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 17, 1888


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


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

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


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11 VOL.: IX. TITUSVILLE, -FLA., THURSDAY, MAY 17, 1888.- NO. -l.-C I

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proceedings-I of.Ih- ;'oiinty. ;'ommi..ioriCI tine for bids for cutting and making a : Tilliiiau. I the people do their duty that grand old Worth back to the fresh: water anti !> -

MAY hCVKXTJI.The road, I beginning on the north at the south ; Mr. Corbet made rather a failure of'l I Hrevard will come victorious, with traveling north along the hint

Hoard MONDAY convened, pursuant to adjournment I, end of the Malabar and Goat creek road his tomatoes. Too much wind. ,,1 banners: flying. House up, ladies and I Parties were soon organi/ed: :\t1l11y cutting ,

with the following members I I I and running over the most practicable I Mr. :Storesis: i picking out the rich gentlemen, ancl'work, and we will make :; and bll'k.t rin:1t; Mr. F. Demey- r'I

: lies, ..r-. Morrowchairman, and ,!j route to St. Lucie post office. Road to muck on his land. That i iright; nothing this river the grandest winter resort of i trail, they succeeded stopping the fire .

present McMillan, Carter and Paine, I i be 10 feet wide; trees to be cut out and helps our sandy' land like muck.'J'!I the world, and the happy homes of I at that place by night. Some parties* r.

:Anders saw' palmetto rootcut below the bud. i ij thousands. I north of this trail not knowing of theparty .
with A A. Stewart, clerk, :tUl.J. E. Howi I i Mr. Hoerbacher is making extensive i iimprovements
j Adjourned until the first Monday in MlKAlHX at work, began baek-firingon their "
the the head of the north !
sheriff, whereupon following at
gum June 1 15x$,
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own account, but learned !
as soon as they _
business' was had, to-wit ; i ------ -- fork of Turkey Creek, adjoining the ; take Worth.Ham. .
that the main fire had been checked
So. I-1J1tprl'I. L. Jaulden, who Obituary. Inner homestead.Mr. : )
I i I they extinguished: their own t fires and no
no! api ointed expert to examine and report With sorrow we have to record the Weed iaKo busy at work increaing : And enough P
damage was done by them except to
on the tax book, ha declined to I, death of one of the oldest inhabitant his muck pile, and Mr. Idner
i j To put out the fire.Mis. I scare the working party a little. The
accept on account of ill health, 1/iufjim', Indian River, )Iro. C. A. E'erett.hc:: will try it next week if he don't get his I.

licit resolved! that the Hoard appoint .\. j died on the 10th inst, at the home of her peg 1 leg :stuck in the mull.dlr. '! Marsh left for the north April2id. I main fire burned about seven or eightacres i
I : for Capt. ( ). S Porter, and quite apiece f f
Brady in place of I). L. (.Jaulden.yy : daughter, Irr.. II. Sharpe, at City
Fred MacComber
was expected to i I of timber oil' )Ir. I.. Hillhotisc'* :1
2 Ordered that the petition of T. !; Point. Her son' Judge Perham. of Quit- come'back from hi- home in Boston this i SheritrO'Xeill'nme in from Miami on homestead but otherwise did damage

H binders M. S. Suns and others for a I man, ( ;la., came to00' her on learningthat i sprint[ but concluded to stay until fall the 1st.Mis. I except; to unoccupied The !

public road in precinct No. l.'Jbc grantedand : she had been stricken with partial and then bring his family. E. Heyser and sons left for Georgia tire
I wa- watched, until the rain came on
that M S. :; tin-, ThoII.. Sanders j paraly-is.: She wain her eightieth year on the 7th. .
I The gardenerhere are about through I the 7th, for fear of itagain breaking
and Jalma apham lie appointed com- ,:, and had lived on Indian River fifteen 1-
all the Northernisitorshave
:hipping and are now laying planfor Nearly out. It i is reported that one of the working -
mi.:sinner: to mark, view and lay out said : years. She (enjoyed living here, and hadi I home.
next seaon'crops.. Prices have been, gone party got sc) excited in fighting the
and report same to this Hoard with fine health to her final ickne s. She l
road -
up very good, and there has been considerate c Capt. M N. Dimick'lturJCll from :\1i-1 i fire that he lost his :set of false teeth ;
description without to I w'a-t well preserved: for one of her r
expense age
proper new land cleared for trucking. ami May 2i;>th. I i but this iotJ)(' only known casualty tij ,
the county. !I was genial and happy and spent her lite I P r
Ait has been some time since there : The Bessie H arrived from Jacksonville i i to the time of writing.What 1
Xo. :i-Ordeied h that the Hoard: form in making others :so. Her many friends
I la- been from this neck of the 4th. I will Northern if
any news on people say told
themselves into a Hoard of Health for will mis- her plea-ant face and kindly

p.revard county with Doctors H. H. Wil- offices. The entire community came to wood and a- we are having glorious rains M5s> Lid.i and )Ir. Brown arrived that pumpkin vines live and bear !here, I t

low it has raised our drooping spirits -o home the Bessie you might !say I'l'rpt'tualy.llout a
!Ion antI Hughlctt, and that Dr. Wil-on her burial to express their sympathy for on : H.
much we have concluded to sling a )little or so ago I mentioned a vine\ on the !
be delegated to go to the sanitary meet the bereaved family. The Illinois came in on the 2nd and
nk at place of Mr. lima. Moore which had
ing to be held in Orlando on the 10th dayof WM. A. SIMMONS.L.iCiirHii I you. the Hon Ton on the "rd.Mae :
I lived and bore for two and
----- Nearly all the nativehere.iliout- were over years,
the Board the of
May paying
expense Porter has gone north to attend
the <> School. at the regatta and enjoyed the good time to day I have eaten pumpkinfrom that
same.No. school again this summer.Hcv. .
.Ordered that ])OIl:1m Jones anti District i School No. 1, of LaG;range, except )[r. bluer, who was on the judges' one \ lw. The'Ctl was planted in the
M Iley-er has rented his homestead fall of 1$S.-", and it liegan blooming that
his wife, paupers, be allowed $7.40 to de- closed' the year'work on May llth, tand. By the way, that is a big name ;
place to Mr. Plunkett.Mr. winter and has t'\lIItinul'd in
fray expenses Tavares, and that James I for the miserable platform on that dazzling bearingcvcr
Win. H. Henedict and left I since, having produced !."0
Cowman, sJicnn, draw said amount and The following arc the name-of the OI11II-no seats: no :-.huk'-it is a family probably, :
hame for the people there that the judges for the north on the Mary B. pumpkins that time, and though it '
prod them over on the railroad. "Star" and Boll of Honor" pupil- for ;

No. Ordered that E. S. Quinby bo each month of the scholastic \ear. The could not have had a more comfortable Porter & Potterold ten acreon the has MI tiered severely by the past dry :'

relieved the following assessments: : : on ''Star" scholarbeing perfect- in recitation place. To stand there in the sun for five west-ide, opposite the inlet, for :?:VK weather, it is still alive and ha- four ripe

hours is no enjoyment surely. last week. and five green pumpkins on it, by actual .
Uxhook for ISS7, a-it appears as doubly and deportment, and those on the
count, to-dav. Thi.i i is :
assessed : Herman Jury, lot 14, block 27, "Holl of Honor" perfect in attendance Planting. sweet potatoes: i- now in full The Cocoanut Grove Hotel reports the I no "Georgia }
but actual I fil'to)1 ("hao. 1 +
: story, r.
t .\urantia; U. K. Bliss, Volu-ia: deed book punctuality. hlast.Ir.: Inner has the finest patch of past :season a- the best since the housewas '
Moore is dead, but his widow, )[r-l. Eliz
J B, page; I Xli(;; Julia Allen, lot47 to M, XOVJMHIR.: strawberries ever :seen on the river, and : first: opened. Inv .
abeth Moore, is still 1 living on the place
block, 27; Win. F. Moince, lots "1 to ;,0( "Star," Coleman .Mendel. strawberry :shortcake io: a common dish Hrel-ford Bro report more business and she will take pleasure in !
Mock 25::; Joseph Dumbarvan: lots 45 to HuH of Honor," John Carlisle, Carrie here. He has a fine lot of Iri-h potatoes: during the past than time in
year any anyone the vine, which she considers
:*.;, block 2<; Chas. II. Clayton; lot 18, Fiosfher, Jerome Feaster, Tony Fisher, low nearly in bloom planted in April. the past six year of her mostaluable >etsShe: has one 4 ''
j another
(block 2!* Win G. Hooker, Iot-2.:>, 2.i and Coleman: his: grape vines: plum treeand flowers
The Lilian B. came :in from the H_. I. vine of the same Indian pumpkin
:17! ; Mr*. Deshuisy, lots :'J2: 34, W: ;, 8.'', 40, DICKMBIK. ire growing :Some: day he will t
on April 24th and left again for Tituville variety which is now in full In-aring, the
42!, 44, 4(5( block 27, amounting in all to stir," Coleman Mendel. Jerome have the most beautiful and valuable
May 1st. seed of which was planted in the fall of
$!>.W. Feaster, MycrFrocher.. place in all this section. A few clays ago !l
Foz/ard down from Jacksonville IS, 1 ii. Connecticut pumpkins are at a
No. 0-Ordered that the following persons Poll of Honor," Canie Fio-cher, he had an orchid in bloom (JhtHlwbhnnyoltilt 'apt. came -

be appointed road c.tlmmiioncrs for Myer- Fro chl'r, .Joe Fisher, Jannie *) that was six inches across: a I with the Emily !>., with a cargo di-count in this part of the tropics.

precinct No. la, Jalma Iapham in place Johnson, Herttie .Johnson: Coleman Mendel beautiful pearly lilac color with yellow I of furniture for Mr. 11. 11. McCormick. -- --- SAM.

uf Tho<. Sanders, resigned; and Reuben Carrie Mendel, GcrtrulleIendel.. center, very fragrant and rare, grown entirely The Heron came in from Miami May One of the rumor- going the rounds

(.ulton and A. A. Hcndry for precinct JANUARY. out of dour- for a year. He has: 1st with Capt. Geo Porter in charge and to the effect that Mr. T. H. Townsof the

No. S.No.. Star: ," Jerome Feaster, Berttie John- another rare plant of the orchid familynow County Assessor A. F. Quimby as cabin J. T. & K. W., will shortly IK married to

Ordered that John Houston,' :-on. making a wonderful growth ( VanillaAroMafHti passenger. one of the most charming hl'lloof Athens -
: Georgia.
John :McAlli-ter and A. II. Hodgson be "Holl of Honor," Carrie Froscher, ) the Vanilla bean of commerce. MiNellie and )Iao.ter'illie Gale --- -;-- ---- ---

appointed road commissioner-: precinct Frez/ie Feaster, Tony Fisher, Jerome To tell of all time rare plants he has would are both sick, much to the regret of their no..'.

No. ;'. Feaster, .Fannie Johnson, Hcrttie John take too munch *: pace.A many young friends who hope for their let that cold of yours run on. You thinkit
is a light thing Hut it innsrun into
No. Ordered that C. J. Schoonmaker son. heavy forest fire has been raging between speedy recovery.Mr. .
catarrh, or pneumonia, or consumption. i
lie allowed a rebate on amount paid riiurAKY."Star Crane and Turkey creeks, and on A. M Iley-er rejoicing over his Catarrh is disgusting, pneumonia is dangerous -

ou his countslicense of $10 for and over ," ColemanIen el. Mary Carlisle Tuesday )Ir. Idner and family had to first child, his wife having )presented him consumption death; it-elf. The

amount paid on his license.No. Herttie Johnson, Jerome Feaster. fight hard for seven hours to keep it out I with an 8-pound daughter April ;Oth.I breathing apparatus must lie kept healthy 4
and clear of all obstruction- offensive
II Ordered that the Clerk advertise *Holl of Honor," Coleman :Mendel, of their place. If some of these fire-fiends I I Con ratillation-:; are pouring in from all matter. Otherwise there i is trouble-

for healed bills to be in by the first Mary Carlisle, Herttie Johnson, Jerome could be caught down this way there ides. ahe.1(1.II the diseaseof these parts,

Monday in June for the building of one Feaster. would be some examples made of them. j jThe I head/no-e, throat, bronchial tiilies and
School closed for the season on April
bridge aero 'fen-tnilc creek and one MA HCI. destruction of property in our lungs, can lie delightfully; and entirely
II 27th. The teacher, Miss Susie Brown, cured )by the use of JJo-chee's German;
"Star," Julia Fea..tcr. State has been these
bridge Five-mile creek fires.
across according great through
will probably remain a week or so longer Syrup. If you don't know this already,
to specifications file in the Clerk's, office "Holl of Honor," James (i. Coats, Many homes have been desolate l, and before returning to her home at :City thousands and thousand- people can #

the Hoard reserving the right to reject Carrie Fro her, Julia Feaster. the labor of years wept away by these I Point. tell you They have been cured by it, I

any or all bids.Tt'1izDAV APRIL."Star forest fires, ignited by incendiaries, who I and know how it i is themselves iv>t-
.\ nine.and-a-half pound trout is the I tie only Tai centAsk
MAY KUillTH. Maggie Gruber, Jannie Johnson call themselves gentlemen. We hope, I druggist
: biggest fish vet caught out of the freshwater I
No. 10-Ordered that A. I.. Hatch, Albert Carrie Mendel, Coleman Mendel, when they are caught, they will meet ThcirUI'IIC Kooinin
Lena Mendel Gertrude Mendel CarrieFroscher I but neighbor High-mith says he Probably) no one thing has caused sucha
Matin- and U. L. Dixon be appointed with the reception they so richly merit. !
will beat the record before the summer, revival of trade all I
1!!: Carlisle Herttie Johnson general at drug; ;
road commissioners, for precinct No." >. Mary Our pine lands would have been very I '
j. 5- over or break all his line stores on Indian River as their giving
No. 11-The following bills were and-1 j I j Jerome Feaster.Julia, I Feaster. nearly as rich in humus- hammock if I I j away to their customers ofo free ly
ited and ordered paid : I I I Holl of Honor," Mary Carlisle Carrie it were not for the fire*. I Mr. Jas. Ku-sell: of St. Lucie, i- herewith trial bottles of Dr. King's New Discovery "

F John F. Hell, for criminal pros- j. Froscher, James l;. Coats, Jannie John The Sub-Tropical closed: in a blaze ofjglory his family, and will probably locatein for Consumption. Their trade is !simjdyenormous I

t eoution .............................. $H':2 00 1'! son, Julia Feaster, Jerome Feaster, this vicinity permanently. At present in this: very valuable article
and it is time for the Rl
now people
**. from the fact that it always and
H. cures
' Hay, fees as Co. Treasurer 104 7S Herttie Johnson. they are visiting Mrs. Elizabeth

! Walker, carting lumber........ 2! 00 I --- -- -- of Hrevard C'ounty to begin preparations: j Moore, :Mr. HusseH's mother.Mr. never diappointCoughs' colds, asthma 1
*|I, F. Laney, building outhouse 27 00Uhoda for the next one. Hrevard County did broncuiticrou, ), and all throat and '

Wai-teen, feedingpauper 7 00 A trick once attempted to be played well. but nothing compared to what she Ho1>Moore, who was reported as lung diseasequickly cured. You can h :

A. A. Stewart, painting;: safe... 10 00u.15. in a game of poker at Hot Springs, Ark., can do if we will all work together and I having gone north on the last trip of the test it )before buying by getting a trial

lurchficlurveytllg......... 12: r 0 was neatly defeated. It was the old Mary H. for a visit came back on her bottle free, large !size' $1. Every bottle lj
sink sectional and work for I i I II
I>. li. : prejudice !II warranted.
Wilson l
expense to Sanitary trick sticking two cards together; giving I' this only afar aJacksonville. __ __
meeting....................... 10 00 the benefit of the whole count)'. 1 ; trip, having gone 1 -- - -00 .' .
:>'. H. Hay, sundries for Court... :2 00 a placer to be fleeced the winning know parties, who had articles send to i Some of hi- friends say Hraro 1)

"'. It. hoax, resetting; glass in hand containing the double card. On I I the last Sub-Tropical, but wrote repeated i t i that Hob was homesick! but it is probable You are feeling depressed, your appetite -

m Court House....................... 1'70: |) the show down tke next highest hand I it was only the disagreeable climate. is poor, you are )bothered with headache -
I! ly for shipping tags to the one who are fidgetty, and -
Olh'l'r" you nervous generally
budge, lumber etc..c GO SO( .
claim the stakes, on the ground of a.
*'- M. I. -hl.r: repairon Court i:-liould have furnished them, but did not that caused his return. t,, out of !sort, acid want to brace up.

House doors........................ 11 00'.' misdeal to the winner. The big hand in .i receive an an-wer. Several parties also : Messrs. Lennon, Jones and Hart, of Hrace up, but not with stimulants, springmedicinesor t
F, 1 this to Denver I I bitters, which have for their
(. Hove : game was given a man.
for working public : tried hard to get copies of the county ; this place, and King-ley, of Jupiter, ba,i- and which -tim-
road from load fund.......... 100 00 The betting wa long and heavy and the i very cheap whisky,
but could be had went to Miami to see some of the Democrats i I
Walker pamphlet, none un- j ulate you for an hour, and then leave
Lean & Cog well, tor stakes ran up' into the thousand The I
blank supplies................... !i (ell Denver player discovered the thin til too late. Now they are a drug: *o far there on political business, a* re- '!' you in vvor-e condition than liefore.I .
:>'. I 111'nat want i is an aletrative that will 1j
K Rice the Lake Worth Democratic yon
chainman for-urvev i: 00'a emltuck to one of his ace, crumpledit as this season is concerned.All presentativfs -
j purify'your 1.100,1tart healthy action of
Hubert> Carlile. :i 00 in his hand, called for a glass of beer who are willing to work for the Club, and they have ju-t returned; ]; liver and kidneys, re-tore your vitality

I. P. 1). Wesson Morrow, C'o." Commis'er*. C S i HO 00 slipped the card into his mouth andswallowed i benefit of our t'otmtat the next Sub- but what success they met with has notyet : and give renewed health and strength, ;r
: it with of He
a gulp lager. !
been learned. J :Such medicine will find in Elcctrh
j Ir' F Iailcy, paupl'r............ lit 00. never winced as the card scraped his Tropical, should set apart a plot of land a you" ;

(; Howman, sheriff.............. 70 (III throat, nor lulled an eye as he reachedover for vegetable, get it in tirstclasorder, '. Call the attention of your readerto 1 Bitter store, and only Indian*u ci-nt-Hiver. bottle all'tlru6 .
'- S. Hardee, Co. Commi iccr.. i> 00nas. the table and pulled in an armful I and what wonders the numerouadvertisement- of Porter
<: i see our county can --- --- --- -
Sch l ense................................ 10 00 ; -- i produce ; and those who have ornamental 'subscribers* be good enough to note
J. to be found eattered: through
** Bowman, 10 40 plants, shrubs, etc., that are willing to are "
paupers I the time of expiration of their ouh..cription -
i i At Quincy, on Wednesday, seventy-
the of the STAR and tell them
!2- In.t/'M.., the time for the final five colored hands quit working for the j send them should keep repotting when .. account to the STAR aset forth on

settlement! by the collector of revenue Florida Tobacco, Trucking and Producing needed, to keep them in good health and that as good bargain- real estate arc the small nameandaddreslip: pasted 4

with the State: and county hayingexpired Company on account of a reductionin make them tine specimenA great offered here as there i ito be found anywhere .I upon their flew-pal''f.. or wrapj {.rs. By

on the their wageThey have been paid inthe State of Florida. reference to the printed and p pasteddip
first Monday in 1<$$ 77 of our native plants would make a
May <( (- 7-'e. day, and the company wanted many our :sub-criber-can: )},-cr\'o wlu-ther their
< per
flirt".be it resolved that the Hoard of them to work for GOc. These hands have grand show. Let the horticulturist do While some parties were clearing landon i subscription is over-run, and also how .

l ounty Commissioners extend the time i been at work on the Santa Clara plantat his best to produce fine specimens of the Capt. O. S. l' rter's we-t side homestead : long it has to run. We shall esteem it a

for final settlement until the first Monday tion. Their places have been suppliedby citrus and other fruits ; let the ladies on the 4th the fire got beyond I I favor if our readers will give this matter

in June$$S, and a new warrant be IOu women at 4ftc.' per day. There send in their needlework, painting*, and bounds while the men were at dinner, their att'ntionfill send in their all overdueor earliestconvenience.
; at
issued arc about T 0 men working on this farmat unpaid subscription
: to the collector of revenue. I $10 and rations per month, with, all things pertaining to household use, and, with the strong southeast wind then The STAR\ ?is l.GO per

l.V-Ordcred that thc l'lerk ;ldn r- I houses furnished by the company. either useful or ornamental. I know, if blowing, had soon spread from Lake annum in advance,



A LETTER FROM HONDURAS. pon the Acropolis, will attract consider'I''I the history, prices and descent of pict II J. .\. McCEORY, Atty-at-La\v. j,11'. E'r.\S, Nutarv PuLl:

r able attention both from the ures. But why cannot a similar book .

Interesting I'aci Concerning the Ilanana. workmanship and the material of whichit I be gotten up here at home, where so

A Tricky Trader-The I'lanter'tt Ixios. is made. .It appears to be the head of j many important sales have taken place I McCRORY & EWAN

The inhabitant of the north, who lives I a triton, the rest of the body in the formof recently and others will be occurring at I ,

within easy: reach of Kit-amers and railways a serpent, ending in the tail of a fish, intervals? According; even to foreign ,

' can buy his bananas and other I having been found a few days before j authorities who have come hither to examine -I'

tropical fruit while the thermometer is near the same place.-London Athena ; into the matter, much of the ,,

f-omewhere down in the thinks and( he um. choicest modern work is owned in this :

may have a faint longing to be somewhere country. i Biscayne Bay Real Estate
down south, where "the citron A Relic of tCln'wall. :Nowhere outside their own country are i

blooms" and where ho may imaginethat A gentleman; living at BuckinghamCourt : I i the modern French masters better represented -

the f.k'must be forever blue. But hone Va., prefrvoas a highly] and some like Millet, are even I

far from it; here, as elsewhere. there is I prized rt'lie of Stonewall Jackson sleeve I better represented here today than in !

always some detrimental element upsetting I that was cut from the Confederate lend- France. In modern Dutch work, too, .A.G-ENCY.

one's agricultural expectations: t'r'< c.ut !t.y his surirconwlvn he WlSbhot. this country 15 quite well oil. especially I

and the bananas, in spite or perhaps be- .-New York World.I'r'nciple New York, where some of the best examples -

cause of the luxuriant and speedy growth : I! of Mesdag; )Iari Mauve and ,
of Inornl-.itinn.
of the plant, is the first to suffer from : others are f'und. As these are liable to ZNIiami, .Dado County, Florida, t
Professor I:. Lankesler.
the heavy storms that sweep down over Ray lecturing change hands: any day a history of their 1
the for Life"at the London
the mountains or along the coast. Whole on Struggle value and experience, together with that I
institution, said tltat a considerable nuin- I Have Valuable Lands for !ale Frlntingon Bisfnyne Bay. 2.:0fH.O: .. '
banana fields are thrown to the ground of the work of our own lending artists :H'r '' i, r ...I.
by one severe gale: the plant has not her of the au):.t fatal dL-en>e> in man would bc:: quite in order alxnt this time.Bviston Dade County at prices ran zing: fn.m nth.",0< to'er acre% fun-ash mll1ll time '"

what might be termed a trunk; from the II oxen avid sheep were due to Pl' :--tlHOUS Advertiser.IIov. .

comparative slender root shoot up the I matter produced in the bl
known ns kieteiia. When this IK KOU Splendid Sites for Hotels and Winter Residences Overlooking the
leaves and stem which, top heavy and to 1'n'S'fIct. Bay and ocean

fruit laden, is bending the tree by its I got into the system, the duty of the I, Ice can LiO secured that it will tot t t
corpuscles was to for it. and they tt
own weight, and if felled to the groundby go proceeded lose; 2:i per c,':.t. rf its weight; i'i: six day: .% tt
much could but
to eat as as they ;
a storm it rises no more. I even in a room the temperature u t which
sometimes they could not attack it at all. ,
This is, however, not the only misfortune I gas is 80 ile:';s. This can IKdoi.e: l>y phirim: ,
The bacteria too much for them
to which the planter must submit. I the piece of ice in a U;.:. and then in a
Even if he is lucky enough to escape the I with the result that the bacteria grew, box containing enougli: barley chair to Government Lands Surveyed and Located for Settlers. t ti
and have his bananas and very soon proved fatal to the bodyin ti
devastating storms surround it with a layer live or six inches
which it existed. ;
attain the necessary state of maturity, I thick.-G Globe-Democrat. tI i
The however he educated
he is then at the mercy of an occasional
to deal) with the bacteria and the
and- his I
steamer to come buy product. LOVE'S HYPOCRISY. I
future of preventive medicines would be ,
fruits not like and
Tropical are apples
the education of Taxes paid fot noii-rtside'tits tiths i investigated and alMmrN furnMutl short ,
the white blood tin
cor- "' ntt.;
pears, which may be preserved for I Her lips said, "Go; her shining eye saiJ j "Stay;
months; here almost every kind of fruit puscles. The fact that one man, by constant I How tell which was her meaning:, which her of any lands in Dade county, n>* we have a I,

Use, could without injury take a I! will
must be cut before it is fully ripe; bananas -
dose of arsenic that would kill six ordinary j I How read the riddle of her yea and nay,
t are cut when they are "three- men was due to the fact that he : And tl-sentauule: each beuildertd still* of Titles of the Public
Abstract Records
full and the Complete
quarters during summer Hearing her chilling tone, all hoi>e expired:
even less, to insure their safe arrival had by weakened doses been educating Seeing her glowing eye, desi pair took heart;

after voyage of ten or twelve days. and training the white corpuscles. They i' One moment certain of the goat desired; .
could be taught to eat and flourish under One moment turning, hopeless, to depart.
Strange as it may seem, bananas left to conditions which, if not commenced j Then, as she stood, with half averted face, of the County and keep posted from day to day. Deeds, Mortgages and other instruments t
ripen on the stem are tasteless; they would From head to feet veiled from his ardent eyes, of writing: carefully drawn up by us and atknowledments taken before us thendesfred. i
must always be cut before they are fully gradually, be destructive to them, j Sudden she: changed, and with triumphant grace Call on or address us by letter for any information concerninglands: l cn Fir
ripe, only what is exported is often too and that was the principle at the base of I Flung off the mantle of her soul's disguise! cayne Bay or in the county
protective inoculation. As a preventiveof j Sweet hypocrite! how false was all her feigning. :
young and too green to develop the delicious -
Turning fur flight while she turned, remain-
flavor which they have here. many fatal diseases in sheep and oxen, jet
inoculation had been remarkably success I -lug. ::1 IMcCrory & l ,Yall.
When a steamer arrives in these tropic -- -- ----
ful. The corpuscles first received a weak- I Passenger Department.
ports where bananas are cultivated, the
ened breed or disease by inoculation, and
agent or captain gives out tickets or orders I
thus when a violent attack came they I DeBARY & PEOPLE'S LINESTEANEB..S.
4 to the various fruit growers to cut
were ready to receive and dispose of it. EXCELSIOR ORANGE
" so many bunches, each cluster to be of FOOD
This education :
corpuscles, it seemed
frI the prescribed height-"seven hands up"
: ,
, bananas to him, was the explanation of the success !
-which of
means so many layers
overlying each other. There are of vaccination. They received a : 7J" z A NEW FERTILIZER
i weak dose of the :
poison from the vaccine -
tall and little there bunches
men, so are
I and in I for the Orange and containing the several elements
J were that way prepared fora t Prepared especially necessary
of bananas, but a little man may be a
dose in the of to sustain plant life viz :
stronger way smallpox. ,
man for all that, not so the bunches of

I bananas, the small ones are counted two, He believed the white corpuscles could I I'I .....-: PHOSPHORIC ACID, POTASH, CALCIUM, AZOTE.
be trained to receive the most: virulent -.0
or even three for one. At a stated hour 'I This Fertilizer has been after of PROF. 0. DEG. BEKTOLA
poisons, and he hoped this training would : produced years study by ,
of the day, or more frequently of the be carried on so as to deal with a great I: City of Jacksonville, as being far superior to any high grade fertilizer on the market, and it is sold
night, the steamer is anchored out in the about one-third less in It is made in two :No. 1
number of diseases.-New York Post. CAPTAIN w. A. SHAW. at price. grades. w a preventive
bay, and at the peril of his lifo each of root rot, and also destroys white ants and wood lice.

planter carries out his fruit in his small Daily tromJat'ksollyillcexcrptSatunlay.I,I No. 2 does not contain this specific.
of Old X
boat or dory, to meet vith bitter disappointment Age an gl'n. I For and further information address
I-I. B. Plant I prices ,
The old time colored people in the
for often only one-half, ,
very I O. DeG. ISCRTOLi, Enterprise, Fla.
perhaps less of his fruit will be acceptedand south those who were slaves, have no | CAPT. I. C. HALL, 7 or JAS. McCOMB, JR., Titus'iI1r'la.
other method of reckoning dates occurrences I
paid for, although it was all con- ,
-- -- -- - -
tracted for, but it is so easy to find some and especially births and mar- I Daily from Sanford except Sunday. MtEfrt-

fault, and as there is no way of preserving I riages, than to refer them by association I:1 ON ST. JOHN'S RIVER. I Ii I 6EyEe' 6 '

the bananas, and no other steamer to events that happened about the same i 1

due for a week or a fortnight, there is no I time, and it is quite common to get from Schedule....liny 2U. 1SS7. I i "_

choice and no time for the planter; either them answers about like the following:
he takes what he can get or he throwshis How old are you, Aunt Milly?" MH'TH.LC'."... I.ANLiINi.s. SOKTH.AmveiM I .. "

bananas overboard, and the tide of "Wall, chile, I know you hearn tell of : : : > i> m .Jjck'-onulle *':30 a Dli .'"" <>; .. -
der fust in Norf ? i 7: '0pm Tocm Leae.i'.Ofjpm .. .. '' ,
yarthquake Caliny '" ... '
the early morning washes the refused I \1!" :.I <. .. ,. .
I'alatla l'-0am: ... I9f '- -
Wall I size den .. I 1> "'" .
bunches ashore like so many bodies aftera wus a right smart gal f I-.0 p m RoHrston 11:-:0 l' Dli '"'''''''''''' ;;';-0 '" "- _'" '
slaughter. an' could spin an' weave my ten cuts a i 1:00 pm. Welaka 10:10 p m This represents n healthy life. Jnstanchalife!' an they enjoy
I Throughout its various scenes. Who use the Mnith's Bile Beans.
for ole missus. Dat's how ole 12.<>0 m il t. Georgetown l :10pni
One often reads in books of travel that day my I '
Volusia ?:1a mOam'
: a m p Smith' BILE BEANS pnrify the blood, by acting
the banana is the staple article of food of I is. 1 -.':: Astor 7:10pm directly and promptly ou the Liver Nkln and KldThe original Pnotomph.
the inhabitants of the tropics, but this is "How old are you, Uncle Bob 4:4'. i, 5-Oam! :Line spring 4:15 p uij Las no equal In medical pent on receipt of lOc.toM.
"How ole I is? Lemme see, know science. Thej'cnre! a mistake; on the contrary, they warthe you j I I Arme. I lion, malaria, and Dyspepsia, and are a safeguard stem dddres1aILE HEASS,
foreigners from indulging: too muchin I der time der stair fell well, dat's der year StiOam Enterprise 230pm against all forms of fevers, chills and fever, gall atone, St. Lool Mo.
this species of fruit which they never Miss Mary died an' ole massy gib my ole !>::1I'13IU< Sanford. City Wharf 1::,0 putt I and BrI bt'8 dlMcaae.' Send 4 cents* postage for a ...anaI -
'ooman of1iss .:$O a m Sanford, S. F. It. L'. 1-45 p m pie package and teat the TRUTH of what we nay. Price, 25 tents per bottle,
cat themselves, except cooked like potatoes one Mary's Sunday I mailed to any address, postpaid. DOSE ONE E.Sold by drnggUU.r. .

while the banana is yet green. It dresses, an' she ware'd it waitin' on der CoNNFrnoNs Tocni with St. Johns Railroad; :x1. saxxrrxac <*> GO., rjioruiEToiw ST.. :XIOTTXS!! axo*_
Is: the plantain which, throughout; the comp'ny der next year when ole massa at Palatka with Florida Southern Railway;at Holies I -
1 ton with St. John's and Halifax River Railroad,
West Indies and the mainland of Central brought he's secon' wife home from at Astor with St Jolins and Lake Eustis Railway; TROPICALAND SUB-TROPICAL FRUITS AND FLOWERS.

and South America, takes the place of Georgy-an' bress de Lawd! she wur I at DeLand Landing with DeLand and St. Johns

bread and potatoes. It belongs to the purty." Railroad; at Line Spring with B. S., O. C. and A. Egyptian Queen Pine Slips.
Railway; at Enterprise with A. C., St. J. & I. R.
same family as the "?\ usa L./'but it can- "But, Uncle Bob, I am no wiser thanI Railroad, for Titnsville; at Sanford with trains of
not be eaten raw; it is cooked r jaj>ted or was before; you haven't told me how the S. r. Railroad for Tampa; at Tampa with the INDI-L LllSr RIVER URSERIl] S.
old are." steamer :MARGARET of the Plant Steamship Line,
like Cantini in you
potatoes.-lsaLd .'\ for Points on Tampa Bay and Manatee River; also Cow Peas $1.75; bu>Ilel.
Home Journal.A \ when dem tings happen wut Iwas with the Plant Steamship Line steamships per

a tellin' you 'bout, my ol'est gal, | OLIVETTE and MAsCOTTE for Key West and CATALOGUE MAILED FREE. TERMS CASH.
or11allJlI.. I Lindy 'bout der massa'snew I I Havana f"t'ryIonday and Thursday, arriving athey
ramtly \\a same as
age West Tuesday and Friday, and Havana Wednesday JOHN 15. BEACH Indian Kivcr Nurseries East Melbourne, Fla.
The mart of old did not suffer rnora wife, an' me an' her daddy was |: and Saturday. I Returning leaves Havana ,

than some peoplt? we have all known for chillun together, in Georgy, same time I every; Wednesday and Sttnrday.: I--- -- --

the sake of npearmC'eA largo iamily, Gin'nl Lafayette came ter 'Gusty an' der C HALE.General Line Opened for the Season. I THE SLOOP AONESIcommanded ;
Passenger Agent. leBary I
poor and proud, living in a good house sogers all turn out an' beat der drums (' W. M DAVIDSON. : l A man who i is interested in his own !

and fashionable neighborhood had their and shoot off der big canyuns. Oh golly! i, General Traffic Agent, People's Line. welfare will be pleased to know that i by

reception days, and all through the cold I specs I'se nigh onter a hundred.- I! CAPTAIN JOHN McLEAX

winter never had a fire in the furnace Youth's Companion. |I \ C. ANDREW GIBSON I Makes regular trips on Indian niTer.
excepting on those days. At other times State of Florida 1 SHE CARRIES A FULL SUPPLY Of
the finest to be found in
Keep oysters
A Land Ever of Dade.
roor. j
the family crowded into a small sitting Count ) I Goods

room on the second floor for warmth and India is fearfully poor today, and I find | Take notice that six month after the Titusville, j GroceriesDry

comfort, if they were not in the gay internal evidence that it has ever been so. : (late hereof I will present to the Count Canned Goods

1 world. The paterfamilias of this estab- There has ever been the few who coined l UtIJe of Dade County my final accounts AXI SERVED IX STYLE TO SUIT: PATRONS and Shoes,
Hats Boots
I meat had his cham ocr in the fourth gold out of muscle and crystallized sweat i and vouchers a* Executrix of Charles I ,

story of the house, to which he always into gems. The few here was perhaps i! Moore, late of Dade} County, deceased, Plain and Fancy Cake made to order. Ladies' Shoes i in great variety;Prints all

retired after the 0 o'clock dinner and smaller than in any other country. It and ask for my final di i chare: as such Baler's Bread always on hand. : new patterns at low IJrices.Readymade .

there worked till midnight. He once built its palaces and tombs of wondrous executrix. November ICth, 1887. I ArwXOTIOXS.
Also fir t-class Barber attached. ( Toilet
a > shop Milt
said that he had earned 100,000 in his beauty, but there is absolutely no sort of ELIZABETH J. MOORE, ,

profession as a lawyer, which his family monument of past people or masses. Executrix of Last Will and Testamentof Mals at all hours; from 5 a. m. to 11 p. m. .
had His at the time These have ever lived in their Charles Moore. Deceased. :32-Cm I Parties riesirng to leave on morning mail
spent. sons were squalor : boats and hacks will please note this. K "For the cash only 45J

doing fairly well. It would answer for mud houses melting under a summer March 15,48 6m. _____
them to work and help maintain the rain; their little accumulations vanishingin \OTICE.i PIONEER COOPERAGE :

family l but the daughters would considerit : the smoke of their poor funeral files.j ;i In Circuit Court of the Seventh Judicial ; C. II. SCOTT,

a disgrace to earn a penny, although j' Oppression has so sunken into their \ Circuit of Florida, County, 'I Syrup Barrels $2.25. KASTEKN

they are all accomplished. Said one of natures that they have no conception of In Chancery, A. I). 1SSS. Gauged to order. ten cents extra. SALOO>.

these fair maids: anything else. If eels were half as fond ; ELLA A. GAGE HAIll-PRESSING
j |
"Wo are a family of shams except of being skinned as these people are of : vs. }[ Bill for Divorce. Wheelwrighting and Repairing. -

poor papa.. We girls expect to marry being ground down they would wiggle i' T. C. GAGE, C. O. B. If you want a clean and ease! shave,
i ia 1 from their mud houses into the i As clean barber ever pare,
rich men. It our only escape from : frying It appearing from the affidavit of the as
; pon rt.r./' pan. Like spaniels, they delight in lick- complainant herein that the address of Honey barrels and Oval Water Breakers Just call on me at my saloon) ,

; And they have married rich men justin 1 jug the hand that smites them. the above named respondent is unknown from $2.00 up. At morning, eve, or afternoon.

; time. too. for poor old papa is dead, I There is nothing in this land to makeit and that said respondent is over the a;re Tanks I'll cut and comb your hair with grace

j? and ambitious, intriguing mamma: Ls in one of wealth, but everything to make of 21 years, it is therefore ordered that : \ To suit the contour of your face;

ill health. worn out in her battle of it the opposite. Its climate enables its i, the said respondent. T. C. Gage, do : and all kinds of COOPER WORK to orderT. To you I'll give a good shampoo,

bhams.-Brooklvn Eagle. people to live on what would be starvation plead: answer or demur to the complainants .JOHNSON, The art of which is known to few'My

elsewhere, and to clothe themselvesin bill of complaint. tiled herein on or' keenly ,
A Triton Head Ikcos-ercd. some light cloth alone. Such people before the 4th day: of.Tune. A. D. l SS. LaGrange : : Florida. scissor's: harp, my razor's clean,
-- ---- ---- --- and
The excavations on the Acropolis, at the never could be rich. They have been otherwise the !saute will be taken as con ---- \ shop i N a way neat 'II *QJ-.
articles fessed.! And it is further ordered that a HOWELL TITUS. And'evervthing I'm sure you a.
southeast anrle: of the Parthenon have able to manufacture at almost a I and the nun
suit 1leaoe
To the taste
of this order be in the
further in of nominal cost whose in copy published
resulted: a discovery the rarity Europe
highest;: importance. At a depth of made them of great value and Europe FI.omn.TAI: newspaper, published in I And now to all who patronize intent! J.'

about four meters from the present level, imagined these things were r:dies. whtie- said county, once a week for four consecutive Just come along and bring your
weeks prior to the said 4th day Pool & Billiard Room
I try ;
And I
near the new Acropolis museum, has as their very cheapness here was evidence of June A. I). 1SSS. I assure you satMV-: may
been found the bearded head of a man of the poverty of the country.-Carter H. Witness the Honorable John D. ,. Mv verv best to -- i

j of heroic size carved in porous stone Harrison: in Chicago Mail.
Broome. Judge of said court. as well as MAIN STREET I
j well preserved and retaining;: a coveringof A. A. Stewart. Clerk of said court. and Notice.To .
rich and brilliant coloring. The hair A Much Needed Hook. the seal of said court at the Court Hou-e i TITUSVILLE FLA.Sole all horn it mvj conifrn

and heart are as usual, paint('] blue and A work is soon to be published in Lon, in Titusville. Brevard county. afotesaid. prelt'Dt :llot'c0.
the fac. red. What is remarkaMe, however don called "A History of Art Sales. this :3rd day of May, A. 1). 1SSS.: Six months after date. I judge of &II

i* that the pupils of the eyes arc not I The motive of the book is to give in c.tabulatcnl :. [LS.- :\. A. STE\VART, Agent in this section for Brow x's Minor firalaccourt-and S.Jonei.Fla (! voueb''ef toUD thse aDoS pk

only painted in, but also delineated with : form lists of pictures sold, I t Clerk Circuit Court. GINSENG TOXIc-a Delightful and exhilarating form E MOOKK: tll'cu".d adJJ11D\lt of.aid t'r \.1t.&h' "

chisel. This head which fornu one of f artists. dates, prices, vendors and buyers. t i JOSK-* c$; \\"ILI.iAMs.: IJcverage. Always on draught. e..hte-y final discharge PtnsE.U as D, sia'so".

*!.** iaust ancient sculptures ever fount : The value of this book will be to preserve i' :{. Solicitors for Complainant :, Try.. it. Titnsvlile.11a." ,Jaiinir 19. 1 $S.THE .








--- OF ALL NIGHT LIFE. I person, wiio., after earning her own bread, to chat with the professional menders, :

GLIMPSES j I became the wife of a millionaire and I and of all Chinese women the mendersseem TITDSYILLE

rar11' "Anieriran" Kestaurai.l edged herself into society through various to have the pleasantest lot. BAKERY1

10 iiloodlc"" SiwnKU nue1.t charities-that snubbed a :young authorin They are wise looking old Bettys, all Wa1ington Avenue, s. H. RAY

3 o'clock we find an American ; her own house, who had gone there by of them, and sometimes they wear huge
tent fairly decorous. Between i itand invitation to read or recite The occasior horn rimmed spectacles that make them MRS. V. GAILER.Fi'ch ,

the closed cafe on the entresol we : was for a charity. The poor fellow" look like Minerva's bird. To watch them I

soon hear rival pianos issuing coin- shoes were dusty and his clothing of an planning and turning and twisting their IJrcaJ lumpy duibtrl'o Pic

SPJ melodies, and, if we went through unfashionable cut, so madam, not being garments and rags is most diverting; and Successor to J. C. Norwood and Co..
furnished rooms, we would see acquainted with literary folk, eyed the two old menders down the road here are
,ricWy a devil dance, danced humor- young man with distrust and a.klhim beginning to look upon me as an intend *j>ccial occnion; furnished(

manY, enough, too. The restaurant is one to take a back seat. Ah! who of us can ing customer from the way in which tit afioft notice. TITUSVILLE, FLA.Gen'l .

of ty the richest, as go the trappings in the forget how his eyes fairly flamed and 1m they try to further engage my attention GIVE HER A CALL.
It the incandescent light, cheeks burned when he was called for each time they display their skill. The
has. ------ --- --- -
city which is only intermittently discharged, ward to recite "Misunderstood," a genuine menders look down the sociallalder:1 I

the idea of the galvanic battery. : touching little poem of his own.- great ways at the coolie women employedon
after When conversation ebbs or the spirits of : Brooklyn Eagle. public works in the streets, but tho O. JTHardware. :EC'1'OR: ,

the guests are evidently oozing, the coolie women probably find some further

watchful guardian of the plant touches Lending Keys to fetrangrra. below to drop their superior gaze on.- and

the electric key, and instantly the immense The wiles of the criminal classes are Cor. GlobeDemocrat.Tho I I MerchandiseSTORE.

room, with all its scintillating ob- often so ingenious that I can't help believing I

jects, is ablazo like a fairy palaco. The' that if those who practice hem Economical Scotchman. I I

ihihration produced l begins with :1' were to turn their energies into other He is not a man of brilliant qualities II General Produce

chorus of awakening, long drawn "All's!' courses they would attain no small meedof but he is a man of solid ones, who can

breaks into a tempest of talk, and imme- honor and fame. Some little time only be appreciated at his true worth .

diately there are renewed orders for re- ago, for example, a burglar was caughtred when you have known him some time. MERCHANT.

freshments, and a replenishment of tho handed in a strong room, opening a He does not jump at you with demon-

frappe decanters all around. Then the safe with a key that could not have been strations of love, nor does he swear you Melbourne. Florida[

light is graded imperceptibly to its minim more perfect had it lieen supplied by the an eternal friendship; but if you know ---- ---- -

insensibly carrying the hilarity ot maker of the lock. The man, after having how to win his esteem you may rely I {
the crowd off with it into the dynamo, been convicted, was asked to say upon him thoroughly. He is a man who j Geo. E. Chase, proptl"'C e to keep

and exploded again with the same result : how he had obtained the key. pays prompt cash, but will have the

repeated and repeated until the I I 'Nothing easier," he replied.Wo value of his money. If ever you travel

night's indulgence is finished. knew who carried the key and what it with a Scotchman from Elinburgh to Ship Chandler A First-Class Stock

Meanwhile, as the hours grow on, there :: was like, to me and my pals got into the I London, you may observe that he does ,

are certain gputterings like to quarrels.I: same railway carnage with your manager not take his eyes off the country the train I I

Two obstreperous Frenchmen, at different : when he was going home one day. goes through. He looks out of the win- I
flout and Vessle kinds !
times, are thrust down the stairs, per- One of us had a bag which he couldn't dow all the time, so as not to miss a Supplies, lilocks -or-
Patent Anchors, Chains, ,
sua5 felv. Rarely does a downright fisti- I open. 'Has any gentleman a key?' ho pennyworth of the money he has paid for I Canvass, (Galvanized Wire I

cuffs occur, the garcon tells us. The asked. Your manager produced his his place. Remark to him, as you yawn I Hope, all sizes, Tenis,

tables are occupied, except two at tho I bunch, and my pal. who had wax in his: and stretchourself, that it's a long, tiring i Spruce Ladders, i

door. Near us, on one side, is: an actress palm, while appearing to open his bag, tiresome journey, and he will probably Copper Paints, ;:al's, 1-2 gal's, qt! i

from the Gomedie Francaise, enjoyinglunch j took a likeness of the key of the safe. exclaim; "Long; indeed, long! I j Spar Varnish, gal's, 1-2 sul'sqts, its. GROCERIES r
with three critics and a deputy.To There's the secret for you.''Cassell's should think so, sir; and vo it ought to before i Oils and Leads, all kllld..

disconcert eavesdroppers the conversation Saturday Journal. 17s. Cd.rI F. W DfcVOE & ID'S UEADY MIXED PAINTS, ,

is chopped up into French, Rus- I _. % know of a Scot, who. rather than In fact aej thing for Building or Sailing boats. I,

pan, English, German and Italian. Could The Season of !u"r1"th pay the toll of a bridge in Australia, Hart's; Block, !)O East Kay St., I
some of the Parisian stars listen their : It has been noted that society people takes off his coat, which he rolls and

fingers' ends would itch. On the other enjoy the season of sackcloth and ashes straps on his back, in order to swim J.'CnSOX1"11..1..1:, 11.\: i DRY OOODSNOTIONS

side, at a double table, are three young fairly well, if the sackcloth is made ac- across the stream. He is not a miser. ---- -- -- --- -- s

Spaniards, two Spanish women, and two cording to the latest fashion and the On the contrary, his generosity is well hidden & Bates' Southern Music House.

French women, the latter plainly dis- ashes are ashes of roses.-New York known in his own neighborhood. lIe is

tressed at their inability to keep pace Tribune. simply an eccentric Scot, who does not I \ (' '\
with the liquid cross fire of their com- pee why he should pay for crossing a \ I ,

panions. Frequently we hear "Antonio" river that ho can cr-o s for llothin :-
Paternal Reminiscence
to-a handsome youth, dreamy- Max O'Rell. i
appealed Col. Fred Grant and Robert Lincoln 11
eyed, though active, who is evidently the were conversing in low tones in the Fifth Distribution of t1).1:1.10.. \ \ Jt'JlS"! Ladies' A: ('hilth'l'HS.SHOES.'
host, for he is circling the empty I
Avenue hotel corridor Col. Grant pulled
. champagne bottles about the table in .1 A curious fact ill relation to the distribution I
a cigar out of his pocket and stuck it in
most lavish way. Another lad, of Morocco \ of the Eskimo is that they t
his mouth. From his trousers pocket ho
inhabit the! of the arctic
cast, small as a church mouse, and coast regions anti
The Orojit Wholesale Piano Organ
drew forth solid match box
fussy, has been crushed by Antonio so a gold t,> tho exclusion of other Indians, Depot ot tin South. 'i !i.ItCht Place to buy; .
studded with diamonds. lIe touched tho the shore cf Green- The riu-npfst tiger to buy; The latest .
often, in his fits of generosity, that be- beginning on i'laeeSobuy. '. .Ia.'uiticentttceordOmer
biggest stone with his thumb and the ;
tween his wounded vanity and his wantof land, and following the coast line ,1OOOO 1-iiinos and (Organ! placed iu south-
brains, he is dangerously irritated.At I lid of the box flew open." of that island around to the point I cram !(uuicy' since 1S0.SAvASA1r I I _

this moment two black bearded men Quite"a match box, said Lincoln. farthest north inhabited b} man. Then, I GA., Nov. 1st, 1SS7.Koom I

and two sallow women enter and take "Yes, said Col. Grant. "It was beginning on the coast on the mainland, I t for the procession. It's a long II I
to father the sultan of .
by Turkey.I
seats near the door. Instantly, like a they occnpy narrow strips on the north ony. It's! heal in Macon, and rear in II
gunpowder flash!: the two Spanish groups would not part with for the world. It !shores of Hud-on+ bay and along the /Savannah.UO; miles of wagons: containing I ErA.TS
is valuable.! Father carried for
have flared up. An old" feud! The very: it norths coast of the continent, around 40,000; I'Liuoa and Organs: sold by L. t te B. ,

women cling, while the men fire volley years. Do you carry anything that was past IJiMiring; trait, and down the north- S. M. II. since 1870.Ar t

volley at another of words. precious to your fatherl"I we!-t coast of the continent to Princenlliam's -----
upon one -
"Yes the and the '" inearn !'H (tainlr. .
was speaker
This is exactly what the Morocco warrior I \ ound. Throughout all this ii.'., a I"I" trade.1'e..Pi1 Pianos and Organs in
pulled out of his pocket an open face solid nil Southern ftat"H. Wt'hat Ut>u Am".eUCit-s. and theabot
pined for. Up he goes on to the table, immense coast hue the differentiation of a t'aii'iAiit is net m the hart" exaggerated.!
and down crash the bottles and glasses; I gold watch. languagi:: id:: very small:so th.t an Eskimo CLOTHIN
"It was given to father by mother. :and IInha'c we ever built up such animncnsetrate
he after them. Nothing bhort of a duel from t reen transported to liohring
will do. lIe rushes over to our table. said the speaker. The inscription read: strait would in a month tx able to speak J ? J5y en terprise,progressive
To Abraham Lincoln, from his loving business methods! and square dealing. We
the natives there wellas
Are we his friends? Of course we are. the language of as
wife.Fos-ter Coates' I tfpr. make our our fdcmls.c: work
he had been born there. In patrons
Will we second him? Nothing would though::
for theti, take tli"in into partnership, ns it
give us greater pleasure, unless, perhaps, striking contrast were tho numerous distinct -
Family nf's<>mh1mrf'J and Peculiarities. were, divide profits awl actually give them (.Jt'iit's Fumisliiii* (:Jooils
his fall. His card! He searches frantically I families of Indians; in the valleys of ; ,
their vorth.
It is just the same l>e sure in mental more than 4ioncif&
California and Oregon whose languagesare
but to no purpose, for one of the --
women pushes him away, and they ali matters. There are family characters so different that they could not understand Our I.::-TW C:11'i.:1l. our Si>ot Cash. ,.our lif.-time,
,1q|+'r.1: 'e, our" buyrh,7,1,1.
implore us not t.i encourage a duel, whichwe and family intelligences, as there are each other.-Science.Icmpciaire 111 la llsttlin.eemtH'i b.ryrinandtherttAe1.'j r AIXCROCKERY
family faces and family figures. Each friends: in on the grua.dluor.. 'Ihat'S a way we have.Fall .
assure them we hadn't the remotest
intention of doing. And during this individual member of the brood has his in Madagascar. ana Winter! Bargains 1 887-83
of this character
little negotiation something very singular: own variety typical but Temperance is a native virtue of the Summer Closing.Out Sale over. Warrroomi
in all its basis is less
has come to Pass, for as we look off into more or persistent, Ialla ascans. who drink water almost crowded with superb New inrtruocrets.Immensetrnrchnrevdircet .- ,

the room, behold there in the center is though any one particular trait, even the exclusively, and drunkenness is comparatively (Greater llarxain than ever from, for Fuctoiic-M.1 all and h ih

the aspiring duelist and his intended opponent most marked, may be wanting or actually a novel feature, introduced mainlyby \\ muter, !Sa7-t>S. ,
hugging; in a hysterical, tearful replaced by its exact opposite. Still, the civilizing nations who visit the and in
Not reduced prices -trt-
fne:..I Jiip, and Antonio playing a similarengagement viewing the family idiosyncrasies! as a seaports. A distillation called toaka is the poorer} li-'ter HARDWARE
whole each member is topossess mentii, but f'lIIlCc p/crsand ,
pretty sure
with the other Bah' sometimes used as a great luxury, but in
enemy. considerable number instruments. (.JrentV \ al.:e fr the!
they even full to kissing, anti then the a"ery of the city of Tananarivoo prohibition of Of our lowft>t-pri.l l In tr"r.)' nt.s this is:
two belligerent parties all wet smiles peculiarities more or less in common the sale of ardent spirits is legally en. specially true. They are Ya-tl iwpioved[ AND
with all the remainder. True Jane
now seat themselves in one group and maybe forced.-Demoreat'a Monthly.The ( and we arc proud of then:. liar I t.nloori"i e
-resume pleasantries. D. Cowen's passionate, while Emily is sulky; Dick such bargains fIn paper but we II trv.Ol'U .
be a spendthrift, while Thomas is a
Paris Letter in Chicago. News. may --- -- -
miser. But Jane and Dick are both humorous Cost of Kojalty. ; S2IO \NO.-Isr--: -- -4z -. L-c'.t r-
Emily and Thomas both musical, I Taking the royal family together, it is n fillsyrals'gtiaratt'.1r.h.m'in l !.p. ,er' ;pli'ith.-tnlllie:1t sweett'uef Ship Chandlery Goods.

The Nutriment In Oyster Thomas and Dick both sensitive Emily found that the present sovereign, the good every way. OIn,'Jete(lutfi t: riii-ht-tool.embroiiVr.! .
r.'lajyem-'tmet'X'.i.iU'U'i.b. i;,' /'/>:;'/*<1".i.1.Oru
Speaking roughly, a quart of oysters and Jane both sentimental and all four I I Queen Victoria with her aunts and her S22.i J'I.'UTh'llTltfuII'1rlorf''r'Io"1t: ,

contains, on the average, about the same of them alike vindictive, alike intelligent, I i numerous progeny, has cost the British -ize Huh. ir-o\\-a.t la-.e. Ln e"t beats
,le. IhoiuiU
( Q'f't'l1'1" tni xe* A favor.ta ct;
quantity actual nutritive substance : alike satirical and alike fond of pets and I I nation !:35.000,000" or in the neighbor- Bold. OutLt compS tc.

.a quart of milk, or a pound of very l.I' animals. Look at the persistent Tenny- hood of $1.1,000,000. In the 100 yearsof Orit: S;i:> OIICJAN.-Tvr. Bets RiWU. Five
beef, or a pound and a half of fresh their national with the '''. hXMiitaiuilcatt. Ixt utl 1 t"I'.1'111pFtmJ.
life closing nit
sonian tone in Charles and Alfred Tennyson J11T1-:r ia"i.(n=!mit-d aid rl1w'Il.
fish, or two-thirds of a pound of bread. I ; look at the parodying power of the present administration: the American Etool,m-truetor, music U>ok. allll..11Jrl.i'/*,..'. Thc'-o will be the main features of mybusine t t
But while tho weight of actual nutriment I I have their salaries o t' ::1"t OMJAN.-ror w.t.I, K :
two Smiths in "Rejected Addresses; people paid presidents as >+' lu-autifnl ca-' V mutt -
to the different ill'slieuJ.. >: ", but orders ent me for ,
quantities of food material I look at the Caracci, the Rossettis, the $2,000.000.-New) Orleans Times- Pailor Oiyai. Com:t'ti. n anything
named is the the /:'areirr"ii' ", crrr!i irf. T. mlro"'Aif each
very nearly same I Democrat. Titus-
quality is "different Herschel, and then say whether even I to'.Jan>l buyers inrana'j'y more b\an i 'caxd.An kept in anymore in
widely That of the
minute touches of taste and sentiment do --- -- --
very lean meat or codfish consists mostly not come out alike in brothers and sisters. nrittlenPS-4 of Hone*. : Immense Stock from World's Best "ilJe will Ix promptly filled.

of what are called, in c; emical1Ulguage. Almost everybody who meets brothersor An English chemist has shown that the Makers, to suit all ts-tes an.! pres.: Orcro0
I ,
protein compounds, or "flesh formers"the sisters or cousins of his own after a brittleness of the bones of the aged i is not ; dillerent styles to < hrx,fro-n..

substances which make blood.Uscle long separation (when me has not dulled I due, as is generally supposed, to an in- 1'1.\\,()!" .-C'IaI"kf'r"I f''.'ra ,: !1: :L',
tend:>l1 bone, brain and otherrltrogenoustissues. I his apprehension of the facts) must have crease of the proportion of mineral JIlthu..I'k, Kent, Arjou, 41fl) tn : J,no-''. il
:'ac""h :
& :
OUCJra..on! '
That of the bread conS salts with advancing From a section -
I >t.1..ith mingled amusement and years. Hay State, 821 !9 1:O.
taias: but little of these and consist I of the femur of fifty subjects of different -
dissatisfaction in ten thousand little I Will Chickens
buy FruitsEggs .
From 3
Lear.1 of. ?
Chiefly of Easiest Tern ever
starch with little fat and
a II and sayings, how closely he ages no difference in the proportion ,
ways very I will
other to 10, paid monthly, secure an
compounds which serve the body I and they resemble one another. Sometimes of ash could be determ !lc.J.rI I
fuel and supply it with heat and mus- ;: the catchwords and II kansaw Traveler. Elegant Instrument.
phrases ----- --
cn1ar power. The nutritive substance of !: they use, their very pet aversions and their I One price to alL Thit'- on"t-a,,. PrlT n'f.rk&lin Or any Country Produce my customers
oysters contains i' plain Sutures on each in>tnia."Ut aa considerable of both the
flesh pet sympathies, turn out at every twist Concerning 1'lptirn-Fnennionla. made to any.e tharsw Dn iion. take no<< le i. or friend may bring
forming; and the more espmeciallr l This square way.n.-urt to all the ow.-t f rict:*.
j :
heat : of life to be absurdly identical. One i Professor James: Law chief of the
and force giving ingrc ient3. Oysters I maye"cn be made aware of one's own bureau of animal industry of *:ew York, So rnw tf brie G-"''' u.*. rvrythincr in plain to market.
come nearer to milk than almost print and exactly is refT'f'.cnh'l Full nforT3a-
<< any I unsuspected and unobtrusive failings I : byobserving in answer to an inquiry about the infec- tion piven oirfular" Lc-ttcrx curefullyanswer-
'both 3 food material as regard* them, as in a mirror, in the tion of human beings from cattle sick ed. Parties livin r It thousand miles oilcan tarp
the amounts and the relative I lust as well as if IT Mivannah.: Ihree'mrthsof ;
pro minds of one's relations, like KingGeorge't with pleuro-pneuuionia. says that the ond"nre.
le is dyne t
pons of our entire tr v enrr-si>
and their food val in Mr. Gilbert's disease of the is under auknown
middy story, ox not, i
ties of equal weights of milk and "ster' FE'IEUDERLinr"sl ..rit; Fn.;r>" .; I
o r
who meets himself on an enchanted i conditions, communicable to man.-Detroit .
for supplying the&M1y island, and considers his double the most Free Pre& freight pail' I'tint'trull; "hires'" ; II
: pith. material to build up its parts, fellow he S-junre ; r'1! and
disagreeable ever came across.: I come a a supplicant, not a
J2JU'} its wastes and furnish it with Popular Science Monthly. A Meteor's Velocity. DiEN'8ATi :
ener swould be pretty nearly I I dictator, asking for your favor....
we same.-Professor W. O. Atwater. Some of the heavenly Issues are inclined SOUTHERN MUSIC HCUS SAVANNJi., .

Chinese Mending Women. i to be fast. )Meteorites sometimes GA'I I If courteous treatment,:good

To my mind, the unique feature of attain a velocity of 0,000 feet leer n
For Another Prodigious Shaiu. Hong Kong streets are the professional second. When passing: through; the air Liebig Company'sEXTRACT !I! good and low figures is 1

"sweet charity's ake"covcn: I menders, or Rr.v>.g women, ugly, old at this rate the friction is so great that
another prodigious; sham. 1f:1 womanres Chinese women, with half dwarfed feet, the air is heated up to a temperature of !I the candidate for

to become a shining light in I who come out in the morning with low i 10.SOO deg F.-New York Mail and of MEAT favor
SOciety 1uity is made the ladder for public ,
and sit the
such stools and a basket of rags by Express. I

orphans an ambition. She finds the poor curbstones or in archways, recesses or INVALUABLE FOP. DYPEIIA.: then I'm
and the airless women and and sew all day long. Sioux Name for >Io"O} I
Children doorways, away i,
otters very interesting and pitiful, and Theo not exactly darn stockings and The names for money in the lanuaze An Elcient Tonic for Invalids elected.Your .
th elf her services and her dollars for sew'on buttons, but their labors corre- : of the Ogallalla Sioux are int"l- tiJ ;. ,

tio n find relief. The patrons of the institu- spond to that, and for a trifle a poor Gold is mases-ka-zi, literally, "yellow Instantaneous Beef Tea I
by, her assistance useful. By and workman can have his tattered coat white iron;" silver is mases-ska-s.ka l or -, anxious to plca>e,

through such companionship patched and mended or his old garments i "whito iron,*' and greenbacks are ininne-
te and lade Dishes.
Also for
am's flavoring Soaps
list. It name is added to their visiting made over. Peddlers of oranges, dry I; ;huapiuiases-ska. or -paper that talks GENUINE only with baron Liebig's signature in

arrogant was, a woman of this kind-an goods, lamps, toys and fancy wares stop I white iron."-New York L"eningVorl.t BLUE:0:01.1y INK all across trekeper label. Grocers and DruTgists. s. :.a: R..a,y.
unconventional, and tasteless howling their wares through the streets

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____ 1* With Them Mr. 1' -ler's fine house is nearing com \
; Topic of the Tirnen <;iT ,
I'CII.ISIIEI) EVERY Tllrn-D.\Y. .n n a Terse
1 pletion.Mr. *
Editor the Florida Star *"*
"l : Spicy Manner.
A $100,000,000 RAILROAD SCHEME I
WAGER Editor and Pu lishgre SIR Frank Roll ha- moved: to his home lIon. C. S. Parker, of Norfolk,
ELLIS B. : DEAR ,-The oft-repeated questionof TO BE WORKED IN BRAZIL. Ex-Senator w 'deal"
in the Bruce will
"What shall we do with our boy?'' country. : son. lecture "*t., ,"\.
%1.JO A n nu in.
----- per-- ---------- has IJcen0 fully and freely The weather is warm and pleasant] and ; Commee..-.Ions-ubsidies and Contract lIa\ Grandma Coarad.}. laotu-er. oe>,rt.ninetieth ; ,!
&ikred nt theV't 01lir" 'it Tilutrillf .tr, kr
Indiana.At .
.':J"Njnrl-Clfl A Jlnt ter. pretty well time that our boys -hould Mr. Re-- of Waveland, hal ecn vi-- I ' Dependent 1't'u..ion Itill.Oilier .
_____ ______-__ ------- i ey Renton, Ky., Sidney I\ttr..
.\ 1 jUAUEN one inch in space; 21 ,;'luarcsJJ1ske put the momentous quetion"l'hat: itin_ friend-at St. Lucie. V.i+hiiigton Iispatches.1c.tsmtINerox tally mjuml by the machinery min'I': Rs, ta.

a column. -hall we do with our girls ?". The question The trade-boat Golden Rule ha- departed % May 14.:-A di..patcu front causing milL a -\JI., '

Foradvorti-lnj* rate enquire of the E litor Ottawa, Can., to a New York paper states James Vernon, li\t
in reference to have
our boys"
always eiielo-in a two cent stamp. I northward for Shiloh. ;I that a syndicate headed by J. J. C. Abbott Healdton, I. T., was jailed"prea.r "f.
been ventilated and in
nSTAKithe i OFFK-IAI. IH.'w-l'al't.'r over over again Mi:.. Alma and Lillie Hell were the member of the Dominion mini-try, com1113Utihl" stealing rattle.Miss 1:1

our large citie-, and, I believe, with a* ritish; Ida }
capital to the extent of Hagoruan. in
I.revunl ". : chargeShort IIf .
for (''unt\ guests of :\Ir-. Carlton this" week. the he.
-ati-factory a result: -earching for the *ia>,tMH.i.,KH), has been formed to undertakt Oilat New Madison, 0tcommitai

THIS APER ::3eW 1 file at O'ou : North Pole or any other problem or con Mr. Howard Maine and wife leave: railway work in Brazil It is learned her: cull by '1.1 ,
} + W's.ewspa tt here the boat for their home CreeH
on next at : ,
that such syndicate has been formed township near Catz
Adverttstngnnmau: (!(,SprnceST..whPadverti.f r; i undrum.A a com u 1..1.
cuairacu mar Us wade for It IX \K'V YOUK. I the north. pot-ed of leading New York bankers and one damp, lonesome (eitizatt TU-U-j
regards the human race, folk- will, tion vote stood SI4 dry and 1\-
The Star ha. the Larset circulation Mr. ( )rid Moat left here thiweek for i ihi I merchants and representative New Englandcapitalist Wet.Wiiham .

of any paper on the Fast coast! of J'la. and do, fall in love and get married, a- .. home in New Haven, Conn. lIe will ; -, with some of the principal Canadian the Baker Jf Johnstown. o .,?..,
instances Titusville during the : upon track m peaw. Ii.. ,,1"
I many return in the fall. Pacific capitalists. now under the daisies in -*'*
Toiirtli: of July ::tfO'tin-; I It i- .l this uxidies andionrnjct two pie<'cs,
and proveand then state con past present year : Henry J. Barron
Mr. Tyler gave the young people a !shut! and instantly til
f Meeting held Monday evening at Fire follows the general, often-de-irerl, or anticipated dance recently, and all who attended i: Inve tech obtained from the government his son-in-law. S. Higgius; at IK-UK--, C. j
of Brazil of enormous value an.lthat ''
man'- Hall and called to order by chair- : re-ult-a family, small or large it had a perry time. i' toe lir-t undertaking of the syndicate during of a dog.; )a family quarrefabdut the o=trari,.:,

' man A1tf'C. The minute-* of the previous -.i a- the (-a-e may be, regardless of how to : -""I will be the establishment of a transpirtatiunline The family of Dr. H. II Burih.r

Allen & Stallinss. owner-of the Dixon i from the port of Para, Brazil, lOt miles "tLt r
The contribution the '
meeting were npprovc i maintain the little one while they are of boating on Licking river, ha J a lurrT
mill at Tampa, have elo-ed a contract I from the southern mouth of the Amazon, by from '
committee tendered their report that tender and charming of being escape drowning by the C".lp.Zoa' j :.
with Lobs, Pemla-: Co., for _OOooll the Toeautms, Araguaya and Velmelho their boat.

and were allowed further time to complete I too young to look after them, elI \(' We feet of lumber, to be u-ed in the construction rivers to the citv of Joyaz. The Tocantinsis I William Hopkins, who toned a
their work. The Programme committee will suppose this, by no means slight, of a cigar! factory. It will be I navigable; by large steamers for about two to death at a country church becau tran?n.r
I hundred and miles from Para d thenis
fifty ai
their which was received the large-t factory in the United States. wore: "biled" shirt, has been
made been surmounted the .
report I difficulty having to obstructed by a series of rapids for about respiud i 1
the of Georgia.A .
and accepted. .\ committee ofthrc.e satisfaction of the parents, and la-t, but At Tallahassee, Robert Hohin-on'- j i seventy mile governor dam .,
at Hamlin Mich.
W. S. Gra- I bear got: loo-e last Sundaand created A line of railroad is to be built around went out with
'i Me--rs. E. B. Wager, not least, to the entirc gratification of those; I the flood, and :!,W).W) feet of loge HW
excitementnon, having the entire street these rapids, and more than i,.00 miles of m
ham and 1-: II. Purdy, were appointed to I members of the Titu-ville: Anti-poking- to him-elf. Knowing a good thing I I navigation established! on the Upper Toxaimtins lin with lake them went into Lake Michigan, lurrymj
seventeen houses.
excursion rate from trun-portation nose-in other and its great tributaries and the southern -
secure I you to -people's-bu-iness-su- when he saw it, he climbed over the

companies to report at the next meeting ciety, the time arrives when our boys fence and went into .\. J. Fi-h's vegetable I direct ports connection of Goyaz with province Paris. brought It is said that into burned The<< at body Alton of ,Gen.III.,Martin Thursday IWm un,!wM a ll1t t1

t which will be held next Monday, the 21sthist. and told that garden and would have eaten all mortem examination
, girls are naturally they are land grants have been made by the government wa made No add
the tender but Mr. Robinson I 1
) ., at 8 o'clock p. m. old enongh to turn out antI be doing a and money voted for colonization on a I tional powder burns were found.
for and his command bruin
was ent at
the I' grand scale. Arrangements are now being Rev. James Drummond. 1>.U, a
attractions celebrating
The I
little business for themselves
or marryan down his head and walked back
hung to
I made in Europe for the introduction of colo- I minister of the Methodist Episcopal ,'burgh.
Fourth will consist of u match game of hica orange grove. nists. The region to be developed and colonized ; in Cadiz o

Ban Ball during the forenoon ; a Regatta Poor dear paterfamilias scratches his << is the central interior of Brazil.A j in the eighty-fif year of his age. '

o'clock m. a "K. M. Q." ARBUCKLE. historical as well as commercial significance I Clarence Scudder, a student at Rut- r'
to commence at one p. ; (probably bald and mosquito or hor- -fly *
attaches to this enterprise in as much college, was fatally injured while
Foot Hall contest at1 p. in., and a Grand bitten) paternal cranium, puts on his Auother Chapter In the Famous lireach- as in 1S5.1 there was a great agitation in the j the high jump over a horizontal bar practicing

Dance night. During the Yacht Race con-idering (or smoking) cap, lights his YORK of-I'romise Suit. United States, led by the famous Lieut. John Frost, a wealthy landlord of Wm
NEW 11.
May Charles
the visitors will be entertained by witnessing cigar or pipe, or sucks an orange, takes the coffee merchant, against- whomIis.Arbuckle, Maury, of the United States navy, over the field, L. I., couldn't stand the charge of a*
opening of the Amazon to the trade of the sault on a thirteen-year-old girl, and
r Q: a Sack Race, Foot Race, Hurdle his !seat comfortably, and-holds a family Clara Campbell world. The region was explored in 1S44 bya cided with arsenic. im-

race, Wheelbarrow Race, to come off council of "to be or not to be-that is obtained a verdictof scientific commission sent out by the John Cullen, who killed hU mother with

between the.hours of 1 and 4 p. m. The the question," while his daughter- breach S4OOJ for a French government, under Count Castle I an ax at Buffalo, N. Y., has been sentence!
of contractor man, who pictures the region as an earthly .
to for life
celebration of the day will eclipse all under di-cussion. Dear materfamilia-, of marriage in paradise, and declares that southern Goyaz'' state imprisonment prison. in the Auburn

previous efforts and general jubilee time with that profound and exqui-itc knowledge \ January last, filed is not only the richest country in the worldin > Governor Hill, of New York, has mu l
a notice of appeal I precious metals, gold and diamonds, but i I a
is anticipated. universally allowed to be pos-e- i{ % bill which provides for the election of quarantine
I l I to the Penpral that its climate and agricultural resources
: --- ed by the fair sex," says that Mis.; ;y .1 term of the--su- I are unequaled. I legislature.A commissioners. by joint ballot of the

1linis.h made money by writing poetry for new- preme court just 1 he party of four engineers w11i 'h sailed fire at Pitt.>burg destroyed" Oyster&;
after the entry of on the steamer Advance, of the United
The lumber for our new !'chool.houoc papers, and there is no doubt she could' Short's planing mill a lumber yard, twc
h I 1f.LL1OXAJRV AIIBCCKLE. the judg.neiit; The States Brazil line, from Newport News, Ya.,
Is expected this week. Idelp.u" j-hout become by writing for our frame dwellings, and Norcro & Companj'
: a poete-s papers on appeal were not filed within the took from New York a large; steam lunch
paint works. Loss $S3,())().
+ School closed on Monday afternoon for largely-read; and old-establi-hed river I requisite time. Wednesday the general term of the Herreshtff model and a complete out- I:: A writ of has been
heard argument upon a motion to dismissthe fit for the expedition. The party, after locating error granted in the
the summer vacation. Now the mall paper-the STAR, and that would be so : appeal. the line of railroad around the rapids of case of Dr. Cox, of Belvidere, N. J., rod

l.oy roameth at will. ladylike and genteel, and would bring i Ex-Judge Fullerton urged that the appeal the Tocantins, will continue their journey to I victed of causing the death of Jennie 0*

her within the pale of the Lmn niumlc. i should be dismissed because the papers had I the City of Goyaz. borne, of Newark, by malpractice.
The next sociable will be at Mr. C'u-- I Rev. Charles O-kins fell under the \JIbetl1.
not been served. John E. Parsons, counselfor I The company was organized in the United
She would be able to mix -ociety
par Minis' on Saturday evening; May i Arbuckle, argued that they had been delayed States and is known as the Para Transportation of a passing express train at Evansville

l lth. The entertainment will consist i of and take her station in a superior poitionto : by counsel for Miss Campbell because and Trailing company. Its office is at Ind., and was killed in full view of fan bride

a great many who hold only a very of their failure to produce the famous cor- I Nos. 16 and Broad street, New York, and of a week. She was thrown into convulsion

n Clipping Bee, and an enjoyable rep'JUdenee. Decision was reserved.One among its officers and directors are John J. at the sight
in the socialcale.. M is
time i-5anticipated. The "buzzing" tobegin poor place C. Abbott mayor of Montreal, director of Dennis Daily was notified by the Fremont

promptly at eight o'clock.Those put under examination, and as it is di-- : of Grant's Horses Sold.BEATHUE the Bank of Mtf/itreal and member of the police that burglars were going through b

covered that she can only write the I I i Neb., May 12.-Gen. S. W. I Dominion privy counsel; Charles C. Colby. r saloon. He walked in and was cunfruntoiby

who attended the LaGrange Colby, of thisity, commander of the Ne- deputy speaker of the Dominion house of his own son, who was in the act of robbing
poetryhe had learned at school the bra<-ka National guard, has purchased of U.
I the till
Sunday :School Picnic on Satunlay last, commons; CoL George W. Hooker, of Vermont -
fond hopes of her dearly-beloved and S. Grant. Jr.. the Arabian stallion Linden ; Robert J. Kimball, of R J. Kimball A distress warrant has been issued against

report having spent a very delightful much-re-pected parents are f Tn>e. Linden Tree and Leopard, another & Company, bankers of New York; Bayard the distilling; companies of Greenbaum and

time. Although the clouds presented avery Arabian horse, were presented to Gen. Grantat Dominick, of Dominick & Dickerman, New E. J. Curley & Company, at Nicholutille.
and unceremoniou-ly dashed to the Constantinople in March, 1SiU, on his trip York Theodore E. Leeds of for withdrawals which the
threatening aspect, the weather was, ; Delloway, Ky., taxes on )
ground. around the world, by the sultan of Turkey. Davenport & Leeds, New York, and GuyC. failed to report.

on the whole, favorable, and nothing It was then !'u ge'teel that she should. Linden Tree is now at Washington, and will i Noble, attorney of the Central Vermont James King, of Terre Haute, Ind., wtr

occurred to mar the pleasure of the occa- be shipped in a few days. railroad, St. Albans, Vt. thrown from a train by an Indianapolis A
become an artist ; or, better still, take a I
sion. An excellent repast wa* providedby I lioudler's Trial Adjourns. I St Louis railroad conductor, and gets |lWC

the ladies. po-ition as lady-help, or acom NEW YORK, May l:.-The Kerr trial was I i WASHINGTON Dependent May 14.Tension A Itill. from I judgment to pay for the little walk he was
wealth but when l
to lady of to take.A .
panion" a ; I compelled
to with ten in the
adjourned Monday, jurors
the National pension committee of the Grand
I>r. McCormick and family came from she p re-en ted her-elf: under the scrutinizing box. Army of the Republic, consisting of Corporal Tiffin, 0., jury thinks that J I,:XIO fill lit

Titusville to attend the sociable and remained I sufficient for -ejwiring for MM
eyes of her examiner, it was found Tanner: and others, appeared before the I
At Dubuque. her time oo
Mary Young after wasting
a few days making their farewell house committee on invalid pensions and
her qualifications were not up to the DCBCQUE, Iowa, May l..-The river con- the inconstant Joseph Swartzenlller until he
presented their views in regard to the de-
visits: before leaving; for the north. standard required by her would-lKJ em- tinues to rise and is now eight inches below pendent pension bill passed by the senate I learned to love another.

extends the water mark of 1SSO. The situationis .
Though their absence only high which to j John Doctor, a prominent Anderson,
ployer.In proposed grant a pension-of $12 per
all unchanged, except that the railroad tracksare :: man, is requesteJ to fork over 115,
through the Mimmer, regret parting month for total disability, and its substitute
of the Continent
many parts European being covered and trains move cautiously.The OOJ for appropriating the affections of Mr*.
the house committee
with th' like to see !such men :is the question of What shall we do stores on the levee have five inches of reported a per by diem pension. The providingfor delegates I' Daniels, when they properly belonged to bet

the doctor us. water on their first floors and more factories better half I'rior Daniels Esq.
among ,
with our girls? is never raised, for in favored the bill originally introduced at the

Almost a tragedy Not long since those localities the women do all the have Several been hundred obliged dwellings to suspend are surrounded operations. I request of the grand army, and opposed the i! Mrs. Ann Tyer, who celebrated fell her down onhundredth st
amendments made by house and senate. : birthday last August,
one of our young ladies, who has recently work. They look after the horses, cows, by; water and the occupants are obliged to I t t, flight of twelve steps into a cwlar, &t

become jxi-se :,ed of a revolver: hearinga and pigfollow the plow and harrow, move out. Several of them have been : Providing J'ostotftce Huildfngs. Wabash, Ind., and was seriously injured.
wrecked or floated off. The city is filled WASHINGTON 14. The I
I May house committee Cravens,
slight noise like a cat scratching on the and the the older Fish ponds belonging to W. R.
sew dig potatoewhile
with idle men. The river is now nearly on a on postoffices and post roads ordered Ind. were partly
near Center Valley, ,
screen-door seized her weapon and men enjoy their beer and pipes and the stand, although the rain continues. i a favorable report on the bill to provide for i' drained their water and robbed of Uwfiveyearold

rushed toward the door. Fortunately younger oneserve their king and Hundreds of Houses Submerged.DCBUQUE postoffice buildings at a cost not to exceed German trout with which the j
I $2.OOO each at all where I'
places the
at that moment she heard a well-known country in the army or navy. Iowa, May 12.-The river is of the for gross were stock l.
receipts two
postoftiee alijw
years or to
still rising at this point and hundreds of Charles Stephens, while trying
voice and the young man was admitted In the United States: as in England more preceding shall have exceeded $3,000 train at ShelbyvilK loi-
houses are submerged. Fully two-thirds of I from a moving
instead of being driven off at the point we find the fair !Sex gradually filling up the factories and all the lumber mills have in each year. I IVa hurled under the cars and the whew

of the revolver.On all positions in office-, factoriestorcs closed down, and the city is full of idle men. the The house secretary a communication of the treasury has sent to badly mangled his Mt leg and arm and

There is little of East Dubuque that is recommendingthat I crushed in his skull.
Tuesday night, despite the inclemency and other places where men u-ed to find not submerged. $10,000 be appropriated to supply a I Judgment rendered by Illinois luprea

of the weather, a good company employment. The Queen of England i- ,. and deficiency in the salaries for storeKeepers court against the city of East !;t. LouiS lor

a-sembled at the Hiawatha to witness I largely blamed for this state of affairs Ail Indiana Cyclone.VALPARAISO. gaugers. I $1,000,000 on bonds. Case in court tern

In'i, May 14.-Forty freightcars Fell From Boat. The is bankrupt and property
: a Ferry city
the Gypsy festival and greet the fortunetellers and jutlyo too. If thi-order of things
were blown from the, track of the nickel SAN FRANCISCO, May li-Ex-Mayor A. owners panicstricken.James .

who, no doubt, eased many anxious allowed to continue wehall have the plate railroad, many of them torn to J. Bryant, while suffering from an attack of I Bougham, aged sixty, and bu son

mind. The Gypiewere dressed1 fair sex po-inga- carpenter, bricklayer, splinters, ana seventy telegraph poles laid vertigo, as is supposed, fell from a ferry in-law, Patrick Foley. quarreled over done
low by the force of a cyclone which passed boat into the bay yesterday and was I tic affairs, near Bloomington, WU. and w
true to character, and made a pleasing i etc., and while they are following these about four miles east of this place, yesterday drowned. Some of his friends think he may I former picked the latter up and burled v*

and unique appearance among the pal- i various profe! :ion-. or trades, what will evening. No fatalities have yet been reported have committed suicide as beseemed nervous i over a cliff ninety feet high.

mettoes in front of the tent. Near by, become of our home- ? Marriage will bea from the cyclones wake, but it is .: and excited of late. He had been quite Martin Dersheinger, Guissepp F*:

fillets with fragrant magnolia-, swung farce, foromeone mu-t keep: the house I feared that some lives were lost. prominent in politics and was mayor twoterms gelio, Piotio Mancona and another It* oj
between 1ST5 and IbTU. He came to known were dro .
who is not ,
A Railroad name
the Gypsy kettle from which the romH1i i i neat and clean, so that we may nut live Project.NEW the coast from New Hampshire boat while cro* *tin
YORK May l..-A report is published many yearsago. the capsizing of their
tic mind would suppo-e was distilled the I in dirt and squalorome; one mu-t cook that the Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe His fortune is estimated<< at half a i Chesapeake Bay at Point Breeze.: WI

)love portion contained in the Inrttle- the meals and do the lmou-emvork. and thee Railroad company is negotiating; for control million dollars. Near Montpelier, Ind., two snipe shW burt

Rut alas! Tis but a step from the -ub- ]ue-tion presentitelf i -Who is to do it ? of or alliance with the Erie as an Eastern The Fallen Five. i met a blue ra cr which hunted wall sto"the' Ui, the
i outlet to New York. The Erie officials : until an impassable board
say CiHCAK, May Ex-Warden Yarnell r,
lime to the ridiculou- At the time 't It is undoubted fact that theirwhich pureca
appointed an girls can I they know nothing about it. President and ex-County Commissioners Wasserman I, way, when one of them shot
the corks were drawn and lo'! a : always work for lees than boys, for they i Strong, of the Santa Fe, u in Chicago. Van Pelt, Leyden and Ochs, the last five measured nearly seven feet efd at ,*-.1f'

tiny mitten appeared in view. Truly i don't usually drink, smoke, nor gamble, William. JUley: of Chicago, a leading county borxllers whose bold robbery of Cook ,i An attachment has been k1 in that state ?*

sure '* cure for love." : and if they cannot marry a poor bank turfman attending;: the Lexington Kentuckyraces county astonished the courts, who passed in York against the property Verner of.tinc'
review on the evidence of the gigantic steal I Actor Charles Erin ., tJa
box ,
deposited a containing marry a
--- ------ -- clerk brietiebarriter '
a an overworked ,000, with thf clerk of the Phiruix hotel, started for Joliet on a 0 o.clo'k train to begin who is playing "Shamus **> fn

Jt rumored at Pt.'I1aNlthat the : and er'paidtorc clerk, or for safe keepin, and took a check for the their term of two years' iinpnvnment Windsor. The suit is to recover

North Atlanticquadron has been ordered The once proud commissioners had shackles lithographs furnished. ? _,
a man with an orange grove, then let box.hell lie presented the check lw was
back to IVnsuiila to coal and proceed told that the box could n )t bo fUel id. Tne on their limbs for the first time, but they While Samuel Troxtile and "VViUii"a nest .

thence to ('uba..It them do all the work they wi-h for, and clerk was formerly with the Grand hotel, in seemed to accept the situation with stoical were working in a nursery farm former, 10"
let the home- take I indifferentThousands**. : the latter struck the
care of them-elve-. Cincinnati.The erset, Ky., from tbI
Tampa 200( men t'\llUmell'tl1:1\.in tearing the fln
sewer pipes for the water works Saturday:: ; I In eonclu-ion, it may be a- well to remind attorneys for Timothy O'Grady, serv- of Coffins liurned.OWAVSO side a hoe of, completely his face and breaking his j:1wbOn":

morning. It i stipulated that they : father, who have large -urplusof ing a seventeen-year sentence in Joliet for Mich., May 1'.Three large I. It is feared that he will die of lockjarMiss -
the murder of Politv Ullicer: O'Brien ofChirao. Wi"
must be laid by June U'th' and the work girls, that there istill the Continental four story brick building.ownE"t1 and occupied Rosa Jones says that Jamej h:"gdown's
in ivsT, are confident that Dyer the Woodwards' love
by Casket or
will be prosecuted night and day. plan to fall back when the Scanlan. who arrested companywere fervid protestations "
upon questionariC' j was Thursday totally destroyed! last night by fire, damage I Wheville +

The Board of Trade, of Bartow, ha- decided --" What are we to do with our r Mollie Mutt for the shes'tinz of (ttk-tr Nolan, which originated in the finishing room froman and done f 10,000Torthf James sits in the Ow a ly?

to celebrate the Fourth of July atK.irtow girl-f l is the real murderer. Officer Nolan may recover unknown use. Seven thousand coffins, as with painful blusher bU 'reaJ
but will lose his right arm. Mollie together with a new stock of court room, Jtttrs
velvets and hw
with barbecue mtluch
: a grand Yours etc., and hears
: back of his neck, tbiJttI
f Mott held Nu.aa'.s ana from behind while ., also such
lushes were destroyed. Loss $;5,000 awfully
other exercises and -ports ashall be t BiLixrDorx.Titusville ; I he begins tc realize how
&'anlan emptied imis revolver into the
unlicerit r insurance SSJ.Oua One hundred men
decided IGth. are !
on. i May fortur.te > Lo Ir. I thrown out of employment. j can, hurt1



t +

TWO CARS TELESCOPED. mob composed of about one hundred men i: A NEBRASKA HOLOCAUST. SPORTING NEWS. tf
went to the farm of Joe Smith in the Rich-
I ; Teenier heats Hanlan's Three-Mile KecArd.
Pond neighborhood, in this county, and took :' -- OY4

SERIOUS COLLISION ON THE ERIE, a negro farm hand and hung him. :Marion SEVEN LIVES LOST BY THE BURN The WalkersNotes.WORCESTER : .
A SIoss, a farmer, has had about twenty horses Mast, May 12.-Champion
that he is more
poisoned during;: the past year and the negrois proved
I supposed to be the guilty party, as he was ----- than a man of wind. Al. Hamm and Jerry .\\.L.,! !.Gh,.. {

L-prrH Train CJoin-:; at Full !Speed i iI once in the employ of Sloss and discharged.He ; In Attempting to Rescue Cattle From the O'Leary put up the stakes on Monday at the ROYAL Corgi: \
Aa I made threats further enJ of the College course and everybody "aieloitir roan &
against Sloss several times.
Into a Local at a Standstill.Vone I Huriiiii'4 Ituildhi an Entire Family is -
Crashes I details knew that this was to let Teemer havea S
Only meagre have been received. --==- .
KiH.dl. Hut Several !ii..riou"'I'Uurt.I I Hlotted Oat of Kxittenre-Cause of the dash at Haitian's record, which stands at f ff C

A complete List of the Injured. Tour Italians Drowned. Fire Unknown. 'I li< minutes '!:1 second, for three miles.I t( f '

JEBSET CITY, X. J., May 1.-A bad accident | BALTIMORE, Md., MJV :..Martin Dirs-. OLILXeb.., :\layt. Seven persons There were people stirring in the morning at t

occurred nearest End station on | hein e), Guisseppe Fausegilio, Piotio Man- : were burned to death in a barn on a farm : the lake: when the champion got into his
cono and another Italian whose is hell and Hamm proceeded !
name not ; accompanied by
just outside Bergen Hill i near Arlington, Neb. They Wt"reh. j
the Erie railway, known, were drowned last night by the capsizing i up the lake to the starting point. The veteran 1\
A train from Newark was at a Freeze, who is a widow: her son-in-law, 1 1:1:
way of their boat Regatta
tunnel while crossing the bay at boatman took up his position at -
three hundred from Fred. fro 'tu'h'n; his wife and three children !
stand still about yards Point Breeze. i>oint. He glanced this way and that,
the western end of the tunnel, waiting for a THE-FIFTIETH- ----CONGRESS.-- --- and brother, Louis Groteluschen. and, finding nol.ody within sight; gave the ,

main line train to pass through; wLen the -- They all lived on the farm and had no neighbors ; signal i to Ttfm, who dashed off at a lightning -

express came rushing around the 1'roceedinK;: of the Legislature for the nearer than half a mile. speeJ.IIciiiuu .

Orange on the branch line. i One Hundred and First Day !! The smoke was seen in Arlington and a i accompanied and coached him fora G

curve The heavy locomotive of the express: cut The senate was not in session. party of citizens went out to investigate the mile and then let the champion ;go on alonean.ll.omphtc -4il
In the house the California contested election the distance. This Teemer did.
into the local, piling;: the ears on top affair. Ujon arriving at the farm they ,
and : 0seconds.
its way ( case of Lynch vs. Vandever was j turning the stakes in 9 minutes >
of each other and completely telescoping the | reported from the committee on elections in i found the barn totally destroyed, together; : After rounding the stake he went i

two rear ones. The last car was completely j favor of the sitting member, Mr. Vandever. E|I i with twenty-five head of stock. In the ruins at it, and, forging his shell through the

crushed and splintered, fragments of timber'; Private business was dispensed with and the: ; of the barn, scattered among; the dead horses 'II water at terrific speed, he finished the distance -
atd broken glass inflicting; ugly wounds on tariff debate resumed. Speeches were made and cattle, they found the remains .,f the entire in exactly It minutes and 4 seconds. POWDERAbsolutely

the passengers. The locomotive of the express by Messrs. Caswell, of Wisconsin; McDonald, i family. No one knows how it happened. I This knocks Hanlan's record of 19 minutes

was partly thrown from the track and of Minnesota; Guenther, of Wisconsin and Some few entertain suspicion of foul play, I II and 2:5; seconds all to pieces, and is within a

the forepart of the boiler broken in. Wheeler, of Alabama. At 5 p. m. a recess: but the majority incline to the belief that i iI ii solitary second of the champion's boast that Pure.
was taken until S o'clock the night session the barn took fire he could l beat the Toronto sculler's record by
The following is a corrected list of the in- i in some, way, perhaps
jured: being devoted to private pension bills. through; the act of an incendiary, and that !1 twenty seconds. Tins po\r'.t;r nrvpr varies A 1I1:1\"II.r i-untj t

Theodore Ball, No. 27 Kenrnevtre.t, the family rushed to the rescue of the live j! The Walkers. strength anti wlll.Ic."u".II'*s MOMniicmuiit i
be sod:
One Hundred and !Second Day. than th.- ordinary kimK and o'IIIII."t lit
Newark N. J., spine injured. Ill the senate bills were reported for build- stock, and while attempting to loosen them !i iI i NEW YORK, May 12.-Guerrero is doing 'muJc titimi with the multitude ol l lw tt-Hi.. thou

John J. Stevenson, of Franklin, N. J., leg Ings at Columbus, 0., Charleston, S. C., I were suffocated. No feud existed between ;|i welL Thursday be covered 1C> miles and weight alum or i>'.t" jMiwd.-rs. Jn>U omit>
broken.D. the members of the family, and no enemies i fourteen miles behind Lit tie wood at :: in l'all!!. ltu>al Uikint' l'.'wdr t'o.. hli Wall t..
ground at Council Bluffs; Hastngs j i was just
1 :New: York
D. Hobart, of Franklin, N. J., leg ( Neb. : Beatrice, Neb., and Nashua' N.II. are known. I i, midnight. However, Littl"wood increased j.i
crushwL 1 The holy of Mrs. Groteluschen was i ii i that lead the when Guerrero :j
House joint resolution was passed to : during night, i
S. Fitznuuriee, of I'sser, X. J., hands in enable the president to reward certain inhabitants i' crushed under the body of a hors, and was I was resting, and at 0 o'clock in the morningwas I ii i Geo. B. Runiph.j .
the only one which could be recognized the
jured. of Japan for humane treatment to eighteen; miles ahead of Guerrero.:
Browler of Essex X. J. and chest 1 others l being horribly burned. The dwelling I the j! FULL LINE OF ,
P. leg survivors of the American bark Cashmere. I only event of any importance during
badly hurt. The railroad land forfeiture bill was considered I house was found' to be in excellent order. night was the passing by Noremac of : GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS. i

0. Burling, of Woodslde, head hurt and and the pleuro-pneumonia bill after. The lI1ornin ; work wwell under way, Hughes.Littlewood's.
bruised.J. | and no disorder was noticeable.: Everything lead Guerrero at o'clock i
leg wards taken up. After executive session, over J
Hocbstresser, of Franklin, N. J., leg the seuate at 5::)) p. m. adjourned.In I goes to show that upon the discovery of the a. m. was nineteen miles and three laps, andit I /. y tihnl ; "'''.
bruised. the house bills were introduced under i fire in the barn a rush was made to save the is not probable that the latter will be ableto I '1

James Wendel, of Newark head bruise the call of states, and under suspension of j lives of the animals and all were caught and overcome the lead. The race between .;,

John Clark, of Franklin, N. J., internally rules the river and harbor bill was passed I smothered.The them, however, to the finish promises to be (

injured. yeas Ill, nays 71. A veto on the New York three children ranged in age from one exciting: as both are in good condition. 1 I
fl. Hobart, of Franklin, arm bruised. Indian land bill was presented, and a motionto to six years. It is singular that these young Littlewood is traveling at a steady gait of

Ball and Stevenson are not expected: to refer it was lost, no quorum being present. children should also have been caught in the five miles an hour, with Guerrero right at k .pj
youngest one must have been his heels.
recover. At 4:40 p. m. house adjourned. ,
II carried there by the mother in her excite At 12-5 p. m. Dillon announced his retirement -
A INDIANA MARSHAL One Hundred and Third Day. ,! ment. At the coroner's inquest no evidencewas from the race. There was evidently I 'l

Mortally Wounded Hy an Unknown Assas In the senate Mr. Voorhees apologized to i produced to show foul play, and the nothing the matter with him but laziness and
the; senate for the use of unparliamentary I verdict was accidental fire, tho origin of lack of heart. I
Others Injured. language last week. Bills for public build I which was unknown. Louis Groteluschen, At 2 p. m. the score stood: Littlewood

NEWCASTLE, Ind., May 10.-At JxisantK ings were reported as follows: Reno, Nev. ; : who was employed as a laborer on the farm, 4%. Guerrero 475, Herty 4U2, Golden 4.52: I

Tulle, a small village ten miles northeast of Jackson, Miss. ; Vicksburg, Miss. ; VirginiaCity and who also perished, was a great smoker, Noremac 4:52: Hughes 413, Dillon dropped.i i n

here, about !j:;{() o'clock, while Marshal Nev., and Peora, 111., and house bills I i and, it is thought, the fire caught from At 4 p. in. the score was Littlewood, 500; 'I

Wrightsman and others wet e standing on for Bar harbor, Me., and Hoboken, N. J. A i. sparks from his pipe. Guerrero, 4"1; Herty, 4M j : Golden, 434;

the platform train, awaiting some unknown the westbound miscreant passenger message from the president on the subject of THE FIRE RECORD.A Noremac, 43: ?; Hughes, 417; Campana, 3U. I INE LtNEN
the impressment into the French army of an _
stepped around the corner of the and II : C
depot .
American citizen, was read and referred. Destructive Blaze at Hot !Springs! t"- Sporting :Notes.M.
fired both barrels of a shotgun, heavily Mr. Stewart said the man had since been eral !Smaller Fires I'"hf'rf' M. Hackett, catcher for Indianapolis, I

charged; with slugs: bullets, buckshot and discharged. At 5::) ) \>. m. the senate ad- HOT SruiNiiS Ark. 12. has been released.!'
May -Yesterday
small shot, into the crowd and disappearedin 1-
ourned. I afternoon fire was discovered in a laundryon Winners at the Louisville trot Thursdaywere
the darkness In the house Mr. Bryce of New York on
:\ \" avenue, and in a short time the Rosemont, Houri and Rutledge. "
Wrightsmaii was horfibly mangled, several a question of privilege, dead communicationsrom iioiiiirr m ISTSU'resli
building; wa burned to the ;ground. The Winners at Baltimore Thursday: Golden I5
slugs and bullets effect in his ab-
taking Abram Hewitt the that
domen, and his right arm being literally torn he had apologized denying to the British charge minister flames communicated to buildings] close, and Reel, Harry RuSsell, Belle d'Or, The Bourbon (}.i rd on Seeds p
in an hour there were at least forty buildings, Lottery and Bronzomarte. Sold Retail Prices. Will
to pieces. Physicians say that he cannot re during the Forty-ninth congress for certain I at Philadelphia :
the gas works, the gymnasium and a number Commander Norman W. Kittson the
cover. Alonzo Cook, Mrs. Dr. Franks and resolutions relative to the case of O'Donnell, make special orders and prices to
of store houses, burning fiercely. Latein noted capitalist and stock breeder, of Philadelphia -I
others uf -
the well't
bystanders were also injured. then under sentence of elf'3th.r.. '\ oodLurn I parties wanting
Cook's wounds the evening the fire was brought under died> on the train on his way from
are serious but not necessarily of Nevada, reiterated the charges.The in bulk.
control and extinguished. The loss will to St. Paul Monday night.
fatal being mostly about the breast and tariff discussion was continued byMessrs. aggregate Chicago
head. Mrs. Frames received a painful flesh Stockdale, Mississippi: Hopkins, at least )00,000: and not more than I Ii Ike Oneil Weir, the "Belfast Spider," has Geo. B. Rumph.

wound in the arm No clew to the guilty of Illinois; Mansur, of Missouri; Taylor, of i one-fourth covered by insurance. challenged Frank Murphy, the champion 10, Titiwville. Kla.MALATJAH .

|arty has been discovered but every effort Ohio; Richardson, of Tel1l1
will be made to apprehend him, as the entire New Jersey, and Morrow, of California. A BALTIMORE, Md., May 12.-The six-story fight with skin-tight gloves for fr om $1,000 ri(5AK PA("THr.

community is up in arms over the dastardly recess was taken from 50 until 8 p. m., the building, owned and occupied by F. X. to $:,.,oo) a side and the championship of the II. C'. Starck Proprietor.Manufacturer .
outrage. night session for tariff debate. Gunter as a showcase and organ factory, No.
Marshal \Vrightsman since his elec- The Louisville club has settle 1 its
; ever j 11 West Pratt street, was totally burned Jockey
of line Havana and IX
tion, has been a terror to the lawless element One Hundred and Fourth ))a!'. I last night, together with all its contents. troubles with the bookmakers, and has sold
tic Trade with fine
on account of his vigorous manner of preserving In the senate adverse reports were received Totallos.., $iOJO, ; insured. the betting privileges for the spring meetingto mc* Cigars. supplied
the j-ace, and related threats have from the foreign relations committeeon Richard Roche for $2tOOO. Roche is a hand madepoods. Orders promptly tilft.t.Fal'tory .

been mado that he would le IIInrder 1. lie Riddleberger's resolution for consideringthe Toledo IJru>h Factory Burned.i bookmaker, and the others will go to Louisville at Malabar. Fla. 2."-

was re elected Tuesday. fisheries treaty in open session, and on i TOLEDO, 0., May lAt a late hour last under his management.A -

Ht>ar's resolution for a report of the debates night the Toledo brush factory was totally 5,000 Budded Trees For SaleAt

A BLOODY TRAGEDY. and proceedings on the fisheries treaty.- The destroyed by fire. Loss, $t,0U0.( Origin of KANSAS WATER SPOUT. ,
land forfeiture bill but motion I Low Prices.
was passed, a the fire unknown.
Kidnapper Meet a Deadly Reception Witta Several Live Lost-Great Damage Done.Minnesota .
to reconsider was made by call. The inter-
Shot iuii. Iturial Case Factory Destroyed.Owosso Floods. 6O.OOO in Nursery.Apply .
national bill 3
copyright was passed, yeas !> ,
CHATTANOOGA, Tl'nn.Iay 10.-The bloodiest nays 10. At 5 p. m. the senate adjourned.In :\[j'h.Iay 12.-Fire broke out WICHITA, Kan., May 10.-A strange atmospherical to "". II. SHAIIPE,

tragedy that has been enacted in Montgomery the ha use a joint resolution was passed last evening in I.. Woodard's casket phenomenon was witnessed at ('ity1'oint, Fla.

county since the war occurred in appropriating $.'50,000 to enable the United works, destroyed 100,000( ( worth of property. :Maize west of this city, Sunday. A storm i

District twenty-one Monday night. Punk States to participate in the international exhibition :- Insurance light.IN cloud burst and extended over a space, parallelogram NAT"IA.'SNEWSPAPER

and Ned Smith accouiitanied by an unknownman at Bruxsel*, Belgium. The Cincinnati in form, about five hundred yards
either Charles Doughty or Woolen. exposition bill, appropriating $150,000 A DEPLORABLE STATE. wide and one mile in length. For half an
went to the residence of farmer Richard with amendment hour the rain came down in torrents, the SUBSCRIPTION AGENCY
Some of the :
was passed an providingthat Itf'adinJIitrlkt"rs: Now in the
Avery for the purpose of kidnapping; the heavens were black and a darkness almost
such government exhibits as relate to 1'oorhoiise. TIII: IIO.\IIH .\(;: I:XC"'.
illegitimate child of
Annie the
covered whole
Avery, the eldest I the settlement of Marietta and the territory 10. The old ; equal to that of night
daughter of Richard Avery, of which Punk northwest of the Ohio river may be exhibited -' the'lIlL.DELPIIIlay Reading railroad who- employesof area. People ran frightened from their For terms awl sample copies address
Smith was the father. were discharged I homes, many crying that the end of the
The tariff
at Marietta for three
days. on account of the recent strike have issued
atta"ki1lglrty were sneaking around world had come. ,
; debate continued and delivered
was speeches were circular stating that in
Avery's house, when suddenly the old man Morrow of Cal. Hooker of Mis- they were abject Maize is situated on the south bank of the
by P. O. IJrevard Fla.SI
want and asking councils to provide them Haulo'r county, .
emerged and without a word landed a load of Honk of Tf"nrlense of Virginia Arkansas river and the streets were turned
sisippi, with employment. They that the Reading
eleven buckshot in Punk midis say into rivers which I found outlets
right ,
Kenn of Ohio and Simmons
I *dy, will not take them back and
shoulder three of which pierced the lung. Caroliiri. The veto of managers into the Arkansas. An eye-witness describesthe
president's their
that distress in is Lucie
lie then snapped the other barrel, which consequence deplora rains as coming down in torrents, washing House
for Allentown Pa. read
public building ble. These men live in Port Richmond and I ,
failed to fire, and quickly drawing his revolver and the house, at 1 p. m., adjourned. to drop all labor organizations if the away a number of houses, and moving;: d
fired three rapid sb. ts at Ned Smith, agree others from foundations. A house in whicha
all of which evidently took effect. He FLOOD DAMAGES. company will give them another trial. It isprobable ; family named Rockby lived was picked up ( INDIAN RIVER, FLA.
that councils at their I
shouted for mercy n< he 111. and has not I meetings on by floods and carried into the Arkansas tit
Thousand of Dollars Worth of Property Thursday will take some action in the
since been heard of. It is thought he penestrate1 I river, where it sank, drowning Rockby, his
the woods near by, crawled into some Destroyed Along the Mississippi. matter. Many of the strikers, with their wife and two children.A Having been refurni>hed is now oj etitsl

niche and died an awful death, unattended ROCK ISLAND, 111., May 1..-Th\! Mississippi families, have been compelled to go to the number of narrow escapes are reported. for guests urfder the management

by friend or (00.Df'allto'k has been rising steadily at this point : ahll hou *. The water from the cloud seemed to come of its old proprietor and .

for several days. The water held in check i iby A Cyclone's !Strange Action. straight down, and could not have been owner. i

Continue in Tennessee.NASHVILLE the big government dam Moline, which AKRON 0., May 12.-Residents of Hud- thicker if it had found its source from a lake

Tenn., May li-The Demo- is built IIf solid masonry, rose: with the flood, son, eight miles north of here, were terribly in the air. The amount of damage will be II Jas. 1-'ai11C.. Prop.St. .

cratic state convention was called to order until the pressure became too great for even startled Wednesday night by a roaring very large. A great many head of horses
again at !J o'clock. Consideration of the the immense dam to support and about six and cattle drowned. Lucie, Florida.
sound, w hich came in a great wind storm, were _
unit rule consumed the first hour and a half hundred feet of it gave way. The water -
driving a regular cyclone cloud before it. i ;
during which time much confusion rushed down the sluice in torrents, forcingall I Flood In Minnesota. !
provailed i On the farm of G. H. Darrow the cloud i :r _: VJSDELMONICO
The majority of Shelby county dele- the mills and factories along it to shut struck the earth and literally carried away j!i LE t'ErR.1 inn., May 10.-The heavy I -

gates claimed that they were instructed and down. Among these is the government arse- the loose ground of several fields that had J j rains: of the last eleven days have swollen

should vote as a unit for a certain candidate nal. The damage to the dam is estimated at been prepared for corn The air was filled j i the Minnesota so that it has again overflowed HOTEL

as long; as they should decide that this candidate 100,000..BHI ::? j its banks. The Le Sueur creek is also on another H
had a reasonable chance, while the At this point the avalanche of water broke presented !! raniia{<-, having overflowed its banks,

minority claimed they !'houhvote for whom '. the boom of the Rock Island Lumber company land was carried away by the strange force. |j so that the people living on the east side have i COCUA. INDIAN IllVKi FLAN
they pleaj.L The chairman ruled that the I!i and turned loose 1,000.0)0 feet of logs, 1 had to take to the hills again.
Damage was also done to fences, trees and .. .
'url1l"bt1.1111. lirxl Te l'i"
unit rule valued at I;),OOO and carried off the warehouse -
must hold good so long as the i j small buildings. At Henderson the Minnesota river has been
majority determined to do. Shelby accord- i|j of the St. Louis & St. Paul Packet rising for the lat three days at the rate of Terms *
bigly cast her 7ti votes for Taylor. This ; company. It flooded the levee and the Warned to Leave. iCORYDOX i half an inch an hour, and the low lanils along \ r> per "Day.Mcul .

ruling was received with long and continued !i streets and lots for several block I Ind., May l:.Peter Russell, of 'j the river are flitoded. It has been raining; I, rates l the week mouth.
'I 'I >] >y ; or
cheering by the friends of Governor Taylor. i j At Davenport, across the river the flood Elizabeth, has received a letter through the i almost constantly eleven days.

Seventeen ballots have been taken altogether, i I played havoc in portions of the city exposed: j mails which purports to have been written |I WJI. JAIIVIS: I'rop'r.
each adding slowly to Governor Taylor's I to the river front. In one neighborhood j by the White Caps, and which directs Russell TWO MEN CREMATED

majority, but the deadlock still holds, withno thirty families were driven from their !:; to at once remove his family from the county In 'luJi.tI County, Indiana-Foul PlaySuspected. T/., GII'tiie to ....flwd.JI ift IdtNdltf

hope of an immediate break.A homes, while many of the warehouses and j or suffer the consequences. The cause of .
wholesale houses were obliged: to hastily re- i complaint is that Russell has two daughters !
lawsuit Results Murder.. ANDERSON Ind.. May 14 -Enoch Mc- to All I
move their goods to places of safety. The 1 of questionable character, and that he has Important
ALTA III, May 14.-Henry Miller and western part of the city is inundated and been running a house of ilIrtpuuHe denies Mahan. an old and wealthy farmer, livingin ;:

I1111"! A. Anjl?>"holt. two farmer living much damage is threatened to mills and the charges and defies the White Capsto the north l'lrt ?f this county, and George

about four miles from Ceecher City Ill, had other manufacturing industries. carry out their threat. However, he Street a Mghnnr buy wrest twenty, employed -
a lawsuit yesterday over some small matter. doesn't think the White Caps sent the letter. a-, a farm Laud l-y McMahan, were The m"*t imj!' >rttnt i-mi in S utli
Anderholt beat Miller in Fatally Injured By Jumping. burned to death in th-* letter's residence
the suit and Miller
1 lut believes that it was written by some of Florida is the Orange) amiver.
became so enraged that he went home and NEW BRUNSWICK, N. J., May li.-Clarence his enemies. I tarly Whines.lay night. Mr. McMahan was : crisp :

shouldered his gun and marched to Ander- Scudder twenty-oiie;rs of age, a I guardian for two 411' his ;grandchildren, and a one hould endeavor to serum a JEWM!
nolru house and shot him dead. He also student of Rutger's college, while practicingthe A Fatal Itailroad, Wreck. short time since a lar a -.urn of their money

went to Mi-Kenzie's house who seemed to be high jump over a horizontal bar was i SOUTH ROYALTON, Vt., May l.-A wood came into his po':-f'.iou"hit'h he depositedin variety til' orange in planting! a grov

on the side of Anderholt, and shot !him, but fatally injured last night In jumping; he train that was being; loaded near Bethel was a bauk in this city. It is ioU ppo..e.1 that To do this and get such fruit :..-* Lav
the latter will recover. Miller is still at knocked the bar off its support, and it stood I run into by another train yesterday after- person who knew ol" his receiving the money a

large, but the sheriff of Fayetto county and erect Ion; enough; for him to alight on the i noon, killing a Canadian boy natnel Loaner attempted to rob the house, and either taken premium at many of v\\r Stat-

a party are in hot pursuit of him. Miller end of it. which penetrated his rectum eight and severely injuring an employe of the chloroformed the occupants and accidentally Fairs and at the Xew Orleans Kxj.*-
also set fire to his house, which \.lIrnt'l1 to the inches. Physicians say that the injury is !; wood train. The enjineer and fireman escaped -' set the hou-e on fire while searching: for the I

ground He is not supiMxe.1 to !Ise of .mid | fatal He is a son of the H.eD.. :Scudder, injury by jumping. The engines; of t money, or hat been detected in their I ur- | Mtiun, buy your trees from (*. 1:. Ma-
, mind. of the German Reformed" church now IItaI both trains and six: cars were badly dams I glariou acts and killedind burned the two

A X .cr( Lynched In Kentucky. outl in India as a missionary. i aged. I men to conceal their cr lut>.. I grittierouts: KoeUetlre, Fla. 3)iiTHE
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+ I 1 What is This Disease That is I CARDS. I Hl1d..ll'U.'orUH.U Snhr.
DASEBALL TALK. Milady now tells Jeems to order the I
-----------,,------------- The best salve in the world .
I's ------ for
"brougham: not the carriage, which is com i Cumins 1)011 i GING1 ',
Tholntcrstata clubs will the season on Ueside L _\. \AS, bruise, sores, ulcers salt rheum fPVjri
open brougham especially Auglo-
mon. : Like a thief at ni-jilit: it :teaK in upon totter
lliy phobish. sores, chapped Imand., chilhlaiur

J JIcQnacle will umpire the Detroit-St. Louis Somebody has made the more or less interesting u* unawares The patients have paintsabout : A :Y-AT-LAW AND NOTARY PUBLIC {'ornml allkm eruptions, anjlively :'
time chest awl sides and cures piles uTIt |
games. discovery that the sealskin and the i sometimes or ?? pay; r ; II

Louisville Las another new pitcher named oyster sea-sons close simultaneously without : in the back. They Itvl dull and : Hock _Ledge, ___ Florida. ; i* guaranteed toive; j rfJct ..;|tti,fa" "

Patton. regard; to '.1:,." :leepy : the mouth has: a bad taste: especially : : TV iTGAULDKXATTORNEYATLAW : tion box.or money refunded. Price _:, teat.
Forale: by all .
The two Kansas City clubs will not play I There is a revolution in bra...>. birdcages, or in the morninj A sort of.sticky _I TitUaville per and on Indian Inver.i druMori. II
toother. brass cages:: for birds nudlowest give :
slime t.ol1e .-about the teeth. The appetite ,
the quite a mm. -modern < :
I canary ,
The Texas league is vigorous infant It
has an oSlcial guide. inprovements." i is: ponr. There is a feeling; like a ;; Titusville, Florida. I IJ(5XI \JI.Real .\ \ KlVKIl

Gla.s.seofk"s salary from Indianapolis is High born EngMsh nouieit are actually accused heavy load. on the stomach : .sometimes i -& -\\.ILLi.\is\ ,-------- ---- !

said to be 3,200 for this season. of wearing; last year's gown to thisyear's a faint, all rune sensation at the pit of Estate
drawing room in London. Such economy Agency.
I The I'rooklyns refused to arrange exhibition is: really extraordinary. the stomach which food doe not satisfy.f "\t1ul'JH.ls11.. 1\\'. I

games with any league club. In the interstate oratorical contest at The eyes are .sunken the hands and feet : Titusville i Florida.
In the International association Toronto Titusville, Florida.
Greensburg, Ind., R. G. Johnston, of De become told and clammy. Alter awhilea ,
will do the greatest amount of traveling. Pauw t siyt: />/>'< '/.'//' //ry; J./, T
university, took first honors, and H. cough in. first but after EO..I. OBBIX
dry .
sets at ,
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friends have Jimmy !
Pittsburg presented M. Hyde, of Htloitns.., corralled the
dm 1).
Gah"in with a brass tea kettle made in 1'S: 'J. second. a few months it is attended with a ;green L : s".t. 31anasrr.SANTA .

The Cincinnati players cleared between $w I .. Lawrenceburg, lud., burglars will strike ish-colored expectoration. The patient ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,

1 and $100 apiece on their southern trip. for shorter hours and better payA lot of feels tired all the while, and steep: doe TITr-\"II.U: :, 1-1.\ i
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seventh for them toiled all night the sawmill ----I LUCIA
This will make the season upon com
not to atlord rest. After a i 31. THUASHEK: I
pany's safe and :seom any A ,
4 Browning, llecker and Wolf with the Louisville got less than a dollar for !
club. their pains. time he become nervous. irritable and -
I* located in that!
ATTORNBY-AT-LAW nlagnitieent'I'ropieal
The history of the national game in Cali- Montgomery, the defaulting Birmingham, ;doomyand has: evil foreboding.; There 1 Fon-st that lie* hetween the Indian l
P O. Rot 2t. S LN FoIII), FLV sump}
Ala. lumberman
; fornia is to bo to the public soon in materialized at Vincenues
given i is giddiness of \\hiilinj I.ticie Kiverand: is i ,
.sensation St. laid
a ; a sort ; Will practice in all the counties of the SeenthCirrmt I sV. |1\
hook form. Ind., and says his shortage is owing to the and Supreme Court. 3 *tuvt* sixty feet 1 wide, into three acrehloek
Burlington strike and a combination of circumstances in the head.' when rising: up .sad i i
is said to be the salaried niul smaller .
Syracuse highest f *, lot: whh.hill \tt\
team in the International association, run- I denly. The }bowel co-cive : the "D 15. UritCIIFIELI, I sold lea-onabiy: to actualruler-. '|-a| ,

ning over 3,000 per month. I I LIGHT AND AIRY. kin is dry and hot at times : the blood i .Llf. l i re;::iun is uinterlf anti fru: tIi'9-: and i iI ,

Boston is negotiating for a second base becomes thick and stagnant.; the whites; I I COUNTY SURVEYOR. 'I in the 1:11111 ( the I t.Ut.UlIlt and Dineappl! ] | |,..

man, and Danny Richardson, of the New The Reason. wh'n> all the Tiepical 1'ruitllmnMt..
of the P\'l'hel.otllt.: tilled: withellow: I
Yorks, is said to be the man. I "Got married" say my friends, and I, Orders by mail will receive as prompt .l(1tlfe"5. with stamp.T. .
Who've turned the urine is: and depositing
just thirty-four. scanty
attention calls in .
Beatin Allentown wonder is '
the showing us person.Address
wonderful speed in practice and will probably I Join My their loneliness lament deplore.It and, sigh. for sigh, : ; a sediment after stall IIi II;.:. I : Jeorgiana; Fla. H. BAKER, \1a elan 3.: Dad Go,:

be Detroit's early pitcher. There is frequently a spittiim: } ; up of the ...
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Ned Hanlanthe, oarsman, now in Australia, By is not Kishfulness that I fear distressedIn to speak-, food sometimes with a routttste and j TT F. ATKINSON( j -_-- -

bays that Spalding's proposed Australian fact, I'm noted for I ,I
my cheek : sometimes: with a sweetish taste : this: Js

h baseball Pittsburg tour; will management prove succcs..fulThe confidently ex- And know the bold are blest. : frequently attended with palpitation! of JUSTICE OF THE PEACE ; WM. H. SHARPE.

pests to clear over $5,000 on the four opening My Is reason simple, then short if and I must clearI :; Rive- the heart : the vision beeo11tesinlpaired, I For the -l'cIJl1IIlu"til'e District of :Ilre-I

r League games with the world's champions. know that I call.t1.1 and liveOn i with :spots: before the eyes : tin-re i is ateeliii yard county ; Court days, third :Monday j REAL ESTATE AGENT

The Athletic club is strong in batting half enough a j ear. of each month. 1!
: prostration -
Welch Gleason Stovey Larkins Lyons Wood L. Benedict in The Century. : great .
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Poorman and Robinson are all sluggers.Jim 'lIei':'. All of these .symptoms are in turn rp SANDERS
White is only 41 years old. He has i lie Told the Truth. present.l It is thought:: that nearly one- : CITY POINT.

been before the public so long that it is the Spilkins came home the other day with a third of our population has: this diseasein : !i
t I new coat on."Where Justice of the Peace for the Thirteenth I.:utd- sold on long time with interest ..ron
belief that he is his
popular bordering on I
JOth year.It did you buy that coat Tasked life some of its: varied( llrtllS. District. I the lease y-teni, or for e.ish: .

wife. It has been found that physicianhave COCl'rNF.vl'IAIlIDA..
is understood that Ned Hanlon has been : I Ia11d-cleared and planted, and iiartl) t fur
'At a second hand clothing store on Au3- Court tin. the third of each ui.mth.
1 offered $2UUO, ( by the Detroit club for nextseason tin mistaken the cause of thi* disease. Sane Saturday if desired ; by contract or utlll'r\\i.
avenue. ------ -- -
f but he wants 2,700, the $300 extra '.Why, that coat is your old coat I sold alieddler have treated it for a liver! complaint S R CUAY

, for being captain. last lIe liefer to 1-:. M. Hree-o, Detroit, Mich.:
week has fixed it up and others for kidney disease: etc.. l te., but -
. The Detroits after all, cleared but little on I palmed it oil on you for 11e'I \\".*' Jno. C. Norwood, Titusville, Fla.; H. \\'.
! the world's championship games, accordingto 1' "B). thtmdem : Now I know what the hyena none of these: kinds of treatment havebeen Watch Maker and Jeweller. and .J. tra, 'faz'wl'l) Court I louse. Yu..

the treasurer's report, owing to the $0,500 'I meant when he said it litted me like it } attended. with success: : : for it i i5 I Shop at John M. InsuiT* Drug Stoie litiisMllo, lla and A. Beck'rIuntrcal, (Canada for

paid the players as extra compensation.The had been made for me. I thought at tIll really constipation and dy.spepsia. It is ALL WOUK \VAIIAXTII. i I! whom I have made u: ron'...

Detroit players this year have signedto time he was lying, but I see I was deceived also: found that Shaker Extract of Hoots: ___ ___ __ __ h__ ________ n n_ __ ,
play until Nov. 1,so there will be no extra I{ in him." Texai Siftinirs.Karth'.s ,wLK ThE.t'rMENr ----- ---

compensation for a world's championshipseries I or Mother t.>ier'nrath.c: Syrup. when CAtrAR l D till U We mail enough t.. -on. FRtE,

should Detroit be one of the contestants j V"t'I'Ulilwakt'uin/;. I' prorerly: prepared} will remove this: disease : MintP.\ \ark, :\..s JVMOXriI. .L\ 'nFItnt''ti .V Co., 773 l'roa J'tittti I THE MnSIC HOUSE OF FLORIDA

next fall.Following { Now the nights are growing shorter,and the shining : in all its :-ta. eCare: must betaken }

t. is the estimated population of sun is sorter jndM no1:11 for a Bright Young i -
Tri-State league cities: Columbus leads the ( Climbing higher in the heavens a* it makes its : however to secure the genuine $65 <' *>r Li'h.'- 1II 1':11'11 c,'Hut.}'. 1'. W" XIKt>-
daily round; article. .'\ CO.. l>uilailli, I'a. I
list with 85.0UO; Toledo, 70,000; Wheeling, April rains will soon b" falling when March winds i I.A. B. (1A 1 [ -I l'B.l I I.: LLi I

40,000; Kalamazoo, 30,000; Zanesville, 2:.,000; have ceased their squalling, I IT WILL :M-ILL ISKTTKll: I THAN: COTTON.Mr. : PARIER'SHAIR i I

Canton, 25,000:, 24tOOO; Jackson, And the rattlesnake will amble from his parlorsin : [ John K. 1 Hemptinstall.: of Chulafirmee '
;O0), > ; Mansfield, 15,000; Lima, 15,000.Under the ground BALSAMthe .laltILViIIi',1'la.
the new Southern league rules visiting Nebraska State Journal. I Cleburn ('n., Ala., writes : :\y popular favorite for dressing
the hair Ke-tomiK color when
clubs will have the option this season of I trite has been so much benefitted IrvShaker '\ r pray, and preventing 1'jndruff. --

playing for 30 cent. of tho gate receiptsor An Klofjiic-iit: << Motto. It clenn- the n\up, stois the
Kxtract of Hoots or rit'hs l \ c hair iihntr: : ,and is sure to pleae.
a guarantee of $100. The regulations are j First Domestic-Come and join the ldtl.henIl'tltlies' ( r: W i leant $LOatDrUrr5ts.HINDERCRNS. .
Syrup that she sajssho: would rather be. I wi1.)1\! : ) pud I'elir at your IlI'art..t
that! complimentary tickets can bo issued: onlyto federation, Mary. Its tin dollars awake

the president and four directors of the { well be gettin' sewn.Second without part of her food than without i station FiM-Clas-:
home club und to two rcprl.mtati\"es of each Domestic-Surt. an' The safest,surest and best cure for Corns Bunions*p..
We it. the medicine. I It has done her more Stops all I'-un. En'urescomfort to the feet. ieverfaila:
of the daily papers. j What: is the cost of joining Jane? I to cure. 1J; cents at rugsist3.: Hibtoi & Co.; N. Y.
) i jrood than the doctor and all other medicine --------- PJrAJSfOS
"Not much, Mary, only enough to pay for
PERSONAL PARAGRAPHS.Count the motto to hang up incur rooms to keep put together.::: I would. ride twenty i

our minds on the value of our daily laW. : mile toiret: it into the hands of any sufferer = MEMORY 01:
Von Moltke wears a yellow wig. The motto 'Labor
says: created all wealth.'n"I'll
; if he can get it lit no other way. I ,
Oscar Wilde has grown very thin lately. go wid you, Jane just:: as soon as I
the of i believe it will soon sell in this State OR.G-ANS
pick up pieces bric-a-brac an'statuary
Ex-Governor St. John is living in Califor
nia. an' things' what I broke while sneepin'tue J better than cotton.TKsTIMoxy. i sucACESSWholly
parlor.-Omaha World.Modest. I Ii i Fi )1: I.l-.-S MONEY than any other house m Ito
State Senator Walker wears blue shirt col : FKOM TKXAs.Mrs. ; Putted Stati :>. alwjjs guaiant.e n mriiim-i.u l<.
I U- as rpITfost'Jltf.d. I W ill hip a Piano cr I.rfao *'
S. }}. IJ.irton of Varner. Kipley!
lars.A A AVish.I unilke artificial systi-ini. Aiiy Ilflokit.arllt"llm I any honest man or woman on trial and it outaaiirfaUory.
Kansas postofflcc has been named after one nailing i i.i-nt-s.,| ;u-7u l.altiinoi-, I >2i
am not covetous, not I. ( 0.0.., writes that she had been lOll;, .. I will par. freight both Pala
1fJ< '5 at Detroit I..IM, I
Col. Dan Lamont. at I'htli.ieljiln.i. tare .1"8. s of ,rash and $10 a month 011 a Piai.o, and jH i .t and
I And never was since birth; afflicted. with dyspepsia: and disease of foluinlna Law student., atal.... \\clleslry. ul> >r- I month till for-not much
J5 a on an Organ: part
John Ruskin has been seized with another. I' For one thing only do I sigh, I tin. rnivcrsity of I'uu.111.llI au UuAfrMty there liberal
attack of insanity.Joe And that is not the earth.I the urinary orjran: :and was cured by I L'bautau.jiw... Ao.. Endorsed,> I;K'HMCI.. Pit,.. j i more terms than""yolleill ordinary own rent.a iiiftiuairut.Ou ery Mud fof
r- It. the Scientist nous. W. W, As-run, Ji IH I' full tnf.'rwauoaSheet .
:Shaker Extract of Hoot Hc.J. J. FUEl'f.L4Hit"I:: coi.tauiins
Jefferson has bought a trout brook would not sit upon a throne, : IUXTMIN. Jml 'f ilhion. Dr. Il UWS. E. II ('O s. MUMP. Strings, Violuift. 15anjoi, initarf. Afiordeon -
farm at Bourne, Mass A scepter would not sway; Mdiiiire( ; merchant of the .Mine place Principal. Yt its Normal College kc.;: 1..rt.-( tlj :i *, and in factry instrument
A('oolll1ine I would like to own lau<;lIt \>\ cofet-pomlf Prospectus PI I.ST FKI: that is made, and at %er> low price*. Send fur rum
Ludwig Barnay, the tragedian, began life u In Pennsylvania. who :soldI rs. Barton the medicine }from IMtOF LOI" rTJ. 2J7 Filth AM>, X-w York. \|>lete Catalogues. I Late :.:!.IIIO_ pieced ul I'lioKt:
as a bricklayer's apprentice.The -Boston Courier. --------- ----- --- MUMC at 10 cents. j..-r copy. f.n''a book* of I'boice
he ha sold it for four andnever .
I I says :* years: of Chow*
president carries a photograph of :Mrz ,--." Music at id cents: leer copy keel' liooks .
I knew it to fail.: Vocal and In"trtlm..ntalIUlC at 5D cent*aDd '
Cleveland in his watch case. Postprandial. i cent Any piece of sheet music publi-shed t'-

P. T. Barnum is to build a $.:;,000 mans t1 "313- good man," said the worthy lady who I SHE WAs ALMOST DEAD. fit I to 50 per cent llow pubhi>lier8 price*. Itooki.ul *
had given the of ( fuct-es eat'h. sheet tousle size, h) cei.t frua for
tramp a largo plateful
;t Seaside Park. Waldecwra.The I was so low with dyspepsia that therewas :
victuals, "pardon me for the CatalogueA.
making : 11 11INP1AH1P
late sultan of Zanzibar leaves twenty- not a physician to be found who ,
but would you not enjoy jour repastfully i B. Campbell, Jacksonville: Fla.
seven widows and 252 children. as well, if not letter, if you"should I could! do an}thin*: with me. 1 had. flutj j .

Kaiser Wilhelm's birthday. March 22, is Ube I low the custom that has always prevailed fOl-1 tcrill of the heart and swimming of the j I fMentiou[ this llallt"r.l 1o.; IYf.SOTICI
a national holiday in Germany.
this household and invoke a blessing on )" I
head.! One day I read pamphlet i
James the novelist food before your
Henry prides himselfon you begin I
his resemblance to the Prince of Wales. I! "Madam," replied the hungry tourist: with I called Life Ainowj the Shaper#, which I

President Eliot, of Harvard, says that his mouth full, "me and Chaunccy Depew i i described my disase better} than I could In C'irrnil Court f the Strtnth Jii'Wv+t

women should never lecture to young men. I always Chicago does Tribune.Combines our best. talkin' after we've ett." I i myself I tried the Shaker Extract of i fi'n.tiit if Floritlii, Jtreraril (ljo"l,

The Prince of Wales' yearly income from !I Hoots and kept on with it until to-day I .1.1). IS."S-7/i CtrWfrfl.
the Duchy of Cornwall alone is over $500,000. I
i Thf'm1!. rejoice in :rood: health. Mrs. M. E. Tin- i ( F.oncFM. MA<:IUI>KK: )
Dr. Mark Hopkins' favorite chair has been
There was once a "oungman quite unique, I I ,S. I
presented by his family to Mills college, California For :sky, IJcvier. Muhlenburj Co.. Ky.;
forty-four tongues he could spique; H. Guy Mercer and- I
For sale] all Druggist address\
by ,
But one day for fone, or Foreclosure
Mercer, his wife; T. !\
Cornelius Vanderbuilt has promised to give !i lIe put them in one j the proprietor. A. J. White, Limited. 54 i Howard Knight & Maiul ,- -f
( to the New York Museum of Natural {I IlIistor And he christened that one "Volapique." I
30,000 his wife anil I Mortgage.;:
Washington Critic. ; Warren St.. New York. Knight
)*. l Thomas C. Knight and
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Senator Stockbrid; recently paid Senator Emma }:. Knight; hiswife.
Devoted to Musts.j .
Stanford $l'*,OOO for a brother of the famous : A NEW & USEFUL DIGRESSION J
horse Bell Boy. j He (to Miss Breezy of Chicago} Which
do prefer. Miss: the Italian the affidavit of
you Breezy, cr i I appearing by
Ward McAllister calls a fortune of $1,000- I German school of music II I ; agent:: of the complainant herein that the

000 "only respectable poverty." Most p x>ploI l Miss Breezy (hesitatingly)-\\e11. I hardly I Lave added to my tock of Watches, Clocks : THE LAD! 5' FAVORITE. : above named: respondents :are repec*
{ would like to bo poor at that rate. know what to say Mr. Waldo. When I hear"Sweet }' 4..... ware Jc'lr\ ..te.; a complete hue oi nmilj lively, non-residents of the Mate of r j0 -
Lord Walter Gordon Lennox who has Violets" from the Medicine, a fine tirade of Cigar, Cicarette 1n- XISVEIi GUI' OF ORDER. address of the -
justtaken hand organ 1 think ida. and that the said
I basso and Pipes; a collt-ctiouof Fancy Good. lo p, I: 'tyoude :Iro purcharc n Eswfng nachln: *', '
his tat for Chichester, is the youngestman nothing can be sweeter than the Italian and ; Notions and Florida Curiosities; good stock 01 I "c'c our sent lace for terms and : Howard Knight ami Maud \ .3Ier.
in the British house of commons, icing I then again the strain of "'\ lite Wings" from Stationery and an assortment of Candy and tonfec'tioiiery : ,.ices. If you cannot d ouragentwrfte I wife. and IS. Guy Merger and -
; Scissor jacket and table Cutlery Hav.nikHhiilaved "1 ir" -t to nearest address to bt'lownamNJ afllant end
barely ?2.Governor. a little German hand will leave me in doubt you eer, his wife, are unknown to
the above at mv N-\\'' tJrt'"a..h-
Waterman, of California, is a I which I pre'.>r. I am passionately fond of in<;t "
modern llaroun al Haschid. He is in the I both schools.-New York Sun. ;' invited t<, call and examine the frame to j-ati-fv. CHICAGO 9poldent'I'. C. Kni"htanti hmma of-
,yourself as to price and qualm,whether buy I 28 UNION SQUARE DALLAS.STLO I city
you i Knight. his wife reside in tile
of about I
wandering incognito,droppingin hPEi'lALTY. !
unannounced at state asylums:, home, Advice to the Careles*. Latest approved Instruments ai.d Tools ant vo I 1 "IS! yfrgr> j=: _S Aa" *'t Philadelphia, in the State of l'pj1efovutia.

prisons, cto. He believes that a governor When the winds blow cold and fields are hoar I year?' practical evfeneuce in the watch and jew.-lrj' I ---I and that each and every H:
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I II bu"in.l I shall no painstaking to plea"e as ; -- - the age
sliou 1 see as well as hear. With frost hen'er you make a cat, spare said respondents are over
to articles and prices or Kepainne, and Hot'}: ToYEIIIT XOTICE.LAND ordered that the
'Tis better far to slam; the door years. It therefore
BY THE BY. I Than not to shut the door at all. A FAIR SHARE OF'\orR' P\IKOS\GE. OrrifK at Gainesville, Fla., ) said respondents, the said II. (;/jy.Ier-.
I w. ( ( ii:.V.VMVG. ,\\
Boston Courier.I 1'
April 23, 18X3. j' cer and Mercer, his wife ;

Purple bows and the tiny silver cross are a I Notice is hereby given that the follow- :ard Knight and Maud Knight; hi*: wife E.

pleasant indication of the increase of the I latter of Hu'iiicss.Tailor I I The Chinese: are not our antipodes. Indeed ing-nami'd settler has tiled notice of his and Thomas C. Knight and Emma des

"King's Daughter; I -No, sir, I won't let you have this we have none. An antipode is one : intention to make final proof in support Knight. his wife do plead. an't *r .
suit of clothes until fur it. : of his claim. and that said bill of
you pay proof will bo
to the complainant
It will pieasa prospective brides to knowit j who lives on the opposite side of the 3ht
I I tom'r-Dut,my dear sir, if I calf have made before .\. A. Stewart, Clerk of I herein filed on or before the
is the f u m I the clothes to wear I can't pay for them."Don't I Circuit Court at Titusville, Fla.. on day of May, A. I> lass, or the same
track in wedding! presents. to the feet of those who
i see any sense in that." opposite I June !.">. !$>>:<. viz. : Itobert B. Kurchl be taken a"confessed ; and it U further

\rallp"1''r 1 manufacturers have not got; to I "You don, eh Well,you've got a mighty live on this side, but directly opposite i j l field. Gl'; Fla., D. S.: 19S4 for the ordered that a copy of this order be pub-

the end of their artistic rope yet, if the new- I poor head for business.: How do you suppose : our country is a wild waste of waters. ,, lot 2. ::;cc. 11. lots 1 and 2, Sec. 14 and lished in the FI.OIw.TAC ".e- paver

e,t patter; and styles are a criterion. I I'm to borrow enough to jay for them if I The Chinese, who dwell on the other tide lots 1 and 2, See. 2.:?. T. 2-;>, S. II, 3; E. for four consecutive weeks prior to the

Dealers say that mahogany; is coming; back i I have to go around among; my friends in the of the globe, but in the same latitude as He names the following witnesses toi said 31st day of May. A. 1> lS ".

again a- a fashionable furniture, forgetful of ragged; : suit I've got on."-Omaha World I we. are our periecians. Those who live i I prove his continuous residence upon, and Witness my hanllUll seal and .

the fact that in many families it never went i on the same meridian, but in the southern t, cultivation! of said laud viz. : John A. I I I of said court at the Court House,

0".1 t. I No Chance with Her. hemisphere, are our anticians. Our Shipper Charles S..t-lauls, Irving D. 23d: day of April, A. 1). 1SS3.

The giant fairy lamp is something; new. "Let's play a game of cards," said she, !, antiiHxles must oppose us both in latitude :; Hiseock, of Horti. Fla. ; A. L. Brunei, A. A. STEW 1 RT.

In size and brilliiucy it compares well with i "To i ass way an hour or so." and longitude.-Christian Advocate. of Georgia :Fla. I Clerk Circuit Court! Till Judicial Circuit

the pru.: pumpkin exhibited the country I "Y ou 11 surely I beat me. lo\e." said he, I 1 'i. S. C.TUCKER, IJegister. I of Honda, nrc\"arlll"oullt;.
"You have such winning ways.,you know." I
fair. Bobtou Courier.








) OFFICE at Gainesville. Fla.. >

tme. Nevada still continues her prosperous OLIVER &, BUJZDGS-KI! : April _>;;. ISSN:. ;
through Italy. + Notice is
career hereby jjiven that the tollow-
Ellen Terry celebrated her 40th birthday injr-namcU; settler has tiled notice ot hN

in>ew York the other day. Dealers inGEORGIA intention to Make final proof in supportof

Kemble will star in this country next his claim and that :said proof will be "
Gus Prussian actress. made before !Register and Ktivlrer at

season a Patti young has started from Madrid to Lisbon PINE LUMBER liainos\iIN\.. on June !.". 1>>.S. villoswell /. :
Mme. South America. ) K. r.ruwn. Palm Ueaoli. Fla.. ,
en route to I). S.-JtiSl. for time& X. 1-:. j of S. J-:. }t. and

Mix. D. P- Bowers says she has not retiredfor W. -S of S. 1'l'4.'. iS. TIt;:. S. t.t .
good, but only until autumn. SHINGLES AND LATHS. 4.'J: 1-:.

The elder Sal vini is said to be contemplating He names the following uitno=yes tu
another tour in America next fall. Young prove hi* rontinnon< reidtIPnceupon.and 9

Salrini will support him. General Hardware cultivation of. aid land. virimma*

that Maurel, the French 7 !f Jones. George; II. Charter ut .':,Im
It is j I i Beach. Fla. ; Charles\ l'ieret'.Iuue*
to this this
will come country yearat

baritone Mary a salary Anderson not much, Coquelin less than and" ':Mrs.iV.OUO.: James", Sash, Doors and Blinds ; Stoves, Tinware and Crockery. i Porter- --.--- ot- -Hypolnxi.-S-TfCKF.i-- -Fla.---- :. i K'e;.:i.tfiAOTICI --. I

Brown Potter will fill the entire season of i :.

l.syX>at Wallack's theatre, New York.A I.AM OFFICE
p AXNfTS ID OILS at Jainesville. Fla.. lApril
friend of Edwin Booth says that "his indifference J. 2;. IN>>. /

to money, society and the things Notice i* lterebyivcntllltthe followingiianicd -

which the world ranks as pleasures is abso- Refrigerators Water Coolers Ice Cream Freezers settler ha., iiK' l notice of hi*
luta." intention to make fiflal proofin support of

Goodwin, Jr., has decided to con his claim and that said proof will be made
N. C.
in "Turned Up"1 another season, contrary Screen Wire, Screen Windows Screen-Wire Doors. before .\. A.Stewart. (Clerk at Titu.ville .-

tinue to the report that he would shelve the Fla.. on June 2.: lsSS. viz. : Henrv

Clay Sill Sebastian. Fla.. II. 1-:. I_tl;.
piece. POWDER AT NEW YORK PRICES. flip the lots ;.t and 10 of .,l'.lO. Tn. ."). i
Emma Thursby,the Brooklyn soprano, whois S. 1:. 301:.

visiting Mrs. Ole Bull in Cambridge, will He names the following \\itnessr
only once this reason, and that once in TITTJSV1LL3J: FLORIDA. !'( his
sing prove continuous residence upon
Boston. and cultivation 0(. said land vi/ : Fred. '
The London News is of the opinion that the ; Paul Krejel. J. .\. Dnbois Bainl. of S t" l

land of Edison, Morse and Catling ought to Ne-vv- Lumber Yard. ; liastian., Fla. : John ISainl. of ).Melbourne

be able to devise an absolutely indestructible ;, Fla. ; Chas. F. Lathnm. of Miccc. Fla.

' theatre. '. :"- C. TuCKEir. I:(' i'h'r.
Impresario Mapleson is not quite bankrupt i -- -- ,- -- -- __ _ I

lIe is going; to give more opera next All kinds of Pine Lumber Dressed and Undressed and Pine i XO"'II:.
season, with the assistance of Augustus Harris Cypress | LAM. OFFICE at Gainesville. Fla.. )
,at Covent Garden.De April i-{. ls>88. /

Mille and Barnard are writing a new Laths etc. etc. : Notice is hereby given that the follow-

piece for Neil Burgess to replace "Widow Shingles, in -nameel settler has tiled notice of his A

Bedott" and "Vim." It will bring him forward j intention to make final proof in support

as a live Yankee.It Special attention given to all oreh'rBin'r Trade :Solicited.: Yard is loeated on the South Side of I, of made his& claim before, and that said proof nil be
Register and
is stated that Booth and Barrett will go West of the Grand View Hotel Titusville. at
Gainesvile, Fla., on June 15, 1SSS. vi/ : ,
to London season after next,or in l OO. They
i Thomas A. Jones, Palm Koach.
Fla.. I>.
will theatre play while for fifteen Henry weeks Irving at will the make Lyceum his -VVu P. :EiATCE3ETT: : A..gen."t.: i S. 210L for the \\'. A of S. W. i Sec. 19.

5: I a"(1TK' 4 of S. E. J Sec. U, Tp.H, S. 1:. 1
first tour through Germany.The -13 ...
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famous Meiningen players will surely I He names the following witnesses tn

come to America next season. Abbey, TITUSVILLE : COURT prove hi. continuous I'l'-illl'nl'l'upon. ami
Schoeffel & Grau will direct their engage- WEEK. cultivation of ai.llu"l."i/ : Roswell

ment, and they will appear at the Metropolitan 1\. Brown, George II. Charter. Palm

opera house, New York. i Beach Fla. Charles W.
-1>- ; Pierce. .Tame

FURNITURE STORE.Frosctier. i The people of Urevanl County. State of Florida, are hereby Summoned i Porter.' Hypoluxi] Flit

EUROPEAN JOTTINGS.The the : -. S. TrcKEi: Pegiter.NOTICE. i .
to appear at :Store of J. KIHXBAUM, Clothier, for the purpoe --
.I of Examining a full line of ---------- -
I .
postmen in England are beginning to i

complain of Sunday deliveries. I Spring Clothing : LASH OFFICE at Gainesville. FIt.,1.lpril10.lasS.

f A bill has been introduced in parliament A. i" "
1 to abolish the custom of resigning when a Hats : Notice is hereby given that the follow r

! member accepts office. I Shoes I ing-named settler has filed notice of his
II intention make
to tlna) in
; Two million five hundred thousand dollars I i proof support
Gents Furnishing Goods of his claim and that
said willlJe-
the British turf this
i will bo put up on coming l
made before A. A. '
i season in stakes alone. Trunks and Valises Stewart Cll'l'k.t
i Titusville. Fla.. on .JUIIO -ttfl, 1SSS. vlKzekiellJ. / ;
t The project to establish shipbuilding in Parlor Suites And<< judge for themselve as to CHEAPNESS, QUALITY and Nesbitt. ot Micco. Fla.. U.i .

SIainby English capital Mvms now to be NEATNESS.I i S. 2093, for the lot 1. :-t.c. ;, Tp. M.: S. a
perfect. It will begin; at Bilbao. K. :39 E.

The last private residence in the city of Bed Room Suites i will make a run t for a few days only in CHILDREN'S KNEE I lie name the following: witness to t

London, :21 Austin Friars, has been pullet; ] PANTS, aces from -l to 1'2 years, :at TWENTY-FIVE: CENTS PER i prove his continuous; residence upon and

down to Lv replaced by other buildings.; PAIR I and all other ( Joods; in proportion. I cultivation of said land vi.lolui' I*. ,
Beach, Robert '1'. Smith. V. Ole- Atitj
Russia Strange;; than come it may out seen of, more it. Between pooplo cut 17J-.r( Beds, Mattresses, |I Having ju>t returned from the North where I have: made a Good, i mentie, James II. Doyle, of Micco. Fla.

:Selection: and all to he suited. No 1. S. C. rucKKi
of one are Mire funny business. 'all : :. KejrNter.All .
and l'sl the number emigrants was\000j000. __
and the number of Immigrants l 1-t.-.oeI, nX O. Springs and convince our.M-lves: at
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J3 BJrR. person having claim agaiun the
BA U1\L[
estate James L. den
And everything in the FUKMTUJJKJ!l )'
:, county, deceased are hereby
total Indian population of the United ". line. Call andee the New Stock t:: j{ THE ONE PRICE CLOTHIER ; present: them, properly authenticated.requiredto

States is i47,ill. ; '' ,ju The estimated number of Indians in Second Door East of Indian River BanK, TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. i II )U. )ll11or S. ,Jolll':,. County Judge ofi
Keep" full Mipply of metallic and wooden :
Alaska is i
-- - --- i i county or to the undersigned, or
The Indian agencies of the United Statesare ; : this notice will stand in bar of payment ;
Coffins Cases and Caskets.
sixty-one in number. TITUSVILLE CASH STORE : and also persons owing' aid estate an

The number of Indian church members in Funerals attended if de ir'd. All or-j j I requested to make immediate settlement

the Unifc-d States is *,(/?. dcr promptly executed, and at rea,ona- j rn KT) .& STEKTtE, i 1* with the undersigned.: MAKY A. LOWHEX.

The number of houses occupied by Indian rates. Embalming lloll('. 22 i 1
Is Acknouledired Headquarters fur This 2.'hl: of April. lS :S. Xt-st
the --
United States is 21,25i -- -- ---- ---

living The number on and cultivating of Indians in lands the United is t), il3.States BEAUTIFUL RIVER FRONT : Fine Groceries Notice of Application to Become a Fresi

The number of Indians in the United II I 4 I i Dealer,

States who w'ar'itiz u$' dress is :t'l,2l.: ATFORCED f Notice i is hereby given, in conformity
fi i ALWAYS ox 1IA.XD.ALSO I with law.: that the subscriberill.. upon
The number of Indians in the United States
I the 31st day of May. .\. I.1ss. make
who canalt Indian is lOO'!;.
languages SALE. honorable
I i application to the Judge: of
The number of Indians ii the United Italian Vi11a: Paints: : : the Circuit Court for the Sey-utli.Judi-

States who can read Kuglis-h is butI )j. I vial Circuit of Florida. ISrevard county
W"ll.ltO Load Sorosono
There are ten Indian training school*, K>- land : for a license to take charge of and manage -
:G-i acres ofldgh dry beautifullysituated I
rated in different I,1.1't.of the United Stair least B.avv her own estate, and to become a tree:
ou Indian Uiver. Gives at ( and OBoiloca.: Xjix: .soocS. Oil
Indian reservations in ISu i in the UniudStates a quarter mile liver front. Will be sold I dealer in every respect.

amounted to :!l.,-tG square miles ap at least ."0 per cent. l leis than any land Cotton Sood Meal and Bran. :!. TIII.IK HATCHLTT..idiiilnlstratoraiul .

proximately. of like nature on the river. We are | I
Hay., Grain: Feed an.c1.Fer'tl.1izers. f.'iinr ordered to sell, and sell we must. .
Probably the oldest violin in the United 1 I
Address or call on : To all jr/iw/i it innij ('cbfltl
States is owned by Rev. W. :M. eauchamp,
I Take Notice that six month's after date
of Baldwinsville, N. Y. It was found in the Clias. I). Sweet, Null ::1:1.110: of Nn.l.1s.: will apply to the Honorable Minor
which dissolved l1 I
ruins of Glastonburg Abbey, was
in 1538. It was brought to this country Manager REED & STEERE. I S. Jones County .ledge flf Rrevanl County $
Florida, for my final discharge from mvadmini
and I
seventy-five years ago, antiquarieswho Indian River Real Estate Agency, .. of the of SarahF.11'oolfldeeea.rdand
;trator>hiii t>tate
have examined it are of the opinion ALL GOODS GV VRA- TEED..gents : from lIarclian.
dates back to the Twelfth century.A TITUSVILLE, FLA. :!5 ruv.
.\ for Bowker and Davidge Fertilizers.Clyde's : hip of William \\\>oltl'; late an infant
curious, lucrative trade in Paris is that ; but now of full ajre.

of "knot maker," or "tyer of cravats." The -- i Dated this :!ind day of Ftbruarv. .\. I). '

trade flourishes chiefly in the season when POTTER New York Charleston and Florida 1SsS.
there are dinners balls, soirees and receptionsin f i JAMES M. P. POOL,
every corner of the capital. The good I .
: : i Administrator! of the estate of Sarah F.Woolff'
"knot maker" jumps into his cab and is Steamship in.e_ I ; deceased! and guardian of
whirled around to his customers, doing hi l William Woolff minor.
business in an incredibly brief space of time. Real Estate Dealers, i The Elegant Steamers: of this Line are appointed to :ale .
Articles of Incorporation of

Lake Worth Dade Co., Tla. I FROM JACKSONVILLE, 1! the Halifax and Indian Illv- ;y

John Perry, of Ironton, O., advertised a SEMIXOLE (New) Tliur-day, May 3.1 1, }(.:OO a in er Ilalluay Coiiipanj-

mythical monthly paper and lottery, and no Late Worth. Florida is tbe most tropical part of CHEROKEE, (New). Thursday, May loth, .>:f>0 p m :; Be it known,that 1\'e bOle name are subscribed
one drew ..
anything but himself. His prizes the State. It lies parallel with the ocean beach is SEMINOLE (New). Thur,day, :May: 17th, 8:30 am hereto, have formed and organized, and by tht.prt'.ents !
Were form and ourselves into a
a pair of bracelets and a large iron pen, :2: miles lone, of an average width of one mile, is CHEROKEE, (New). Thursday, May 24th, 3:00 p m corporation under the organize provisions of an ad of the
Presented the an inlet, and is no- ,
the with by
by United ocean
The States marshal. where over three-quarters of a mile from the ocean. SEMINOLE, (New). Thur clay, May :list, S:30a mFROM Legislature- of the State cf Florida. approved _July
house committee on labor i 19. 1ST 4. entitled an act to provide in nlerallaw
be excelled
has The fiUhine and hunting cannot pompano : A r.f railroad and canal*."and
: : FEB.N for the incorporation
reported a bill which proposes to blue fish s-ea trout barracuta. sheephead and i'I said theretofor
of Legislators amendatory
protect free labor from the effects of convict other fine fish being easily caught by trolling: or Every :-ouneIayftf'rnoon: any the purpose of constructing, maintaining and
labor by confining the sale of the goods, with a net Deer and wild turkey: are rlentitul in operating a railway for public use in the conveyance
the chain of fresh water
woods beyond
the pine .'eftorurival of the .
Wares and
and of rsona property.We
merchandise manufactured by Lake Worth. Beautiful cocoanut
lakes which lie west of .
.ai.ll.'t and its amendmentsas
convicts to the state in which they are groves are in bearing all along the shores of adopt and accept r
pros and Co.'s TrainLe:1.inf of Raid aJIlln 'Or-foru;
Florida Railway Navigation the charter con-oration
duceti I the lake and guavas, mangoes, sapadillo alligatorpears ity thereto luake and igtt three articies'of incorj> lime Jamaica apples. i *
arpfes. Spanish '
: sugar
La wrenceburg, Ind., Fourth district Deci- tree maamee apples, ration. The name of raid corporation the Hal
I umarmds. coffee goosberry Jacksonville 2:4" .
at railway
: : : p. m.YEMASVEE ifai and Indian River Railway Company. aid t
indorsed Gray for vice president, i! wanmee sapoUa almond, dates', figs oranges' ; i* to be constructed maintained and operated 4
prayed for a continuation of Grover, re- limes, lemons citron and all kinds of tropical truits : Sun.byra..> nth i I YEMlF.E Sunday. Mir SOthDLL.OVARE : from the city of Daytona in Volusia county, to a 1
flowers doing finely here. This ill the meeteastern l.tb DELAWARE Sand.,. May: -,7th i ,
nominated ;, and are Sunday.: May l I | the Indian River in lirevard county a
Congressman Holman for the point on i
of Florida bring 100 miles ea>t of '
thirteenth time, and approved the world longitude part of Jacksonville This brings the gulf steamers appointed to ail from Pitr'jy, Ka-t lh-'r. New York, distance constructed of about and operated slits imle in the Said conntieiof railway Vohmaand wtil b.:

In general and the Democratic party in Stream neartrto the land here than at any otl er Brevard, the Mate of Florida 1
par- in
: M.
and o'clock P.
ticular. part iltbe coast. and thus insure tle most a'en I Every Tuesday Friday at The capital tock of aid company in .i' bur.1 -
Milligan temperature of any place in the United States. A The freight: and pafnpor acooimnotlutionsnre un"urra- ('tl. avers attention will \f tIred thousand dollars flJO.ClJfJ, divided into sit
of Darbyville, 0., who was Urge acreage i< put m garden. truck every winter II bu,.imis- entrusted tothiline.Direct thousand shares of one hundred dolKr each.The .
tarred given
and feathered for eloping with Mrs. from 15,0ou to::O.C0 be-to all hipments from New York via Clyde'- Florida Line, Pier:!?, Eat! Klvtr. director of aid company. who hall manage
"oddroe which bring
bays he only took her as security iug grown every year stort'Snt For further information apply to its affair for the fire year or until their *.nee.e.oraare
for SUO back wages due from Doddroe. The $5.00 offices per are conn'nietlI..otlJ bushel. Good hotels of all nze:+ and pricessecured pot I I J. .\. >TEA1, .Apent .. -I. A. LF LIE, .Apent, chosen. are fine in number follow, and their naroeaand
Fernaiulina, Fla. N W. L'avt..lackse'nville, Fla. places of residence are all :
neighbors think the spring suit and horsewhip by the above firm who Lave almost all of GFN'L AJT: ITtJIT J. WHITE. Ormond.FKNK .
i.I t'0'lwill., in I T11EO. G. KGEU, Tniffic Manager, WM. 1' CLVl: & CO.,
contributed by them will about even the beet land to cell 1 artier bu the ing ;i> Droatiway, N. Y. li: xnith Whaives, Philadelphia,3.: ) Uroadw y, N. 1'. W. SA>H. New f nyrea.:
things short time, more than double j.unhae money. *. Jackoonvilie. Florida. WILLIAM a WATSON, JackrOimU.
1 M. IKOXMOXGEU.: Jr. OfeneialTratehuK
up Mulligan was arrested in bed Lots range from 5 to 10 acres all fronting on Lake I \MTELR CUTEK. ..
with his inamorata, Mrs. Doddroe, at the Worth. Prices from $::(' to $300; an acre. AnyonewMiuie Since last season VENTILATORS have been constructed on the iron steamers for the I JOHN T. SALTEK. Xew.Vwrt ('..*.
bong house in Circleville list night. finther. intoriaanou enclose sUmp to the better transportation of Oranges and Vegetables. 1 t March IT, lJj"*. 4<.....
They are now in the city calaboose. ab



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i1-ICI.'I l'I I'JIX. I -:Mr. E.r.. Hall, tax collector, 'wa -Our Gcorgiana items are compelled f i,. ron /?.!/./: Indian River

J in town on Monday. to be deferred until next week. A tract ot land on Indian nin'r in the Bakery
1/ advertising insulted in this column for five j county uf Url'\'ar.1. eon-i.-tiim:: otv: < ,

r'oriCE The t.udcrfoillui-: t.. : daughters left here on Wedne-day morning officers Rockledge hdllll Saturday: of the northea quarter of Motion ::J. TITUSVILLE. FLORIDA.

a landing t*>-them a copy ol the Iwiix pay Ktnr anyone Sun I for the north. Mr. G. :'. Ilardee wa re-elected mayor; and lot Xc). .'>. beim::: the outhwet: 4iiar- ,' Fresh Bread, Cakes and
fi.-..*japr of a date bttwtfu Jiiue 2-1th. leaf! and ter of the northwe-t quarter of -"t'dillu Confectioner,
:\le .r*. L. A. Gintrra and J. Wooten, .
-Dr. of ; : .
dollars : i.t
July Sltli. 1W. the cum of fire 1500 Hughlett, Hockledge, cameup i.
'jj.; both in ttlwnhillatlmh.: ran_e :kl .
Jones & William Sohntors. Tituille.. Ha. Councilmen II. WilkSn-on, reelectedtown ISOsTON; I'KIAl:
; til; :.
Wedne-day ,
on evening'steamer
.VTAXF luoilw-WautwL :Apply to G. II.ltrfe. t'l*t. Thi ia vertleirahle piece othammock. '\\ ;'jllILK
.\ REEs. T.tuo\111.-; ______ ..__ and left this morning for Jacksonville.Mr : ] clerk; 1'.11. stripling, marshal and I I.T. ,' :O-flilut rich quality.unable :\ IIK\I: : : 1.\IIE:

IXIl SXLlfT m the town 'It C-K-OA" on Indian liner Dickon a"e**'lr. There wa--ometalk for the raiinof:: all tr ')pu-al fruitl'.. TO nii Ki: :
an iraproTi ht lV)i*:W fH't. containing about Mu= enden, si-ter Mrs.M.. P. situated i the X.irr 11carLuo Tartu14.1: -. I'l i :.., *', r. .'. fur0 _
of the election but it i- at nv>. in'*toi1ltt. tcair .i.
100 buddwl orange tre-*. tt-arly all in l*>arin and Robbins who } the winter contesting; .. and .m. I.t. ii \.tu: \. 1.I.t) .
may season : vi *t
spent : ::
Willell + eah. For
cheap fur .
nevral other kind- ofbcann* fruit trees ; also a thouerht that thi* will be given H. ilthi.a.i.4 I. v.ra.' t- j.-i. ::. *
.fKIol.ton bouw* I'll feet with riaza--, end : at Titu-vile! left for the north yesterday up. particular addre: Prices for Hotels
+ kitcben. and goal well of water Price $2.(0) For I Special Restaurants,Etc.
K. M. LOW.Sept. .
*,od.aYlonldJrt: : S M:* F A. James, palm morning. in.o.\--risc'ini:. (,. I..TH 1:1:. l1'uH'h'lur,
ttearh. Ha. : : :'J. Hroc-ktun, Ma--.
CALL on A. V. HIFC.k-(; 'rguta.:Indian Rjver, ; -Quite an enjoyable time wa- had at Married, at eight clock this (Thursday : ., .
.1. J'IlTtll1:11.1'1' -u ' ricer School front and: terms Chnrrb are at foUY liand for mail cash and to trans set- I I an impromptu dance at "'a er'- Hall on i ) morning: at the re-idenco of the;I w 'I. IIIIW,. I' .

l' irtation f.tcihtie dally The [,bee ls ht-altLful, Tuesday evening. The party di-per-ed bride parent, in Titu-ville, by the : INDIAN RIVER ART GALLERY

-levatfd FOR ::0 and days r1.acant.we will'-offr-10 acres of nh ham t i about twelve o'clock. He.J no. Foy, :Mr. A. :'. Dixon, of1': INDIAN RIVER BARK

tnort land. fronting 16 rods on Lake Worth on the ; Cocoa :Mi.. Ficher.We .
-Mrs. G. W. Tyler] and family left' lIphie1.
fast side of same and in the center of the "t'ttlt'-I riCKKXS TTKXKK{ Tihl" ilk. I'loiiila.
ll1t'nt-a bunt ful built: site and a I here yesterday for El Dora on the Hillsboroutrh congratulate the newly married
Twtnjert. for ?3txut .'all .u or address Port 01' F A GENERAL EANKLNG BUSINESS
Potter. Lake Worth i ade('ount\. Fla 4 I river, where she will remain couple and wi-h them many yearof unalloyed : IJholuj/"u phrl', TRJLV

----- -- I with her brother, Mr. J. S. ,r at-on. i happine: Mr. and :Mrs. Dixon ; I- now prepared to do anything: in the SACTED.
1,01'tL I.itOMCS. I }Ex.'hUH h.i:::lit zings -oil. -1..1. ."
j jIr. -Quite a largealligatorwa-di-covered :, started for City Point to.lay'heft' they i Picture line. 11I.'lnll'. :&tt"1IIioll ::::1\ '-11 to,'oil,.,-in. ,- | ,..u: ,
111 u'lih.,1 "ii rti-t iimrtWDfi- tn ,
i : -.1\ _
-:\ John Mellor, of Eau Gallic, wa-s I clo-e to Mr- Wager'houo, on Tue-day have a plta-ant home in a Florida orange .I View on Ea-t "o\.t, and Indian Iliver Malik,. t'urp, "irati4ii,,. 1t1lIIIIhjlua. :-. |:,.;,
I ot: allot\ l on turn- li'JM>-HJS -
in town on Tuc- Jay, I IIr. afternoon. After a -harp clia-e it wa1captured r : grve.GREAT a Specialty.Ha
and in the ri\c-r. the only Authorized I'IIOTUMIAHI lOO.OOO LOAN
roped, placed
-:\ >. II. Hay vi-ited Oak 11111lat
tn -t.dIIt'all.t'h'.
Work -tarted )Ir. E. L.
; Friday and Saturday.3Ir. I wa- on that ha* ever been made "durin-j their

-: \rd-cr left fur hihome: at Antonia Brady's newtore yesterday. :Me-r- I AM determined to reduce mylock ;' travelOrder by mail receive (promptattention. ; .tth arse molt 1I1")n u\'ail1t- t':1.I, ,t..

China and Larkins have ju-t returned I -19-nut! ,. .11..n-.1'r ...... I. '.
Conn., on Tue-day morning. and make omeweeping reduction : .
Knitl all of
un jmrts Lnrup.
from where have been >
Rockledge; they price; of good-, already -.ld] ('))000; ('. for !
-Mr. Ilowell Titu ha* purcha-e: the I A. M. Hamilton & Co. liuiiuilone: at JU'.II\ il.i -

t fine horse anti burn; owned by :Mr. II doing some contract work. i I, ca-h down. Good; for l Gt 0 flay- only. If' }:\'.TV 'favor eon-l.tent \\ .t1!. 'P". .

:Mr. S. the Seba-tian !' : : baitkinir, duviiiilhi.. Ild.1 _it i
Kitching, merchant wi-h little tide TITUSVILLE FLORIDA
I-:. hill of Cocoa. yon to save : you over ,
.. : utI( :*l'u l'I-\'O': : iKtnkot.l.Kk-ot.v ,",
pa -ed through our town lat the the dullne call and in\e-t .. .
-ummer WIii.I.ah! 1I'aJt.- in .Iarkou\'. Ha. 'lh *tabltI| \ ,
Another which viited
fi-hing party, i Saturday 011 his way to England on j at once. It will pay to lay i in a ;good!' lank New \t ik.
the Haulover] on Sunday, returned with : '
bu-inc Hi> brother, Walter, takes ; Indian
-upply.Uet River
a fine catch of li-h. i iI Oysters C. C. :ElAIGHT,
charge of thetore and 1 post office in hi-, quality, full weight, :;lu. tomatoe : ,

>on't forget the entertainment atp'ager's I abeuce.We. .............................................. I:! (. '' Contractor & Builder
i V I S J J 1.\ Ii \\OKTII: l\l. ( It. 1'1.\
Hall tn-ni ht.clmi.ion, 23c.Cliildrcn ; .
made a mistake in saying that j j l Choiceu" (glen, former f price i Hoii-e-. ot all kindbuilt ntlnrluday
10 cent. :!(O ct*., at....... l">c.j .
or on cuntraet.
Mr. J. F. Reed was continuing the bu-i- Green Turtle and Game. want's <<
-Capt. C. F. Fischer and wife expectto j E\aj apples. I'!\c. : done in any part ot the MatMMM|
nesfor Mr. H01lertIornm'
who i-i the } ..
'_' \11111'1\.1'\ .. w ill ee.eivc work i ltarUlh.'cl.1.- a 1. tt )II.>u
start for Xew York in few j Evap. jtearformer price ;Oct. lJc. J l piouipt ami.iu'Flit :tt-
a dayfor a- i ignee of the firm of )Ie -r-. Reed and ; j tt'ntion. \\lu-llu-r hy test graph, : for !lade, in jjood! loeatiouatbai..n.: ..
two or three mouth. Steere. Mr. Morrow i attending to the 1 Evap Apricot-: ? :;0ct... -'0e.<' j jI litter or i>ei-on. 1'; prices. .".;!-.snug

I Dried HMct.N..-. I I -- -- -
-A sewing machine, belonging to Mr.Weiser busine's him-elf. i iBihop apple ? :
' ii i Dried jxache*,. $c. I IiI j jj TITUS HOUSE A. I. Hatch S Son
was rallied on Monday night, : Weed will arrive at I i j ... : ,
and bIr.. Fred The winning Tituj511u j! .\ lot of cranberry sauce nice ;good-, i
won Lo-ley. -
\' on Thursday, the :11-t in-t., and at j,i former price "i''ict-. at.. -'.">c. I'I'i Titusville :
Indian River Florida.
number was 42.: ,
that time will confer the rite-of : "
confirmation .>lb. bucket- jellie'c.;<' DRY GOOD'MOTIONS

-1110 citizen of Cocoa have taken thenccesary upon tho-e" candidate who are {: and butters. :
nib. pre-erve-: jam, ( E:. 11. 11' nm. Jll'UiU'h'hu'. ,
tep--> toward incorporating properly prepared. Theervice will beheld '! former prices, :11.'c." ,,I

that town. Taxpayerget ready to in the evening, at the new church.iU.uilieiently Two gal. bfct.. pickleformer price 1!! Large Airy Rooms ; Excellent Cui- Hardware, Crockery. Saddlery.

open your joeket-ljook-. completed ; if not, :Itrl'r's >I.>.-., at.?. :31.:..">. sine. Stationery. Family Medi-

\ Hall'. i ol b. kit, mackerel!, former price cines, Garden SetJs.
Mr M. 1-:. Jone of Flint
Georgia, i
B.l1f<>'o I, ;... S!. >". 1 This well-known Iluu-e i i- now opts

is pending a few week in Tituvilleviiting -Deputy United State Malml Yin- Reduct-on-: many other good- toonttluerou for the reception
her on, Judge M. S. Jones, at zant, of Jack-onville, arrived here la-t to mention. I -" -- Hay, Corn, Mapes Fertilizers.

hi rc-idenee in 'tinljeain.Judge Friday to take Peter Reddick and hi-
? On winter or dark -td.o-: of calico, I GRAND VIEW HOTEL ('1'1'.01 :\1" M.Oltli) ,.
E. K. For-ter of Orlando] accomplice named Brown to .Jack-(j11\'iIle
: I go Ml- worth 7c. and sc., willell for ;>c. -

was in town la-t Friday attendingto for the robbery of the po-t office at :i Xow lain -t.ick for fall and winter. TITUSVILLE.. FLA. EACOTT & Co.
herill' Bowman turned the
the land i the Ge-orgiana. ,
di-pute over
Boringproperty I ]Reductionweeping, in fancy colored -

located near I negro Brown over to liarhas'inz:int, | l-hirt-- and wool overhirt-. -tl-- TITI'S\114I l:. 1'14 \..

-Mr. G. II. .\JtrWJ.s deputed to but refu-e to let him have Peter Red Reduction- clothinir, hathoc, and t Tie most centrally localei Hotel in City. TIN' SHEET-IRON WORKERS
dick, ahe i i. State: prioner.Fire ,
('ollcctlibcriptlons for the Fourth of I many other ;goodRcmemlier -. -0-

July Regatta and Sportat Tituville, caught the roof on the kivchen ) a dollar ln'cl i ia dollar
I \i-\v jiorsn: FI P.s 1' CL.1Ss INi
and left for that purpo-e Tue-day's by the editor of the STAR Monday made. ,
steamer.Mrs.. noon, and but for the prompt action I My -tock is to i large and inu-t be fl'I i .J//.Ilflli1l1Jltllll'iIti.' <>]' J'i"ll'tur.

-: Eacott and daughter ]left Titu- of those who responded to the call would duceil. Open all)) the year round. Table Unurpa -

..ed. Bath Koom. Free.nriAE .
undoubtedly have con-umed the build I -
ville la-t week to spend the summer at Your

Urbana, Ohio, and in ('OI -'''luence thereof ing. About twenty bucket of water t'uly, nah.. '.!.:)o & $a.oo IH'r Ita)'. i 1 Galvanize J Work & Rejairim of all \\A
:Mr. Ecott is about the mo-t lonely I extingui-hed the fire. :\Ir-. Wager and I IIATI 1'1:1''III .

in town. Mi-s Clapper acted with great promptitude I' i Location : :II.\IN: ST.. near Ui rr.
McGlashan \\.T.
J. S.
in the i J. MILLER. Proprietor. 44
supplying watertoextinguish
-Mr. II. B. JItr-ey. at the Signal Service I
Station, has reeehed a new Hammond -

type-writing machine within the -Capt. O. S. Porter and wife, of Lake i DOIH. tnOiiIci' ouhort Notltf. ROBBINS & GRAHAM,

last few days to facilitate hi* voluminous ] Worth, pa--ed through l IK're last] Saturday I .
and -'
Roofing Guttering a Specialty.
-..... .
corre-pondence. I on their way to Xew York, where : -">.... -
I TIT"\.I.l:. I'LDOS .\. 1.
-llev. James Bolton. of the :M. j their son is quite ill with pleuri-y." On I Ii
their arrival here they received a telegram AR.NING-: : REAL ESTATE BROKERS & LOAN AGENTS
1-:. Church :South will cotiduct services i
-tating that he was improving.
as follow : City Pc'lintIay 20th at 11a. 'r Oh iMe'UMl!) I'.Y COMMION! ....,', .,... .
They expect to be absent, perhaps, two .e, in the N'TtU ad ertt-itg: t"> par Ur:'el >.:
in., and at Titusvillearne day, at >ru...-> for Hiilfu. Furs ami Skmhut t11 your t tpuiilt '--
monthCapt.. Porter noticed) the remarkable at hum l''i' 1.1./lU..t |iriif" Mnp them to i!
;:::0 p. m., at the Court Houe.Mr. LANDS BOUGHT AND SOLD.
1 growth of Titttvilleinee a C. E. PONTIER & Co.
1'1.. Fi-her wa married latSiturdayto I l :
I year ago when here.At I i II Oil.uulo 11a.. bur :;'J7 : nl' Tam pa. ri.i.. I II I Loans Negotiated on First Class Security at from 12 to 24 per cent.
I box :i/1. !.i
i daughter: of Mrs, M. )Ietz er.r e.extend i the entertainment given at Sanford I WANTED TO err Choice lots:; in rapidly growing; Townwillnd inv *t"r* 1 <' |* r
on Tue-day week, on the occa-ion
I congratulations to the happy I lwouti tort-"I1. Salk cent in twi-lvc month

j couple. The llev. Mr. Foy performed of the cloying the public schools] the i! ALLIGATOR SKINS. K'*iiU'iicilot* in Titu\ilk- from :3H: I > uj to .Slixio.15iiiiu ) .

the ceremony. Sanford ju9-Allifinrrt, in referring to I HERON PLUMES -*-- lot iroiuSJ": n to 8:.".IIP.

the taken by Mr. G. H. AItree's
-\lr llapj*)ldt, of New York, who part I i! AND BIRD SKINS OF ALL KINDS I,
youngetitcr: :-1)'- : The Wife':* for Florida Lands.i
1 In* been pending the pa-t few months hoiiKlit. in st-a-on V11''tdtluli'lit \1 application [I I Agents Southern Railway .
Story, by J pretty little Jennie Altree, I IMtreiKe :-First National Lank ot 'laui .a. For I|
with her cousin, MrM.. E. Titus, further intoruaatioii ,all ou <>r address I'. 1-: :
was a temperance lesion] and was one of C > Orlando. Fl .. Box JJ7
I I'ONriLlt < : '
btartetl for Georgia on Saturday ]la-t, and | or lamp Ha: IJ..Xo: .,..::-.tIuI i i i than :;;.<<)( -.OtlO- ) Amof, 'hoie Lanais, located in nt-arly -nj
the )e-t of all. She ahno-t brought tear ;j
will leave there for Xew York in about l TII- --"- ---- j county in the State, suitable for Farming, Cira inj:, Fruit anti'rgt'talk!
to the of her audience during the \()
eyes 1 I | tllli
two week- time. I Growing-Pine, ( 1 press and Cedar Timber price ?1 Pl.rt.ft.-
recitation, and elicited hearty applau-e LAM OFFICE atiaiiie-ville. Fla.. ) j upward*.
-We had the plea-ure of a call, on at its clo-e." May 12. 1SSS. J j

Thursday la-t, from Mr. Julius Tyler, I Notice i i"laerelnin)1I that the following j P. O. Box :-JoO( Titu-ville., Florida.
-.Judge Minor :::. Jones, Monday .n:1Ined settler has filed notice of his !>
trca-urer of the Florida .
CanningCo. la-t, in-tructed his attorney, Arthur F. I! intention to make final proof in support 1 s.

who left for hi- home at Xew haven, j S. WilliamEq., to bring suit against i i;j of his claim and that said proof wiil he i iI A. A. STEWART, GEO. M. BOBBINS. WALTER S. GRAHAM.Clerk .
made before the Clerk ot Circuit Court |
Coun., on Friday accompanied by hi- I I M. l>
t our contemporary, the Indian Hirer JVv, i'I at Titusville. Fla.. on July 13. l. j Circuit Court. Atty. at I. iw.
,,ife.Ir.. Tyler] thinks there will be 1 i
to recover damagefor libel in the sum \"iz.\ : ThomsonVet.. of Jupiter. FJa..
considerable! building) going on at Fort II. }:. 17010. for the lots 1 awl 2.,3( and 4. :
j jof $IO', Pierce next winter. I i, see. ;>.j, tuwll-hip 30 south range 42 ea-t. OF TITLE .
[I brought, and we understand that the !1 He name the followingitnesseto1; I

There will be an entertainment atWaset's following coun-el] will the : hi-a continuous residence upon and '
represent prove Abstracts of Title furnished to all land In IIrf
: Hall tonight; (Thursday) consisting I ; cultivation of. 5 aitllanl.'il.ii :
plaintiff: Judge; E. K. Fo-ter and E.JR. i Eugene \Voillard. of Jupiter; W.0.. Marti count', Florida.

of recitationtableaux and Guuby, of Orlando and Sanford ; j Tauere. of Jupiter : Thoma Tornati. of

music, both vocal] and in-trumental, the J. II. Allen, of Orlando ; I). I. Gaulden !, Ankona ; John Kobeits. of Jupiter. 1'Ia. : Titles Examined and Perfected.

proceeds to be devoted to the completionof : and Arthur F. S. Williamboth of our ". 4 S. c. TrcKEi:, Kegister.OTIC : !i;i Box 250 Titusville Fla.

the Fpi-copal Church. The admi-- : town, and po--ibly another person may I' \ *R. I ___ __ ..._ -
ion i< only 2"> cents, anti we hope to n-e : be retained for counsel
: Lvxt OFFICI at laiIH: -\ llt"ra.. > ; THEf
a forge attendance. Children, 10 cents j i -Oer300 excursionists from Sanford 1 May 1'. 1S. / WE CALL ATTENTION

only. j and vicinity took advantage of the 1 Notice i is hereby given that the follow-)) !
cheap Of the people of Indian River to ourtn.k of ( ;.HI41-,
; inn; IIed settler Ila.rile; ) notice of his:
"i -The new milrolll chooulo went into rate on Tuesday and vi-ited Rockledge; intention to make final proof in supportof I which we are offering at very clo-e margin.We .

f operation on :Monday morning. There the fare for the round trip being only his claim and that aid proof will be make -peciiilty of

is one train outgoing and one arriving dollar. The excursion train arrived i made betore Clerk of Circuit Court at

each day, viz. : train going north ]leave j lone I here about eleven o'clock, and consistedof Titu-ille.Abraham I.Fla.. IJruner.. ou July 01 Gt'or:3rd.;IS ian:1.*S.'iz.Fla.. .: : Groceries Grain Hay and Flour

at G:30 a.m., and returns at CGO p. m., ten passenger ears loaded, drawn by : D, >. 2051. for the lots J.1; and 5. sec. ,

giving us connection with the fast Cuban engine Xo. 13;: with Mr. C. Rhoad at the j 2:). tp. 23 south lange ;37 east. ,
snail Theteamer ]leaveshere I lie names the following witnesses to On which we nil give pecial inducement We carry a largetuck of
Rockledge throttle. This i is the ]largest -
pa enger
piove his continuous" residence upon
at sit a. in. for Melbourne and intermediate train that has run into Titu-ville: and ;, aud cultivation of. sa'ul laud viz. : ) GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS, BOOTS AND SHOES, HATS AND CAPS, ETC,

point ; returning; ]leaves extended from the shore nearly to Ham Irving D. I1i*cock. uf Ilorti, Fla. ; to
ilton's restaurant when drawn out on I William D Owen of fieorgiuna. Henry 1 Which we are offering at low figure*. Those need ins -!lloe will tind it greAtly

Melbourne at one p, in., arriving at I the railroad wharf. We recognized quitea I Fish: of Ueorgiana., It. If. Hurcht el. l their interest to give us a call as we are selling shoes very low.p'e .

Titusville at seven o'clock the tamer i number of our Sanford friends among of Cieorgiana. Fla. will] be pleased to quote price at any time.S .

veiling. I the number. 4 St. TtCKEK, Kegister. E. L. BR.ADY cb: :aRO.a .