believed New England Association of Wool Manufacturers grievance any character whatever were cavalry bad an engagement with ihtin. During -
icertin/ of those in sympathy witb him, and to to havD been burned tc death in the day were presented asking for protection mentioned This was for the moment, at the fight American n&me Gill, who I I"as I' .
Among bills introduced Sherman's least apparently inexplicable, for the with the bandits killed.
,'ured the financial backing of several mend I C(.ncb agreE"ment was
--wealth One of these. Mr. Elbridge I The engine of the train cut loo v ;nd rant making an appropriation for the executive recently entered into between the Several other ot the gang; were killed,

not only bit financia: support. I this city for physicians and extra coachend departments to participate in the Ohio company and the men provides that thirty many wounded and a large uumLtrI.tuti"'tt.' 1-
Oerry. moral and political support. becomingan the passengers; were brought ht re after centennial celebration iu September and days notice shall be given whenever a conference A large quantity of arms and au.u.uiimlion .

but vowed bit advocate of Mr. Bergb's plans shivering in the cold for two hours. many of October. Colqnit. of (.:'>oria. made a long is wanted, and before the men have! were ecured and on the persons of the: kitirsIand I
xpeech indorsing the president's m"': Through his influence bill were ear .li'm with no covering but their night right; capturwl were nun oer
ned through the legislature making otht'ls) followed sit !, after an executive session the company. About five hundred men. in of important papers belonging to 1-\t'110: t

canton crueltv: to animah a punishable The following is! *: list ofjth wounled so he n-\ta adjourned---- eluding both engineer and firemen quit BernaL Theodotca Bernal fought hen>iiii'.lv: ,

offense far as ascertained: Sixty-rirt.t Day. I work. Their stoppage virtually brought to but escaped death and capture, and he bid*

which Hon. David Gray, of Buffalo and hibs a standstill 1 I robably not less than 10.(1()(' fair to become n. powerful and troul le>omoas.
For a' "bile the society was> organized In th senate bills were rt'IMII".1 and plnced" I
worked on in obscurity, but before the brother, who were on their way tc Cuba. on the clil..llliar.Ir.. Hale called np his: resolution I person .. his dead brother was.C'unnibalUni .
-- ------
year was aver an event occurred which both fatally injured.J. to examine into the civil servicehsranhes When i1ie-tioced regarding the strike on in America.WIXNIKEO. I

made it on* o* the best-known institutions P. Tucker, Pullman porter, of New of the government An amendment the A Mi'-on pitem Chief Engineer Arthursai.i
March 17. A of cannibalism
cast -
'.D the cityA York, badly cut and burned; will die. was nff..1 by Mr. Cockrell to extend to a reporter: ,
cargo of turtles had been landed upon C. Coleman, Pullman porter, Buffalo. the investigatioii' int<) the electinns! of IhSC "It ;ial'<>gethr beyond my power to give is reported from Peace lliver county
I last turns out not to h. caused
/1natiou of this action. I don'tI summer : 11)-
the docks and the turtles made fast by bethgturncd badly crushed, extricated from between eats and 184 After coniderabld, dis *n_siou the I you any "!(p
but the work of who Iiecanw"wehti
understand it. The men have not notifiedme hunger a woman
upon their backs and having just in time to escape cremation.Miss Hiiiendment was defeated and the original .
I and I in the dark. ;o" severaL years ago, and has siiicekilled
ipikes driven through; their flippers Mr. It. Webster, Oil City, Pa., each svcrely ) resolution was adopted by a strict party am completely
"AI'" not ordinarily Informed of such and eate'i twelve iH>rs*.\ns. member oCher
the of the and injured.V. Mr IWk of I you :
Bergh ordered arrest captuic vote. spoUn in advocacy his hill
own ftnily and others. She was aliveat
I nurhinke, Cleveland, O., badly cut on United I thin:''
the entire crew. for the retirement of State legal
last from Edmonton. The IndiI.I
accounts -
I sir. and that is what makes
the head "Always: yes,
When the caso came up for tritil newspapers I tenders, ot<: He attacked Mr. 1t'nl1i1fnr and halt-treeils that
were full .)f it. Some of them ridiculed I J. J. Zimmerman, Buffalo, burned 01. the his responsihility for the detnonf-tiZHtion of I the matter still more unintelligibla (1oa'tf : does
understand it all ated the :hiaf. "If the guvermtmeat not arrest and punUh
side and knees. rep
tb) icJM of "bringing a turtle into court"Toe hilver. Mr .Slier ma u responded in his own f her for this crima
Miss Plant Hamilton Ontario bruised and the company has not broken' Its agr.imant
line of argument pursued by the defensea : .1 fell"fA. i

that of ridicule. The counsel for the do ''it. In the house Mr. Bland reported a bill with the men, they have done" wrong 'vrl 'I Ii4N..,\v HtJall Completed.D .

'enss ven look the pround that a turtle wa I I I II IJdvel i-s I. New York, severely crushed limiting; the coinage of the double eagle to "Xr I must ilfer the conequenc, i D} \\ i. .1., March 17.-Tho last roil

lot"n animal Mr. liergh pleaded his owr.ama. and cut. *>r cent of the gold deposited in the mints I The fitMieral Manager/ SurprUe I wa !.,"'ai-d 'ulast spike drivel oti fEte

lie took the broad position that thA F P. Kulrn: Dunkirk, N. Y.. beaQ cut and niitl discontinuing: the coinage of the thiee TOPEKA, Kan.. March 17.-At t:& p M, I Deim I. 'icA... & J.'ort'olth raiiru.i'1

tnton indict ion of sulferiri" is a crime, afar: hurned mo>t serious. dollar and one-dollar gold piece calendar. I jeter'lay, J. 1<'. Goddard, general manas-- I Wfli.xiMo, .>t a point twenty miles south cl

that any fiwitwl thing which feels: U entitle Jt Morris Link, tianduslty:: 0., fracture of the :Mr. Springer reported the o'niut u... bill for of the .:At'-hison Topeka & Santa Fe .ireceived '. [Vi.vt ....4 O.t-ncith cf Foil Worth Denv -

-> protection The (f5..I went against iiiin clavicle und two ribs. time ,mission into the Union of I hiknta. the following telegram at his 'tIv ht,\' l.:&" an air line from Fort Worth I '

li'it be had made his plea to the entli readingpuhlf. n V. Sullivan, Buffalo, contuslot of tbo Montana, Washington and New Mexico, ie in Topf'ka: : tl ar.0 thrift tuoush Texas fa the Gulf of

and lintiiIIsted upui. h!. .."I. n eye, and severe bruises. erred to the committee of the v\ h.u.: hillWt'rt' ', "ToJ. .'. '5oddard: :

vast mi ml MM' of supjJorU'rs.Tb I Lawrence Sullivan Elmira, contusion of lejiorteil for the erection of public "Engineers and firemen on banta t.sys -.-

HOI-IJ has gun on rapidly nnrt pros the shoulder, and scalp\ wounds. I buildings at (Jalesburg, 111., and Davenport, tern quit at 4 this morning. T. COX ROE." Mijct'O O 1

perouly.niiv, and the Society for tnt l'if .lames Macey, Cheyenne, W. T., gets lortH, for an appraiser's warehouse at To which Mr. Goddard transmitted this

venti' t(> HIH Cruelty to Ar.imaN MUUluanchts r-pal contusions. Chicago; forms public building at Ft. Worth, reply: _

in every part of th.. countrj i* & I'. L. Graham London, On, scalp : Tex the Orosvenor resolution 1'l1th' fotebellion "TOPEKA, Kan.. March 15. ISS -a t Q" SHa

legitimate outgrowth; of Mr. lter::b'% uobtet .5,,11 wIll. : records was reported back ""'l ToT C ,nrop, Chairman Grievance Coramlu p-I- 1-

f,ik Many others were more or loss bruised mi'lupte.l; :Mr. Grosvenor addre. ged: the h. i-> | X., T. & S. F. Railway, Kansas City; 1 S 0c.
-,----- and cut, but were able to take care of them | In explanation of the resolution. itt' .v.-:.:0 thi afternoon I receded your c.t1 cr' 0 0O

A VARIETY ACTRESS AS5AUALTED.Effle I stives.I I II i tc'!.';.i am, notifying me that the engineers + < Q
The wounded named are at the city tins Sixty-Second Day. an.l firemen whom your represent would : igIijb

Ellli Struck In the Fare With llottlw I pital, and are receiving medical aid and J Jexery In the senate petitions and memorialvftf quit atI:: () to-day. As we have faithfullykept (fQ t-r-I m (J'Q i

of Carbolic Arid.SPRIXQFIKLD possible care at the company's rx- i i iI..nse. received and bills introduced Mr Brown every written and verbal agreementmuJe CD c.+ -'
Mo., March !.">.-Eflie Elli-s of Georgia advocated the passage of Ins : with your organization, your action u too0 tj .

alias Clara Hastings, a well-known variety The passengers lost all their hand baggage resolution offered January 4, for this rep'i'tl a surprise and 1 would be glad to know on + P < Q 0 'I.

actress of St. Louis, and mistress of Fcntou and those in the sleepers their money and I .>f the internal revenue laws The under l what ;grounds it is taken; also, do you intend ; t.rj: to-o\! !...J. CD (1) -

Cor arrive here on a train early yeteida;, jewelry. The passengers say that No. 12 "nluation bill was considered without action thai it shall cover passenger train service a' 8 t-I O 1'1 Ul Eu

morning expecting to meet Cox at they was sent out from Buffalo last night, loudly I A ttet executive session the senate. ii 5.;l'! well as freight J. F. GODDAnfc j c.+

a-lveitised to be the first train through to en adjourned. + 3/2
depot She was met instead by FtmlouVfather p. I llnrlington Cars the Cause. c. f'0
Dr. Cox the United St.-iK-s New York without delay, because of the r In the house Mr. Carlisle presided A bill p Uld ;) Ill
George ALBVQUERQCE, N. M.. March 17.-All the
storm. Several are ouUpoken in the belief wee passed granting the right of
pension examiner for this district The way engineers and firemen on the Santa Fe s.y' Ul 8 < +
that the accident was not caused by the trough Ft Riley military reservation m '
physician forced her into a carriage, ami CD 5-
Atlantic & :
tern including the Pacific wentout t :
eati iu rails is claimed the ..isato the Kansas Valley Railroad '_" 0 CD .
ifter had driven short dtntance, h" -pi ; as by com \ 11I1o.1elY -
they a I at 4 o'clock yesterday afternoon. !\ot. --' CD
itruck her In the face with a bottle of carlnilir I pany's I officials here, but due solely to thellumy The committee on elections repotted wheel is on either road except otpassenger :=: j 0 jJ)

tell The glass was shivered anti the con nature of the day coach, which is said 'i. time Illinois contested election CUM of turning trains in transit at the bcui so j S ::

eentrated acid ran over her facu and IlOI Oln.* 10 have been old enough for retirement. U'urthington vs. Post, confirming the right: aivd which are to be taken through to dw Ul CD I-'
..l Post! to his seat. The district militia bill ..... 0 Tn V.J. I-'
It penetrated the wounds made by the glft t I Ran Into an Open "Y." llnhu.: '.J c.+ CDI t>
and burned both of her badly tu-\t ill, a National Guard organization was <*'>Msiaered -'
so Op., QUlF
eyes MONTROSE, Col., March 19.-Thursday It i> understood at this point that the cause
and went over. Senate bill reducing +
be will lose her
sight. of he strike ou the Santa Fe was because Ul CD p.,
east-bound Salt Lake
I mm ning a special eI \- h.e for to fl was passed. A Mil
The 111'1Va.> finally rescued by an olirand passports tin requested the men to haul Bur CD
the Denver & Rio Grande into ( 'HlI'any P
ness on ran .
't-ft-rring a cotton claim case to the court "f
takea hotel where she lies in n ('1 uleal
M liii' tou A committee of the engineers t:
mi "Y" about a mile east of town. TtltI > cars. 0
open 'i i:.illS was discussed until:50 m wood
condition Dr. Cox arrested and ieiMJttd p +
was .
waited on the of the road and informed c. t tj
lii in of manager
I st engine, charge Engineer Camp
I $* ()()(J hail. Only the sending out | adjourned.
on >, U-ll and Fireman. Samuel Stohl, was throw hm of their determination The3aiti.ti' td tS:
of fals ie|>orts as to the girl's: condition, .. Sixty-Third Day. told the committee that the int r- (J'Q !: "
>u its tilde and completely wrecked 'I li j d tIJ ..
ttted Coi hum the hands of .1 inol lie litrld lit was caught between the cnl. tIIll I In the senate a letter was read from a pension staie oomnvice law compelled them to handle I-' r- CDhg
'ntlj Insane, made so by the ctinit1tiOit I'tiiliii. This the men refuted c.+ c.+
lender, and instantly killed, his neck l-em< attorney in Washington, asking a fee of ton cars. Q
of his ant. with the woman. token, legs crushed to a pulp and his tuolitd an ex-soldier for the passage of A private to dTl.ere ai e 2,000englneers and firemen o 0 P' :i ._

POOR COREA. ...:.- beyond recognition. The engineers bill. A large number of bills were reported, r>n tit J-antu Fe and about one thousand ontue 4S

"'&: thiowu under the engine but e'.eapwi including one for the admission as states off Atlantic & Pacific who have stopptu S -

fhe is low iii a Death Struggle With Clilua with M\orul severe scalp wounds. Whthington and North Dakota territories ''tI'L.. ? p' r t I Io

for National KxlsteiucPORTLANU I i Mr Teller spoke on the president's t-mlf The Union Pacific Men. :i ,. '

Ore., Match 10 --Tly a 1irivatedispatch I Wrack In Mexico. I message Consideration of the unleivalut i' AniLENK. Kan.. March 17.-Union Pacific CD
just receivwi it is Imrntil that LAREDO, TeL, March 10.-Intelligence I tion bill was resumed. Eulogies wei..* 'irli\. !1.-
ir'-i here list night 01a freight:
Judge O. N. Itamy, who itneunl tbtl ap ha reached here of a serious accident, red on the late Representative Mottitt 'If i'- ';-formed of the strike on the SanU Fe ;

poiutnient I\f ill'lot".tClr general of customrfor Wednesday, On the Mexican railway, fifty I Mulligan, by Messrs. PalmerJPaddoi'k di.dStockbri .Ial'-II that before morning the engineers on Live Alligators Wanted. I

th, t'"rl':111 gu,ernUll'ntf.arl)' thiee miles south of Saltillo. A construction train de, and at 4:30 p. m. the s nalp a.ljourned u..- I'moi. Pacific would leave their engine.Abandoned .

Tears ago; ha-- tendered his reMgimlum, to \\u taking a large number of Mexican I I

take efftot March SI. lit additiun to his: I"Lo'l"1a from Saltillo to the end of the track I In the house Messrs. Thomas (Wi ; ..
duties as insK.ttor genend rustoms. Judge Oi.o tam containing thirty men, jumped thHack ( liS.) denied certain newspaper ref. t Kan., March 17.-At 4 o'clock \VEVILL PAY I

benny held the ]xv itiou of private legal ad- biid rolled down an emhankmt>lIt. j! .< its about their relations with tock "I.| .-. .i to-day all of the engineers and firemen of

,IIt'r! of the king of Cora Declining health killing MX and seriously injuring twenty. I ITi.c I la'orA resolution was introduced nl l r"> freight and switch engine ea tbe fcanta Feat
Each and ctojes
.id pohiiitil 1 comillcatlon| > are tht ott-asioi. trau.vus under control of the contractor I 101": td calling; upon the postmaster! ;:eoie' ii' this point, left their cabs. Twenty

"'In, uviKIIMtionJml \itt th. company is! not responsible for the tci lufonnat'on in regard to his oidvi !I.' .. : ---
j Ditto at Emporl, Kanlu.
I Corea is Ion hit-lit. mill' American dealers in seed ft for small Live Alliators!
,:r IVnny in his letter says just : \ ig; omit mm-i ": Em'ORIKan.., Maich 17.-Tbe Brotherhood ,
now t-1I<;a wl in a death struggle almost, Pacific. i Cniuulian malls on the ::-Htn c-fii--'
On the Fe at this
engineers of the Santa system
*itb riuna. for National exi tt'hce. The t"lIl1adlanllt'lt.lers. The emIiergemivy Ij"th-'II '> In htt o f Fite 'n f'nil riirnn1..
SAX FRANCISCO, March 19.-A freight: I point abandoned their engine: it 4 o't.lukI :
ling; of Coiea was very loth to accept his bill, a-s aineiutcd by the toenata, > .;e.I."lll
train on the main line of the Southern Pacific I yesteulay. afternoon.
tesigl' tion. but Denny acted on the advice down sie railway while backing a grade WANDELL & SONS
uf b'bit'lln"The American minister has I The Situation on the Iturlingtou. : ,
near Colon, Wednesday night ran into ________
COtiseOti.d to take Judge Denny': place.Uuiteil some cattle which happened to be on the AN ILLINOIS TRAGEDY. CHICAGO, March 17 -Tbe Herald says: A 2:>, Pine St., JarksoiivilltN I'It.45it. .

Denny iS State, consul general at track. The caboose was overturned and all - report however, well authenticated was current .

Tientsin fir a number of years He will re the other cars piled on top. The inductor, A Varm Hand Commits A Murder &hicl i lat evening to the elTect that the eastern

turu tc |aland. Ore., his old Loiue.iu I named McUuire, and Brakeman'ami Miter His Sweetheart ami Then Suicide stockholder* were beocmmg disssalisfiedW.LJ Articles of Incorporation of

Dixox in. Maicli! -Samuel WL.. the condition of affairs on the Burlington '
were killed The cars caught fire, and thirteen the Halifax and Indian RhCl. '-
of tnem loaded witli fieight were meyer killed Geoige Albright, shot Bai ba.a It was stated that -cvcral stot-kht.idois. .
Ihnlt'tl a nrlft-\lhln: burned. Albright and hltJhb brains out l>efoi% .1 in New York, whose entire means acre invested Railway Coinpanj.

DERUCOUlL, March 1?.-Mrs. John IriK-hing arty could get to him, ye>tcrd., in Burlington stork, had det.imc'i into Ue it known, that Me ahee ran'''" are .. ilwnbnlhereto.
1I agee of South CHit street, was buried iu .t :\Ibplac"'tl Switch. incining, nenr Palo, in Ogle county :lI'lltul the United States couil lot the ap-- base foriutd mid l'l ;all'ltlu,1 by tttnprestit8 >

*?* dntt on Monday afternoon and her -lIlTJ.: WATER, Ariz., Match 19.-As a Whitemeyer was a laborer on Albright'* l"<.intment of a receiver tor the ro.d 'J'heu&I.amnt' do form aDd or iriize turMn
!tiody' bli't not yet. been recoered.: David freight! train approached here fiom the ea .t farm. He, fell in Jon with Albright's si'.ti. ". : were as stated that the actions of Legislature-of. und the-r:otate the 51rs.IitIas cf, Honda.of aJl/r an
UTUfcud Tom Davis milkmen, ure luiss-; Wednesday, on the Southern Pacific it was Bailmra, amid iu cotisequenfe Wall'IIII'H'.1 oil Le pienent otlici tls were calculated to injurethe 19: Hi*". entitled .. all act to vrotide in gt-Derallaw

lag. ati il u h teaieJ thej* have perished. I derailed by a misplaced switch. Conductor the place some tinio ago Ye..tfnio1j in-Jii.- ;i" .'!jvrtimpair the revenues and pro tor the incorporation I.f railroads arid cseas., aUtI

-- -- John and Brakeman Harry Smith Wet e in- ing he returned to the faint fur his clothes xei't rh- tiuiisartion of a profitable business, any act of said,, LezifUture amendatory luanitainiug theretofor and

I'upri* in Driuuiul.PHILADELPHIA. I *tuntlj killed, and several cars loaded with He went into the room where tl.e, Widow i from huh: the stockholder Ueiivoi their O-f>ratitK the purr a railway" of for couMrnctiiij.pi.blieUMs( iu the( \eyaiice

March I?.-The train valuable freight for Califoima, were debtrovcii Albright, George and Barbais "ere busy nt'f tit'.I incomes!> in the shape ot dividends.. It 01 person* and proJ'f"rt ..
&rritin g from the New York bious-ht t.\er of amid a-d ad and its am :dm.-fitaitbetLarter .
the I bv fire at a cost $15OiK with their morning's work He ge no \\a> alv alleged that fan.ou hlimncjs were We adopt accept
n York of Mid cniioratioii and III rstLiutn.ity -
for the last! foui days.
Jo iJ'Hii Irom New \ JIIC 1I.1-\\"erinfC '
of what lid but on way
I JUDGE LYNCH. warning pu'pcwl doing! thereto luaVe and sign tb.aiticIts of iucoiporatiou. -
them e"il'cYl on CLotnut treet are M lim;,: --- drew his pistol and fired tEase tlllat rti-tain parties to commence 1'1'.H-ceding: iu The name of Mid corporation i. tb.r Halifax -
fur from ti\f' to ten cents each a> fad ju I the United States couit witbu. a fcv days.Ai.other and Indian iner KaiUay Company. Sid railway
_\ Negro Desperado Hanged hy a Mob atllopklnsville George. killing him at once. Tfc two women
lly t.hi. UIM thfui out. I waiici.Ut.-(l u th. effect in to I-* constructed. niairtaiufd and operatedfrom
the house and hb repou
i KentucUj.HOPKIXSVILLE ran screaming tiom the city of latnna, in Volu coutty. to a-
T.'alhc (;enerall)' Ile"llluc'tl.htlUDELf'HL i KMarch lt>.John fired once after tLem The bullet struck that a number (,f rn"rcnar.i ,*ct* luiftestingthenutlve point ou the Indian IJner. 111 Dre ard conctr. a
t,) effect a ,elUen-ent of the distance of about uty lullec. said railway will l..
Barbara in the cheek and ranged back to the:
\, March 17.-Huilicad talliic Skinner a coloied desperado, was lynechd- in the ('(\untiu of Voluna
found tb.. base of the brain. WLen the girl fell White 'ti ike by arbiti&tion. Th' iopt>rt states constructed and operated
city hu"f'rv generally resumed here at 2 o'clock Wednesday aft'I'lIll\m by and Brevard. in the State of Flori a.
and igu of the great storm are fast disapPring. 2t11) masked men armed with Winchesteix meyer turned and went into the tarn wherebe that Mayor Heche, Professui: h"mg and The capital tock of Mid coniiany i. "i* bnr-
shot him elf through the brainA Capt. W. P. Bi&rk, will be i. uea a:< tbe arbitrators tIred thousand dcllars < 6W'.OOO). di ;.ded into anthrneaud
To'day it is expected that nearly A rope and a cherry tree finnixLeil all the each.
the matter. What avcte&a such shares of on- hundred dolUi
t\'Uythlll "ui normal condition. Skinner \\a. in the party of neighbor at once gathered, m
:; resume a needed apparatus. Ih directni of said rompany. who shall in a nape-
SlJ.fI'erlul county jail under indictment for ->lH>oling to intending to hang the murderer. but when a movement would make can ouij bedeter- Its affairs for the Cut year cr until their ."(C\ooo.Ir-
!\ <<>l >(')Iool Children and Tt. her*. kill Ballard Fourqueaa while the latter wasretaining they found him ho wa dying in a pool of mined alter the parties interested have are chosen, are fl'e in Mimler and fLew zaniesand :

(if w BRITAIN Conn., March IT A partyxchildien home in his wagon one cold afternoon blood in the stable. Barbara Albright mayrecover agreed to submit their case to arbitration I'bl"f" of residence\VUITE.are a. .followUTI.EY Onnoi':d.
L started for school Monday u most critical which at piesciit tLty do nol stem anxiousto
(,1& last December He gave Skinner a seat although her condition : | FRANK Vf. SAMS. Xew Smnna,
:iOflhing. Tw'<> have been picked up at, the in his sehcle.When : The Albright family is widely known do. WILLIAM B. WATSON, Jaikaonville.., ;
tley *orkj, death. The The Tribune : Are the men beginning SAMUEL B. CARTER
almobt frozen to had reached the place at which throughout this iectiou of the ccuutry and I says
, ;;r$ are still missing. Miss Termaya they the' frightful tragedy has caused the utmost>> ;, to see tbe futility the fight Five of JOHN T. 8ALTEB. Xew.Voik City.
down the
her )> u$ hung, Skinnejr 2Qt on pike March 1'.18S tSom.'I ; .
md one of her Assistants, were COlD esclt m lIt. 1 the triLeie asked the Alton for



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ST.T \E1VS. I table truce between tale: opp.>lag: forces. I President Cleveland has adopted the habitof I CARDS. I;

t i I ..,...... .. .,,,
I IH. -C. F. Holder American Magazine.should I slipping away from his desk for half an -- -- -"--

II hour at about dusk for a sharp walk of two I : A. GINGII.IS,
F. :Mancely: now a resident of Jacksonville I L j r
miles the of S. H.
unfrequented portion
has fifteen planted in watIcrmdon. Have Known IJeiter.Verily : I RAY
the uest end lie is said to have already re- I
*on the farm bought near Chaircs tiiis! age is not that cf tae! in : du:x-d his weight; about twenty pounds. ; AffT-AT-UW; AND NOTARY FHBLIC ,
I genue A lady whose fortune not admitting
twoyear.s ago. He has almost twentyacres I ( f her riding in her own equipage: Millionaire Fay, the eccentric American 1 Rock Ledge; Florida.
CHI who i, himself veritable -- -- --- &lr
in fruit and nut treecomprising: i! and having a numherof"isits to pay, did US. ; building ------ Successor to J C. Norwood
castle 11 tl.e air ri Mexico: : says that when I A. MrCKOKY. and Co.
some rare varieties the growth of which : 33 the\>t of the world does in a similar I I completed his Semiramis palace will be a I a! Itr I

i* constantly adding to the value of a plight and took a cab by the hour, herI' more vrond:rlul construction than the ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. ; I,

be his 1ca- young daughter accomI>anyi!!accompanying her. Vuidary; &a"u,t'n led gardens in Babj; Ion.ilobtrt TITUSVILLE, FLA.Gen'l .
which .
place may Mime day i i
Economy rompted brief Cc.lls. but at ono Miami i, Dade Count Florida. Sc
of the col-
hj.ualls. who was the last
ant country home among the hills; of house she remained longer than this : I ,
:' cnl rae to letue from membership of the Ta\e for non-residents: paid. Titles t

Leon. "\oung Ill.'r- deemed at all advisable, li >u>e of nvivtitatn. is pushing; his claim I examined and .\b-tral.t- fl1rni-hroII:1\- i t

and on returning; to the C nTi ig3 was for a IH..SIO 11'u account of his famous caps I t
of the cigar Ab-tnict of the
At Quincy George Hughe-: : ing ju-t completed :
sharply rebuked by her. 'Eut it vrasimpossible fire of tin'tafeilerate steamboat Plantern c
factory firm of Hughe-: A. Co., wa: { to leave Miss I Recordif Dado County. !,
: was very Cli-rl
severely cut with a knife by Edward F. entertaining,*' said madame li mere. Union oSiceis GAULDEN, T fJ fI
Pittr.ian, who p is at the head of a cigar j "Xe\er mind," replied littla mademoiselle ----- --Itracf I. i I Merchandise
'-I should think 'uu\l Lr.ov better p.
' fact last Saturday lIi ht. :Mr.: Hughes ATTOR.NEYATLAW.Titu : .
ry, than to waste a SC\"l>lltv- i e cent ride ou You are feeling dej re-sed, your appetite -

i it doing very well. :Mr.: I'ittman has I a t\ventv-fi\e cent "omanBoston! i i- poor, you are bothered with headache >xille, Florida. i

given bond in the -um of $IOOO, to aj- i Herald. you are fidgetty, liervuuand gen t

pear :tt the next term of the Circuit er.tlly-out of sorts, and want to brace up. JO i:< & WILLIVMS, STORE. 4

1 P.iSntirjj Palm Leaf Fan IJraee up, but not with inuilantprinir_ I
Court charged with a auIt with intent
I The everlasting enamel paint with lnediciileor, bitter which have for their ,1Honu'f-aC-.41u': .

to murder.A which the icorating! Engh woman basis very cheaphNky, and whichtim- j
'' Tiuiille. Ktoritla.
colored man named Richard: Ilcatty, I now covers. everything not lively. enough Mate you for an hour, and then h'\"l'i' __ _________ ________ __ __ I,
to escnjio from her, i- einplmttl eon in condition than .
' G3 years of age, who liein District No. j palm leaf fans to IK carried with e\ening i you What you wore want is an aletrathe that will GEt )1. ROUIIINS, I I prupoce to tet'pFirstClass

7, in Suwanee county, is the father of :38 I costume. Th- enamel hardens} them, and purify your blood, start healthy action of : I

children. lIe was! a slave, and had five they wear very well and with the decoration '! liver and kidney, restore your vitality. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.: I I

children on romantic plan )before he of a ribbon bow they look well, and rice renewed health and strength, : 'ffrusvll.l.l:, Fi..v.TT I A Stock
whether ornamented with flowers cr not. Mich medicine will find in Electric
i a .YOU ,
married his first wife who bore him 21 !
And when the owner is tired of ono Bitters: and only ;)) cent a bottle at any r. ATKINSON.

children before she died. He then married color shy can coyer it with enamel of a I drug !store on Indian Ili\er. .

and last wife and her different hue and be newly ('tluippet1.o.ton .- :
his second by --- - ----- ----- -- JUSTICE OF THE PEACEFor --, ,1GROCERIES-'-

has had 12 children, and the end is not Transcript.1'__ __n______ __ GI\'e Tlieni V C'lmurc I the Second Juice District of Dre- :t

yet in view. Geo. B. That i is to say, jour IUMJX: : A: No all ; ,.anlcountv ; Court day-, third Monda\! .

__ I Rumph. your breatliiiu ;machinery.; Cory Lyon : of each month.

_V ffiiooil Itc'SiK'iIj tor L"u2-h%. duiful iehinerit 1Not tin 1 lirerair

I A FULL LINT: orGENTS' -passa'es. but' the thousand- little I ) :Gi: V. liOXKEII.:
Many remedie-, at one time and another !
f FURNISHING GOODS. tubes andeaxities It-adinjIVom) them
have been proposed for the -urgi-
When these eloiiired and} l'wkt.'ll'with } l )
cal condition following the application I which are ounhtnot be there Justice; of the Peac; and Surveyor.
matter to ,
of excessive heat to the body, and), while I I
r' I your Inn :s cannot half do their work. I ('an liuiiisli tin highest
-ome of these are of valuetill all are I I And what they do, they cannot do well Mir\e> trnfiilot ikota atofomiHti'iicxus '
more or les unsatisfactory. The alleviation I' ui.rrrNUIMOI: : DRY GOODS
of the pain and suffering attendant I i I 1. Call it eold.coimh croup pneiiiuonia. i icatanh ot public lall\: ),.;. Tenn-foi HeM work plattin,
1.I anti all lainl
eonsinni'tion or allY of the family ctleulutiouper day or auj ,
burns is one of the mo-t important I .
1 part ot a
upon l
,d of throat and no-eand heath andlunobstruetioii" ) .\.
points in the case toward which the surgeon ;"
d all bad All oimht to
11 directs his effort The shock from ','I "), lIe :got: rill l ot'. Then1 i is -lust one sure ) m JOHNMNOCKSHU'IT.. NOTIONS

e this to produce cause alone death i is, sufficient and always, oftentimes i is great., ( \ 'j\\k L/// '* A I tray; to :get: rill of t them. That i i... to takeUoschoe's ;' 1. ,

Accidentally I recently discovered: a remedy I ( ;t.'rtlliB.yrul.. whii-h sinduugist \ {' Justice of the Peace, I
ill sell bot-
\\ you at 73 cents a I
which is easily applied and exceedingly -
ins its tl,,'. Kvesi if ferthini:_: else h.'x failed And Notary rullich'tate-at-I irjre.; Court Moils" Ladies' A. hileh't'I"".
) action. I was
prompt day M Saturday of month. Fla.
\ouou may depend upon this f for eer- ,
called, in some haste, to a little child : tain.

about three weeks ago who was badly -- -- I IIXfitoiiient R B. Hl"HClIFIEL1.
burned about the hands and face from / in Texas. I SErGES.I

the falling on a hot >,tove. The Lure ; HESS. N I RTSjPND ( ;rent excitement has been caused iu i j COUNTY SURVEYOR. .

were deep, the )pain excessive and the LINEN the vicinity of Paris, Te\a, by the re-1 i

shock very considerable. I sent to the I FINE maikable fl>CO"l'Qof Dpr..1. E. C'orley, Order by mail wiil recehe .t... prompt

drug store for a mixture of lime-water, LLARS &CCG who was so helpless he could' not turn in !i attention a-. calls in per-on. -

olive oil and carbolic acid. While waiting bed, or raise his head; everybody said he Address: Georgiann: Fla. I

for this, I prepared to give the child *EQVAL1L. was ding of Consumption.} A trial buttie i I

a. hypodermic injection of morphine, of Dr. King's: New PNcou'ry wa-l g F. G'ILtV.Watch .

with which to allay the agony, which I ent him. Finding relief, he bought a ]' II I :BA TS

was so great that convulsions :eemed im HOKIKT m IST.S large bottle and a box of Dr. King'-New" Maker and Jeweller.ALL ,

minent. While I was getting ready todo Fresh Gnrdoii I Life Pills; by the time he had taken two I

this, I espied upon the shelf a bottle Seeds boxes of fills and two bottles of the Dis-j I WORK \\AKUANTKI. I

of pinuseanadi: >ns is (colorless). 1'cmciu- Sold) at Philadelphia) Retail Price. Will covery, he was well and had gained in ; Shop at John M. Uixoh's Drug Store, Titns\ille, 1'la ,

bering its wonderful soothing influencein make special orders and prices to I fU-h th5rt\-six |H>umK 'i I

acute inflammation- concludedto partiesanting Trial lh ttlc-ot this Great Diseo\ery:: for I Patents 1'. \. I.KIMI VNN.ahiu CLOTHING
\\ :;ton It.
try it. Taking a corner of a soft handkerchief in hulk. I Consumption tree at all Drug stores in : Send for Circular. 4"j

I the Tititsville, and on Indian River. I )
rapidly painted injured !
Geo. B. i \MON1II. No "''II'lil'f'>t' .V
parts, when, like magic, the pain cca-ed. Rumph. I ----- --- ---- ------- -- $350 halue to 11I"1l'I'J'j: tor

You well and W> I{ ritorj at pure. 15. S. Lande bai u (It.r-I
can inagine my surprise Titusville, I'l.i.O A NEW & USEFUL DIGRESSION. Newark. N. J.
delight at the result. I directed a cam ,
-- -
el's hair brush to be purchased, and had S. I'tHn.I GEO w. 1'orr.Ki ; \V.\NTKI >.J.a week:>iulSteady I (:Ji'ntFurnisliini; (J JA rood_

the mother make free applications, and Co. Sllr\'('\'or. I AGENTS t"Xl'NIII" 11"1'1. work.
I x..w god' samples free J F
the case had no more treatment, save a I 1 hay, added to m\' stock \\'atdH's., Cl"ckR. : HILL :X ('o.. Augusta. Maim.,
1'lattilXare, Jo\\flieto, ; a complete line of 1;1111, I..'( >
little iodoform ointment later sincethis
on. PORTER & POTTER II) iluiiiHv, a hut rule ot Cwar*, Cigarettes 'luliicoDaiiil ,
I have tried it in several cases, both Pipes; a oilitiou of 1"cruel (iuo.1s. lovs. ,

slight! and severe, and with the same delightful Notions and Florida Curiosities; a gout! stuck of '
:sutiouen: and| .in avsortineut of and Confectioner Ha.eyou Bronchitis.
Candy Cough Asthma, Indigestion I Uso
results. Xeic 'ork Jh ilitglJmu
*': Scissors, picket aud table Cutlery IU\- ARKER'S GINGER TONIC without delay. U CROCKERY GLASSWARE
nal. I\cl\ above at New stormtVasli taa curediuanyu 1LuMurstcases aud is the best remedy i
ng: m\ ,
for all affections
of the throat and lungs, and diseases
Real in;tou .tveuue. Titullle, you are respect- arising from impure blood and feeble
Estate II
i Dealers I fully united to tall suit examine the lame to ati-fy and sick,Btruinrtlng' against disease,and 1w&h UnfUnjr
Two Miles Minute. ; yourself as to Drice. ml qualitwhether you buy to the grave will ia many cases recover their health by
a the tiruelj! w ot Parker's Ginger Tonic,but delay w danperous.
FUICtra el at the rate of two miles a. I lustrtiuieutand Sl'En\LTY.1 Take it In time. It is tnvaluat.le for all pains
Lyears' approved and disorders of stooucU and bowels. ; oruggm.u HARDWARE
minute: over an incline of polished ice,, Dade Co., 1"la.1! practical exj't-ricuce iu the watch and ,
with inch for I blllint'sII shall spare no painstaking to jt'wt'lr.1
an eighteen toboggan a to articles and prices or Repairing, and CURE n.nn.r DEAF

i carriage, a pretty girl for a bon comrade I VHUT A JAIlt H\r.K! OF tutu 1'\TlWs\ca I'iCK'1'AlrM IMl'UO\Ll ClslUuNLl: > LAIiDRl'Ms

" and a pair of electric'alls hanging overhead Will Lily and Improxe Land for Parties I ".. ('. ('. in:.\\N IG.NOTiCI l'nnc"fJ.UJstoUE lilt lit \lUNt., AND

like harvest moons. Recall the no matter whether deafness is caused b> adds. fryers -
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sensations of being in love or a hot bath, at a Distance. or mjnrtem to the natural drums ,\Ua>s m I

remember the details of your first merry :. po.ihohbutinisibleI"others, :Muiic l'nn\t'r."tinll.and .milortabletowear
\ whispers heard
r go round, the immediate influence of LAND Ornciat Gaiue-\ille, Fla., ) ..liltihctlWt" rrft'r to those using them. Send Ship Chandlery Goods.
chloroform other delicious lot illustrated hook of proofs freeddri iF >'"
champagne, or any February 21)th) 1888. j
44 I HIsCOX S.\J Broadway, New York
intoxicant, and you have a faint Lake! Worth. !Dade ... Fla, M the most epical --- --- -- I
I very faint idea of the positively delightful part of the Mate. Located on the Atlantic Coast, Notice hereby given that the folloxv- .
s south of Jupiter Inlet 20 miles, Jupiter being the injj-nanied settler'lias filed notice of his LIKHU COMPANY'S KXTIJA1T I
sensation that a fly down a toboggan south end
of Indian Kuer Lakeoith lien paral
intention make final in
chute pitxluees. In the decent one seems tel with the (.ean beach iR .5; miles long average to proof support O}' \IE\T. Fine.t ai d ('I.'alw..t Meat Flaxouring'
width one mile, connected with the ocean b). an iu. of his i claim and that said proof will be Stock fur S"nip*. :M+de Iishfs. and .: to lose consciousness the route lies between
; let, and is nowhere over :31 of a mile trom the Ul'f'3U made before A. A. Stewart, Clerk of total sale m4 (trot 0 0 jar'.
earth and sky; you have your The fishwkcauuot be excelled and our limiting the Circuit Court at Titusvllle, Fla.. on LIEBIG COMPANY'S EXTKACTDFMKAf. : These \\illbe he main features of m>
heart end best for all kinds of galllt' some beautiful
at your tongue's and when cocoanut <
2lst. 1 SS.i iWilliam Hinclle
the bottom of the slide is reached it iswith groves, alli in atorpears.bearing on sugar the lake apples; mangoes, euatas.sappadilloes Spanish ot April Mieeo. Florida, H. E. 17.600. for the, I : All in\aliMole tonic Is. a suctfst bu..inchut order sent me for anything
and a b \ 'Emoting pulse, tingling blood hint's. Jamaica applesocada pears, tamarindsgooseberry lots 4 andS; section 7. township 30 south. I'nr'l'e Medical Press Laiuet" \, tGENUINE .. grate- in store iuTitu -
trees. i kept
mal iuee apples maiumee any
and flaming spirits. You feel as though sapo 30
; almond, dttes, figs, bananas Ilil1t'al'lI".orangt' range east. : with Blue Signature
you bad at last reached the acme of enjoyment I limes lemons (citrons and all tropical fruits and lie names the following w5tnes!
: that life was a dream, earth a flowers. This! is the most t"Bstt'rlll'rt of Florida; I prose his continuous evidence upon, OF l\KON LILISK. ., -simile across label i I:

vision and tobogganing the boss game. the gulf other stream of bellirearer the to the land than at : and cultivation of 8lhllml1.. : Chas. Iliihly recomiiifi" A-* a' instead t.f
any part coast which insures the most alcoholic dIlUt.
Inter Ocean. even temperature o* allY part of the Mate Hood I 11. M. KvanJoseph Paine, Joseph i
s Hotel and ttoreo., Lots of all sizes and prices secured I Williamson: all of )licco. Fla. ; and LlEBIti>i C03IIMX s EXTILVCTOF
b>' tin abo\i' lira who have must allot the .
William .Tarvis of Cocoa. Fla. rE\1" To I.- had .tall storekeeperOrocera
Heart of the Sierra )1adr" best laud to sell ,
pai ties bin ins:now will no doubt
Owing to the peculiar climatic condi- in a short time more than double the purchase mo : 40 ij. TLCKEK.:. Ke ister.MiiuiFrs { and Mates ChemiKt,wholeAalP kris onlC a'ent: Da\id bur.... the< o United Fin- Will Fruits Chickens
Uehavelotsof all sues, I buy Eggs
hey. from the to one hun ('hurchYellu London Ln lai.dAGENTS ,
tions of the country, tho mountains and dred acres all touting on Lake Worth. Prices trom ,
: si LI:.
valleys are green the year round; thoughin I::,0 to *3 o0 per acre Some Iot'.mtitullwtt'lilitt'll. al. :
to Canvass for
the inter months the summits of the w) improved property cottages etc The fl.llowiug I'nder auby virtue of an execution issued "mol A
Fatronage. small
are a few of our be>t bargains: Or Produce cutuamrr'or :
the Circuit Court tor the 7th Judicial Circuit 1 1 any Country my
work done with and
peaks are often capped with snow, which No 183.:1 acres wed ot LaVe Worth. tact intelligence may pro-
.. .. I ofI-'lori.1ll. Ulan. a jud':ineiit recovered m the court aeoniiderableineome.
approaches closely tho summer belt of .. 3.--211-2:J.-S5.34: : on.. west.. shore.. of.. Lake.. Worth... ofliou. H 1 Atkin-on Justice of the Peace in and bu&dre,1 dollarsin commissions Apentsearnsereral in,single season friend- may bring

the low land, where the air is redolent .. *.--'" with :about 70 rodI. frontage : fur Bre\ard county, }Florida and transcribed tosaid and incur no personal responsibility. Enquire
Circuit {Court herein William K
udt'r8a.< at the nearest
with the fragrance of the blos on \ust shore ot Lake Worth I newipaperotfice that ours to market.
orange .. : plaintiff and lieorpe Clt''l'lavdac detetidai.t Illa't' u the best known and best equipped establish.ra .
soms. While standing in an orangegrove shore.3-631-2.mcrt-s with 1. mile front ou west le\led upon and will sell at public outcry to I --titf>r placing advertisements iu newspapers

I have watched a snow storm covering K-251.2 the highest aud beet bidder, for cash, in front otthe and conveying to advertisers the information
., acres.. <>.n, west shore.y.15 .. I Court House door iu Titn"Mlle. iu said county, which they require ia order to make their in vestments -
: 1 the dead yucca stalks and chaparral 1o-53.(1! '. .. east .. on the first Monday m April ,the satue being the |I wisely and profitably. Men ofi good addre -
which was so near by that I could .. 11.-19 .. west I I Jud day thereon .\. I',. 1"". the following proper **. or women if well informed an'1 practical,
have sent a bullet from "my rifle .. ii in .. .. eist.. .. front. nto-wit. All that lot of laud m said county of : may Jbt.lin authority to o'icita>lTertiiinep iron-
fairly .. 1..--16 .. .. .. .. Ure\ard described as follows : I i efurus.. Apply by letter to GEO. P. HOWELL I a*k for a liarc of the public p-itron-
into it. Winter and bemi-tropical summer .. 14 10 .. .' ConimenciUK at a post or corner In 85.1(0 chains &Co.NewepaperAdverttengBureau,10 Spruce
were face to face, yet so subtle were .. west north of tie southeast corner of lot I, section .", St.New Yorkan< fullparucuiarMn.l Lessnt I not a
15.IMti of & acre* each with 10 rods frontage township 2t: eolith of range 06 east, theme west to by return mail age, and come a-> a ?.iii plicint
the conditions that there was no en- each ou west shore of the lake Theseare bank of Indian River, thence north along bank of i -------- '- t

croachment the snow seeming a verilliis I "Ij.-bargains ii; acrt'Slth Ill'C'lItt3 1" on east shore. ,i aid ricer hams 315tt'tchains! topo..t or corner, thenceeast 1i i XOTI'I11 :. i dictator, asking: for your fau,.
23 post or corner thence south
i> what Sam-Joie- say* about baseball I OH 17.-east 5 shore.IS modern tottaieof 7 rooms I 3 15-100 chains to lost thence west to place of commencement I ,\ persons having claim atam.t the estate of If courteous trea tmen t,gootl

: "If I had a yellow bound, and that .. ,-i' acres ou east shore. containing 7 acres more or lews. Andalso "I j Otto Woia Ute of Urexanl County. Florida deceased
., .. ., .. : lot number four '-41 of section (M) eight township I
hound went to see a game of baseball on I 19,-20 west : oouth I I are hereby required to present them prop. good-and low figures i i..
.. & thirtj-thtee rangelo
( *) ; forty east I fly authenticated
:O-19" I without dela>. to Hon MinorS
Sunday, and then tried to slip back into my 21.-15 .. .' west l'l't '. { containing forty (40 acres more or less-except: (5; Jones. County Judge of said county, or this notice
yard, i would fill him full of buckshot"President ,. :2!.-i 1acresou east shore witL:i new, mod- tina rl' of the south part of said lot deeded by will be pleaded in bar. And all i.ers-us owing I the candidate for
raid Cleveland to the Atlantic Coast Johns
I em-built housed 8 and said estate are re<}ue'ted to settle with said County
Xi wick,of the Pittsburg clubwhohas rooms now building to be '
Indian River Railway Co on the 3rd day of January JudgeThis,
ready for occupancy by December 1st This I> 1;;,6, And also the west half W. pulnic favor,
+ just gone to Mexico for the winter, said, house and lot for sale or to rent There \ ( 1)) of IotA lath: day of February. 1'8M.CH .
are one and two (1 and 2)) of section S3, and west half
before leaving that he did not whether \ULEsOLFF..
care 150 bearing cocoanut tree on this place.
of lot (21 t two, quarter of section 34, all in township then I'm
t 45-t>t AJm'r .
with Will
\nuu d.
JleOormick the Also a new of 8 ,
signed with Pittsburg club cottage room beautifully 37, south of range 11 east, containing 67 acres, more
--- ---- ----
or not McCormick ants salary of $4,000. situated on east bide of lake and 5 acres of or Ieit-., being the same' land deeded to said Cleveland --- -- elected.Your. .
grouud attached
: by Timothy C. Gage on the 13th day of Jann I NOTICE.I .
Farmer receives for with 2t.-157 acres of land n Key Largo
$1,000 playing t! ary. A. l>.. l tto. and recorded in the office of the
the Pittsburgh Quite a big jump from f 4 24.-40 on west side, 40 rods back of Clerk of the Circuit Court on the 17th day of An. i All persons concerned are hereby notified that.
the lake. A. D.. 1886 .i\ week atter date, I will apply in Hou. Minor S.
with the West Chester club. The gust, anxious to please,
per game 25. 40 west shore I
acres on ,
,. J. K. BOWMAN Jone*. County Judge of Bre ard County Florida
chances are that next season he will get over "6.-10 tact and new cottage. Sheriff Brevard Co. forlettersof adininUtration. double that money, as he is an excellent These are all bar ain.. Come and see them, if estate of Milk O Uuruham. late of said county,
player and will be able to hold any pitcher's possible Parties; otherwise wishing write.further information, enclose I rhuiUiiTs nolicitor. deceased.This 27th of February. 1-8*. S. :8: : ..Ra3T
delivery on the Pittaburg team. 30. .
stamp. 3m March 7, 1&18. .a -3t. 45-et c. H. :SAUM\S.:


t 11 R


THE FIFTIETH CONGRESS.- I SIII RIrr's SALE. LaddenThe & Qalas' S"U& "I'n: ?a,.,:sl'1" House I!

I ruder and by virtue of an execution !' EXCELSIOR ORANGE FOOD :l

proceeding* of the Legislature for the issued l out of the circuit court for the!'

Fifty-Second Day. seventh judicial circuit of Florida, in and : r ,

senate was not in session.In for I5revard. in a certain cause therein i
the bouse a letter was presented from depending, wherein Theo I'. Jenkins i; ,

the secretary of the treasury, showing the plaintiff. and S. Kyder: is defendant. I :' Prepared: especially tr the Orange: and containing; the several t-lement-, cf''! ary F

probable loss by destruction of United States have levied upon and will sell at public : to sustain plant life \i/ : .
Mr. McKinley had printed in the outcry<< to the highest and best bidder. ) for ': .

bonds.record a protect by glass blowers against a cash, in front of the court 1Orre door, in ;7 t PHOSPHORIC ACID, POTASH CALCIUM AZOTE. ;"s:

reduction of duty on imported window glass the town ofTitn ,'ille. comity of BreviirJ.ind ). : Thi' Fertilizer has been produced after year of -tr.dy by PKOF. O. DrAJ. BmuL\, :

as proposed by the Mills tariff bill To the I State of Florida on the first Monday 'Ii HrrntV!.;.*.., -:'.- Piano. and Organ a:' being far superior to any high grade fertilizer on the market and it i* sold '

omnibus bill providing for the payment of i in November (the same })I'ill.the. 7th Depot nl'tlii '-....tti. 'J'U' !'. ..t 1'lnce The to buy; at about one-third in price It i is made in two gradeNo.. 1 ia pre-

odd claims for supplies used during ,lay thereof.) .\. I). 1S>;. between the The C'lieuiievt. ..:_sue iu auy ; latest \entive of al I
thirty 1'lace to bu) ;!-.i.-i ih'f.ut Record Over root rut, and -o Ih.-t..y> white ant- and wPlotllin'. i
the war reported by the court of claims )legal; hours of sale, the following IIt>- 4U, HK+ I'i.inos m.'t jjrtniiplaced iu southern \o. 2 doe- not contain ibis: >" ciric.For .
under the Bowman act, Mr. Lee, of Virginia, !scribed real estate. described) as follows : i homes! !sl::.:v- L.M.. {
amendment appropriating $' O.OOO< Being a portion of lot three (.'{) ot section i
offered an :yLNNAIr, GA., Xo"ht., 1SS7.Kooin O. He( mUTOIi. Eiitci' 'jxr. :.'1&1.
relief of the P. E. Theological seminary three (.'{) of township twenty-live i -
for the I for the procession. It's a long ,
7 or J_\:-'. )!Mcl'OMr.r... Tituo\ ill" Fla.
and High: school of Virginia. After a (3/; ) south! at'range tnirty-ix (:Jfj/east. one. It's head in Macon, and rear in

fight the amendment was adopted, 10:; to 04. and also a portian of northeast: quarter ol Savannah. lit"I/, wile of wagons containing ow--"'

the southeast quarter of section four (4). I I 40,000( Pianos and ( >r-an sold by L. .S; B. if rt c I
Titty-Third Day.
said township and range in the county |I K. M. II. duce ISO.Aft. .d .
xlTEw.-r '>v "r *.*" l( .tnd Trial CLRi the >niti.-n ot M
The senate was not in session. of Urevard. Florida to-wit The the !: M Tt > mon- ; Vront niip. prrtentumi rvme
: noi
ii- i1 ,!V-Vl..>rawM! mailed to rvR die, forthrw troubles: and all Ouacks
In the house II. C. Seymour, the new mem- east corner of said) lot of land) i is located) i I 'mrzrncFt? t'ertiuily. We are a large house. ]3p'rrrr: '' ''"ttla'veprorortion ..4 : only aim i>*toblMHl th irrioIT -
We do a '. tru to the late S. rj
ber from Michigan; successor at a point on the west bank of Indian i all Southern htattiWe have 'Atreucies. and the m Y CEMAA< l't' intertvre,
C. Moffett: was sworn in. A resolution was Jliver live hundred and Unity (;.j-JO: feet above eUU.uu.iJit .s uot in tile least exa"gerolted." HARRIS'"*". "r.f"' lPASHLLES.rN 1 wuh a.trntiun to bium-..,or CUM>pain ,
I TiiiconTeniem-e.nary Founded
adopted appropriating $5,000 for the com- south of the quarter section line, dividing I AitadieniC'... : 'rropL>efiitj-OrpUBic FCR ron ,(-ientiflc medical principle*. By dirwl )
commerce to expend in investigating Ho-.v have we ever built up such an'Il' '.'ft i i ttvvinonnor Mid- I /''.pptientiontotheeealotducueu..pomedie .:
mittee on lots two and three of section'three
(:2)) ((3)) immense I5yenterpriseprogressive A..l\1. 1', T ,to I r'r F'.ht Years in man) I. influence felt without delay The natural i
trusts. A bill was passed appropriating (3)( ), and the southeast quarter of fhonsjnlc.i'tuT ab'\Ite1! reso -e p' >niatarely -- (unrtmns of the human organism> n u ml. Th
business methods and dealing We need .I hri.'. .: w. icaanimati >selemcrttoflifearrKivrnharhthe! patient .
75,000 for the construction of a square au jn > mn I'J the fall erjovmpntof5ef ,
the northeast and the northeastptarter : '" I chterfui! and rapidYJaml both and hc
quarter friends. We work '-j:; and fai' \1. r.-S-rp .inhiind \ ieorous"lotno -: ureagta 4iUi _.
for at Charleston S. C. make n::r patrons our .
revenue cutter ue of the southeast; of -*ewho .'rorut"'am 'ny obHCured t
to increase the quarter: section for tie''t, take them into partnership, as it Ptor''..ti V>u h .. ; .,1 "-.,'nt.on.Fx-'omtnOver- .... eaITREATMENT.-.CaeMathi3.Tw3| :.fS5.T".2ee$1 .
A bill was reported efficiencyof four (4) said and ( \\\ori.rTtiKjf-o: .. '
( ) township range ; themI t.lh. :" +, wen n.kthatrOl1lend
the line of the araiy. Also a bill authorizing thence west across said lot three ((31. were, divide p'olits and actually give journnirow aji.ifi.. -it of your trouble,and secure I HARRIS REMEDY CO., HF-Q CHEMISTS,
TlU.\Ll' .
r-I1Fhith'm'dPnmh1tdo: : r-
th theirncnry's forth. : S061SNTenth dST.LOtrIS.MO.
the issue of fractional silver certificates.Also thence west to the quarter section liin- more in

a bill proposing constitutional amend- dividing the northea-t quarter of the Our L.IIW Capital. our Slant (Cash our l.ff-time: ll
ments to change the time for the commence- ex.H r i .'., o:ir "hivvidiii- L'sblt1'truhale heft, ,,w ef
!southeast from the noithwestqtruterof 6t '\
quarter infi; '! i" nlri'''rmini"'Ir'f"1111andthnwe 1'tonrfritu'U e
ment of the presidential term and the meet the !southeast! quaitei of saidection I i/i on the 9'UII.l 1l"sr. Ihdt's a way we have. : .

ing of congress. The Pacific railroa 1 telegraph > four ((4)), thence outh to the ItEN.
the order it ,I Fall and Winter Bargains
bill being special was :
northwest corner of .\. I.. and K. F. -
bated and finally passed-yeas l'J7, nays 4. Hatch's purchase in said section thence I Summer Clohin*;.Out Sale over. Warerooms 6'er t ., f
crowded with superb New Instrument
the house
At 4:45 in. adjourn
p. tact along the north lineof said purchase I lnnuenreturrtutee direct from factories,

rifty-l'ourth Day. of .\. L. and E. F. Hatch to the Wl'stballk I treater Bargains than cLr, for lull and
Winter, 15"'37- >S.
memorials of Indian JJiver.: said line being _
In the senate petitions were
presented. Mr. Beck's credentials for the four hundred) ) and eighteen11S( ) feet from I Not roduced prices and poorer in..tru- This repre ent<>a healthy life. Jn t"Tjch n li f e a+ they enlny j )
the line three : from lot Throughout its various scenes Who use the>ajith's Bile {'cans.
senatorial term commencing March 4, 1881), dividing lot ((3)) menu but the smnc lot' //, ires null b tUr t.

were presented. A bill was reported to four ((4)) of said section three ((3j: and thenorthl'st I instruments. ( ;JreaUr vat'c 1; r the 11I"lIl')'. Smiths BILE BEANS Purify the blood, by acting
of directly and promptly ou the ILlver. Skin and KidThe original t'hot.eriph. ,tneys.
quarter outlwas.tquart"I', Of l west-priet lmt.t.totomtits this i i.;
tolls. The I our
regulate telegraph dependent .
They couHUt of a vegetable combination that panel sites, of this! pHturehas
penftion bill was laid aside and the urgent from the southeast quarter of the southeast I spet'i.tlly) true. Tlicvrv va-tty: imp I't.i l land no equal *n medical Kt-ieuce. '17 cy cure ('omisttpa. "." t ti receipt ol ItV. iaSU +
deficiency was taken up and considered until quarter of said section four (((4))I. I } we are proud of thor.i. Hard toiler r.le thou, ITlalaria, and Dyspepsia, and are u satezuar' :.t.UIJ SILT"" A.M lt r";.157!I. ,

5:25 p. m., when the senate ad journal.In thence northerly along; said liver to I such bargains ,u paarc, Lilt 5 wu'il try.Orit ana against Urizht'tt all forms difeaixe.of fevers Send, chills 4 cents and poytaite fever, gall fur a MOM aui-.., Lout*. Jlc'.

the house resolutions introducedand place of beginning. Ileserviug: ( and( ) excepting pie '
were package test the TUHTII ofliat the pay. t'rict', 25 cents per bottle
S2IO l'1.\""", <:z.l.-t..t rt'-'' *
referred to investigate the Chicago, from the above that parcel: : of I not saecarrem.l lr '>. ,,'rl''lIt1.: > i Bath. M\ot-t ( mailed to any address, postpaid. DOS ONKTm Ili.t\. Sold by druv1sIe.
Burlington & Quincy .strike inquiring into land: sold by Stephen Ryder and wife r toIt. I t'>tw, f'Il..i! %-urH'iriiura it r'. .Vn-h.-bl.-l! :i..trnuertevery : 35*, S2W3Kmx a1) Co., rL'or11LToliy, e3T. zc tj' f3, FrIO l

the alleged use of unofficial matter by the C1. May by) deed), bearing date Apiil30,1S87 edcoTLiPi'\\::" I'oiui'loteo*"l"trudor.laa..i: 1'hnh"twl.enbrtid..kallptighrpai'r--{.

war records office. Mr. Butterworth intro- : : and recorded in Book K of BI'e- I 1 Ji t'i i'1'5(1.-'t,-n'it'filParlorUprieht.full XOTICI:. Ma1Cl"s: Sale.
vard Deeds 20 () I *./i.ic.fh r-isirtrHxl i-a-' Li-teat style ,. ;
duced a resolution appropriating t:'.7,000 on page ; containing; LAND OKFiCKatCJaincs\ille. Fla..
I tmritr 1.s+'g 1 f.iv( :;:et"Il!. 'fhutt. for a government exhibit at the Cincinnati twenty-two (22)) acre: more or less. mil. Outt.t ii-ruplcte. i I February C, ISSS. i XuI t'l' is lifuby :given that under ant)

exposition, be Tcontestwl election case of Dated) this 21st lay of September. t"t n.s:(:.IN".-Two Hrts FVMK Five virtue of tidal deeue xfale and furecloure '
Ol'list.) by a -
< {.-,. Pa--1!, t\v-.luulcve. rk.I1).t! top.hueJFtani Notice i is hereby given that the followinjinameil .d.
McDurtitt vs. DavilsOli. of Alabama wasronsidereI A. D. ls: ;. s, iin-M-- i':i k. rnt'nent"lt an.1 I i UtMli-d. vituetiHil settler has tiled notice (.1' hi!$ rendered by the Hononible John
i .., .
until S:2:> p. in., when tho hour, in-'trnotDi1, music l ok. a id .11 f.iglot pull I H. Hroome, .ludj of tin-Circuit Court furthe 1
E. H. ( )1'.111. Sheiill intention to make final proof ill supportof
( (,> ou':_VN.- ivwt+ I>- K Tent
adjourned. of Urevard l'Oltllty. Fla. I 0 'Tiiniiuttt>i>.... !hvutfi! fanA UK,$t d.*i '. I II his claim anil that said proof will be. :Seventh (' l'itti-nit .f the Stateof ,
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able Parlor () ('. .-titi',111hullou-p d. .:
r- luL a upm! Florida 17 IS SS in
fifts-Fifth Day. .1. W.IC'IIIH.LH.. I, made before A.A.Stewart. Clerk Circuit on February a rtrtain -
/:.Vf'f" 'trivriI'M."' Thnumault In the senate the fisheries correspondencewas PLl lltiJl" Attorney. :! -jw; Ford, I.I/"l b:uo/ WI(zr!cK&.d. Comt. at Titu&ville: Fla.. on Tuesday cau-e in ehanrery tllt'n'in jH-ndiiiij ill I .

presented and referred." An adverse report March :';th. 1S>8. viz : Hans the Circuil Court for l'.ra" ..11'It'Hunt1\ anti Jf
was made on the bill for the retirement The vhoeale i is po-tponcd until the Au l Ii-imen-! :* Stor k fn:.' World's llt; 'st S\enkeriid.ralm IJeach. I). S. 2l'2J: for for the eireuit atonioiil, \\lierein Ellen iff

of United Suites It'giil tender notes of small l lira Monday in December, the sank being 1 Maker- suit all tT t;:-: aid! I''trs Over the east halt ot noith-we: quarter and Ncvinand Thoma-. :Neiher liu.buntl .'--

the r>th> day thereof, at the i-ulIl'l'lan' r 00 ditorx"\t! styles, to dv.-" In" :!. aud :Samuel J.
denominations, und the issue of coin certificates I I i (';(-t halt of -outh-ca-t quarter ol Sec. ;'M.: an' loiiiplai'uuu) ,

in lieu of gold and silver certificates. and hour. .I. UOWMAN; tfhcritll: \NON.-rLIckiM.! : .;im..nn it f5r.-?:,i1 f, ;';'Town-hip 41 South Kangc.43: vast. Fru-t, adult, mill Lucy Fro>t, JeuiU'tteFrot t'

The house bill authorize the purchase of I lathiiihck, I ('ntC:1, :r..+r"I:: ." :'. lie name the following \\itnesc to Koliert Fnt and Arthur Frost, infant -

bonds by the secretary of the treasury was The above sale i is postponed) until the ()n\ --. Hapn: .". IMnr.r. Psckard. prove his continuous re-ideuce upon and anal) Samuel II. Hay, their guardian iI.
first Monday in January, li>>S. the same Hay State, s2: l ter .H.h).
rejiorU'tl ravoraLt At 2 p. ilL the ileM>nd- : culivation of !said) land vi/ : K. .T. ( 011i (U/ HtfiH, are defendant-I, a.Ma>tcr i.iChaiuvry .

cut Ilt'lhlonlJill was taken up us unfinishedbusintMw being the 2nd ,Iathl'"rl'ot.. at the same I Easiest T l'nte"t.'r! IK.-.I I of. KrcM ?:3 i ruNon. K.: Peterson, .\. M. Field and) 1 U. will sell for ca.-li, to the highelbidder +

;, i>HiuUii<.r which Mr. Sherman replie.1 place and hour. .1.1 E. IJOWMAX.Shcriir.; I to $10, paid monthly, will :e('nre an Field all of Lake W Fla. on Monday, .\l'rililal't't'uml., 1SSS. .

to Mr. Beck's allocations concerning his partin : i Elegant Instrument. __ 4-1 S. C.1'CCKF:11,11egi-ter.: : the -ame icing the tir-t Monday in the

the demonetization of silver Mr. Ingalls -- ---- -- -- mouth in front of the ('unrtlaontll1ur in ,

then took the ln>r and spoke on the pension Tlie >>>K"c nlietl until the tir.t Mun-: One l4m pr ti.tIr9Iti l'e to dl. ,-a That'-ti ni-t'iiii--iit" OTI"withPrires a-hl im deviatvimade markedin : .\dn.ini..ta'uCu.'and lIal'dh'n's Titlli'ilIl', Urerard eonnty, Florida, ltween *- I

bill; Mr. Blackburn followed. It waswtgreed day iu February D'\ the same being the MU daythereof to any.Ve tlw.T !'<' II..r.'. tike 110 it.'I>I!!. :\otl l'. the legal hourof sale, all the following ;)
and hunr ,at the f-Jiue plate This square way ells 'fte- I
to continue the discussion to-morrow, under J. !'? Lutt)tls, :Sheriltl: J I 1: To (til "''/d'ia it intnj (tunTake -t'IYI. described fl'all"tah', to wit : ,
the fh'(>-minute rule, and at4:4:) p. in. the So (',r..'! to ,.I/Ii/m'/l n". Everything in plain : All that lot, tract or parcel of land sill-
senate The a o'cale is -tponed until the print, and exactly :-is repre <'iitc-.l Fun information Notice, that -i\ month'after date ate I'ill.lIIlllltoill' in the runny of Urr-
: (
in eir'-uUr better carefully :
given nnsw er-
the house Mr. Mason was appointed l first Monday in March, 18SS, the Mime ed. Parties lion r a thoU-:lt1'l riili-s otf(':IU buy |' I will apply to the JonorahlIi: nOI'I var(1uld State of Florida, and terming apart .

the coimuitttt) on claims. Mr. Thomas in- being the oth>> day thereof, at the same just as well as if i-i s-avannih.: Ihree-fo'irths: S.: JoinCounty .Indue of Urevard County, of land lot two of M-ction hn'uty-t>t.v'l i
of our entire trade is done I y corrclpondence.REIE3JBJ I Florida for Inv thud discharge from my
troduml n bill prohibiting the use of the place and hour. ,
: town-hip 21 I Miutli, of range alt; east, being -
hkenesesof ladies for advertising; purposes .I. E. HOWMAN, hcrill. :!: 1.t ,.,.i.'e..; Fa.i:,.! 1. ,, : : iidinini-trator-liip; of the c-tate of :Sarah de-cribed by metiand I H ui mN" at follow ;l i a
without their consent in writing. The Alabama liftf fnstrouf9rnr .-"KI' and I-HIH 'i F. 11'oultlh't'ea.ed: and from my tjuardianhip .
election of McDufile Davidson The above, ale i is postponed until the freight paid : 1 j f'IlIfritl: tirymr,,'n"". .; of William Wooln", late an infant, : j I
cast vs. I &luar'1dlfllw/( prier ",III ; Inm/"< < ?': .' Ik-ginning i ; at a IN| Ii int un the ea-t boundary !- I
first Monday in April 1S88 the Mime but of full .
was taken up and debated until 5 p. m., now ajre.I ofection 27 21 -oiith .f
being the :2nd day thereof at the LUDDEN&BATES + l thind of February .\. D. i town-hip m i
when the minority resolution tltwLiriu; McDutlieeleettvl same atc : day i I I range .A:(tj east and .';;H feet north of the lutit

was re jectod-yeas r2, naYlUIand place ami hour. : SOUTHERN MUSIC HOUSE. SAVANNA, GA. 1 ss.: :: I mile I o:-t, tlience making with said .diuJI<<
the resolution J. 1 E. HOWMAX Sheriff.: ..LUn:" M. P. POOL, ,
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majority declaring ----- -----------
line an angle! of 7S degreeand 2,:\ lIIinntl, b"I
the bitting member entitled tI) his seat, was Adnuiu-trator of the estate of Sarah F. I. I .
south 78 degrees :1I111lIIillutlos.: west
- run .
; .
adopted without division The house then 777r Woolll', ,Ura>ed, and glum rilian of '
meridian Indian HinT tlieiutrnorttierly
(true )), to I
adjourned. If send for IHi RCIEltS' William Wooltl', a minor.
tae along; -aiil river to a JMMIU twobundied'and
+ I
colored -
TIDE, containing pli1OO -- -
A GHOST'S WORK. engraving of different I reeds,| :XOTICI:. eight ami a half feet (CiOSd,
____ __ __. :
n PS-ice* they are worth,and whereto front the line first run and in a line I'd'- .
It ru.e. H Kfliuioii. KrtUal in an Alabama buy them. Directions for Training State:' of Flo,Ida, ) !? J ,Mice'- Court cnditular therefrom; thence north 7.S tltgne '
and Mailed lt Doga Breeding Ferret* )
..Iriil.HlHMlN'GUAM a County of );n'a n1. ITo i
and 28 minutes meridian'
for 15 Cents. Alaot'ntof l>or | : tat-t ( true ,
Ah.. March ?.-There is A Furnishing Goods of all kinds.d j Hannah: Ga*-('I'. the ca.: t boundary of the -cetiun, anti 1 )

religious revival I anion ; the prisoners confined Pool & Billiard Room You are hereby notified that a writ of thence south alum;.: said iNiimdary line t-)

in jtillll'r"hi" ;a uw,,.> its existence to attachment has been i issued against you the place of 1 lieginning, containing tie 1 10)
Them send for Practical 1'OCI AA it and attached to satisfy Ami al-o all that other
the superstition of the converts.: The jail ii TRY HOOK. 1OOpages beau P your property :u."tIIlf1re: or let-s.
filled with criminals: of the worst class MAIN STREET, tiful colored plates ei'jmiAlnp** v the "demand( ) of 1). I.. (iauMen.amonntinito tract of land in the .'county and :State afnrvaid "
oi nearly all kinds of Ionia; deacnp4 .; Now \ hallapll'ar
8'2. unlessyou\ N.K. .
a-the northea-t (
brought here by t wunderul!ul stories which coons of the breeds; how to capon'7e; known quarter:
have ,. plans for poultry houses' infomuticn ) !wfore the Hon. Minor S. JoneJ..Judjre 1 1)) ofcetion twenty--i\i ((2: <; >, in kown- :
gone out c' i4aes On theMof TITUSVILLE FLA. about incubators, and M hero to buy cx-utlicio
0 t of the County Court all -hipt\vcnty-funr ( :2outh) of thirly-
; last HtHwiilfr' ti"ill" < Williams, who Lugs troin beet KtorU r+t' l. range:
h81lll\urtl'I't-'ti a lellmv c'ulI"i..t.; was executed\ I per Hitting bent for lo Ceats.If 1 Ju-tice of the Peace for said county, at six (t.'Ki:(;), east of Tallahax-ee meridian, t-on-

in the j.ulird an I th.j.i'l'! 'w with the I w his: ollice. at Tituville. on the24th day in taming one hundn l and sixty I IWJi; / aen!'>.

rope hau ill.; in the air. was kit standing; I Sole Agent in this section for uvx's; ot Apiil. A. H. 1SS8, at 10 o'clock Kxcepting; however, from time furtgmingoneh11ndrtil

for future II...*. The prisdai'rt l.V in number : (! IN>: INC.: 'l'ox Il'-\ clighttul I and exhilaratin 1UK so,!yon>S.need 12O the page HOOK. loll CF CAGE Mattration the loienoon.. judgment will be i relller-) and sixty acre piece a plot of bite

cio\\dtl to their cell grating. to witness :: 1cvcrage.; .\1\\ay.-on draught. a *. Beautifulcetorcd Fl'.tf.Treatment ed a;.aiu-t you and your prlll'f'rtyold ( :)) acrethe pro|>erty ill Alfn-l K. Uahr,

the final pinnae of their Ir.tnul tieor).;e. Try i it. ;, for plti ana, breeding oro and: of lCaxabirds tjiiht4: t to pay the debt. Ill'l't'rilJl'C1 as followIk'gining; in the N. i

A few night Liter t\H. *Mtiinv inmate and an Aviary.their cure AU about How f PairoU.> bui.J and Prices stock t ," Dated thi- :':!ml dav" of February. P. W. } of the N. E i of election twenty-six r rf

hal'l't'IIt'11| | tu lv lot.kui "lit at ilu miilm.;.iitlumni all Linda birds c.iges, etc Moiled: t r lS\: f i2'J>t. township til, -oulli of 'M I vast; e.iwmeneing I
S.OOOiOOO PEOPLE ijSEf.YJ''EEDS I,} "'euts. IheTnjva Bucks, -10 l.h. :Jl 1) I.. ( ;.\l''PEX.: Plaii.tiir.THE ol the northwest
were horrified to >.,' Uorze n.; ain as- ; one acre east 'I

ivnd the .(':urucl 1. n Ij tM,' "ui'"* t., Ins neck ASSOCIATED FANCIERS, [I omerot'said quarter running on- I- '
237 South Lighth Street,Philadelphia,Pa. "
!and fall ihiMugh the tr .p with iv.tlitueuVet. V 4 ... -. SLOOP AGHESI"comtntumle(1 acre east thence four and one-ball: (41)( )
The priMiuerstuM the tory t\l tmn as they rr j D.M.FERRYACO. acres wrath; thence three-quarter ( i) uf au

recovered from their freight and the next I are admitted to be the : by acre west; thence two acreouth, theme

night other w itnevvl the repetition of the TfretfsgiffirD.M.FEHKY.fcCO'S Geo. E. Chase, CAPTAIN .JOHN McLKAN.: one-quarter I ij 1 ) of an :t'ft'H.t, tLence ;

dreadful t.x.vtacle Since that tune the JJ Illttttnled. DMerlp. Mikeregular" tiipon Indian: Ifiver.: I I north to lhu'uft.beginning,."mtaining: five I I'I

ghost bas teen a nightly: visitor to the terror : i U<.ud Priced i I.>) acres. .

of the inmates who h ,n' gone to q psalm hinging l, SEEDANNUAL Chandler SUE CAHKIK- Ffl.L -ITl'LY OFC I All of the above tle-criU-d real estate U !

and praying.; The jail ortk-ials are not Ship 1 ; rot ;ei'ie _)ry C; oods imp in the county of lr<-vjml. Staff I i I
very anxious, t> divibu the" iniiuU of the ? ForlSBS I Florida.

believer in the ghost, as it his the effect of will be mailed (C'anu Ciaoils.

making them more jiearefnl. .5' FREE TO ALLapI1icant8 and Shoes I Witne | mv hand and -(':.1 thl-first: il.1 ...
kinds Boots
t and Boat and \esse| Supplies, all Hats, ,
: (If MarcliA. I)., 11'5s.
W last seneon'sHe 1'atent Vnchors, Chains, Blocks, int all)) I
A CURIOUS BURIAL. in rum iety
without LadleSho: threat: ;
\ customers C'an\as ,, (>alanicdire ; I [-EA: .] W A LT EK S. (i RA HAM.
4 ordering it. p\ttf'rll' at low price
Precautions .,f a M.ui Who Wus Afraid of r Invaluabletoaft. Hope, all size Tents, new Master in Chancery foiillreranl I'o.JEOROE I ;

Itt-iux: Burled Alive. Every person UJIlDgCarden.FloldorFlower :1 Npruce Ladders, Ready-ma .B Clottini Toilet Articles I (. M. Koccix. II III
Copper I'atnts, saP, l-ti sal's, qt*. ,
_>oatvirll, Conn., March &>.-The details of al4 id(or I Ii I I J
Varnish sal's t- : i ( Solicitor. 4 jI
SEEDS' ft. dd'1ra, Spar sal'sqtspts. :\ OTIO.S.iQ i Complainant :
curious burial, which took place in \ anti": _w t Oils and Leads, all llId.... March 1, ISaS. 4it.. \
Y&CO.DetroltMlch I
D. M. 'F'or the ca-h only J .
rwnetery have become .
recently just public.A I jr. w. tUE & t O's HEADY MIXED PAINTS. Match U.If.. 1:111.

wealthy gentleman, a resident of the ; In fact ae) tUui4 1' i };\U.llllg or Sailing boats: -- -- I i 3iisTius SiL1'. i
"Plain "' { II. {'O"'I".TEHS
who made a tour of the world and \oTifi: :. :
had Hai.I'x Illuck 90 Fait Ka3 St. Notice iiih rby fiven that ruder and ly virti.
resided in Paris contracted" .. ,
many years, .
I: \
State ot Floiid.i. I of a final degree < f *
of being buried alive during the coniwune j ivsoxvim: :, I"'LT _\. Count*- of Rule.Take I i i by the lloiiuraUe John H. Uroum, Jut/. of the ,
m that city. ; 1l.\IU.nHESSIX: (: SALOON. Circuit Court for the -\nab Judicial Circuit of J'.
It grew so steadily him that he hail notict that -ix month_* after the I tile State il .'Ion.a. on February lTt}i. .\. D. b%-. .

provisions: made in his upon will providing that : D.Rtl ') date hereof [ will! pre-eut to the (Count in a arti eau in Clum ery Mierfiniidi ;8 m 'I 1
his If want clean and ea-yhav?, .J Ulbt..r 1).tmle'antytny final account.- ; the Circuit Commit fur l'rnrc Count) ai d for the \.
reuiams should be kept for four days before you PDn I I ircuit aforesaid. ht-if-in Edward I'tu.el"tlQ>- .
they were placed in their final resting :AS clean as barber H>r1n', n 1 l1g and :Kxeeutrix of Charles I plait.silt ah
Place, the lid of the coffin was to be removed : Just call on me at my >:almm I' Moore. late of Ihde ('"unt11t.'l" a':>l.t1. his vkiami T ('. We..k* are drleiiiii.t, I. a* 1'
at'tenutun. h : ;; 1 Nester lu Cl.a1c.r'. *illll.. for cash, to the .
and the grave *o closed that a person could i At morninsr, eve or I i t. L1 LA w b w and a-k tor in* final; a> >uch I highest; bul.Str, on :\Mondaypr the Swoi.d, DIE. t ti

readily get out. : rlll.ut and eonil hair with grave 'executrix. :November lGth.1S-7.KLIHAHKTII i the fame lieiiix the tr..t \;oiiday in the 111(>)11b. la ,

It also provided that foo I and water be.l ;j i To Miit the contour your of our fat's ; For TORPiD UVEA. ; : ,! ; J. MOOI E. II yard front of the Court H'.rida H"Uwe, between d...01'. the in Irpalbuurect." '-". Et.1 1

aced ill the coffin. A hammer too, was ,' Iltmillemlu .., ... Executrix of }La-t Will and Te.tamentof Couity.
to To you I'll give a good hamiHHi, torPid h-- !eratbee tte tt : sale, all the-"folioitiKdefccrjbed real estate toit : I
lie near his right hand, "hile a lamp was The art of which is known to few. amid llrttlJ ;It-CS Charlc.M"ore.. Dccea-eJ} :;!-j11lI j The north-wet quarter vnw 1.-& of Section T-" ity !
(u burn in his sepulcher for three days and i ___-,- 1.u') in Touliii "I"'l1lyt"D ((2T) South ctlUuce
three My sd-. )r's sharp, my razors keen, Sick :tc L I I Tbirty-e\en (;;') Ea t ci.tainiDe one Lcndred .
nights. of the '
Every one provisions **** *'** "" i Notice I
is neat ami clean, I and sixty MH( >. acre*. all m J.rtnrtl COUlIt1.
M My shop a ways
enforced .Ami everything rill Mireoii'll tind, : Dyspepsia; Costiveness, Rheumatism To nil vlioiit it 111ft!! t-fjiu-cni: Stale of FloridaWitiiefcd .
this first fMarc'i.
Confederate Soldier Get no 'lol1ulUt'ut.JA.CIiSOX To ruit the ta>te and piea-e the miml. : Sallow Skin and Pile:. able Six Minor mouths S. Joii-f.after date Probate I will Judge present of to Bre\ard the H..1II1f-Co. .\. I'my. 1WS.baud and seal day

: Miss., March d.-The senate bill I And now tu all who natr >nize intend t, :; remedy for these Fl*.. mv final. .ouut. vouchers. the e.tate of WALTER Sr. GRAHAM. [Seal) f
Ppropriating |10, diseases
: Ju t along your
Confederate soldiers was the special order in common trial,1111)r.o.e.. 1'dec, S.-C for my final discharge ** administrator of the Mid H. Glea" >on, _
And I I .will try rills, u" a PHINF \\1100:01., Adn'r.Titusville .
the bongs the decorations I assure you I l'titet.c- 45-t
Tuesday -
night Among :
for the occasion were many war em- Mv very l bet to sati-fv. may; Sold Everywhere. Fla.. .J.Luilr 19, IssS. Solicitor for CUJIII.ainal1t.





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' SPECIAL COLITMX. i I -Court is expected to lat fully thi ] -The pleasure party from Adrian, run S1 LE. Indian River Bakery

week out. Mich., consistfng of Messrs. Stebbin .\. tract ot lain! on Indian River in the
s Local advMliMiis in-n; ;; ; thus rolamn for five 1 j -Captain Joe Smith has returned froma Worden and Metcalf, who arrived here'' county of Brevurd. i-on--i>tin;: tit :NS I
rent pry line -acn tnerttou0 charge made for acres: it I>e5iu: lot X.'. :!. and( outh holt lVashtntton \\'I1UO
tau than :0 cent j II trip down the river. F J JA the middle of lat month, for a trip of ,' of the northea: 4Iulrtl'r..f section 35. TITUSVILLE. FLORIDA.

GRANDEST stock of Dry Goods, I, fine rain yesterday, with weather; four or five weeks down the river, was I and lot No. :t leiii l :.: the -outhwot quarter ( Fresh Bread, Cakes and Confectioner

Notions, Ladies' Dress Good, Hat, ; cool and pleasant to-day. : brought to a ad close last week by the of the northwest quarter of >t etii'noU. C" :iiitantiy ou haml .

Boots Shoe*, Gents Furnishing Goods'! Several Lake Worth boatsarrived in i sudden death of :\Worden.. Mr. Steb- both in towuohil'n: xitith. ran-ze: :*) BOSTON. FKENVll.! iU.\ll\M;
and Groceries on Indian River. G* B. | town Monday and Tuesday, loaded with :, bin and Mr. Metcalf passed through; east.hammock.Til'h This i 1.1"l'r: ;- desirable'luality. suitable piece of: MILK HUKA1 MADF -nh
Titu'l\"ilIe. 4S-GQt.
Humph, TTOCYIT.-- and + tomatoc-. tin place last week en route to Adrian, for the r=ti.-in-.:::; of all tropical fruit.1 TO OIM'KUPartis .
LOOK HERE.: Call I jK j Mich with deeeaed.Owing situated the Xtrr"w earls ,-toffioe. fallPi nufv "atf'rof..r w.u, ..
Rock the body ot at m-ar p : \
>e. Good board at the Goode Hous-e, -Mr. Gardner S. Hardee, of : care and at "lltwlImr.' A \Non-InimtI
Will ellh f T h. 1'lIrpartit.ubr lit--ill 1.1\'lIol li,-\" '. !*-
> < en>
-ap rae tta. .,
Melbourne, Fla., at S'J.OO per week. ledge, was in town yesterday in attendance ; to the fact that the list of : address irU.tU 1 Li

Special ratefor families or parties' at court. grand and petit jurors, drawn for this 1 i.M.: uv.( Special Prices far Hotels,RestaurantsEtc.
Write to R. W. Goode, proprietor. +j jNO i (;. "!..T!:!:I:. -I'olrhtor.
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such as-ortment of Goods u this side I 1 -MerII.. Archibald anti T. J. !i spring term of Circuit Court several j ji I Sept. :>. i Br.ekt.tii Ma.-. -- -- tr
j. PlaTe< nIM>. rn'-i.i.: It. ,
i weeks were drawn from a box con- -------- -- --- --
and Pe-tenben of St. Lucie called i ago;
of .Jack"O: \'ilIe. I will duplicate on Us yes-1 : : '.t 111 t
even undersell the retail prices of Jacksonville terdav afternoon.A j i tainintr*-- : ao namewherea- the law requires ..T.IeGlashan! Rivi rtart
on Dry Goods, shoes, etc. Geo. that they IK drawn from a box ;, INDIAN BAETitiisiillf.
party of several made an escurj j t
JJ. Rumph/Titu'ilI _4SGOt.A | with 3no names. Jude; Broome, on hi- TIN AND SHEET, IRON WORK
DIAMOND) KING for sale; gentle inn to Rockledge Sunday on the yacht ;.l
arrival here Tued:1It'l'idl'41 the : rioritla.
man's set with :8 beautiful Diamond: Mary J. Lewis, and report a splendid i I on ;
; .
Cost over $20J( ; will Bell: fur $1O 4J. Apply time. jury were not legally; selected, and so the Doni toOi.Kri.n -1101 t Xotiee.RoofiRg A GENERAL: BANKING BUSINESS 7Ri5

t t at STAR Office. heriif had to -ummon : >venire of and Guttering a Specialty. SACTBD.Lxihauu I
-There will be a meeting of the ladies : ; t- l bought; :11\11 l -oll. "":
IT will pay; you to call and examine juror-. T1TI :x' ILI.K.: ri.A. I; -"I'I'loil tpiouipt ;
attention xivt-ii; torolh-ctioif.. l,.,, ,
Will at the residence i of Mr-. JaaiePritchard
for"samples letter. ,
-tock. or ask by -Mr. Ed. Miller met with the mi-for-t nt':4Il1:11.,1 l un tir-t iu 'rt lur "'U\ (
delivery charges: on all amount over thi- afternoon, at three o'clock, to forma lUtnkori' mituniiini lnliiilual,. 11/ J
pay groceries Geo. tune of wrecking: hi- Wit atrain-t the i l'ltilA'N3a! :!::. t-+t alUm- on timr"depoiln4s1CO.000 .
ten dollars excepting : Guild. 23. I.
IJ. Humph, Titusville. 4-tjllt. rock at cfcledge duril:': the heavy TO LOAN
lli-cock -Mr. Howard, the popular agent; for i TITlV1LLK.: i'LoJal'A.
CALL o l.\-Y. Georgiana, storm from the north Sunday before' < )n First-i'li>.. Real Htate.njM.n .
Indian River for river fronts term are the Clyde Line of -teamer.*, who vi-its la-t.: the 11th izi$. He had anchored Keep- full >up[\ly of luetaiiic and! wMslen :'r.1dvanetrn r
for ca-h to settler,. School and Indian River in 'i
easy : quite frequently, w aS their available voiluttrail :7
near the shore before the -torm, and i
i Coffins. Cases and Caskets.
Church at hand, mail and transportation hu-illt"'t8
town yesterday.Mrs. when it commenced( to blow \IJpr4ln..1 palwr tifl''ullt4"t\\ t
facilities daily', mail steamer touches both >mlt<. on all ]Ktrn ot Lump*.
D. L. Gaulden \Uited Jacksonville he felt an apprehension that hi- anchor i Funeral- it di-Ind.; All or- ,.
elevated -
The i healthful, ,
daily. place IIuHM"lont- at .JacU'ttlllnll ,.
ways l'alt'
would drag, and made the proposition to .!promptly l'x''l'utt..J.: acid at r':ionaratc : -
and la-t week where she her I .
pleasant. met Every ttvor ('uUohtt"nt will
Mr.Slater:: who wa- with him. to hoi-t I -. Embalming di!&lrll'. 22 !ftIIUhhankin
--- mother, :\Ir.)1. E. Stevenou: her ;:, dll't"rf1lUy "xtt'uI"\\. ..
: return -
LOCAL L.ACOMCS.Mr. the jib and run away from the -hore. |i ..
t..IIE-I.u\IIE\T.: :' : : Ran ulJ.wt.4ft\ ,.
to Indian River. Mr. Slater would not aree to this, and i iI A. M.: Hamilton & Co., .Iuek>ouvillf. Ha., The :-, 'aIM.:... i

W. Wilson, of Courtney, paid -Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Battle-and Miartle -.- :-hortly afterward the boat wa-hed a-hore !I Hank, :N' .-\\ fork.BAYVIEW. ':;' .
and in a few minutewa- -tnve into TITUSVILLE, rLo rnA,
us a vi-it on Saturday. started for Jacksonville last i piece- Mr. :Slater: and Mr. Miller Congratulate I I COTTAGE 1
Naptha steam yachts eem to be all wC'ek. where they will spend a few day, them-elve- their narrow II I \\Vliolf-alt-l l .tlrrIn ,

the go on Indian River this winter.Dr. and then return to their home in Kalian I e-cape. I INDIAN RIVER,

down Indian River Oysters V.-VOHU.H.tUtt-iiu.,-t-ultimo; tLc! \\iat,.r .. .
r W. S. Graham is in the St. : -For other local news -ee inside page. IVrjnlioannu- !...*, i

Lucie section for a few days this week. -Rev. Mr. E. L. Tunjuand, of Enter- I ami B.:(h IU,!, !.",.tit n, lirnr ti r ini.uit
LOST-On Sunday night; during; the ot tar M -t>oft!,.U lUtrr, \.Uu U ir >| I..r .,
-Job work, of all kind( is cheaply >ri-e, held Epicopalervice }here la-t blow, a round-bottomed, clincker-built I FISH I : crllellt Ilui.tUiU aLii tlrlut_',

and expeditiously executed at the STAR Sunday, with an in-truction meeting at row-boat.-i.\teen feet lonsr, painted white
office. he residence i of Col. Gaulden in the afternoon out-ide, lead color i in-ide; natural wood Green Turtle and Game ..lilrt>s : P. Koller" Micro, Fla.

rail and :eatA; reward i i- offered for
of the .
same day. All orderwill r T.-pniinptand careful attuntion
received short call from Mr.
-"e a ito return to MrS.. Alden Sherwood, \\ In'HUT i b\ h'lc.raph.1ctt'I' .A. l. Hatch fc Son
J. T. Snell, of Eau Gallie, Monday -The Fin.>ml'II'- Concert, which wa Rockledge, Fla. r iH-V-oii. 17 j I .

afternoon. announced in the STAR last week for tonight -- i! DIALLKSIN:
ONE Hundred and FortyFourcre.-,
Messrs. J. R. Field and J. R. Carter, ; has been indefinitely po-tponed on with a I irontaire of l',H. rodon Lake TITUS DRY GOODS NOTIONS

Merritt, gave us a pleasant call on account of the inability to ;get the part Worh, on wetide ; new house with : 1
ready. piazza, office IGxlS: and out-building- ; Titusville, Indian River Florida.

Monday morning.Our Mr. Ed Hill of Cocoa, killed a gist nice lawn and shrubbery. This property Hardware, Crockery Saddlery
marshal, T. W. Smith, ha ?o :llljoi n.. the new town of 1.:1 ike Worth, t;. H. .!'1:0 i'rultrietor. Stationery, Family Medi-
foot rattlesnake the road i below
ou -
i far recovered from his sickness that he county and is a ;great har; lin. Price. $2,fOO.> > cines Garden SetJs.
has resumed his po.-t again. here, yesterday with a big -tick. lIe Term : cash..Ipply to Porter & Potter, Large Airy Rooms ; Excellent Cui- ,
carried it to Ccoa a* -peciineii for Mr. Lake Worth Fla. ill) sine. CHOICE GROCERIES
of the Erie -- ----- -- ,
:Mr. Brice
president Uhoads, the taxidermi.t.Notice T\\.ESTY--EYES:: of Land

railway, of New York, and a party have of incorporation of the Halifax about 00) rodfronting; on Lake Worth ;; This well-kri vn il.m-r i i- now open Hay, Corn, Mapes Fertilizers.

been on Indian River during the past and Indian River Railway Companywill several acres in tropical _trees_ of all fur the reception ot ;ue-t-. CITY 1'OI.Vr. I.'I..OIUD.
kindli"0 ;:;O ----- - -- --- -
week. ; : cocoanut tree, in bearing; j
be found in another column] this lime, lemon-, ;guava and sugar-apples in GRAND VIEW HOTEL
-The celebrated woodLewis; case, wel' would : I : EACOTT & Co.
not -urpri-ed to -ee bearinsr.! :Several acre-of good hammockand ; ,
which attracted *o much attention at the large of drained bottom land. ;.
another railroad built to Indian River by a ; area '
lat term of court waup again yesterday next wintereaon.: Price, :$;jIIOo AppU tq Porter & Potter TITUSVILLE. FLA. TITI"S'f1LLl:, 1'1..1..

Lake Worth. Tia. 4G -,)--
morning. The attorney have some I WORKERS
Dr. F. II.
Houghton :-edited the
lively times over it. dead manatee from Mes-rs. Bartle- and Tie most centrally located Hotel in City. i I

Service was held in the new Presbyterian Xellers, and has sent the skeleton to the\ -()- CSI'TTKKIXU, KOOPlMi.Intl.Mitiiuftu'tnriit"()( .
Church fur the first time last Sun cIi NEW Hor E. FIRST-CLASS IN :
State Agricultural College, of Ohio, at I I ;
day. Mr. Foy has reason to be. proud of EVERY HE 1'EcT. ,11'in
Columbu, where, no doubt, it will at-
the work he has accomplished in the all the round. Table r I Ware.Galvanize 1 .
tract a great deal of attention a<* a rare Open' year u-ur- '

time he has been here. curiosity paned. Uath Room- Free. Work & R8Dairin of all kiDis.I.ot..atiou .

-The ladies of the Presbyterian -Mr. J. H. Sams received Tuesday Rates y2JU i. SJ.: per I5aj. '

church held their first meeting on Tuesday ;- si'KCiAL IAH.'" I'IIVITK.. Uht
from Tallahassee the blank certificates 10l I : TtllST-, near
afternoon. There will be a prayer .T.rl.. .JIlL LEll'o'ieol'. 4.I
>3 given to pupils of our schools who are
meeting at this church every Wednesday ROYAL
able to pass 7 t per cent. on examination.

evening regularly.A This is done to encourage the scholars I! ROBBINS GRAHAM VI

party of about thirty visited the their studies and help prepare them for I ,

ocean beach, opposite the" Haulover, on teaching if they desire. Ii I r!'

Sunday, going aud returning in the
-On Tuesday morning Mr. E. H.

steamer Cleo, which had just been Walter, of New York-old hi-three-acre
launched from the boat-ways. ... .
orange grove, at City Point, to Me- r-.

-Quite a commotion was caused in II. and J. Banks, Atlanta, Georgia, tl4Klf4GI I .

front of the Titus House, about 1:30, on the consideration i being 3700. The I
Tuesday afternoon, by the capturing and Mes.-rs. Banks have also purchased land Ii I i LANDS BOUGHT AND SOLD.

slaying of a rattlesnake that was snugly from Mr. Add. Dixon, adjoining the I
i ensconced under the sidewalk. above grove. I I Loans Negotiated on First Class Security at from 12 to 24 per cent.

The telegraph office has been removed -Mr. New bury and wife, of Magnolia, APOWDER Choice \lot in rapidly growing Town, will net inv'*>t<.r- dill' 11.r]

f from the end of the railway' N. C., have been visiting Capt. and Mrs.R. cent. in twelve month.-

wharf to the depot on shore, which i is a I Paddison for a few days, and started RoideiuMlots: : in Titu-vill; from S2O: all to SHH)().

great accommodation to our people, saving on their return home la-t Saturday.Mr. This powdernevervaries.Amarvel of purity Nosiness l :: lot from S'JoO to Si.oim.
them walk the strength anil wholesomeness! More eco
many a during busy Newbury was very much pleaedwith nouucnl than the urUnarkiwIs., and cannot
Clays of the week. Titusville, and invested here, ex- be sold in competition'ftll the multitude of Agents for Florida Southern Railway Lands.
low test, short weight, alum or phosphate
-Miss Sutherland, an intimate friend pecting to make this a winter home. po\vderi. Sold only in cans. '
Royal Baking Powder ,o. 10G Wall-bt., \.Y.
I of Capt. and Mrs. R. P. Paddison, returned -MesrA.. M. Hamilton & Co., in More than :;.()()O.fXJ1'4':0) ( ) :; of ('Irvin' Landlocate(1:: in nearly even:

t to her home in Goldsboro'" N. C., their oyster shipping and re-taurautbu-i- !: For Sale Cheap county in the :State 'suitahlo: for Fartll IJ! !. ( ;razill :. Fruit and Vt etahfGrowingPine.
last Saturday. Quite a number of her ness this winter, have done far better I i ('Yl'reawl:: Cedar Timber price SI per Acre

newly-made acquaintances in Titusville than they expected. They are still continuing A BEARING ORANGE GROVE, !] upwards.P. : .

accompanied her to the train. O. Box ijO Titu.-ville Florida.A.
}I to ship their fine fish and oystersto At Mims Station. ; .

-Mr. and Mrs. A. Becker expect to all sections of the State, while their
i On the J. T. tt A' W. Haihuiy, F;jur Milt
start on their return toward their homein restaurant ha. an enviable!
oyster reputation GRAHAM.
nTt 'ilh.oUU '
Canada to-morrow, but will spend a with tho-e who have patronized it. i 11
I Rearing Tixv, antI :liO O> Young Trce.set Clerk Circuit Court. Atty. at Law. 11'
I short time Jacksonville, St. .\ugu-tine -Mr. Hutchinson has the frame work I out about :3 yeaix. The grove covers 7uTe
and other in the State before : -'. Sufficient land surnmndin;; the
places for his new hotel the
up ; I trove to make up 'JO acre will 1 he old. BREVARD ABSTRACT OF TITLE COMPANY
leaving the South for the summer. river. The ground plan shows the size I The grove i- well fence and there i-i a

-We hear that at a future date it i is to be 40x120. Verandas will extend the I I dwelling i i.oni what out of repair!i un the I
place. Itight on the railway ; Iethan \ Complete .\lusts-acts. .' Title furnished to all land III Wre"ard
the intention of some of our ladies to full length of the building ou the ea-t, .
I from depot, *tore*, iH>>t-oJHce, express oitil \ count1.'lo..lda..
charter one of our small steamer and facing the river, for the height of three etc. Thi.. ijrove will be sold very ;

' have a trip to Rockledge. Small basket I stories. On the west the verandas will cheap within the next tjij day Titles Examined and Perfected.Box .

of provisions will, no doubt, be broughtby I extend in front of the main part of the Apply to lCobbiii A (4raliun.W.ARNINc! .

the ladies, as is usual, and a jolly outing j building about forty feet. It is rumored 250, Titusville Fla.
for the day will be had. Sunday ;j that the fourth story will be fitted up -- - -- -- -- --- ---

would be a suitable! day for those who for use as Signal Service offices DOST. ...BL at the.CLIVLL N: irth a\ertiBing BY 'O\I\ to: pay: Ur;.e WE CALL THE ATTENTION

are closely confined to business six days -General pricf for Hides Far and Sinus, but sell your
j Bentley, general manager of good: at buii.e. For hiKbtst prices ship them to ff the people of Indian River to our stock of Ciood-,

in the week.A I the Jacksonville. Tampa and Key We-t :C. E. PONTIER & Co., which we are offering at very close margin.

phantom ball took place, on Monday i[ Railway, escorted a party of friends, last We make a specialty of
Oil.uulo. F1.4., box 3:7 : or Tampa, Fla.,
evening, at Wager's Hall. There week, to Titusville, and thence to Lo\'k box 30.

4 was a large attendance, and the affair 1 ledge aud lower Indian River, Jupiter WANTED TO BUY Groceries Grain and Flow

proved to bo quite an enjoyment for our i Inlet, and Lake Worth. Among the ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND Hay ,

1 young folks, as well as for the spectators, party were Mrs. Bentley aud Miss Bentley Hio.OOOi, Green, Salted of

who were highly amused at some of the of New York ; Mr. Tag and Hon. ALLIGATOR SKINS. On which we will g \special inducements.e carry a large stock

ludicrous performances and make-up of J; James Gallagher, of Connecticut ; Hon. HERON PLUMES GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS, BOOTS AND SHOES, HATS AND CAPS, ETC.

the disciples of Terpsichore. On the Winslow Pierce, of New York ; Henry AND BIRD SKINS OF ALL KINDS greatly to
!i Which we are offering at low figures. Those needing will find it
whole the dance was a success, and those D. Pierce, of Indianapolis; :Mrs. and. bought in season. Quotations sent on application. i lowj .
their interest
: Reference :-First National Bank of Tampa. For ::I to give us a call as we are selling shoes very
who were present appeared to have enjoyed Miss Keith, of South Carolina ; and Mr !!! further information call ou or addreaa C. E. ''I j We will be pleaded to quote prices at any time.
I i PO\TIER k CO. Orlando Fla., Box 3-27 :
the phantom party immensely. and Mrs R. H. Mason, of Seville, Fla. or Tampa, Fla.. Box 30. 33-Gm I E. L. :aa.A.DY ce:, :BRO