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 24, 1888


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


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

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University of Florida
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Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
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Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)


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Close of the La( range School. The County Contention. i;, This report was! rend and adopted and !i Eau Gallic Items.Mr. statement, of accounts with tho-e person

after extending its thanks to the Chair- Chas. is with who hold stock in the Association, and ?
Friday, the 11th of May, 1888, the The County Convention, pursuant to i Young pushing on
On and ; for kindness in
man Secretary their
LaGranjre school completed a session of call, met at the Court House, last Thursday +i acting in their relative position the'! his contract of clearing land for Mr. the report of the treasurer, Mr. I.. ('.

month The teacher in charge of at the hour named in the call. The i Convention adjourned. j Treutler.Mr. Oliver.
pix l
rchool during this time was Miss! body; of delegates was called to order by -- ---- Frank Turner is champion fisher STATOIKNT OF .tC(1)t NT': .

Jennie the B. Gray, of this place. Mr. I). L. Gaulden, chairman of the Ex- II (btu.tury Ink nrnJ .. of Eau Gallic, and he is not stingy over I ---- .:.. I... ..;:,--

These: six months are a year in the ecutive Committee, and temporary or- j Rain again. Please: don't explain. : his game. Keep it up, Frank. ; Maker of :
Xote. = i iA..1. : :5i
I'Chool1ife of our children. A few moreJiort ganization was made by electing Capt. I IW. Tomatoes are over. It is a great pity, !' The Me: :'rs. Hodgson are receiving % i : ;:

sessions and then these children II. Sharpe as temporary chairman 1 for it will throw out of ;8:1.
so people
I many ; material for the hull of a new steamer, HulluHI...... :)11 t) OO : ; : 1G tt
will be ethic men and women, who and )Ir. Charles. II. Nauman, secretary i I employment. '! to be ready for the fall business.Mr. .1. It Turnl......... 50 00;; 2..00 :?;; 00T.

will give life and tone to our social A motion for the chair to appoint a Mr. James Began has returned to his I '\'. Smith.......... ;,0 no [)4'>)> 00 ,
..TohnleAlli..ter and the Messrs. :
fabric. In tho e days they will unfold j committee of five on credentials being II home in South Carolina. He L. J. H. in'on... ;4)t Otl) :tt; It) l3.Sl: t
y sentiments ha11'n'l llodg-on will have quite a quantity of L. A. Singleton.....: :)4) 00')' !t)1 i 20 SlGeo.
with power the moral re- carried, the following named per-ons on the river a little over a year, pineapples to ship this season-!should .. )1. Hobbin....: :)1) lIO :!t t-1 2.i 0.;
I .
tired and the mental habits acquired were selected, viz. : Kobt. Morrow, M. S. made many friends during.his stay. Of the .\. 1.j-. rolcr.: ............ :rt I' 00. 2s 02 J.I CI. r'
nothing happen to injure
in school. A teacher takes our school Sams, G. S. Hardee, Thos. II. Sanders course he is coming again and intends II crop. 1.11. \Iartin........ rlu 00' :!'t O K,t :.t 15
and hut the Mr. Geo. Sears and family left for P. D. 11'cssotl......... ,')0 tKl lit iO 3l gu
months : away, and Rufus B.
, for six goes Stewart. bringing his mother with him to make : 3
the school remains lives I Miami last week in the Vixen, George t 11' t". Norwool.... ,')0011 1I.liil ::;:8::;
After brief the Committee
impress upon recess on Florida their home. Gleason in command. This will Valentine (iailer... at) 00 1:i OU ::i IK IH.
j family
acts through liftand perhaps through Credentials submitted their report as! Mis Nannie and Fannie Sanders l left I 1 c. Sl'rimgl'ulJr... 2.- Oil I; 25i 18 75
be much missed in small
generations. :Such reflections were certainly -I follows : That the following persons are j! our community. Peter M. Fi: hl.r..... ;10 (1)' W 25, 83 751V.
their home for
I Courtney Georgia on
a source of comfort to parents and I It I entitled to seats in this Convention : j I :\[Treutler was quite ill during the C. c. liranning :;000, 1 OOjIn 00
the inst. be
21st They expect to gone Geo. W' Mackenzie .i0 00 5 45 011
when, on Friday, they witnessed i From Titu\'il1e-)1. fo:. Jones. E. B. past week, but i is now convalescent, 001 (.
t, friends several months visiting their many 1). (t Birnbaum.... 25 00t, 1 tj: :!Ot tR
the noble work accomplished, and the Wager, Robert Morrow to cast two votes, relatives in Hawkinsville and Cockran. thanks to a good constitution and kind 11. Ray............ ;,11 00; W\;.: :::l 74J.

deep influence exercised over the schoolby II' and A. A. Stewart.St. Their friends here will miss them neighbors. Dr. Fee, of Melbourne, was I' F. Hl>eJ............, flO 011 W(; i7: :38: 78

' the teacher. Never before did we see Lucie-James A. Rus>ell, Tho! .J. many attending physician.: Itr.. HowelL...... ;,000, S a;: 41 Ii
'II and anxiously await their return.corgiani. -- ------ J. A. :\lilJ<'r.......... 50 001) 13: 37:; ; alts\ (i:l
beautiful harmony between pupilsand De Steuben. .
such I --- -- Lake Worth. So F. Ora)0) (10. 20 on :;000 ,

teacher-the pupils retaining a per- Georgiana; -llufus B. Stewart. I <* j ji i I F. T. Ihide.: ........ 25 Ot')' _'5 00'I '

fect individuality and yet exhibiting Kocklcdge-James Mitchell, (.i. S. Since our last report several changes I I Weather warm and showery.The I A. II. Tmtlor..... -.41 00,. tit I;ti. :1=: :;

plainly the high moral tone received Hardee to cast three votes, L. I). Han have occurred. Mr. F. W. Lyman has : Ina came in on the KUh. \r. 11. H. Da\"i.... ,')000' I I.n Oft
A. Ihunilton & ('u.. 25 00' t; :!'m\;;; ISt
I ,
from the teacher. Parents seemed lostin cock. returned to his northern !Bummer homein Mosquitoes very scarce for this time of
.1. C. orwooc.l, lot 75 Om), 75.00) tF.
enthusiasm, scarcely knowing where Haulover-Chas. II. Xaumm.T. 1) Kenosha, Wis. year. I I. Tits m. Jot.....m 75 00 75 00I

the pleasure, came from-whether from Van. Charles Clementof, this place, also has Horse flies plentiful and a little I A. Parkinson......... :,0 Oil'' ;1000I. )

child or teacher. The scene at the closeof Lanrange-C. I). Puryear, T. .J. Cock- returned to his northern home in Rut I' troublesome. I .. l:. n.l.ker........'' -1--.0) 00''! f, 1S'' 2O $2 s M

the exercises was new even to the hut to cast two votes, A. Brady. land, Vt. These gentlemen are missedin I The Mary B. came in from Jacksonville 14000ir,74; 1>0725 1(1I

I teacher. How came this ? Was it in Merritt M. S. Sams Thos. H. Sanders. -.- .
: : our community. They represent on the 10th.(; - ---- -- '

the roll of honor? Was it in the habitof City Point-John C. Norwood to cast large business interests in the north. Mr. *. C. Ouvni, Treasurer,
Miss: Susie Brown, the !school teacher, in account with
gathering leaves and seeds to preservein two votes '\". II. L
Sharpe. Clement wealth than
represents: more has! gone to her home in City Point. Tnl"nr.u: SCHOOL BIHUUNU .hoiOcJ.\-
: handsome display ? Was it in the Canaveral-N. N. Penny. I any man south of St. Augustine. His TION : p

plan of making pupils think, rather than Melbourne-S. F. Gibbs. home is the finest yet built in Gcorgiana. The Emily B. left for Jacksonville on To cash from : 1>r.I .

, memorize ? Was it in that discipline We recommend that proxies he only I Prof. Chambcrlin who the 1-Uh, and the Bessie B. left on the I Indian River Bank being 1-t payment

to the better instincts! was compelled l// tho I on collateral................ U1 70
I that appealed
allowed to be cast by a delegate from the
i iu
I to leave his home in Pennsylvania, came : Indian River Bank, discount.... l>00 OU
1 Well ; friends, these w'remne of the On account of showers there was no > .. M
my precinct from which the proxies i "
here chiefly for his health. lIe returned 28I G ttl

I means used ; but the great power that sent. rl'pre-I to his family and home in the above I church service nor Sunday school for the A..1. Holland.......................... ::55 Gar

; stamped the seal upon the school was the We find that 'l'hos..1.1)C :-- | past:" two Sundays.Miss J. 15. Turner.........................._. 2(1(I 81) .
teacher's devotion to duty. and :State too early, and found the fatigues j Nellie Gale has recoveredfrom T. W. :Smith: ............................ 51 24 i
been delegated from Eden, we leave fully
: of the
I journey and the severe weather L. J. II. Vin-on..8S: S2:

; XX. this matter to the Convention for further combined too much for him. He had a her late illness, and Master Willie L. A. Singleton....... ..............._ :81 80

t 1 -- i action. I relapse and died after reaching home. is fast convalescing.Mr George M. Robbie) ................._ 2(1( 82L.

A ii run I ia. (Signed.: ) who this climatefor C. Lane housed the Rex, and, together 15. Decker............................. :81 :81
RonniiT MOUROU, Chairman. People come to genial A. Froscher.............................. 2)I) till I
Mr. 'fa'lor'hOll e is the second one the benefit of their health too often with his mother and sister, G. W. Martin........................... 22 81) I

on the avenue that has received a coat of After the report was read, a little make the fatal mistake of returning left for the north on the 14th. P. D. Wesson........................... 17 IMW.
paint. Who will follow. the good example I lively discussion arose as to the recommendation north too soon, and consequently lose all Mr. C. ,\r. Hall, who worked Capt. S. Norwood....................... 17 UI ,1
referring to proxies, and that 1 Valentine (Jailer...... ................ [:II (If)
:? voted be they have gained in health. Very often | II. P. DycN place during the past season, I I,\.. C. Scrimgeour...................... U 25 .
Mr. (J. Thompson left in April for his part of the report was to they lo-e their lives by this unwise pro- left for the north on the 14th. Peter M. ......... 17 8UW. f,

old home in )Ias*., having spent the win !stricken out. The report with this ceeding. Capt. O. S. Porter and wife left for C. C. Branning................... I (00

with his brother H.S. amendment was adopted.The G. '\". Mackenzie....................._ 5 (Ml
ter pleasantly Whittaker who here in the York
New State the
very temporary organization was then came i on 10th, having D. G. Rirnbaum........................ 4 :88
:. Thompson, Esq. made fall or early winter from New Hampshire I been called north :suddenly" by the illnessof i f-:'. II. ]{a\ ................................_ 17 tin
unanimously : a permanent organization
Mr. and )Iro;. J. Taylor, who have I for his health, has recently returned their son. J. F. Reed.............................._ 17 1)1P.

sided at Aurantia for the past year, :\rt.-I I and T. J. De Steuben was admittedas to that state. Though he used cautionin The Democratic W. Howell!........................... 8 78
a delegate from Eden. County Convention, J. A. Miller............................. 18: :::7
gone north for the summer. Springfield, Nominations for delegates to the St. not :starting too early, still it is feared called to meet at Lake Worth on Aug. S. F. Gray..........................__.. 20 (OUA.

Mass., is their objective i>oint. I t Augustine Convention being in order, the journey and unpropitious weather up 16th, has been posponed until the 21st of M. Hamilton Co........_.... ._ ii fill

Mr. and Mrs. E. S.ickett and :\fr.ackctt's nominated and north may do him harm. August, and the place of meeting changed A. Parkinson....................__....._ f d.0 00
I the following names were Several anticipated land sales have F. T. Budjje............................. 2rt. 75
sister i have returned to their Miami order of the
elected unanimously : Messrs. G. S. to "by County A. 11. Trafloril......................._ 17 02
summer home at Springfield, Mass. We i Hardee, ,,'. S. Norwood and T. J. De been consummated recently, and several Executive Committee."

hope to see them next winter at their I Steuben. Delegates go uninstructed. other applications have been made for Capt. H. P. Dye returned from Jacksonville 1881: 71
settlement and homes for the
home. I The following names were nominated on the 11th. He went to attend By cash to Cr.

Mr. Win. B. Cox the vegetarian, who for delegates to the Congressional Con- year. Some, possibly, may fail to consummate the meeting of the directors of our new E. H. Titus for lot......................$-O; OO)
I purchases, but new ones: will J. C. Norwood for lot................100 OO
found much fault with Creek be held time and railroad and that work is be
so Turkey I volition to at a place to I reports to McClure
A. plans:" specifictiony:0: (inK
make for those who fail.
oranges, has returned to his Nutmeg; !I be designated by the Congressional Executive up I begun soon and pushed through to completion I H. Titus, for lot.................... 50 (JO

State, where he twill probably, dine on Committee their meeting at Mrs. Black has sold her neat little cot- as fast as possible. Amos Jordan, clearing lot........... R 00

rusty nutmegs.We I Augustine on the 20th inst. : Messrs. tage and one acre of land on which it 'I Will Brevard give Dade countythe L. 1:. Decker, payment contract800 Oft
county "
400 (Hi)
are happy to state that by a decision .1 Minor S. Jones, II. B. Stewart and W. stood for a very good price, and<< re-in- State senatorship this time if a goodman 1-:. B. Wager, printing................. 8 5O
vested elsewhere in
of the Court the title of Aurantia I I R. :Sanders. They were unanimously Georgiana. can be found who will accept the L. 15. Decker, pay't on contract..800 00

is been confirmed elected. Mr. F. C. Allen made one of the recent nomination ? Let us hear from some of Huckabay & Budge, seats..240 00
perfect, having recently E. Gruber postal card.......... 25 :
It resolved the Convention thatif sales of land about ten
was by containing acres. up-the-river friends on this subject.We I.J.
ed decree of the P. S. Supreme our
a I It. Decker, paym't on contract 288: 70
Court of the East District of Florida, any of the delegates chosen were ab- This i is the second river front he has sold would .like to hear what they haveto S. F. Gray, books...................... 1 15

Signed by the lIon. Judge Thomas ;sent from their respective Conventions, this season. say. Insurance ................................. 22 50
i I the at that Convention L. 15. Decker, pavm't on contract 17 l>2Huckabay '}
delegates present The several sales of river fronts considerably -
Settle, 22nd:! of March, 1SSS. Suffice tsay. o :: A fine sloop yacht was brought down .
fc Budge, etc... 774 '
would have the of casting the full pump,
: power reduce thee much-desired lot
Croakers, take notice" that their from St.; Augustine via Jupiter, and arrived Balance on hand....................... M 1)5);
supposed: cloud hanging over Aurantiais : vote.Mr. and ere long none can be had without here the 18th. It was purchasedby ,
i Haidee offered as a resolution, paying fancy prices, especially so if $lRH: 71
removed. I IAo pur- Mr. C. S. Cragin for the Use of Mr.
that, under existing circumstances, we chased from those who first
N. M. Pitts his at this point. Mr.
t1vAN S.t. agent ..\ Home IlIdor emcll..
I are in favor of holding but one State parties. It may be truthfully said in Pitts now has, probably, the fastest, if Mr. N. H. Frohlichstein, of Mobile,

Convention, which was carried.A regard to the only river fronts that remain not the best, boat on the lake. Ala., writes : "I take great pleasure in

Icntli. committee of three, on resolutions, unsoldfor, beauty of situation "the recommending Dr. King's New Discovery i
School; Board the
The met on
Heath and vicinity is being blessed II were appointed, viz. : Messrs. G. S. Har best of the wine is at the last of the for Consumption, having Used it for
llth and arranged to accept Miss attack of bronchitis and
a severe catarrh.
with 1 H. and M. S. Jones anda "
some fine showers lately. dee.1V. Sharpe ; feast, and a personal inspection will
Brown as teacher of the eat side school It gave me instant relief and entirelycured ,
Captain R. "'. Black, AssistantPostj j recess of ten minutes was taken. satisfy the most fastidious in regard to it i the coming season, but made no arrange- me and I have not been atllicted

master Wynn, E. J. Davis, Fred Wright !i REPORT. I that not only have these lots beautiful ments with regard to the wet side since. I also beg to !state that I have '
and Mr. Gentlemen of the Convention Your fronts which rise gradually from the tried other remedies with no good result.
Hamlin all took to the :
trip sea
school. This will be attendedto
probably and
Have also used Electric Bitters Dr.
beach committee on resolutions beg leave to 'waters-edge until both rivers '
last are seen,
Sunday. at a future meeting. '; King's New Life Pills, oth I of which I
Another I submit for adoption the following resolu- but the ocean beach i< but four miles j can recommend."
new captain on the mailboat, Over two thousand bushels tomatO,5ha'e
Pat Price tions : away. Each lot also may have, at very Dr. Kin;':; New Di-co\ery for Coitumption -
; andby the way, lie had quite the vines. About
been left
to rot
Brevard on i ii coughs and colds is sold
a We, the Democrats of county, little expense, steamboat landing of its i on a
surprise on the Banana near Sex-enty. \ do resolve i i five vessels are out of the freight on that J positive guarantee. Trial bottles free at
lie in Convention as own. There i is good water for mall ,
ran his boat on to a sea-cow (manatee bushels and the cost of picking' all drug stores in Titu-ville and on Indian
many :: ,
) follows: boats right up to the shore. i iII Rixer.
and came very near being upset. !i I and packing is lost to the laborers here, __ ,I.
Talk on the new canal through Banana :, First-That we appreciate the vitality Grubbing, clearing, building and preparation .' and all on account of that unauthorized - \ti'racr. -
of the various issues involved in the -
; approaching for and
II tree vegetable
creek is all the rage now. Work away, \ grove, i order to stop sending tomatoes to JackCapts. LAND OFMCK: at lia lJ('-,'iII(>. Fla.. )
ye chartered and agitators '1 campaign, and that, in view planting for the coming fall and winter, :; -onville. May 10. 1SS?. i I.
it i ig company ye thereof, we advise harmony and unanimity -i' inow the order of the dav. I Notice hereby given that the follow-
just what is wanted to develop the 1: in the counsels of our party. I| : Kendrick and Hildebrand, of ing-named ottler hts tiled notice of hi*
Banana River country. : Concl-That we heartily endorse the ; -- -- --- i it I the American Canoe Association arrived intention to make final proof in support

I! administration of President: i Cleveland t *We that :' of his cltim.uni that "ai.ll'ronf. will be
particularly our
Everything on the Wager plantation i\ request from the Gulf coast, via Miami, on the before the leik of Ircuit Court
| in its entirety and particularly his posi- subscribers will be good enough to note made
>s looking remarkably well. His gardener I!' tion as to tariff and civil service reform, the time of expiration of their: subscription 14th. The night of the loth they i staved ar Titu?ville. Fla.. on .July 1J. 16s5;

and family have been at Heath during 1 and look forward to his certain renomin- I account to the STAR as set forth on at Mr. V. O. Spencer's, and left on the viz. : William I>. Owen of (;eurginma.
Fla.. I>. >. I'J''O.! for the lot1 and _. H.t"
the pat few days helping Mr. Sackett ation and return as a promiseof continued -I the small name-and-addrcss slip pasted i: Ifith in their canoes for Indian River, 'n. town-hip !south and lot- 8 aumd4.section .

extract honey, which amounts to nearly good and prosperity to the nation. upon their newspapers or wrappers. By via the Haulover and Lake Worth :81. toast*hip 28 south range 37east.
I Third-That we endorse and commend ; reference to the printed and pai'tecllip I
one ton. F. B. Sackett has had three the administration of Governor Perry in i our subscribers: can observe whether their Creek. ;,1 He. names the _following; \\itnesse H. ,

jnen working in his orange groves, and ;' State affairs, and extend to him the assurance ;subscription i is over-run, and also how S\M. prove his continuous residence upon

w trees never looked better, as he has | of our respect and confidence in i long it has to run. We shall esteem it a cultivation of. said land vi/ :
his his retirement from office. i 1 favor if readers will this matter Statement. .
spring work all finished lIe our give Irving I) Hiscock, of Horti. Fla.;
loses up. pro- ;' (Signed.) \ their attention and send in all overdueor Henry Fish of Georgiana. Abraham 1..
to Titusville :School
take At the of
a little vacation by going Wm. H. Sharpe, ) unpaid subscriptions at their earliest meeting j Urun ... of Jeorgiana.: Iloniet-U..tllett,
UP to the ancient city of St. Augustine G. S. Hardee, Committee. i convenience. The STAR i* 1.50 per Building Association! held May 9th, it of (ieor ial1n. Fla.

to Pay a visit: to his son and family. 1 Minor S. Jones. J 1 annum, in advance. was resolved to publish the following 5 x C. 'I't'CKlat. Register.1'HE i .


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I J. A. McCKOKY J. W. ==
Atty-at-Lav. EWA
THE HOMELY GIRL'S DAY. Utterly Devoid of "Bosh." 111.110
close observer and student of human
Clock in Germany That Is a Marvel of A
Hand oue Types'ritri No Loner; Popular
in the Metropolis.At Mechanical Genius-Brief Description.A i nature who has been thrown a good deal McCRORY & SWAN
of The with William: D. Howells, the novelist, describes ,
one of the principal typewriting copy Billingen (Germany)
Swarzw lder. handed in ba German him entirely "a man utterly de
schools; in town you often see as many as
\"oidof 'bosh.' He is hard worker:who
contains the of
friend a
eight or ten women on the benchesin description
the outer office, waiting to see the I wonderful clock which, being translated! looks upon his profession as worthy of the

proprietor, of whom they want to get ir j: is after this fashion: patient drudgery which a successful editoror

' employment as pupils: secretaries to I About a year ago a scientific clock was lawyer has to perform in the fulfillment! BiscaYl1e Bay Real Estate

business men. When he comes in you on exhibition here the maker which. I: of his duties. He has no affectation. He
I i
will alnay; notice that he sees them Mr. Martin called it the Eighth Wonder of looks like a successful business man. i
the World. in the matter of i Common sense is the basis of his character. -
without .;::.rtl to the order in which j. Judges:
clocks found this designation exaggerated, If he never burns with the fever
they came picking out one here and one I I
the work. close examination, failedto of genius. he finds inspiration enough:; to
there, taking them into his office each by as on AG-ENCY.
make the which the win success. That. after all i is the real
herself until only one or two remain on I impression high; I "
the seats. If you studied the eubject colored description led people to expect. test. -New York World

day nftT day would soon discover Two Black Forest clock makers, AdolplmsHaenIe I '
that tin more you prepossessing a young and Autu-tut Noll. have however I The Washington Coat of Arm>. 1 QEinini, 13ado ( Ol111 ty: !Ploricla: ,

woman is, the less time she has to wait, created in the course of the year a I: Dr. J. D. Mackenzie of Kingston. .
i and that it is always the plain ones who work which places the Martin clock very I i Canada says that near the town of Althore. C"
are left to the last. Poverty, especially much in the shade. This Ilaenslo! !I I England, is the tomb of one oft Have Valuable Land. forale Fr4lntin un IiiraymIay.. 2"ilM'H> nn* fr ;,.
I Dado ( in Ingot :$:!.:.H< to ;>:O.ifi per t.ra h ti';:
when it entails the necessity for a young and Noll cWk has a height; of ;t:O ?Washington's: ancestor Upon unity at pru-i-" ran :: a4'ft' : uul) (n ,,

girl to go out and earn her living, is hard meters, width 3 meters and depth I I tV: tomb are inscribed the arms of the

and hitter, and many a time and oft you I 1 meter: it is built in the style 'I i' WMngtons with "Stars and Stripes" Splendid Sites for Hotels and Winter Residences, Overlooking the Bay and Ocea.
will see that the homely girls, left sitting of the renaissance, and with its ; i.s the quarterings. Dr. Mackenzie reuirks -

on these lynches have unfathomed the figures and carvings, executed in a..I :: : that "the Wasliingtons are tlI (-
proprietor's secret and are biting their I truly artistic manner. The clock shows .:.1"! family whose coat of aril i b iVs'uiM : -

lips and even suffering moisture to flood the seconds and strikes the hours, quar- II ::; of 60,000,000 of peopk'."-Novv

their eyes as! they note how certainly a I ters and minutes. Besides, it shows the York World. Government Lands Surveyed and Located for Settlers.
beautiful face and stylish attire command days of the week. months, seasons and I

attention.The I the years up to 10000. It shows the I Specimen of a New Honey 1'laut.

other day I went to that school, solar system the phases of the moon the At a recent meeting of the American .
and I witnessed the neglect of a plain revolution of the earth and the zodiac; I Association for the Advancement ot'
girl who evidently found it difficult to then on seventeen clock faces the time at
conceal her mortification. I was in the Berlin Prague, Riga, Vienna Cairo I Science specimens: of a new honey plant Tares paid for non-reidt-nt, titles investiiratctl) and abstract: ftxrnisbvd ..n 'h?rt n,.tt". :..

room with the proprietor when he asked (Egypt). Tirli. Trieste, Rome, Munich, II sown.were exhibited.with other seeds Six years from ago Florida it ,was by of any land! in I>ade county, a* we have a

Berne, New York, Geneva. Boston Paris,
her to come in. Mr. Chapman, of Versailles. The plant
"I suppose there is no use my asktng lletz, London and in the center, on the classified Beal and Scrinton the
is by as
I Abstract of Titles of the Public Recordsof
you, sir" she said; "but since I have principal face the time of the place I ochmops !-ph ?rOl'ephaIa. It belongs to Complete
waited I will that I am seeking occupation where the clock is located.
say the teasel: family, and a native of Cen-
The arrangement of the clock is the II
as a typewriter.
"Do understand the business he following: Below in the center there is, tral France, has in some unaccountablemanner the County and keep poted from day to day. Peed. 1ortgartanti other in.-tr.-:
you become naturalized in Florida.It .
asked. under glass and quite open to view, the ment of writin carefully drawn up by us and acknowlednicnt taken It-fore 11- whrndesired.
which when grows from four to five feet high, and Call on or address u* by letter for any information nmcvrnins:: land.n Hi-
"I am said to be very rapid, said she; principal movement bears large prickly leaves like those of a in the
"I have been five years at the calling. wound will run for a year, supposingthat thistle, and from twenty to thirty headsof cayne Hay or county
"Will accept $15 a week to act as the clock is not moved. At the rightof
you small white flowers which from '
open ct 3v\vaii.
stenographer and typewriter to"ice the movement there is the work of the } IMcCrory
the top downward. The flowers are
president so and so of the oil company calendai ium, at the left a music box. and productive of nectar, and are therefore -
in the front the globe of the earth, which very
very attractive to bees, .,13:; of
Her changed color. They bright receives its revolution by a very simplebut
eyes which by actual count, visited one head EXCELSIOR ORANGE FOOD
ingenious mechanism. Above the I
ened almost into flame. I "
I of a plant between .> a. m. and 7 p. m
'' movement is the second and minute ,
"Fifteen dollars! sl\e said; "I only Thirty heads furnished supplies for 00,000
got $10, sir and then only for a year I hand, after the revolution of which an i bees.-Frank Leslie's. I
before the firm I was with failed." angel strikes a bell and indicates the expiration I I II Ii A NEW FERTILIZERPrepared

t The arrangement or bargain was of a minute, while the hands of I i Easily Answered. especially for the Orange and containing the several clement ncfevdryto
quickly made. Before she left the girl the seventeen faces advance (jump) one Sustain plant life, viz :
asked, "Will you tell me why you saw minute. The expiration of a quarter is j "If it were customary in this country

me last though I was the first to come?" again indicated by an angel's:: strikingtwo to confer titles upon men who rank in PHOSPHORIC ACID, POTASH, CALCIUM, AZOTE.

"I'd rather not," said the employer. bells. Ii literature what would I be!'' asked aftoncoited This Fertilizer has been produced after :years of study by PROF. O. I'ERTOLA.

"Did all the others secure places?" she In the course of an hour the ages of I journalist"of his senior. as being: far superior to any high grade fertilizer on the market and it i i-. old
asked. man are represented the end of the "Baron of Ideas. was the terse reply I at about one-third less in price. It is made in two grade: No. 1 i is a prt-

{ "No one but you was taken," he said. first quarter a child appears, at the seconda I Texas Siftings, | ventive of root rot and also destroys white ant and wood live.

She went away wondering. When she I youth, at the third a man, and at the --------- I I No. 2: doe not contain this specific.For .

., had gone the proprietor turned to me and fourth an old man. The hour is struck i Kilting in IIa-te. I prices and further information, address,

said: "That is both a sensitive and a sen- by Death by whose side stands an angel, The average:; time of :3.000 New York O. De(;. nl:nTOI.\. 'pi'I IM-, Fla.

' fible girl. She thought she was left to who winks Death to desist at the appear- : 7 or JAS. MiCOMIS, Jr.., Titu\ille, Fla.

the last 1 tor-ause her face and dress are ance of the first three figures, but suffers luncheon : i I _

plain. Site is right. This is the day of him to strike the hour at the appearanceof a leading rl' tamat1t.I Opened for the Season. THE[ SLOOP U A6NESS"t2rA

the homely pirl. The beauty, the belle, the old man. At the left hand, half I I --- :

the dre-sy girl, arc all at a discount in height of the clock, there stand the twelve .\ Philadelphia oculist declares that the ; man who IS interested lit hi* own conunandrd It.y.

this business and we have resolved never apostle, and before them Christ. At the 11 use of opera glasses strains the optic welfare will be pleaded to know that ('.AI''I'.AI\ JU11Mc1.E.AX..

to emil another pretty girl if we can expiration of an hour the twelve bow before nerve and injures the eyesight.The ANDREW GIBSON Make regular trip on Indian Kiver

get a I gamely one. Christ, who blesses them by raiding _n ______ __ __.__ I i SIIE C.\tells A .TI.1. MIM'LY of
his hands. At G o'clock andevenings the I luu-st to be found in i
"Tlu-ie's no mystery about it, he con mornings K-hind the times breaks tho Keep* oysters
I man Groceries. 1 ) (; ootlI1ttla
a sexton rings the bell, while ry
tinued. "It's plain business. There are '
colt : the win man trains it.wr e. !
now (5,000 or ;,COO girls at work in three monks step from their cell and go Canned hoods,
men" "mc down town and while their into the church for prayer; as they go in : ANI iiVEl: IN STYLE TO SUIT I'ATKOXS.
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entree into commercial life is always choral music: is played. At 10 o'clock in -0- Hats, Boots and Shoes

spoken of as a feminine revolution the the evening a night watchman enters : Pa (\U Department. !i Plain and Fancy Cake made to order. Ladle Shoes in great variety ; Prints all1tJtrllrttl

truth is that it has created a social stir upon Iii" duty and blows his horn every ': I hind. new patterns at low price
deeper than either one sex has felt. hour until 2 o'clock in the morning; at 3 i' DeBARY & PEOPLE'S LINE I alimy on

When girls were first made use of on ac- the cock crows, standing in a natural size ; ,\ Als a tirt-clas Barber hop attached. Ready-made Clothill, Toilet iTlllltt

count of their quickness with their hands, at the left upper corner of the clock. I j TESMEI: I| MfaN: at\l1 hours, ; from ." n. m. toll p. in. : \()TIO\S.:
the suitability of the work and the low At clock noon and night the music i / I i' Parties, lfsirnjr to leave on morning mall
bout ami hacks will nleue note thi*. K "For the cash only &5Mai
price at which they could be got by box plays a piece, and at 1, night, the I! --. ch 15, a6 6m. -
of the number work calendary changes and the following i;
reason large seeking i --- -
the craze was for pretty girls. Everyman week day and date appear and at the .fit c t1 I PIONEER COOPERAGE C. 7.. scorr.

wanted a belle to sit at his desk and end of the month, whether of thirty or I Syrup Barrels $2.25.
:I .:.\"'TIKN
take down his letters and memoranda.It thirty-one days, the name of the next !
was natural. There were plenty of month will co"iue up, and leap years are 1: : Gauged to order ten cents extra. H AI1M) KKSSING: S.1 LooN.

pretty girls, and who on earth does not forgotten. At the left upper end : City of Jacksonville, Wheelwrighting and Repairing. -

not prefer beauty to plainness. Men who near the cock is a representation of the I C.\PT.\IX. A. H.\\r. If you want clean and easy shave: ,

are in my business naturally tried to get apparent cour;(,.' (revolution) of the sun C. O. 13. :\sdt.'ana-Lar1Jl'rl'\"tr: ;; n.

only pretty pupils and beautiful adepts. round the {earth which changes according ,; Daily Jacksonville except Saturday. barrel and OvalI ater Breaker : .Ju t rail on me at my 'iallJtln,

We scanned the girls' dresses, judged to the season, so that it appears : l I. 13. T->ln11 t. Hour-v from $'.OO up. At morning: eye, "r aft -rJU II1.
them by their stylishness and insisted on larger or smaller. On the other side I'll cut and comb your hair with grit
general attractiveness. If we ever took nearest the cuckoo is the course of the CAPT. I. C. HALL, rp cl llICS To suit the contour of your tact;

up a plain girl we were apt to be sorry moon representing the different phasesof Daily from Sanford except Sunday. and all kind? ot COOPEI WOIIK to order To you I'll give a good >i.allllI4H'.
for it, for we had hard work to place that satellite.. The globe of the earth T. JOIIXSOX, The art of which is: known to tr\\ .

her. Now all that is changed. Ian re"oln'n. twenty-four hours. On i ON ST. JOHN'S RIVER. LaGnin e. : : Florida.My >cisor** :>harp, my razor' keen,

show you cyst of letters in which business the 21st of.March, the beginning of i J! ". -- -_- - My hop i is a way neat and clean
men: ask me not to send a pretty girl. spring, the cuckoo, also represented of I S'hc.'clnh'.Jln 29. 1SS7.i ; everything I'm you'll)) nnll l

In fact then only offices where we can natural size, begins: its musical performance 1 "Ol'TJI 1.\SIID;G". WKTH.Lease. HOWELL TITUSJHt" suit: the taste sure i-iea"e the miwl.And .

place a pretty girl are very large ones'hlft and continues until the beginning !! ., Arrive.s : now to all who patronize intend.
of fall. ;: o p m k"'on\'illt' t>:JO a mtO i
tho chooses the and ; friead.
\\ employer girl '' and briny
; : p 111 Toci Lt'a\'t Just come alone ;your
detailher to go with others in tome de- Each fonson is represented symbolically !! 9: Ol'1U l'a1.1lka 1:0: : a m MOr 1 Bullard KflfllH And I a ureyouIwillUy
partni'Mit or to assist a male chief clerk March 21, spring appears as a Q.O pm' Iol1t't"l1 1110: p In J My very Ll;t to :-atl*h'. p1T'
1:0\1 Welaka ,10:10
maiden in of a child with !: : pm" p 111i
or \"atl'p'rl'tary.. Those and the company
l'r i 1:00: m d t. t teorgetown 1l0 p mi
ottiivsf the bachelor in business are wreaths of towers: June 21, the maiden i 1''S: am.. Volusia i; :13; p 111i I MAIN STREET, otl{'(.
the only places where we can get work carries a sheaf of wheat and the child a :i' :2:0:: a Dl" .\.tor .:10 p lUI' I
4:15: a 1U DeLan.l Landing 5,00 P Dl II To all /" )) wctm:
sickle &> .l. both fruit and Dec. I' I may
for prtttygirls."The : 1't. carry I 5:30 am" Blue Spring 4:15: p mArrive. r I TITUSVILLE FLA atftietr to the UII
tUte I present
21 the maiden has wheel and six months CuFla
reason is as plain as the nose on a spinning i.I, I Pr@bateJudgeot Bj*+ul
able Minor S.Jou- [
your face" he continued; "the wives the child a spinning whirl (spindle)). On. bath() a m Enterprise ::3) p 1UI .mv final account* and \OUChUUif t1et'4 u u dSole kI
9:0' a D1 Sanford. Clt, Wharf 1:;)0 p m .
have interfered. Every married man is Dec. .:;. a lovely Christmas picture is I I 19:30 a 111 NlllfvrJ S. F. U. IL I-U: p 1n I Agent in this section for BROWN s JOHN E MOORK.' deceased admntstrstorofuea of said countyGlXSENi
visited at his office by his wife more or represented in the chapel and the music 1 TOXIC-a Delightful and ex- for"uy final discharge I'AI"I'all WiS.o Adtahilaratnlg r,

less frequently. If she finds him elbowto i box plays an appropriate tune. On Dec. !i CONSKTIOAt Tocoi with St Johns Kailroad.; I. verag('. \1 way*on lrauzht. Titusville, lb.. January 19, 11\..... _
: at Palatka w ith Florida Southern Railway at Holies
elbow or face to face with a pretty 31, at 12 o'clock at night, the trumpeter i ton with tt. Johns and_ Halifax lOver; Railroad i Trvit. ___ _.....
i -- -- --- -- - --- \on IK.State
coquette every time she comes, she is plays a solo, accompanied by the orchestra I at Astor with St Johns and Lake Eustis Railway; I II \OTICI:.
t certain to make life more or less unpleasant to indicate the beginning of the at DeLand Landing with DeLand and St Johns I of Florida.County )
Railroad at Blue Spring with li. S, O. C. and X
i ; In Circuit Court of the &rcnth Judinnl1 of Dade.
for Some women in suchcase3 new year and at the same time the number ': Railway; at Enterprise with A. C., St. J. & I. K j .B1.ihe
'take it out' at home as the sayinggoes ; of the year changes.The Railroad for Titus\ille; at Sanford with trains of I Circuit '1' Florida, llrerard County, Take notice that MX month* l'ountJ
,1 but I have hail men tell me that I run of this clock as we have described the S. F. Railroad for Tampa; at Tampa with the I Li Chancery, _t. D. 1SSS. : date hereof I will present to the
steamer :MARGARET of the Plant steamship Line I final ael-oun
their \\ msveiv forever popping in on I! it. would repeat itself up to the for Points on Tampa Bay and Manatee River; also I ELLA A. GAGE ] Judscof I Dade County Executrix\ ot l'har1
and then be with the Plant Steamship Line steamships v*. \ Bill for Divorce. i
l them r.n.l practically never inis..33tl a daywithout year 10.000 might prolongedfor :, i Moore.decdeceased'
OLIVETTE and MA>COTTE for Key West au'Havana
another 10.000 if the numberswere T. C. GALE ;
a call at their offices. Theme : years, 1 e"fryIonday and Thursday arriving at as
j bu s'iMt-!* iiii'ti. iirtirly all mm pick up a chanced. Of course this is illusory, Key West Tuesday and Friday, and Havana: Wednesdty I It appearing from the allidavit of the : and ak tor my final di-charse pith :11'\. .
'I t.owlu't.Ir U>\ of candy, or some little tut it shows that such a work might be Wednesday and Saturday and Saturday.l'.ftur IDI!, leaves Havana : complainant herein that the address of : executrix. November 311tlHb.{
krticlknat: ':k glow and then to gladden created. The clock would have to standin e\ery C HALE. the above named respondent is unknown, ELIZABETH and Te3t3Dlen1

the Lie ..f the gill at their i-lbow. the anu place for 10,000 years and be General Pa 'enger Agent. I>eBar> Line and that said respbndent is over the age : Executrix of LatVill 1 ;bat

Imagine; II'"- nUttc of the wife who finds ; wound regularly every year. And tho W. M DAVIDSON. : of 21 years it is therefore ordered that Charles Moore leceaatNOTICE) __

that t'ie' f.*'+cr s she 'ot't'son her husband'sdesk tooth{ of time and the natural decay of General TraAc Agnt, People's Line. the said respondent. T. C. Gage, do'I ;.

,,* ;.. j-iu t.wre; by him when he has everything earthly must be htopp tl- \OTICI:. plead answer or demur to the complainants i i' ainesvmFla.- *
bill of complaint filed herein on or L.\xi OFFICE at (;
told I h T tea t.t usand times that he has which is notvery likely.-Waterbury I13 '
American. LAND OFFICE at ( iailJesviUe. Fla.. ) before the 4th day of.June. A. D. 1S8S. May 1:. +r_
bated ilo\\fn tro.u infancy Oh, no: (Conn.) May I_. 1SSS. / otherwise the same will be taken as cou- Notice is hereby given that the tonoin of bl;

there is uo .It 1 tier the pretty girl in I .\. Neu Version.Woodman Notice i is hereby given that the follow- fes ed.nd it is further ordered that a -n lJled :;settler has filed notice rc
Lnslij"-s: i.i N< w V ir.i: tu.ia"Th -e whot'utj.c' chop that tree: ing-named settler has tiled notice of his copy of this order be published in the intention to make tinal proof in supf wtl be
,- ltI' :.:v n,,w:being crowded FLOUIDA STAR :aid prooi
> ;; I'll bum it. fiery touch intention to make final proof in support newspaper published in of his claim and that f ounTitusville. tf
out art I liB Iw4.t.> ::ri now taken on.'" In)-uutb it sheltered me, of his claim and that said proof will be :aid county, once a week for four consecutive made betore Clerk of Circuit vis :
*H i..ra IMlo" Nt-w Orlean Times- coal's dollars Circuit ,weeks prior to the said 4th day Snl. 1"- .
) m Cut eis-Lt; made before the Clerk ot Court : Fla. on July Fla
: 1 '''.''';.t now.Tul Bits. at Titusville. Fla., on July 13, 1SSS of June A. D. 1S8S. Abraham I.. Bruner. ot ('eorgiana.{ ;5. ,ec
i A rordiug heruumifter. viz. : Thomson C. West of Jupiter. :Fla.. 1 Witness the Honorable John D. n. S. 2OJ1. for the lots 3. 4 ana
ii "llie I-aiisuajre uf 1:0':111) A recording thermometer is the latest II. E. 17616 for the lots 1 ami 2,3 and 4, Broonio, Judge of said court. as well a: ''3. tp. : :{ south. range 37 eat.He witne.[ $: ; t i>

j It i, a curious fact that while Queen mechanical cmiosity. It has a clock- sec. township 39 south range 42 el*t. A. A. Stewart. Clerk of said court and names the to lloumg; upp0'
the witnesses to the seal of said court, at the Court House his continuous residence
and records the lIe following
worlc: ::turhment.. : stage : names prove
Victoria >nks German in her home
{ sj* ; of -, i ...uire at every hour and minuteof prove his continuous residence upon, and ; in Titusville. Brevard county, aforesaid, and cultivation of. said Ianu. 'pia. .
circle the present" German empress ti! >- : .. ..: for a period of eight davs.- cultivation of said land viz. : :;,I this 3rd day of May. A. D. 1SSS. Irving D. Hiscock.{ of l}ord'IIt ri.
reganlH;: it in hers: and uses English asumchasixtesible. ChiiHerald.. i Eugene Woillard. of Jupiter; W. S. [I..S.] A. A. STEWAKT, AVillianT: D. Owen of (; or,7UiJ. ; hhe
English is tlu' fireside Tancre. of Jupiter ; Thomas Tornau. of i, Clerk Circuit Court. Fish, of Georgiana.: R.
tongue of the Greek Danish and nl1 *ian I Ankona ; John Roberts of Jupiter. Fla. !4 JONES & WILLIAMS. i ij of Georgian*. Fta. rrfgWer.
royal families.: -Chicago 1{('mItt I ticulture.A fruitful theme-the subject of hor- 4 S. C. TUCKER, legister. j j I j :a. Solicitors for Complainant i .1 S. t". '1"rcKtI:,



: Fl.OHID.STAn, THl"HSD.IA! Y ?-I: 1SSS. ti

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Dainty Wtl"mci) >nTriri'toR Everybody's receipt for the best mince pics The fancy for braiding grows tremendously

forth each rolames tUrf I I can now U put away in a pigeon hole for 1 apace: awl very shortly will have all \Vahiii,.:ton Avenue, near the Railroad. S. H. RAY
.eariugWPidItti I Iii next year. I materials for its own. !
anirtl way; i ,
This On your from the one that passes 'I' The aged joke about the hotel buying the Cojt]>T cloth of camel hair,enriched with MRS. V. GAILER. !

Grain to his daily classes | best mock turtle for soup is on its travels lack braiding, is both serviceable: and styl- '

II..that looks \vitJi louring eye once more. iah for entire spin fug suits. ,

As you lightly i-ass him by. A very pleasant bit of intelligence is that I Moire has a new lease of favor.antI divides: ; fresh l>rc'sfil IIlrul daily ; (1b') 1i'3 Successor to J. C. Norwood and Co.,

Daiaty little inaiJca. ; the American sardine industry; is languishing I I honors easily as the spring silk with faille j jfraneaise nod Cake* ajullkiild.1im. Cuke*forywrial

With the nut brown curls I I and'don't pay." !I and jioau de soir. j jDrai'ries omtxinH* fvrniIn'dnt

\Toull that I prnf"-ssrir were ijnyourpchoolof i of the bordered [ xfmrt lllt it. ,.
Jrirls; !! had a set back during the I new ( TITUSVILLE, FLA.

passion j.lants rtllotauizp; ; blizzard, and the quality of those at the fancy : are never hemmed, which is heavens own I j I GIVE HER A CALL. I
i stores is not choice. mercy to the tired dressmaker. II
the heart, with sights; | very
Lecture on ----- -- --- --- -- - -I
Or. just in a class of two, i iLove's i. Apropos of vegetables Dr. Holmes) wrote. i, Corset fronts of striped stuff appear below I II I ,.
s"pet art I'd teach to you. Uphold th" plain uppers and have usually the side forms
who. in his teens I iI j
-II. \. Uayne in New Orleans Picayune. Found six new species in a dish! of jrreens. :I front anal back of the stripe as well. j c. JHardware. LECTOR: i f fGenI

At the Palatka. I! Fashion about hoist !!
of tinPli '!. ilird.The I hotels in Florida they -rve seems again to the I
Traps fresh strawU-rries now with whipped 'l'I"t'am. black flat; and decree that somber hue is the 'tI and
pha-be bird with its cheery j>oe or, as the Boston girl calls it, "chastised correct tiling for woman's outdoor wear. : Merchandise
is already heard in the rural dis : milk." I
See i Black velvet with
; prineesse gowns, fronts .
folklore the arrival of thisearlv I
tricts. In It is said of the late Emjic'ror William'si :I of creamy lace, are much affected by the
is that hard ;
of an oiwn
bird passage I i chef that he made it a rule to Five his mar j statelier sort of matrons, to whom they are I
and that the farmer I
frosts; arc over may jesty new soup and entree at least: once in ,1 vastly becoming. !
with confidence t)) his planting.' week. STORE.
proceed I every
Jackets for service come in rough cloth of i ii
Now it is known that they sail; north ona :j Some of the Florida hotels are serving a"roast i small checks; for dress they are of smooth, j f MERCHANT.
endure ice
March breeze ;i haunch of deer, with jelly sauce," | almost lustrous weave, and in solid tones of

weather and have no more relation to I': which correspondents de...criI.e as being rather bright: colors. Melbourne, Florida

farming than a pewter half dollar has to 1 very palatable. 1 Shirred or plaited bodices of red surahI I Ii I 1-- ____ u --

trade. As nest builders they exhibit I It is believed that most of the cocoanut pie i I divide honors with the ever faithful jersey I II'S
variation of the 5tvh' of their I Geo. E. Chase ; I propose to keep
taste exlsosol for sal,at railway eating houses was the corsage; for searing out at home skirts ,
nests and the furnishing; materials. The j manufactured tVjn after the first cocoanut I lest street usefulness. I
of hark answers for nome of themto .
was diseoveml.
fiber In flowered stuffs the stiffly conventional-
line their nests with others us-- moss, Authorities say Westphalia ham shoultlne'e1' i/ed stripe, or the wreath twining about aniluIasSitle Ship Chandler A First-Class Stock
and is worded to have
wool, one
be served without spinach any more column, are chosen in preferenceto
built a nest entirely of corn silk. The>e 4| than "London Assurance" should be played the more graceful sprays and clusters. i
have greatly itnprovitl their nests I I
birth without Meddle.
Crepe cloth is shown with a two inch solid
of which float and Vessle' :Supplies, all kinds II
within the memory than suggests :-OFGROCERIES-
Women in restaurants who ask of tan Gobelinbine I
i anxiously strife gray, copper, navy or I
instead Patent Anchors, Chains, Hlocks; ,
that they are guided by reason if the' tine, the steaks! tender or I hroken across with fine clustered bias Galvanized Wire !
I j} Canvass' ,
of the stupid instinct which i is so I I the lettuce crisp, usually order charlotte I stripes of \\ bite, black, cream, pink or scarlet. Hope, all sizes' Tents' ,

often attribute to then Norwich II russo and a cup of tea. : A )basque as new as it is ugly has round :Spruce Ladders,

Conn.) Bulletin. I1 There is very little in the food line the : points front and back unrelieved by either Coppei Paints, :al' l-i sal's' qt.'.. j

I| Florida hotels use that does! not come from I postillion plait or opening, is bound to the i :Spar Varnish' sal's l-i gal'sgtspts.
A \Vt-ll Mcritcil r.hnlw.First i: New York and a "train detained" is a very i last, extremity, and readies nothing at the !I 1 Oils' and Leads, all kinds.
Actress: -The impudence of these i serious matter down there. F. w. KKVOI & ors HEADY :MIXED TAINTS, ,

men is simply insulting. What do you The artillery has fired for roast turkey and I' hips.With a la'-P slip of black another of white. !I In fact aey thins; for-Ilnildimg or Sailing boats. + t,

suppose that front row bald head Sent mo cranberry sauce, mince pie, sausages plum and silk j .>tticmts<< of different colors, the Hart's Rock <>O Cast Kay St.,
this morning? pudding, buckwheat cakes, scrapple ami I economical dresser can outdo the chameleonin I
Second Acu'l'S.-Oh. what was it? Do tripe in all families that affect to 110 ga.4ro- i tlw matter of change; at a very trillingesjtuso. i i JAChSON1'ILL1. :, ni.Bates' DRY GOODS rf

tell me, quick."A nomically well regulated. There are others, :, ; ,, '

gn at big floral heart with a love of course, among whom these "winter delicacies' I New ginghams come in all possible shades Ludden &, Southern Music House. .
in the and a diamond pin in thu ure always in season until tho clock i I
letter top and combinations of colors, and as they are ;
indicates 11 ::0.
center_" : held at the cheerful price of $1.fJ! the yard, NOTIONS
: .
"How rich he must be! What did I are not only "liner than split silk," but more ,
you doM EUROPEAN JOTTINGS. I costly and far more chic. I I I

"I summoned a messenger Ixty instantly 1 I A Mack moire skirt, that may lie worn under b
There are 10,<>74 lawyers in Franco. I
:and after tearing tho letter into aperies of several bright: hues, suitably I )1('us. biddie's'.l'ihildi'eus:
bits, I boattm-d the pieces over the now-I Electric lights are now being applied to J toned down with black! moire bows, is an excellent '

ers and Kent it back to the carriages. | purchase for those:" women who care .
didn't want to quite break his heart There are 1\O/! )()()1 liquor saloons! in England; I' to combine style with economy.Draperies ; I

I retained the phi."-Omaha 30,000 of which are in London. like the of Providence e
1 though, so ways The (:1'"f'nt11f'1",1f' Piiino mill OruanIH'IMit I SHOES..A.TS
J, World II Terms have U-eu arranged for a railroad } are past finding out, at least by the casual I til tin :SMMith. YiniJest' Hare to buy I .
in Siam from Ban iok to Zimine. i i observer; but close inspection reveals so | The Clienix-l i'liiolo buy; The SnleM1'lare i:
lot bn;, .\ .*!uIwilic'c'ut Kccnrd Over I I.aUHUI }
Three C'lavue of American I much of method in their madness as makes j iu South.TII
The sultan has prohibited' the uxportntiuu i' :auo't u.iil OrKuiiHiilafeil -
"In your travels through, the coun-I of Arab horses from any part' of his domino I elegant! )length their prevailing tone. i: HOMM-S nir.fe 1S7U.SAVANNAH.

, try," rays an Englishman, in ) ions. ,. India silks are a rage, and beside tho fa- :j GA., Nov. 1st, 1SS7.

: the United Statesyou are constantly A "spinsters'"ball was given in Dublin in miliar patterns of blocks, bars, 'stripes, flowers I j loom: f.>r the prlt'l'-siol1. It's a long I I
i running across two classes of jx-ople, the I the beginning of March. Twelve maiden \ interlaced rings, come in huge: branch one. li's head in Macon, and rear in J ''I

hifalutin' I toasters who think they can ladies received the quests, and it ww very i designs i that sprawl in the most inebriate I amnah..h) miles of wagons containing :; .

whip all creation awl th apish imitators I gay. : fashion over the delicately tinted ground. I 4Utoi: I'iaiu.s and Organs told bv 1... *S- B. ,
of who spend their timo Statistics to show that in ': I since 1S70. t
European ways appear England For house wear in the dim and distant summer $. M. II.
in apologizing for their country. But it I Iii domestic scrvantsare! growing eomjiamtivelyfewer. nothing is better or more ladylike than '
I t 'rt:1ily. Wearealtr.qehotise.
only fair to Bnr that the vast majorityof I In is:5l there were 1,000,000. but in I the plain and striped nainsooks, while for. \T Ar',. do s a'i''ii t.r'cs''/" trailc.nH We ...'H l'iaa: "ant Orwim; iu

the people belong to neither of these 1SSS there are 1,.'.jOOO, only. : street gowns m hot weather the super ser- at.ewe.'ateiueut rviul'.u ru S't-u u 01.u"t AV in-lia\v the 1t'aai l'Xll.1.'J.ttll Auvuclw. and the I i!

classes. Unfortunately, however a visiting I The Silurian l'a<' railroad has been begun : viceable sateens will again l>long favorites. CLOTHING it
Englishman is much more likely to ; in earnest. With bridges; over tho British -New York Commercial Advertiser. low have we over built Sap such an

meet the two classc-s spoken of than the I I channel und Jiehring; strait, there might: ---- -- imrnctisftratliUy en el1l'rpri'l'progns
larger class, of self rt pl.'Ctingmericms I then be a continuous line of rail from New WHITE HOUSE PETS. business i met hot Is and square tlea1in We

who really represent tho genius of the I; York to Londou.I make our patrDiis our friends. We work ..

country. And so he goes home with a I )11'.. Pierce was very fond of tho black nag: for tIme'n, take their into partnership, as it I I

false impression of the 1' 'P1'."-New! I CURIOUS THINGS IN LIFE.A that her huslcind r ',' than their vKHiet' worth.
; -- :?!'>/
York Tribune. Nellie Arthur had a spotted Indian
: sign on the store of a Toccoa (;a.1) j !
( firerchant -
---- .-- for the apple of her eye. Oar Lara: ('ai'inlour slant ri:I.h. our life-time
reads: "Lamps fixed, razors honed, I\'title'-; al>uy' rot. <>..r ,rfinlr lint, i
The Supply of yuliilnc. fresh Vienna bread and Mrs. Monroe brought tho first white rabbit ill f.l ':.1... Ufrirl.i ', I III'vf'//i,,'//.ir/'>('n>,iU oysters, tombstones. ... .
I 1111.1. ti.eyr"I. t Il.r. [wfs a wayV>- havw.Fall
It is a curious fact that while tho to the nationull'l"t..uull.'s, I
I A of took place in Helena M.I I I
annual supply of quinine for the whole T., recently game in which there was 40,000, in Harriet Lane had a largo stag hound that and Winter/ Bargains 1 18g7-88 '

world is about 6,600,000 ounces the consumption I one pot One player lost $1OOOand another i I was presented her in England."Dolly" : !>'umJIIl'r'"Olit Nah' o"t'r. Wartroomsrrotvilrd CROCKERY GLASSWARE

of this drug in the United ; $t',Olio during the evening. I Madisoi's particular pet was a. fine JiiiitifiiNfpurrluiNOs with Siu'cr1i direct:New Prom liintrtiim-ut J'at-roric>.. :I t

States is more than 3,100,000 ounces, or Among the Japanese engravings which are saddle nil;;. Moutpulier she had a pet router HarKaiiiH than ewer far nil anil
nearly one-half the entire product. The I sheep. Winter, ISS'-SS.:
now exhibited in London i* one in which is
price of quinine has Ijccn so low for tho I shown a littlo boy exposing his body to the I Mrs. Adams had a great goldfish and ono Not rediii-i-tl-prices and poorer intruments ; HARDWARE
last three or four years that largo plantations attacks of that his of a bluish tint sent her by a New Englandsea ; l b .
j niusquitoes, so parents but the / >?' ])/'i>''s mired :! r ,
of the cinchona tree have Urn uprooted I may lie spared the bites. captain.Mrs. instruments. ( i renter vals:,; t fi-r the m-'nt-y.

in Ceylon, and tho tea plant is i I The other day at Fresno, CaL, a ewe gave Hayes had a magnificent importt.lJal'allt.'SO Of our lowcst-prieeil In-tiMr.ieiits: this is

substituted. Ceylon produces a very I birth to three lambs, two white and one cat that was presented to her hy a specially true. They are vastly iaiptuvtil! AND
large share of aU the bark that is: mar- i black as the ace of clubs. When the mother naval otlicer. and we are proud ofLhm1t. Hard to ties'-rile::

keted, and the exports from that island saw this otI color offspring she stamped oil !j Martha Washington's chief pet wn..a Lt.>auHflll such bar;tilts < n pnjiT. !.?:vrc'll!! try.OTU .
declined more than one-third between and butted the poor little fellow until it was !i Mrs.
green jiarrot. Washington was .
,1 2O PI.1NO.- :, -.- --.V- :t rr-f*
1885 and 13S.-AmericanAgriculturisL dead.J. also fond of a fallow deer. CUM; can e.t Kv. rt--rlt :tt Ito |>liitU.; 'w *t Goods.I
i j\fu.ll Sis I'arot' riara't"Viv'.i.j: ut"1 rtunedt Ship Chandlery
D. Ilatteree, of Chester Ga., enjoys the ; Mrs. Grant had a "strawberry roan" cow t.\fOr)' WV. ';oni'lote( <'I1tl t; I'liind...t''I,I'luhn.illc'r- .
Why Tin War llemcmbered. unique distinction of being: the only man on | that was a sul erg milker, and supplied her eteev. rlar"'is-tnttnr.nni-.*:>-!w .k.1rirkti I.

Remembrance is not always compli- I record whose life: was saved by the! kick of anuke. j table with milk and cream. O\toll'II s5'22 s:7. .:) 11 l;rh.\XO.n,:;;nowt!.NUUtfulPartnrt''rht.:-ts >.< -t ntylo i I i.
II"a'1 acquitted of the trii'A favorite r-ljle. Tii : recently QIJ1""h1'1""
mentary. A man who was sadly givento | Mrs. llliss, President Taylor's daughter toll out lit ivujMOn :>. I _
borrowing died very suddenly. During j I murder of Jack Reed, a colored man, on the 1 vi ho presided over the White House until her *. inn; nUf\>.-Two cots !!....1* Five i
the funeral services, a comrade took j ground of insanity caused by the kick of a i father's death, had a splendid white owl. I"s. llI''ae. Extrud'tit''-,!,.lani with i iI I
i mule in the head. Ftaii'l". inii'ii* rn-k. OMIIIllf'ut.t nn-t FlU..I. U ii
occasion to say: "There is nothing lost of j Miss Cleveland's let while at the White I .tl".l lUstnu-tor. luus.c !I" Ui. u :.l ii/'V'. '.<"..'. i will l he the main features of mylmincss
this man but of mortal clay." ---- : s.j oii(:.tN= .-r-ur sits i:. ..i Tfnnniiiv i
a lump House beautiful which found On
"'hat trench Children Arc Taught.In was a rose ":"10,1. Ih-i-.itiful '?!-<'. A nt i1iirr.lJe !
Tho astonishment of the people was in the conservatory ami which now bears her 1'arlt.r ()rian. ('ore.] :titii u chaLViwnnl. I but order: sent me for anything
I all French schools there are in use |
Intense when old man grumbled out 1:,rre Ifar7'mi"t. ro r1 m/.l'. T1t"lI/lflA ni fl.tmill'.llllA
an name.
I manuals of history, showing the growth and I j bJVd inl'< audibly: I I the character of tho social, legal nnd politi-I An eagle occupied a cage; at the mansionfor
"Is too! I lend him moreas l1"l.'C hun- i cal institutions of the nation. Every child i a part of President Fillmore's term, agift An Stock from World'sMakers Jet i ,villowill! o promptly filled.

dredt tollah, und don'd Let"on I grows up to comprehend France. He knows from a political admirer, and the nobl to suit all toteand pnt-'d-r. Overt i!

cendt'."-Youth's Companion. : what has been tho evolution of the past, and i j bird was often fed by Mrs. Fillmore. ".t dillertnt styles t.\ rljoi-st' fro,m. t

-- --- -- by what stages affairs reached their present |! Mrs. Jackson never presided:" at the White 1.1.\sn.-.hlrlu.rnr.: J!::"'OD $ Hn"II'tt. ,
A 1'ftthotlc Incident. condition. He is not likely to be a reaction- House, but a large black and white coon that 3Iathu.hU.. Be'ul.rhill, !-oll") to tIOO'. .
One of the pathetic things about the i 1st and endeavor to involve the nation in old had teen caught: when young and trained by Hay OIKJAXllaon Matr: S-l: eo 'oO.ICasiest .

last days of llmperor William was his :, experiments, already tried. The fault of all j one of her faithful slaves had the run of the Will buy FruitSpEggs Chickens
separation from the alllicteil crown faults in American education is the very houool'huhl.-Dctruit Free Press. I Terms ever lu-apl :. :lr'n ?3 : ,
Prince. : small amount of knowledge acquired of the I j to $10, paid monthly will secur1 an
His his
into i
physician went : why and the wherefore of existing institu- j I Elegant Instrument. .
room at 4 o'clock in the and : RELIGIOUS GLEANINGS. I I
morning i should know with Or Produce customers
I tions. Every child what i II any Country my
found I One tn aL That nor Prima marked
the monarch sitting in bed and price tray. i
up i I !
difficulty certain constitutional provisions } in I'lain tUnm*on each : *tnm.-nt a:: 'U vwt'on
crying like a child. Hi1 exclaimed: ,, secured and their relative value in free The Woman's coB 'ge founded by the made to ajij". cue chaiv no notw. take: 1111 Itaa. i or friends may bring
were ; This ', tiMmt" all the 1<.",.-t i rii..
"Doi>tor. I cannot bleep fur thinking of I Political economy and republican Methodists at North Baltimore, Md., will lit IIqU:1reI)

Fritz. For Heaven's sake, hurry and I,1, government.institutions should be studied, in elementary | formally o] 1 rvrrvthln7 in plain i to market.I .

wake preparations to let me. jo to San; ::; form by all pupils of 15. At 21 the A world's conference of Young; Men's Chris tion print.given end in exactly circulars.i* rer-re--nteil Le'tencartfulhan Full !inlhnna--rWf'r- I

Memo to bo with him."-New OrleansAmtsDemocmt. ;; boy begins to tinker at public affairs. It \ tian associations will held at Stockholm, e l. }'a:1it'.1ivin' n tho':*;to.l mile) otl'oan hey i
I be well if based Sweden, in August of this year. just as Veil! ;iif ii -:1VlllIIh. Thre. -f"units
i| would our suffrage were on .
of o'ir entire If ..J i- <.lIn ly (rirt'sl'or --- -- 'I 1 a knowledge of our institutions.GlobeDemocrat. -; The receipts of the A. B. C. F. M. for the .
.' . I
lltltrlillzatlnii: er rii.ii'H. first six mouths of the present financial year i,r.<'E.'IEJJI,..,,"-- .,o. / .r'.;''.?' I'I/.r: / '1',." : ": ask for a -Irnre of the public patronage
) ) in of those of the .
sji fi".t5k excess same I ,
Studies are IK '
hybridization on the cross; fertilization and A Lover of .\rt. ; vial last year. Sltrf'.i( ; : : : : ;;: ', .,'."1. ,:>.?'> .- !I..M::, :; ., ";.! and supplicant not a
of plants havo shown that Miss Grisby My father is a great lover of I come a* a ,
m Gen. Booth that the Salvation
the announces
cross fertilization
t11'our common ; art. Are you, Mr. Quimby?
conducts l) ll"0 thi dictator, asking for your favor
through ,
Army processions
vegetables the tendency is toward atav- "Ye In fact, I'm a painter myself. SOUTHERN MUSIC HOUSE. SAVANNAh, GA.
Un), or a reversion to some primitive an- "Youare. He will be so glad when hehears streets of the United Kingdom; every WL"t.k,1 j -- - If courteous treatment,good
cestral form, rather than toward the ; that." i or an average; of 1JOO: daily. I

Production of a plant imascbsiug qualities "He has heard it. In fact I am shortly to Ii Cbong; Tong, a Chinaman who professed Liebig Company'sEXTRACT goods and low figure i*

common to a number of present existing i execute: a piece of work for him." I Christianity at Augusta, Ga., recently, is the
i'' t.-cit.>S.-G luLe-lAoU1llCrat. 1 "Indeed. Of what nature!' : first of his race to join the Baptist church in the candidate for

"I'm going to paint his barn.NebraskaState i I the south. He is the proprietor of a ;grocery of MEAT
---- 1 Journal. I II :: and 'hiuesu novelty store m Augusta; and public favor,

A Negro Preacher I I Las accumulated a irOl'l.rty of several thou-
GREENSBORO Ga., May 1*..-George Me-: Jn:t Like ft Man. I stud dollars. INVALUABLE FOP. DYsPEPSlA. then I'm

Duma negro preacher who killed William She had sent him down in the cellar to cut .! The three northern and the three southern J elected.Your "

J Cheney, also colored, was Landed here to- :. some wood. Suddenly there was a wild, unearthly I presbyteries in east Tennessee and south-1 I Au Efficient Tonic for Inyallls

yell, the sharp clatter of a. steel body western Virginia i-articipate in the celebration -I j

coming in contact with a stone wall and a of the centennial of the general as- I Manlaneons Beef Tea,i :?, anxious to please! ,
A Imig Lln' Oltk. stamping of feet. sembly at Bristol, May 4. Six speakers from I i

A live oak tree in Mississippi) measures I; She (at the top of the cellar stairs; intense as many presbyteries will speak on imi'or- Alnofor flavoringV.npa, an..PI and Made Disliea.OF '.
fire and one-half feet in diameter breast i surprise)-Did you cut yourself with the ad taut subjects Dr. Ilayrs, of Cincinnati, :". 'UISE only with Baron Lietig'* Signature it
high from the I lie -No; 1 just fell out of a Lallwn.I .- chairman of the centennial committee of the > BLUE INK acrofg labelLsold ::8:, R.ay.TILL .
ground, anti t')1r"a,1i) its by all ?f>I.C""pt'U" Groct-r and Drll gbt"
'atiches 'lght-two feet. I Philadelphia Call nerthei n assembly, hasp roiuist d to attend.


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FLORIDA STAR. I and workman in the country. Mr. Carlisle 1 grove, but this would, undoubtedly, give: SUICIDES IN JAIL MR. BUIXEKTERYIEWED;

closed the debate with one of those him greater favor in my eyes (I like ,
Ii Harry Benson the Patti Ticket Swindler. -e-
PUBLISHED EVERY TJIt"R D.\Y. lucid and forcible by ). !
calm, arguments oranges Takes His Own Life.NEW I WHAT HE HAS TO SAY ON THE

ELLIS B. WAGER Editor and Fnlslier :i which he long ago won the admiration Now as to marrying a ''briefless barris : YORK. May I?.-Harry Benson, the ING CAMPAIGN. COM

i'i of both sides of the Home.j ter" or a 'poor bank clerk." why should : Patti ticket swindler, awaiting extradition

$1J per ,-111111111. j! It is understood that the Hou,e will such a fate have seemed imminent to'' r- to Mexico, killed lIe Think the Pre..identiai
himself in Ludlc Rice em
Entered at the Pout Office atrcondClas Titu'srilli' ;j now turn its attention to the appropria- "Billet-Doux," for as I understand it 'i t i ,1-c Street jail, last Between Cleveland:: and ChauoeT &)

$ Matter. I j tion bills and let the tariffbill wait. That his remarks were intended for Titusville, !'I '.air 4 night, by throw- Depew lie Courrnea orl L
-------- -- -- : seems to be a wise plan. The appropriations he !poke of our girl.; Only one bank : \ f ing himself over Topic ??! say He U In too.llI.altb.

stake.\ >{:I7 i .column.IKK Is one Inch In space; 24 squares i run out on the :30th of June, and adorns our town, and I am informed that I : 'y',\tY.-4' the way staircase to the stone rail- BUFFALO, N. Y., May i9.The xJ,

For advt.rosin; rates enquire of the Editor the month of June, now near at hand, the proprietors of that institution have A----........... .. floyr tlow.: Ren an extra edition publishes the foUowln letter tIa
always enclosing two cent stamp. I .'. .. had been de- from Frank L. Powell, a News ,ta/ -
Presidential T1' i '
will be taken up largely with not as yet found it necessary to employany 4 ? "t. : l'Qr
---- ; _: a spondeut since the respondent, now traveling in
Tin STAR is: the OFFICIAL new-papci I conventions. If the Hou-e can pass clerical force in addition to that i 1: .- -> ... recent decision >of Rev. Dr. Fuller's party; of Eur.wthe "*

p for IJrevard--- -county.- ----- -- -- -- ail the appropriation bill before the St. which the proprietors are able to furnish J.-----.;;._ the supreme court, HOTEL Dc touruuGRAXD PVR
-- -- -- Convention it will do bank HARRY BE SOX. that he must 1 bt GENOA. ITALY .
TJATJTT'TJ maybe found on meat Oeo. I Louis meets, a service themselves. We have no poor ,. Apru *:
THIS delivered to the Mexican authorities II -
X..l.LtEki p. ftowell&C.>'aNewspairAdTertlslngBmvaudOSprnceStA ; U e have jut arrived
\vh*.r<.advert kini I to the country and to itself. When clerks and will, probably, not have any : broke away from a keeper in the evenin : at th.ab,,TI
1 name.1 hotel
IN Ai\V TOIll ? where we ,,
contracts may be made for it I they are out of the way, or in the Senate, in the immediate future. There i-, : while being conducted along:: the upper corridor toplwi t break the

The Star has the Largest circulationof of fla ; the discussion of details of the Mills bill therefore, no necessity for uneas'me : took a run and leaped over th- railing vitaJourney. to P.)1IIf.
the East coa t AnHht'1"
any paper on I and in an instant was lying; on the stone part of
I can go on. from that quarter. AS for the briefless : floor below. He was breathing and seemed I four people arn'1t:4

CAIT. UOB'T. DAVIS: and CAPT. L. I.FLOIIXCJ In any case the tax and tariff questionwill barrister-well, I am not inclined to conscious when the keeper reached him, but the same tune u

are the most prominent candidates I! be fully and thoroughly discussed in scorn advice, and when I read the very ;I could not speak, and soon became uncoi l t ours. They pro
scious. He was injured internally, 3wcI .
will be at the Presidential it ought to referred last week \} to be James G
j so far. that presented I canvass as edifying article to no bones seemed broken. He live-1 three It.a' .
be. The when it could be shelvedby lestI .. vttx,,? a n e. Sire
the Convention next Tue:'da) I day naturally looked around uneasily hours __ ; .., "
..; Mss
I the consent of both parties i happily ; the briefless barrister &ta B.a.n: ,
------ : should fall prey to NOT IN THE SERVICE. ". "-t. u' :
'I .... : another 1aJs
Tin great editor and publisher of the past. Mr. Cleveland has done no greater and made up my mind to be on my A Tennessee Politician Attends Cliurr ;>,>
New York WoMt Mr. Joseph Pulitzer, service to his countrymen than by his guard against! him. I am happy to l'aY'1 and Astonishes the Worshippt1NASHVILLE. -*. '.-I I'" UP my card to Mr

has lint the fight of one of his eyes. An annual message: to force thi question be- however, my fear were soon at rest, for i Tenn., May 15.-Will 3.m J. G. BLAIXE.Elaine, was t 1.mitted .

oculist ad"ancethe cause that he let theAWH fore the people." among all the barrister? of our town, i Smith, to chairman the Democratic of the Knox convention county, delegation was- :, to his room and after a few work
and in a social the followinz
shine into it too intensely. I whom I examined critically, I fouud I the subject of much laughing last night i in. way interne*
II )r. and William took place regarding: the coming
I Chauncey Depew the corridors of the hotels. campaign-:
none who were not already :suppliedwith I 'What do you think of Ch.ium.vy
THE it is figured Mr. j Shakespeare were born on the :2.:lyd of It is told that Mr. Smith attended church i
now for
way up one of u-, and as the law limits all pew president. Blaine'
April. They are both widely known as Sunday morning took a back seat, and, 44 4I think he u a good
in the man
i Blaine will be the leading man ; very good: in
+ men to one only (one of those whom Iinterviewed being very tired soon fell asleep. The i deed.'
Chicago Conv'ntion-bis strength being rare good fellows. Mr. Depew modestly preacher was speaking of the of "
told me this) I have no hor- great Do you think he can secure the Repel,
of the insists that he meant no disrespect to the Tennessee, and upon pronouncing the name
estimated at 377, on 34 short number of into the hands of briefless I liean nomination for Sf
ror falling a "
that nominates. Senator Sherman great poet by being born on the same of "John Knox, once governor of the stat, I Yes; I think very likely he will IUl't'llj
barrister. Reference made in the Smith his feet
was j jumped to and shouted: in doing so.'
Blaine. day of the year with him. There is no "
tands next to )fr. course of said remarks to the "Anti- "Thirty-five votes for R. L. Taylor. 44 'Will Mr. Cleveland be renonunatol by
-------- political significance in this interestingdate ,' Some hisses followed, during which, it i is the Democratic side!

IT is now thought that the Republicanswill by the way, for Mr. Shakespeare, pokingyournoseintootherpeople'sbusinesssociety. i- said, Smith escaped.One I 44 'Yes; I think so. lie seems to hare gnen
I around almost
: am town II
general satisfaction to the Democrau'
it will be remembered was never Presi- I
the idea of of'tbe ,
give up forcing daily and generally hear all the news, Hundred and Fifth Day. 44 'Doyou think Mr. Depew wouU rca

confirmation of Chief Justice Fuller until dent of the United State-Cltilg.Yeu'll. /) but I affirm I have never heard of the The senate was not in session. I against Mr. Cleveland

the next session. The principal men In the house: resolution was agreed to declaring 44 'Well, I am not prepared to say Sir
-- -- -- formation of such society, and I am inclined that the house shall convene at Ill Depew, if he accepts the Republican norm

of Chicago, irrespective of party, have Stewartali. I to think it is like the bank clerk, I 'clock hereafter and adjourn at 5 p. m., except -, nation, would be forced to give up his MM.

written to members at Washington urg- I briefless barrister, etc.-only a myth or a on Friday. A senate bill was passed appropriating tion as president of the New York Central
ing his confirmation at once. The schooner yacht Corinne, of Daytona I $.u,000 for a public building at road, which is a very lucrative one, for ace
I arrived here yesterday evening good joke. It is- a well-known fact that Youngstown, O. The tariff debate was re- 'I that: is not. That is, it a in one way But

c almost our entire population have constituted sumed. Speeches were delivered by Scott whatever the position is worth, you are told
IN regard to the disturbance and quarrel with a merry party on board who stopped themselves into a committee of of Pennsylvania; Gear, of Iowa; Diddle, of i iSouth you are expected to spend so much of it any

between parties of this place and some here for the purpose of securing time ; Carolina, and Haugen, of Wisconsin I way.'

Sanford citizens at Kockledge last Tuesday license: and tieing the nuptial knot between the whole for the purpose of "poking The house at 5 p. m., took a recess until S p I "'In what way is the president of the
their nose into, etc.,"but as forthe reverse m., the night session being for pension bills' United States expected to spend money
we say that Titusville is not, and two prominent young people of 1 excepting to entertain foreign minister

cannot be held responsible for the occur- I Daytona. The contracting parties are (the "anti" part), I don't believe any; One Hundred and Sixth Day. I 'Oh, in a hundred little way, which
such ha been dreamed of In the senate the resolution confirming '
society ever soon uses up most of it.
ri rence. The parties that were from Titu Mr. Charles Stewart and Miss A. Mabe
Mr. Turpie's right to his seat was called I 'Do think Mr.
up Conkling had
in the "philosophy"; of our people. I do< you ; any
yule tell a different story from those published I Nash, and the ceremony is to take and adopted. The bill limiting to eight idea or desire for the presidency f

in the Sanford paper, and we have place on board the yacht this e.ening.1 I not consider it fair to consume more hours per day the service of letter carriers I 44 'No, candidly, I do not. "Mr. ConkLaj

space in my reply than the long article was passed. A number of special orders I was just at the very head of hu profession
heard versions that
not any two were The will be performed by tIle I
ceremony which called forth these remarks were made for the admission of territories,, and I don't think he would have accepted
occupied -
alike. Let it be understood that in saying I Rev. Mr. Stewart, father of the bride f and for seacoast d!'.'ense After a short executive i the nomination.'

this: we are not trying to defend the groom. To-morrow they start down the 'I I will, therefore, conclude, but would< session the date at 5:25 p. in. ad- : 'Do you intend to enter the field again'

II' say in parting that not only myself but ourned. I 44 'Most assuredly not. I am over here for
actions of of the If
participant river their bridal
I any on tour, expecting to<
I others whom I heard comment ; In the house, conferees on the Cincinnati rest and comfort and, am through with
1 those from Titusville are to blame, the I visit Jupiter and Lake Worth. This i.\\ many exposition bill were appointed. A bill granting politics for while,'

law is the proper recourse for redress. i the second couple from Volusia county; I thereon derived a great deal of pleasurefrom right of way through Idaho Ttrritory to 44 'What chance do you think there is fa
the remarks of "Billet-Doux," and the Washington &:; Idaho Railroad company nominating:; Sherman, Hill and others
The to have between I
quarrel seems originated that have, recently, visited Titusvill
was passed. The tariff decate resumed 44
was 'They are Of the
it is our earnest desire to hear more from secondary. course
parties: who, formerly were boll and Indian River to consummate the I speeches being made by Messrs. Butterworth. least thought of may be chosen, but I think

residents of Sanford, and between them happy event of marriage. \Ve heartily; him. I am sure one possessed: of such Buekalew, Henderson, Simmons, Stone, the race will be between Depew and Clef
i I noble genius should not hide it under a Grout and Seymour. At 5W p. m. P.ehouse land'
a long-standing feud had existed. Sine congratulate Mr. and )[Stewart and
bushel, but let it shine for the benefit of took a recess until S p. m., the night 'Do you think Depew would fill such
last: Tuesday threats of violence have hope their visit on our river may lead< session being devoted to tariff debute. high office acceptably r

been received from certain Sanford parties them to come this way again, perhaps to< I the community. Flowers of such sweetness I 44 yes. Chauntvy M. Depew ii able a.

:should not exhale their odor or PLAYS AND ACTORS. tive, and has brilliant qualities, but outstl
to Titusville if they visited there, make a home on this, the finest body of i
I bloom unseen. of all these he is true, staunch and gad
and as the case seems probable to come water in South Florida. Avon D. Saxon, the baritone, has signed: hearted and conscientious'

before the court, that will be the proper i While we are on this subject, I suggest vith the Amy Sherwin Opera company, now Would you support him if he were nom

tribunal to place the blame and decide Our Girl*-Whut Shall Wc EK : a kindred topic ; it i is, "Our fools-wha in Australia. latedf

the punishment. The people of Sanford With Them : shall we tJo with them ?'' I am sure i if Miss Mattie Earle, wants to star next season 44 Yes, certainly: he is a very good friend
and of mine, and I should feel I was dun;; rightin
is negotiating; for a new play with
can rest assured of this fact, that the citizens DEAR EDITOR,-In last week's issue !such aubject be properly handled, it : the dubious title of oolauk1iss Earle u! i iat giving him ruy sUP1JOrt'

of Titusville regret the happeningof of your largely-read and valuable paper, would be read with more interest: than I present the leading lady in thy Robert : 14 'But wouM you be able to take part 111an

any such event, whoever may have< I, quite a prominent place was given to the first effort of "Billet-Doux." : Downing combination.One I lade active you out canvas very! hick.Soi.o' newspapers hate

caused it, and certainly hope the good I some remarks under the same heading The old !saying that if this elms be I of the several productions of "UncleTone's h 'Oh, yes, I know but then I would
Cabin" next will have
feeling that ought to exist between neigh which I have seen fit to adopt, and while given sufficient rope they will dispose of I realistic feature a tank season of water, in whicL as a I much ity.' rather be sick on paper than in real-

boring places will not l he changed to that it i< far from my desire to awaken or I themselves after that method adopted by I will be placed blocks of floating ice, over 'Then. you have not been very ill?

of bitterness which is liable to be cauetbv I create such a long; winded controversyas I the lamented Guiteau when making his forts which to the fugitive the trained Eliza will in her ef ; 'Not at all. Do I look very sully m

the happening of such events. that which once upon a time disfigured exit from this world may be true, but i escape : uired Mr. Elaine with a smile.
An Ancient Perfume. : 'Then you consider Mr. Depew's dances
--- your columns under the caption heat this method i unkind and cruel. I am
as good: as anybody
Saffron, or the dried stigmas of a certain -
eEOSfOF Till TARIFF DMA. T!:. of Temperance at Rockledge," yet J I ure our friend could evolve some more purple crocus was valued among 'Yes, I certainly do.

Tin long debate in the louse which feel it my duty, as a resident of our humane and l less objectionable plan. the ancients for its pcrftiau- The HOOTS "Mr. Maine talked in a hale and heartY
style, and looks' the picture of what ha Jhealthy -*
closed. on Saturday lat has been one of! lovely town and as one of "our girls," to : Xo danger could exist in chosing such of their halls:: and man ion and even of I man in mind and body. hews
their theatres, were strewn with it. Its
the mot and instructive in favor friend "Billet-Doux" own I conversed on different topics fur fully "
: important : my a subject unless, perhaps:: the ever-ready flavor was:: greatly appreciated, and itwas
hour. :Some times he would a-k: a quesw.awith
many years. Both sides have put for- views on the subject. public should, in their haste to test the much employed: in seasoning cli?hes. I seeming indifference, but his gl&ntf

ward their ablest men, and have done I Authors are always generous (r?), and I method :suggested, use 'Billet-Doux" ormyself 1 I II -Chicago Herald. :I would sweep my face with a look that

what they could to interest the voters in I as our friend relieved himself last week I as material for the first experi: ----- --- --- I seemed to read my innermost thought Tb

the question of taxation. in such a very neat manner to the extentof ment. What Am I to Do i fourth person mentioned above wu not n
traduced to me, but I think she is Gail Hari
In commenting on this debate the Her I a column of well worded but somewhat Ah, me The symptoms of Biliousness are unhappily -t" ilton.

old, of Monday, sets forth that the Democrats disconnected matter he will (or "A little nonsense now and tbeuIs I but too well known. They differ "Our party are well and happy, and Otnoo -
in i different individuals to some extent. "
have shown much more ability" ought to) pardon me for ridding myselfof relished by the wisest men." 1 1i A Bilious man is seldom a breakfast is a paradise.

than the Republicans. It says : ''Witl; what I feel the community should receive -i ram, Mr. Editor. as ever your friend eater. Too frequently, alas, he has an Dependent Pension Hill.

the exception of Mr. McKinley we do I from my pen. j and patron, excellent appetite for liquids, but none WASHINGTON, May 14.-A di'It-ptioo&.om

not recall any Republican speaker win Therefore ANGELICVS. I for> solids in the morning. His tongue the National pension committee of the Orww*
will hardly bear inspection at time I Army of the Republic, consisting of Corpta
has contributed anything to the disciivsion I Firstly-It is not compulsory upon I Ethiopia.. May ')1 st, 1SSS.Editor r:I if it is not white and furred, it any is rough;, Tanner and others appeared befora w J*
of the important question. Mr. Heed : my; citizen to disturb his rest by devising I at all events. I house roramittee on invalid pensions *+-
certainly did not in his address, and we methods for our disposition. We single Florida Star: The digestive system is wholly out oforder i presented their views in regard the to nea*** .
bill by
pendent pension passed
regret that so able a man should have : girls areas a rule, pretty "well disposed": i and Diarrhoea or Constipation may I which proposed to grant a pension of|W per
DEAR SIR,-I happened to read the be a symptom, or the two alternate.
iI I
may SUI* hate
found nothing better or more original toIf : as it is i without any help from our month for total disability, an.llt1
charming and well-written article I There are often Hemorrhoids or even i prong
If say than to reiterate, certainly more brilliantly : Friend, and are fully qualified to dispose Our Girl -What shall we do with on loss of blood. There may be giddiness i for reported a per by the diem house pension. The del.T teIf

and amusingly than his predecessors 'of ourselves in a satisfactory manner. and often headache and acidity or flatulence ; favored the bill originally introduced *

in the debate, the silly cry of "free Many of our citizens are unencumbered hem; T' in the STAR, which I always and tenderness in the pit of the I request of the grand army, and opp'W1 the
i read at the hotel where I board. Itaiised stomach. To correct all this if not effect amendments made by house and senatft
trade. To abuse and misrepresent the : with girls ; many others wish they were,
i a cure Gretn't Flower it I.
I a deal of tun-especially try August ; costs .
among Kuildlng
other side is no argument, and in our be- and many of our young men complain hut a little, and thousands attest its effi- ': Providing F some of our limbs of the law"and : WASHINGTON : 14.-The house
lief this question of taxation will have bitterly of the scanty supply of the racy. roads
bank: clerks, who really did not appreci- I on postoffleea and post
lo l>e fought out before the people with i article in Titusville. Those of our citizens -I a favorable report on the bill to proms fat
ate the joke. I eagerly look for next i XOTICC. =.
arguments and not with denunciation.On who have young marriageable I postoffire buildings at a cost not toe
t ; 'veek's i issue of your largely-read and In pursuance of notice hitherto given, I '5,000, each, at all places where threceipts gro
the Democratic tx
side find trouble in di of
vemlpeakl'r- daughter no -poing yea1more
\ell-priutedjournal, and hope "Billet- and under an order of the Hon Minor S. of the postoffice for two
i have made their mark by strength of argument them: ; in fact I know whereof I speak I. Doux"will have. something to add I I II .i Jones: County Judge of IJrevard County, I : preceding shall have exce'l A

by wit in presentation and by vhen I assert that the great difficulty more will, on the 'Jnd day of July, 1SS8, sell atpublic in each year.
I to his previous excellent essay on the: outcry, before the Court house door, The secretary of th9 t. "ury has Kew
thorough knowledge of the condition ofsome heretofore has been how to keep them
j above subject. in Titusville in said county, between thelegal the house a commumca. n a
} of our great industries: Mr. Mills indisposed of.- Yours hours of sale, to the highest: bidder, that $10,000 be appropriateil to lap ply..n-

i and Mr. McMillan in the earlier part of Our friend takes exceptions to marrying truly, for cash, the following lands belonging tothe : in the salaries for sand toreletrdeficiency

MEN'S LEIJacksonville -. estate of .\. J. Pace, late of said gaugers. _
the debate made valuable contributionsto an orange groveand while I grant he county, i .
May !!ht. ceased, to pay the debt of deceased Colli"" lRATON
the question. :Mr. Wilson, of Wet las a perfect right to his opinion on the ; to-wit i i11 I Verdict for Maxwell Land 16Jud Gran 0...._

Virginia, and )Ir. Russell, of )Ia",*:lchu- subject, although he may be laboring Thrown Over a Precipice. .\ the right, title and interest of !said N. M.UnitedSanta May States District cow
in the
setts, little known to the House and the under an erroneous impression I cannot l'IEDYOXT.a.., May H.-One mile ,, (ceased in and to five acres in the south- : presiding in Fe, in the case of the tailed Stave
of wc>t corner of fractional lot 2, section S. s'
: rest: Bloomington, Friday afternoon Company
before made their with him for if should have vs. Maxwell Land Grant
they spoke as a
agree "south of .V I fGrant
I Patrick Foley and his father-in-law, James township range ) east: lying i iin the of Frank Springer, CO1W
reputations at once by their speeche uitor a young man otherwise acceptable I Boughen, had a fight regarding' domestic IJrevard County,:State of Florida. II plea company, and dismisses the gof'fI'D.

Mr. Scott's speech, in some respects the I should not think of discarding i him I troubles, during which Foley threw his J. i;. BOWMAN, ment's bill on the ground that b n th.courl iJ

ablest and most effective in the whole debate : lllt'relllCclUse he should be s) unfortunate -I over a cliff 100 feet high. TheM I Sheriff I and Kx-Offielo i Administrator.This ion i of the United States supr ereedJadi'
I man was found at the bottom insensible, : I the Colorado case, the suit here .
de-serycs to be read by every farmer ; as to be the possessor of an orange fatally injured. I 2M of May, 1888. 5 cata.
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I &'Kin Alchoho," to consider that issue In I large land owner, a model farmer and a successful '

STREETER. making up the party platform. After wish- :. stock raiser. WASHINGTON DISPATCHESA }

ing the party God speed in their work for Mr. Streeter was, while in the college, a I -- i-

humanity, she gracefully retired. ; ready speaker, but the duties of a stock \

I The convention adjourned until 2 p. m. grower are not such as to develop this talent. : $100,000,000 RAILROAD SCHEMETO POY"1

I When the convention reassembled after i During the war for the Union ha was a war BE WORKED IN BRAZIL.

Labor Nominates Him For !i dinner a communication was presented from Democrat. In 1' 72 he was elected to the
the National Temperance society, signed by : state legislature, serving on the committee
Confession. Sul> idie* and Contract Hate
President. I Secretary J. H. Stearns, of New York, urg- ; on education and agriculture, and taking an 1! Il iiLY

ing that candidates should be nominated for active part in railroad legislation "to pre- Heeii Obtained From the Brazilian Gov- .

president and vice president of the United vent extortion and unjust discrimination." *miiteal-The Dependent Pension Kill. ..i-

1 1I I States who are known to be uncompromising It was the time of the Granger movement i Other Washington Dispatches. ;

opposed to the continuance of the and Mr. Streeter joined the Grangers.In .
FL'SIOX OF FACTIONS. WASHINGTON, May 14.-A dispatch from
SO alcoholic liquor traffic, suggesting that Pro lbTJ: Mr. Streeter severed. all his old
hibition affiliation and became Ottawa, Can., to a New York paper states :
1 planks be incorporated in the platform political interested in
and that the convention demand that the forming of the Labor jiarty. The Green- '!, that a syndicate headed by J. J. C. Abbott. .

steps be immediately taken to prohibit the back movement followed the Grangers' member of the Dominion ministry, commanding i3!

CHARLES E. CUNNINGHAM, OF ARKAN- liquor traffic on the part of American citizens movement and in IbTS he was a candidate British capital to the extent of :' l .l' \

SAS, FOR VICE PRESIDENT. with the native races of Africa and the for congress on that ticket. $100,000,000( has been formed to undertake .

western Pacific islands.!' An effort was TheIedcall Train Kobhert.NOGALES. railway work in Brazil. It is learned here
made by Harry Hilliard the Labor
representative Ariz., May 16.-Holing; the that such a syndicate has been formed, com
in the ,
Kentucky legislature to
arrested at Huachuca Sunday' and New York linkers and
man : posedof leading
have this communication made the special
Pror..clin of the Union Labor Comentlon order for the night sessions. The sentimentof alleged to be the leader of the train robbers, merchants and representative New England -4KIr4G

at 'illrilinati-Th. Itc*>oliitioni and the convention, however, was decidedly has been brought: to this place: an'd placed inI cai'aiists, with some of the principal Canadian -
He denies in the
platform \doJh.d-Hri. History of the opposed tr the consideration of the question I I I i jail. complicity robbery, Pacific capitalists.It .
,, but says that the Mexican who was with him
for President. after a couple of stirring prohibitary amend- '; ( is stated that concessions, subsidies and
Nominee The
was one of the robbers. Mexican after
ments had been submitted by Kane, of Iowa, contract have been obtained from the government
May !'. .-The Union Labor parting With Holing took to the hills on foot. '
and Carter, of Ohio, the entire matter was of Brazil of enormous value and
rvHs-sembled at the Odeon at 10 a. Part of Sheriff Sliawe's poise searched the POWDER
convention tabled. that the first undertaking:: of the syndicatewill
for him but without
country success. Taylor -
in. with an attendance The committee on platform reported that be the establishment of a transportationline

......,. of about I t' their efforts to bring about a coalition be- the other man under arrest, describedthe from the port of Para, Brazil, 100 miles
Mexicans who in the
three were
\ three hundred. tween the Union and the United Labor con- gang from the southern mouth of the Amazon, by Absolutely
and the Mexican officials claim to know their
The committee on ventions had failed and that the two bodies i the Tocantins, Araguaya and Velmelho
py whereabouts and are confident of arresting Tins powder n> \--r varies .\ 11I11".1 l'Inl"IItrt'n ,
"' were unable to harmonize.A rivers to the of The Tocantins ,
city Goyaz.
permanent organization ; them. It is believed that Roling is a brother : lh and wlioloouiriit'xt* More r< utioimciil
\ } through lengthy report was presented by the of Taylor under an assumed name. Rewards' is navigable by large steamers for about two I than the ordinal kinds and j-am.ot I** sot mooiupttitiou
committee on resolutions, but some of the ; hundred and fifty miles from Para, and then' with the-multituil* of low Ira. short
Secretary W. amounting to about $4.000 have been offered."LEVEE weight alum or 1'1""I'lt. |H)"ilr*, >.'UI ulj
II.I planks failed to meet the expectations of the i is obstructed by a series of rapids for about .: .
lv BREAKS in ,.aUj;. Kotal I'-ikum 1'ow.lrr e. .. IIN Well *t..
; .. Kchuck, reported radical Greenback element on the single tax seventy miles.A :Sework -

\ as follows! : Permanent faction, and for over two hours they kept i line of railroad is to be built around -
(' A Hundred Thousand Acres of Illinois
1 '. chairman, the convention in an uproar. Finally, how- Bottom Lands "submersed. these rapids, and more than 2,500 miles of i Geo. B. Rumph. I
T John Seitz, Ohio; ever, their substitutes were defeated and the navigation established on the Upper Tocan- I IA
ST. Louis, May -Specials from several I
''\(I i. vice platform adopted as reported from the com- I! | tins and its great tributaries and the southern !,
president, I points along the upper :Mississippi: river give FILL USE: OK
mittee. 1 ports of Goyaz province brought into
ISON J. 8TREETEQ. Samuel Evans I t of losses the
The platform recommends full issue of accounts great to property 1 direct connection with Paris. It is said that GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS. 1I
Texas; secretary, J. IL Randall, Illinois; recording I tenders without inter- I owners and vast inundations. The levee
legal by government i land grants have been made by the govern-
clerk, G. D. Lennon, New York 1 that protects the Sny bottom;. gave way at 1 1li
; vention of banks to be loaned to citizens !, went and money voted for colonization on a

assistant secretary, George House, Missouri; upon their lands at a low rate of interest; an early hour yesterday morning, and the grand scale. Arrangements are now being I!

sergeant-at-anns local committee of ar denounces speculations in lands, declares men who were engaged in strengthening the i, made in Europe for the introduction of colo-

rangements. that non-residents should not be allowed to levee, had to run for their lives. nists. The region to be developed and colonized t tI lr t }

Chairman Seitz was introduced in few own lands, and that homesteads should be An opening one hundred yards wide was | is the central interior of Brazil tI I
a made and the water washed
and I
well chosen words by CoL Norton. Mr. exempt from taxation, favors acquisition of j into ,the bottoms with through Conriers ;, A historical as well as commercial significance .

Eeitz deliverea a brief opening address, in railroads by the government, establishmentof |i hastened the a bottoms roar. attaches to this enterprise, in as much
which he advised the convention to concen- postal banks; demands immediate appli warningI !* as in lS>i there was a great agitation in theI
farmers of the break and there
trate its attention to the good, grand and all cation of all idle monies in the treasury for I I chase driving the listock to was the a wild I United States, led by the famous Li ut.

important issues and let the lesssential issues the payment of the bonded debt; demandsthe ,:. highland I Maury, of the United States navy, over the i

by. That bo made to immediate passage of a service pensionbill ; I opening of the Amazon to the trade of the ii
pass no attempt i
The bottoms in Illinois embrace about
| are i
with that and a graduated income tax; favors j world. The region was explored in 1SU by iI
compromise wrong, as meant only
of land and
i, 100,000 acres a point I
surrender. amendment to the constitution making I a scientific commission sent out by the

Mrs. Juliet Severance, chairman of the United States senators elected by direct vote : opposite Hannibal.Louisiana At the, Mo.broadest, to a point opposite I French government, under Count Castle- 1, N,

committee on rules and order of business, of the people; demands the passage and enforcement -i place they are man, who pictures the region as an earthly ,
five miles wide and the overtlow
The of legislation absolutely excludingthe nearly : ", paradise, and declares that southern Goyazis

then reported. report was unanimously Chinese from the United Stages; favors makes a great and turbulent sea. The break not only the richest country in the work //RESHIRTS\\ 1

adopted.C. Weller, of Iowa, introduced the follow- I equal suffrage; and holds that the question of ,, occurred key's The Murphy's last inundation bay, known in as these Tur- { in precious metals, gold and diamonds, but I,, ..NC

'" ing resolution: enfranchising women is probably within the i that its climate and agricultural; resources: I LINEN.
bottoms in 1S'-,I. FINE
I, was 1
province of the legislature of the various are Un8tlualE.d.I .
That it is the
"RESOLVED sentiment of
At 6 o'clock the Indian
this, the National convention of the Union states; demands the strict enforcement of Grove levee yesterday and morning party of four engineers wuteh sailed L AR5 &C F '

Labor that fusion in the has law prohibiting the importation of subjectsof gave way submerged: : 14,000 : on the steamer Advance, of the United I
past : I
of lowland -
been destructive to the welfare and successof foreign! countries under contract; con ,i acres 5,000 acres of which wasplaiite't i States Brazil line, from Newport News, *a., i '' U
in wheat. The levee broke about wEQU +
the labor reform movements and that tends that so long as there is a free coinage !: I took from New York a large steam launch '!
six miles above Ill. For
from this time henceforth we will of gold, there should be a free coinage of I Quincy, many hours I of the Herreshtff model and a complete out- |
oppose H01tilT In.IST'S
hard the levee
and denounce and all efforts for fusion silver and that the further issue of interest men save by sink I fit for the expedition. The party, after locating -

with either the any Democratic or Republican bearing bonds by the United States be suspended ':' ing avail barges and! filled the break with heavy rocks, but to no i the line of railroad around the rapids of lrosli Onrdon Seeds

and denounces convict labor; favors came so suddenly that the Tocantins, will continue their journey to
organizations in either state or nation. Sold at Philadelphia Retail PriceWill
obliged to flee for their lives. 1
they were
't ; I
equal for equal work for both tho City of Goyaz.
A motion to suspend the rules and I make orders and
pass '! On the Missouri side the break at Alexan-i :special pried to
the resolution failed to two-thirds sexes; and says that the paramount issue to The company was organized in the United !
pass by a .
dria has caused i parties wantingl'
I be solved in the interest of humanity is the a great sea covering eight States and is known as the Para Transportation t
vote, the vote standing 143: to ?:a :Many: hundred thousand acres of land, in the midst in hulk.
abolition of anti and Its office is at'
who favored the resolution were opposed to usury monopolistic trusts. Trading company.

the convention taking the business out of the The Republican anil Democratic parties are j crafts of which of a all modern kinds Venice and with sizes. impromptu The I Nos. 11 J and 1* Broad street New York, and Geo. B. Rumph.

denounced for creating and perpetuating : water among its officers and directors are John J. :
Lands of
the committee on resolutions. floods the town of Alexandria from two to : It!) Tittisville; Fla.
these monstrous evils. C. Abbott mayor of Montreal, director of I
A vote by states on the suspension of the six feet The in I p
At the opening of the night session ex-Con- deep. people were a manner the Bank Montreal and member of the
rules to the resolution called for I
pass: on was prepared for the flood and the suffering is MALAHAK CKJAK: I F.U'TOnr.II. .
which resulted: Yeas OS, nays llii. gressman Weller, of Iowa, precipitated another 1 Dominion privy counsel; Charles C. Colby. 'I''j
: not The bottom in wheat
It was finally referred to the committee row by an endeavor to introduce his and great. and the was planted I deputy speaker of the Dominion house of | ('. Stttrc'K 1'ropriotor.

on resolutions without instructions.Mr. ;. anti-fusion resolution which had been defeated 'i corn, farming community commons; Col. George W. Hooker, of Vermont j

Evans, of Texas, chairman of the in the morning. Recriminations were reckon their loss at figures: aggregating ; Robert J. Kimball. of It. J. Kimball Manufacturer tlf tim Havana and 1X -
$ Most of the live
300000. had been
committee on
proposition offered by the United tions, many of whom considered the resolution Many go i, Dominick, of Dominick & Dickerman, New : hand nUllle ood.*. Order-: promptly tilletl.
steamboat from Keokuk
to the inundated
Labor convention as a basis of union of the as an attack upon. Gen. Weaver. This section.A see -' York: Theodore E. Leeds of Delloway, :, Factory at Malabar. Fla. L*

two parties: l was repudiated by" eller. and after an Davenport & Leeds, New York, and Guy i

"Holding that the corruptions of government hours' wrangling, the resolution. passed.J. Kiter Nine Miles Wide. C. Noble, attorney of the Central Vermont : Budded Trees For Sale

and the impoverishment of labor result W. Goshorn, of Charleston, W. Va., BURLINGTON, Iowa, May 15.-At o'clock ': railroad, St. Albans, Vt. t 5,000

from neglect of the self-evident truths pro- was elected chairman of the National execu- last night the river reached the high water At Low Price

_ claimed by the founder of the republic that tive committee and at 10 o'clock the roll was mark of 1SS1 and is now nearly nine miles
t all men are created equal and are endowedby I called for nominations for president of the 'wide. The cellars of a great many business May 14.-The house bill to 60,000 in Nursery.

United States. Arkansas nominated Hon. houses are flooded but no damage has retire Gen. Alfred 1'leasanton with the rank j i i
their Creator with inalienable rights, we : Apply to W. II. ILIPI'ity :

aim at the abolition of a system which com- I A. J. Streeter, of Illinois; ehr8..klsub- resulted. ..__ of colonel is being i i 1 ( Point.' Fla.'

pels men to pay their fellow creatures for mitted the name of Gilbert C. De LaMatyr, At a Standstill. antagnized by the ,
of Colorado but a telegram of declinationfrom \\ senate bill to retire :
the use of the common bounties of nature I the ex-;<.ongres. mall was received. The LYOX, Iowa, May 1 i.-The Mississippiriver \'\'14 him with the rank \.1. l \_ -=" "S

and permits monopolizers to deprive labor of is at a standstill at this point and lacks .

natural opportunities for employment: thus I Colorado delegation; named Gen. Weaver of of two inches of the high-water mark of 1NSO. j-....-............ of major.committee The senate on- I! NEWSPAPER SUBSCRIPTION AGENCY
filling the land with tramps and iaupers and Iowa but a peremptory letter refusal s' .

bringing about an unnatural competitionwhich I from that gentleman was presented. THE FIFTIETH CONGRESS.Proceedings ,, military affairs has .
Streeter's nomination was seconded by half- \ established a rule Tin: 1'10IIn .,(: I:X( .
tends reduce
to wage* to starvation I
rates and make the the in- dozen states. Ohio named John Seitz, thepermant"nt of the LgUlMturtj for the precedent, prohilciting
\"t'llth-l'rOllu For and
I terms ample eopuaddre
One Hundred and Third ,
chairman, but be, in turn, Day.In retirement -
dustrial slave of tho.M \ li i grow rich by his rt
toil Holding, moreover, that the advan- | promptly declined and Streeter was nominated the senate :Mr. Voorhees apologized to : of army ottt1 CIIAS.H. .\rJI.\X,

i by acclamation amid rousing cheers. the senate for the use of unparliamentary G cers at a grada
from social and improvement I 1 I
tages arising growth -
aim i For vice president, Samuel Evans of language last week. Bills for public build f1l j j above their rank in Haulover P.O., Urevard county, Fla.
belong to society at large, we 11' '
at the abolition of a system which makes i Texas; T. P. Ryder, of Pennsylvania; W. ings were reported as follows: Reno, Nev. ; l ill i the regular service

of Arkansas John Swinton Jackson, Miss. Vicksburg Miss. Virginia no matter what
such beneficial inventions as railroads and Cunningham, ; ; ; -

telegraphs a means for the oppression of the !I and Rev. Dr. McGlynn, of New York, were i City Nev., and Peora, Ilk, and house bills \ rank they may have St Lucie House

and of I I placed in nomination. Objection was made ;i for Bar Harbor Me., and Hoboken, N. J. A GEN. PLEASONTOX. attained in the volunteer ,
people aggrandizement an aristocracyby
wealth and! We declare the true j to the consideration of John Swinton's name !' message from the president on the subject of service. That rule, however, has

purpose of government power. to be the maintenance I on the ground that he was torn in Scotland, 1 the impressment into the French army of an : been repeatedly violated. This and other INDIAN RIVER, FLA.

of that sacred right of property which I I and the chair ruled that he was ineligible. American citizen, was read and referred.Mr. ,- cognate facts will be brought to the atten-

gives Evans was elected on the first ballot, but : Stewart said the man had since been tion of both houses in due course, and under t,

securitj to every that one he shall opportunity enjoy its to fruits employhis to I he declined, explaining that he expected to :, discharged. At 5:30 p. m. the senate ad- I the leadership of ex-Confederates mainly Having been refurnished} is now ojn-ned

prevent the from the weak i be a candidate for the United States senate journed.In I Gen. Hooker in the house and Senator Butler ; for guests under the managementj
and unscrupulous strong from robbing the honest at the next session of the legislature. the house, Mr. Bryce, of New York ou in the senate, a struggle will be made to j: its old proprietor and

and do for the equal benefit of all such Charles E. Cunningham of Little Rock a question of privilege, read communications give Gen. Pleasanton" at least the rank of i! owner.
I 1 from Abram Hewitt the that colonel in of his
things as can better be done by organized society Ark., was then nominated for the vice pre iI denying charge recognition distinguished
he had apologized to the British minister I services. >
than by individuals, and we aim at the dency. ,J MS. 1 aiiio. Prop.St. .
abolition I :Mr.: Cunningham it a mechanic, sixty-five during the Forty-ninth congress for certain Gen. Butler, who lost a leg in the cavalry
of all laws which give to classof
citizens either any financial years of age and has been Labor nominee resolutions relative to the case of O'Donnell, : fight at Brandy Station, fighting againstGen. : Lucie, Florida.DEL1OfflCO t
advantages judicial, -
I for governor of Arkansas, as well as for congress then under sentence of death. Mr. Wood- Pleasanton, is apt to become the" especial
industrial that not
or political are I! on the Labor ticket. burn, of Nevada, reiterated the charges.The : champion of the latter in this contt,
equally shared all others. :T : VrS:: :
by Jhe nominees for president and vice president tariff discussion was continued by the same as Gen. Hooker has already been in ... ..

"What we propose is not the disturbing of II made brief addresses. i( Messrs. Stockdale of Mississippi: Hopkins, the house.

any man or title, but by abolishing all taxes of Illinois Mansur Missouri:: of
Over a thousand dollars was pledged by j ; ; Taylor, HOTEL
excepting those on land values, exclusive ofImpro.ements Ohio Richardson of Tennessee McAdoo of An Express Train Wrecked.
the delegations to the general fund and at ; ; ,
to devote to public use those 12:30 the convention adjourned sine die. I New Jersey, and :Morrow: ,, of California. A SOLIDA, CaL, May 19_-The Leadville express ,
values arising from growth of society the on the Denver & Rio Grande road
taken from 5W the was
Mr. Streeter was born in Rensselaer recess! was J> p. m., t'OCU.ISDUS: : KIVLK FLA
increased tax of land, not according to area, county New York, in 1S23 though the family night session for tariff debate. derailed seven miles north of here while running

but to value, must, while relieving the j from :Massachusetts.: Young at a high rate of speed to make up :Nerdy }'urtlJ"Lt-tlloorns. <<<;oc..1 Tatl.
farmer and small homestead owner of the came j One Hundred and Fourth Day. time. J. T. Walfersherger, the express
Streeter life on his fathers farm in
endue burdens now imposed upon them, j Allegany county, to which the elder Streeter j In the senate adverse reports were received messenger, was severely crushed, and Uriah Tf THIS S*>2 per ])ay.

make it unprofitable to hold land for speculative -: from the foreign relations committee Van Valkenburg, a passenger, lost a foot
four old.
removed when the boy was years I .
purjioses and thus throw open abundant i on Riddleberger's resolution for consideringthe and was otherwise badly hurt. A dozen or 5;*.tjl rate by the w tvk or tuo&tti.
The father died in IS-jO, and the son was
opportunities for the employment of 1 fisheries treaty in open session, and on more persons sustained slight cuts and
his of
labor obliged to make own way. Hearing Hoar's bruises. .11. JAHVIS, .'rol'.f.T .
and the building up of homes. 1 resolution for a report of the debates
Knox college, then just opened at Galesburg,
--- ----
Fogg, Michigan, urged the accepting; of III where there was a labor department en- 1 and proceedings on the fisheries treaty. The ,ttfiutlfi'it
;i land forfeiture bill but What Fuller aj-"-. /" Xty.l'JlIIfII.! '"# to fsimlin'j.Important .
the proposition in an eloquent address. On was passed, a motionto
abling young men to "work out" an education CHICAGO :May 1*. Hun. Melville W. Fuller
reconsider was made by call. The inter-
motion, however it was also referred to the
he concluded to there. Upon his
go national copyright bill was passed, YM.,3,5, was seen yesterday reference to the
on resolution to All !
arrival he found the working departmentwas
10. At 5 m the senate adjourned.In attack upon him by C. II. Parker in a
urn Juliet of Milwaukee offered nays p.
Severance, not in running order. He knew how to
pamphlet issued at Washington. Mr. Ful-
the hause a joint resolution was passed i
resolution all L'lls introduced incongress '
a that
make shingles, so he bought trees and cut
appropriating $00.000 to enable the United ler said he had never seen or beard of :Mr.:
., but lacking a >fourths vote, 1! them down and into blocks on Saturdays,
Parker and could conceive lat
not why the
be referred This States to participate in the international exhibition Tint.i"st iiniHirt.uit in S: >att
of the i-rop
to a vote people. and had them hauled to town. In this way
ter should bear any grudge againhim.. He
at Brussels Belgium. The Cincinnati -
referred to the committee on resolutions he earned means to attend Knox college for knew of who could do such the Orjiii) and
MrSeverance then called to exposition bill, appropriating 1150,000, no man a thing Florida i- :::* crop eerrjone
was three years.In him and said h know of
against nothing
was passed with amendment
the Kjvaker's stand. She urged- the convention : 1S4'\' he went overland to California such an exhibits as providingthat relate to the attack beyond what he had sewn in the, should finleavnr t'' secure a gumlvariety
to retain the plank in the Union Labor later government
with team, returning two years
aox {
platform be the settlement of Marietta and the territory paper. tit orange: in planting a !:n>veTo .
declaring the right to vote to to Galesburg, but in 185'J: he drove a herd of
inherent in of northwest of the Ohio river may be exhibited Ililliuul Table ISrumwick I>>..all.
citizenship, irrespective sex. young cattle from Galesburg to California do this: and ::t'tucJ.: fruit >.<* hsyt"" i
"\ ol1lt'n," she said, "object to taxation for market. The next year he brought at :Marietta for three da'\.. The tariff CHICAGO, May 14.-Joseph Brunswick, the

without reprsentatiolL" She was frequently another drove and went through with them, debate was continued, and speeches were delivered oldest of the three Brunswick brothers, the taken premium: many of our ::tote

'pplauJ..l. by Morrow, of CaL Hooker, of :Mis-: well known billiard manufacturers, died at
profit on both trips. :Mr.:
making a i !
Miss enrietta :Monroe, of Ohio, a rttretentative land near New Windsor, Mercer sisippi, Houk of Tennessee, Wise, of Virginia his res.idnce in this city early Sunday morning. Expoition.

of the National Women's ChristianAssociation county, Illinois. He stocked a farm and has Kennedy, of Ohio and Simmons, of He was born in Switzerland s-ixty-fiv

was granted the privilege of been l-raising= stock ever since. He is now a North Carolina. The presitlt"lIt's"eto of a years ago: and has been a resident of Chicago 1
addressing: the convention. public building for Allentown, Pa., was read since b);. Cruder & :Sin KockhnL'e: FlaTIlE :!fltlr

She -ailed\ attention to another monopoly. I and the house, at 1 p. m., adjourned.


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! 110"no We DiOur Graves, : CARDS. I liucklcnArnica: Sake.The
: ,.. .,..w nvy\w.\ W\MMNa.alaaaN : best: salve in the works f"r
W"e live. Thiswe ,'u'_
must eat or we cannot
The Interstate clubs will open the season on I The Reason. : L. .\. ( JIXGUAS. bruisesores, ulcer, alt rheum tt\:. '
all know. But do all know that
Hay 5.MrQuade. I "Get married." say ray friends and I, we :ores, tetter chapped hands clulh'aiu,1wrnandall

will umpire the Detroit-St Louis ': Who've just turn?.! thirty-four. It we lie by eating: ? It i* aid we di'i our : kin eruptions anilively I
Join their lament and. fur Affl-AT-UWAfflHOI ART -
sigh; ; I cures piles I
with teeth How foolMi this or no n-u-r''i;
games. I 3Iy loneliness deplore.It irraves our "

Louisville has another new pitcher named IPatton. I I ,-uuDtI:,. Vet it fearfully:: true. We I Rock Ledge, Florid. It is guaranteed to give perfect "ati! ..tae-
U not that I fear ------ turn refunded.
to speak I -- -- -- ---- or money Pricev .
By bashfulness c1btr ...,...jIn I are terrified at the approach: of the D. L. GA ULDENTATTORNEYATLAW per lx>x. For -ale by all drug n'n, ?
; -t.Ire
The Kansas clubs will not ;
two City play fact. I'm noted for my cheek. '"
cholera and yellow fe'eret there is i a fitusville and on Indian liver.1XDI .
together. And know the boll are LIe>.t.
disease doors and in ,
r The Texas league is vigorous infant. It My reason, then if I must ;give, I constantly at our

has an official guide. j Is simple, short and clearI our houses far more dangerous and de- Tit u.\"ill Florida.. \ :\ 1:1\-IU

Glas-scock's salary from Indianapolis is know that I cau't wed and li eOn :tructi\e. Mu-t people have in their -- -

said to l>e it3: ,:Y.o for this reason. : half enough; a jear.Wood stomach slow hut JONES & WILLIAMS. Real Estate
I )J. Benedict in The Century. own a poison more Agency.
The Brooklyns refused to arrange; exhibition -
quite a* fatal a.. the reruns), of tlu)*e nuila- _\.ttcH'n-*-atS.av.Tituville .
games with any League club. lIe Told the Truth. Titusville Florida.
diewhich men into eternity by ,
In International association Toronto I Florida.
Spilkin.s came home the other day with a i
thousands. without warning: in the tillll'i --- -. --- -- ._-
will do the greatest amount of traveling. new coat on."Where ."E.J} FIJI: 1+rs( 'C11'1'I1'1' I.J'F

Pittsburg friends have presented Jimmy did you buy that coat Tasked his of great epidemicBut it i is a mercy Q.EO. M. Ut )BHI\-: :,.

made in 1\)). I wife. i' rha*. 1). SUIT.1. Man.isrr.:
Galvin with a brass tea kettle : : that, if we are watchful we can tell

The Cincinnati players cleared between $.:; I "At a second" rand ('lQthil1gstore on Austin when( we are threatened. 'f lit following: ATTORNEY-AT-LAW

and ?100 apiece on their southern trip. avenue. Tiru-vihu FLA.A .
",rby, that coat is your old coat I sold a are :;iuon-z: the symptomyet they do SANTA LUCIAN
This will make the seventh season for I
Browning, Hecker and Wolf with the Louisi i peddler lat week He has fixed it up and Hot always necessarily appear in the M. TIII;.\>HKR
palmed it off on you for new. -
ville club order they always the : -
: "By thundei Now I know what the hyena same nor are I ATTORNEYATLAW : hx'ated in that tnii.! iiitircttt I'H.JH.I.Fore I':'
The history of the national game in California I meant when he said it fitted me like it different eaeThere i- a dull and : in I' O. DOS 2i I". ".\ YOnJt. Fl \ }
is to be given to the public soon i; had been made for me. I thought; at the sleepy feeling: :: a bad taste in the mouth Will prdotu-v in all the f'untie of the Seventh St. I.ucie Iliver. and U i bid off. \>\

book furm. I time he was lying;: but I see I was deceivedin << in the morning the appetitei Circuit and supreme; 3 streets sixty fe.>t wide, into three :kr-,.
Syracuse is said to bo the highest salaried him."Texas Sittings.Karth's e-pecially : : bl x-k-. and smaller lots. which wil1\] >?,

team in the International association, run i changeable. sometimes poor and a-zain : R.B.. MCPCIIFIELD.COUNTY sold reasonably to actual sutlerHn..

ning over $3,000 ir month. could : is i winterless anti
i Vernal likening. it seems though: the patient nut region tro-itlfss. illaoI I i.

Boston is negotiating for a second baseman Now the nights are ;growiur; shorter and the shining eat enouiih.: and occasionally no appetite : SURVEYOR. I. in the luHI..fth,' eteoauntuoluindLll\ ;.

, and Danny: Ilicliardaon, of the New sun is sorter where all the Tropical Fruit :.

Yorks, is said to lie the man. Climbing; higher m the heavens aw it makes ill at all : dullness and slu:!::ishnes., of < )nler-l hy mail will receive a.-* prompt .\ with -tamp.W. .

Beatin, the Allentown wonder, is showing daily round: the mind.: MO ambition to tully or attention a- callin .
April rams will soon be falling when March wind peron.Add
wonderful speed in practice and will probably have ceased their squalling work: more or less headache and hea\ines i- re : ieorgiana, Fla. H. BAKER, fnfflti, Me Co..

i be Detroit's early pitcher. And the rattlesnake will amble from his parkra ri-itr
dizzine-s to
: < in the head : on ::: -- -- --- TLOKIDX.
:Hanlanthe oarsman, now in Australia, in the ;ground. TT F..1FKINSON.:
-Nebraska State Journal. the feet ur movini:: -uddenl.i : furred
says that aldiiig"s proposal Australian .
baseball tour will prove successfuL:: and coated tongue :" eue of a load on
that nothing >uwn'hut:
the st4)mach
The Pittsburg management confidently ex- : rt :

I sects to clear over 5,000 on the four opening;; eddies First Domestic-Cozne and join the kitchen and dry -kin at times : yellow tine in For -'l'l'onll.Ju..tiel': i-trict of Bn'I -

League games with the world's champions.The federation, Mary. It's tin dollars a \"arcII'IIuuty ; Court days, third :Monday REAL ESTATE AGENT
'\"akce'U bo bl'ttill'soou.. the t.\. t.Ol'iUlt: : } and high-eldorcd; urine-: I
Athletic club is strong in batting I : of each munth.i. .
; Second Domestic-Sure
an' we deserve it.
taste in the mouth, frequently attended -
Welch, Gleason, Stovey, Larkin, Lyons, I What is the cost of joinin", Jane sour F.. )(:
Poorman and Uobiiu>oa are all sluggers.Jim palpitation of the heart : i 111- i.
Not much
,. Mary, only enough to pay for ill II. :SANDERS,
White is only 41 years old. He has the motto to hang up in our looms to keep pairt'll'j i4)n. with spots that seem: to CITY POINT.

l been before the public so long that it is the lour minds on the value of
our daily labor in the air before the :
be swimming
I eyes Justice of the Peace forthe Thir- tind- suM on Iou; time with itiirn'-i. ..i.ion
belief that he his The '
popular is bordering on motto says: 'Labor created all wealth.
tlOth T11 witl Jane a cuu':lt. with a :.:rel'nih-colorlll'xl't.'c- teenth District. the leaeysteiu, or for oa-h.
year. go you, just as soon as I

It is understood that Ned Hanlon has been pick up the pieces; of bric-a-brac an* statuary toration : poor niduret.; ; a sticky t.'unaxJo'LolaD..\. Lands cleared umII plantetl, and t'aft..ll.1 1 r

offered $2,'- UO by the Detroit club for next au' thiuS.; what I broke while sweepin'the slime about the teeth and gums : hands Court iU> the tluri! :-.dllrll. ..each luouth.S.FOKVY' if (dcsirc l ; hy ,-contract otherwiliefer i-.'.
season, but ho wants $2,700, the $500( extra parlor.-Omaha. irritable
w and feet cold and clammy : ;
for being captain. -- and bound and to E. M. P ree-e> l)..truit. Midi .
i A bowels; up costive.
-llode.t'Wish. temper
The Detroits after all, cleared but little on !. Jno. C' NonvinMl, Titnsville' Fla.: I TV:
I am not covetous, not 1. This disease has puzzled! the plnsicians -
the world's Watch Maker and Jeweller. .
championship games, according And never was since birth anti J. Stra.s, Ta/ewell Court 114111-. Viand ..
to the treasurer's report, owing to the -G,5UO i ; and still puzzlethem.. Tt ithe
Meeker Montreal: Canada. i r
' I For one thin; only do I sigh; .shopat John M. Diauii'Drug Store Titii.sMliilla A. >
paid the players as extra compensation. I And that is not tht earth. commonest ailments and jet the most: whom I have made 1ron: .
The Detroit players this year have signed; ALL WOUK \\AUUANTKD.
would not sit throne complicate I and myteriouSometime: -
upon a :
to play until Nov. 1, so there will lo n<> extra I '

' compensation for a world's championship ;I .coal A scepter mine would I would tot like sway to own; it treated i consumption, sometimes! : C A T A R R H S\Jll'LE W. mail enough VKLVTMENT: to eou- ITlIlriiue .

eries should Detroit lie one of the contestants I In reutrsylvaui.t.1Jton as liver complaint and then ajsmi as \ U. -. l.u'nEiacarH \: Co., 77'! Ura street, THE MUSIC HOUSE OF FLORIDA.A.B.'AIL1'1E1.1..
next fall.Following Newark= :N.I
malaria and even heart di-ea-e. But its
i* the estimated population of y I ( Cf VM< >MH awl U.I. \I.P i"r :3 right; VOIIIIK
Tri-State league cities: Columbus le :ds the I Postprandial." real nature is that of constipation: awllIJ"I'l.'l'"ia. (JUJ) 11"11 .,r Ltd.> 11I.'oi.'h C"iiut1', W./lHi.;.

list with K),000; Toledo 70,000; Wheeling; I, "My good man," said the worthy lady who It arrisein the dijiotheornuns i.-.1.e: i i >.. 1'11.,1-, I h! !11.1 1':1.
: LI
40,000; KaUmazoo, oO,000; Zanesville, 25,000: ; I had given the tramp a lar .' plateful of : ando iti affect- all the other-

Canton, i),000; tvuulu-ky, 24.WO; Jackson, victuals, "pardon me for making the suggestion PARKER'SHAIR

.l1eO; Maubtield, 15,01)0; ; Lima, l;;,WO. but wouldon not enjoyour ivpast through:: the corrupted and poiomdbl BALSAM .JH'k OIl) ,'ill\-, Fla.

fully)) a well, if not U-tter. if hould, follow (Olteu the whole bod.\ -inchul- ..
Under the new Southern league rules visiting i ou _NHi. theji i>ukir fax"' ite fad, dressin;:
clubs will have the this tht custom that has always prcvuilcll iu ,1 -_ tiihui I:. -t.lw. : ':: euj"r earn
i of /i/mtt/ii
option season ill::: the nervous :4l'U1-is t" grsv. a'.,I pl' t.uul IInndrutr.
olaying fur 3u per cent of the gate receiptsor I this household and invoke a bie* uit, on y oai It, "',' tai .i.s tn"' si.i'I'[ xiups tho
.obtn'rtl. evenlien there is no emaei.i- .,
food before begin." t luau : ?', and! l- -''I.c to ply aW.
of $100. The +
a guarantee regulations are ; i i mi I""> .
? al
that complimentary tickets can bo iv>u only : 'Madam replied the hungry tow'is:, with tion to tell the :sad storHxperience \-. a. I will i :Sell and I )ei\! j ", :r attation Y I ,1Ir I' .1"' .

to the president and four directors of the his mouth full, "me and ChaUIU'\t'y DcI few has :shown that there i-: H1NDERCORNS.'aPIAI'JOS! :-:.,

!I home Chicago Tribune. but one remedy that can certainly cure ft: <'I"aH loalD. Enauretaanrnrttothefr.-t. N vei (:u'"
of the daily pal'erhPERSONAL I .to cure li; cents: at i'ruggtts.: iftbCu... &: Co., ;N. Y.
this disease in all its stages: nameh. -

PARAGRAPHS.Count Combines Thorn .\t!!. Shaker Kxtraet of lii.ot-: or Mother Sei-

There was! once a young man quite unique, fail- but.nevertheles. MEMORYMAKES nlOR..GANS:
::e1. Curative Syrup. It never ::,
Von Moltke wears a yellow w ig. For forty-four tongues he could spillue:

Oscar Wilde has grown very thiulatt-l.r. I But one day for fuce.I no time :should be lost 111

I lie put them in cue. so-called remedies t for the
other -
Ex-Governor tit. John is living in California. (: And lie christened that one "1 api/IUt'." .

Washington: Critic. will do no :-jood. liet; this :!l'cat"ceta'
SUCCESS IMi: LI'-S :\luXEthan an>. ,.I I..r li.. .". in I...
State Senator Walker wears blue shirt col ble preparation (di-covered by a venerable I.uitett Stat I always uuaiai.l u 'riiiii": t

Devoted to 1Lnie.lie i whose name i- a .. .. Iw as reprsiititl. 1 Will whip rtauu'>r''r *!'i '
lars.A nurse : \\11"1 I t '.11 ::1." t.!" .11 \ t ': -. \ "\" t.'k trial mini 1: ': l
Kansas ostoflUv: has bcea named after (to Miss Breezy, of Chicago; )-Which ., allY hnn..t man or woman OB
i !1' ..aiu.r.
arll'I :h "II" I'add t !;LOt. ; < .
.h $2.'
Col. Dan Lamout. f do you prefer, Miss Breezy, the, Italian or i. world in ( :lermany), and ll' :are to ;':et 1103 at l I', Uqt, t-&I' I ii.ln.! .li :.1.1 ..\I":". ,-u] ",.. ,d johuii'.ii cash l3u"ladH'Y.and ;10 a 1 mouth will j>a on> a frewht llano. and both ilk wa>b &M I

I German school of music the :genuine: article. (' law ..[1101 l> ui-. at '. .ii." 't. ::1 1'1[, \ dinthn "- mouth till paid foi-uot n:n' :.
John Ruskin has been seized with anotherattack ? > a coli aiiilrKiu
: : Miss Breezy (hesitatingly.-Well) I hanUy T"lllv.r..IIY. ..t lulu.. :MUIIUJH- -.. I-'I"-"v.,_ ....'. more than ordinary relit on th-.- very lib'-'*.
of insanity. uiK .-1' iv SKKN IHH'TUH. (.'iuntdiiiiii| .v. \i.: I-M l,,r.. ,I \lit |1:1' ,ivi.i 1'luu''l' .. :' :
know what termanyone can u i
to Mr. Waldo. When I hear
I ,
I say R. tb.- .-\O'IIt.t.; Jloji,_ W. \\', .\-I"!.. J.\H I' full int-ruiati u
Joe Jefferson has bought; a trout l'rOtA "Sweet Violets" from the hand organ 1 thin! Shaker Extract of Hoots or SeiuxT.Srup : .- lilIM1N: : Jllil;.:,' ltll.s..n I'I. |;i\VN: t.. H ('fie... She 1UKE: *-t \IUl CVTALOM'EontAjmUjf ll'. String-. V>ol u:>>. VaD;..*. tuitar, \ -
farm at Bourne, Mass. nothing can I* sweeter than the Italian and Piinoipal N Y -tite Normal Cullf ge. &\". Ivrlenhtan c"ntleouo. and in fait, nery Musical Iutrutti-ut
the then ththtJ"a : has rai'l'llllle to :Ut od health afterseven :':''it J.\ ('.,rrr !>.>?i life
Ludwig Bamay, tragedian, began again 1ll1f White Wings"; from that id made and at \ r> ..
from I'ltoiJ.oiKITt :JITFiitne. '
: 1"
: of 1
as a bricklayer's apprentice. a little German band will leave, me in doubt doctors: had: uiven: me.tip to die c'atal >(rue! I have 'jv.uuu Ieeera 'b"i"'
5.1** bowk!
I | T copy- .
The president carries a photograph; of Mn. which I prefer. I am passionately fond ot of consumption. So writes: II. F. (Inice.Kirkmanville. Music at lo cents per copy :i.' .JW) !J Hjk.i of I h' .
Cleveland his watch both schools.Nttw York Sun. Vocal and lu-trUIU..ntallu..c: at ...nt.. ; i.-i! -
in case. I .
Todd Co.
I Ky.HE cri.tAny viece of ht OIIIMC published, At -
P. T. liarnum is .to build a $75,000( Iuzms t:1 to V> per cent below pubbabrn pne Btx-k- : '
.\thto; the Carele.s. II HKAltlxtF .JI-sT IX TIM K. sru.i '' :
.t StsasUlo l'ark. 81 nTh 're. ,1'U-veneacb, sheet luu-ic .,1:". \" cent
When the winds! blow cold an late sultan of Zanzibar leaves twenty- I With frost when'er you make a calL I 1 had been about given up to die .

I seven widows and :,52 children. i: 'Tis letter far to slam the door with dyspepsia: when I first: saw the ad- A. B. Campbell, Jaekstniyilk,11'

Kai Wilhelm's March 'J2 is Than not to shut the dour at all. i '
birthday tt :" '
Boston verti-ement of Shaker Extract of Hootsor ::Mention this |'ai>er -
l>e a national holiday in Germany. Courier.
-- I Sfigels; Syrup.:: After using: four bottles -
Henry James, the novelist, prides himself
.\ of Kiinine I
on his resemblance to the Prince of Wales. I I was able to attend to my business:: \OTICI:.
Tailor-No, sir, I won't let you have this '
President Eliot, of Harvard, says that suit of clothes until you pay for it. : awell as ever 1 know of several cases: In i 'i't"yit < 'ijnrt of tit' StrVfth J'"'" I'"

women should never lecture to young men. Customer-But, my dear sir, if I cant have of chilland fever that have been cured I ;,",'nit *,; 1 tridr, Jznl, t JICII''I..

The Prince of Wales' yearly income from the clothes to wear 1 can't for them."Don't r s :
pay by it' :So writes Thus. 1'ullum. of 'l'ay f 11 _1. D. !:<-.j.-/* C1wmrt'ry.
the Duchy of Cornwall alone is over & ) ,OOO. see any sense in that.:' I

s Dr. Mark Hopkins' favorite chair has: Preen You Jou't, eh 1 Well, you\e got a mighty ; (Jeneva. ('c).. Ala f <<<;KOK;I: M. )1.\tal'lJEU I

.; presented by his family to Mills college, Cali- Itoor head for business How do you supioso I woRTH TEX HOLLAR.-; 1MITTLEMr. :. # 2i9// v-. i

fornia. I'm to borrow enough: to pay for them if I I II. liny Mercer and- |
Thomas P. Kvaiis. of the firm ofKxans a aIP1I -
Cornelius Vauderbuilt has have to go around among; my friend in tho I Mercer, his wife; T. ForeciounHoward
: promised give
$50,000 to the New York Museum cf Natural: I ragged; suit {''e got (,n "-Uiiiaha World iV Bro.. MerchantHorntowii. Knight. Maud ;I of -.

History. ------- I Accomack Co.. r a.. writes: that he had Knight; his wife and I Mortga; ;

No" Chuiucith Ht'r."Let's Thomas C. Kniglit; and !
Senator Stoekbridge recently paid Senator been sick with digestive: disorders f: n
play a ,rame of cards" said she }:ml1lL E. Knight, bU i iiie.
Stanford ?1CHX, > for a brother of the famous : .
.. and had tried i-
hour jdi.vsician i
.Tc..llU. ; away au v>r so. many years many \\ .
horse Bell Boy. "You'll surly beat me. lo\e." said he. ; 'tflRt11 u1' the
and medicinewithout benefit. Ht' la\it
'\-McAllister calls a fortune of Sl.COO000 :,- You have such winning know. It appearing' by the w

"only<< respectable poverty." Most people I -tlasaou Courier. began; to u..chaker:: Extract of louts ol complainant herein that "
would like to be i oor at that rate. Milady now tells Jeem.s to order the or :Seige: : !':- Syrup about the lit of .Jan THE LADIES' FAVORITE. above: named non-resident-of respondents the Mute are, of t for

Lord Walter Gordon Lennox, who has just I "brougham:' not the carriage; which is com s and was so much better in three I: Vmt OUT or ORDSH.Tf : Ida. and that the address ol the ?'ahl1'

taken: his >at for Chichester: is the youngestman : mon. IK.-tuUw. brougham is especially<< Anglo- wt.'dthat he considered i him"clt'pfal.- youdM'-o topurchsr-ec' raachJ-r, Howard Knight and Maud KmgM"Is;
: :t r.ert et for terms and
in the British house of commons, Itingliarely I our your )lrr
22.Goemor. : phobish.Simi'Kxiy tically a well man He add1 haveat ;-ice3. It you cannot find our asrent write wile and 1:. Guy Merger and -7 ,
I ho made the more or less inter- ,suet to nearest a( ( reo's to you below named cer. his wife, are unknown to : 1'u""

Waterman of California, is a : estiug! iliM\ very that the scuLsjaii aa-l the this time one bottle ou hand and if I the complainant and that theaiJ "Tpoiulents.

modern iLar,,pun al Ilaschid. He is in the : uy&tt.'r !t\....... Its eke s.iuuiUi..cou" ,ly without could not :get any more I would not tnJ>' ., NtH HOME SEWiNG MACHNE" (lCR JIGEMAS T. C. Iiui"htand tuiuu *rKuiht

lulit of wandering; about incognito; droppingin regard toThere "Ks." ttt .l->Uifl-iH/ffif., C1.IICAao Ili. :28 INICM: CQUAPE.Nx- CAllAS.TEL his wife, rcillc ill the city /

unannounced at l state asylums, home, is a revolution in bm-s Itnlcages, or S'I: l.OlIIS"'o.ATlAiTA.GA'. ,. SA"rR._"_I CO.CA.... Philadelphia, in the State of l'rrnsFl"v I'
He believes that All druggists: : or address: .\ .J. White. uue l
prisons, etc. a governor I each and every
brass cages; for birds an should see as well as hear. \Warren: N V. -- the are 01 :
the canary quite U iiuni, e "modernimprovements. Limited. 5t : .. aid respondents are over the
:\OTICI;. that
years. It is therefore \
I BY THE BY. L.D Frn-Kat: Gaine-ville: }'la.,1 I said respondent, the-aid It. tiny, 1t'I-

--- --- high.,Ix'ru English; la wowuire actually ac- A NEW & USEFUL DIGRESSION. April 23.: INS-;.1 cer and! Mercer, hi- wile i ; }: ?.,-
cuswl t wearing >years gown to's \\"
boor and tie silver hi
Purple tiny cross are aindication Notice is rt.'hy'en that the follow I aril Knight and! Maud Kui bt. .
pL assitt of the increase of the > ilr.t w mg room in London. Such ecou- ing-named settler has filed! notice of his and 'IhoJna C. Kni-ht and! Lmui b-:-
is really extraordinary.Iu .
:; "Kin;s Daughters. oaiy intention to make final proof in support I I Knight, his wile:, do plead. atis'..n'ryrle,,
It will please prospective brides to know the interstate" oratorical contest at I 1.\- .. ll-at'ni> *t.>.:; ,1 % Cl"t.k-: ot hi-cKiiui.and! that said proof will be inur to the complainant'- bill w L"

it is the fasmoa to go oat of conventional Greensburg Ind., II. G. Johnston, of De I'bt,1oir: M ,hL'\Il"-?. .J..tlnde tuit vasty ol; a t'isarCmaretteM.ccn.pktliiie: ol.tiuauj iob4ccoau -- made before A. A. Stewart, Clerk of I plaint herein filed! on or before the wlillday

r track inY.l.tlllg presents. ; Pauw university, took first honors, and H. .i Pipes: coll.-ctwli of I'aricj uoods, Tos, Circuit Court at Titusvllle, Fla., on :I of Mays A. I) b S. or the -auit

Wall manufacturers have not got to M. Hyde, of Beloit, Wis., corralled the Nitons, and Florida: Curiosities: ; agouti fctoik'of June l.;;. I>-: :;. \-IZ. : Robert Ii. Durchlleld I; be'taken :confessed ; and it i> turtherordered
IV.JKT! Pub'listled
and assortttieiit of and Coiifrctiouerj w
second. -tatioiie. an Candy -
'\ ,to if the > ( ;eorialla.; Fla.. 1>. S. 1984: for the: that a copy ofthi.; order
the end of iheir artistic rope yet, newest : >ci*sor;. pocket and Uble Cutlery lla111 \ l"'lMr
patterns and styles are a criterion. Lawrenceburg; lads, burglars will strike ( di-j>la\ed_ the above at uieu storeah- lot '-. Se... 11. lots 1 and 2, Sec. 14 and i I in the 11.01:11.ST.U' uew 9 |bl.
for shorter hour and better pay. A lot of iit?too A\eiiuf, Titu-\ illt:'. >uu are respect lots 1 and :2see.. 23.: T. i.j. S. It. 37 E. I for four consecutive weeksw* iv

Dealers say that mahogany; is coming back them toiled all night upon tee sawmill cornpatty's fully invited to call and examine the fame to sati-fv He names: the following witnesses to said 3lst slay of May. A. D 1 **: seal l
fashionable furniture of yourself as to and qualitv whether you buy theof :
forgetful once !
again as a and
safe and less seal
got than a dollar for IIr lJutV.UTH KEPA1U1NU A Sl't'U\L'IY.: prove his continuous residence upon, and Witness nlv hand and lbl3
the fact that in many families: it never went their pains. Lat<-st approved lustruuicuts arid fools, and .0 cultivation of said laud \'u.: : John .\. said! court: at the Court Huu l",

out.The Montgomery, the defaulting Birmingham, years iiractital e'leriruce m the watch and jewelry Shipper Charles S. A'lani, Irving D. J3d; day of ..April A. l>. ISSS-
business I shall painstaking to please as
giant fairy lamp is something; new. Ala., lumberman, materialized at Vincennes, to articles and prices spare or no Ilepiinop! and HOPF. TO, Iliscock. of Horti Fla. ; A. L. Brunei. A. A. 5TEw.iiTClerk : t'trcl.utI -

; In size and brilliancy it compares well with I lud., and says his shortage is owing to the :await IAIB.UAKE C'FiOVli FATUOSAOL. of Georgiana. Fla. Circuit Court" ftii Judicial 1.

1! the proo pumpkin exhibited: at theo country I :Burlington strike and a combination of cir- W. t'. ('. BIMXXLXti. I -'. S. C.'FUCKErt, Ut>;iHer. I Florida, UrevarU COUllt)'.

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The Tower "f Silence. L. C. OLIVER. p. T. BUDGE. XOTICI:.
Anthropological museum I
at Gainesville. l'la.l
received a present of a very valuableamend OLIVER! & El.JDGE April 3. lS":-$. i
interesting gen- i Notice i is hereby given; that tin followiii -
banker Sir
eroEity Of a Persian JamsadjiTiiibhai -named settler l lia:$ tiled notice or his:
a model of one of rsees Dealers ill intention to make final proof in -'
of silence," in which tho bury of lug claim and that salt! proof will be

their d t'3(1. According to the religion of mad before J Ke :i-ter and llrtvirer I: at

the 7jricl...trians. the three sacred cle- GEORGIA PINE LUMBER <<<;:JainpilI FIt:. on .'11114' t.'+. l>sS. villosweU /. :
mcntv-li"-! earth awl water-are not I ". Brown. Palm I'.earh. Fla.,
allow etl to 1 IJC desecrated by dead bodies, n. S.2HM.: for the N. E. J of >. E. i. :mV. <)
which, accordingly, are given i to birds of t: \ A of S. E. 1 >">'. >*S. |'r. -I::. S. ot I:.
For this purpose high SHINGLES AND LATHS. ; -1.:, I':.

tirer..are built on the hills, which} have a I lie names the following nitne?>e.-* to ,
circumference ers of 300 feet. At the top oftjc prove hip continuous: residence upon and
General : cultivation ot. said land viThotna.
tower M a platform sloping: toward hardware ''i :
June ( ; II.
:? l'urc' Charter nl.1m
where a cistern 150; feet deepis 9 L ;
the Beach Fla. : riiarlcV.. Tierce. James '
is divided into

three placedThe('quall'arts.platform set apart for the bodies Sash Doors and Blinds Stoves !. Torter..) ot Ilypoluxi. Fla.
Tinware and > C. TITKKK. 1 Ileciltr.LAM .
of nwn, women and children. As soon ;1 Crockery.Refrigerators I __:_ __ _. _

as the naked corpses have been placed, \oTinF :. ;

flocks of vultures, which are always hovering P AI1'JTS i tFi'I'- : at aint'Hilh'<< Fla.. ) '
their meal Ar\TD: OILS
round, begin ghastly April27.. 1SSS.: i
and before long only the bare bones are I Notice i hereby given that the followin p'

left. These are swept into the cistern by Water Coolers Ice Cream Freezers i ;,:-nametl i settler ha. tiled notkv of biz wl
weans of water, with which the platform intention to make final proof in -upportof

ia flushed, and after the bones are dissolved his claim and that aid proof will ho made
in the cistern the water passes Screen Wire Screen Windows Screen-Wire Doors. hetoro A..1. Mewart. ,
through four subterranean canals and is Fla.. on June :!">. 1> S. vi/ : Henry

then disinfected by means of a filter.- Clay Sill Sebastian. Fl.i.. II. 1-:. I (tt..

-Pall Mall Gazette. POWDER AT NEW YORK PRICES. S.tor U.the;)uE.lilts 7.0 and 10 of Sec10..


\f"hpre TerrapinAro I'onnd. rl'I: T U S \7 ILLI F I..O III D A. prove lie names his continnou the following residence witnesses
And now for the terrapin. Here Balti-
cultivation of. ailllulCJ.'iz.. : Fred.Paul .
ahead of New York. In
more is way
Kreirel. J. A. Dubois Bairel. of Sc
metropolitan restaurants they do not cook New Luntber Yard. ha>tian. Fla. ; Jotin Baird. of Melbourne.

the terrapin as we do here at its home. Fla. ; ('has.! F. i. tthunl. of .Micc<'. FI ..

But metropolites, on the other hand, are -- -. S. C. TUCKEK. Ke-jUter.
not crazy over the dish like wo are here.

Terrapins are found in heavy marshes. All kinds of Pine Lumber Dressed AOTIC'i:. t
: and Undressed and Pine
The bog is in most cases very deep. The Cypress LAXI OFFICE at Gainesville.; Fla.. )

terrapin is not accommodating. He April i'l.: 1S>>. i

doesn't come up to you and let you walk Laths etc. etc. Notice i i" hereby given that the follow
off with him. Oh, no! His terrapinship Shingles ing-named settler has rilc-notice of his
simply buries himself deep down in the intention to make final proof supportof

mud, and you must needs be an expertif Special attention pven to all 01"(1,1'i't'r: : Trade Si.liYitnI. Yard N: loeate on the South Side of made his claim and that said proof wil he

These you marshes would lay like hands all other upon his marshes shell., Kail way, Wot of the Grant, View Hotel Titusville. Gainesvile before Fla.Register. ou June and!.*>.Heeeiver)SS S. \'ir.} at. :

.. Thomas A. Jones Palm Beach Fla.. I).
littered with little tufts of sod hero
are and there. The hunter steps from one .. P. :ElATCEIETT: : : Agen.t.: S. iIO: for the W. .\ ot S. W. 1 Sec. 10,
,',-. and E. A of S. E. .I} Sec. 'J, Tp. .&.t. S. I:.
to the other and drives down a long polo 43 E. )
Then he feels around cautiously
or spear. TROPICAL AND SUB-TROPICAL FRUITS AND FLOWERS. He: name the tollowing'vitilesres; to
and an expert terrapin hunter can always TITUSVILLE prove }his\ continuous resilience upon and

tell the moment his spear touchesthe Egyptian Queen Pine Slips. cultivation of said land, \'iIMwdl )
shell of his prey. Then the spear K. Brown. George II. Charter Palm

point is shoved under the terrapin, and INDIAN 1I '1ZVEI i NITIRSEI.IES.: Beach. Fla. ; Charles W. l'ierce..lanlc' ) ,
I bit by bit he is fished up to the surfaceto STORE. Porter. Ilypoluxi Fla #

lie captured: in a net such as is used in Cow Peas, $1.75; per' bC'ATALOGUE -. S. TLCKEU'r.

crabbing. The best terrapins are sold i- MAILED FREE. TERMS CASH.
Baltimore for about $2S; per dozen. \OTICI<< :.

Baltimore Cor. New York En'IlingUlI.: JOHN 15. JIEAril, Intliaii Kiver Nurseries, East Melbourne% Via. LAXI OFFICK at Gainesville, .

A. Frosoher! April 10.I )SS S. (
Notice is hereby given that the follow
The People We MU"
6EJEN ycptttN. f 6 I !ing-named settler 1 ices filed notice of hU
The causes for which different persons PROPRIETOR. 1, w, et saal intention to make final proof in supportof
are missed by their intimates are variousand
l I, his claim and that said proof will be
strange: and considerable interest w tt t't made before A. A. Stewart Clerk at

might be aroused by a minutely detailed \c/> 'litll: \'i1Ie. Fla.. on June 4.lh. 1:>SS. viz ;
li.t. For instance that child who has Parlor Suites II K/ekiellJ. Nesbitt. of :\1 al'CII. Fla.. It.

over been thA greatest source of anxietyto i _':" .: .:.r... -..;.. ,"" --.;, ., ._ S. 20W.) for the lot 1, See. 7. Tp. :>0. S.

its mother invariably creates the \\ .-\ 1 1. .<-"Vj..,' j.-._,,.; _". ,- .-," l1 ___ _:4- .. .' -_,-.II'. .. :" ''.:;: I ir. ;-rj E. '
largest vacancy in her heart by its nbwwe. Bed Room Suites This represents a healthy life. Jnn such a life a'*they enjoy I' lie names the following witnesses to
The friend whom we are apt oc- Throughout various::;scenes Who use the smith's Bile Bems.: prove his continuous re>id-nce! upon and

asionally to accuse of boredom often Smith BILE BEANS rnrify who Mood, by a'ttn I' cultivation of aid land viz : John H.I .
tills our thoughts when he can no longer Beds Mattresses directly and promptly ou the Liver. >kiu and Klt'l'he original Photograph, I Beach, Kobert. Smith. George \'. OleI -
ney*. They consist"" of a vegetable; combination that panel size, of this picture
worry us with his stale jokes; or his ridiculous baN no equal In medical M-ienee. Thev cure('on-Ill"'. sent on receipt of lOc. msl.unjv I mentie, James II. Doyle, of )lic'C). Fla.
lion, malaria +. address :' 1. S. C. I'UCKFK : .
imjxirt unities. aud lypep' and are a natesiuard UIL.R 1IEAX9, iregMer.OTICI
The quiet individual who silently enters against all forms, of fevers, chill and fever, call stones. sG Lua; Mo. I
Springs laud Urisht'i dlwease." Send demit*, postage, for a NUHI- \ :.
the office as though his feet were always package and tent the TItUTII of what \ve way. Price 25 cents* per bottle, i
encased in rubber shoes, closes the door mailed to any address" postpaid. JOSE ONE UK AN. Sold by druggists. All person: having claim. against the
gently after him and as modestly feats And e\cr\ thinx in the Fl'H\TIT'HI-: J. :E". SaXXTZX: db CO., riiOl'KLETOUS ST. XiOUZS JdO: I estate James Louden late of Bruvanli

himself at his' desk and becomes enKrobsed line. (''all and :toe the New Stock 1 i county, deceased. are hereby autiienticiited required
to preMMittliHii,
properly .
in his: work. is forgotten a day or just j H'l'('i n'll. N'"OTICE I 2 2 j within the time prescribed by law. to
two after his stool has been filled by an- I Hon. Minor S. Joue County of
other man; but the noisy, mercurial Keep full supply of metallic and wooden said county or to the undci\igned or

chatterer, who dops more work m five this notice will .stand in bar of
minutes than another in an hour who Coffins, Cases and Caskets. and also payment;
GREAT CHANGE IN PRICES OF CO ODS.1 person owing said estate arerl'fll1l'tPcl
then becomes a |Kifect nuisance to his Funerals attended if tll' ircd.11 orders to make immClliatccttlt'mel1
plodding, companion by his thoughtless, with the undei igued.
executed and at n'a-ona-
idle babbling-this man is the life of promptly MAIA.. LOWDEN.
every company he enters, and is missed rates. Embalming done. 2'2 :1111l'l'<'l'an'll to otl'cr IinnicnM* IJarjjains in-- j:, This 2jd; of April. 1 :-;$. :):ft

more than his friends like to own.-New -- ------

York Press "Every Day Talk." BEAUTIFUL RIVER FRONTFORCED Notice of Appficalion to Become a Free


Year' IU\l ,
llrlltluu. AT Notice i is hereby given, in conformity
I got a glimpse tho other afternoon of I
with law: that the subscriber \\ ill, upon
the proof sheets of the forty-first annual SALE. Straw, Wool an.c1.: Fur Hats, and: | the 31>t day of May. A. I). lN>S. make '
report of the Castle Garden emigration I application to the Honorable Jutleof

commissioners, to be presented to tho Caps White and: Fancy: Shirts the Circuit Court for the Sevemith.ludi-
legislature. The total arrivals at the \ cial Circuit of Florida. Brevard county,

port for the year were 450,843.: Tho W4 acres: of high h dry land beautifully Undorwoar: I3osiorp., Nocliwoar I for a licence to take charge) of and manage -

alien immigration, compared with thatof situated on Indian Uiver. Gives at least ., Tr-u.n.1: > s an.c1.: 'V'a1isosUD:1bro11as. her own estate, and to become tree
18G8, shqws an increase of 83,591. Of a quarter mile river front. Will be soldat I I dealer in every respect.

the aliens! 241,023 were adult males* least .>0 per cent less: than any land : and: Boots I 2. t'ILLIF ILTCHJfT.I" .

100,640 were adult females, and 03,736 of like nature on the liver. We are Glal'dhl'II'
sere children of both sexes under 12 ordered to sell, and *elle num.Address and: Shoos. .tdnliuiaralorand .
i Notice.T .
years of nationalities
age. Their embrace or call on 1 t:E3You IH'\'l'r.Yet had such a cluince to net a lot of U IIodfill'!: v f> little nil trltfJlif way (fiinffn.Take .
almost on the face imone.
every country I
Notice, that six niontli'yafter dateI
of tho earth the 1>. Stvet't 'all and for 'ln'iT. :.
including following: ('ha. v. :"f'l' your>( :- I will Ipply to the Honorable Minor

Malta, 298; Syria, 175 ; Burmah, 1701' Manager I :S. Juno, County Judge of Brevard: County,

Turkey' 1G9; Armenia, 161 ; Iceland BIR..N""BA Un Florida, for my tinal discharge from my
'53; Australia, 36 ; Arabia, 22; Japan. Indian River Real Estate Agency, [ administratorship! of the estate of Sarah

13; South Africa, 11; New Zealand, 11, i iF. \Vool if:deceased, and from guardianship '
my -
FLA. :
India, 8; Egypt, 4; Sandwich Islands Second Door East of Indian River Bank, TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. : of William WooIfT, late an infant,

4: Java, 1; Morocco, 1; St. Helena, 1 ; --- --- i but now of full age.

Peru, 1.-New York Cor. Philadelphia i Dated this nfl clay of February .\. I>. '

Ledger. PORTER & POTTER, Clyde's' 1York, Charleston and Florida !: 1S.: JAMRS; M. P. POOI.,

Novel Test for Pork. Administrator of the estate of :Sarah: F.

Sausages, cooked or half raw highly steamship :Iic..e.: : Woolff: deceased and guardian of

Spiced, are an essential of German Real Estate Dealers William WooIfF: a minor.
The of thi Line ale
rookery. In order to prevent the Ger- Elegant Steamers ; are appointed to

mans from exposing themselves to a FROM JACKSONVILLE .irtielcs of Incorporation of*
number of bad diseases incidental to pork Lake Worth, Wade ('0., 1 la. the Halifax and Indian Ilit-

the authorities insist upon the pigs being I SEMINOLE, (New) ThurMlay. May :*t1 1, 10Mj( amCHEKOKEE crliailua)-
jammed before being offered for sale. Lake Worth Florida is the most tropical part of (New). ThurMlay: May"Kith, 3:00 p m i Ue It known. that we whose names are subscribed
peasant was arrested for evading this the Mate It lies parallel with the oteau beach, is SEMIXOLE (New). Thurxlay, May 17th, Sjj( am hereto, hate formed and OrlafHlt-tJ. and by there
-2: miles long ot au average \udth of one mile, is prftuts do lorm and organize ourlolcht-to into a
**w, and upon being asked to explain, connected with the ocean by an inlet and is nowhere CHEROKEE, (Xe\\ ). Thursday, )Iiy1th, ;:00 p m corporation under the provisions of an act of tIle
said that he had a most accurate method over three-quarters of a mile from the ocean. SEM1XOLE (New ). Thursday, May :il!.t, ..;:8u a in Legislature of the..state of Florida approved July '
The nishiuR and hunting cannot be excelled, i orn- ,I 1'J. 18": 4. entitled au act tit provide 111 general law
J The determining the soundness of pork. pauo blue fish, t-ea trout barracuta. heepLeaJ and FROM: FERN AND IN A, tor the incorporation t,f railroads aid (.aLaIn." .ami
pastor of the district was always other fine fish being easily caught bj trolling or any acts of .a:.} Legislature:, amendatory theretofor
ungry, so the peasant always sent him with a net Peer aud wild turkey are plentiful in E\\-ry Suiulay Afterminull.titerwrittl the purpose ot tountrurtmg, maintaining: and
first the pine woods bejond the chain: of fresh water of crating a railway for public use in thet'one.luueoS
of the
made from each
tj1 sausage pig lakes which lie west of Lake Worth. Beautiful cocoanut persons and propertyWe i
slaughtered, and a week later called to groves are lu bearing all along the shores of ; adopt aud accept said act and its a-uenJuient.
'quire his health. If it was all right I the lake and guaN mangoes, padillos.. alligatorprarc. : Florida Railway and Navigation Co.'s Train as the charter "t said corporation and Hi c<>bfor!&>
the I sugar apple Spanish linn. Jamaica apples ity tbr rt: make and -:gu tbet. -&Uwle.'uf lucdrporatiou -
pork went to the market and exIt I tamarinds coftfe. poot-berry trees titaumee ap|..le... 1 lit- name of Maid corporation i. the lie '
Jacksonville -I i
uution fees were \"eJ.-New York mauiute sapota almonds eL tee, fl,;s. orange Leaving; at : p. m. ifax and Indian Km-r Ilailway Coiupauy. Said raj-
bun. i limes. It>mou... citron and all kinds of tropical trims VLMAssEE Sl11ub '. Ma stir t j \t: \VvsEK SUnday. May: l*'thDELAWARE way 14 to be constructed maintained and operated
and flower are doiux finely here. This is the most :'lllH.1 ty. May lath ;, DhLAW.Vl.E! I Sooday. slay -7th trod the city ot Daytona iu \oluiti county to a
eastern part of Florida bring 1"0 mile eat of the point on the Indian later in lirevard county, a
The choirs of the rhurch t.f Unhand longitude ot JatksouMilt Thin brings the Hull steamers are appointed to :sail from Pier :f, Laver, New York.EYl'Q" distance of about sixty niilen. Said' railway will b*
include stream nearer to the laud here than at any otter COD struct etl and operated in the countiein/f\
1.jt.lUOo1nutan and IH.UOU part of the chart. and thus insures the most e\tn Tuesday and Friday at ? o'eliM-k P. M. and Drevard. in the state of Florida:
IWtI Il1all' singer*, und .*';:dU'. voluntary temperature of any plaie in the r01te.tate"'. A The capital block of said company IH six hundred -
antI -.IOu (,'m..l,' tingcrs. lar; e acreage: i,. put m garden truck every winter, The freight and pa:-.senrer ttuU1Otlatiou> are uiisinpass" ,l. E\ery attention will he thousand dollars i |oOO.XJ). div.ded into saw
from l:rtMO, to 'Jv.ww bushel of early tomatoes being sjiven busimseiitnistetl tothis line. thousand shares of one hundred dollarracb..
-- --- grown every year which bring frm :::L50 to tired. all shipments nom New York viatl> .le's Florida Line, IMeriU, East Ki\er. The directors of ",aid 'owpany. who shall) luanac
A fcluvp gathers tiw .. .-.. t.i i' h 1 H: $; per bushel inxxl hotel, stores and pottoflices Fur Mother iutonuation apply to1.A. its affair for the first;'ur. or until tbnr *ucc *H3n
<* ;r : are convenient.. Lot 01'all sizes and price* sTEAlsnt; -1..1. U'.LlEgellt: are chosen are the m number and .their uaaMaud -*
| th. the ox with his !c Il! _' '. :' 1',.- vurt-d by the above firm. who boi\e aliuott all of Femanil. Fla. .s> \\". Hay.,Jacksonville, Fla. plans '>f rfuHUuc' are as follow
1QfSt. with his lips. the bet land to tU, 1-artie<< *bud ing: now will in a THEO. t i. }-:( -:1:, Traffic Manager, \VM. 1'. LLYDh ... CO., iFN'L A",'f'.., TTIEY. WHITE Ormoud
abort time, more than double the purchase money. ::>" Broadway, N. Y. south hures, 1'Iiiladelphia, Broadway, N". Y. FRANK V.. SAMS. Sew SmyrnaHLUAM ,
'. : Jr., lielleial Tri'dineut.. Jack, ile. Florida. WA1SON.:; Jack
Lot range from 5 to 10 acre, all fronting ou Lake M. IKoNMONGEI ; on \ B. .on"me..
If Sent late. a 1 J. I.I .. ".,. I Worth.: Price from :::0 to *wo an aert' Anyone Since last season VENTILATORS have been constructed on the iron steamers for the I i SAMUtL U. CARTEL:.
Japanese t JOHN T. SALTEi w.York. Ctty.
l-ru\'m., wishing fmthtr imormaiion enclose unip to the I'
I above Cnu. better transportation of Oranges and Vegetables. I i March 1:. 18s" 4.s.aaI





COLt'MLIIocaladverttsinginaerted -:Mr.: Hutchinson will give a dance at i -Mater Budniot Pritchard will be i Poll S..t E 1:. Indian River

the new hotel to-night. i i found behind the counter at :Mr.: S. II. A tract of laud on Indian liver in the ', Bakery
in lhi rolunin for five iI I i county of Brevard. consistInZ i: : of SS ]
cutr line each. insertion. No charge made for -Captain C. F. Fischer and wife left Ray's store.A acres: it beina: lot No. ,'}. and south halt Wa..hmston Avenue
lew than O cent!
for New York on Monday. I car-load of pine apple crates just ;, of the northeast quarter of section 3.i. TITUSVILLE. FLORIDA.

handing NOTICE to-thin Ttie uudorMjjned a copy of the will In pay lien to River anyone Sun I -:Miss: Edith Altree left for her home': received at S. II. Ray's, which will be : and lot No. :Ii, being: the southwest quarter .' Fresh Bread, Cakes and Confectioaery
newspaper of H date bftpn June 24th. 186, and I sold at 20: each. : of the northwest quarter of section ,
July 24th. 1S8. the sum of fire dollars X$5 (JU). in Sanford yesterday: morning.The cents [ ou', both in township :ul outli. range '>0 i'onstamly on band.DOSTON. .

Jones k SALE William, of Cocoa%on ille.Indian 11*. KivT. I I'ev. Jame Bolton left here for of the parties involved, and after an I II I i east. This is a very doinible piece of |\ KKKXril.: UKAllAMi; Im
FOR in town 1I1.1I.IE.I*
an improved 150i00 frrt. ('outaininlabout Palatka on Wednesday morning.The I absence of a little over half an hour returned i i i hammock soil of rich quality uitable ;t L\ItE
100 haddrd orange tr*--s. nearly all in bearing and verdict for the defendant. for the raiding: of all tropical fruits. l> ; TO UUUKK.>>
several other kind of bearing ,fruit trees ; also a I hotel are doing better businessnow i iI I situated at the Nurrow near !Kno l'Ht: : Parties. Ball. Pu nu-s, eftrat 'ml for withcare PtPr'
feet with plaza' ends '..
good 2-story lionce i I and attt'lItl"n.l1trt'f'
Grand View on.lnt"11.&tu
kitchen and good well of water Price. $2.000 For I than during the winter season. -The proprietor of the otlice.I'iii sell cheap for ca>h. For Health.l'\'lIIi: 15.vtT.irf.ct*. per bt.ttlr !II
i V>davH 011A.1" <1rf'f1l111'1... F. A. James, Palm I Hotel desires us to state that 1iL. houae i.. | particulars address
Special Prices for Hotels
Ueach. Fla. I -Dame Rumor says another wedding : Restaurants,Etc.
CALL on A. V. Hinxx-k-Oorniaua.; Indian Paver not ?lo. e will shortly be consummated in our Sept. J. lirocktnn. )laI .. .
for river fronts ; terms are easy, for (cash to settlers the notwithstanding.The [ :-:
School and Church at hand mail and tran town. contrary I
---- J. l'1ITl1I.lII'n.j.I.'III.
l>ortation facilities' daily. The place is lu'altlJnl.ll''atf'd i entertainIDent i\'en Wager's .
u :\1. Bln\\ ',
and pleasant.FO11Odavs -Fourth of July Sports and Regatta. l iL..t1lc"
wP; will off-r 10 acres of rich hammock Hall la-t Thur..dae'enin!:. for the
land. fronting 1C rods on Luke Worth on the I Meeting:: over Birnbaum's store, Monday:: I INDIAN RIVER BANK.Titus
benefit of the Church although
cast Hide of win: and in the center of tIe settlement '. Episcopal
beant'ful building site and a pood in- at eight p. m.
: -a not as largely attended a- it would have
1 vestment for J3.000. Tall on or address Fort or F I' PICKEXS TUJXKK.:
Ed. took involuntary illc, riorhla.A .
-Captain DeCourcey an
Potter. Lake Worth Dadecounty, Fla. 4 been had the townspeople been given I
t 'R --------- ---- -- -- dip into Indian River Monday Photu<>'I'f GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRiJ.
I II I i longer notice realized the sum of about i /) C/ .
I I morning sloop i twenty-five dollarThe programme I I< now prepared to do anything; in the i
I : xelimgr m 'tight anal -)1.J. Ss-, +U1 ,
Thermometer wa* l:! degrees in the I I Hughlett returned from Jacksonville I was a Il1U-t intcre-ting; one, and con-isted I Picture line. i! prompt atti-ntit'H \' toculU-i-iiiiu,, } ".n,m.

shade ye>terday.Mr. on Friday evening, and left for I IHOl'kledge of recitations, tableaux and mu il" Mi-s Views on East Coat and Indian Rivera 1 negotiated Ranks. Corp"on nit ttrst 10111 and inortsaKf ln tnI'>.".avm Interest '''.

on Saturday morning. I Walker recited, in her u-ual good style, I Specialty. allowed on ttinrdfpn.its.JS .
'\'. Wil.-on. of Courtney, wa in !j
town on Tuesday. -Messy.llamiltomi & Co. are having "The Legend of Bregenz," and "William I Has the only Authorized IhrOToclLtI'll 1OOOOO TO LOAN

a new suit of sails made for the sloop Brown and Mary Jane" MrBrown OF PRESIDENT CLEVELAND AND PARTY | On Fir'-tclaHeal Estate.ath .
-Captain Pa.ldbon returned from his recited which is that ha, been made :during their:
Emily S., and she will enter the Fourthof a selection a general ever
trip north lat night. July regatta. favorite, the title of which we are not travel Orders by mail receive prompt .\tlnUl'c$ upon available collateral
attention 49-t;mo. '! .\lpro\"l'tl1m*>ine! puptr,Ut''lIl1h',1Hmtb
-:Mr.: J. P. Turner killed a white I acquainted with. All the recitationswere
-The view of the hay from the third on all part of Europv.I5u .
pelican, on Tuesday, on Mo-; juito La encored. The tableaux "Town in lone atjacksonville .
piazza of Mr. Ilutchinson's new hotel i- : A. M. Hamilton & Co., > ":>"i muKvtry -
goon. Pump," "The First Cigar" and "The I i favor, t'On'istent with -ma,
grand. This ian excellent place to witness i
I -Our visitors and townspeople are I Bart-vard Party," were all loudly ap- I TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA, I iI banking cluerfullytcmlf<|
the regatta on the Fourth of Julyin I COI11 E'PONlENTS: : : lank olJ.ii-kMiii\.i. :
e still wending their way north fur the town. + plauded. ::\Ir-. Turner gave two instrumental Wholl'Nllt' Dt'all-I's in : ..Jack."n\'ill'. Fla.; The ">,al>"..inluti'u&.
our .
I Hank, New York. !
summer. selections on the piano, which
-Therea-. no -ervice at the Court
-:Mr.: Uranning is engaging in the IIlIu..e on Sunday evening, aper announcement were highly appreciated, and Mi-s Edith Indian River Oysters C. C. E3A.IG-EIT:: : ,

knitting of cast nets, and says he finds a as the Rev. Mr. Bolton I Altree I sang "I Heard a Spirit Sing i ," and Contractor & Builder.

ready sale for all he can make. : "Pa-s I'ndcr the Rod." .Iftertime entertainment : l-4'11 .\ \\OUTI1.. I>AI)K ( ... ILL
could not arrive from City Point on account -
wa. over ice cream and cake [lour'.;. of all kind., built either b\
-Mr. Henry Harrison, of Canaveral, of rain.A .
day or on contract, and work
were !served, and many bouquets weredipofd Green Turtle and Game i wares
was in town several days last week working small i i-. sidetracked I dour in any part of the :Mate. IKHH)
steam fire-engine -
of by the little flower ;tiirKWe i work jruarauteed. .\Isofl'w houje
up the C. & S. F. Kail way.Mr. down All or l >r* will receive prompt ami! careful: at-
at this place for a party hope to see another entertainment of trillion whether hy telegraph, | for ale, in gaud locations. at burrainprices. :
-:: I). S. Hutchinson and daughter, the river. It is said that it intended this kind that : letter or iH'V".on. 17 1 ,1*j-m;! i
[ and
given ere one, hope a -
Mrs. Walker, to leave for Tren- : to the force for I I
expect "-upply irrigating pur- I Ii
little more time will In given to advertie -
ton, X. J., on Friday or Saturday.We poses. When it fiat arrived -omeof our I it to the people.! i! TITUS HOUSE, i A.: L. IIn tehUII:; ,

r learn that :Mr.: J. P. Blake expects citizens were presumptuous enough to I __ I III! AI.H1S I\

to purcha a residence in town think it wa- fur the Voluneer Fire j Titusville, Indian River, Florida.

shortly and move in from Sunbeam.Sir. Department. GREAT REDUCTIONS.I i I DRY GOODS NOTIONS

I]. I'. l-(': n\' ,
-:: ::\Iaskef)', brother of Mrs. -A party of excursionists visited El AM determined to reduce my stock Pa'op.t-tol' !

itching, of Sebastian, arrived here, on Dora, on the Hill-borough, on Tuesday. I and make some sweeping reductions in Large Airy Rooms ; Excellent Cui: Hardware, Crockery. Saddlery.

Monday, from Warriugton, England. The party consisted of friendof Mrs.: prices of goods, already sold close, forcash sine. : Stationery, Family Medi-

' Cannot we have a benefit entertain- Walker and )Ii-Walker, who visited down. Good for CO days only. If cines, Garden SetJs

their place at El Dora before starting wi-h little tide Thi well-known llmi>e: i i... now openfor !
ment for the Fourth of July fund If you to save a to you over CHOICE GROCERIES
the ot :
so, it should lie given at an early day. north for the summer. The -learnerCleo the the summer dullnes-, call and i invest juet
conveyed them, under the charge of at It will to lay in a good Hay, Corn, Mapes Fertilizers.
Town Council has made a contract once. pay !
Mr. Clla'.1). Sweet and L. C. Oliver.Mr. GRAND VIEW HOTEL; CITY 1'OSVr: TLOUIUi.
for an artesian well, and the parties are
--- -- -- -- -
:: John and his brother lJe.t full olb. tomatoes I II .
expected to commence work in a few Myers mmlitv, weight;: :
have just completed the repairs on the '" : '" i'" 1'e.Choice I TITUSVILLE FLA. EACOTT & Co.
clay I' i: : : ; ptt.; ,
brick cistern at Rev. Mr. Foy's residence. suirar corn, former
-We call the attention to the changein 20( cts., at......"........................... l-rc. -I --- 'IT'S"ILI:. I'LL.
The trouble with the ci-tern that
3Ir..1:: Uirnbaum's \'l'rti>eiuent this the water underground forced was its way Eva p. apple.-.......................... 12c.Evap. Tie most centrally l located Hotel in City. ; TIN & SHEET-IRON WORKERS.
week. For in his line it will
goods pay )pears, former price UOcts. 20c.Evan. I
up through the bottom. This has been -0- I
you to give him a call.Messrs. Apricot..:, .:.Oct... :Wl.. i
entirely remedied by the MesrMyers I : -. ;E\\ HOUSE. FIlt T-l'L.\-O- (UTTKKIMJ: KUOFlNd) ;,
Chas. T. 3'erbeke and W 111. and we are informed that their Dried apple, ? l2Jct, Sc.\ I EVERY RESPECT.Open ,

Good year, of Ilockledge were in town work is thoroughly done. Dried ,etches........................ J>c. And .JIlI/Ill If I('ILU'i II 01'i"
all the !. Table Unurpa ;
Tuesday. We received a short but .\ lot of cranberry sauce, nice goods, year roum I TJ 'tire.

pleasant call from Mr. Verbeke on that -Mr. F. B. Sackett, of Heath,, startedfor former price OUcts, at................. '-'.)e. -(.t1. Bath Room Free.

dav.i St. .ru-tine on Tuesday morningfor ;lb. buckets jellie................. G<>e.olb. Rules, $..aU fc .J.OU per Daj.fPECIAL '. I Galvanized Work & Repairim of all W.

an absence of several days. He I preservejam: -, and butters, I -

-Xext Tuesday is Convention day at I brought with him from his place the former rice$1at..................... iic. HATES PEU WEEK. t! Location : II,V1N ST. nexrtiter. I

St. Augustine. The meeting of the delegates finest bouquet ot roses we have seen Two gal. bktpickles, former price .T. A. ...JIIL; LEn'ofJl'ielo/'. 4i

from all part of the State will Sl.s.), at.................................. :$1.25.
lately. He also presented the editor of
make it lively in the ancient city for a 2<01b. kit- mackerel, former price
the STAU with sample of his fine BOBBINS & GRAHAM
few da\>. a plate $2.00) ................................... $l.5U. ,
honey, which we confidently believe,
Reductions on many other goods too j
-On Thursday next, Bishop Weed i is ahead of any we have tasted in the ...
will visit Titusville to confer the rightsof State. numerous to mention.

confirmation those who have On winter or dark styles of calicoes,
upon -Mr. L. R. Decker fell from the roof goods worth 7('. and Sc.\ will sell for 5c.Now REAL ESTATE BROKERS & LOAN AGENTS.
1 been prepared. The service will 1, probably -
of the chancel of the Episcopal Church lain stock for fall and winter.
be Held in the new church, in the Reductions sweeping, in fancy colored ...-- ...... .
Monday afternoon, about three o'clock, ( -
evening. shirts and wool over shirts.
and fractured three ribs on his left side. Reductions in hat shoes and
-Mr. 1*. F. Ensey has closed: his LANDS BOUGHT AND SOLD.
The staging which was very slight, ga'eway many other oOlI'i.Helllemher .

school at the Haulover and is now stop- while he was fastening: the cross to a dollar saved is a dollar Loans Negotiated on First Class Security at from 12 to 24 per cent.
with his brother Mr. G. F. Eu made.My
ping *ey. the peak of the roof and he fell downtime .

j We learn that Dick expects to go to roof on to another staging, and from duced.stock i i. too large! and mu-t be re Choice lots: in rapidly growing; Towns, will net investorH1 |Mel

Bradford county shortly to take chargeof cent in twelve months.:
thence to the ground, where he was
a school there. Yours truly, Residence lots in Titusville: from 820 up to $1000.

found in an unconscious condition, and GEO. B. RUMPH. Business lots: from $:!">(0 l to $'!..W'.
-Our readers will notice that Mr. remained) until after he had been

Humph is offering great bargains in the home some time. Had it not been that I Wonderful Cures. I Ir. II I
for Florida Southern Lands
prices of goods as published in another he struck the staging below the roof he \ I). Hoyt & ('0., Wholesale and Retail Agents Railway

column, for the purpose of reducing his would, undoubtedly, have been killed by Druggists of Rome Ga., :says We '

stock for the Xow have been selling Dr. Kings New Discovery More than of Choice Lands located in nearly t-vrn
large summer season. the fall, as he would have struck upon a I : ,
Electric Bitters and Bucklen'sArmiica
is the time to buy. large tool box just below. Dr. Wilonwas I salve for four Years., Have never 1 j county in the State, suitable for Farming, Grazing, Fruit and Vegetable
-The evening train, last Saturday, hastily summoned to the relief of handled remedies that sell as: well, or Ci rowing-I'ine, Cypress and C'edar Timber price SI per Acre und

was three hours late waiting at Enter- I the suffering man, and on Tuesday afternoon give such universal satisfaction. There upwards.P. .

prise junction for the fast mail until i he was able to sit up in a chair. have these been medicines some wonderful in this citv.'eral cures effectedby O. Box 250 Titusville. Florida.A. .

about eight o'clock.s a consequence, Yesterday he walked around a little, but I cages of pronounced consumption have i

t Postmaster Gruber was up until[ late complained of the pain from the frac- been entirely cured by use of a few bot- 1 A. STEWART, GEO. M. BOBBINS, WALTER S. GRAHAM.Clerk .

that night attending to the mail.It tured rib While he W\very unfortunate ties of Dr. King'Discovery: taken in )1. It
connection with Electric Bitters. We I\ Circuit Court. Atty. at Law.
gives us pleasure to state that we in receiving such a fall, it is quite guarantee them always. Sold by all drug i

have been requested to be present at the wonderful that he escaped injuries that stores on Indian Hin r. i iI i iI COMPAE
exercises of Commencement Week, at i were not more severe or fatal.

t the Salem, X. C. Female 'I J. S. MfGlnsliau, !
Academy, on -On :Monday: afternoon a good Ilre"
; manyof I"
I Complete Abstracts of Title furnished to all land
June 2nd. The courtesy is extended by our citizens "killed time" at the i: TIN AND SHEET IRON WORK ;! ul'd county., Florida.

Miss Katie Paddison, of our town, who Court Monde li-tening to the replevinsuit :i .

recehed the honor of Class Esayi a of J. F. Lewis again J. .\. Miller IHMIO tll Order on Short Notice. Titles Examined and Perfected.Box .

few weeks ago, and mention of which for certain hound-dog named "Forrest." i Roofing and Guttering a Specialty. :,
250 Titusville Fla.
was made in this paper. We only regret -I The trial was before Justice .:\tkin- n. !; TITI'\'lLLI-: .\. 17 : ,

that we are unable to be present on Jones & Williams the -
plain- I 'VV' AEt.NINGr.
that occasion. We kindly thank Miss I tin and C eo. M. Robbinthe defendant. I WE CALL THE ATTENTION

Katie for remembering us. o\'T BE DKOKlVhO BY CoMMIh-ilOX ':
Considerable noticed in D .
amusement was 'i Houses in the N rv< advertising tu pay lame >' Of the people of Indian River to our tock of Good-.
-On last of the pnot for tildes, Furs aid Scuds. hut sell your
Friday Deputy-sheriff the selection the
Higgins jury, as counsel which
; K"; "Is at houie. Fur Li;lust prices ship them toI we arc ottering; at very clue margin.
arrived here from St. Lucie with preferred men who knew something( ; C. E. PONTIER & Co. ; We make a specialty of

Mr. John Capron, who recently exhibited about dogThe evidence in the case i ,
i Orlando. 1'la.. boy 327: : or Tani|>. Flu.. :
a deranged mind of a violent character. I was given by the plaintitl and defendant. box :!0. Groceries Grain and Flour

SherilF Bowman carried him before i Plaintiff claimed that he had bought WANTED To BUY I Hay ,

the Honorable Judge Bnniuie the next "Forrest" from :Mr.: :Miller: for valuable :I iHXt.OdOi( < retn, Salted ( ,

day, and after being examined by a consideration, while defendant said he ALLIGATOR SKINS.i; On which we will give special intlul'ement't. carry a large stock of

physician, he was transported to the had not sold "Forrest," and would not HERON PLUMES i GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS BOOTS AND SHOES HATS AND CAPS, EC,
/ asylum at Chattahoorhee. Sheriff Bowman }part with the dog under any consideration | AND BIRD SKINS OF ALL KINDS to
i Which I we are offering 1 low Those shoes will find it great-
returned from his trip last night, as he was greatly attached to him. I bought in sea.on. Quotations on application figures. needing
I nl'f..r"u.'eF1rst, National Bank of Tampa. For their interest to give us a call as we are selling shoes very low.
and says he does not want to take chargeof The Court charged that the jury- I further information call on or address. C. E. I We will be pleaded to quote prices at any time.I .
I'ON'TlEi X CO Orlando Fla. Box 3.17 :
any other such men. would be the judges of the credulity of or Tampa Fla. Box 30. SJ-Gm: E. i: :aa.A.DY: csc :aRO.H .