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:
May 10, 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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Gfor?lana Postofficc Robbed.The Jupiter. I Fourth of July Regatta and I Democrats in Dade County, I Call for llretard County Democratic -

Postofllce at Georgiana is kept by Qaeen Terpsichore reigned at Jupiter I Sports at Titus,.Hle. 1SSS. I Con" Jtlon.

\lt C. F. Allen at his store, and bisplaie last Monday night. She doesn't often A meeting of citizens was held, on A meeting of the Democratic Execu- The Democratic party of Brevard coun-

was visited last Thursday nigbt by can this way, but when she does all loyal Tuesday evening, at the Firemen's Hall, tire Committee was held at Miami Saturday ty will hold a convention at the Court

I thief, who succeeded in securing the subjects within sight, sound and sailing for the purpose: of organizing committees April 24, and Monday following, House in Titusville on Thursday, May

gum of $60 or more, part of which was distance assemble to render her due hom- and fully discussing the advisability of pursuant to instructions of the meeting 17,1SSS, at 3 o'clock p. in., for the pur-

postoffice funds and part belonged to Mr. ge. It was late in the afternoon when celebrating the 4th of July in Titusvilleby held April ?. J. A. McCrory was unan- I pose of electing three delegates to the

Allen individually. The circumstances Captain John Fitzgerald, of the steamer I having a regatta and various other moiibly elected chairman and II. T. State Convention to be held at St. Augustine -

all point that Peter Ileddick, the notorious Chattahoochee, notified the "boys" that sports.Mr. Priest secretary of the committee for the May 2l, 1888, and to elect delegates !*

negro robber, was the one who per- he had cleared the deck for action-of ensuing year. A blll'a: then taken, to the Congressional Convention of
I G. H. Altree was elected chairman
petrated the robbery. He was arrested nimble feet. It was time enough, though, and Hon. J. W. Ewan was elected delegate the Second District of Florida.
I and Mr. S. H. Kay, secretary.
at Cocoa the following day by Messrs. for the eager, industrious young men. i Inter rtlifi, a committee of five was :appointed to represent Dade county in the The Democracy of Brevardcouuty wilL

Circle and Canova, the latter knowing They at once set out in different directions State Convention to be held at St. Augustine also hold a second convention at the
collect fund elect
to a treasurer, ,
him by sight. Messrs.! Circle and Can- to notify their best girls and big on the 29th of May, and also to Court House in Titusville! on Wednesday -
i etc., composed of Dr. W. S. Graham,
arrested him on the evidence of his brother and sisters that there would be the Congressional Convention of the Second I the r)th day of September 1888, at :S
ova G. II. Altree, S. H. Kay, J. Birnbaumand
having robbed Mr. A. A. Stewart's house, :. a big dance on the big boat. The invitations J. F. Lewi District Florida. for 188*. The o'clock p. m., for the purpose of making

it this place, jut the week before where I were as eagerly accepted as ex- It was also moved and unanimously following sub-committees were appointed j Democratic nominations to fill the following

be secured a gold watch, a shot-gun Mine, ; ended. The girls didn't waste much carried that the following gentlemen be for the respective precincts, viz : j offices : A Sheriff Treasurer, Collector

valuable paper, etc., and after being I time washing dishes after supper, while committee Precinct Xo. 1-11'aveland-W. H. i of Revenue, Tax A-M: stir, County
appointed as a ou programme,
arrested it was discovered that he was' the "boys' rummaged and ransacked Baker, J. S. Roberts, John Cleniin-on. Judge and Clerk of the Circuit Court ;
viz., Howell Titus E. 15. Wager, Dr. I
the likely person that visited: Georgiana. their wardrobes for their patent leather Precinct No. 2-Lake Worth-E. N. lh.o\ Representative and a Senator for
Benson, G. W. Mackenzie and E. H.
Thurbday night he secured Mr. Fultz's pumps swallow-tail coats and biledhirts. Purdy. Dimick, O. S. Porter, A. E. Field. I the next Legislature Florida ; also new 4

boat at Ilockledgc and landed at Georgi- It is unanimously conceded Subscriptions will be received from Precinct No. 3-Mianti-J.A.McCro- Democratic Executive Committee. At +i

ana at Mr. White's place, one mile northof that the credit for the most recherche costume -1 residents of Titusville and neighborhood ry, K. A. Peacockr :\Mettair.. each of the above conventions each pre l

the postollice, and on his return with belongs to Mr. Thomas J. O'Brien, Precinct No. Elliott's Key-Henry cinct will 1)0 entitled to the following +
and also from those who reside on Indian number delegates:
the boat to Rockledge landed at Major the handsome and happy assistant of the Filer, W. D. Albury, Jonathan Sands.
River for the furtherance of the above
Barker's Bluff .....I lImlo\"cr..2
Magruder's place instead of placing the Signal Service Station. lie appeared in Apportionment for delegates to the ........ '
i. object,which is intended to 1 be a thoroughsuccess. City Point. ::I LaGrane..I; :
boat where he found it. He was di-cov- the habiliments he was wont to wear I I county convention to be held at Lake Canaveral.....,......1 :Merrill's Island..2 t
ered-with $57.00) upon his person when when attending Presidential receptions: that Worth Thursday August 10, 1SSS, for Kan: (iallie..a:5 \131:1ar.l
stated the Mr.
' here to and he and Cabinet at It was at meeting nominating a Representative and a Eden......... .......1 Melbourne......._..1
he arrived to go jail, un- meetings Washington, :
, Howell Titus would !start the.-ubscription Fort Drum.........2 Narrows...... ......1 flquested
doubtedly can tell where the three or before he was aware of the beauties of County Judge, County Clerk, Sheriff:
list: with $2... The STAR will he pleasedto Fort Pierce.........2 lh'ckledge..S
four watches are that have been stolen 'lorida. publish the names of subcribcrs.There Tax Assessor, Tax Collector, Treasurer, Georgian:!...........1 'I'itusville..5 i

from different penonwithin the past Shortly after 7 o'clock Professors I Superintendent of Public Instruction, The Primaries in each of the above '

week or -o. He is now in jail to await Pierce and Clcminson, of Lake Worth, I was a very good attendance, County Surveyor, Justices of the precincts elect the above delegates will

his trial or return to the penitentiary, ascended the main stairway of the steamer taking into consideration the unpropitious Peace and Constables; also to elect dele- be held at each voting place therein a*,
state of the weather, and the meeting follows, to elect delegates to the County
where he is now under sentence for two with the instruments of mirth and gates to the convention to be held at Ti- a
all Convention of Jla17th on Wednesday: ,
most beingin
years, having escaped from Enterprise mclo y. The orchestra. wa-n't very large, I was orderly throughout tusville on Wednesday, :September ;th, the 2d day of :\Iay"; to elect delegates to
favor of and the
jail, after his conviction, sometime since hut the mu-ie was. The next arrival was a regatta sports on next, for nominating a Senator for the I the County Convention of September f>tli

before he was removed to the penitentiary. Sergt. Lichty, of the Signal :Service St.i- -1th of July. Of course it mu-t be un- Thirteenth District of Florida, said district -I on Monday, the 20th day of .\ugn t.I .
dl'rstllthat deal of the of the The following have been '
a success persons
tion. lIe didn't go early because he is embracing the counties of Dade and I appointed
the Democratic
affair will depend the amount of
--- --- unusually fond of dancing or the girls: ei upon Brevard: Committee for each precinct, and are re- t
The Clobber <"aulIt at Last. there The truth is that-he is rather inclined money to work upon, therefore it behooves Precincto.. 1,2 delegates ; precinct I to arrange for the primaries in

During the past few weeks Indian to ha..hfnlnes.mill realizes that the citizens on our river and elsewhere No. 2. -t ; precincto.. :3,4; precinct No. I their respective precincts: i
to send in their subscriptions at theirearlie Hauhner. II. Nauman, J. D.
River has been kept aroused by depredations this is leap year. By the time the younger .1, :?. fawn, Ed. :Summerlin.Canaveral .

of robbery, and it was not at first ladies arrived he was :safe in the protection convenience :so that the committees The sub-committees will please call -N. N. Penny, Robert Ransom n

supposed that one person was attending of Mrs. Fitzgerald, who spared appointed may commence business their primaries at the voting places in Orlando ljuarterman.Rockledge ?
the business himself alone but recent with some amount of zeal to consummate for he the -Lyinan Barnes, R. C. Slay
to by rim the pain of refusing any proposalfrom time delegates to at .convention -
this much-desired treat for the C. B. Maruder.Malabar .
fact that Peter
evidence to without
points the fairest females in Florida. The delay.
.-Mr. Maynard, Ed. Arnold
Uc dick has concocted the plans ; girls have vowed to be reycnged. Mr. people. )Ie- rs Bostic and Harp, representatives )I'lboumeF..nihb, D. W. Me.-

and carried them through very nearly Lichty will not long remain outside the After several: minor subjects had been of the 1.:1kerorth DemocraticClub Quail, l'.1. Hector.

cucccfeful, until he reached Titusville.lie ranks of the Benedicts. fully discussed: the meeting adjourned were present, and were tendered a Barker's Bluff S. hitching, Dcmp-cy .

went by the name of Frank Green, Suddenly the heavy tread of measured until Monday evening next, at eight vote of thanks for their efforts and that Cain, Paul Kroeirel.Titusville S/H.!.
Ray, Frank Reed E.B. .
and has been at Cocoa for over three footsteps: fell upon the ears of the assembled o'clock, when all those who have the interests of the club to secure harmony and success I Wager. ,

month, where he worked industriously! guests. A grand rush was: made of the above sports at heart, are to Dade's Democracy.The XlrrowJ P. Grey, John J. La-

and was thought to be a faithful and for the bow of the boat, when an imposing invited to be present.: It is hoped the meeting then adjourned ine die. Roche Noah A get1.

honest man. The day following the nighthe spectacle greeted the eye. At the meeting will be a large and representativeone. ; J. A. McCuoRV, Chairman.II. Fort Drum-JlorglII Swain, Henry
Holmes J. T. p ljrett..
robbed Mr. Stewart's house, wherehe head of as handsome and hardy a lot of T. PRIEST:; Secretary. City Point-J. D. Hatter, T. R. Dixon,

was so closely pressed by Doc Stewart men as ever pulled an oar were Superintendent The business men of Titusville and Miami, Fla., April 2:{, 188,*. R. A.Hardee.

that he left his shoes in escaping through Frank Sams and Capt. Charles I all others, are earnestly requested. respond Merrill' IolauJ. H. :Sams, "'. R.

an open door; these shoes were identified Carlin, of the U. S. Life Saving Station. :!I as liberally as possible: : to the subscription First Honors.We Sander J. ll. Carter.
Eau Gallic B. J. Stewart, II. R
by several of our colored citizens, and as Their "boy.s" put as much vigor and ; committee when called upon, so are pleased to announce to the instead) T. J. Snell.

he started toward Enterprise efforts were zest into waltzing as they would into I that the committee on pro ramme may friends of Capt. and Mrs. Paddi-on, also I Gcur ianAllt'n 15oothe, Charley

made to capture him in that direction, wrecking. The girls stood it girlfully. feel warranted in offering such attractionson Miss Katie Paddison herself: as she made', Magruder, Rufus Stewart. !

but failed. It now turns out that the Until the midnight hour arrived Assistant the Fourth as will bring large excursions many friends during her vacation spentat I i Carter aGrange, Perry Thomas I>a}'. Johnson, A. J.

Sunday following he returned to Indian Keeper Dwight A. Allen representedthe from all parts of South Florida. The Titusville last summer, that the young Fort Pierce-T. J. DeSteubcn, J. S..

River at Cocoa, where he no doubt has tall tower on the hill ; after that I celebration at this point is intended to lady distinguished herself on the 2nd I Bell, "'. \\'. Layport.EucnThollla. .

confederates his plunder is concealed, time Captain Armour graced the occa- I be more than an ordinary affair: and if inst.! at Salem, N. C., by receiving the ., E. Richard-. II. Ix>

perhaps within a few miles of the place. sion with his presence. He was accom- I the committees who have the responsibility honor of Class Essayist at the seminaryshe I Tournau. D. L. nA rI.lIJ.X, Chairman.II. .

Being questioned pretty closely on Monday panied by his wife and daughter, Miss of making it a success are aided was attending. This she received F. ATKINSON, Secretary.

t and Tuesday, he made a confessionto Lydia. Among the others present were I by the co-operation of our citizens at amid the shouts and applause of teachers ----- --

Sheriff Bowman, in which he said he Miss Kate Reinhard, of Jacksonville; I large, there is no doubt that hundreds and scholars. In her class there were IVliat Am I to Do } '

would endeavor to secure the stolen Miss West, of Hope Sound ; John Ross: I of excursionists will pay their first visit four young ladies that stood the same, The symptoms of Biliousness are unhappily +
but well known. differin
property if he would allow him to go of Lake "'orthlr.. and Mrs. John to Titusville and view our lovely river and as there was no way of deciding different too individuals to some They extent.A .

down the River. Messrs. J. E. Bowman Roberts, of Hope Sound, and the Misses II with delight. which two of the four deserved the highest Bilious man i is seldom a breakfast !

(sheriff) and Tom Smith (marshal) Carlin, of Jupiter. i ------ honor, accordingly, the honor of Class eater. Too frequently, alas, he has an

started for Enterprise with him on Tues Perhaps the most enjoyable number S1'ATEI:11'1.. i Essayist is considered as high an honor excellent appetite for liquids, but none
for solids in the His
day morning, and it is hoped that all thparties on the programme was a little surprise as that of Valedictorian or Salutatorian.; morning. tongue
William Dinkle, while assisting: at the II I will hardly bear inspection at any time;
who have lost goods by his hand on the part of Captain Fitzgerald. Shortly saw-mill at Crown Point, last week, received Capt. Paddison and Mrs. Paddison if it is not white and furred, it is rough, .
will recover them. His confession places I after midnight he suddenly marched I have just reason to feel proud of Miss I at all events.

him once more within the walls of the up to the orchestra and ordered them to an ugly wound in his thigh from Katie's distinguishing herself in this I The digestive system wholly out of '
a piece of timber thrown from the planer I order and Diarrhoea or Constipation may
penitentiary for a number of years, but Of the manner in a select school representingthe
cease playing instantly. course I't
l he the
while running at full speed. The tirn a symptom, or two may
** he has made a career for himself as a order was obeyed, but nobody could ber, after penetrating the bone, rebounded best talent from many different 'I t There are often Hemorrhoids or even
desperate robber, it is doubtful if even guess what was the meaning of it until State We congratulate her heartily on loss of blood. There may be giddiness 1

years of imprisonment will exterminate he gave the second order, Fall in For : five or"six feet. Although Mr. inkle her !success, and hope she may be the I and often headache and acidity or flatulence -
the is some t> > or 70 years old, he bears the and tenderne-s in the pit of the
stealing of his nature i i of other honors high
propensity ward-march and he led the way to recipient equally as
stomach. To all this if
misfortune with much fortitude. He i is correct not effect
Let this be a warning to other evil doers. the after cabin, where a big banquet was throughout her lifetime. I a cure try dreeii' Aityust Flower; it costs
.. an old veteran, one of Stonewall Jack- .
spread. All the delicacies of the season ----- but a little, and thousands attest its efficacv. ,
Jel s1cs. !i son's foundation rocks. As>l;:iimeiit. j .
The and several other seasons graced the festive I
following are the names of sonic j Orlando Reporter: .La*t week a family The firm of Reed Steere made an assignment - ----- -- -
of board. After it had been duly discussed Renews Her Youth.
the '
delegates to the County Convention dancing was resumed, and the came up from lower Brevard county last Saturday for the benefit of ,[ Mrs. Phoebe Chesley, Peterson, Clay {

to IK hell next Thursday at tin with a load of fine grape-fruit, which I their creditors to )Ir. Robt. Morrow. '1 Co., Iowa, tells the following remarkable
place last light of the ball room was not ex- I
: they had no trouble in selling at two I The liabilities of the firm are estimatedat j story, the truth of which vouched for
TitusvilleA. tinguished until Old Sol was stretching ': by the residents of the town : "I am 73
A. Stewart, M. S. Jones, 'CCnt8 a piece by the wholesale. They about $1,800. The assets consists of a
Robert himself for his strongest summer shine. years old, have lien troubled with kidney -
Morrow, J. F. Heed, E. II. WaE JUPITER OI.Y rrt-s. 1! came nearly sixty miles to get here, and stock inventory of $1,200 and open accounts -' complaint and lamene-s for many

; alternate, T. \, Smith, S. II. Ray" I i seemed thunderstruck at the growth Orlando of about $-$00, only part of which years; could not dress myself without

b- F. Gray, J. i). Blake, P. M. Fisher. A. J. Rose, E'i: }., was up oil a visit I was putting on. One of the visitors I are collectable. The business is being help. Now I am free from all pain arid
and able do all
oneness am to own
UGrange. J. Carter, C. D. Pur I from Kissimmee this week, says the Orlando J was the wife of the famous Alligator t carried on by Mr. J. F. Reed for the as housework., I owe my thanks: to my Electric -

year, T. J. Cockshutt and A. Brady.Kockledge I Reporter. He says that his brother, ; Platt,*' whom Canoga tells about in I !signee. Bitters for having renewed mv :youth
-Julius G. S.: HarI I : in Florida .. removed all)) lisea "
King, R. E. Rose the general his Life Adventures South completely ( "eandpain. !
Capt. ,
d(*. L. D. Hancock. .fa>. Mitchell. Al the St. Cloud farm, returned managerof I! ," as having once jumped astride of a i''I The Weekly Tarpon,of Tarpon Spring, Try a bottle, .0c.and 1 $, at all drugstores
ternatw-Cha sugar i has been i issued since March 24 : in Titu-ville and on Indian River
Hammond i ow-
A. J. Moore
from Philadelphia last Saturday, having : big alligator and riding him to shore like :
---- -- ------
Slav Felix Poppell, J. ii. Dick: on and II. C. ordered $i 3OIN, < ) worth of additional machinery I a horse, by simply boring his thumbs in 1 ing to the failure of the cylinder of the -*** We particularly request that our
respectively. the 'gator's .: new press to arrive. The cylinder was subscribers will be good enough to noto
for the mill. One eyes.
Melbourne_D. \\"'. alternate etc., sugar lost in transit between Fernandina and the time of expiration of their subscription
S. p. Gibb. McQuahv l of the new machines: is called a shredder I, Over 12,000 registered at the Ponce de 1: New York. Another ba... been sent for. account to the STAI: as set forth on ; I

(' ," and is used for working over the Leon during the season.! The daily average the small name-and-address: slip pasted
dam ourtney-T.. II. Sander and M.S. cane which has been ground, when it i is for fifteen weeks was :300.) At $10 a John W. Hardin and son, of Mont- upon their newspapers or wrapper By
soaked in water and run through another j verde, are catching alligators on Lake reference to the printed and pasted slip
day each, which is not a large estimate,
r I pair of rollers, thus extracting the sugar Apopka. During a couple of days: in theearly our subscribers can ob-erve whether their
Sil lion. Frank Jones and Mr. Charles 1 remaining in the stalk, which is lost by : this would make a gross income of $300- subscription is .over-run, and also how
of the week
UnSiair'- Xew Hampshire, who are l the ordinary method. Among other OuO. The expenses were probably $IW-, part they captured one long it has to run. AVe shall esteem it a

heaf; interested in Tavares, and lost i. things ordered is the material for a four- 000-a' net income of 150000. It used j that was ten feet long, another twelve, favor if our readers will give this matter

V.y by tbe fire, have offered to furnish I mile tramway to be used for hauling cane I I j to be said that the Ponce de Leon was a and a third fifteen feet long-the latter their attention and !send in all over-due
WerVi.moneyto all whose buildingsorrjf0estr from the field. As it is now, the expense j having a horn three inches long on its or unpaid subscriptions at their earlie-t:
f yed at legal rate of interest j of getting the cane to the mill is quite I| rich man's hobbA very profitable snout, hippopotamus fashion. This: is convenience. The STAt i is 1.5t per
purpose of rebuilding. i heavy. i i hobby. a rare circumstance. annum, in advance.THE .




CALIFORNIA'S "GLORIOUS CLIMATE." shock given by these fishes has been i I Passenger Department.DeBARY 1 I J. .\. McCRORY, Atty-at-Law. J. W. EWAX, Notary Paplie.

compared to that of a single Leyden jar, I

Very Fine, indeed During Certain Months and can be plainly felt by fifty persona & PEOPLE'S LINESTEBMERS. i

of the Year. in a. circle.-Stockton Mail. McCRORY & SWAN

And first of all I will try and tell some- I : ,

thing about this "glorious" climate I The Size of Rain Drops. j

1 (which could be much more appropriately I Variations in the size of rain drops are I

called "slippery"), of which so much dependent upon the differences in the
has been said and written. The fact is i height from which they have fallen and Real
that the climate California is a climate to the amount of atmospheric disturbance Biscayne Bay Estate

differing almost with every county, and ; present at the time. If fallen from agreat

to speak of the climate of California as a i height the drops suffer gradual ,

whole is greatly to mislead people, for t division into smaller and smaller parts, '

you cannot say it is perfectly line or detestably until they are converted into a mist. In', City of .Jacksonville: ,

mean, although both could l>e ': calm weather with the clouds near tha Y'AITAIX W. A. SIL\"". AG-ENCY.

p said with truth by any one interested in ( earth's surface, the drops are largo and
saying the one or the other. heaw.-G lobeDemocrat.WHOLESALE Daily trom Jacksonville except Saturday.II. I j
The climate for example of San Fran- : [Miami Dade Count ::1 1'IOl.i.ln.
!3. .
S cisco during certain months of the year BUFFALO HUNTING. :

is beyond measure fine. Our eastern j i CAPT. I. C. HALL, j
friends, leaving. the frosty air and dying !I Narrow 1 !..('itJIC" of a Party of White 'ten.l ,
vegetation ushering in their long cold l! A Thrillinc Sig:it. Daily from :San: ford eXl'epturHlay.: law Valuable Land-for >:Fronting on Hi- :,ynt'" Ilay. t?:t...**** amfor .-'il|'. .n
Itade County at prirtranging from $:'!.:M to S., JUT aUt'. i?rah mm.! '
winters, ride right into our mild Indian I They heard strange noises, and looking ON ST. JOHN'S RIVER. iSCihCtlttleMtty' i a tin.(
' summer, filled with full ripened fruits, !j toward then t Wield a great black

luxurious flowers and perfect vegetation; 1 surging; nia:,:;. waving and rolling up 2 9. I'it 7.
Splendid Sites for Hotels and Winter Residences Overlooking the
Bay and
or, leaving the fro t and snows of Christmas across: the prairie, half hidden by great MIl"TH LASD1St;". squid.Leave. | Ocean
find here a bright, warm Italian cloud of du>t. which wen only occasionally Arm
winter, lowers in full bloom fruits in ;j Mown away )by the brisk, autumn ;;'.0 pm .JIl'k"n"illt, tWaUl; ;

plenty, etc., and tourists taking their I wind.!. It was the great herd of buffalo '9M:':11 t0) I'ru I' III -"l'l-.i l'aIJt1 1:Lea::m1 Vt'm. :'

trip at that time of the year are apt to and they had been stampeded by the Indian 4o I' Ul P.olhest.'n 11;40 p iuIthlOpm
home and the idea of : 1:tm. p ru Webh I IJ:2 j
return convey some hunters. The roar of the hoofs
t : :1)0 lU d t. Georgt; 9:10 p m i i Government Lands Surveyed and Located for Settlers.
wonderfully glorious warm, delightful j upon the dry earth was like the low and 1.5: a IU Cohtsia 7:15 p m !!I
climate. But what about the cold fogs, j sullen thunder. The vanguard of the i iherd ]::0 a m btflr .:10 p m I I i
that lie nearly half of the year like a was vet more than a mile away, but I; 4:4. a m -. fI'T.antl Iaudhg 5.Oo p m ,
4:15 -
::.Oam lI pin I
heavy pall over the city, commencingearly the dark line stretched to right and left :i l'rh't' .
in the afternoon and disappearingonly almost as far as the eye could reach, and : "(10 a m Enterprise 2.30 p m
late in the mornings? What about hunters that instant 9:11'1: a IU aufnrl1, l'lt Wharf 1:to: p in i il:45piu Taxes fur non-residents title inve-ti ated and attract funu.-lu-i ,
our saw anc.1l'recipi-i( 9Jt a 1U .llIfurl, :. 1' U. 1:. : | paid ? "u Ji->r: n, tit.
the clouds of dust swept down by the tate flight was necessary in order to save : of any lands in Dade county, as we have a
h cold winds from the ocean? What about I their lives. They specially chose the CONSKCTIONS Tocoi with :'t. Johns Railroad;

the long, dry, dusty summer months, northward as offering the shortest and : at Pdlatka with J,1111'allil Tlorula Southern ll-iht.ix Railway liner: at Railroad Holies,
with t.
when everything is withered and parched, best direction by which to escapo the at ton.Wor with? M Johns and lake Kuti llailwaj; Complete Abstract of Titles of the Public Records
and all are fairly choked with dust and :I coming avalanche, and. sinking the spurs 1''at' DeLand Landing with 1h.Land and St. Johns
of rain and sickness and death Railroad; at Blue Sprin-j with U. S.. O. C. and A. :I
want are deep into their terror stricken beasts, they
Railway: at Enterprise with A. C.. M. J. & I. R.
on every hand from unflushed sewers, flew with the velocity of an arrow across: Railroad for Trns\jlle; at :-;all1'or,1itl1 train of I,
i etc.? What about the long, wearisome II the wild prairie. Amile was covered in !!i iI the S. F. Railroad lor Tampa: at Tampa with the I| of the County and keep ported from day to day. IVtdMortmain; and ,ether in,tn..
: steamer MARORET. ot the Plant Steamship Line. I meats of writing carefully drawn hy uand aeknowledmenttaken ht--iur
rains, although the rains are really the I a. few seconds, and yet they were not for I'oints Tampa Bay; and Manatee Rnei; also up nwlundesired.
least disagreeable feature of all the ills I past the herd, which was rapidly closingin with the: Plant Steamship Line steamships Call un or address 11- hy letter for any information concerning latuU ?n I l'i."
of the San Francisco climate? upon tlnetmm.They { OLIVETTI and MA:-COTTE for Key West and carne Bay or in the countyEXCELSIOR
i Havana every Monday and Thursday, arming at i
While all this is true of San Francisco, turned their horses' heads
partly i i Key We..t Tuesday and Friday, and Havana; Weilncnd.i.r |
yet, right across the bay, in what might in the direction the buffaloes: were going, j and S-ttifrday.:; IVturnnifj, leaves llavaua ;l 11eCrOrV t''.J ihVall..
be called the suburbs (yet really San and, urging them to their utmost speed, I! everyweduesday; anil Saturday. ,

Francisco has no suburbs, an objectionable finally passed the outer line of the herd i i C. HALE.General I'i-,ecger Ajrtnt. Denary Line I -

feature for commerce), the climateis just as the leaders passed by. Then W. M,DAVIDSON. I

milder-less fogs, less chilling winds, having reached a place of safety, they Ot neral'tralric A (ent. People's Line ORANGE FOOD

less dust etc. ; and, still again, as you dismounted, and, throwing their bridle i
f leave San Francisco and travel southward reins over their arms, commenced to j ,

the change in climate is more noticeable.One load and fire into the herd with all pos- t I: AOTICC.

can write most truthfully of the sible rapidity, nearly every shot killing :State: of Florida. \ A NEW FERTILIZERPrepared

climate of California. and yet contradict or disabling an animal. It took nearly I County of Dado. )i especially for the Orange and containing the several element* lllCt."SlT\

one's self at every other line. From all half an hour for the rolling, surging, I I Take notice that six inonth after the to sustain plant life, viz : '

this the conclusion can justly be drawn angry horde to pass the point where our I i i date hereof I will present: to the County
that each one can find the climate they hunters stood, and as the rear guard i .Iutlgeof'Iatle'otuttvnty: I final accounts: PHOSPHORIC ACID POTASH, CALCIUM, AZOTE.

most like by a. proper selection of county. came in sight there came a new and still I and vouchers> Executrix of (Clinrle This Fertilizer has been produced after years of study by PROF. O. I>r.G. I ERT LA.a .

The climate of San Diego is written of more terrible scene in the great tragedy. i :Moore late of )Dado County. deceased, -< being far superior to any high grade fertilizer on the market and it i ifoM

as mild and equable and delightful, and More than 100 Indians were in hot and ask for iny find di'cliar: ; as such at about one-third less in price. It is made in two grade Xo. 1 i i:4 a preventive

many poor consumptives are enticed pursuit of the savage beasts. They were executrix.. November IGtli.( 1887.: of root rot, and also destroys white ants and wood lice.

here, only to meet with disappointment, mounted on wild and almost ungovern- ELI .\BETH .J. :.MOORE No. 2 does not contain this specific.For .

like one poor man (an example of many) able bronchos, who were frothing at the Executrix of Last Will and Testament:; prices and further information, address: ,

who, arriving in San Diego, expecting to mouth, charging and cavorting among of Charles Moore. leceased.Gum: I O. DeG. KERTOL.A, Hiitcrprisc, I'la.

find in its mild and salubrious air a the fleecing game. The white foam ------.- 7 or JA:<. McCOMB, Ju., Titusville, Fla.
length of life, if not a permanent cure, I dropped in flakes and bubbles from all I.

was met, on descending from the cars, I parts of their bodies. Their nostrils were \0')'I('I:. 6f ltt ,MtEEN. e
by such clouds of dust, such cold and distended their eyes flashed fire, and I J IS
piercing fog and wind, that, overcome they seemed as eager as their wild masters In the Circuit Court of the nr/ith Judicial I '

by weakness and disappointment, he to deal death to their victims. The ('ircuil'l Florida, YmmJ Count!/. I

dropped on to the first seat, shiveringand savage riders seemed beside themselveswith Lewis Baiim mid alllli| I I
crying. Yet a few miles from San mad ungovernable passion. Frank Nlosson '

Diego, had he but known it, is a good, Their faces were painted in the most 1 I v I 1

fine climate for consumptives. A friendof glaring colors, their bright;: and many i I). 11'. )Iciuai; for ;?.-<<:-...-..-.._"-_'".- '" ,tt'L "
ours, a young man, for whose life no colored blankets fluttered in the wind, i him elf. and as administrator : This repreienta a healthy life. Jnstsnehalife a*they enjoy
hope was felt and who was carried to secured to the saddle only by an end or a I of the I i Throughout its vanous scenes. Who use the Mnith'a:; Bile Ueacs.

this part of the state, is now happy in the corner their long black hair streamingback I estate of Rachel A. I Ii Smith' BILE BEANS pnrify the blood, by act ins
enjoyment of almost perfect health.- like the pennant at the mast head i McQuaig, Esther II. j i directly. and promptly on the Liver, skin and KidTilt oruinal; Photorrsph.
panel of thii pirturtjf
: neyht They consist of a vegetable combination that ; sue
California Cor. Boston Transcript. I of a ship and their deep, black eyes I Mc( uaig, an infant. \ In Chancery I has no equal in medical science. They gleamed like diamonds in a dungeon. I' and Samuel'II. Hay I lion, Malaria, and Uyspepmia! and are a Mafeguard 5LuIlniL1tnE.i 1.
her G drum ad litm I n.alnMt all fbnnH of fever, chills and fever, pall tUoiiCH, 8& Ixial Yaand
Arrow after flew from ult -
Silver and Gold Work. arrow deep strung I Urizht'M diMeaNe. Send 4 cents oCaire for a I+aai- I '
The Russian authorities allow the mer- lows and sunk to the feathered end in the ; also John Ear-I I>lo package and tent the TRUTH of what \vo fay. Price, 25 cent per bottle,
h". Patrick mailed to any addrc, DOSE ONE IIUAN. druI. ..
chants to cheat their customers in i quivering flesh of the shaggy monsters. : I postpaid.! Sold by :
everything I ugh and William J. F. SAXZO7ZZ Ob; CO., TKOl'IUETOliS, SO" I.XiOTJXS!! MO-
but furs, silver and gold plate, and Ponderous spears were hurled with the
adulterated food The latter is prohibited power and precision of giants and struck Demorest. n'l FLOWERS.
from sale under penalty of imprisonment. down the defenseless victims as a sturdy & Co. J j
Imitation furs must be markedso woodman strikes down the frail saplingin I Queen Pine
Egyptian Slips.
It appearing hy the allidavit of the
his path."Crack .
that the customer may tell what he is
buying, and all silver and cold must bear !" "crack!" came from rifles i, agent of the above named complainants lXDI.X RIVER TVRSKKT KS.
that the defendants. Patrick
the government brand to attest its fine and 'ping! "ping! from carbines and
Cavalla h and William If.: Demorot.i .
ness. There is no plated silver to be had. I revolvers. Hundreds of shots were fired are mion-residcnts of the State of Florida, Cow Peas, 81.75 PIT liushel.
but the full of the I by those who carried firearms, and before i
shops are genuine
over 21 years of age and that they reside CATALOGUE MAILED FIIER TERMS CASH.JOHN' .
solid article, in possible form, and these murderous weapons the poor
in the city of New York doing
for every possible use, and it is generally I bison sank like ripened grain before the i 1 business a> co-partners under the firm 15. JIKACJI, Indian River Nurseries 1'ast: Melhonnus Fla..

all gilded. You see little silver in the reaper's blade. name of John Early &:: Co. It is therefore -
natural state. Spoons, knives:, watches, I One young warrior, more ardent and ordered that the said John Early. Opened for the Season. "AGNESI"eonmicuamiled
chains articles of personal adornment in fearless than the rest, had forced his high i I Patrick ('avanagii ami William Jt. Dem- :! THE SLOOP
every possible variety, plates platters, I strung steed far into the middle of the I ore-t do plead}, answer or demur to com- l 'A man who i is intl'reotc..t: in hU own hJ'
welfare will be know that
cups, goblets, all sorts of tableware is: solid phalanx, where the horse was finally j plainants' bill of complaint herein tiled pleaded: to CAPTAIN.JOHN Mrl.KAX.

made of silver and then gilded to look i impaled upon the horns of a monster on or before the ash day of Juno. A. I). ANDREW GIBSON Make regular trips on Indian r. ver.SUI .

like gold and gratify the Russian taste II bull. He anti his rider were tossed like : 1SSS. or the same will"he taken as con i -: CAKKIKS A I-TI.I. I'l'l-Y <>F
for display.: The solid silver dinner sheaves wheat into the air; then both : fessed. It is furtherordered that a copy I Keeps the tine-t oyterto be found in
sank earth and : of this notice be published hi the Groceries Goods
service for the winter palace, which will to were instantly trodden FI.Ol-1 Titusville.AXI .
serve : .OO() people, is gilded, and the j into the dust. IDA STAR, a newspaper) pnbli Canned Moods,
shops s along the Nevski Prospect and i At last the great storm had passed, and 1 Ilrevard county. Fla.. for tour l'OIlSCCU-1 > SIIVKI) IX1'"U: : TO SUIT PATKOXS. ,lo
other fine streets are blazing with the i our friends watched until it faded away live weeks: next preceding! the said 4th Hats, Boots and Shoes,

sort of stuff But the merchantmust I into the distance and disappeared from I" day of June, A. I.1S"S.L.S l'rinusIl'
tame [ ] .\. .\. STi:\VAIT. Plain and Fancy Cake made to order. LadleShoe:* in great variety ;
inform the customer of the character I their view. Then came the squaws, the Clerk Circuit Court. /:'tl'er'it"cI1 nbrnys on It ltl. new patterns at low i>rices.
of his: wart's. If he sells gilded silver buys and the old men. to dispatch the I ,
I (;
r.o. .M Itour.iNs.: Ate
I wounded and to skin and cut the I Also a fir.tclaI'arbcr: shop attached. Reaiy-iailB Clottim Toilet
for gold he goes to pri on. The ladiesof up 1 .'?. Solicitor for complainantOTICI ?. ,
the country load themselves with ornaments dead. These were strewn all over the I Mealat nil hour; from .". a. m. toll p. m. \OTIOS.Match .
of- gilded silver, bracelets, prairie and not a tithe of them were or -- - -- Parties leirnj to h'aon morning mall
boats anti hacks, will pleuM note this. For the cash only.S.
could be saved all the white r T
chains brooches, pins, and every otherform by people \ :. *
of decoration. Even marble and and red assembled there.-G. O. Shields I PIONEER COOPERAGE 15..N Cm.
j in Outing. | In Circuit Court of fit- Xemi/A Judicial
wood is gilded. Everything is for dis C. II. .stOTI: %
flay.William Eleroy Curtis in Chicago : Circuit rfVoivVflr! Jtferanl County. Syrup Barrels $2.25.
Chinese Progress in Telegraphy.The ):.\>TKINIIAIKDUESSINC:
News. Chinese are fast; extending their ; Li Ch'intfry, .I. I). 1SSS. I Gauged to order ten cents extra. s.\ LOO>.

Fish That site Shock. telegraph system and it will not be many I i ELLA A. (;.\ ;C )' i Wheelwrighting and Repairing.
months before e"ertown and hamlet of i vs. Bill for Divorce.
At San Pedro and the various water : f If glean and ea.yliavf..
j T. C. GAtt:. you want a
any size in the empire will have a telegraph i ; C. O. 13.
San north ,
ing idaeesfrom Diego the Aihan liarla-rfver ave
ray a*
: It from the allidavit of thecomplainant
: office. In extending the lines a appearing;
family makes itself disagreeably con herein that the addles- of lollf''lJarrels and Oval Water Ireaker Just: rail on me at myal Hin,
great deal of work has been '
spicuous. The smaller ones have a and several large rivers had to crossed.necessary :, the above named respondent) i is unknown.i i from S!.UO up. At morning! t-ve, or aftt-rmHin.

habit of hiding in the sand and presenting This was difficult work owing to the J and tllltill respondent i is ov. r the age ',I Tanks j ji ,I I'll cut and comb your hair with gas/

their spines for bathers' feet while great floods that at different seasons oft of 21 years, it i is therefore ordered that : ,! To suit the contour of your taif;

others are provided with electric latteries t the year cause them to overflow their the said respondent. T. C. Gage do |i and all kind of Cooi'in WOUK to orderT. i, To you I'll rive a KMM! :-ilaI1lI'IIU.;

which not rarely give the fishermen i tanks and everything before them. 1 plead answer or denuu to the complainant ; JOII\SO\, I The: art of which is known tll IMy *'*.
powerful shock I have known a man sweep :* bill of complaint tiled herein on or ,
be disabled for Some of these rivers, when at the flood, 1 LaGranje: : : Florida. ; ci s-oc's harpt rtzc.lrkt'cll,
daof : ly
to several days by harpooning before the 4th June. A. D.1s**. ,
from five -- -- and clean,
are to eight miles in width. In -- : is neat
one. otherwise the same will be taken a confe My hop a way*
The Chinese monopolize the fishing in extending) the work across the rivers it ;- 'ed. And it i further ordered that a HOWELL TITUS AndVverythin- sure"uu'U bmi.Wtu'1, .

these +waters and are often victims of was found necessary to use the heaviest. i copy of this order be publi-hed in the I '1'Ohtit the taste anti itiease the
kinds of cables, but at times these were FLORIDA STAR published in inttnJ
the practical jokes of the Mexican and ;, newspaper And now to all who patn.nize oJ:"
torn awaand the work was delayed. said once a week for four consecutive r fur
American fishermen.: An able bodied county JIM come alum and l.rin''y'
toii>edo will be brought ashore at San 't To offset this mishap a laid line was necks prior to the :said 4th day Pool & Billiard Room I Ami I assure! you I will try ,,,;
: built to high points and the wires were of Juno. A. 1).1>X*. DJ
Pedro or )Ionterl'alul the whites will Mv. vrv best to
satisiv.- -
run overhead. One of these overhead 1! Witness the Honorable John I). I --
a green Chinaman that he cannot
cables has a span of 1COO yar s. This : Droome. Judge of :said; court as well a* MAIN STREET .
lift it. The fish appears to weigh about I Not(. .
aerial line is the second longest; in the A. A. Stewait. Clerk of said coiut. and ,
six unds. and John after
or eight K>
] : world. The offices the seal of said court, nt the Court House ':
putting up his money, with a laugh at are daily increasing, : TITUSVILLE. FLA. To all 7 in Titusvillo. Urevard aforesaid ,
i and the work of construction is being : county to tb
: engineered -
tho simplicity of the American devils, months after ate I
this 3rd of A. D. 1SSS. B
I Americans and : day May. Judge of t'ef mid
.. takes hold with Ijoth hands and is Much of by the material used the I [I..S.j _\. A. STEWAltT So1e Agent in this rectum for IIp.owx's: Fla able.Minor my final Jo'.account.acd Joue Probate\'ouchtlltof J'"
stiffened out so quickly that often he can con- Clerk Circuit Court. : Gix-Kxo: Toxic-a Delightful and ex- JOHX E Moon: deceased of raid count1 Lp......
struction of the is .
di) nothing but hold the fish and roar this countrv. system Demorest's manufacturedin Mont hi I ..JOXE511.1.1.)15.. : hilarating Hc"erage.lwayson draught. for my final ducLarge 1u1Ntss&* dlul"t, ..." ,o.\J' Testate.

d with anguish until he i is released. The v. ,'{. Solicitors for <_ omplainant I Try it. TUiisville. Fla., Janu r! 19. 1A'tt />"",



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DAUGHTERS OF EVE. I j| money, and the Dwyers will probably, as No. 2. Fay Templeton is Mrs. William !

I usual, get the lion's share of it. West. TITDSYILLE BAKERY

Vonmouth, IlK, has a woman who walks ;! Mervine Thompson has decided to turn his Christine; Nilsson is the Countess Casa ,

the streets smoking a cigar.Mrs. I,,, attention to wrestling. He will probably be Miranda. Minnie Palmer i$ Mrs. John It. Wa..hiuton'enue.: near tbe Kailroad. S. H. RAY

Mackay will be in Newport next sum- more successful in that branch of athletics. Rogers. .

- .juid intends entertain on an elaborate !.|i I'A. A. Jordan, of the New York Athletic Maggie; Mitchell is Mrs. Paddock. )Im(. MRS. V. GAILER. f fJ ,

scale. ;I club, the champion broad jumper and hur- Modjeska: is )101('. Charles Bozenta Chlav i j

Kapiolani has a high opinion of the i dler, will in all probability start for England Adelaide Neilson is Mrs. Lee. ;

Queen poI<*. :She says they have moro June 1 to compete at the English champion- i -i'i'xh Fn'cad innde dnihj ; tln Pic Successor to J. C. Norwood and Co..

London the king of Hawaii.jlrs. 1 I ship meeting. ami Cakes;all kin;;:. Cakefor

power.than Whitney and the Misses West, daughters ; Mr. Giatz is enthusiastic over Dry Mono- SOME OLD PEOPLE. I *j if rial ,;,.('tI..i/*n.o< jtifDtxhfdat

of Minister West, will set the example of i.le.grand Ho condition says the great little horse is in Matilda: Riley, of Raynick, Ky., claims to x/imi antis TITUSVILLE. FLA.Genl .
long walks during the Lenten season in as full of life as a I* 121. | HER
daily I .'-year-old. A great handicap seldom falls to GIVE: A CALL.
Washington.jlrs. Sarah Horne of Dover, N. II. is 1C _
i; tar; \ linn? two years in succession, but Mrs. ,

Gladstone is looking forward with I tins fir' t awl ;anus so.. of Glenelg; will come years old and is in perfect health. j jI p.

great pleasure to her golden wedding, which j ii -.r t., taLhig the Brooklyn again; if he ). T. Van Vechten, Warren, Pa.claimsto < c. JHardware. SECTOR: : '
wfll U celebrated next July. Americans | tau** his training; all right. be the oldest lrallll.\rmy of the Republic j

;riU not forget it. I j jjlrs. man in the country. He is in his .KJth year. ,! i

Hicks-Lord has been making a sensation !' PERSONAL! -
j GOSSIP. Patrick>, .-y: of Meriden. Conn., is 101 and :
with her diamonds j
in Washinjrtoii j Merchandise
of strong:; and hearty still drinks I I a
;years age
them ia that city she is al- The Primv t!
When she wears j of Monaco is TO years old and
hard ebb r, and does his own garden work. ,
iraysatteudrtl by a detective j jjlme. has an income of $!.NJOHN) ), ). 1
After Mrs. William Dutton had lived 100years General !
CbrMine Nilsson-Miranda has a j'as- j! Bill Nye it is said, made :?,OOU last mOllthb.ll'u she stojijctl the use of tobacco for fearit Producer
htries awl fan Her collection I' I
don for tal .-g funny in various western cities. was injuring her health. She is still hale j II I STORE.
choice. Her fans
IS"er) are
of gifts from eminent: per o is ; The PriiKv of \Vales is just under 5 feet T and hearty at 10:;. j MERCHANT.

chiefly i inches in height.; He weighs IN {>onnds. Mrs. Hrill ..t Eagan, of Honl lout, N. C., i is !r
of John
Helen Taylor, stepdaughter
Stuart Miss Mill, will arrive in America, next The urt'hlb.hol' of Gran, the Hungarian 105 years old, und she) says it makes her mad Florida
primate has income of to have nuig folks of s) or !JU years come Melbourne -
month. She is a member of tho London an i -100,000) a year. yi "
-- - --- --
round and ask; her if she "is feeling jioorly.
school Lo:1rllawl devoted to the Irish; cause. Dr. llauscn, of Bergen, is preparing for a

The Duchess of Hamilton, liko Mayor i siiowshou trip across the center of Greenland The grandfather>r of Ira Tripp. of :Scranton, I Geo. E. Chase, I I l'rul'to keep I

Hewitt, of New York, sends butter to the I j from
market for sale, but her grace only receives ], Mr. (..lalstoIil'ilasdiseardedtheshabbyold the pit-sent Tripp farm, and was one ol !

thirty-nine cents jiouud for it, while Mr. I victoria whu-h he used to drive, and now I the first \'. !Bite men to set font in the Laekawamui !; Ship Chandler I A First-Class Stock
valley. The present Ira has just celebrated
Hewitt gets $1. I drives a spanking turnout. his golden wedding.DAUGHTERS ,

Mrs. Frank R. Stockton does fully half of Mr. Carl Zerrahn, the eminent Boston musician -
her husband's! work. She discusses. all his thinks Josef Hofmann is the most remarkable OF EVE. :
plots, writes at his dictation and frequentlyadds musical prodigy: since Mozart. Hunt and Vesslo! Supplies, all kinds: I F--

of chapters. She is in I'atentnchoroi, Chains, lllocks, I
portions every :Ferdinand Bulgaria is not a big man, The Princess of Wales is compelled to use II Canvass, Jalvnni/cd WireHope I
his chum as well as helpmate.The .
sense but it begins to look as though he"would nn ear trumpet.A all !sizes Tents, I t

widow of Mayne Ileid, the novelist, is eventually overturn the }ll'ace of Europe. New York girl gives as her reason for I Spruce Ladders,

performing a labor of love by writing the Joseph Chamberlain expects to have baron smoking cigarettes; that "it makes her think i Coppei Paints, gal's, 1-S gnl'!'>, clt!'>. 'I

life of her husband. Reid was a very interesting honors thrust: ul'onltim when he gets to l omm- there is a man around.:' I I Spar Varnish, sal's, 1-2 ;.:al'!'>, clh, Itli. i GROCERIESJDRY r
man in private life, and Mrs. Ileid has Oils and Leads, all kinds. I
don. If he is not made baron he lie The
a may first woman doctor in Mexico 1m
much that is worth hearing to tell about F. W. DKVOE k CO'S HEADY MIXED TAINTS, j jla
knighted. lately Iteen honored with a '
fact aey thing for Building or Sailing boats. I
him.The Princess Christian of England has Cardinal Gibbons is said to be the favoriteof bull fight for her comp1ill1l'nt.'UJ.1 i

been under the weather, and Mr. Lal>ouchere English, German and Russian cardinalsfor An Albany girl has had the Unit's Block, fO Last Ray St., I
the highest ollico in the church when ceased dog tanned and
attributes her illness to the dreariness of pug :
Cumberland Lodge. It is a barrack of a lope Leo dies. "tallllCln when she is out on the ice. : j ,

place, situated in tho most secluded part of Gen. Bragg, United States minister to More than *I: ,OOO has, it is stated, been I Ludden & Bates' Southern Music House ,

Windsor park. Mexico, is now on his way to the Land of already collected for a present to Alexandra, I M

Mrs. Harriet Lane Johnson, once the the Montezumas. lIe is accompanied by his princess of Wales, for her silver wedding. I II

bright particular and popular star of tho wife and daughter.; Mrs. Sally Summers, of Jones county, Ga., I NOTIONS,

White House, is still stately and attractive. Cot Valentine Baker's friends, includingthe has :5((3 grandchildren, 142 great-grand I I

She resides at Wheatland, the home of the most distinguished: soldiers and sailors of children, and 42 great-great-grandchildren.: I

late President Buchanan, and dresses for tho British forces, are getting up a subscription I
Professor Simon Newcomb's daughter enjoys i i
in black.A for his widow. *
company always .liens' Ladies' \; Cliildrciis
the distinction of having been the only I i rr
young lady in Xenia, 0., had a new Stagg, the famous pitcher of the Yale nine, female student at Johns Hopkins university. i iII's.
pocketbook in which she placed a sum of will twirl the sphere for that team during the
money for safe keeping. Her mother, think- coming season. He enters the Yale Theological :\ C. II. Moore of Philadelphia, wears & .

ing the book might be stolen, hid it in a rag seminary in September.It the most costly diamonds of all the society The Great tVlIoleule Piano mid Organ SHOES.JBA: .
women of th-* Quaker City. Her jewels are Best Place to buy .
Depot of the South. 'flu' ; ,
The of this fact
bag. young lady, ignorant is to observe that in his lastfight
pleasant The Safest
I'iuce buy
said to lie worth about *150,000. The ('bt'ullt.t Co ; !
sold the contents of the rag bag for seven Osinan Digna was only wounded in the Place to bu> A .I11l uii'C'ut Ut''urll: Over
cents. left foot. Hitherto he has beans: killed six Ouida has at last consented to write a .JOOOO riuiion und Oruiins placed in South

The portion of the Duchess of Edinburgh times and fatally wounded three times. novel "with a typical American family in era llwmeH since IS7O.SAVANNAH" -

amounted to nearly $500,000, and Russia allows is it,'' and "all the sprightly freedom of customary GA., Nov. 1st 18S7.
Ion Gennadius, the Greek: minister, a "
her 10,000: a year. Her husband has a American love making. Boom for the prol'l sioJl. It's: a longone.
bachelor. He is a D. C. L. of the Oxforduniversity
free house und a large fortune. Yet this and One of the best lady shots in the world is It's head in Macnn, and rear in
and wears a short jacket u
royal couple grudge every jvnny they spendon nmltifoltied, stiff white petticoat for full the Marchioness do Mores, formerly Miss Von Savannah. !iUO+ miles of wagons containing : arB ,

unnecessary luxuries. dress. Hoffmann, of New York. She is in India 40,000 Pianos and Organs sold by L. & B. ,

The Princess Dagmar, of Sweden, who bringing down tigers and elephants on the S. M. ll since 1870. 1
Baron Hirsch do Gerenth, who has l>een
deserted the court of Oscar II to become wing. .
raised to the Austrian house of i eers by theEmperor Art' l.arl1Nt CI'rtainl We area lar.q hotL.
Mrs. Thomas, wife of an ambassador of the )!r1l1:'. Barrios, relict of the late dictator R','lIu It i.rge tm adr. w'e s.'ll Pianos awl organs iu
Franc-is Joseph, is the first Hebrewto all Houtl1'r11 Htat":4. 11'r h:1\: "I.\ICC11d, amid the
United States is much Wash of Guatemala denies that she is 3
: plea.'eclith 'I IouomJ engaged least .
is Dot in the
receive such an honor. It cost him oO-; nLlne m
ington. She has been in this country only ,, to an English; nobleman, and adds that she CLOTHING
eight weeks, and knew no English when she ( in charity. has so;; far seen no inducement to re-enter the have we ever built up such an

reached here. She is now able to converse Secretary Whitney has two sons old enoughto marriage; state. immense trade? enterprise,progressive i
1 be at boarding school. One of them and We ,
readily in our language. away A woman in Tennessee found a bombshellthe business methods square dealing.
wrote home the other day: "We have a lo- make our our friends. We work I
other day and decided to use it as an and- patrons
bating society, and one of our favorite subjects for the'n take their into partnership as it I
BASEBALL TALK. iron. She put it on the stove to heat and ,
is: 'The United"States navy and how went about her cooking. The funeral was were, divide profits and actually give them Jnit's Fiiniisliini (:()tJtls
might it be improved F
Von der Ahe brought no foreign playersover 1 largely attended. more than their money's worth... ,
with him. The mikado, according to Japanese>se --- --
Princess Marie Dolgorouki, a sister of the Our Larw: Capital, our Spot Cash, our lifMimecxiK'ri
All of the New York players have been lecturer in the Berlin Academy of Oriental 'n widow of Czar Alexander II
has been made ,
is descended from tho gods, andis in fart is rise/frin'l her:/'iiw ,and then we ''warfriends Ai.SCROCKERY ( /
notified to report March 20. Languages, a lady of honor to the czarina. Like all the in on the ground fluor. That's a way we have.
the 121st of his race. The national religion,
GeorgeV.. Bradley announces that his Dolgoroukis, she is noted for her beauty and 887-88
Sivtoism, possesses 8,000,000 gods and saints, Fall and Winter/ Bargains 1
pitching arm is back to its 18l :J form.It charming manner.
and there: are 13(5,000 temples.At Summer Closing-Out Sale over. 'Warrroom!
is reported that nearly all of the stock of SO of the lion. Hugh McCul- : Mrs Flora Schlamm, of New York, has crowded with Superb Now Instruments.Immense .- GLASSWARE
the new Atlanta club has been taken. years age celebrated her 102d birthday. She saw Napoleon purchase direct from I'lirtoricM.rcatrr ,
loch looks and acts like a man of 55. He recalls <: liaraains than ever, for fall and I
Johnny Ryan the Athletic infield will Bonaparte at Posen in 1805, and has a
says with satisfaction that during his ixYl'ars Winter, 18S7-SS.
be the best in the this distinct recollection of the battle ofater-
country summer.J. at tho treasury department, two as
100. Her grandfather lived to be 120. Not reduced prices and poorer iu-tru-
Q. O. Stinick is the singular name of a controller of the currency and four as secretary Imv and bftUr HARDWARE
player just signed by the Milwaukee club. he was not absent in all two weeks. Rosa Bonbeur dresses in male attire only ments instruments., but the Greater same value prices fur the '
when at work, because it gives her more money.
Catcher Ganzel has signed with the Detroit Mr. Browning has added a short notice to freedom in her studies at the menageries and Of our lowest-priced Instruments: this j is

club. His salary will, it is said, be tho new edition of his wife's poems just is stock yards. On the street she dresses as do specially true. They are vastly' imjuoved AND

8,7001The sued. It tells that Mrs. Browning was bornat other women, and attracts no ,more atten- and we are proud of them. Hard describe 1

National Association of Base Ball Carlton Hill, Durham, her uncle's house, such bargains on paper but we'll try.OITU .

Scorers will hold a special meeting in New I in 1SOO. She was at the time of their mar- tion.A ('
number of New York ladies have subscribed 11><' -mt
S2IO P1.1NO.-Lari"siz"- < : rose-
York her by six:
on March 0. riage 40, while he was junior .
>a case carted letr ermr tw':: plinth.
fund whose interest
of ( shall
(5,000, 1rli.mbYia The ;:; years. tone, full sii sars'euaranty.
St. Louis American andes Association
be used to pay the college expenses of the every wav. Conii'lfteontlit: J'lu hatnoleumhroideredcoverlargeinstractor.nusicb.s.kalljreii! -
"-. It. Manchester, England, tl', 'O'It .
clubs between them have eleven Hughes, New York woman who each shall
year pass
pitchers under contract. has in his house a "Dickens Itoom," which S22.) PIANO.-IVantlf l'arl."Irt"prilCbt,
the best examination for entrance to Har- size. IJsch rosewood ras. Latest stylo:
Anson has picked out the spring uniformfor contains from ,OOO to 3,000 articles relatingto vard. QllE'ellon" trusses .A favente tyle. Thousand ti
these Bold. Outfit complete.OCIL -
the famous novelist. Among are
the Chicago It is of he.avblue flannel, tl"UlUllll'S of Dickens' Mrs. Cleveland has a most delicate appreciation so.: ()UG.\ .-Twn sets r.wis. rive
with white caps, belts and socks. sixteen portraits, : >s, !walnut C3e. Extcut1\.d trol'.lalhl
works, with no less than eighteen editions of of "the fitness of things, as the expression ftandinusic r.vk, onian.ented and pan* led. with
The Cincinnati management is seriously "Pickwick" and a copy of the "Autocrat of : goes. When asked by a druggist at stool, instructor music look. and ar,.1 r i'lh'1"1..1. These will be the main features of my
considering the of the I Jacksonville Fla. what she would S OiIG.tN.-rrur arts Ib$114. TenPari
advisability insuring flavoring
the Breakfast Table, with an inscription by OVll .j"t IJi-uutifiil : ; -
lives of of its most valuable have in her soda water she said r Orga. .. chalicueod.d.emr business but orders (
some players Dr. Holmes bought at the sale of the Dickens I : "Orange, ; able ; Comi .tition : ; sent me ortnr-

Hamilton is said to be negotiating with .. please." Jtort Knryninf'rry"nr. Tbonmnil each
library. told, awl buyers inmriu'jly more than IHcaM: I. thing kept in any store in Titus-
colored pitcher named Frank Miller, of Pitts- The duchess of Hamilton, wife of the pre.

wu-g. He is said to be a good one. Walter THEIR REAL NAMES. mier peer of Scotland, and sister-in-law to An Immense Stork from World's Best villewill be promptly filled.

Brown, the ex-president of the Colored Lady Mandeville, has opened a retail butter Makers, to suit all tastes and! purses. Ocr

league, vouches for him. Rose Eytinge is Mrs. Cyril Searle. shop at Ipswich, in the neighborhood of the 300 diflerent styles to rho se from. I t

All of the Cincinnati players are confident Emma Nevada is Mrs. Dr. Palmer. White Horse Inn immortalized by Pickwick, .'LO .-'hirkc'rjt1u. .Hn-nii A- Ilnnlin,

of winning thechatnpionshipthis year. Long Blanche Chapman is Mrs. II. C. Ford. and is, according to latest reports, crowded Iathusbrk, BI1IriQI1, SiIlt( ) to ;slid (}:).

John Reilly, however, he fears the St. with orders. OKCIANS.-.UaM n .V Ilniiilln, I'nckarcl,
Weis I Minnie Maddens is Mrs. Legrande White. nay State, S2 1 to y 1.)().
team more than tho Brooklyn. President Miss Blanche Willis Howard, of Bangor,

Stern has expressed the same fear. II Kate. Castleton is Mrs. Harry Phillips. who has made some fame as a story writer, Easiest Terms ever heard of. From 3 Will buy Frnits,;Eggs, Chickens, .

The dates for the Yale team's Easter trip (born Freeman). is now engaged in compiling a novel in Stutt- to $10, paid monthly, will secure an ,

>ee: March 30, at Philadelphia, with University I Emma Ablmtt is Mrs. Wctherell. Louis gart, and at the same time in keeping house, Elegant Instrument. :

Of Pennsylvania! ; March 31, with I Aldrich is Louis Moses.Pauline educating a family of nieces and nephews, One price to alL That'< r 111" wav.: Pro+ rnar&e
Athletics; April 2, with New York; April, Hall is Mrs. Frank White. Henry nursing several cases of diphtheria and scarlet in plain brumes on each in-tmmri.-ut and no deviation
With Newark fever, supervising the translation of ore made to any.Ve chariio iron-, take no less. or friends bring '
; April 4, with New York. Irving is Hl'nrBroadril.. This square way I nsun-s to all the lowest i t' fi1'. may
of her novels into German, Italian and
The population of the several cities comprising I Little Corinuo is Corrinne Flaherty. M. B. French, improving her memory and learning So fftajtn tarn fri n<. Evf-rvthin? in plain to market. It:'
the Sew England league, according Curtis is Samuel kdl'nl'r.; print end (exactly." rcpre ented Full informa-
writer.A .
to the last census! is as follows: Lowell, I I to use a tn .tion given in oir 'iilar". Letter c.-irefully answer
;' Adelina Patti i< Mine. Nicoliui. Annie ed. Parties liviu t a thou,and miles on"c n buy
-; Pixley l is Mrs. Robert Tulford.) j jot as well u* if i'i Threefourthsof
1 ; our entire trade i i. d< ut \>\ enrresndence.
.... Janausehek is Mrs. Fred Pillot.
X*. Total :)(),10:'. Mine. .\ Thrifty Son. ...

The t'ilktln-d: lb:of Stockton, Cal., will I Marie Janson is; Mrs. Barton Key. I "See, father," said a son, with tho proud J7,r.EJE.1l1rl-l..1'I'-tl'x' ;", ...''',,'/,< ,;'- J'ur. fin*.:.><-e f >'. ';' !I I r ask for a share of tIle ridtlic patron. r
Ireseent the following team: Stockwell and i William J. Florence is William J. Conlin. : consciousness of duty done, "I hare saved frl'ig"'j'i' : J' ill"- >. /.- ?:> < -";
'ihii'i finn <-f 'onl'i "(flI"-/ I
Square(1> ; :
"etangher, catchers; Lorrigan and Flynn, Etelka Gerster is Mrs. Dr. Gardini. I eoo:: from my \"ear'alluwau'l'." i age, and come a* a supplicant, not a

pitchers; wl't'ne)., O'Day and Whitebead. Rachael Booth is Mrs. William) Bowers. "Good:" exclaimed the old man; ".'-011 area LUDDEN&BATESSOUTHERN

cm the loses. ; Beutle, short stop Hayes and Agnes Booth is Mrs. John Shoelfel. !i wise young fellow, Charley." MUSIC HOUSE. SAVANNAt., GA. dictator, asking for your favors
LLz1, In the outfield. The championship "Yes, father; and I wish you would add
E. H. PriCl.I ---- -- -
Mrs. -
season of the California league in : Fanny Davenport is ; .*iOOtoit: I've ;got to pay some' debts."-TLo If courteous treatment,good (
Stockton opens I Emerson is William Redmond. I
March 25.SPORTING: Billy I Epoch. Liebig Company'sEXTRACT
and low is
goods figures
Oliver Doud Byron is Oliver B. Doud. :
)l Do Bensuade.I The 1..11 Rill Provide. I
Violet Cameron is !:'
AND ATHLETIC. the candidate for
Brnni Country!:tOT Lawrence n. MEAT
.iwrentv Barrett is of
;l'ow':' Golden says that he is going to Maurice Barrymore is Maurice Cline. ; and prop up this stove. public favor,
work and "There isn't a brick around.1
When give up sparring altogether. Kate Claxton is Mrs. Charles Stevenson "There are several. W here are the ones: INVALUABLE FOR DYSPEPSIA.Au then Irmelected.

Le Toff Wall sails for America he will Rose C* ghlaii is Mrs. Clinton Edgerly. i that were hurled through; t window at mIi x I

to be accompanied* good Jack Hickey, who is said Sarah Bernliardt is Mine. Damala. Blon- i last night; r-Nebraska State Journal. Efficient Tonic for Invalids, J I

Emile Gravelet. !
din, the retie walker, is
weight .KUrain has greatly increased in An Ilh I.
w'ghtsincehefoughtJemSmith. Eva Ikmcieault is Mrs. John Clayton. Instantaneous Beef Tea
Recently Everard Stuart. I lie t.jok her little hand in LIs, Yours, anxious to pl'ai-t.,
1te Mrs.
ghed Branscomb is
jj 21G>, pou>>ds. Last September Maud J And she did sweetly blush
weighed only iw pounds. Itkharlllan..t eltl is llil'harlllluterstlortI. To he-r him t Wl'trh: n he did find Also for flavoring t-'onpn, Sauces and Made Dishes.GKNUINE .
Monmouth Margaret Mather is Mrs. Emil Hal>erkorn. I' It was a Lobruil lu! >!:1. only with Baron Liebig's Signature in
tiThe Park
association this year BLUE INK across label.
B. :E3:
> '
the enormous sum of ro.>,OOO in added 1 Lillian Russell is Mrs Edward Solomon Washington; Critic. Sold by all >toretepers, Grocers and Druggist ,. R.ay.




I I =---

THE FLORIDA STAR. 1 platform which condemned the mot important Monthly Meteorological Summary THE WORK OF WRECKERS.A I Mil.1mIW1)EI] ) ) J3" .S

of Titn"vjlle, Fla., during the month of April. POLlTIC
act of his administration. The j Burlington Train Derailed and !Set on I}
PUBLISHED EVERY TIIURSDAY.ELLIS Democrats of Florida being unanimously Fire In Chicago-Other Wreck
AGERior in favor of Mr. Cleveland, it remains a j! CHICAGO, May 3.-A Burlington freight MAKING THE
B. and Pl (iTerul'eratnre. -? i non-union KNIGHTS A
train of fifty cars, manned by a i, POLITICAL PARTY.
trust for the convention to send dele-j .; 5 ;5 i ,
*!..">() po; Annum. I gates who will favor the tariff reduction :: I I :: crew, was derailed late Thursday night j ---- .- -
while entering the Louisville, New Albany ; He Conililt-r* the Preamble
well Mr. Cleveland's renomination. DATE. I ; I of the 1pit4t.
Entered at the Pot Office at Tituaville tl31 i j as as ',. I-.I- & Chicago: yards; at Forty-ninth street. As t! of I.thur ll,.. n4'it 1'lltHurm for .
Second-Clots Matter. --- ;I :'. I '" ..=.;, I .;.: ::.:.: soon as the curs toppled over oil was laurel i of ThU ti.rkhigwrn .
; Robert W. Darin for Governor. -: rired Country-Cincinnati
I ;I I upon the vans by the wrecker and j CM
..... : before tilt firemen ri tr u'rkrr.--i. New .
I.:10.117174O.: : One car was destroyed *
\ *(.(;.\It.:U one Inch In space; 21 squares Editor Florida Star: I II I
tiKikc a column. j 2. ':30.03: 75 79 <>2: came. PHILADELPHIA. May ':.-Ht."nt>ml lta,
advertising: rates enquire the Editor believe no man in the State of Florida .J.<) SO).0.\ 74 GIs o4 Conductor J nes A. Edwards, who was ;, Workman Ponderly. has written r

always__ _enclosing_ __ atwo cent stamp._ I I It is more widely or more favorably 4. '.:30.22 73: ;S3: 03: '. in charge of the tram, was found on the i'! under the caption of Whoop It Up a for I Ctttr

I known than the above named gentleman.It o. 30.3 74 77 72 prairie half mile from the wreck, in a the OFFICIAL newspaper
THE STAR is )0'3-1 ing condition. He had been beaten into insensibility quoting froo
Ii ...
f; : 72 7i> 2 .
all ,
be conceded the section of
for Brevard count __ seems to throughout and his body was covered with the country
t i 7. ':30.19 74 ;So OS .... from
: I State that South Florida has this year cuts and bruises. He cannot live. Two city j articles in various later paper 61Y ,
63: .
b ; .. 8 30.1570,5 75i ,
-THI S PAPER m p.a Aowell&Co-a ef' nnflonnieatO NewspaperAd.eKlalnRBurean(103prnceSts the privilege and right of naming the 9. .30.20 70 73 02 ';, policemen, who were on the train when it j him ah'itas to what should I* dik at tot
.,,'hprRdVf'rtl l"jf A ,
::: left the down-town yards are missing. [ coming election he ay :
1V ti E'V TOHJ(. .:30.22 73 7"; 6* .
l' who
,contracts war Us made for person shall be the standard bearerof 10. Chicago; & Atlantic switchman who was | "As tbeyear grows older
The Star haw the Largest circulation the Democratic party for the Govern- j 30.16 75 SO OS ...-10.j loitering near the scene of the wreck, was ; arms up I will be andthcampaigu
ria.CLEVELAND 1 30.13 74 84 03 annoyed still
Eafrtcoaotof : ;i
on the arrested.i .
of any paper orship. I believe the press of South i i ji jt and take this opps)rtunity to :
30.18 69! 77 03: i t MY that I

and reform, and tariff reduction i Florida has made no mistake in advocating 1-}. .:30.10 71 S1 03: ''i Wreck in Illinois. I not a candidate for anything; I do ax

i is the motto for the next cam- for this high office R. W. Davis: 15. :30.1071 SO 00. LITCHFIELD III, May 5.-A disastrous j favor the turning of th. KnuhU of Labo,
| collision. occurred Thursday on the Jackson into a party and will not have"
and I believe he is the choice of the II;. i|:3o.OSi S2" 58 to
do with .
people Ill. lame* If the
I & Southeastern railway at Sarrento, president of
paign. 17. [30.17,i2i95ti., ..... I a ruroadeompriny
--- not only of South Florida but of the I fifteen miles south of here. Two men, made tin ace-etabla
Brevard del- 18..........................(30.18(: 75; SOS) I it might inspire hi. admirers egos:
WE would like to see the majority of the people of the State. Amore 19. ::30.00'71,84 G') 1.-, named Jacobs and Meyers, were killed, and with th* belief
'I that he word make
Floridaman many others seriously injured. The a good politician
egates intruded for a South honorable gentleman, a more able 20........................... I'''299873. 74 02,,0.04 I i bound passenger train was run north-I t.ffic.-hIdtr.. but it would not follow that he or

for the Gubernatorial position. Just lawyer, a more polished and attractiveman 21........ ......... ....... 29.98 OS 7302! .... southbound freight. The passenger Mould In Imythiut uf the kiuJ. I haTe ma.1t

how it works. )0)0: O: GI .R5v6 .... I tive and baggage and smoking cars were a Pretty fair general master workman tu
for once, see staunch Democrat in fact 1
a more !
; 23..3O.157177631!! I .( : } ..... totally-wrecked. am conscious of the fact that I wouU

THE indorsements to President Cleve- a man more fitted for the office could 24............................30.05( ); ,OS 7257, I!, .1 II airs k<>> n good politician or officeholder noc

in thick and fast from not be found. Mr. Davis is, with his 25........................... 30.10 l 1 71'li:0.27) : I THE COLOR LINE IN CHURCH. "Rememlif the-*} things in the future and

land are flying great talents! a very modest and unassuming 20........................... ;130.32 OS i413i.( !! ..... :i They Are Trying to Draw It In the South In the meantime: let each member ba a

every section of the country. Coming :27.......................... !130.4208: 71 05:...... I I Carolina Diocese. Knight of I..t&l.r. learn the preamble ..f the

events casts their shadows before. man, and, we are informed, is :28........................... :':30.37>737204'! ; ...... I order mid wh-it it means and when hetk*
----------- not (so to speak), in the field. lie is the 29 130.28 i r 7'74' 02 ...... I,' CHARLESTON, S. C., May 4.-The diocesan that let him say to himself and out loud
conveutvin i
HON. CHAS. DOUGHERTY, in a letterto man to sacrifice his own personal ambi- :--.1.-.. $ 09J7S 50: ...... I j met : Anderson yesterday. too, that he believe in bring a km;ht for
r """''''''''''''''''''''' I. :i Lines are sharply drawn between the clerical principles sake I do not ask

Wm. Jackson, of Daytona says that tion for his friends, and if he should be 31..30.117O0! : ::...... ': and lay delegates. Thus far the seceders accept my politics a!'s the simon any pure man article u

he does not desire the nomination againfor nominated for Governor-as I think he Nlllllllulr,. 1 have fifteen lay delegates on the ground who but having been asked to define them her,,
Mean barometer :30.104. are opposed to tLe bishop. These representtwelve !
The nominee must be anew they are. And those who wish to copy afta
will-it will be without his
Congress. seeking. Highest barometer, 30.43: on the 27th. !;, church They held a caucus from them may do so:

man. Nothing speaks so well for a man as the Lowest barometer, 29.; 94on the 20th. ] which newspaper reporters were excluded. I "I am a citizen of the American republc

-- commendation of the people of his own Monthly range of barometer .49. ;. A committee was appointed to confer with and a Knight of Labor. I believe that the

A FEW of our people on the river seem Mean temperature, 71.06. the bishop and clergy with a view to effect- I preamble of knighthood comes the ue&rnt to
section and this Mr. Davis has to the
to think that a Congressional! nominationis Highest temperature, SO.Son the 29th.Lowest i i ing a compromise. The bishop's party seems I the truth of any declaration of principU
fullest extent. The people of his home t to have a majority of delegate They, too now before the people and will vote
be made at the convention at St. temperature, 51 .0 on the 23d.: only for
to place will urge him, when the time comes, Monthly range of temperature, 30.. held a caucus and adopted resolutions that man or party who stands nearest to the
This is de-I
on the 20th inst. a | Glaring their willingness to support a successful of
Augustine carrying out these
to allow his name to be Used, and we Greatest daily range of temperature, *
ment to commission to whom
mistake. A meeting of the Democratic 28.0. the 33d": I j I looking a Owning the right to ,'otto. I will not hand tt
sincerely trust that he will consent. on I l>e referred the whole matter of the admission over to a part or a party leader but will
Second Congressional
Executive Committee of the Least dailv of temperature ;;.0.
range ,| of colored delegates to the convention. exercise that right as best suits myself sad,
District will be held at St. Uxrs.i on the 9th. ;! The bishop claims that, under the constitution in accordance with my own views of the

Angu.tine on that day to fix a time and --- Mean daily range of temperature, lilA j and canons of the church, every clergyman duty which the citizen owes to his country_
Presumptuous Inspector. Mean daily dew point, 03.0.: in the diocese, white and black: is 4>I believe that the man who votes fjr

# a place for holding the Congressional About the 28th ult. there was: receivedby Mean daily relative humidity, 77.4.Prevailing i!j entitled to a seat on the floor of the convention country before party Is a patriot and that
Convention. direction ot winds. E. I 1 without having his credentials referredto <<
he who for before
Brelsford Bros. of Lake Worth and party country u a
I Total movement of wind, 7922! miles. a committee. This ruling last year caused traitor in whose hands the ballot is u dangerous

I NEITHER Senator Ingalls nor Senator by them posted in their store where the Highest velocity of wind and<< direction the secession of a number of delegates, and to the country's weal as the dagger

Voorhees have presented any apology to farmers of the district would and did 37-=-N.-19th;, this tion.question has to be settled at this conven I in the hands of the assassin is to the maa

shameful language read it, a telegram from Jacksonville, Total precipitation, 2.59 inches.: against whom the assassin ha gniil;e I
the Senate for Number of days on which .01 inch or No Clew to l) bsun. will not vote for sentiment or for spit, but

) they hurled at each other the other day. worded as follows: "I can receive no more of rain or snow fell, 5. NEW YORK, May 5.-There was no developments will vote to accomplish a result

The Senate should appoint a committeeto more tomatoes. Board of Health. Number of foggy days, none. yesterday in the defalcation of "My vote will be cast for that party or

_\. DAVII : Number of clear 10 Debaun man who will do the most good for the city
teach the Senators a lesson, and makean :-OX. days, Assistant Cashier of the National
that the Number of fair days, 13. :Park bank. The directors attended the fu- I live in, the state of which that city IS a
them.-Since the above Supposing naturally telegram and the of which that
apology for part country state a
Number of cloudy days, 1. neral of the president, George H. Potts, in a
Voorhees has made was authorized by the Board of Health, the keystone. If my advice would* taken
was written Senator H. B. HEi{ EOh..ervcr, body, and the counsel of Hie bank, Gen.
the ntncnde Innvmlk, but the Kansas and that their tomatoes would not be re- Signal Corps, U.S. Army. Francis C. Carlow, also was absent from the all workingmen would vote just, that *.j.
and if they did there would be but one platform
city for that -* At the bank it was
ceived the farmers lost about :300 bushels purpo
--- ----------
obdurate. before the of this nation in
man remains had people coming
stated that no clew been found to the
-- --- --- of tomatoes which were already POINTED PARAGRAPHS.Topics missing cashier. campaigns anti that the preamble of

that picked and packed for shipment by the the Knights of Labor.
Four years ago, at the of the Times Given In a, Terse HIM! "T. V. POWDIRLT."

nominated Cle"elandIr.. Fuller, of Chicago Mary B.. Captain l'". I). Hendrickson, Spicy Manner. On or Off. In another letter Mr. Powderly state that

aspired to be a delegate} to that and at least 300 bushels more, which Three prisoners broke jail at Oxford O. CHICAGO May 7.-A member of the presscommittee he is not a candidate for the position "100I1
; of the Burlington strikers says to lie created the head of the
at departmentof
they would have shipped by the same Joe Coppock was drowned in the canal at
he not ward the strike is still
convention, but as was a Troy, 0.California. that on. The rumor that it labor at Washington," and warns members

politician, in the sense of the word, that schooner. Captain Hendrickson, who was has been delared off is true only so far as "if the bill creating the department of

element defeated him and elected a man about ready to sail, lost the freight on Blaine nextTheodore Republicans want Stanford first, concerns the Chicago, Burlington & Northern labor Is passed not to allow action to betaken
line. Chiefs Arthur and Sargent practically which will bring the name of the general
named Mackin. Now Mackin is in the GOO bushels of tomatoes at oO cents a F. Dwight, librarian of the state declared the strike off on this road master workman in connection with the .J>

penitentiary, while Fuller will soon occupy bushel, and 5 per cent. commission on department has resigned. about throe weeks ago by instructing the pointment in any way.

in the the sale of the produce. The captainsays Preston Morgan died Thursday near Har men to return to work when they could.A .
the position country
highest Ind.
I mony, aged eighty-nine. Cincinnati CarriageworkenhCIXCINXATI
aside from that of President. Some. that there was fully 1,000( bushelsof National Farmers' convention will be held Strike at Toronto. :May 7.-The carriageworkers

strange things happen in the world some : tomatoes ready to be picked when he at Topeka, Kan., the third week in Novem TOHO.KTO: Ont., May 7.-As decided upon claim to be the best organized hotly of workmen .
last niht.lJ;
: painters went out
ber. in the city. The total memlr hip of
left and hundreds of bushels
'' times. maturing on strike this morning. The men are confi-
One-third of the the carriageworking knights in this city to
-- ---- daily, all of which will be lost to the Auglaize county Ohio, dent that the bosses will accede to their demands estimated
saloonists will at ,2W.
quit on account of the Dow
within week's time.
OUR SCHOOLS.IK : growers until his return. law.The a Since the National district idea has been

Hendrickson Indiana Accident or Intentional conceived tile number of applicant for membership
a late report handed to Governor Captain brought thirty Republican delegateatlargeare
Porter, Thompson Huston SAN FRANCISCO, May 5.-It is believed have greatly increased. The National
bushels with him which he disposed of and Stude- now
Perry, State Superintendent Russell baker. by all the passengers on the steamship district has just! completed its organszation

speaks of the wonderful growth and progress at a very low price, supposing that he Columbus, 0., is minus a warehouse, two Queen of the Pacific, foundered near Port and the transfer from District Ifa.44

in the schools of our State. He would not be allowed to bring them into machine shops a brass foundry, two dwell- Harford that the foundering was not the will lx>.nude within the next two weeks. all
ings and a stable. result of accident, but that a coal port had The cMrriusremakers believe in settling
the On his arrival he went to Mr.
schoolsin city.
states that there were 2,104 public The been opened designedly, placing in peril two trouble between the employer and employ
court of Massachusetts
the various counties on the first of Davidson, the commission merchant, to confirmed supreme the conviction of Mrs. Robinson has hundred lives. When the Queen sailed from by arbitration, and this they think can be
December last. By placing the estimated get at the facts in the case, and was informed the wholesale poisoner.M. harbor all was snug below. Some weeks agoa accomphnhwl better: by a representative
by him that inspector Watson few spiritualists predicted she would their own craft than one who knows little or
of Florida 400,000 ha'eonc W. Duryea, a farmer
we prominent .
population nothing about the carriage industry.The
founder this held ;
had issued the order on which his telegram dropped dead at his home numerous meetings
i public school for every 190 of our was based. The captain then saw Ky., from heart disease. near Mayslick, and persuaded some from embarking on her. carria emakers neld picnic ThursliJ

enrollment for 18S7 An investigation is being made to ascertain afternoon at which a prominent carriage
The Dr.
1 population. Kenworthy, city physician, said Joseph Wens killed a fine bull belonging to maker said to a : "Were all the
whether it was the work of their reporter
1 gives the number of pupils at S2,4.: or that no such order had been authorized, his brother John at Springdale, Ky., in some enemy of the company.A agents or Losses a, fair and jot as H. W. DarU t

20 per cent of the entire population.These and expressed considerable indignationthat revenge for some trivial wrong. Company there would I* no necessity fur
one should have assumed such Mrs. Addie Prescott "
terribly strike lockout
horsewhipped or
well for the State
figures speak REIGN OF
authority. Dr. Neal Mitchell was also Lyman Hawkins, at Charlotte Mich. Haw- TERROR. At that moment R. B. Weitzel, superintendent

and no one can better continue this work, seen by a representative of the Times- kins grossly insulted her children. Indiana White Cap Flog the Rich 1M Wellas <>f the above linn was driven into

in our opinion, than Major Russell. Certainly lrnion, and was very indignant at the Andrew Reams, a veteran of the Mexicanand the Poor. Inwood park and received a hearty welcome

he should be retained in the position i- unwarranted dictum of the inspector in late wars, dropped dead at his home in NEW ALBANY, Ind., May ".About from the boy "You see he places him1
thus cutting off the supply of one of the Center Point, Ind., aged seventy-six. White called forty on a level with us," he continued "+fl1 CC
State of schools Cap << at the house of W. H.
Superintendent most healthful vegetables, and causingthe Jealous Charles Pierce, of Urbana 0., Toney at .English. Crawford late in turn have full confidence in him. U uaJj

and his nomination means his election. loss to the growers of the product of met John McGinness on the street with Mrs. Tuesday night, dragged him to county a telegraphpole there is too wide and deep a chasm bet0

--- -- ten days in the height of the season Pierce and spoiled his beauty with a knife. and tied and whipped him unmercifully the employer and employe."

I THE COXVEXTIOX.Tun amounting to thousands of bushels.- James Clark was shot and killed near Lin- with hickory switches. His recovery is Will Uranil Them "IJlack Sh.f'po"

Tmf.l.ti07l.. miens. Mo. It is reported that Clark attempted doubtful Toney is roanrt-
Democratic State Convention atSt. prominent citizen of BRADDOCK, Pa., May ..-Tb
to stab his wife just before he was that county and is a man of considerablemeans. ing of Edgar Thomson steel work empWJ
.. tine is about two weeks in the The .
\ugu- Correction.In shot.David charge against him was drunk- that convened at 10:30, adjourned at 1 p. *

i future; but it is not too early to consider S. Hays got a verdict at Hillsboro enness and abuse of his familv. after having declared the strike off.
our account of the race Ia-t week 0., in the suit A. Jackson Goodman went In
two that should be brought against him by the who also lives It is reported that all knights who
one or points recognized -
between the Hero and Hattie it was Farmers' and Mechanics' Union Store com- near English was notified to change his work previous to today will be branded

by that vast assemblage of.Ieleg:1t,8. stated that the Hattie wrapped her mainsail pany. manner of doing business by keeping sober. black heop" and expelled from the onl-.

It is not necro'trto mention around the mast ; instead it was the Frank M. Thayer, of Evansville Ind., for James Pro, editor of the English News, The general executive board will now" be notified

that those delegates that will I be chosento I Hero which met with the misfortune.Had thirty years editor of the Journal and post- was notified to publish that the White Caps of the end of the strike and it 1511'

not the Hero lost a minute's time master here under Garfield, died at Indian- would attend the election next November, pec-teil that the charters of several local a-

represent one State in the National while adjusting the sail she would have apolis. and that all persons detected in buying or sembh will be revoked.

Convention at St. Louis will be any beat the Hattie in actual sailing time. James Goins, of Rockford, one of the best selling votes or acting any way dishonorably Superintendent Jones writes to the Brasdock hiss-

j other than true and tried Democrats The mistake was made by the compositor known colored men in east Tenne :ooe. sui would be treated to MOO lashes. Nona of the Sun: "i am glad that nobody

and in the hurry was overlooked by cided by taking morphine; domestic in- White Caps are known, and it is said they hurt. The men made a great mistake w_
faithful who have
I men seen many political the proof-reader. felicity.Mrs. are much stronger and more diligent than accepting Mr. Carnegie's; first proportion.

contents-and there will be no difficulty May Wright Sewall, the talented heretofore. It is believed that many of but they have fought nobly." >te
i DO1>
to find them. But the situation Worth Knowing.Mr. Indianapolis suffragist, gave a brilliant reception them belong in the adjoining counties of LATER-District Master Workman condition
I honor Harrison and Orange.The I the strike is declared<< otf on
in of \Irs. Ormiston Chant, of says
itself like this Florida i is by
presents : one people>> of Crawford will be recognuea
W. H. Morgan, merchant, Lake England.; county are much that Knights of Labor
of the Southern States that feels interested excited, and an attempt will be and that the mill commmtteewill
I City, Fla., wa taken with -evere Cold, Express Messenger; Fisher, located at In- made to organize i I company ai

iu the protection of her fruit industries I atttended with a distressing Cough andI :<.I;, made himself an outlaw and a a large company of good citizens to |, have power to settle all grievances JP
I running into Consumption in its first i j jj fugitive; fur a paltry SKI capture the authors. An attempt will also heretofore. This means that rJ
and a great many of her rot "He y belonging to tbaeomoany. be made to get Governor Gray to send the I Thomson works will still be a pyght
tried so-called i iI
j stage many popular I Ij
Democrats would favor a tariff plank to I II state militia to the county so the citizens can Labor mill.Cbaska.
j cough remedies and steadily grew worse. [ The president has sent to the senate the have

this ettect.t the same time Florida i is I j Was reduced in flesh, had difficulty in I 1} name or Henry George of Kentucky, t? te is to be more flogged and No tbj one best can tell who I and III Wife on E.d1Jbltl;

solid for :\1 Cleveland and thePresident's : breathing and unable Finally agent; fur the Indian of the Colorado people are 1I b
r. again, as was to sleep. i river afraid their lives will be taken. ABERDEEN, Dak., May -- O '"
1 I tried Dr. New j agency, in Arizona I man, left ft
views in his message favor a Kings; Discovery { St. Paul traveling SOiR
i I for and found immediate Minnie Foresythe an eighteu-year- Saturday morning, bonnur tar
Consumption ; : tysburg 1Bird's (.:-
taritTreduction, care must be taken that j! relief, and after UMng about a half dozen I girl of Mt. Venion, 0., tried to murd-T her Won't Have to Go Tar. I camp on the Sioux reservationKee oil

hisupportcrs in the convention do not !. lnttlcs found himself well and has had j I I old father with a club. She fracture 1 his Brown-Dumley, I want to buy a dog. is commissioned by the proprietOll. and 1ft'

frame platform hich would condemn | skull and broke his arm with her fair hanJ-s.: : Dumley-That's a good idea, Brown. i''I i St. Paul dime museum to offer Mr.j

President's and i remedy The divorced wife of William Clark, of think every man ought to own a dog. I j Chaska-Campbell $5OUO, for a naa"111-. ...rf -
the tarilTniessage cause
i II Washington Ind. Brown-Do you know where Ian get of ten weeks. A telegram
i as Dr. King New Discovery for Con- pro\-ed her fond remem a ue an
him to refuse to accept the nomination 1 sumption. Guaranteed to do just whatis J brance of her one time better half by setting good one* preter yesterday stated that I h J
of him 1 I fire to his house and DumleyY; I'll sell you min .-Harpcr'i ment can La made, and the I& en
It could not expected to go I i claimed for it. Trial bottle free at I girdling his fruit tree Bazar. through .- ;
Jailed. bride are expected to pass
before the country as a candidate upon a Dixon & Benson' Drug Store, Titu-ville. I I Monday en route to St. rauLr



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THE FIFTIETH CONGRESS. CHIEF :1 I offered the honored head of the city govern- i
i of the Legislature for the 11 FUL1ER.THE ment by the board of aldermen of the city, UNFORTUNATE{ IRELAND.

rroeeedinga and by the assembly of the state. i ii
The senate was not in session. I i t aOY4W

the house, after some unimportant 1 PRESIDENT MAKES A NOMINA- j I Another Alabama Lynching. .
morning business was disposed of, the tariff j TION FOR THE VACANT SEAT. I BIRMINGHAM, Ala., May 5.-Two miners :
resumed and continued until 5 I I THE PAPAL DECREE.o .
debate was : created an affray at Warrior, this county, :
recess was taken until 8 o'clock i ijie ,,,t.t.ucyr
when a Tuesday evening. One of them i
m. ,
n. for the consideration The Nominee a Recognized Leader of the i ROYAL r: ;t
| night session being : j i Morton, shot and killed Deputy Marshal ii | Chance Will Re Given the Governmentto -
ttto bilk Chicago Har-15111 to Establish CoOperj j Kelly. He was arrested and the !
of pension ___ I I j i put in cala- Proclaim Them News Fromr Merlin f
Ninety-Seventh Day. t afire Coal Mining Associations t- boose Lynching being threatened by the I ,,
I .ed the AuthoritiesOutbreaks -
citizens and rescue by the miners the I iippre By ;,
The senate was not in session. I office Statistics-Other Note mayor
In the house the tariff debate wa resumed. WASHINGTON i Warrior telegraphed this city asking for i In Macedonia-Other Foreign.
bill to regulate anchoring in New York May 3.-The president :I a posse t<) resist the mob and protect theI I LONDON, May 5.-The report that a special I

k A harbor and the Paducah & Hickman railroad sent to the senate the nomination of Melville i! pi isoner. Later the Warrior officers smuggle congregation of the propaganda is deliberating .

1t bridge bill were passed. At 5:30 p. m. V.. Fuller, of Illinois to be chief justiceof 1 I' l MI>J ton aboard the caboose of a freight : upon questions relating to Ireland and :
train for this city. .V mob followed and
the house adjourned. I the United StateMelville -,. t the policy of her National party in parlia- ,
cut loose the calx***. They hung Morton '
0t inety-bifhVh, Day. j W Puller i$ a native of the state and filled his body with bulkts \ ment for her bettter government, has been a i| W

In the senate, house bills were reported for :; of Maine. He im his fifty-fifth year, a sort of final straw on the back of the Irish (i

1t public buildings<< at Asheville, :i. C. ; Sedalia, : graduate of Bowdoin college, has never A MISSISSIPPI TRAGEDY. i cameL The Irish leaders doubt not now :

jla, and Monroe, La. Also senate bill to fix I tnat the rumored decree from the Vatican j
nor sought an office, and is a Postmaster Have : 1a
of judges United States district recognized An Editor and a Shooting -
salaries has become a reality, that the points which I
t.t courts at$5,000 Also to increase appropriation leader of the Chicago bar, and has atch-Roth Dead. i iNEW the cardinals of Rome have under their ; 4KII4G

I for public building at Wilmington, Del. held a high place in the council of the Dem- ORLEANS, La., May -Oen. A\ irt : and consideration will be !
august ,
Also house bill for the purchase of additional ocratic party. Adams, a prominent citizen of Mississippi i pious
t lover of
ground al Indianapolis. Appropriating $15- Early in the administration of Mr Cleve- and John H. Martin, editor of the Xew Mississippi decided in a manner which every I'

f 000 for public building at Duluth. Mina, shot each other dead, Tuesday. t unfortunate Ireland must deem adverse to
land he
: was the solicitor generalship -
:0J. and senate bills for the rection of public I and subsequently positions on the I The quarrel grew out of polities and prohibition -' he/ best interests

buildings at Atchison, Kan., $tOOOOO, ; Emporia and indirectly out of the Gambrell- l In view of this and in order to anticipate POWDER

Kan., $150,000; Waterbury, Conn., civil service commission, interstate com- Hamilton hooting, a year ago Hamilton I the coming blow, the leaders of the National (!
1r 1f ( Paterson, :i. J., $215OuO. Fort merce commission and Pacific railroad com- has been trial and was lately
J150.0UO; on acquitted circular -
1e mission, all of which he declined. He has I league have, it :'learned, prepared a Pure.This
Dodge, Iowa, $75,000, and Dover N. II, for the murder of Gambrell. The M.tin ( Absolutely .
been held in the which has been distributed throughout i
highest regard by the president ,
{73,000. Bills were passed for public build- brothers have assailed Hamilton and his
i and has been indorsed Ireland to branch of the league, mavfl of ,
generally by every powder neverarns A Aunty
0. Akron
ings Youngstown, $100,000; friends, prominent among whom was Gen.
I 0., $75,000, and Lancaster, Pa., flOO.iXX At western Democrats. In personal appear- I Adam Adams was postmaster. He had ing upon the members to be firm in C&ll-I than strength:;the and ordinary liolpsonifut-ho!Viud.-. and c Mtm nuot "I.'.<,''M>:tl in

t 5pm. the senate adjourned.In ance, Mr. Fuller is unusually handsome, his been prominent in the Confederate army. obedience to that body, and competition with the multitude of low test, short
hair and his mustache are silvery and his the simultaneous meetings of twenty league alum phosph.tN) powder Sold>
the house the call of the state was dis. The shooting occurred at Jack-on, Miss, weight or i
1 feature clear cut and In stature.he members I Uoval Lakni Powder Co.. 10. \\allt..
bills intelligent branches at a time, until all the in cans
pensed with, and members filed their at where Adams was postmaster.. A witness York.
t is short and slight, compared with his have met and conferred the line of action New
The with upon I
the clerk's desk. tariff debate was resumed says that he was talking Gen. Adams
Mr. Grosvenor speaking. Mr. Ray- II future associate on the supreme bench. when Martin met him. Adams accosted to be adopted in respect to the papal
Mr. Fuller is a man of high scholastic as and other emanations from Rome. Geo. B. Rumph.
i rescript,
nor, of Maryland, followed. Mr. Hemphilland Martin saying: "You rascal, I have stood !
well as legal attainment, and as an orator The first of this series of meetings will
Mr. Gallagher made prepared gpe hes, enough from you. Martin replied: "If youdou't
his talents have him the title of the and ,X HIL 1INF OFGENTS'
won take date everything
place at an early ,
and at 5::JO p. m. the house adjourned. like It"-and simultaneously with the
J Chauncey M. Depew of the west In politics respecting the assemblings will be maintained -
remark he drew a pistol, fired and got behind FURNISHING GOODS.
, Mnety-Nlnth Dy. he is best described as an old school a large tree half a foot in diameter.Gen. in strict secrecy, so that the government -

In the senate an adverse report was made Democrat.[ He was loyal in feeling duringthe Adam also fired about the same time, will not be able to proclaim and put a

to repeal the statute allowing pensions to war; is a believer in an advanced doc- but the witness, though not certain, thinks stop to them. Serious matters must now ""-
J -
judges in certain case. An executive session trine of states1 rights, BOIl an advocate of Martin shot first. Martin was a young man come before the National league and it i y ; f '

was held, during which the Chinese simple government. He is a member of the and had a brilliant reputation as an editor. means life or death virtually to that organ- \.

treaty was reported, and the nomination of Protestant Episcopal church, and has been Adams was sixty-nine years old and a native ization, whether or not its members consider /

Melville W. Fuller as Chief Justice, with prominently identified with that orgamzaion of Kentucky that their political guidance along with their t 1 1 1'

others was referred. Bills were passed appropriating : and conspicuous in the Cheney and faith must come from Rome.It tt t .' ( 'A I

$50,000 for an enlargement of other famous eccleseastical trials. He is A Horn Commits Sulcll1Q. is expected that the best speakers the ', I 1

the postomce building at Indianapolis; appropriating -I well known in Washington as a practitioner KINGSTON, N. Y., May 4.-The horse Nationalists possess will address these league[;

$100,000 for a public building at before the supreme court. named Hornet, which has for years fired offa meetings, and will thoroughly arouse Ire-

Atchison, Kan., and increasing the limit fora When the nomination of Melville W Fuller pistol, jumped a rope school-girl fashion, land to the necessity of moving forward to

public building at Wilmington, Del. A as chief justice of the United States, rocked in an armchair and rope attachmenta yet higher ground in their fight for the rightto
number of bills and reached the senate, by a singular coincidence themselves. t
private were passed a la "rock-a-by baby, leaped over four govern
bill to amend the interstate commerce law. Minister Phelps and Senator Gray horses and a mule, and which in other respects -
were flitting together on one of the sofas. Suppressing News From Berlin.
At 5.10 p. m. the senate adjourned has been one of the chief equine per-
The nomination was immediately made the NEW YORK, May 5.-The Evening Sun
In the house unimportant bills were passed formers in Professor Bristol's troupe of performing -
before the tariff bill was taken up. Speecheswere subject of general whispered conversation, educated horses and ponies dehlier- has a cablegram from London, saying that

made by Wilson, Minnesota; McConms, and as far as could be ascertained, the com- ately committed suicide here yesterday the Sun\ Berlin corre-spoadent, Blakely
ment WHS: entirely favorable to the selection Hall is unable to send telegrams and letters
Hornet carried
Maryland; Lanham, Texas; Allen, Massachusetts was being up the elevator
; Carutb, Kentucky. At 5:GO p. m., from every standpoint Mr. Fuller's qualifications and when almost at the stage door, it from Berlin, describing the real situation ( c TINE LINEN
and fitness being recognized on the there, on account of the rigid censorship
a recess was taken until o'clock, the evening balanced itself, rubbed its head against the L ARS
Republican side of the chamber while the maintained by the government. He has \
season being for the consideration of the tariff attendant, neighed jumped out on the
debate. [political vi isdoiu of the appointment is con- flagging stones beneath It was then shot to conveyed to London secretly the following

ceded by the Democrats who opposed the put an end to its sufferings. information:
One Hundredth Dav. selection of Minister Phelps There are grave fears of a social uprising.The .

In the senate, among bills reported was The nomination of Mr Fuller seems to Canada Adopts the Fishery Treaty crown prince is! protected by extraordinary KOKCRT III.IST'S t

that from the house to retire Alfred Pleasonton give general satisfaction to Democrats, OTTAWA, Ont, May 2.-The senate last police precautions whenever he appears '

i as a colone The land forfeiture debate while no unfriendly criticisms are heard night unanimously adopted the fisheries in public. The Social Democratic party is Fred Garden Seeds

was then resumed until 2 p. m., when the From Republicans Senator Cullom says treaty ratification bill and it now goes to the alarmingly active, and is flooding Germanywith Sold at Philadelphia Retail Pruo- Will

iI pleuro-pneumonia bill was taken up. Aftera Mr. Fuller is an excellent lawyer, and will governor general for his signature. seditious documents which the policeare make special orders and priceto

I short (executive session the senate adjourned make an excellent chief justice. Senator busy in confiscating. Houses are parties wmtingCl'tls H

until Monday.In Spooner speaks in the highest terms of Mr. GUILTY OF THREE CRIMES.A searched by the police in a most despotic in hulk.
the house, the senate increase from Fuller, and says "le is a man of profound fashion. Some of the pamphlets issued revile -

$120,000) to >$l50OO, for the postoffice at Indi- learning, and eminent respectability. No Montana Desperado Murders His Wife the crown prince and accuse him of Geo. B. Rumph.

anapolis was agreed to. A senate bill authorizing opposition from Republican senators to his and Child and Then Suicide ruining daughters of the people. A printer 11) Tituillc.. Fl.i.3IALABAK .

the admission of a cadet to West confirmation is apprehended. Judge Cooley, HELENA, Mont, May 6.-John T. Rand named Korklinuis is' under wrest, charged --------,- - -- -

Point from Nicaragua was passed The conference chairman of the interstate commerce commission shot and killed his! wife and baby at his homein with printing the Socialistic literature. I'USAK' ..\('TUHr.

report on the acceptance of the wired his heartiest congratulations this place Wednesday night, and then
French invitation was adopted The tariff to Mr Fuller He says the appointment is killed himself Rand was a brutal fellow Not a Torv Since 1841. II. ('. Stnrck, Proprietor.Manufacturer /

debate was resumed, speeches being made by in every way a ht one, and that Mr. Fuller and frequently beat his w ife. A short time LoNDoN, May 5.-Mr. Gladstone, in refer-
of fine H.uan.i and Domestic
Messrs. Wilson to the assertion that he was a Tory
Dingley and McKinney. At will make a perfect chief justice. ago she had him arrested for attacking her, ence
5:30 p. m the house adjourned and sent to jail He w released Wednesday until his fiftieth year, has written a letter in Cigars. Trade supplied with fine
1'ostorhre Statistics which he reviews in detail his principal hand made pood*. Orders promptly tilled i '
and immediately went home where he
AN IOWA WIND STORM. WASHINGTON, May 3.The postmaster political actions until 1&9. He proves that Factory at :\Iala ar. Fin.'S
found his wife and young daughter Rand
general sent to the senate in to he lw considereda -- --- -
a after lb-11 not
response justly
Several Buildings lllown Down-Ou Life
struck his wife, knocking her downs and had
resolution, calling for the information to be in church matters.
Tory even MOO; Budded Trees For SaleAt
Reported Lottt.BCRLINGTON used in considering Mr Paddock's bill providing commenced to beat her, when the daughterran ,

Iowa, May 5.-About 4 for postomces having receipts from the house to get help. Macedonian Outbreaks.,

o'clock Thursday afternoon a heavy thunderstorm amounting to $.{, visited this city. It came from the out of the side door with a baby in her arms. 6O.OOO in Nursery.
showing; the offices the incomes from which serious outbreak has occurred at Monastir,
southwest and was accompanied by a violent hrve exceeded that amount, and the amountof She had taken but a few steps when her hus- in Macedonia The Servian and Greek portions Apply to W' II. MIAKPE,
wind but did band appeared in the doorway with a rifle in
no damage.
rent paid by the government for the of the topulati&u are said to have
his hands and shot her. She fell to the City Point, Fla.
Heavy hail is reported from Fairfleld and ,
accommodation of such pontofhcfs united to oppose the authority of Turkey.The .
other-pointll, but no reports of loss of life ground and was dead before a doctor could ---- -- -
It shows that in Alabama there are four- porte has decided to dispatch troops to
has been received.It be summoned. As his wife fell, Rand placedthe X_LL; IL X'S
teen of such offices; in Arizona; Arkansas, quell the disturbances.Will .
muzzle of the rifle to his own head and
is rumored that some damage was donein --
10 California 4s. Colorado 2"
; Connecticut,
the vicinity of Ccnterville, Appanoose ->; Dakota '.''%: Delaware, 4.. Washington, 1; fired, killing himself. Rand was forty,six Assist Consul Lt>wl""*. NEWSPAPER SUBSCRIPTION AGENCY

county. No communication with that place Florida, IS, Georgia, :!O; Idaho, 2; Illinois, years old, and was supposed to have been insane T\S;IER, Maj 5.-Mr. Strobel, the secretary -

has been yet obtained 111 Indiana (12: Iowa, **4; Kansas, 7fo, Ken- The baby is still alive, but its back of the United States legation at :Madrid, Tin rio\iiK *(,; i\ri.
Near Milo in Warren the wind was broken by the shot that killed the has arrived here in of orders
tucky, .!>: Louisiana, 0: Maine, 'Si; Maryland pursuance For terms and sample copin addre<
was furious, moving buildings, demolishingfences 11; Massachusetts, 1OJ; Michigan mother, and it cannot live. from Washington, to a."l i:
trees, etc. his negotiations with the sultan CIL\S. II. NAUMAN
-- 7ti, Minnesota, is, Mississippi, 12; Nebraska Solid for Cleveland. ,

Storm Cnueec Destruction and De"th. Missouri, 41 : Montana, 1J; Nebraska, OMAHA, Neb, May Although a bitter Joseph Chamberlain's Opinion. HauUner P. O., Bre\ard county, Fla.
:;t> :Nevada 4, New Hampshire, 21. New
DES MOINES, Iowa, May 5.-A storm of ; fight was expected between the Miller and LONDON, May 5.-Mr. Joseph Chamberlain --- -
wind Wednesday afternoon struck the little Jersey, Mj New"" Mexico, 6; New York, 157, Boyd factious of the Nebraska state Democrats writes, with regard to the increasing sen-

village of LaconA, Warren county, demolishing North Carolina 1C: Ofeio, 10"!: Oregon, 10; all was harmony at the convention, tences on appeal in Ireland, that the law St Lucie House
ll' Rhode Maud 1U South
Pennsylvania ; ;
a two story building used as a store, which met here on Wednesday- night. The would be more honored in the breach than
Carolina 10: Tennessee< 1)>; Texas 49, Utah,
and burying in the ruins a farmer named convention was composed of 45b delegates, in the observance
.1 Vermont, :JO; Virginia, 26' ; Washington ,
Leonard Wilson. He was dead when taken many new {counties being represented
from the debns. Two boys who were in the Territory, y; West Virginia, 9; Wyoming : James E. Boyd, of Omaha, and J. Sterling: No More Bulletins. -

store just before it fell are xnivsing. The 4. Morton, of Olive county, were both elected BERLIN, May 5.-The emperor's faver has

other men were slightly injured. Several Mr. )18*tln'* Coal Mining Hill. delegates-at-large together, with J. E. subsided. His strength is gradually increasing Having been refurnished is now ojnetl'

buildings were unroofed WASHINGTON, May 3.-By request Mr North, of Columbus, and Tobias Castor, of and he a' able to rise. No more bulletins for guests: under the managementof

A saw mill belonging to Mver & McKinley Mason of Illinois introduced a bill in the Wilbur. Six district delegates were also will be issued in the future. its old proprietor and

was also blown down, though with- house establishing co-operative coal mining elected. The legation will go the St owner. i
out loss of life. Other buildings were unroofed association It creates a permanent Louis solid for Cleveland. The Earl of Derby a Leader.

and fences and trees were' demolished. National board of coal mine commissioners, LONDON, May 5.-The Earl of Derby has Jas. Paine :JJrop.
Kansas 'artUf'r8' Trust. become the leader of the Unionists in the ,
of five of
composed men various political
THE ANARCHISTS. creeds and diversified professions, who shall TOPEKA, Kan., May ">.-Th convention house of lords. fet. Lucie, Florida.
called for the organization of a Farm(>rs'
of five each and -- ---- ---
Petition serve terms years who
Circulated for
Pardoning Fieldeo trut met here yesterday and Wag attended Bloody Fight With a Panther.
shall have control of all anthracite coal T.AVJS::
Schwab and eebe. mines by purchase or condemnation, under by about two hundred delegates, mostly from Moscow, Tex, May 2.-Sunday afternoona

CHICAGO, :May 4.-A petition to Governor the eminent domain laws of the UnitedStates Kansas, the remamded coming from the bloody fight occurred between an Indian

Oglesby for the pardoning of Anarchists and the mines shall be owned and Mississippi: valley. Permanent organizationwas and a panther twenty miles south of this DELMONICO HOTEL I

Fielden, Schwab and Neebe bas been circulating leased by the United States to such effected and ex-Governor David Butler, place. A party of Indians from a neighboring !

the last four days among the Socialists of :Nebraska, selected for president Cleveland I Indian village were out hunting wild
and on such terms as the board shall
Anarchists and radical laborites of this persons, and "for the of stimulating Moulton, of Missouri, vice presidentand ; turke).a. One of the party, who had strayed CO\O\ I Dl.\X KIM.I.: FLANewh I
agree purpose
city. It has received thousand of signature industry discontent and strikes J. B. Ferguson, of Kansas, secretary. away from his companions, met a large pan-
and will be submitted to-night at a mass removing and Addresses; were made by Governor Butler ther and shot at it, wounding the beast and Furnished Rooms, Good TU
and abolishing corporate greed unjust
meeting of workingmen called for the pur- and ex-Gov ernor Ghck of Kansas. greatly infuriating it. The panther was at
the cost of of the
regulating one
pose of notification. Tho text of this petition most oppression, articles for the close quarters, and rushed upon the Indian Terms S2 per _Day. E ESpecial
staple comfort -
is almost word for word the same necessary Main By Kit Carson's! *<'on. before he could reload. The Indian drew his

which was circulated a few days before the of the people, to elevate labor, the commissioner FORT GARLAND, Col., May 7.-Billy Car- knife, and when the panther sprang upon rates by the week or month j
shall all of the mines
execution of Spies, Fischer Parsons and eperate" on on, a son of Kit Carson the famous' scout, him cut the l>ea,t' throat from car to ear, I''
the basis. rro 'r. .
Engel. operative shot amt killed Thomas J. Tobins in a quarrel I but at the same time the mad animal fastened A\31. JAH\I, ;
The bill! and the details
is lengthy -
The thing; has been wry quietly engineered of operating very the mines in gives respectTo here yesterday. Tobin was a companionof its fangs in the throat of the Indian, The Xmrfrt ll(,',.' ii t .,ttini\bfsit hl1ttiillg.
and nobody kas been approached with the every Kit Carson and almost equally famous. 'i and a death struggle commenced. When i

document not believed to be thoroughly in I Increase the silver Coinage. His most noted exploit w.the capture of the other Indians reached the combatants '

accord with radical principles, as it was WASHINGTONMay o.-Mr. Stewart, of the Mexican bandit, the Epenovi brothers I both the Indian and the panther were dead. Important to All '

feared that the premature publication of the I' Nevada, in the senate introduced a bill to increase single handed, for whose capture either deador ,

facts might some how injure the "ause. ; the monthly coinage of silver to $v alive, the territorial and the United i Triple :Murderer Ca ed. I

i{ uoo.())). States governments had ,offered _large rewards -i MEXICO, Mo, May 7.-Sheriff Bennttt, cf I j
Abducted a Dwarf. I lobuis brought their heals in an old Callaway county, brought Revert Clanton The mo-t uni' >rtarit crop in :-.udl
Hewitt's Supporters En M
MINNEAPOLIS, Minn, May :Margaret I Mayor coffee sack. to this city yesterday, heavily ironed Clan-
Elizabeth Hopkins, the dwarf-like daughter NEw YORK. May !>.-If all the people that [ Florida i* the Onin::e crup, and every I i
Barnnnlou't ton is: charged; with the murder of L. B.
of Mr of St. Paul. and Paul 1 have signed the call for the meeting I }
Union to Hewitt i HARTFORD, Conn., :layTh: Hartford I I Coates and Stephen and Jerome Maddox, inI one :hould endeavor to secure A w# j ;
Berdle. Mayor -
her alleged abductor, were lodged in i approve I countOctol 1 le
Portland r
Callaway %
the police station here last night They have action with regard to hoistingof Times says. editorially; that William H. 1 A political row was at the bottom of the variety of flrwe in planting a grove
Wn the public buildingsof Bar Urn will not again; accept the chairman-
flags over
in this since disappeared foreign
city ever they : triple killingDcntli. and such fruit *.* ban-
hip of the Democratic National committee To do thi, =set
from st. Paul, some days ago. They wero +! this city put in an appearance it will beth I!

occupying the same:: room when arrested : largest gathering that New York hasseen It adds: "His extensive private interests oc- <>f Rev. Dr. TaroJr.BO..TOX. taken premium* at many if'UlU ""tat<- ; is

Berdle says he took the child from her home I for many a day for over .25.000: signatures I I 4 cupy his entire time and he cannot give his Mav :-Rn-. IncraiN. Tarbox, / .

to protect her from the abuse of her mother have been appended to the document services as chairman of the National com- i D.D., he hi,tonocrraphfr of the Historical Fairs antI at the New Orleans Exposition

and uncle He denies intending: to exhibit The resolutions to be submitted will express mittee for five consecutive months. The 1; Genealogical vx-i. ty, died at his residence buy trees from C U. M-
her $ admiration of the manly, patriotic and most be can do this year will be to meet with your
a a freak. The chill says she i> eighteen j i in Wet Newton yesterday, aged! seventy-
years old She corroborates Berdle's fearlevtand taken bv the mayor, and in- the committee at proper intervals and coun- three years. Cruder A. Son, Ioeklede: Fla.a I'
tQr.1 i dinationith.1t will be termed the insults i'I.1 with them." I



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I habits, and you readers who would really I How Do floe Div Our Graves CARD liucklcu's Arnica alte

MAKING THE DEAF HEAR. enjoy the wisdom of our best frieuds. I We must eat or"e cannot ]in'. Thi ..\. GIXGn.\-wM V MMNKM\NKttY, W tM bruore The liest'slve, ulcer I in the alt world fjr fllt..
with if I 'it is better L.
I me repeat,
we all know. But lo we all know that :ores, tetter chapped hands chilC C
StMm_ lie Iltluratiou Giien h y the Various net to know so many things than to know : ..
I die by eating? It is said we dig our corns and all *km eruptions
X'liooU fur Deaf Mute so manthings; that are not so. -Julian we ; AffHT-UW: AND NOTARY PUBLIC. and ,M''i.: tIt
in The Epoch. with teeth How foolish this lively cure piles, "r no pay t""' utr:
There are doubtless a large number of llinu trraves our I ?I.
children !horn deaf. or who have l become : soumU.. Yet it is fearfully true."c Hock Ledge, Florida. is guaranty! to ;give ,K-rfet t iati.J34:.
-- tion refunded. I
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-" money Price ,
deaf since birth through the evil effect of of the in J A ULDKX t 'h
terrified the approach IM
are at per X. l'urllt' hy all drug; ,t.r,... i'
mea.JtI.r scarlet fever or some other of ;! Tie Instinct of Evil Living. cholera and yellow fever yet there is a L. fitu-sville and on Indian ..liver.1lI .

the kindr*! scourges of childhood, who Thousands of the -unemployed" earn ATTORNEY-A-LAW,
disease constantly at our doors and in
the world deaf ,
feointhrough as:
; I no wages because they do not want to ,

mut for lack If knowledge on the part : work. They do odd jobs, they loaf they our hou-c- far more dan-eroiis; and destructive. Titu-ville, _- u _- __Florida.JONES --.-- b Rll lit

of those that have the care of them that tramp. they pilfer, they teal, and so on Most people have in their A: 1CILIAAMS,

fccliooU exist to which they may Ixj sent :' through the whole gamut of laziness and own stomachs a poison, more slow:: hut Real Estate Agency
almost free of charge, and sometimes
vice. Why is this? We have alreadysaid. maladies
free. quite a- fatal as the :!trU1lIf those .(11Prlle3'-tt1-I.asr.
quite Human nature is far from perfect Tilusville
In these schools deaf children are not yet. Many rogues are burn: many whichweep men into eternity Titu-sville, Florida. Florida.

only taught to speak and to know what : others are easily turned into rogues;: bycircumstances. thousands. without warning: in the timesof --- --- --- -- --- ------- .<1X1"1 ,I: IL.I/J.T/I5 T 1/
other people are speaking but they ac- It is likely enough; that ;:reat epidemic.---: But it is: a mercy c-:< ). M. Rt >)>flfll. ]

quire a thorough education in allbranches the in-tinut of evil living is transmitted; tell <'haSUIT!. Maims: ,.
and in addition receive instruc- that itve are watchful we can
it is certain that the contamination of ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, -- -
tion in wwinjr. in the use of tools and a ., vicious surroundings has its natural ef \vh-Mi we are threatened. The following
; : TITt':-vlI.u:, Fl.A.
general industrial training, K that when fect. Necessity: holds the born felon in are anion-z:::: the symptoms, yet they do -- --- - SANTA LUCIAIs

t they leave school they are quite prepared ,; a pitiless grip. Birth gives the infant not always necessarily appear in the .A M. THIJASHIK.

if need U'. to earn their own living by the fatal !Kent: home life develops it. the -
their own Iiands or head.It same order, nor are they always same located in that
The unwieldy bulk of modern society ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, magnificent; Trllll"|," ,
would f-m that no parent could leinl1i1er"lt traversed by hard lines of moral as wellas in different cases- There i is. a dull and P o. Dos >". s.\ ;Full. Fi%. Forest that lies Wiw-eu tl..- ln.Hiu i: i

to the possibility contained in of social cleavage.; sleep feelins : a bad ta-tein the mouth Will lra'rl'till alt tin a nutie! ..f the >-\rtth St. I.ud.Uht'r-. and i is lai.l| ,.t|. I".,
of education the Cirrtnr and Supreme Court. :: streetsixly fee.i %vide. into tin.-- .
the system given by Crime runs into pockets like ore in especially in the uiorniiu: the appetite .- : : ,. ,
variousbools: for deaf mutes if aware the min>. The Ishmaelites dwell alone bl<,,-ks. amyl smaller lots whieli \\ ;ill j h.

of their existence. The little people, and : themselves. Thereis changeable.: lJlHdi1lil'-l'uor.. and a_ain R. nrnl'llFIEl.l)>>, sold reasonably to actual M-ulci. |nil.(

who might otherwise go through the nothing propagate;to attenuate among the vicious strain. itcelll.. a.; though: the patient could not region i is winterlesandlrotles,. alii i.,

world aided only by signs, here acquire euoull.ur'l occasionally COUNTY SURVEYOR. ill theliiHlofth: .M-.M-tnuiUtmiil.huMj.i| ,'.,
We have on the fringe of the decent eat : : no appetite 'h-re' all the
Tropical Fruittluiiu;i.',
language: Sf) completely that it is only in class of creatures who at
population a at all : dullness ami >!-naishine--!:: Addriwith -tamp.M .
( )rder-l hy mail will receive
the dark that they are returned to their best are worthless and too often are prt'inpt
world of silence deaf the the mind: no ambition to tu'hor attention :1'" callin er-on.
being only as i
pure pests. It is recruited but it is not
H BAKER telSBl r Ba8e
hero of Jean Paul's Titan became blind regenerated, from the outside: on the work : more or le-headache :uulllt'ayi- ..1.l.ireeorgiana, Fla.TT : e Ci.:

after sunset, and returning to all thepleasures other hand, it feeds the ranks of the ness in the head : dizziness rising. : to -- --- ---- -- l'I.UIlIt.\.
of sound with the lighting of FT ATKINSON]
; the reckless the ne'er-do-
thriftless -- -- --
the feet or moving: suddenly : furred .
the lamps. The children thus educatedask wells. What must be the result of such
and! coated toimue: sen-e of a load on
no odds of those other children provided a. state of things? With a rapidly increasing JUSTICE OF THE PEACEFor WM. H. SHARPE

by I'artialnature with Ix-tter means population, with a greater massIf the :stomach that nothin-z removes: hot

of taking ear' of themselves. Comparison ( poverty a greater number of viciously atul drykin at times : Bellow tine: in tin 'ccon'1.1r1-tire. District of I>ix-
of graduates of deaf mute school into Eat '"artll'ount ; t'ourt'lays, third Monday REAL ESTATE AGENT
disposed jx-ople crowding the e.uscanty: : and hi_h-eolored urine: ,
and of those of other schools: !shows no of each month.H. .
ends" in all cities what
our great can we
difference whatever in proficiency and I sour ta-te. in the mouth. frequently attended ___ h _. .
expect from a continuance of the present F .cI:
intelligence, and in mingling"with; system of dealing with the criminal }by palpitation of the heart : impaired 'T SANDEKS,

the world afterward the deaf mute pu- classes: Reason answers that we are to vision. with spots that -eein to CITY POINT.I.and .

pils are not accompanied by any painful expect nothing but evil.-St. Jams he swimmiirz:::: in the air before the eyes : Justice of the Peace for the Thirteenth -old on loin::: time with intr,!. ..r

sense of deficiency. In fact the more Gazette. I District. on the loaey-U'in, or for ra-hcleared ..
cough with _Tl'l'ni"h-"IJlon'll'xlll( -
they mingle with the world as in the a : a

of other youth, the self-confi- toration nights're.t : a sticky con;-r E\. FLORIHA.'ourt .
case more Dangers of Trapping tho Grizzly.I : poor ; I.mll and planted and tan.l I 1 f..r

dence and the larger vocabulary do they saw some remarks upon this subject slime about the teeth and truiiis : hand- '11> the third Saturday of each mont if desired : hy contract or o other I-a.
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acquire, and they are more injured by the other day from an old trapper and and feet cold and clammy : irritable} 's 1_'. GRAYWatch .

receipt of exceeding sympathy than theyare hunter which evince a most thorough Refer to E. M. Breese. Ivtroit, Midi;

t by the withholding of it, many of knowledge of the matter, and which coincide temper and bowels hound up and cotie. -- f Jno. (_'. Norwood. Titu>ville. Fla.: IJ. \V

y .them complaining of the tendency to in every particular with my own Thi< disea-e has puzzled the ph\- Maker and Jeweller. and J. StrasTa/ewell Court Hou-.'. ra.

magnify their misfortune, which almost: personal experience.He siiaus< and :puzzlethem.. It ithe Shop dt John N. DiiouDrua :,ton'. TitUktille, TlaALL ,I and A. ecker, Montreal, (Canada: tr

ceases to be a misfortune to them when says: "-I have hunted and trappedthe commonest' ,ailments all.let the mo-t whom I have made groves.THE .
wUlaW.IIXTEll.: : :
they find themselves readily understanding grizzly bear scores of times and if

all that goes on about them, finding anyone thinks there isn't peril as well as complicated and illysterbuIlme'tines: : 'LL- TI:E.nU- -: t -- -

i their way 'about, and often going to excitement in the sport let him go out it i is treated as. consumption. sometimes CATARRHSncf rnough to \". TFPLE',

church, to concert, to theatres, and then \: 1- l.'t'I'ERhj. II JC <,:u., 773 liroad trcet, I MUSIC HOUSE OF FLORIDA
into the grizzly's country and try it. I as liver complaint, and airain: a- N..w ark. :N.I

taking as much enjoyment as those do know that the grizzly bear, next to the inalaria and even heart c1i..t-e. But it-
who are in the possession of all their Indian, was the ugliest customer thirty \Mi: >xni and LsotKL* t..r.' UriL'ht:: Yonnc i
real nature ithat of con-tipation anddyspepsia. $65 :Mn <-r La(u. in each county. I'. \V. LIEli-
' senses. that the hunter had deal
years ago to LKli A. 4'4'., I'Hilai.t. 1't.
Indeed many educated deaf mutes with. In those days we used to think It 1 lrrio.ein. the dtee-tive: A. B.CA.NLPMKLL:

who have acquired language, and who there was more danger in trapping the organand: soon affects all the others PARKER'S

have any superior intelligence: of their grizzly bear than there was in chasinghim through the corrupted and poiomdblood. l 1 HAIR BALSAMthe Jacksonville Fla.
own claim that they have an advantagein with the rifle. ,
Oiien) the whole body-including |>opuiar favorite for dressing
their deafness itself for it has .
; obliged "There have been times when trappers the Lou, iu.-torm< color when

them toconcentrate in thought and quick have come up with the bear at the very : the nervous s\tem. -i< lif","-" ",, 55 It gray c ",ani and prevtntinff thtsa.c:" fiopd lundrulT.the

wit and in eyesight the amount of force moment he has succeeded in tearing loo e *t twl. even when here i ino ettla( In- Lou. I.. in. ;:,urki L Mire to pleao.1L .

which is by others dissipated in the worldof from the trap. I know one man James tion to tell thead story.Experience 't'-"e I 11?'IS1 'oat brit: ci-t.. I will Sell and Deliver at your reiretstation

attaching and detaching sound and Carver by name who happened to reach is HINDERCORNS.The = Fir-t-'la-s
has shown that there
they are. they are apt to think and that his grizzly at such a time. The bear : ,surest and bert cure for Corn>1Dunilns..t... .

not without reason, the deeper and made one rush, and before the but one remedy that can certainly cur Stops all f am. Enu-escorrforttothefwt. Neverfails
companion Ilibcu & Co., \. .
to cure. 15; cents at L'ruggistd.:: V.Wholly
broader, readier and better for the occlusion who was with Carver realized the this disease i i in all i its stages, nanielj.Shaker P.A. OSIII

of one of their senses. When situation the bear had torn Carver to
Extract of Rootsor other Sei- ftj I m1 tm fJfl
)Ir. official '
Fawcett lately a high postoffice pieces."I :
of Great Britain became in his early heard some one say once that when :gels Curative Syrup. It never faiN. but. : t Lf.i i.: rJ tt rr" f

boyhood entirelblind., it is said that he you have trapped a 1,000 pound grizzly nevertheless no time should be lost intrying !j : t .,j 'lJ ..J

resolved that he would go through life you haven't caught a bear at all, but :::: otherocalled<<1 remediefur they -M: ,{ ::3SUC@ES- OR..GrANS

exactly as if he saw; and he carried out simply the devil incarnate, and I tell you
will do no :good. ( Jet thi ireat'Cieta-
his intention as we all know, as far as that's pretty near the truth."-den. [ $ F' u LI--S! )to\}:\ than am" other the.
ble preparation ((discovered by a venerable t'u.trdCates.. I aludj KU, raiittr 1l.'trunat'lita fcbt '
that was a possible thing and a large Marcy in Outing. tr
as reprt"nttl. I Will Lip a !elan.n" or "rJaD
share of his achievement was due to this } nur-e whose name i i- a household untla': l'.I1 **\-tt'm". Spy.! bm..kI any tllUt'.t man or woman ariu-d in one rea.lin C' ,io..f ::1),711I tialtiniore.UW .. II
determination. It would be well if all world in (Jerinany; ). and be sure to tret: 1'hiUvlt I will pay freight both .a>
Working a Swiss "Wine Press.In : > at iH-troit lao-J at Iphu. large classes" ot cat anti $10 a monUI on a 1'iauo. anti flU "&Ioh gad
people robbed of one of their senses ColambU Law student, at Yale. Uflli-ley. (>!.er- i
*3 month O till >aul for-not mocj
the cafes and other public places the genuine article.IJIVKV a on .in : 311 i
: .
hu. UniverMty" of IViui. Michigan rmv"l''olty. Ubrr l
formed the resolution and carriedit there \trj
same more than ordinary relit on
there were placards ad"ertisingmnican Chautduqu.i.. "l'.. Lndoroed: by UICUAKD Puo<-- 111Ftrulurllt.radl.r
out but half as well. : rr uv SKVKN DOCTORS. Son the cit'nti't; Hons.. \v.V.. .\"roR. Jrnui I', ,, term anyone can own a
wine presses but I saw none of them in FREE C.VTALiMtt'E eoiitaimu;: full luforuutw
But long before children who are shut B.:NJ4MIN. Judge ti,brou. Ir IJnowx. E. IlfooK.1'nucipal Sheet :Muic Violin, lUnjoiv dnitart Accordeou .
At farm house looked Shaker Extract of Roots Seigel'sSyrup Mnngs.
use. a near us we : or : I N Y.t ite N ruial college. .Vc.
out from all actual sound are old enoughto Perfectly *. and m fact every Musical: ID"trUIIIU&
on at the use of one of the <*ld fashioned has rai-l'11I11e to :good health after taught; by I."llrre..pun.l"rl"r' 1'r"lt'dU8 I'.-r Fn i: that i.maile.. and at \rry low i>nrf*. send for f n.
make such determination for PIIOF LOI"E rn:. 2. 7; Fitthe.
any trout : > N-w Yorksat. of Thuio
Swiss presses. Under it lay a mighty ___ __. __ __ pert l'at.lI"a.I1"''*' I Lave jutiiiu pieti
themselves, and while they can only sep cake of stems and skins, crushed seven doctors had :given me up to die h :Music at lu centj f.'py. aaI,books of e'bitlet''
grapes -
with a poignant pain that they are dif- of consumption. So writes R. F. (race. Music at I". cent.IHT copy 5.tux* Itook* lit i touV -
into a common mass, and bulging further : .x-l and IiiJ>trunirnur Mumc at aDdt':
rent from other children ignorant of beyond the press with each turn of the Kirk man ville. Todd Co.. Ky.UK centAny \,lece of shet-t music l.utlh..b.I, a' -.'
any means by which the difference maybe screw toad i per cent below IJI1t.l1 h..rl price.. U"uk".1!
while the juice ran in a little rivulet .
cured, it is the duty of parents to sup- IIKAUIMIF IT JUST IN TIME. w j>t. r' pa: -b. heet Inn ie size, 10 cents 'II<1
into a tub below. When tho press Cat ply to them as far as may he, every lifted the half "I had been} about given to die
deficiency of their senses. This, to a was grape3 were seen : up A. B. Campbell, Jark-"n\'ilt.! Kl.Mention \.- .
crushed. Two peasants then mountedthe with dyspep-ia' when I first saw the advertisement
certain extent, can be done at home, anda
:de- lr
cake and trimmed it into with
shape [: this Ial"r]
of Shaker Extract of Rootsor
has attended the
singular success prac- :
long handled spades piling the trimmingson
tice of treating the deaf child exactly as top, and then bringing the press down Seigd's: :'yrtmp. After u-ini:, four but
if it could hear so that, almost as it were I \OTICI1. :.
able attend. business
again. They invited us with charming tles I was: to to my

by intuition it has aCJuirt.the art of politeness to taste the juice but their as well as ever I know of :several-('s III t 'i,.,.,,;, ( ",/lff o 1flc' Srreutb J"li,.vfi {
speech to a limited extent. But as that
extent is very likely to remain limited, heavy boots tore evidence of too recent a of chills and fever that have been cured 'i//lIi, .oj 17orialr y JTnYlrci I wod v.
visit to the cherished manure heap, and
the rest of the deficiency can only befcupplied we thanked them with equal courtesy. by it." :So writes Tho Pulluui, of TajJenevaCo. .- 1. />. 1S:
by schools having no other objectthan This grape cake, when it had yielded ( ; ., Ala.WORTH ; t i EotM. 3I.tlt'lii l:1
the instruction of the deaf, and it is
up its last drop, would be broken to \"s- i
at once to be seen that every guardian of pieces and scattered over the fields as a TEN JOILItBOTTLE: : 1:. < ;uy Mercer and-

such a child is under an obliinuion to the fertilizer. The juice would meanwhile )Ir. Thomas P. E"a II:'. of the firm of M 'r -.'r. his wife: T. ; Furecio-ur1! : '

child to inform himself about !OuchschooL. have been placed' to ferment in the tuns, Evans & Rro.. Merchant.Horntown.. ll.,ward Knight & Maud 'J"

.. and to give the child the advantages twelve and thirteen feet deep, which lay I Knight: his wile, lUll I i Mortgag'; : ; "
be from if in Accomack Cu.. Va.. writes that he had
to gained them even in the adjoining cellar."". D. Howelfs 'I'lioinas c.: might:: and .

It so doiii'4 the child in so far has to Nxrome in Harper's Magazine.Oriental iW nick with digestive: disorders for f Knnna K. Knight. hi- I

a beneficiary of the state. The debt to many years and. had tried many physicians wile. j

the totatei:3"not: a serious one, since it is d INI "f th''
Peddlers in New York. and medicines without benefit.f H.- It appearing:: by the atlidaut [
for the interest of the state that every that the
Turks and Arabs occasionally como :Shaker Extract of Roots wW1Nff1HITHE a;.:ent ol the complainant Nereid
member of the community shall lie began; to use ..... ft'''-
: above named lespondent
brought to the highest pl'rCl- tion.-llar- through Cattle Garden with designs on or :'Cklol'Srup about the 1st of .Ian. LAD1EG' FAVORITG.17EVEH lively. non-reMdeiit: of the Mate of F lor-
.America a dwelling place. and they OUT Or ORDER. T.
Ij'r': Bazar. well. 1SX7. and way so much better in three ida. and that the addre-s of the
generally,: stay and succeed right: 1'you cM're purchase arewing machine'
They pick up the language in no time, weekthat: he considered him-elf ITHtically '- ': cur r;i.nt at your r:"co for terms and Howard Knight; and Maud ) It'r'
It cannot Sad write wife, and It. tUIer"l.'r and -
how In Thoroughly injcIL.xka. :-era. you our a ent,
and are soon busy at small tobacco well man. He adds "I have: 11 address below alluit :1IHl 1
Lately have read all the "How Was a ;r-ct to nearc t to you named cer. his wife, areunknown to |

Educated" "BooksThat Have stands or in Oriental bazars and Turk- at thi time one bottle on hand, and it I the complainant, and that lh- -alJ r.Tspondents.
Helped ish bath houses or selling Turkish confections r EW HOME SEWJG{ MACHINE G.0 PJJ1GE.M SSctilcA3o and Kniiu fc'
f. Knight
3Ie"' jKipers. and I have noted bow, in and highly diluted attar of roses could not get; any more / iro //,/ lust ("'?->"
the majority of instances, the great writers on the streets and in shops and oflict-s. t>-n ,l-ll'rbillfnf' if. SttI-UiS' N. "T.lANTA.GA'S ir0.s5:::TPYOTICI AL Philadelphia:!: in the State of IVtni)1'!

and thinkers of today jouth were confined As peddlers they get on btautifully. All dru'.:.:i-ts. or address _\. .J White.Limited. 1. vania. and that each and every one 01 1
in their childhood and to -- --- --- ot'i :
comjaratively -- ---- ?
Their handsome faces and Oriental manners : i said over the as
5 il Warren : N y. re.-pondent.s are
few books. The-e they lead till they \: :. ordered that! the
draw nickels and quarters from years. It therefore
were learned ahno-t by ht- rt. And by so those they approach with magical; celer LAND OFFICE Gaine-ville, Fla., > said rt'ipondent-. the said I K. (,1J-V. h'r'

.\- always have a "God be with A NEW\ & USEFUL DIGRESSION.I April ?j, ISSN. ; cer and Mercer, his wile : T. Uf oily'

all, that was in th> authors but insensibly : you" or.a "Peace be 'ours" even for Notice hereby i given that the follow j I and Knight and Maud Knighthis [,

acquired a good literary stt 1..'. An those who resist their blandishments. ingnamedtttler has tiled notice of his and 'Iiluinae I'. I Knight and EmILIa *'

author whose entire meaning and pur- Their patience is something miraculous, intention to make final proof in support : Knight, his wife, do plead. an-'yer r
be is h.\".. aldr-d U iuy stock: ut \Vat.-h., i-']. kKut ;:+. ot Ili cbim. amI that said proof will IK- Rill l iii'ow| .,
pase: can at one reading not = lUll to the complainant'* ,
and their persistence i is without the irritating d ware:. Je" elry' etc: ; a ccmjletthueot taw the .n.
of the highest; class, and the more we ad- vulgarity which sometimes mars ll.. >U dicine,, a 5urgradr of CiirarsCicarettf.. ioo made b.foretcwart., Clerk of plaint herein tiled on or before pill
vance in life and in culture, the morepIcasun' aiid 1'ii.eia collectiouot }'4nl..liood*, lc.Notions ...i. Circuit Court. at Titu vllll". Fla.. on day of May. A. I> b-o': or the -:UUr
do we find in our favorite authors. the otherwise perfect symmetry of the and Florida Curiosities: a obol stockMatioLery ot' June I::. l>s>. viz. : llobert L'. lltirchlield. 1 ibe'takena's confes-ed ; anal it i is turtbcronll'rt |
American born vender of small merchandise and ail a-sortnjeut ol Candy and Cuufrcaonery Fla.. 1>. 5.10 order wlished |p Lt>
4 for
Geonianl. the
>ll that
They respond to the iI11l'ro"cli1ellt ; "sci:."or?, pocket aid table Cutlery Ha\
who becomes bulldozer
tune a 11. lots 1 and i. See. 14 F1.uiU1'.t: MAI:
lot 2. Sec.
in ourselves. The more of inc dt-plated the above at toy >l'W tort \Va hiii and in the the
powers do of high degree. Only the male t..ut"IHlt". Titus., ille, you are re-j tct. lots I and '?. 'e(. ..J. T. i:>. S. J:. 3; E. 1 for four consecutive weeks prior to
appreciation we possesthe more we Turks and Arabs in the scuffle fully invited H call and examine the same' to rata.fy is-s
engage lie names the following: witnesses to said 31st dav of May. A. U .i
find in them to appreciate. They never \\onrself as to Price and quality whether you buy and the -e
for bread. discard their .
usually residence seal
They hand'and
revealing ..r not WATCH REPAlKIXii V S1'L"IA LTV. prove his continuous upon. and Witness: iny tbl
disappoint us. but are constantly twistified names, and rechristen themselves Latent approved Instrumeut and Tool'. and .0 cultivation of. said land, vu. : John A. of said court, at the Court House

; new thoughts and previously hidden by some easy and comfortable years' practical experience tn the watch and jewelrybusiness. Shipper, Charles S. Adams, Irving D. !1, 23d day of April, A. H. 1SSS.I .
painstaking to plea*e as
meanings. : Christian name, such as Charley" to articles I and"hall price spare* or no Repairing, and UOIE TO Hiscock. of Horti Fla. ; A. f.. Bruner, I I .\. A. STEWART.

The student alone thoroughly enjoys j i "George" or "'\ lliam."-New York MERIT: A FAIR t-HW.E OF YOVB PTKONAGE.w. : of Geor iana. "Fla.I Clerk Circuit Court 7th Judicial L'triultof

books. Remember this, you skimmers i Press '-Every Day: Talk." c. ('. ISKAXXLXC I L'. S. C. TUCKEK: Ht.:iscer. I 1 Florida, Urevard County.

who are not too confirmed in j our bad 1 .





L.C.OLOLIVER I LAXI OFFICE at Gainesville. FIa.. > -r
will return to America ..
John L! Sullivan & :SLTDG April :!'l. 1S
early in App is hereby ;jiven that the tolloxv-
Rev Dr. Parker, of London, fays that innametl settler has tiled notice of lute

he!will he return to America in February, 2SS8. Dealers iiiGEORGIA I intention to make final proof in supportof

cardinal Gibbons loves long walks, and his claim and that said proof will he
advises his priests to avoid street made before Register and l I'h-'r at
cistanUy Gainesville Kla.. on .Tune !:>. !>>>{. \iRosucll /:. :
of Prince Edward county K. r.roun. Talm lt'aeb. Fla..
Senator colored: member of the Virginia 1). >. .'!lsI. for the X. E. t of>. I:. 4. ami
j, theonly ; W. A of S. E. 1 See. 2'. Tp.t: S. of t:.
&e113te.Joset.h. SHINGLES AND LATHS. : -tC: E.
Chamberlain's collection of orchids
He names the following witness to
rt his home near Birmingham: valued at prove his continuous residenceaport.ant!

1O.U10.3rEllsnorth. General Hard.vvare cultivation! ot. said land. viz. : Thwna*
Ingalls is said to be an almost ; Jones George II. C Charter of Palm

exam physical counterpart of his father, Ueach. Fla. ; Cliarle; W. I'ieree..1ann'w

thenator.The Grand Duke of Kartell wi...h';? to take Sash Doors' and Blinds ; Stoves Tinware and Crockery.Refrib !I Porter-'. ot llypolnxi.S ('. Tri'KKU.Fla.: IJ"'; : T.OTKI .

American tour, but his ministers oppose ---- ----- -- -- --
an I \ ':.
Ce project .
l.\M ( )rnn at Gainesville.; Fla.. \
Senator Hampton amuses himself during; PAI TS A D OILS ..
by making anti throwing paper April :!;. lx S. j
debates I Notice i? hereby ;Jiventhat :hein Gtltttw-
boomerangs.ExMayor : ...-named settler hay tHc..l notice of hit
erators Water Coolers Ice Cream Freezers
Harrison of rhia
Carter ; ,
intention tu make tribal I prllnriuIJJtltnrt:, ot
has nanlt'll an land in the Pacific ocean after I i his claim and that said proot'will heutadrbctore

the Venirt of tho \Vest Screen Wire Screen Windows Screen-Wire Doors.I:' .1..1. Meuart. Clerk, at Tim.511e. ,-

The oldt-st LllitE..l States consul in continuous I i \. :Ia.. on .Inne :!.". lj>>:>. vi/.,: Hrnry
service is Horatio J. Spragun, who I, Clay Sill Sebastian. l Fla.. II. 1-.. lttl.. t

was appointed+ to the consulate at Gibraltar POWDER AT NEW YORK PRICES. :! fur the lots :.H and 10 of See. 10. 'Tn.IU.
ia I"- i; S. 1 II. :g) l;. r

Congressman Allen, of Massachusetts, !' lie lollouin;: uitn..?s. ji lit
carries; a pocket camera and amuses himself T i- T v s "\r 1 T. L I I- 11' JA ) in :n A. I I prove tits continuon-i ri idenee tiM.i'.

tv taking; sudden photographs of his <-.01.leat and cnltivatitm ot. said land. vi/ : Fre.).
league 1 Paul Kregel..1..l. Dubois llaird. of >t.-

Buffalo Hill is said to be negotiating for arose ]New 1im1cer: Y-ard. [ h\ tian. Fla. ; form l.aird. of Melboarne.
for throars 1 Fla. ; ('hr. F. Lathnm. of Mice-. Fla. t
of Alexandra jialaoe ,
] j I =. S.! I. TUCKKI. Keiiter.LAXI : .
of his home in
and to bo thinking making -0- \ -

England.Judge; IVanMl, of Buffalo, owns a photograph All kinds of Pine Lumber Dressed and Undressed' Cypress and Pine !j OFKICK 00'I'1'E.(iainesville. Fla.. > i
of Grover Cleveland taken in t'l;:!. It
: April 2."f.! l>vs. i j
represents a toll, slight young man, longhaired I Notice i< herebvriveui that the follow
and with a heavy mustache. Shingles Laths etc. etc. I ill .tImH'c.l: settler has filed notice of hi*

Gen Albert Piko never use any but quill I intention! make: final proof! in support,
and ho carefully preserves them when I I of his claim, and that said nil be
: proof
they are worn out. He has probably 10UUO Special attention given to all orderUivcr I Trade Solicited. Yard i is located on the South Side of i made before Register: and I Receiver at

old pens stored away in his cupboard! Hailway't of the ( :Jrantl View Hotel. Titu ville. i Gainesvile. Fla.. on .Mine '!."'. 1S:>S vi/ : +

Governor Hill,of New York,neither smokes I Thomas .\. ,Jones Palm Ueach. Fla.. I ).

tobacco nor drinks anti-11rnhillitionliuhh. 'UV. Pm :JI3OoE3B3: : : 19 AgeD.t.I : i 5. :!KM) for the W. A ot S. 11'. J See. 10.
He breakfasts regularly at G:"o a. m. and :. 'I and 1.1 of S. E. i Sec. U. TI..I I II. s. L'. t
shares his bachelor meal with two dogs and 4.:{ E.

scat I lie names the following witnc>r*: tprove

Charles Dickens will remain in America I COURT WEEK. i his continuous re>(th'm.l'lllnn.) and (

till June, and it is estimated he will carry TITUSVILLE i i cultivation of said lulI1'i/. : (irosnvll rN.

home fully .'OOtg(1 American dollars.So I lirown. tror e II. Charter Talnil 1
l>eaeli.FIa. ; Charles!' W. 1'ierce. ,{amt's
much for being the son of a great father. -\j-

Jules Simon is the Chauncey })t'pew of I The people of I'revanl County, State of Florida, are hereby ?uininoneil Porter llypoluxi. Fla
: S. c. Trt'KF.i
# France. Ho complains that his country is FURNITURE STORE. to appear at the Store of ..J. IJIUNIiAUM I Clothier, for the pur- -__ --_____ __ ___:_ Ueistir. f fX'l"C

becoming a great sculpture gallery, and that lure of Kxainining; a full line of I
i a monument cannot bo unveiled but ho is

asked to speak.E'erlthill I Spring Clothing, L.\xi OFFICE Gainesville.:1pri110.lS.'Fla..l 1'i I

,* in tho czar's kitchen kept Hats Notice i is hereby given that the follow
under lock and key, and no (quo can serve 'ISlloes'l ill .nallle.1 settler has tiled notice ot Id- a

him anything except the maitro cl'hotel, a Frosolier intention to make final proof in supportof
Frenchman named Brenger, who alone attends A. Gent's Furnishing Goods his claim and I that said proof will be

the czar at table.: made before .\. A. Stewart. Clerk, at

When Wade Hampton goes to n hotel ho PROPRIETOR. Trunks and Jles: I Titll \'i1Ie. Fla.. on .ulna -itll. 1>:,,. vhs;

never registers, hoping in that wayto escape Ami judire I) for themselves as to CHEAPNESS( ( E/ekiellJ. Nesbitt. ot Mieco. Fla.. D.
the reciters. He lu ks like a Jersey farmer. XE.\TX ESQ.I I I II S. 209! : for the lot 1. Sec. ;. Tp. ::O. S. l
. He brand shouldered, well built and wears R. :J9 K.He .
; clothe in lint* fashion. I will make a run fena few lass only in CHILDREN'S KNEE names: the following witnesses to

Minister Hoon, the Chinese minister! in PANTS, aires from .t to 1:! years: :, At T\ri XTY-FIYE CENTS PER prove his continuous residrnce upon ant!

Washing.1), affects gorgeous brocaded rol TO Parlor Suites, PAIR :and all other} ( :Joods: in proportion. cultivation of !said land viJohn L'I .
of snow white satin. He is always sur- Beach, Robert T. Smith. Georiris 1'. Olementie -
rouniliil I by a dozen licautiful women directly Having; just returned from the North where I have made: a Good James II. Doyle, ot Micro. Fla.

heu1'1tt'.Ir-at: a rwvptioii. Bed Room Suites Selection, one and all are Mire to he suited. No funny business'all 1. S. C. TUCKFI:. Jlegister. I
---- - is the greatest chewer of toliaceo and convince vourn-lves: atTHE
in COH l'I"'.. The more be is annoyed them 1
<,re he chews, and whenever he: thinks ar. JBJrR. JBA U1VJ: Ail person:* having: ; claim against the
estate of JamesLowden.. Iat of Ilrovard I
dwply, or thinks he is thinking, his angular Beds ]Mattresses I
and down like county. diceaed. are hereby requirt
jams: go up a chopping; im-
Chin('. ONE PRICE CLOTHIER, I to present thc-m, properly alttlwntie:1tt.'tI.I ,
within the time prescribed by law 1..
The stingy:: old Prince of Monaco lias taken Second Door East of Indian River Bank TITUSVILLE FLORIDA. I
.' '
Springs i Hon. Minor S. 011( *. County Judge oiI
eleven! month1 to answer the appeal made to
I{ aid county or to the undersigned!, or
him on U'lialf of the victimsof the Lost earthquake
I thi notice will stand in bar of
payment ;
in hi. state. He has at last decided to
TITUSVILLE CASH STORE ; and also personnuing: said e.tate are
fculisinlK4 his .'\\n tenants.
line 'all toil see the New :Stoekjitst with the undersiirned.
King AlIl rt of Saxony has written to received. ] l ] :l ) rrJ :J1T1:.. I n M.vuv .\. Lowimx.

this country for volumes on the American j I.s .lCknt } for I Tlii2M: of April. iS&>. ::f.o-t:
war by living authors. His majesty is an lc(1'i111cac1luartcrs; 1-------- ---

authorityoil Kurojiean military matters, 1I of to Become Frog
hating greatIdistinguished" himself in the BEAUTIFUL RIVER FRONTFORCED Fine GroceriesT I Notice Application a

Franco-Prussian war. i Rr'lI.
The Haroness l&urdett-Coutts has entered Notice i"i hereby in conformity
"' "
into a partnership with the Duke of Westminster AT T '\ \ \ iXNZI) with law. that tin !subscriber will.llpon

and together they are to ran n cab Al IX( ) the :ilst day of )1:1\: '. .\. I'. li;:O:1'\: make
business in I/mdon. Their (alas are already SALE. application to the Honorable Judgi of
on the streets and their business motto i.nsulII .., I'ta.1ia.n.Vi11a: Faints: the Circuit Court tr the :Seventli Jmli-

** '\ is a- 'ans,'m dt**." clal'irenitof Florida. IJrevard county.
"VU"hi'te Lend, :l: eroson.eR.a : : ,
tirL: licence to take; charge of and manage -
The oldest living graduate of lYirovton ;;(;.S acres: of high dry land, beautifullysituated her own estate and l to berome :t tri'*
collide is HL" '. Melancthon K Williams, of on Indian Uivcr.: Give at Iea,-t w ancl.: Boi1e Lin.sood: Oil, .
Cambridge; N. Y. He was born on July li( mile fiver front. Will be soldat I dealer hi every respect.j.
rw, au.1'nit'reel the junior class at Nassau a quarter lean :.0) per ecut.i less than any land I Cotton SOOC3. Moal an.c1.:: .t ran: I TII.ul-; HAT<:IIITT.iditiitifsfraloraml .

hall, us the! college was then called, in his
the rin'r."c are
of like nature on :E1ny. Grain: Foocl and j Guardian'sofico.
ICthear, andvn.s in I* 14.MTilkie ,
graduated ordered to ,ell.. andell, lye iuut.: I \ .

Collins was asked how he came by Address call on i Fortili: ors.P'u.ll : TI nil irlmin if iiuiij nnu-ffu.
Count FHSOO. the only fat villain in tlctiou. or :i Take Notichat six ruontl'e.afttr.late

"He was un agglomeration: ," replied the no,- {'has. U. S,,'('.'1. : Lin.o: of lOTails.i I will apply) to the lIul1urIJ.IIin.! : ....
elist, "and I made him fat because a lady ,i
.JUtIc."f Ilrevanl
S. Jones, County County,
once made the remark to me at a dinner
I Florida, for my final diM-harge. from tuy
party: that jio novelist could make n really Indian River Real Estate Agency, : adininistratnrsliip, of the *-tatr of Sarah
Ufe-hke fat villain." ALL GOOJ )S ai VI : ...:VXTAgtnts ] :l D. : F. Woolff.ilfceaswl, and fnun inyguardiansbip -

The startling accusation comes from Eng; TlTl.S\ LI.E. FL.:5 ; tier I owkr aud Uaviduc, Ftrtili.irs.Clyde's I of William Wooin", late an infant,
land that John L. Sullivan recently prpetratel -- -- -- -- - -- i but now of full age.Patcd .

a pun at \\ nllsor. He was running : << this :ilnd day of February, .\. I>. ,
through Qatru Victoria's park, when n.. liv- l.... '.
York Charleston and Florida
ene l official stopjuxl him and asked what ho PORTER & POTTER JAMKS: M. P. PO(11

"'as dirutg. "Improving my wind sir," explained | Administrator of the ttatsf Samh 1'v.rlii..It '

the champion, as he hurried on. steamship Line. \ : '''':1.-l',1. and iriplian: (.f ) E

Swinburne, the erotic Ei.glMi poet, ia:! WilliamVo"lu": a u inur.
scarcely tire feet in height,his face is ghastly Real Estate Dealers, The Klogant; St,-:iiiKrot' this- Line an- ;ij'|> >int -
palo and his immense head is covered withgreat Articles of Incorporation of

a-ias.of wild, unkempt hair, while I FROM JACKSONVILLE ill(' Halifax and Indian Itivr -

his moutU is small, almost girlish" in its ex- IaUe IVortli. Dade (0.. 1 la. SEMINOLE. ( New ) ........................... ............... Thur l lay.: May :*1, lth oO a m I] (' Itailvva ('tHIIIJanCe )-. f lie IS shyof women,but he is fond CHEROKEE.I ( New )...... ......... ..... ... ............. ...... Thurxlayi} : May loth, ::fcin p m |, It known. that w.- "h', .- nanicw are HulmnJHdh
11 tl e..N ity of artists ant men of letters.Carur the l.ake'rth.Mate. It.lies Florida parallel is the w ith most the tropical ocean beach part of is SEMINOLE. (New )............. .................... ........ Thur.dIIav lath, >::;o am !! *>rt<', have uo foruinl torn and and organize f.rj31I1n.J..urM-lv and .hy. ibtocorporation. U*iw a

1 1. Harrison. ex-King of Chicago I -.2 milts lone, of an average! width of one mile, is CHEROKEE, ( New ).... ...........................'........... Thur-d-iy, May; 21th, :'.:(1i11i mSEMINOLE. I presents ender the j.r'iM.'ii" of an alt of tb-

and 1.1',1.,t Bridgeport, writes that he and connected with the ocean by mile an inlet.from the and nowhere (New )...... .................................. .... Thur-day+ May :ilst, >:::uam I Latnlator- i,t tin* MatllornU.. approved July
the Km.t Sum are thick as two dog heads over three-quarters: of a w. 1$;.a. entitled "*n act to provide; in triirl lawtor
The kiihas The niching and hunting cannot be excelled pomrano. FROIV F7EI .IlT.AND IN A, I the incorporation f railroad and rtiumli'." and
several win, and at the age barracuta. sheephead and
blue fi h. -c-a trout any at-t of -a.d Ijpa:ialature amendatory
wjhm a-\'n.. years is: the father of thirty otht fine flab being; easily caught by trotlma or Every Sunday Alt .' ;. His'.' .ul highness wanted Carter with a net l>eer and wild turkey are plentiful m a ra lw flY for public use Ib the cobY.1..f'ot
to I the pine woods beyond the chain of fresh water _\fh'l'al'riv.lloftlw j persona anti prol.t-rly.
tarry and
marry a few princesses, but lake which he west cf Lake AVorth. Ikautiful co'anut We adopt and aeon t wait art and it*&11IPI.1'I1"."
latter NU.I "Nt', sir ; I am letter as Sinm." ,-. :ro'e'' are m bearing all along the shores of Florida and Navigation Co.'s Train 3"II:" charter <-f said <-"r- .ratioi cud in colitart'.
Railway .
Sh... r.ianeh. Willis Howard writes from I II:.. bk... and (:uavs?. mmgocl' dpddillos. alligator ity th rt) ruak and -um th.utl, :....:of inc.rpno
j 11'earl'. sugar) applet Spanish" limes', Jamaica apples.tamarinds ,. ration. 'I li.- sane ot said corporate i>> the Hal
tutt'lrt.. that she writiag a novel keeping cofiee. goo>berry trees maumee apple. Leaving Jacksonville attj p. IH.'ESSlE fax ar. l lr..hau Liver lUil-vay rompany. Said raili -
ton.. .iU"ItaU';; a family of nieces and ;1 maamee sapota; almonds, dates, firs. oranges.luues i war' i' to b- l'OD"trl1'twl. maintained end operated
&*l'ik-v.N imrsmg s.-veral of 1: lemon citron and all kinds of tropical trusts \ Sunday. Mae !:thDELlWAKE I n .\I.\ :KK: Snotty May -.t thHtLWAKE from the city ot iMjtona. iu Voliu ronury.. to a I
eases diphtheriaan" -.
anal flowers are loins; nntly here. This is the most >ui day. My lath I Sunday. :vy' .Tthsteamers point on the Indian Kitfr. in Iii*aril eowety.dit.Vi a
K"r t fever supervising; the translation IlI) miles ea-t of the Said raiSwar wu! !>..
of Florida being H of atwnntcity notes
cf eastern part sail from Pier ', lIst Ulver Sew York, -r- '
onot' l-er U..,;ks" into U nuan. Italian and longitude ot Jack..onMle This brings the Gulf are appointed i c..r.f;trn -t.l and operated in the cnnntienof Vol..ia 1
French it.j.rmg' ; her memory according to stream neartrto the land here than at any other, Tmlay and Friday at 3: (;\clit k. P. M. and Erevan l. in tin- irate of Florida
Every bMi'-
the must even ill
a sy t-u trig part of the ccat. and thus insure I The capital trek! .f aid company
learning to use a typetrriter. temperature of any place in the United Stat*... Alare ami. acoominmlations unurp:1"I. Lvi-iy attention will be dmi tl.on..anll de liar (f-;'JlI.fJtl.>. .Jiv.da l into M*
The freight paender I .
acrtage i> put in cardm truck every winter bnineeutnttell; tothilim*. : thonrand .har** of one Inndrettt"tlar. -.arh.I
Au Awful Ulall..".)". from 15.wu to::tI.OO bu'.hel of early tomatoes bejig given Direct -htpnuent-from, New York via (Jy,le> Florida LiiuI'icrJ.*, I.l-t Kivt r. I the dirwf* of said ronipany. who uall maaxyrits .
I 1.nng"frow :*LEA to until their sot re.rptI
which n'ar.f.r
I affairs for the first
D-uggist (iu alarm to lx> )-James, run to crown eery year and For further information apply to I nmnlr. and their ewe -
y hotels. stores pot- five
Mrs. *-lUith'li !5.<*t i>rr Lushel Good 41..1.TEAt>, \5Tfnt -1..1. LK-: 'LIE, Affftit, are chosen are in .
at 01J<'\.'. FvJ made on awful offices are com eniet-t. I.\tll.t all MZ.* and pricessecured I nlan.1inl, t la. -- W. Hay -t., J.iek-onyille., Fla. I and places of rMdne are a" toll<,11'iTTI >
lUh,1lkl': by the above firm. who have almost all of KGFK. Tnifflc lmtL'r)1.; I'. L'l.YlIE \ (;0., t.F''r. AliT*.. .EV J. WHITE, onuoisaFIU
James butt ing cow win. in a I Till 4) G >.; HroallwY.. >K W. H.U X wSaiyina.
seiimj his the best land to sell l"arties :b:; Hr0311wuy, N. Y. J2 south tvhuve-,1'htladelphia| : .
; iutJ- rorf'hine-qui. than double the rurcha"e money. Ceneial \et.l. Jackl OnTi1e. Ftorida. WILLIAM II WATSON. Jact >B il'S.VMUEL -
nmLars,' short time, more } M. IKoKMONliEU: Jr. Traveling > ..
uiciuisonDmee 10 all fronting on Late K CARTER.:
I .t from I 5 to acres
ist- o, 00; sale Rnt for ten cent Worth." range Priers from fro to $?uO an acrt'nyont: I Since last season VENTILATORS have been constructed on the iron steamers for the JOHN T. S.LtDew."OIk'-;' .
Worth of one Cent stamps, and I sent her ten t! wihui2 further infoimation enclose stamp to the better transportation of Oranges and Vegetables. fanb 17, 1SS*. 1"'
tWfJ5-New! York Sun. j! above firm.

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R4 -SPECIAL COLOIX.: -Mr. E. Magruder, of Rockledge, I j Messrs. McMillan and Snell, of Eau I I FOli SALE. Indian River

was in town on Monday. i iIr. ( Gallie, were in town this week. A tract of land on Indian River in the B k6ij
Local advertising inteited in this column for five iI I I county of Brevanl. con-i-tin.:: of N$
lea cent than per-0 line ceutr.hjNorLCEThe each. insertion. N o charge made for -) W. H. H. Gleason, of Eau !;I Judge Hammond, of Cocoa, has beenin I acres;t it being lot No. :;. and south halt i W..hinlton Avenue.TITUSVILLE. I

Gallie, paid Titusville a on Saturday town on bu-iness this week. of the northeast quarter of section 35, FLORIDA.

handing: to them underiKne4 a copy of the will Indian pay to River anyone Sun last. -Mr. Carl C. Curtiss, of Narrows, was and lot No. 3, being the southwest quar- Fresh Bread, Cakes and Confectioner
newspaper of a date between June 34th. 18S6. and ter of the northwest quarter of section
July 24th. 1988, the sura of five dollars (.5 (0) -\Ir. F. J. Webb, of Melbourne, was in town last week for a few days. 3J;, both in township 31 :south range; 3D Constantly on bans.ItS'I'ON t '

Jones BEES-WAX.k Williams.; lOOl Solicitor lI. VVauted., Titm Apply ille. } G. H. in town on Thursday and Friday last, on -".care informed that there will bea east. This i is a very desirable] piece of : FKKNT1I, UIUII.HIXI)
Altree, Titusville. business connected with the law. change in the railroad and steamboat hammock, soil of rich quality suitablefor HUKA1) MADF
FOR SALE in the town of Cocoa, on Indian River the raising of all tropical fruits. Is TO OUUKIi r
about -Mr. Elliot Titus left here on )Ion- ) schedule, commencing Sunday. Ball .
an Improved lot 150x400 feet containing situated at the Narro\v near Knopost- Parties IVmci. etc catered for with .
100 budded orange trees nearly all in bearing, and day for Georgia, and from which place Assistant of Canaveral office. Will sell for cash. For care and attention .UltmNonlntoii nHealth
several other kinds of bearing fruit trees; also a I :; Honeywell, cheap I Giving Bwrratfr. o cli. her Suf*
Rood 2-story house Ix40' feet, with piazaa. and he will later leave for New York.A particulars address
For on, light, and Mr. Wood, of Banana River, : Special Prices for Hotels, Restaurants
kitchen and good well of water. Price $2,000 1':. M. LOW. ,Etc.
eOda>only. Address Mrs F. A. James, Palm large number of our citizens are have been in town the past week. f I G..tLTItL'l:, iToprleton f
Beach, FilLCALL Sept. 3. Brockton. Mass.J. '
on A. V. liibcock. Ot'or i 4l1a.lndian River. preparing to start North to spend the -\Ir R F. Hartford and family I t; --" -. r
----- -- -- -- -- T. rKlTLlI MMM'ieMil.-ut. ,
for river fronts ; terms are eall). for cash to set.Hera. summer. The Can't-get-away Club" started yesterday: for Memphis, Tenn., I w. AI
School aud Church at band mail and transportation L'IIUt1'Jl'ahtet.
facilities daily. The place is healthful, will contain its usual number of members. where Mr. R. F. Hartford is located in McGlaslian:: i
elevated and pleasant. I : INDIAN RIVER f
bu-5ne-s. BARK
-"e received a call from Col. A. M. -The l'ropectarc: bright for a glo
TIii'i" 111(', Florida.
Thrasher, of Sanford, last Friday. He rious celebration on the Fourth of July.] Done to Order on hoit Notite.
There i is: to be an excursion from A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TEAS. .
Sanford to Rockledge to-day. has inserted his card in our columns. As The boys are already at work slinging a Roofing and Guttering a Specialty. 1! SACTED. :'

an attorney he has a good standing, and baelull.Epicopal. .
ri. \ 17
TITl"o.\1J.J.E.: { l.Mhanjre bought amt 01.1.
of Meritt's Wand sjHHlal
Miss Allie Martin aua i
generally succeeds in getting his share of service will be held at I __ __ ___U" ___ ___ __ ,. plUlllpt attf Mtum jruen Int.ull.I.tillll.. Laurtegiaiatcl *
her friend Miss Sophie Fischer. l Ull HIM iiiortua ;t' tor b
is visiting saxi '
the practice in this section of the State.Don't ltaiikCorporal iou- ami ln.'lu" *'
iiliu-! ii, ,
Wager's Hall, on Sunday morning next, ('IiI:;l. ; ;
; .
The Firemen's regular monthly] meet- I A.l'nO l'-t a11I1Wt'lt on tniiril t'pnoitSI -
forget the meeting Monday at 11 o'clock. The H Archdeacon
held Monday evening at their OOOOO TO
ing was
evening next, at the Firemen's Hall. Carpenter will officiate.A I I

hall. Its is to discuss i and receivereports ; ( >n Fir-t: -cIa-i Heal Estate.A .
object fully : meeting of the directors of the Keeps full :supply] of metallic and wooden I
-Two negroes from Lake Worth were from the committees and I -
etc., Titu-\ille :school Building A :-ociation Coffins, Cases and Caskets. ,l\'antnrulf 111011 avuiUbUollati'mi; 1
arrested last week and launched in jail others whose: aim it is to make the 4th of I 1'1'rU'-t'tl b4)-ine.4 Irtprr'iii.coutate.l.
lipId The
was on Tuesday. proceedingswill j t
for robbery in that Kjction.Mr. July] celebration a sueccs-s.: :Meeting at : ; Funerals attended if desired. All orders I Draft on all Matte ol }:urup-.
appear in the STAU: next week. j promptly executed, and at ft>:NJIIt- Bu-iu-o>. Clone at .ltlt-k,eiiiyln.. r ttiKer .. !
W. C. C. Branning shipped over eight o'clock.
I -At Canaveral: on Sunday hi-t: : rate.- Kmbalmin ; done. J I >' favor, l''nl nith ..*.nni! !
one hundred young alligators away on \V.HoIIlH'S and :\Ir-. 0. Steen, Arthur Franklin, formerly of ) \1r.1 iKinkinjr, 'lucrlulltnuU.l 1

Tue-.h\)". They were lively ones, too. friends of :\Ir Ixnulen, left here on I A. M. Hamilton & Co. .! CUhIa1-I: : '(t\IE\T.ILink.4.larl.ata: : ,.. l'
C sota, was married: to Mi-s ( Wilson. | .J.k-tlJi\"ilh', }'la.; llu- t'aIHlar.tlltl"I.,1
-The Church is i reach- : ]la-t for An-ouia Conn. : Jmk.t.w: \ork.
new Episcopal:; :Saturday : \Ir-I: The ceremony was; performed by Rev. j : ;.;
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ing pleasing proportions to the eye, and Holmes has had quite a lengthened stayin TITUSVILLE, rL3RIDA,
I Mr. Weed. : :
j C. C. EIAIGHT: :
by another week will bu half completed.] Titus\ille, andhe intends returning, i VV"h"II''altIh'al'I': in I
-The presentation of the play entitled | Contractor & Builder
Master Pierre Titus has returned, with her hu-band, next winter, and I will II '
.\ Scrap: of Paper" liars been l'o-tl'ollt'd Indian River 1.1.1UI.TII, IIVIM.: < ... 111.
I'ast Florida Seminary purcha-e land here. Oysters
from the -
temporarily, i for short: time. It was -et for next house-. of all kimlbuilt t-ulnrltv f

at Gainesville, during a short 1 a- I -The season of hor-e-llie- now at iu I I Tuc-dayevening, but di-ajirecable weather day w:.;;r- or on contrait. alit! \\otk

cation. height. Au old :-ettlcr-alHI one who ; 11' 1 Sl-I; dour in any part ot the Mate. touts(
has prevented the} playerfrom perfecting work jr uarmh't'tl.I-u :i few ln u;i->
-Mr. G. 1). Gilson started north on a know -tells IH that in dry weather they their partHierilV -. Green Turtle and Game turale: in ;:ooil locution-. at luriraiiprice :

vacation and recreation trip for a few will increase in number, but if the rainyseaon I I : -. *':!-UlI';!
I l Bowman started cloys the
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months. lie probably will return to Indian sets in early] their time is *hoit.We All milcis\ will rl''I'ivy prompt iixlc'intul! :itt.
, think liver \e-Urday with Peter Reddick: to I 1I'l1liulI.111"111"1'1.\i\ 1.t' '.n.ijili, I \ l Hatch( & Son
t River. that the hor-esaiid mules must l'lrch' I td II'01' to'\'-'m. 17 : ,
for the stolen
money: belonging to
Ilaulover be praying"!; for rain, then. I --- I II'' \T.t J lay I"
-A who visited the on
r party 311.1. C. Allen. IIi- accomplice, who

Sunday returned will a fine catch of -3lessrs..1. Hamilton & Co. have I wa- arrested Tue-dav, but whose name TITUS HOUSE, |
trout and bass They say fi-hing f : thereis about concluded their :l'a..OIl of oy-ter :i we hanot learned), wataken aloiiiralo. ; ,
immense.Dr. :-.hipping; ; and wi-h to thank: their many I i Titusville, Indian River, Florida. I

of Jacksonville customers for their patronage cxt'i.ded 'I i :, Hardware Crockery, Saddlery,
Souvicllc and lady, -We call attention to the new" allli at- .
i:. 31. Pfc: itl> i'I'Uju'h"lol. Stationery Family Medicines -
the al-o of
past -l'\ on. They request
were in town on Monday, having taacti\.c adverti-ement of :Me-r-. Mc( 'ro.r ; Garden SetJs.

returned from a trip to their landed interests those: to whom they have loaned bucketfor :: & Ewan, Real ).:'t\tl' dcaler-f at Miami: I Large Airy Rooms : Excellent Cui- ,
oysters: to plea-e] return the same tit
near Oak Hill. them. .' Fla., which appeals: in our column- this sine.This.ellknown ; CHOICE GROCERIES,

-Only eight piece of property were : wetk. They will undoubtedly meet withsucees Hou-c is flow open :1 Hay, Corn, Mapes Fertilizers.
sale-of land for -Sparkfioin:: the locomotive', one day I in thi- bu.ine-sts that -ection of
auctioned oifat the town
: : fur the reception of guets.GRAND : ,
; )
('JT"01 :\ 'I.Oltll t
well for la-t week, set on lire the mainsail of the l I ___ __
is of
taxes on Monday. Thispeaks: the Mate attracting a great deal attention -

the collector, Mr. T. W. Smith. :-loop Helena, owned by Dr. OmdorfT, I I to intendiniettler. VIEW HOTEL EAdcL'
'I f .
but Captain Joe Smith happened to notice & Co.
-(''apt. J. Q. Stewart and wife of !!! -Hierilt'Bowman returned from En- I ,
I thelIloke and extinguished the lire I
Rockledge, have been in town for a few terpri-e Tuesday with Peter Reddiek.I TITUSVILLE. FLA. '1. \..
with a bucket of water. When put out !
days the past week, he and :\Ir-. Stewart I I! Reddick carried him to the church at ----11----- TINftSHEElimXCS
it had burnt a large portion of the I i
I being the gue-ts: of our County Clerk. sail. up ; that place, under which he had buried a t The most centrally IccateJ Held l in City .

-Xext Thursday ithe day fur holding I cigar }box containing Dr. :Stewart: watch, -oNI:11' -
-Mr-. O. F. Lacey caught a inocca-in watch En- : ( ': { IUHFI.lufl.lluIIIJfrfffr'iJL')( \H.
our County Convention. Hrevard i i- a belonging to a gentleman at 'I He )I'SE. FIll>Tl'LIS:: : ,

entitled] to three the snake!' from one of our wharves la-t week terpri-e and a. few :-mall articles of slight -" Tin
delt'gatesII1On: i IVIKY: IJI>PICT. ; of
The ]book had
with a hook and line.
1 throng that will be present at St.ugus- I value. Mr. Stewart has locovered his Open all the round. Table Vnurpa | Vim 1 '.
tine. !some bait on it at the time, as-he: wasf I watch and Mr. Williams his kevsMr. i year
f fishing; for chub This is the first time ::,ed. Dath Rooms Free.
i !' Galvanized Work Repairimof! alllm S.I S.s.I
E. L. has leased the l lot
-The county sale of ]land for taxes occurred we have ever heard of a snake biting at Halt's. 8_.:)O X $a.oo IlDail. _
at the] corner of Main stuet and Washington i .
Monday, and was notably l remark spjxiAL JTJ1)r.1 AVI.KK. i
a hook and line. The snake wa: hauled I I
i Uiirr.
I.ocattion tlSTM: near
and will :
able for the number of parcel bid to the out and killed. avenue immediately .T. A. MILLER, Proprietor. 4iI

iftate. The market value of tax salecems 11 I erect a large building, to be u-eel a* a

be low* The Methodi-t Episcopal: Sunday. I I -tore, i.i>> feet in depth and over 2.-> feet I
to at '
very present. :school was formed at this place on Sunday ; BOBBINS & GRAHAM
I front on Washington avenue. Me:'- ,
-Lieut. Purascll has on to New 'I
gone H.
before last with Mr. S. Ray as .
I China and Larkins have the work in
York to spend the summer, and will be! The ground has been '. ,
superintendent. charge, and the building will be com- I '.. -
followed in a few days by Sergeant Da.1 is I
:selected mid it confidently expectedthat
pleted] in about three week*. The -
vis. Thus Mr Her-ey will be quite alone:. \ an edifice will be erected thereonshortlv. tore occupied by -Mr. Brady] has present been REAL ESTATE BROKERS & LOAN AGENTS

in the Signal Service office, so to speak,. I I The new un achool numbers I bv MesrOliver &
J purcha-cd : Budge ;

-A fellow named Carlton was arrested ''.') members. also: the remainder ot the time of the --, -- .-

last Friday for using obscene languageand I." -The:Sophie Frey returned from down I lea'l'Ie. r*. Oliver Ac Budge will also i iI

misbehavior, and in default of paying the river Sunday, and loaded, Monday, erect a store-house in the rear of this I LANDS BOUGHT AND SOLD.

$3: and costs was sentenced to ten with provisions and groceries for Can- I building, mIll as :soon as Mr. Brady can Loans cent.
occupy his new store will remove their Negotiated on First Class Security at from 12 to 24 per
days. work on the public road by President town, near St. Lucie. While the Sophiewas stock of goods to their new purchase.The .

Ray, acting lent.Miss landing at Cocoa a few days ago she completion of the new building] by Choice lots in rapidly gro11"ing TOWJlwill: net investor* ]lt' 0 Iltr

Thurmond and MissVilkin l sprung her bowsprit: somewhat by run Mr. Brady will present a solid front of I cent. in twelve months.:
I business houses at.this part of town. !I Residence lotin: Titu-vilk: from $2U up to SlKH( (
the dock. No material
i iI
son, of Rockledge, started North on i.I ning up again JJuiinlots from S2of to 8.jf.lO.

Monday, for \"irginiaIi:5s Thurmond' damage: w as done. i
I, Money Money Money '!

present home and Miss Wilkinson's former I -We call attention to the card of Mr. I ---- I Agents for Florida Southern Railway Lands.

residence.r. Charles T. Verbeke j T. II Sanders, who is Ju-tice of the TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE, !
them far Jacksonville.A :
accompanied as as
Peace for the 13th district: to be found
I j In sums to suit, for one, two or three'I More than :J.ooO.OtOfl'( ) :' of Choice I..a1llIlo'ntet1: in nearly] every

colored man named George Harrison among the professional cardThe section i i years, at 12 per cent. county in the State, suitable for Farming. Grazing; Fruit and Vegetable'vlress

was arrested Monday bv Deputy Mr Sanders resides in seldom has to i i ROBBINS & GRAHAM. TITUSVILLE. nrowing-P! lll', ( and Cedar Timber, price SI per Acre and
call the services of a Justice, but :
Quincy for robbing Alex. Foster of about I upon upward-:

.$00 worth of goods from his house, near 1 when the emergency comes forward he I ART GALLER"Y P. O. P.oxJoO Titurville, Florida.A. .

the Haulovcr. At the time he was arrested i! will be found ready to act. ( INDIAN RIVER I

he was working at the Grand View J! -It i-i said that Me-( rs. Beach & Miller i

j j are building a very light; drl steamboat, i PICKEXS TrilXEK .

-Hon. II. S. William-, accompaniedby I I to be called the Bes-ie: Tysen, which will i Photographer, I Clerk Circuit Court. Atty.. at Law. )1. 1)

his mother, Mrs. Williams, also Mrs runfn Daytona to Jupiter, two trijs I- now prepared to do anything in the

Brown and Mrs. 'hitlH.thc ladies ( per week, connecting with theteamer I Picture line. : BREVARD ABSTRACT OF TITLE COMPANY.

having I'cnt j several months at Rock- Governor Saftbrd, which they will run as Views on Ea-t Coa-t: and Indian Rivera

ledge-started on their return home i an outside boat from Daytona to Jack- :Specialty. Complete AIistracK of Title furiiMictl to all IsimN In ljre"

Monday. )Ir. Williams went :\- far a- 1-omille.: The new }boat, it is aid, will ,. Has the only Authorized PiioTtMtUAPH and count, Florida.

Jacksonville.Mr. draw but 1 inches of water with tower- -
that has ever been mattedurii; their Titles Examined and Perfected.
J. I). Fbrsyth, of London, Canada :'fun machinery. : travel.. Orders l-' mail receive prompt :

who has been stopping Hotel Indian : -Mr. Meyerthe engineer who ha- : attention. 4QOmo.D ; Box 250, Titusville, Fla.

River this winter, started for Wau- : ; --- --
becn a:"-:ting : -Morten and Foster

k'sllaris., Monday, where he will in setting up their machinery fir the :. WE CALL THE ATTENTIONOf
ON'T }a: rrilVIl HY :
stay at the Fountain Spring Hoti-e, which. ice f fmi-hed their work ,
i. factory, having n"noes n the: N rti ive-tj-ing to pay larges the people of Indian laver JomK.
to stock of
is :t popular hou-e at that fashionable : I l'rJ" fiir lliuts 1nraud s>/kiiis. l.ut sell yourgUod3 our
is i now erecting a wind mill and putting ; which
: we are offering at clo-e
at home 1 or highest price fLip them to very margin.
summer resort down pipe for :-ub-irri.ration on the orange We make a specialty i of
; C. E. PONTIER & Co.
-A fal-ealarm of fire: was rung on Friday :, grove owned by Mr. Fro-chcr. at ,
Ori.iuiln, 1 la.. box 3'17 : 01 TaiujM F la.,
evening, and a< a result the tire lad 1 LaGranse. Once thus -\":'otem of irrigating -i box SO. : Groceries Grain and Flour

dies were running to and fro with buckets ; i is introduced here, we think a number WANTEI To BUY Hay ,
I (1110X) 4)) Green, Salted ,
and ladders attempting to t find the of our orange growers will not be

flames, but the scare wa-s soon o\er. The I' slow in following the example.! By tin ALLIGATOR SKINS. On which \u wan give -l'l'cial inducements. We carry a large stock of

alarm seems to have been started from a''. method an orange grove can be supplied HERON PLUMES ;; GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS, BOOTS AND SHOES, HATS AND CAPS ETC.

large bonfire which was burning near J with water during the longest drouth. : AND BIRD SKINS OF ALL KINDS to
Which we are offering at low figure Tho-e will find it greatly
i bought in pea-fin Quotations: *> >ut on application.Reference needinghoes:
the ]laundry building in the evening.The )Ir.Ie'ers and his brother will probably I.
i their interest
,i :-First :National IUnV of Tampa For to give us a call as we are selling shoes very low.
lire alarm should] not be sounded unless follow this business.the demand is 'I timber information call ou or address C. E. i i AN'e will be pleased to priceat time.
TuS TILU & CO Orlando. Fla. Box 3J7:: : quote any
there is a cause for it. 1 sufficient to warrant it. or Taiupa'' Fla. Dux