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 31, 1888


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


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

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


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rOLe IX. TITUS' ILLF, FLA., THURSDAY, MAY 31, 1888. M). (>.

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Him Williamson: : has shipped four lar-1! Inllnln'atlol1ssoclatloll.. greater amount than it !shall pay in over XOTICI:.
of City Point is vMt- rels of I I I II but the other I
jfiwS.: Brown, Trinidad pine-apples of very fine ,: The State Immigration Association $2" members duly ap- fa the Circuit Court of the frrenth Judicial
in :Mims. size. They I II pointed as above provided for, shall take I
inrelatives run twenty-six to the barrel. j
I was in session: two days at Jacksonville such steps as they see fit to procure the I Circuit of /70rV, 7mxmCwtnty..

Mrs. Annie Carlisle, who has been JIr.1'. has some more to a=toni-h the J I last week, and from the proceedings | funds which were assessed to the non- -I.]).ISSS. laCfunutry.Thomas .

arc glad to hear is much eyes of the northerners.: Some of his I +
quite sick, we published in the Tim'- Union, we extract j paying county. 1-: HiU>oi!, ]

better. I plants arc producing two pine-apples to I the following : ADDRESS TO THE PEOPLE. Y:>. > Hill for Foreiliisure

Mrs. Wilson, of Titusville, and :Mrs. the plant, besides i fine suckers and slips.Rev. The constitution of the Association, The following from the Committee on H. A. I'icnv. J

visited in Mims John ( rich held I 1 Resolutions and Address to the People, It appearing from the affidavit of the
Field, Merritt: Hng at as finally agreed upon, i is a-s follows :
was submitted and unanimously adopted agent of the complainant in the alltlntatt.,1 --
:Mr. Nesbitt'.s a couple of Sundays ago, ARTICLE 1.Name .
last : :- cause that the said n>sH silent, 11.A. .

The new school house is showing up appreciated by the inhabitant :Mr. and Purpose-Tin* organizationshall WHEREAS: The question of immigration Pierce, is a non-fl iltl'nt of the State of !

The siding is all on and it will i! Gingerich has possession of :Mr. Iloswell's be known as the Florida Immi- i is of paramount importance to the Florida, that the place of residence of the
finely. material and advancement of :said resH iulfnt is unknown, and that he
late residence i which has in- Association. Its permanent
come gration purpoehall
be roofed this week. i the interests: of our State, and our efforts is over the ase ofI years, it is therefore
evening was spent to the hands of his, : Vernon be to organize and promote immigration to properly advertise the great advantages hereby ordered that the said rcsH>mleutt

A very pleasant I Ilarri-:*, of Kansas, and who, with his to Florida. which we can offer for industriousand II. .\. Pienv, do plead, answer or demur to
sociably at :Mrs. Caspar Mims, on Satur- I the complainant's bill of romplaint herein
wife are expected in June to make their ARTICLE II. enterprising; settlers, cannot succeed
last. The clippings were amusing.Our without tilfd, on or before the 2nd day of July,
day I financial aid there-
home on our beautiful Membership-Any citizen of Florida proper ; .\. I).
knowledge of proverbs was severely river. fore, be it lNv\: or same will be taken a* nil
I or other person owning property in Florida onfessed, and the complainant IK allowed
Lake Worth. 1f: tested. to proceed in said And it
ex-parte cause.
may become and continue a regular of Florida to use their endeavors to
last a fine bell was un- \\ arm and showery. is further ordered that this order be published
member of this association by pa.ingI send as their Representatives to the next in the for
loaded from the evening train for the :Mosquitoes are getting more numerous $ annually. Legislature only such men as have the four consecutive weeks prior newspaper to the said2nd

new school house, for which (and r. but they have not all arrived yet. interests of the whole State at heart, and day of July, .\. I). 11ss.

contribution) the communityreturn ARTICLE III who will lend their aid to securing :such Witness, the Honorable John I>. I'rtMimr,
generous I There were services for the benefit of Representation' Any twenty five financial aid to this great enterprise as is Judge of said Court, as well as .\. .\. Stewart -

thanks to Mr. John Einig, of the colored people last Sunday afternoon.i members, or persons paying $?<> into the commensurate with its importance, and clerk of said Court, and the seal of said

Jacksonville.The i i : Geo. anchart and children left treasury, whether in a county or in any who will formulate wise legislation look- Court, at the court House, in the town of
ing to the protection of the State in her Titusville Rrcvanl comity, aforesaid', thisi
will be held :1tIr .
next sociable for a visit in the north and west the auxiliary organization shall be entitledto
on I every interest, especially: that of health. the :!!th ciaui. May, A. I'. 1&SS.A. .
J. E. Brady's. The main attraction of : one delegate to the annual meetingfor We also urge upon our people the importance .X.'STKWAKT,

the evening will l he the post-office, while 23rd.Mr.: Hob :Moore that the election of ollicers! and for general of organizing themi'clyeinto Clerk of Circuit C'unrt.Soal .
:says 'gator was!: a
Eelccca at the Well will be a pleasing bu-iness. associations in every county and town [: of Circuit Court,
little too close to him for comfort the for th* carrying out and furthering the lrl'mll'u.: Fla.J
feature. Now all thirsty Jacobs:; come
yc other day. ARTICLE IV. purposes and aims of the State Immigration LYMAX E. RAUXKS,

and bring your nickels and quench your taken Officers There hall be a Hoard of Association, and we wish to earnestly I .,OX}:$ .S,: WILMXMS,
thirst with ice-cold lemonade. Steps arc being to get a schoolhouse Directors of fifteen, eight of whom shall urge that unity of sentiment and co Solicitors for the Complainant. tSIIIRIr1"s
built on the west side and readyfor be shall he elected
-- -- a quorum. They by operation of plans tending to harmonize
( corinllu. occupancy by fall. the association at the annual business: the varied interests of all our citizens S.SI.i:.

Mr. A. Carter, a few evenings ago. shota Rev. A. 15. Dilley arrived on the ll'th meeting. Such Board shall elect an Ex- the farmer, the fruit-grower, the transportation I'nder and ]by virtue of an execution issued i

fine deer a few yards from his ecutiye Committee of five from amongst lines: the merchant, the trades- out of the-Circuit Court for the 7th
away and conducted church services on the its members, any three of whom shall man, and the laborer, whose interests are Judicial Circuit of Florida, l Krevanlcounty }

house. 20th.<> Sunday School was also: held at he l a quorum. The Executive Committee so closely blended that an injury to one upon a judgment recovered in the

Some of the people hereabout* arc perplexed Mr. Geo. A. Gale's. shall perform such duties as: the is a misfortune to all. Thus: :shall we allbe court of the Honorable Minor :S. Jones, }

with the ruling; of the U. & Board shall delegate, but shall report all found working together in furtheringthe county Judge md ex-otliclo Justice of the
Land Office, at Gainesville. :Mrs. F. C.Dewey, who has }been a lit their proceeding: to the Board. The peace and prosperity of our beloved Peace for Krevard county, Florida, and

tIc under the weather for the past week,,I pre idt'nt.hall: he elected bv the Board I :State. trum.cribcd to said Circuit Court wherein

Several parties have lately visited the is again better and is now enjoying life of Directors from their number. They DIVISIONS OF THE STATE. C. J. Hector was ptaintilr and M.(: S. Ct.ok
shall also elect and treasurer was defendant, I have leviedIHII\ and triiisell
1 l.eacli and turtle turning turtle !: a secretary : ,
in the woods The State shall be divided into nine
)pine again. and such other officers thedeem at public outcry, to the highest and
as ex-
and turtle steak have abounded as the districts, namely :
An safe down the edicnt. best bidder, for cash, in front of the CourtHouse
1,800 pound came on
fruits of their nightly labor. : Division: 1-All: counties west of the door, in Tittisville, in said county,
The and duties of the
Mary R. and has j just been placed in power presidentnd Apalachicola river, C. C. Rantill, agent. on the first Monday( in July, the same In-ini!;
Mr. Bruner, of our place, while out on Captain U. 1). Hendrickson's store. Ru.siness secretary :shall be such! as usually DivisionG:1l1ol1ell: Liberty, Franklin the second day theieof, .1. I). ISS; within '
those of1ic .
one of his nightly excursions fell into is still on the increase. appertain The treasurer to shall give( bond in such Wakulla, Leon and Jefferson counties, the legal hours of sale, the following pn-
stood J. J. Willie, agent. erty, to-wit :
the company of :Mr. Bruin, who up
and with
Several of our lake Worth families are amount :such security as the Di vision o-MadisouTayIorSuwannee, Lot number eleven ((11), in block number -
in an erect position about twelve feet directors i and approve.AITICLI .
rejoicing over the expected advent of :1reallh.c may require Hamilton and Lafayette (no agent li, as will appear iix>n a map or plat l t

away Both faced each other, but cow in their midst. A corner : V. named). of the village of Mclixmrne, Krevanl

whether the l bear was bent on mischief, Annual :IetingThe annual meeting 1 1'i itnIColumbia, Baker, Brad- county, Florida, surveyed. and drawn by 1
intending to make a meal of Mr. Bruner, in milk will be the next thing on the pro- I of the Association shall be held in ford, Alachua and Levy counties, W. II. :i. S. Cook, civil engincerdated.June''lst,

gramme. he city of Jacksonville, or elsewhere, at Sebring, agent. SSG; ; said lot fronts upon New Haven
\ there was no way to find out. However, a"l'UlIl't; rl'l't, and is Ixmnilcd north by lot
It is rumored that Rahama vessels arc the discretion of the directoisf, the :5rd Divio.ionXa'o.1U: : Duval, Clay, St.
as Mr. Bruner thought it the wi etllOli'y lumber twelve, cast by lot nnwl>cr 10,
Johns and Putnam counties. No
Tuesday in May of each year, when ( agent
fishing and turtling along our coast. We south by New Haven avenue street, and
he took deliberate
to waste no the ollicers! shall! be elected, and they lamed.)
west, by lot nnmln-r fourteen, nil of ailllnt"l'ing -*
aim and the bear fell to tho ground, vender if the United States has given hall hold office until their successors are Division GYolusiaIarinn, Orange, :in section 2, township 2S, south of I

hot through the heart. To make his these vessel owners: rights to f fish inside chosen. Lake and Osceola counties, J. F. Richmond range I>!7 east.

death certainty second shot told the of the three mile limit? ARTICLE VI. agent. f; J. I F. KOWMAN: : ,
a a
i Division 7 Citrus, Pasco, Hernaudo,
fatal and bruin at )1 r. C. C. bight has commenced work Calls for Meetings and Quorum-The I Slicritl'of Krcvard County.
story, poor was peace :Sumter: Hillsborough and Manatee
I calls for annual shall be issued Dated this: l'th! day of :May( .\. I n. ISsS.
with the world and the rest of the bear m Mr. A. I:. Jle cr's new west side ho- meetings : counties, A. S. Mann, agent. 1----- --- -- -
hy the President and Secretary, through Division 8 Polk DeSoto Lee and 1I tsTKii's' SAM:.
family. tel. It is to he completed and ready for the of the I
leading State, tobe
newspapers Monroe counties, J. O. C Rlount, agent. Notice is that under and
hereby given by
-- -- quests by fall and will be a commodious designated by the Roard of Directors.Twenty .
Kan (inllic Iletur.Muiy Division ::1 I Rrevard and Hade virtue of a final decree of sale; and fort-flu-
md well-located members shall 1 constitute
welcome shower during the pa..tH't'k. building.A a counties G. S. Hardee, agent. tire rendered by the .Honorable John I U.
quorum. Kroome Judge: of the circuit for the
day or two ago there was: an addition -- court
\ The following additional from Seventh Judicial circuit of the State of
of the mail persuasion to the colored report .\ Xt w County I ropo'otNI.FOR" !' .
Mrs. lle tall of Titusville is the gue.tIf population the Committee on Legislation was sul Florida on :May 21 th, .\. I). IS S iu a certain -
:- : PIERCE FLA., :May 21, 1SSS.Lditor .
of this vicinity, and Capt. Dick, mitted, and, on motion, w.n received and cause in chancery therein eiidiiig in ;
Mrs. Walton, of this" place. formerly of the Mary 15. is the happy unanimously adopted : Florlla Star : the circuit court for Krevanl county and

t Mr. W. 11. Adams captured a largtUatherback father of the bouncing infant. That his ,rlll.m.AIt: is apparent that circumstances You will please: sir, give me space in for the circuit aforesaid, wherein I.: Ijitli- I.

turtleduring the past: week- family may never grow less: i i-, the wish han been :so shaped as to your paper to name the man for representative defendant man complainant, I as master and in chancery lowed Titus will sell it r

Turtle egg are now the thing and a of i Dick's many friends, both white and militate against the prosperity: and progress of Brevard County our next for cash to the highest bidder) cHi Monday,
of the State of Florida
stroll on the leach by moonlight is often colored.A degree, and the burden of to an changing injurious Legislature, and also: our man for Sena- the :!nd day of July, the same being the tat
Monday in the month, in front, of the courthouse
indulged in by some of our young people. great many of the citizen are rais- the tide of immigration is greater than tor. (door( in Titusville, Krevard county,
individual etiort can bear ; therefore, Joel W. Swain for representative, and Florida between the hours of sale
Eau Gallic i is promised a wharf by fall. ing Rernuida grass on their walks and legal ,
be it W. R. Sanders for the Senate ; both are the following goods: and chattels to-wit :
Thanks to one of our prominent steamboat lawn" It does well here and several
"YiYWmf. That it i is the :sense of the good men and will suit the people.I (lIl' billiard table and fixtures, and one
lill(, It will be built where most places have been improved by it, the one Florida Immigration Association that pool table and fixtures, the same being the
will now speak of :Mr. Swain. He i ia is
needed, .iZ-lt the mouth of the Eau at present showing the most improvement the State, by its Legi latureshoulcl come property of said defendant.

(;attic River. is Mr. .McFarlane's, where he, to the aid of its citizens, and by au ap- man of representative ability and is in Witness inv hand and :seal this 1 1st dayof

propriation of public funds, provide the favor of making a new county of the May, A. IJ. ISSS.
Mrs. Trcutler, who has been ill for has as fine a walk leading up from hi, means for making known our resources southern portion of Brevard and some of [U s.] W.Xl.TKltS. (iKAIIAM,
wharf to his front door as i is;; to be seen I .")t Master in clmanccry.Junes .
time i is well and attending and the
some class
part, now again advantages :so as to secure the northern portion of Dade and establishing -
to the management of her large: anywhere as it is one solid, level l bed ol of immigrants that we so much need and : .V Williams, Solicitors for ctunpPt.NOTICE. .
the Court House at Cantown on ----
Bermuda Mac is proud of his "av.enuc" to that end we respectfully request: the
house grass.
in She take a trip I !
person. may Governor to recommend, and the Legislature Indian River. It is to our interest to .

north for the benefit of the change and and justly so. to enact, such an appropriation have a new county. It will give us a In pursuance of j notice hitherto given, '

trip. _____ SAM.Wade's bill as will be reasonably: sufficient for market near home We can get aid from and under an order of the Hon. Minor S.
u- the purpose.: Jones, Countv Judge of Krevanl: County, 1
Our amateur photographer has been IHIlic'iillJcs. the United States to open out the inlet
7iWirFirst., That $24noO> be raised will, on the 2nd day of July, 1SSS, sell atI'ultlil'
doing !some good work lately. Success, St. Lucie in large before the House door
DADE COUNTY, FLMav \ J for the of Association for near so we can run outcry, Court ,

W. H. .\. Tm- ll. 21st 1SSS.MIAMI r the en uing'nr.purposes. :steamers to the channel of Indian River, in Titn-ville, in said county, l etwetii the
legal I hours of sale, to the !highest bidder,
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which will direct from New o. "
Micro.Shipments Editor of 'the 'tar : Second. That we set apart onethirdof brim- goods lor cash, the following lands in/ionging lu t

in vegetables are still made In these days there arose a man in the I this sum for the transportation! com-I York or Savannah or Charleston and the e-tateof .\. J. Pace, late of litlt.'ftUuty, '
I panics to raise or that proportion deceased the debts of dcieaxwl
send off to
land them there cheap.'e can pay ,
from this point. land called "Sam": of the tribe of \Yorth- I amount raised.I :| to-wit

)Ir. P. Roller has made good job of lessites and he cried aloud to all his people j I Third. That the remaining two-thirds : our produce to the different markets andget All the right; title and interest of said .

behold the Lennonites hath I i quick returns without rehandling. deceased in and to five acres in the simtliwest -
repairing Mr. dementi's Rose. saying [ of the said $ !.tOOO be raised in the following }
yacht sent counsellors to the :Miamites who are manner : That each county be j: We are amply le to run our proposednew corner of fractional lot 2, section 2-,

:\Ir. (}. V. dementi and his mother, j assessed for such an amount a- is in pro- county. \rellaveg tOuOIOworth; township 21 south of range :;.-t east, Ijrlnj
heathens to wage war against his tribe i in Krevard: County :State of Florida.J. I
start for a trip north in a few l1a 'S. portion to the valuation of the property I Ii of taxable property. It will not inter- ,
: Now the word of the great Ruler came i in said to the total assessed value ; t: KOWMAN: i'
They will lx much missed from little i
our j fere with our schools to make a new
: unto the Lcnnonites, who dwell among !! of property in the several counties i in the I I Sheriff and Ex.()tHciu Admini-tratwT. !

community. I the Worthlessitessaying, arise and go :State. j i county. I IIi This :!bt of May. l.v: <. 5i >> :
Professor Jcnks ha left for the north. I will now speak Of Mr. W. R. :Sanders; ; --- t
unto the Miamites who are a great people Fourth. That the representation in j j I II -- -- ------ .

His checful countenance is misled from I and against theY orthle :-ites, for the annual meeting of the Mate Immij !,I as a fit man fur t I Senate.-: He is tin- i! NOTICE.LAxl .

our mid-t, but trust the new year will I their wickedness cry hath come up before me I j I gration Association shall be one vote fore"ery I doubtedly a good financier. 'ftaehave 1;' > OFIIICK at <.;aiiu>: \illt\ Fla.. \ t tI

brie; u hi* return again for a t.oodix S2"paid by any county, i per*on or been lower and better asMs-ed since :Mr. 1 I May 19. 1''s.Notire ,
and let it be written that I will reversethe .
person, firm or corporation.Fifth. i 5* hereby given that the follow5ngnanietl I
month.. letters devised by the Captain-Uen- That the transportation companies Sanders ha: been as-es-or: and we believe !!, settler I lias tiled notice of his i

ttev. \". F. Stewart anchored at :Mr. eral of the ,y orthle ite be allowed one vote at the annual 1 I that :Mr. Sanders is the right man to Ira ,,' inrention to make dual proof in support \

J. Xl'l- itt"s meeting of the Association: for $ 'S Mate for us. If we cannot get Mr. :Sanders :'of his claim :1111] that *:i'npitxf\ will be
the Lennon-
place, over Sunday, And it came to pass 4 made before the Clerk of < Ircnit 'onrt.
where the lev. gentleman held service ites on the third day of the fifth month 1 1 paid into the Association meuil by them.every above. ; give Us Capt. \\-. II. Sharpe. Ther-e at Titusville. F ta.. on .1 uh'. II. 1sSs.
Sixth. That the -
Ir. i >ers provide choice and we will (I for ; William I). Owen ot .
and Mrs. Stewart who were married fourth of the Great Ruler sent t men are our 2 'i/ :
and the Aeiation
year \! for be not admitted into *:-)-
I CUI1"C'ntiun.Ir.: Robert .. D.>> :-'. V.'W.! ) for the iot41 amid _. 5 them in the .
Oil LO:1rtllhe Corinne, last Thursday, : their wise men to counsel with the :Miamites until they either produce the i i <;, township 21 south. amid lots :t ant! t.

Tituaville, were among the party.A. and they gathered themselves toI I amount of money which they represent : Iorrow would be a good man for the Senate :: section 31 l. towiiybip :!.'south. mnge; 37east.

!I counsel in the city of :Miami mid had 1: or a satisfactory'pledge that the money ; he would help :Mr. Swain form the .

two A. I. Xl'olliU1.: A., with his wife, light and gladness"and joy and honor. will Ill' raised. :Said pledge; if it come new county. We want the uew county He names the following; \\Unessetoprove

children and nurse, from England, \\iul it came to pass tlwit the heathens from the County Commissioners, to' his continuous; residence:

are staying with his cousin, Mr.I'.1.. I i and Lennonites counselled among themselves be entered for record before it is pre- so we can get the county line changed cultivation of said laud vii:

%esbitt, prior his !i wisely and it was decreed that the seined. : from where it is. It is causing some i Irving.I). lli-eoek, of Horti. Kla.;
river, to locating on our I man :Sam; aiid his tribe should no longelI Seventh. That should any county fail trouble about the taxr- The people at Henry 1'msim, of Geoigiaiu, Abrnhaiu I*.

Mr. Brook Rundlc accompanied deceive them and the end is not yet. to pay its assessed proportion, the said i i! Ras-enger do not want to pay tax in Rre1 Hrnn r. of Ueorjilaua, Homer tie Allcn,

the Professor and flluiJfrom. the old Respectfully, county to failing shall not be representedin 1 i I yard county. Respectively, 11 of Georgiaua.KIa.

country. I ONE or THE Lc- sosITI-::. any way in the Association for any i: .DI IclAT. o i. C. Tt'CKKi:, Register.




' I MASTER'S SAL.E. --t\- J. _\. McCRORY, _\tt '-at-I aw'. .J. '\.. EWAX, Xotarv ;
Foreigner In 1:08111I. THE BRAIN AND NERVES.The \' 1 ,
An interesting paper issued by the Notice is hereby given that under and

Russian ministry the interior informs Actions of Frogs Without Uraln I by virtue of a final decree of sale and foreclosure i

us that the yearly average number of How to Treat Nervotn Disease rendered by the Honorable John ,, McCRORY & SWAN

+ foreigners arriving in Russia is over "The Nervous System-How to Keep' D. Broome, Judge of the Circuit Court for !j ,
the Seventh Judicial Circuit of the State of
800,000, and those who leave the country It in Order, was the subject of a very I
Florida the 4th day of May, ,\. D. i
interesting "practical talk" to
750,000. Exact statistics of the young I
years 1,*'$. in a certain in Chancery therein I
1872-81 have been kept, and it appears men: in Association hall the other even- carte:
that during these ten 9.43.132 I ing. Dr. E. D. Fisher, M. D., spoke and) pending in the Circuit Court for BrevardCounty
years wherein Real
and for the circuit Estate
foreigners arrived and 8.021.19S departed. I some 1.UOO men of all ages listened. The _Aaron Adam and John 1. Howe are Biscayne Bay

The nine and a half millions of I doctor compared the brain to an electric complainant, Stephen Kyder and P. Millie i i
battery, the matter the zinc
being <
arrival are thus classified : Germans pray Ryder are defendant I, as Master in
come first with 4.871,571 then Austrians and acid whereby the force is generated. |
Chancery, will sell, for (cash I to the highest ,
1,303,143; Persian subjects num- and the white matter with the spinal i t I bidder, on Monday, July the Jnd. A. D. i ilxss.

ber 255,207; ; French. 122.771 ; Turkish cord being the wirby which the force j J the same being the rir-t Monday in !j A.G-ENCY.

subjects 70,337; Roumanians. Bulgarians is distributed. Th human brain i is divided the montH, in front of the Court House j!

and Servians, 41.878; Eng- I by figures! into a great number of door, in Titu-ville., Brevard County, '

lish, 20,691; Italians. 17,359; : Greeks I convolution Thii: i i-' not. however, the Florida, between the legal$ hour-of saleall j [ami Dade County Florln.

14,835, and all other nationalities I case with dogs, pigeon cats fi-li. itc., the following described real estate, to-wit : ,

120.C38. In recent years most of the who have smooth brains without \'erceptible i j All that certain lot, piece or parcel of land j'

foreigners who have settled in Russia divisions into parts. From this it I with the huiltlin1-thereon erected, situated, !,
I Have Valuable land for sale Fronting): on l i-oayne Iay. isosi"O f j..r
arn .
have chosen as their place of residence follows that the man who has the greatest lying and being in the town of Rockledge.; <:il
Dade County ranuin from :6:!.; 0 to : ,O.UO 1.r.hhnl
trues :: :: pt'FU n- i l:1.1:
t i!
the western and Baltic provinces the number of convolutions in his: brain in the County of Brevard, in the State of : i

two capitals, and the larger towns on the I I will he the most intellectual. Thisis Florida, known as block number ten ((10)),

t f Volga. The German population of Russia : still further proved by the fact being part of the north-we-t quarter \ n Splendid Sites for Hotels and Winter Residences, Overlooking the Bay and Ocea

who remain German !subjects, is that African, Asiatics, Indians, w \ \ of the !south-east quarter is( e 11 I of <:

found chiefly in St. Petersburg Reval. I and aboriginal Australians have not so !'ection1)( ) in township twenty-rive (25} J
south of ranf'l'cthirt\-.ix {i3: Ii\J) ea-tbounded '
convolutions in their brain as the
Moscow and Nijni-Novgoved: the French many
Caucasians.The and described as follows ', to-wit : Beginningat '
in Warsaw. St. Petersburg, Moscow, I 'Ii
a point on the northerly side of Ryder
Kieand Odessa; Austrian subjects in I brain can be rNl1ofrom the ; avenue, formed by the intersection of theeasterly I Government Lands Surveyed and Located for Settlers.

Kamenitz-Podolsk, Volhynia and Kiev; frog and it will go on living. As onogreat .; side of Alpha street with saidnortherly

Greeks, Turks and Italians in Odessa and medicist has said "Removed from side of Ryder avenue and running I

in all the towns of the Crimea and of the all worry and wear and tear, there is thence northerly and along the easterly I j,

Caucasus: the English settle near their really no reason, if taken care of. why -ide of Alpha street two hundred feetto
native element in the ports and a few such a frog should not live forever.1' The ': "
; the !southerly side Avenue" V, thenceeasterly ,
Taxes for non-residents titleinvestigated and abstract furnKhfd -li.-rt
paul on ,
: ,
doctor himself said he had u. u
seen one frog
citizens of the United States live in St. and along said southerly side of ,
of lands in I>ade as \veliavaComplete
Petersburg and Odessa.-London Times. without a brain alive six months after i :venue "A"and parallel with R\der' any county

being "brained." When a "brained" j avenue two hundred feet to the westerlysdde I'

Story About ringer Bowls. frog w irritated upon one of its legs it I of the public highway, thence s,souther Abstract of Titles of the Public Records

1 A man who had heard either of the instinctively lifts the other leg up and halong the wl.terhiltc ofaid

Oriental fashion of pouring rose water on tries to scratch off the irritation. But public; highway and parallel with Alpha

t let this same frog be put in a bowl of :, street two hundred feet to the northerly
the fingers after a meal or else of the I
of the and from to day. iVtdMortjpure- and other!
County keen posted inmments -
water which is heated the ani
slowly side of thence westerly
French not ; Ryder: avenue,
style, very generally adoptedin of writingcardully drawn by nand ntknoulednunt taken hrf..rc uKru
mal will remain in the boiling water until along the northerly side ni Ryder I up
this of around ; !
passing a large .
country, desired. Call on or addresnsl:': ly letter for any information c miKirniiu 1 landu I.s: ,
bowl of rose water into which each guest life is extinct, evidently not feeling the avenue and parallel with avenue "A, two I in the
dips his napkin and wipes his fingers heat at all. This same frog, with food hundred feet to the place or point of cayne Kay or county

therewith, went into a well known china placed all around it, would die of starvation ->: he inning. j
& ]
hand and seal thi2sth :> IMcCrory 'Yall.
shop the other day and selected and paid unless some food were put in its i| Whilemy day '
of .\. D."lS. >.
for two finger bowls. Like most Americans mouth, which, when it reached a certain ,, May,

he hesitated to own that he did point, would be swallowed by an entirely WALTER S. GRAHAM, 't'

not know everything, but while countinghis mechanical action. No idea at all is conveyed : Master in Chancery. !, EXCELSIOR ORANGE FOOD

change he said shyly, "Two is to the animal without a brain, and I D. L. GAULDEX, "
Complainant's solicitor. t.tIll
enough, I think." "Certainly," said the everything is done mechanically and by i ,

saleswoman "if have but means of reflex actions.If .
you one FERTILIZERPrepared
' the cerebellum is removed from a I' A NEW
guest or but one person beside your- Circuit C. the Seventh Judicial
self at table." "But I want these pigeon he will sit sedately upon his perch ;' uftfor especially for the Orange and containing the several elementma.. an.

for a dinner party," he said. "One at until knocked over, when he will begin I,i Circuit of Florida, Dade County. \ to Sustain plant life, viz :

each end of the table!" "And one I to swagger around. This swaggering i:; In Chancery. !! POTASH CALCIUM AZOTE.

tumbler at each end of the table, noticed in connection with a number of Valentine E. )h''rilli'j) I PHOSPHORIC ACID ,

too?" she asked, not pertly, but gently. brain diseases. formerly Valentine This Fertilizer has been produced after years of study by PROF. (). l)EtT. KERTOI.A.

"Why, no," he said, light breaking in The medulla oblongata i is situated in Jones, }bv. S. II. Ray, E'I I as being far superior to any high grade fertilizer on the market and it i i- soil\ \
the neck and i ie '' 'l eticllcCrillihuhand in It is made in two gradeNo.. 1 is a
upon him, "I want-well I only want a collection of nerve next friend, and .1.1Vilsonc I at about one-third- price. preventive

four or five more, but I'll take a dozen. cells which control the breathing the : I 1, Performance..Janics I of root rot. and also destroys white ants and wood lice.

What a fool I am!" Before he went out : motion of the heart and the size of the Vs. I No. 2 doe: not contain this specific.For .

he had heard enough stories of queer arteries. Injury to this organ will cause W. Copp. J i prices and further information, address:

' blunders to convince him that he was I' instant death. The sudden deaths in ,1 It having been niadetnaplearti the Court i| O. I>eG. KERTOL.1, KiitcrprUr, FI',.

not the first who had failed in understanding 1 many hangings" are probably due to an by affidavit of the agent aliove-named complainants i 7 or JAS. McCOMIJ. JR., Titu>ville, Flo.

the finger bowl mystery. injury of the medulla. that James "'. Copp the defendant I

Boston Transcript. I, Ancient phrenology was a humbug, ia resident of the United States, over i II Opened for the Season. i THE SLOOP "AGNESI"eolninuuled

j but it is now known positively that cer- :!l }ear-'of age, and that his present: re&idence .
rA who interested in his own
tain parts of the brain control certain is unknown, and after diligent man
Purses In Their Muffs. : by
know that
Most of the spring jerseys have the I portions of the body. An injury to the quiry cannot be ascertained.It in-I welfare will be pleaded to C'AI'TAIN.IUIIN McLKAX.

sleeves slightly full at the wristband, and I right side of the brain, as a rule, causes is therefore ordered that the !' ANDREW GIBSON !1: Make regular trip* on Indian Him.

tucked the and I a corresponding paralysis of the left side James W. Copp do plead, answer or demurto sun CAUKIO A rri.L >n'I'lur
some are at bottom. I I
top of the body or the member over which the complainants' bill of complaint Keeps the finest oysters to be found in ]
while others shirred around match
the shirred are of the bodice. I the injured portion of the brain has con- '1 herein filed en or 1 before the 2nd day of.July I Titus\ille.' i!, Groceric .Dry Goods*
yoke They are A. I). 18"or th will he taken
I trol. Certain portions of the brain can ; same Canned C.'oods' ,
so smooth that the wearer can't put so be injured without noticeable bad as confesed.And I AND SEUVKI IN STYLE TO SUIT PATUONS.
much as a thin pocketbook under them any Hats Boots and Shoes
I. result to other parts of the body. Witness it is further ordered that a copy of -O- ,
without destroying the outlines. When this order be in the FVIHw.TAH I
will women learn, I wonder, the utter "The great iron crowbar case," as it i published in the \ Plain and Fancy Cake made to order.Jab"r's Ladie Shoes in great: variety ; Prints all
a published
I ,
is called. A man was injured by a crow- newspaper new patterns" at low prices.
folly of carrying purses in their muffs, | ing county of Brevard, there atljOin-I' Bread ahrayi on hand.

unless the muffs are properly provided I. the bar, frontal which had lobe penetrated of the brain.the skull The and newspaper published in Dade county, for i Also" a fir>t-ela-s Barber hop attached. ; Ready-made Clothill, Toilet Articles

with hidden receptacles securely fastened? patient j i four consecutive weeks next preceding the
finally recovered. When the Meals at all hour- : from r a. m. to IIp. m.
I hope my sympathies are not on the side I.I. of the brain is posterior seri-- I I alCllHltla of July, A. I). 1S8S. j Parties ilesirng to leave on morning mail ,I \OTIOV
of dishonesty, as a rule; but I could not portion injured : Witness my hand and seal, and the eall i boatand hacks will please note this. 5QFor the cash only;
ous results follow. ''of the said Court I ---- -- ---- --- --- ----- ---- Match 15, 46 Cm.
help feeling angry when I read the other I at the Court house, this
The doctor stated that we have at this 14th of .\. D. lN.
day of a lady who casually left her muff ,, day May : I PIONEER COOPERAGESyrup
on a chair in a store, and when she returned -I time a greater number of persons suffer HENRY T. PRIEST, j I, C. II. SCOTT.KAVTKKN .
to her seat was surprised to find ing from nervous diseases! .: than at any Clerk of Court, Dade Co., Floiida. Barrels $2.25.
other time in the history of the country.As ( : M. ROBBIXS1
: ,
that her had been abstracted. The
purse I Gauged to order ten cents extra.
I modern civilization with its of IIAllt1)ItISSISALOON..
woman who stole the money will no press Solicitor for Complainants. tPassenger > ;:

doubt receive a severe sentence. At the business rivalry, advances the nervous ; Wheelwrighting and Repairing.C. .
patients increase. But nervous cases are ---- -- I : If yon want a clean and easy .ha\.t,
same time, the lady who was robbed
also found away in the backw oohs. The: Department. i O. B. A> clean a> barber ever pate
might well be censured for putting temp- I
climate has much to do with Just call on me at 111\Ilcl4ln,
probably, |
barrels and Oval Water Breakers
tation in the way of a probably needy Honey
the of diseases both I At morning, eve, or afternoon.
prevalence nervous : |
woman. Her excuse, if she condescends DeBARY & PEOPLE'S LINE II from ;$2.00: up.
to give one, would doubtless be that she east and west. i ;, I'll cut and {'omh.onr hair with trr.u
The earliest of diseases is Tanksand To suit the of fare
couldn't reach her pocket.--Clara Belle sign nervous I J contour your ;
in Cincinnati Enquirer. I! a loss of sleep. Then irritability and STE.A.1WEB..S.: : all kinds ot COOI-EU WORK to order To you I'll
I j pains in the head are noticeable. Rest as i T. JOII\SOX, !I, The art of which is known to few.

a medicine is useful above all things. i ; razor'keen,
Florida. Myseissor'ssharp,
When IUd Punctuation Originate LaGrange : : my
Nearly every one should sleep ten hoursa o My shop i i",. neat and dl'annf ,
a *
---- ---------- -- way
A correspondent wrote to the editor of
day, the doctor thought, although thereare I I _\ everything I'm sure you'll find!,
London Public Opinion for informa-
persons who can get along with eight HOWELLTITUS. To !-uit.the taste and plea-e the min.l
tion on this subject, and received the I I
hours without any apparent injurious I And all who intend.
following reply: "It is generally believed __ now to patronize
system effect. Regularity in eating should always 0<' Just come alonj: anlll.rinlur,: trientk
that the elements of a of i '
be observed and exercise theopn Pool & Billiard Room
punctuation existed in ancit-nt times. : And I assure you I will try _
Aristotle mentions the subject in his air should also be tried. If these : City of Jacksonville, j 1 My \'l'fll{>t to satisfv. flj3T'
fail then it is time the patient consult '. *
Rhetoric.' About the middle of tho i
a doctor.New York Sun. MAIN STREET
Fifth century an edition of the Four I
Gospels was published, in which the New I 1! Daily Irom Jacksonville !) Saturday. To all whom it may collects:
The llookneller's Tatte.I TITUSVILLE FLA.Sole
Testament was divided into stichoi or j I 1 I I Six months after date I will present to tt*Honorable
lines regulated by the sense. Modern Comparatively few booksellers are men EL B. Plant, ,, Minor S.Jones. Probate Judge or Brewd t*ofi
j of taste in letters, men who read, or keep I II } final account- and Tonchem of the euw
have been in this section for BKOWX'S 1ld
punctuation to Agent &
appears very JOHN E MKK: deceased of said county
the run of publications.. If a retail I CA1T. I. C. HALL, i iI I II i of the.
imperfectly understood till the close of I GiXsT.xo Toxic-a Delightful and ex- i for my final discharge as administrator
I grocer knew no more of his business than I estate I'nixE\8 V, WESSON, Adn'r-
the Fifteenth century, when the Venetian '| many booksellers know of theirs he would Daily from Sanford except Sunday. hilarating Beverage. Always draught. 1 Titusville, ria.: January li), itos _
printers adopted some fixed rules whichgradually Try it.
became : certainly fail. A bookseller in any com- -- ------ .
general throughout i NOTICE.State
ON ST. JOHN'S RIVER.SclleliuleMhly j
j munity, if he is a man of literary culture, voTici
Europe. Perhaps, however, some of our I I ;, of Florida. )
I and has a love of books and knowledge of In Circuit Court the Seventh
readers throw the of Judicial
can light on subject. ,I I County of Dade. j
29. 1SS7. f
-New York Commercial Advertiser. them can do a great deal for the cultication Circiiit oj Florida, Hrevard County, Take notice that six months after the
I of the public taste. His stop becomes i SOUTH. LANDINGNORTH.. In Chancery, :l. I). 18SS. date hereof I will proem to the Count
a source of intellectual center of 1 Leaie. Arrive.
Preserving Fruit Juice ," ELLA A. GA<:E J udze; of Dade County my final accounuand
i :> 0 p m Jacksonville 6:30 a uij J
the If the find
town. there
An ingenious idea has been hit upon public an j 7:(N) p m Tocoi .?&\e. vs. [ Hill for Divorce.T. vouchers a* Executrix of Charles
by an investigator on the preservation of atmosphere of books: and are likely tc j 9: have their wants met for I -.Opm: KolleStcm 1140piui such
fruit juices. He finds that the addition publication 1M: p m Welaka 10:10 p iu I I I I It appearing from the affidavit of the and ask tor my final discharge: as
of a very small amount of chloroform new or rare they will generally sustain 1! 12:00 mdt Georgetown ;+:1o pm 1 1i i'I complainant herein that the address of I executrix. November Itlth. lt ",
the shop. At least: this is: my observation. i 15 a m Votu!':a :1I'Il1.. MOORhExecutrix .
about fito ten drops to two pounds of : -Charles Warner in 2-4)aia: Astor .:10 p in I I the above named respondent is unknown EI..IZ.\BETH J.
the liquid to be preserved acts as a most Dudley Harper' 4:.J;> a In PeTanil LandiEjj 5.+kt' V III and that said respondent is over the age I of Last Will and Testamentof : .
excellent preservative. The method is Magazine. 5.0am Blue Spring 4.t5pm of 21 years, it is therefore ordered that Charles Moore, DeceasedXOTICC. "--t Jn

certainly a very simple one, and such a ; 'j I Arrne.":lIO a 111 Enterprise 2:30 pru ,'! the said respondent. T. C. Gage, do I -----
small amount of chloroform should IK I 9:oo a ni hanfor Cit Wharf 1.SO PIll'!!'! plead answer or demur to the complainants .
i \OTICC.LAXI > 30 Sai ford, S. F. I:. I:. 1 45 bill of Fla.. )
entirely harmless.New York Mail and i IM : a in : : p m : complaint herein on or j L\xi OFFICE at Gainesville.
FTnraa ; OFFICE at (;:lir e8ville. Fla.. \ 1: before the 4th day of,June A. D. 1SSS. May 12.: !*SS.: i

May 1.2.1:8:. at(l'alstkaith'O\ TiovsU Florida Tocoi southern with bt Johns Kaiiroad; i otherwise the same will be taken as confess i I Notice is hercb1..riyeri that the. loiwj-
liatlwayatioUeton _
.V n.h" nu..lnf' lliile. ,. Notice is hereby given that the following ; WIth -t. John' and Halifax I'.ner Railroad>-: d. And it i i8 further ordered that a : !n-nmetl settler has tiled notice

Visitor Ito a convict) What are you in for, -named settler has filed notice of lis : at Astor with St Johns and, Lake Eustis Railway; copy of this order be published in the intention to make final proof in suRfjL

my friend? : intention to make final proof in support 'at, DeLand Landing with DfLand and M. Johns FI.olIft.T.1: newspaper. published iu of his claim and that said proof *";
Railroad: at lllue Sang; with li. S_. o. C. and ,Vi 1 st
Convict-Burglar-. of his claim and that said proof will\ be : said once a week for four CircuitOun
o .
i,i 11ulway. at Lnterprise with A. C.. St J, A I_ I:. county :; ,i, made before Clerk of :
.itlr-Unh" a hawk made before the Clerk ot Circuit Court. railroad fur lituille; at sanford with trams of i 1 secutive week prior to the said -4th U-iv Titusville. Fla.. on July 3rd. 1$>S- '::11..'
)1l\.il't-J.Xl.U...* me, sir,but I have always at Titusville. Fin.. on July 13.: IS,S, the S. :F. Railroad for Tampa; at Tampa with the of .Tune. .. D. iNV5. Abraham 1.. llriincr. of Georgian*. r l1;

made it a paint never to discus my private viz. : Thomson C. We>t. of Jupiter. FJn.. !1, for steamer Points\KG\HET.on Tampa.Bar of the and Plant Manatee steamship laver:Line.also Witness the Honorable John D. n. .-\. :01.: for the! lots :31= and :>. *K -

business affairs with stranger--Nec Yorkun. II. :F.17iflG. for the lot* 1 and 2. ;3 and 4. !i with the TUnt steam-hip Line tteaiushij s : Broonie. Judge of said court. as well a* 2'}. tp. 23; south lange :.i; <'at. >

$ sec. township 39! south range; 42 east. |, OLIVETTE and MA'COTTE for Key West and A. A. Stewart. Clerk of sail court and 1: lie names the tollouing WitlJt' 5e3: tt
: He names the following witnesses toprove Hatant every Monday and Thursday arminc at I the seal of :said court at the Court House his continuouresidence 1111OD.
A Cruel Slur. Key West Tuesday amt Friday, and Haanattednesdiy -
hi. continuous residence upon and and satnrdav Ketnrning: leaves Havana: ; in Tittis\ille. Urevard county aforesaid i and cultivation of. :lil1l.llHJ.oil.. : .
"I often wonder what my nnC'Stor11:1'11 i said 3rd aof May .\. n. !Ss$. "
cultivation of. : every Wednesday and Satnrday.C i this : !Irving D. lIi cock. of l'ortSiYnrV! ;
said*, when ho first met Eve.1 Eugene Woillard. of Jupiter; W. S. i IULE. l! [L.S.] :\. A. STEWAKT William D. Owen of Geurgitna.Ilenr)[

'\9ns he an."ancestor of yours."Certainly r ;:. 'ltncre.of.lupiter: Thoma Tornau. ofnkol1 l Df'ralI'3"'ecger. IteBary Line Clerk Circuit Court. [ Fish, ot Georgiana, R. I- 1urchfie

.\ :\ ; John Roberts Jupiter. Fla. I 1 i JOXF 'c: WILLIAM: of Gcor i:1nl.'I:1..
"Then- I guys he u.k'tl her to loan himNebraska I, 4 S. C. TUCKEK. legi i ter. W.M D.tvlmox General.Traihc Agent. Ifojle'8 Line .! If.: Solicitors for Complainant 1 I I S. ('. Ti'CKEK. Jl'gister.:
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gjrrison llillard has gone to California to 1 Sarti, the musician, composed only in Princess Louise, of Lome, is just 40 years

lira i darkness. of age. Avenue, near the Riilroa.,1. I S. H. RAY
J. C. Duff I*the youngest operatic manager Turgot never worked but when ho had Miss Kate Field has arrived at Los Angeles It ,

In America.Pauline dined heartily. C'aL, for a brief visit. I MRS. V. GAILER.Frch I

Hall is to sing in Philadelphia dur- I Bossuet worked in a cold room, with his Quern Victoria travels as the Countess

ing the summer.V bead warmly enveloixl. I Balmoral, but" her baggage: is marked "Queen I| ]>rc

    J. Florence has secured the right to It is said that Schiller, before composing I of England.; j jMine. and Ctikesnf till kind*. (,t1t's for \ .

    'Heart of Hearts" next season. t put his feet in cold water. Carnot is said to look not more than ; ( i!
    criTl if f"rIljshcl
    plaY t ( ('tf.1 )iI.o<
    j g. Clarke goes to England in April, r&- J Button wrote in lace mules; Alexander : ":i.)." The empress of Austria, "cannot lie j 01 I .
    5/flit ufJti
    j nt t'". It TITUSVILLE FLA.Cen'l ;
    >iing in November for a starring tour. : Dumas in his shirt sleeves. over SS, say impartial observers. t .

    tur Kiralfy has secured a new premiere Voltaire hail in his sometimes five I Miss Jennie Flood personally manages her : GIVE HER A CALL. i i''
    Jmre IdJnSeuse room ___ _ __ ____ ___ I
    but of .())OO.IO. She does it u
    maiden 17 fortune $ '
    of so
    in a Russian years ; desks, at which he pursued different tasks. snug Ii
    I' successfully: and enjoys it so well that she is i j i i i'i.
    k"e. Milton composed his "Paradise Lost" on a '
    not likely soon to accept a partner in the re- :
    Charles Hoyt's emotional dramas "Taffy" large armchair, with his head thrown ack. j jGretry c. J. HECTOR, ;

    ",A Brass Monkey," will be acted next sponsibility. i I i i. :
    and( to animate himself when compos-j 6I ;
    : A Tekonsha (Mich.girl) who is only
    eason. ing, breakfasted and took coffee, and then j
    years old, bangs off the most difficult piano'music Hardware and I
    JIaworth has written his own himself
    Joseph applied day and night to his piano. j
    that ho is with neatness and dispatch, althoughshe > MerchandiseSTORE. w
    play shortly to '
    for the new | r
    music Dr. Shapman relates that, celebrated advocate cant read a note. She is the marvel of l

    appear in. I' of London always applied a blister to the community. *

    It is compute that Manager IT. R. Jacob, his aim whenever be had an important case '< General Produce
    Miss Phyllis Broughton, the English i
    has theatres all over the country, lost I to plead. 1 opera
    rbo bouffe actress who is about to marry the heir i

    JO.OUO( by the blizzard. Girodet never loved to work during the of a wealthy English earldom, is described by | tyh j

    George S. Knight will play the leading : day. At night, when inspiration came to him, ;< the London newspapers as being a good, pure, MERCHANT.

    comedy part in "The Corsair" during thegeason he arose, lighted candles, aud, half muffled : womanly girl, without a breath of suspicion ; !

    of that piece in Chicago next May.A up, Dinted. I Ii to tarnish her name. > r

    big concert is to be given in Clevelandon :i Guido lleno painted with much pomp. ;, Queen Victoria's favorite bedstead went Melbourne.---- .--. -FloridaGeo. -- ;I

    the 1'! th inst., when the works of Ameritn He dressed himself magnificently, and had i astray for a few hours at Portsmouth while I

    ( composers only will be sung and played. his pupils attend him in silence ranged t n route with its royal owner to Florence.It I E. Chase, !I I pn,po:>e td, keep

    Sat C. Goodwin has engaged for next sea- around him. i I was delivered with other '(1)rol''rtil'S""at : iiB"I

    eon Robert Wilson, Thomas Burns, Herbert The great romancer, Balzac, after a frugal | the stage door of a theatre and then the t

    Ayling Frank Morse, Wiva Morse, Esther dinner at C or 7 o'clock, was called at midnight -j I "awful"' mistake was discovered. Chandler IA First-Class Stock t '

    Lyons and Marion Erie. when he took a cup of black coffee and I j :Mme.: Tussaud has added to her collection t Ship I

    Kate Smith, sister of Mark Smith, has ; worked till noon. of relics the camp bedstead on which the i i,!

    sailed from Italy to join the McCaull forces When Fox had eaten heartily he would retire Duke of Wellington slept the night before I -

    at Wallack's New Waterloo. It is a simple one of and Bout and Vosle Supplies, all kinds i
    for their summer season j to his study, envelop his head in a napkin ropes i; !-01'GROCERIES-

    York, opening May 7. ;; soakud in vinegar and water, acid work wood, and is barely six feet in length, with l'ateutUChOf!', Chains! Blocks, !

    IDl Van Zandt has left Paris for Moscowto sometimes ten hours in succession.Pitt the merest pretense to a mattress. I Canvass! nlvanizc Wire
    Hope, all sizes!" Tents,
    give concerts, and possibly operatic pro- never ate but at his own table, whichwas The late Duke of Rutland hail at Bolvoir a =Spruce Ladders, t
    It is more than possible that she when he had "('onfes ion book,'' in which the Princess of
    ductions. frugal; only some important t'oppei Paints, ;zial's, 1-1 .al'!'>, qt-. ::
    .may make a tour of this country in 1869-90. j i affair to discuss he took a little port Wales recorded that her favorite artist was I =Spar Varnish, gal's, 1-2 caPsqtspts.' 1 1i

    Dudley Buck's "Light of Asia" is to be i wino with a sjxoiiful; of Peruvian bark. iLtibens, her favorite author Dickens, her Oils and Leads, all kinds.

    given in Washington shortly with orchestra.An : The historian, Mezfray, would work only favorite dish Yorkshire, pudding; and her : I"V.. litVOK: ."- CD'S IE.DmXED PAINTS ,
    favorite ambition non-interference in other .
    attempt was made some time ago with with a candle, even at midday and midsummer. i ;! In fact aej thiug for r.uildiiij or Kailiug boats. I

    piano accompaniment against ilr. Buck's | lie never failed to wait on his visitors l'CpleImsiw!'". i .

    protestThe I even to the street, with a caudle in his An in.-aut woman esca%d from a Michigan I Ilarfx"" Illocli, 90 East Jill) st.,
    composer Lecooq complains that he has I han.!. i,! asyhun, and to prevent being; captured she : JACKSOXYILLK. FL.A. DRY GOODS Ii
    climbed tree. All efforts to her
    not received ono cent from the production of Jeremy Bentham jotted his ideas on little a persuade : ,

    his operas in America. He has written thirty I squares of pallor, which he piled upon each i to descend failing, the tree was choppeddo'ii Ludden & Bates' Southem!! Music House, I i i
    and eased the the attend-
    operas, though he is paralyzed and moves 'I other, and this pile of little pajiers stitched | ground by !i I !
    I ants. Its burden was then seized and takenI r.11eii
    about only on crutches. I together was the first forms of his manu j
    I I back to the hospital NOTIONS ,
    A New York manager truly says that thereare I scripts. ,
    I Anna Katherine Green the author of the
    twice the number of "business men," I Michael Angelo, Leonardo da Vinci, Titian, I
    I celebrated novel The eavenworth Case "
    al...o known as "talkers" attached to every Rubens, passed from the chisel to tho pen or ,
    \ is in and comfortable home
    living bright
    a I
    theatre that the house or the public has any the brush. Tho change rested them from
    | in Buffalo, where she is engaged in writing a Lnilios" \ 'hiltlrt'H:
    use for. It took a little army to manageso I the preceding work; aud thus, during; long; ,
    detective Her famous book hasi
    small a boy as Josef Hoftuann, and then I life, they accomplished marvelous works. new story.
    reached circulation of !! I
    i now a copies II
    they didn't him rightly.A I
    manage Addison speaks of an advocate who would
    j and still liiius sale.
    a ready '* .
    tt A H fc
    never plead a case without having his hand
    | The of Sweden is having a high old l SHOES
    queen The Croat Wholesale Piano iiu Organ
    FEW CROWNED HEADS. to the cud of a thread drawn tightly roundone _
    j time at Bournemouth; England. She rides I I)<*l ot ill*I!heM! >. II. 'i '>r LiCLI'Lte'Utbu>;
    of his thumbs all the time his speech Tinfnl '.t I II
    j'iari- ;
    The l'ilcnpesi
    daily on a small and gentle donkey and is !
    Queen Christina, of Spain, is very fond ofmusu' lasted. The wags said it was tho thread of I 1'laettobc) : .!Iauiticcntitreordt Over II :
    : his discourse. f! attended by two or three man servants carrying -IOMM) 1'iaito, OrKun*plarcil 111 SouthUo I
    hot water. What the water is for no t'rai /i'H r-iiirr IS7O.SAVANNAH.
    The of Italy bus been photographed i had his mode of meditation -
    Napolron particular
    queen "
    has discovered but the
    one yet so long as GA., Nov. lit, 1SS7. ;
    103 times. and work.hen he was not in council -
    who ?
    queen happy, cares It's Ions I Ion
    I loom for; the procession. a ;
    "Ferdinand the Silken" is the nickname at I he stayed in his study, talked to himself Clara Louise Kellogg is said to b.. a mascot ,-. Its lieiid: in :Macon, and roar in j
    Vienna for the Prince of Bulgaria.The and sung, or like a child, cut the arms cf his I
    for men who bet on horse races. Men who I Savmnah.00/ iuilv:, of wagons containing !' JB.A..TS: ,
    chair then would give
    suddenly rousing ,
    present Herman empress is the fifth : ; up I depend on this: diversion for their bread say I 10.IMH 1'iano.s ami Organs sold by L. .Ni II. ,
    the plan of a monument to be erected, or of
    English princess who has held the rank of i i of the military movements which that to shake hands with the prima donna is S. M. I L since 1S7U.Atvv ,. 1 1i
    sovereign. |i one great I sure to bring luck. The Duke of Newcastle
    astonished the world. Oitainly. Wc are a fahouse.. :
    Making jiottery fA the queen of Portugal's once took her fancy for a horse and YVY <1,. a i iut-arnwitJ I."it fai'f.' Wo s. 11 Itaaos anti Organs in I i
    won :30,000.( -Chicago Tribune. cM ivtutViu Mat-. VjiImVf 2i", AiretK-ies. anti the
    and sho
    hobby, is quite expert at it, and can ,
    I '
    1 erateiL
    tlxive fetatfiuviit: >mint in th-bract exa I
    not only make! the ware, but paint and SCIENTIFIC SQUIBS. Queen Olga, of G reece,is a beautiful woman, CLOTHIN ,

    glaze it. : I with a plump, well developed form, thick, ] I'\\- have we ever built up such animucn.cti I
    : There were 1,313 patents of an electrical handsome hair, and expressive She has ? l.vcnterpriseprogressiveswine" !
    It i is said that the ex-queen of Spain-all eyes. : ae ,
    issued in this in IbbT.
    that France has left of royalty-must hire a \ nature country I sweet and charming manners. She is a fearless tiiftliods and wpiarc dealing. We ;i!

    carriage for her daily promenades In the Bois A recent English invention relates to casting I horsewoman, but is domestic withal, andis make our patrons our friends. \Vc work j

    de Boulogne. I ; rings ready for use without boring or j often seen at home spinning silk. She is for them, take them into partnership, as it j jwere tGent'
    turning. The rings are cast in a chill mold devotedly loved by the Greek people. divide -otits and actually give them '
    : ri III'Jlbhill ( ods
    The empress of Austria continues her daily p I : =, ii;: ( ,
    fencing exercise with the ardor of a young around a metallic core. j I The illustrious Mme. Alboni says that in inorr than their "9mene/< vorth. I

    Wood pulp is rapidly being substituted for all her career she never faced an audience l
    beginner, but she has made little impression fmr T.p."!r.CariMl.. our Sec t Ca.-h. our 1tim"XI" tAi.
    on the embonpoint that compelled her to quit plaster of paris in the manufacture of all i without being scared half out of her wits. < I' '. <';ir !-iffW li'L'relude )nt. \
    kinds of ornaments in France ii: Lb'.3511""tin"r.. i, .' erqtinmrtth.nwebr'.tir! ; '! .. O mitt
    hunting. i building Even now having long retired from tho irie'l'imit: :; im the yruur>Itt**, hat's a way we have.t:
    where a new method has been devised. j public stage, though: with her voice still na '
    The good news comes from the Sandwich 1887-88
    Islands that King Kalakaua is going to settle i The number of hides imported into England i perfect as ever, file says she cannot stand up Fall and Winter Bargains ;

    down to hard work and become a coffee 'I for home consumption is estimated at !i9oooo to sing before a dozen friends in her own Summer('Io..hunt'n1t.' over. It "u'romn't !j CROCKERY GLASSWARE
    I parlor without tit of "row.It-,1 wit!. :SiiiMTl Now ItiHtriniifiilH.I,
    a nervous trembling. ,
    which together with | ,
    I'lanter. He finds there u more in it than in tier IIIIIIIOIIHO luirrluiHt'i iiiroct from Fuelurics. '
    being a king.A j f the domestic hides bring the total number to i Women are beginning to appear on the tirt'ntt.'r llnrznint than t'u.r, for reel dad

    London society newspaper asserts that j i. about 20,000,000. i! list of applicants for patents in England. \Viuti-r. ISS.- S. i iNot :

    Empress Augusta, of Germany, has been for To make au ink for hand stamps that will i London! reduced prices: ami poorer i ir.-':.fi1- ; HARDWARE

    the past fifteen years a member of the Roman not injure the rubber: Mix and dissolve two I ments, but the <"<:"*: Lie juice Mill &. /.r : ,

    Catholic church, and proposes to announcethe I to four drams soiling color, fifteen ounces letter and bill files;" Elizabeth Aspinwall, of instalment.;. I'rc-atir; aloe: f.-r; the r:t-n-y. !

    fact publicly and officially.At alcohol and fifteen ounces glycerine. The Birkenhead for a invention for 'polishing Of our I\vest-prici- liinniiuents liiis: is i

    solution is poured on the cuthiou. and rubbedin I and cleaning; laundry irons and fiat irons;" true. Tlicy are vi.-tiy j'ltlhO\'l'tl I AND
    the last state ball given at the Quirinal Florence specially
    King, ofest Kensington Park
    brush. Iari
    with a awl prowl tlft hIU. I : i tides'rioe
    Queen Marguerite wore a superb dress made we are ]
    I for an invention of "feeding for in-
    by Worth, of crimson silk and tulle. It was At the general meeting of the American fants aud invalids." spoons i such bargains pap r. I ut well try_

    decorated representing, profusely the leaves with of i the>>>earl tiger embroidery lily, with, Gaslight known physicist association, warned, Dr.people Morton against;, the well the I I I I A foreign sculptor says that Americans I OVll) '.S3IO\ caafJl PIANO.Vfil le! ":-.r:/.>it v. =.n::'. .I.-W1 pilV.ta orct'ttcefnil anw Goods.

    confound Greek of think .' ., .bl-ju.tnu'leut Ship Chandlery
    real flowers of that plant. use of unscreened electric and gaslights i types beauty. They tipear minn.iitA i :: ibrtlltreticyit
    I'lii-Urti < I. : -
    Mrs. I than t \vry w.iy.
    angtry more statuesque Mary
    Lights should be placed above the visual] ',-r.lane nitnictor.iiiiwLni"y!;V7"' '*'
    Queen Victoria, iu her Florentine villa, i !I Anderson but he Mrs. is the ; 1
    '! Langtry
    I and shaded so as to produce a diffused says tIt&2251'1.t\--intfnl 1 arl.>r rprivriit.
    rises each morning at 7 and breakfasts ate, range I| type the Greek uw as an outdoor statue for o fullzT'1 : Itch n-'v.o-Ml; e.d4 o Lat.*.t rtyloQiiic.'i ;
    j I and equable light. "tru- .* .\ i.ivt.ntitjio.. flit u'.iiitl*
    after which several hours de- \:: u- M.
    are invariably
    while Anderson wouldi
    i garden purposes, Mary U. Oiitnt i'Ujltc..
    I fk
    yoted to business. After tie 0:30 dinner thereis Good cement for sticking porcelain letters i the indoor model. In all her lines she is r TIt $:i.i; 4)1(; \N.-Two wt. K < it. Fire

    music. At 9 o'clock tea in served, and soon on glass: Starch, CO parts; finely pulver- I' the finer Greek of the two. And there, are \\illI:' caTttuttt'tl 1..l.1u.p !
    chalk 100 Mix with Ft::\ '-, iiiu-;>' ra 'c.r "!"'tlt.l sn'J ";:1OI"1. with i t
    after 10 the queen is in bed and sound ;1 ized parts. equal parts j more pure Greek outlines in America than in stool liistrUeWr, iuu.iic: i<...k. a//y>.V 1of and alcohol with the addition of .
    asleep. water 1-ffi. 1''a
    any other country in the world. Intl: SN.-I".r: '" l.+
    of Venice taking j Cl'itILA .. lie:1"'lfIl1 t11..... .t lu"t de'Lir
    parts turpentine, care I : ttt'I"
    but orders for
    The .. business sent me
    King of Holland w regularly enrolled able Parlor Ur>-ai. Comi-t.ti; litiMA | any-
    to agitate the mass with a stick, so as to insure -
    a*a parliamentary elector, standing oa the I SOME FOREIGN NOTES. /'ire 'lr1"ill<, ri'rrf "'. 7':1011",11,1" nf each j jAn
    Printed list as follows: ":(o. 4,009. Name- its homogeneity. j se'd crd buyers i+uttrtlt, !/ 71wrJJ t&nu Meagre (. thing kept in any store inTitu-

    'Of the Low Countries.' Christian name- I Fumigation is said to have originated; with !j Crematoriums are to l>o opened in Turin, Immense to'k from World's Best villetrillbepromlitlylillcd.Yill .
    William III | Acron, a physician of Agrigentum; ; who is
    Alexander Paul Frederick ; San Ilemo. Bologna and other Italian cities. Makers, to suit all tastes anti piir-es. Over
    wuis. said to have first caused great fires to be
    Occupation king. Residence I It i? rumored that the British government oUO tlilieretit style.s to thts'-iVuri..
    thrown into I
    .rd..inJ", r..,. Taxation 'fi.17a" ($700.) i lighted and aromatics to I i
    i them to purify the air, and thus to have will try to establish n tax on bicycles amij 11.\NO--'hirkt'rilU" :h,-:.'. is .lmUJ; ,
    Queen OlIof Greece, u a beautiful I stopped the plague: at Athens amid other I!j tricycles ?IntUu-Ii 'U, Vein, .trioiiIP') t" ,",1.eYi_

    woman with a plump well developed form, I I places in Greece about 473 B. C. i Translators of French works are so plenty <)K(JANS.-! .>ln'.oii i\r llam.1* Iu.ikar!.
    thick! ante.2 1 !') s70..
    handsome Bay
    hair and
    expressive eyes. i that !':.'0 now for the translation of
    pays any -
    fche has sweet and charming manners. She J The Scientific American gives the follow- i new French novel. Easiest Terr.ia ever ln'ur! i ..f. Frcmt3 \ buy FraitsEggs, Chickens, ,
    13 a fearless I method of earthenware: A
    horsewoman but u domestic ing
    withal, and is often seen, at home very spinning i soft copper rod or pipe is used in the lathe, it 1 Our word blizzard is said in England to be I to $10, paid monthly. will cure ;n i
    a corruption of the phrase "blazing hard, Elegant iI
    fclt She fed with mixture of powdered
    is devoutly loved by the Greek \ being a emery I Produce
    Or customer"
    applied to a severe gale. any my
    People. and linseed oil. The emery is imbedded in One tn *:t Thst'' one vay. 1'riCe' n artlIn
    the bthe friction, and cuts right i Any one can now buy a translation of the rlain fimirvi on f at-U h-trim.' ut ard no devut.on. I
    copper made to cfcanriso 'If'>rtaScc ro les* or friendmay bring
    I"u Ii I i'al Pointer through the hardest material in a very: short "Kalevala." the epic j>oeni of Finland: which This square way ..i.urrtr.. all the Insert i/rlccs.: I
    The New Jersey Republicans in state contention Max Muller the of the
    ;: time. pronounces .<;!> fa)y in l-i" 'rem I'*.'rvthir.c in plain \ to market.I .
    adopted a resolution favoring \nIl.J&ZU The "opsiomcter" is a new instrument for "Iliad." I print f ri-1 exartK-) -i rcpre-vntf<| Full: infonna- r
    Walter Phelps for the pr*,idt4dl.L. I tinn sriven in*. 1.(ttt r (":+H''fnUftn"- I
    niahog- A coffee tree In the house in :Kew is
    The testing the eyesight. It consists: of a ; J palm
    Republicans of eubt ct' ur.jional ed. l'arie livin : tt} o'l-'ur.d niilp om'cnn bny }
    districts of i any case with two front eyeholes, behind i now bearing such a crop as, authorities say. 1 just a.., well si< if in >av iiiih. Three-fuun'.s j
    New York held: conventionsnday
    city i which are two traveling bands mounted on has lieen rarely known in tropical countries [ of our cr.lri.-: : tr..i"e :.:'t' ,:." 'f corrt:-;rftii'li-r.f-.'. :
    night and selected deiegtte* to ChiNo i
    rollers. These bands have holes in which either for quantity or quality. i ila Et'i.r. ;, : ;
    cagy IF.ME.UCfl: L'n-'t toe:
    "instructions" were given, but rSln' I. ,. : l.r, ,, askfor share of the public -
    tbf' i different lenses are fitted, and the l' Mr. GIIlJ..rt'nl'W theatre, London instead /11.' }. '" G' a
    Inajurty of !< '
    the fav. i.ine. ,
    delegates ,' 1. : 'r r'1. ." rn'r. :
    ( 'f
    Second district Tennessee Itepu'uis instructed : i whose sight is to be tested looks through; of f'ttthhts. there will be a row of I y1'1'-s.-rfJ' ,',nr.: be ,
    for Blaine. ; the boles and le11at printed matter electric lights hniug the inside of the prosce- I ;

    hind. Ilium on both sides and across the top. LUDDEN&8ATES
    i dictator, asking for your favors
    A The Fire Keconl. It is a new idea to most persons that edge; j An old couple ia Lichieres. after celebrating SOUTHERN MUSIC HOUSE. S/WASISSl./ CA. (
    brush factory at Toledo, 0.. was dro.ved > ''tired,'' and will i
    ---- -
    tools not infrequently get their golden wedding, took to quarreling -- --- -------- If coutteoutreatmentgo'.4good

    by fire. Loss ?: .I.U. not hold a keen edge; until they have a rsst.l and the man finally threw his wife in I
    A fire at Pittsburg d* troyd Oyster &: of barbers Liebig Company'sEXTRACT and low figures i*
    Short's This is the testimony carpenters the fire killed her with a heart stab, and cut ?
    frame planing mill a I'.imlW :yai'U two : and wood choppers. Locomotive engineers j! his own throat. i iTh.

    dwelling.; ntvi & C:,!n: .iny'd : notice the same result in their engines. Possibly the candidate for
    Paint examinations are just over at the Berlin :
    Loss $si,>Ri. MEAT
    : and hard cause of
    Last Slur students !
    Tailoring academy. year favor f
    destroyed the steel works ant planing changes in the crystallization that would j t public ,
    mill from all the world aUt'ntIt.the
    of the DI over
    ton saw works, near 1.ulaJd. inanimate I
    for this i
    PILLS Loss, &WO.O-XJ; : account institution. Two came from Brazil, two INVALUABLE FOR DYSPEPSIA. then I'm
    things. j from Cape Town and one from Japan.

    Suit on a Note l'ortSine.u" Ol.l. : Great ll:1I"atiow have btvu made at j Otto Hefner, aged 11, is now the leading An Efficient Tonic for Invalids, iI i elected.Yours .

    one 11ILl.ERsIURG of Ky., May -Israel( l P.r, Shot buryuess for firing, what is known aa ,I I musical prodigy.; He plays Liszt's "stupen I

    the wealthiest men in c.rh..IA. baa the "jubilee shot." A nine-inch breechloaaer dous paraphrase of Wagner's pinu rlied'
    Beef Tea.j
    ..t ewer brought suit against Dinwiddy M d8: will be fired at an elevation of 40 degs., and ,; with the: power and the technical proficiency I Instantaneous anxious to peae! ,

    ! Worth "JOoOOO, in this precinct, on a ,, the carriage has had to be much strtngtnened. :! shown by only the greatest of adult artists," !
    , note by him is expected to be a little II Also for flavoring"oxi j>*, Sauces and Made Di
    t tlOi'n tortyninyeJ.r..; ao fort The range and he "displays a thinking! power and musij b8.'I'I
    GENUINE with Baron Liebig's
    "' MK-WlthGper cent interest frou date, over ten miles. Strictly speaking, for a j (' feeling of which it might be imagined an 1 BLUE INK across label. s. H R.

    :.. to ? is now *4137McK<* will only agree : ja.LiIshot the gun should have been elevated i' ".>!.".;;ure brain was incapable." fold by all tortke-pen, Grocers and Drnggist. a3T.

    Pay the principal. J10.M. to 50 de,




    I -

    I THE FLORIDA STAR. Fourth of July Celebration. I LTELEGRAPHIC BREVITIES.Fresh I CORNER: STONE LAYING. and tions gives of"the his work apostolic: that )hai ble..\bee.

    Editor Star, Titmville : Crisp Gleaning of Recent bishops. .;\
    PUBLISHED EVEttY TIiUIt DAY. sote-I Almost immediately
    al I worthy Happenings and Events.Highwaymen TAKES PLACEAT f 10
    SIR,-As one who manifests:: a deep interest IMPOSING CEREMONIES cablegram from Rome
    at Owensboro, Ky. i I askin
    abound .
    Editor and Pnlsta in that the WASHINGTON.Many ceremonies to which fuJ
    ELLIS B. WAGER everything pertains to
    ;) an
    Gold for export so far this month : ,5UO'-1 mediately cabled t
    by Bishop K:JI: 4
    welfare and prosperity of Titusville, I I'

    S1.5O per .innuw.r thought a few comments on the importance 000.Ripley, 0., organized a natural gas and oil. I, Distinguished le therrouml I Buried ia a Sew;rPROVIDEXPK. -TrtDc"-

    Entered fit the Post Office at Titusville as as well as pleasure connected within company. the Foundation of the New Catholic R. I" J. ""
    More moonshiners arrested i in the Uxercises Keenan and John O'P "&-
    Kentucky University and Take Part .OU1'ke ':
    Second-Class .l fRlter..t approaching of July celebration sewer construction for
    -Some of Those Present. t t e '
    would at least awaken a small amount of Charles Wall street banker, died street. Wt.-l't: burial alive atl h4i
    T. :
    s.rvKK Hone inch in space; 21 squares Wing, WASHINGTON, May 25.-The cornerstoneof morning; by a at 7.1\..... ...
    column. in all of citizens.A Thursday. I cavingwas bank
    make a merest our i of
    miles north of S&IId.
    two taken thad.eo
    the Catholic university out
    Fur: Etp al'raysenclosingatwo cent staw)). year ago we were debarred this privilege 1,084 cases. supreme j this city, was laid yesterday with imposing to his home. "Hourkeas bety'z

    -- ---- --- and from a scare of It attracted visitors from all but will re'I.1\"pr
    -- pleasure partly Charles Vedder, contractor, is missing ceremonies. Keenan I t
    THE STAR i- the OFFICIAL newspaper yellow fever and partly from lack of from Xenia, O. over the United States and Canada, many of Both men were burled out oat ems.

    for Ilrevanl--county.- ------- unanimity among our citizen This Montana yielded $-,000,000 of the "pre- I' the most distinguished prelates:: of the church O'Ho1lrk 1 ountJ. _wa__ fully two Inlnue.. 'If

    cious1' last year. : being present. Besides the clergy there were -
    ) THIS PAPER r.RowefrnmnAmlhU3NewSpaixr nn fllc at O year we have everything to encourageus Tom Carey who killed a Chinaman at Chicago also present many of the most prominent NOTES FROM CH NI
    Advertising Bureau ClOSpruce Sr. .whprP: dvertlanq and failure to make it decided ,
    i'E\V YOUK. a got 11fty Aimthrr ,
    contracts may Lc ulade for it 1V years. J\ FIoo l hUlUi-
    circulationof success will lay as a blame at the door of Logan port, Ind., has made several unsur- { II (, I Epidria: nt-Ulc."..,..
    The Star has the Largest A. Ieued
    I } J
    any paper on the East coast of Fin.t every citizen who docs not in ome cesssful attempts to find natural gas.: 'i4jlt::1'UJlt ,. I SAX FRANCISCO, May L
    :\hand Mrs. Robinson celebrated ,.. ...
    Joseph j
    meagre way, if not in a substantial one, .. ,"..i ", China says that the people from b
    their at Sabina, O. 'ffa tile L
    golden wedding I districts alon the Yellow
    CONVENTION. !i -tilt
    1. .
    give countenance to its support. At Philadelphia, Thursday, the butchers ; mRn: Ir'h couraged to emigrate, and ;&rt"",

    I TIlE Congressional Convention will beheld From a financial standpoint the had a great parade, followed by a barbecue. : A1t1! t :nU: ..vAS jJISI! U: will be provided by the< guvetp a
    at Orlando on the Hah day of hotels, restaurants: and store should encourage Ohio canal coinmessioners will sell 1,050 tm".iir'fi'mi1: 1nt ; r. [U"! I transportation. Work on :,.
    acres of canal land at from $S5 to >>30 per : : '1 in the river has not esSTf.?
    August, at 12 o'clock noon, to nominatea the different committees: not only ..L"=- 1:-;.;.i1: I pects of another big progr flood areimaJz

    candidate for Congress from the Second ty their donations to the fund, but acre.Mrs.. William Skinner was relieved of a disastrous conflagration ic

    ComrC' ional District of Florida. should attend the meetings and assist i seventy pound tumor Thursday at Findlay, IT WILL BE WHEN COMPLETED. II April 3, at Ohno m Yechizen. Sj- *

    ,. with their and council. Ohio. Catholic laymen of the country. At 4 houses in the town 1,8W were dasuJi4many
    presence Professor E. B. Elliott government actuary o'clock the ceremonies began in the midst ofa peopl lost their lift'S."I 7.*

    REDUCTION STATE TAX. Our annual gatherings bring not only in the treasury department, died at driving rain. Despite this upwards of five was! the ehmef officer of the i

    p GOVERNOR PERRY has ordered a reduction numbers of our river people but Washington. thousand people congregated in and about authorities Great apprehension that u felt ty tt.e

    of the State tax proper from strangers from neighboring town to- James H. Harris, Elihu White John C. j the foundation of the university, and with scourged by cholera Manilla or some will x tiL*
    and Thomas N. the : other
    Dancey Cooper are
    four mills to three mills. The school gether, and more or less money is necessarily North Carolina delegates at-large to the Chi- : uplifted umbrellas stood for two hours in the epidemic, as buffalo are dying bj "*

    l tax of one mill remains intact. This left in the town, besides the pri- cago convention. | rain while the ceremonies progressed. bands:: in the provinces.
    Cardinal Gibbons occupied the throne of
    will be a source great rejoicing to the vilege of meeting with them and show- Hon. John L. Geyer, of Paulding, 0., honor with President Cleveland his left. Our Chinese Minister cuts I
    comes out as a candidate for congress before on NEW YORK, May ix-Mr.
    people of our State. ing them the advantages of our beautiful Several members of Chit, T*
    the Sixth district convention which meets ,
    Horn, the ('him*** minster,
    Indian[ River country. June :iiJ at Detiance. the cabinet, witharttf

    j Tiff STATE CO..YJ7..XTIO..Y. From a pleasurable aspect of the at- John Hoy, Akron, 0., undertaker, has j taries secre-I sailed retanes arms
    las, Endicott on tb, !
    St. tractions of 4th of July celebration gone under financially, with only $15,000 i I
    The State Convention at Augustine a I', Postmaster General j mail std
    worth of cottius to relieve the grave pros- I
    t organized on Tuesday with John 11. Me our young ladies and gentlemen should pects for his creditors. i Dickinson occupied for Peru, I

    Kinne, of Jackson Co., as chairman.The I manifest:: an active interest in promotingits James C. Flood accompanied by Mrs. .tie.... seats to left.the About president's I afternoon. H.v1f

    anti-Mann delegation from Hernan- success, as it is a holiday and the Flood and Miss Jennie has left San Francisco : the cardinal were main there tome to
    for the east route for for The Chinese
    en Europe,
    do were reported favorably by the Committee cares and troubles of life are laid aside seated Archbishops nasa
    the benefit of his health. uulhonain, BJ
    "' Credentials and seated. for the time being by them and the John J. Williams, I s
    on : were In connection with the formation of the /j ,live here m. &
    f M. A. Corran, J. B. (
    Yesterday morning the first ballot for dance and sports are indulged in to their I Chicago gas trust, it has developed that the I IConsumers' I Salpointe W. 11. I I y I airs s palscn HaSj

    Governor resulted as follows : Fleming, fullest extent. Gas company issued fraudulently CARDINAL oiBBONa Elder, P. J. Ryan, / are of gotl ap>tr
    $ worth of bonds.
    1)1) ; Davis 72 ; liulloct, 871 ; Speer, 93: ; Let us all push aside our lethargy in President John Fitzgerald of the Irish i I John Ireland, Bishops H. P. Northrop, John CHANG TEN IIURN their covering |
    P. F. One of his robes would nuke the
    Moore, Alfred A, Curtis, bat g
    Bloxham, 19 ; Crawford, 2 ; blank, 4J. this matter, do away with petty strife National !league, has called a meeting of the John L. Spalding, C. P. Maes, Joseph Rade- dre-ts a Washington belle ever laid eye i

    choice 2)131: and and all make a anda council of the state executives of the league'' and he diamond
    Necessary to a jealousy, strong macher, Edward Fitzgerald, F. Janssen, sports a on his cap nk{|
    The second, third and fourth ballots long pull together, and such a crowdas to be held at Cleveland, 0., June Ii William :M. Wigger, R. Phelan, John J. time egg of a pigeon. He is learning lit

    i At Marion, 0., John Markey purchased a Keane, J. J. Kain, L. S. McMahon, Matthew and when he is not at his work be its
    showed a slight increase for Bullock, of never before visited Titusville will be forged note of Frank :Snyder. Now Markeyis Harkins, Richard Gilmonr, H. J. Richter, has a book ia his baud

    Marion county, and then the Convention with us in our grand and glorious 4th of ju-vt $I'-i** out and Snyder just that amount Martin Marty, Jeremiah O'Sullivan, StevenV. THE

    adjourned until the afternoon. The last July celebration. in-for the penitentiary, when they catch Ryan, Francis McNierney, Thomas Mc- INTERNATIONAL COY iGy'

    Yours him. Govern, J. P. :Machebeuf, Leo Haid, Bishop- Secretary<< Putnam of the hlililn
    ballot taken yesterday afternoon whichwas truly,
    Kentuckey distillers at Louisville assembled North to the
    I elect, of Carolina; presidents League Give His OpinlooWk.
    the seventh stood as follows : Fleming LIZA JANE. are considering means of curtailing the number of 2uO, and seminaries to the number NEW YORK, May 23.orgeHim& |

    117i; IXivisl52JKullock, 10U]; , 79 blank'Hi. Our Ciirls! -What Shall We Do ure: ll'.GOO,000 gallons for 'S8 and '89 is the bishops.A Copyright league, ha examinedthspieonmin

    ; With Them I limit. number of distinguished invited guests, opposition to the mUrnational I-,,.',,
    Convention then adjourned until 1\ DEAR MR. EDITOR -I think "Angeli- "Dera/oiswas a-flyin' in de air" duringan among them Messrs. Caldwell, Gen. Rose- bill which is being circulated thrcnjVrti

    o'clock in the evening. anti-local-option victory jollification at crans, ex-Speaker S. J. Randall, Assistant country for signatures and has seat to i j

    Thus it will be seen that Fleming olDuval cus" has a great amount of self assuranceor Sommerville, 0., and Sam Pierson was Attorney General Montgomery Second As- Tribune a copy of the ititca wok sacmentary

    ( conceit) when she says, "We single badly cut by getting in the way of one o( sistant Postmaster General Knott, Eugene upon it, taking up all tba tipass j
    and Bullock, of Marion, are the them. of New York also The
    girls are well disposed." It infers Kelly, were present. presented and dealing with then 0 tie
    leaders for the Gubernatorial nomination. pretty Grand jury at Flemingsburg, Ky., demands only covering that protected the distin- order.

    We.-t Florida, as yet, is making no effort that, because: a woman is unfortunate the books of the Adams express agent guished gathering from the downpouringrain He characterizes as an absurdity tilt r;

    enough to lose her husband, she has no that they may learn the amount of whisky was a thin canvass awning: and the ment that the price of boots in ta. Eqfa j
    "11. to capture the nomination. shipped into that rain sifted it seive.
    prohibition county. through aa through a language by foreign authors .oW.lln
    chance not
    or ought to marry again, or
    -- Agent refined and was given twelve hoursto The president and cardinal sat during the creased from 100 to 500 per cent; kt aae:;
    PUBLIC HEALTH. even think of marrying again. That obey or go to jail. ceremonies with uncovered heads, an at- understand how international ecfTnp

    Ix order to impress upon the rule may be laid down by our friend for "Relatively speaking," said Thomas tendant holding an umbrella over them. would give a few publishers mflcopiif i

    proper some, but as I have been a widow for a Leach of Waverly, when snatched up by organized None of the clergy wore vestments, but instead publishing the work of foreign icfcn1 '1
    of the different
    authorities counties
    thenecessity justice for cribbing his uncle's horse, overcoats and gossamers. Under such denies that the bill would "d cra::

    of taking steps:; to prevent the few year*, and have no children, I guess "this is a family matter." But in the mutable impropitious circumstances the corner against the American people in tin.

    introduction and spreading of yellow fe- I have as good a right to think of marry- nature of human affairs he missed his stone of the great Catholic university laid. foreigners in this country by allo, ajsp

    ing again as "Angelicus" has. To back calculations and will settle with the state of Cardinal Gibbons called the bedraggled right on translations into EnjMof nI
    ver or any other contagious or infectious Ohio crowd to order in a few words, in which he in foreign languages," or that the biD s'

    disease in the State, as well as to give to my chance, I may tell you I am young, returned thanks to -- "discriminate against American bootee

    the public timely notice if:such: a disaster prepossessing, considered well educated, A RAPIST FLOGGED God for the bright and newsdealers and book maaufactsnri-:

    and have an account at my Jacksonvillebanker's IJy an UiidUgultieil Mob at Ilaruesville, prospects with favor of foreigners by allowing twfl"
    should the Governor has issued
    occur, work printed aadpasa*
    which the univer- of
    4 a copyright
    Ohio-He It Returned to Jail.
    the following circular letter to the County of a few thousands. Therefore. BAHXESVILLE 20. Bob sity started. He v r abroad to be sent direct to the cosass j
    May Gibson
    Commissioners; and Boards of Health I have as much right to look for another then introduced t this country." ,
    a hideous looking colored man of this "'I1iit
    place, bill
    of He does not believe that the j
    Bishop Spalding
    husband a; anyone else. All I want i ia is
    of each to-wit arrested
    county, : was Thursday afternoon on the Peoria, Ill, the ora- operate against the intern* of i.
    EXECUTIVE OFFICE, ) good, sober, steady husband-one that charge of debauching little Minnie Jeffries, tor of the day. He s authors by bringing them into fpetition cs
    don't drink visit saloons fill a white child, only five years old. He had of f.l"42.:
    TALLAHASSEE. May 22, 1SSS. ; gamble, nor delivered a mOat with the great mass
    the house from till enticed the little one into an out house in the finished rat ion, thor in the copyright of their or Gin
    To the Hoards of 1Ii'alt ft and County Com- morning night rear of the First National bank, where he which received contracts with publishes'i

    fy Cuinmwloncf of the wrcrnl counties: the vile odor of tobacco. I have not yet was discovered by the attaches of the bank with much was enthusiasm. f y making

    (.u\mx-The existing health legislation found what I require, but I hope to do taking the most shocking liberties with her He dwelt up- I NOTHING TO FEAR.

    (Chapter 3fi03: Laws of Florida so, for "I live in hope, if I die in person.Tho child, who is the daughter of Frank on the beaty and A Statement That the rope mD J.&IP
    strength of repubMART O. CALDWELL .
    Pamphlet Acts of 1SS, page 43.: ) enacted despair." Jeffries, a respectful citizen of this place, lican terferelnlrUhPolltto.BOSTON .
    government, as affording a nearer tkl
    ap- foDo
    upon the principle of local control of local I will admit it is very rare fora woman was induced to accompany the scoundrel by proach to ideal liberty than all others. He May 25.-The from W ;JJ
    the promise of five cents. The has been
    affairs; not with children and no to case was reported paid a glowing tribute to science, and said it gram
    : though perhaps 3S conveniently money get a to the police, who arrested the lustful special Roman correspondent:
    handmaid of
    effective :would be a system husband, but that is not my case, for I wretch in a thicket a short distance from was complimented a most religion.highly Miss In closing Mary G.he "Roll. Iil""

    the power in :State Board, does possess the one (money) without the town whither he had fled shortly after be- Wendolen Caldwell, who started the move- ''To11'. John Boyle O'Keillr !'"i'
    ing discovered in his awful been fICI
    other encumbrances children crime, and ment to found the university and contributed "Archbishop WaLh has r>>
    beyond question, vest in you ample power ( ), which, brought to the lockup here not a bit too audience by the pops
    ;300,000 which formed the nucleus of the day in private ,.
    and impose: upon you the imperative as everyone knows, is a great draw-back soon, however, as a large number of citizenswere present fund. audience lasted ninety ininat&DJ ,

    duty of protecting the public health in to a widow, for it is an established fact hunting for him, and if he had fallen At the conclusion of Bishop Spalding's satisfactory. The Irish cause nut I
    into their hands he would intet
    counties- that widows much undoubtedly have address;, Bishop Keare of Richmond the fear from Leo XIIL Papal
    your respective some pay more at- been summarily dealt with. AU :
    is thellp
    I have confidence in tention to the first husband's children At 11:15 rector of the uni politics
    your capacity to :: Thursday night a crowd of un- to the contrary+ y

    discreetly exercise the power and in your than is pleasant for the !second husband, disguised citizens overpowered the guard at papal versity brief, read, accom-the of malicious enemies, of a p1
    the the bars
    lockup were battered
    honest to who is frequently married for convenience. and exaggerations and gratuitousof ftj
    purpose faithfully dischargethe Gibson was taken out amid the deafening panying a gold rescript. Arc hb

    duty, and if I rightly judge you, This is decidedly wrong, and I shouts of the mob escorted to a field a short medal sent by Pope leaves the for papal Ireland this week.him The.a.m.y
    there is no fear that anything will be left should strongly advise men-who wanta distance west of town, where his fate was I Caldwell XIII to Miss a special mark of honor by 1
    put to vote. The proposition to hang him as express- Algerian audjeDCl,
    undone necessary to proper sanitation neat and comfortable home-not to was voted down. It was then proposed to Ing his holiness' appreciation presence" at the

    ;: and cleanliness:: and to the prevention of marry a widow with children. emasculate him, but this failed to carry, :;;,,., of her row. -

    ;, the ingress and spread of contagious and Single girls may have better chance when the one to give him a flogging was de- munificent act. The A Terrific expl ploa1o,
    medal is of -An )
    cided upon. The wretch was then stripped purest PARIS, May I d ,
    : infectious diseases within your respective than us widows, but when we have and given an unmerciful beating, after gold, about two yesterday at Merlofs fire .or Of- t1JS

    jurisdictions. I rely upon your zeal and money as well and no children, I claim which he was escorted back to town and ., ::4 t inches in diameter, ridge factory in the suburb ki1J I'"

    in this that have turned over to the authorities. The excitement struck at the beginning destroyed seven buildinPart
    fidelity most:: important matter. single girls no chance wherewe 1 ,;
    l is at a high pitch. What the outcomewill i/ of the year workmen. Twenty t
    To the end that the true condition of are."Angelicus". be cannot be stated. 1SS6 by order of the Searching parties are atilt b' kixI mjlt1
    is too full of self-conceit ((1 tb
    the health in everyone of your counties 1L pope, in.commemoration ruins for bodies of dead _
    and she will find that there '
    1 0 are not \ of the
    may at all times be known, and as muchas Worth Kium-iiiar. eighth
    y men about-with or without BISUOP KEANE.. year of his pontifi- Decatur, laA: "They burl *

    possible, our State be saved from the orange grove Mr. W. H. :Morgan merchant, Lake cate. The face of the medal contains a at dead of night." attended jffl?*

    injury that results from false rumors and I enclose my card, in confidence, and City, Fla., was taken with a severe Cold splendid profile of the pope himself, with the I band and son. Th. relate* th' y
    groundless panics urgently request that am not ashamed to say I inscription of his name and the year of his Mrs. John RnTpr.. are DJ tlfrf
    each Board of Health amA atttended with a distressing: Cough and pontificate. The I I
    regularly report to WIDOW.Indian reverse side represents the that she died very audd Y UICb p"
    this office semi-monthly, the true condition Ui.erIay 2Jth. 0. running into Consumption in its first genius of history, lifted aloft by the angelsof I Sunday, and was hurried

    of the health of its county, and incase -, .. I stage He tried many so-called popular the Lord, with an inscription commemorating !,I midnight of the sam a/-- AD ma
    of the ofIi I the opening of tho archives of
    breaking out the ,
    contag is made. ;
    Renews! Her Vouth. cough remedies and steadily I Vatican I being:
    grew worse. to the
    ious or infectious disease, that 'report beat I historical researches of the Sadie X 001, a beantifald.dsP'I'
    I Ihs
    Mrs. Phcebe Cheney Peterson AVas reduced in flesh had I scholars of the world. This .
    once made in order that the Executive Clay ditllculty in was presented left home, see .
    Ky., girl,
    I to Miss
    may, with all the power of his office, cO-I Co., Iowa, tell the following remarkable breathing and wa unable to sleep. Fi- I placed it Caldwell about her, by Cardinal Gibbons who purchase a spring hat, &Del o tJtI mmv'

    operate with and aid the local authoritiesin tory, the truth of which is vouched for nally tried Dr. King's New The neck. lost in admiration or wme acCi1lP'
    Discoveryfor I I
    corner stone SbI
    such action the I by the residents of the town : "I am 73: n was then laid by tho cardinal Pending the rea111t 1 r..
    as exigencies may de- Consumption and found immediate copies of the local I state. mP '"
    old have been troubled with kidney papers, current conta Ml
    mand. Yours respectfully i! year com the decree for her, lady readers
    I of the
    complaint<.1 lamene-s:: for many relief, and after wing: about a half dozen third plenary council, chase of spring hats are
    i EA.. PERRY. ,, being placed under it. This
    I years ; could not dress myself without !I i bottles found himself well and has had the inauguration of what is completed I by the awful wanunS- J1iI1I 11
    help. Now I am free from all pain and. founders designed by its I Terre Haute, Ind., .
    no return of the disease. No other to be the greatest At oliblI
    seat of
    -Died, at the residence of \Irs. A. M. and able to do all rem- religious thulaep
    soreness, am my own learning in the western mon wasBrown sleepin: ...
    Wesson, on Monday morning, Mabel hou-ework. I owe my thank to Electric edy can show so grand a record of curesas While the bishops and hemisphere.a few I the girl be lO :aUtf1I (I

    Harbour grand-child of )fro:. Wc:: on, Bitters for having renewed my youth, Dr. King's Xew Discovery for Con- guest wer dining with speciall the cardinal f inVIted I for unknown clime4 -' :. ,app trktda

    after a brief illness of several days, from removed completely all disease and pain." sumption. Guaranteed to do just whatis I at Dr. Chapelle's the following cablegrams, in I handsome man.aDd kiJ bJid' ._

    dysentery. The burial was at LaGrange Try a bottle, 5< c.and 1 at all drugstores I claimed for it. Trial bottle free at Latin, was received from the pope iam had nailed mho _" y tbt
    tb+ 1 -
    i cemetery on Tuesday afternoon. in Titusville:: and on Indian River Dixon & Benson's Drug Store, Titusville. I "The pontiff offers his hearty congratula- I slumbered.faster after On it li broke be I ,

    !+nM -
    catch up with this


    --- -- -
    = -= I
    has fallen, who has been weak and deserted. Two weeds ago a stranger called at the i

    PRESBYTERIAN! SI1IBLYTHE i Then let us close up our ranks and prepare :, THE POSTAL TELEGILPJI.II! Starkey residence, represented that his name i

    for the battle of to-morrow. This is what 'I I was Milroy, and said he wanted to hire a. '

    we have been doing for 300 years. Our progress I small girl to do light housework. The OY4
    CHURCHES in those centuries have been marked Starkey girl was permitted to go with him, '

    MEET !N CONFERENCE. I by the scaffold and stake and when we look BLANKS AMONG THE KNIGHTS, I he representing that his home was near the

    --- back upon our blood-stained track, we can I II I city. When two miles in the country, the

    mark our in the churches and fellow brutally outraged the girl It Wa3impos.iLle ,. .
    \'IHlemy of Music and progress To 1'resentetl to the Public, as )leansof i ROYAL .w.w."astui'
    hpllade.p.lortic: schools left behind; and we will still go on to arrest the villain, although the fyct/r

    .d!-ural Hall Tilled to Oierflowfltft enlightening and progressing." ; Learning the Opinion of the People.A I officers scoured the country. Thursday the

    ttt Some of Those Present. j "Pr Lytrianism and Biblical Scholar- j Proposed Railroad Deal-GeneralShoridan'n girl recognized; her assailant in the person of

    11Ig-.I' I the of Howard I Gilham, who is a farmer, and at the time
    IltM"'rn ship, was subject Crosby, Condition-Other Notts.
    ,'lind a !
    .. < 1t
    lied D.D. LL.D. of New York He devoted was driving through the city. The mother !
    : \. May :;.',.-Thd> first two of'useetings : city. XEW YORK, May :!!-The:\ World has the
    PI: : considerable time to speaking of the scholar of the girl picked him out of a large ,

    tbHIt ""at of thu l'ie-hvtfrian : ship of Presbyterian ministers and the neces following: special from Washington: : General I crowd at the preliminary hearing. He is in

    general assembly | city of all good Presbyterians sticking closato Master Workman Powderly has ad-I jail.

    J. 'i t. was belt in the '! the Bible. He denounced in the highest dressed a letter to the chairman of the The Transcontinental :ation.

    J :', Academy of Music i ift i terms the revising of the Bible, and said. ; sub-committee on telegraphs, on the subjectof I SAN FR.XCISCOIay:: -t .After a three

    1 and liorticulturaj "The Presbyterian church on the side of its the postal telegraph bills" now before the I day session the Transcontinental association -

    hall. Both buildings Redeemer, and woe on him who would add ;. hou<=e. Mr. Powderly states that about a has adjourned to meet at St. Paul June

    ;;;...:/ were crowded to or take away from the Holy Book! of God. :' million Knights of Labor inside of four 1;>. The time was devoted to the discussionof

    "' \' and stinting; room I weeks last! winter, signed; petition in favor ;i the decision in the interstate commerce :
    of a >ostal telegraph! system, and had he I
    } [ from the Martin
    \ was: at a premium. ki
    dw J.
    'fu" ; known that the subject would not have been i & Company, of Denver, of undue discrimination -
    Promptly at 10 '
    1 : acted ujxjn earlier, he could have procured against one of the roads of the l1S. ('la-

    : :A o'clock the1l1 tilli.awere ;; five million signatures of knights and citi- j tion. No decision was reached, and it was
    caller, to order ir r zens. agreed to wait until a complete copy of the

    "\' -..:.? !LY )lo.l rotor I.ev. Mr. Powderly says the number of peti- I ruling in the case could be had. i

    :W ; J. J. l'ullock, D 1>. tionprs is: so immensely large that the people pw
    ::t : want to see the establishment of postal Took Her Child to Ile.tth.
    f.f in the I
    ;. academy,
    cz \ telegraph in opposition: to the present mo- FORT WA\XE, Ind., May :!t>.-Mrs. George:
    t i.\ and Rev CharlesL.
    I I nopoly. lIe is preparing another blank to be !i Reed, Nappannee, Elkhart county, took

    Thompson, I). sent out during the coming month to Knightsof her three months old child in her arms and Absolutely Puree

    EB. CIa!. L. xnoiiPsON. D. in the Horticul- Labor. It will also be presented to citizens jumped into a welL Both were drowned.She .
    Tins 'f.t..r n vcr varies A m,'\< 1 of |
    who are not members of the order I left a note saying that she was tired of ) .
    tural ball i regardless : strength antt hole...>iii. m -I'I, I. d. nd
    The immense Academy of Music, with its of party preferences. By means of living and would take her child with her to than lh>' .'uuuaij <'.IIII..t it &

    this document. Powderly it will be rest.l3Uer was twenty-three. lonip. titn'U with tin' iiiiiitittiitt, : i't 1 i- v ti -i
    capacity of over 3,00, was! jammed says ,
    seating ,
    ; "d.! -v.l
    --- ---- ---- wt-iflht. alum 'r j 1'hp' .t r- :
    inch of possible to learn the views of people in every .... \
    to suffocation and every standingroom THE FIFTIETH CONGRESS. means. Rural U.kl1ll1"lh'r! I. I"1'
    congressional district in the United States."I New York'
    occupied by a struggling; ; mass of
    wish to learn," Mr. Powderly adds, "if Pri'roediiisjs of the Legislature for the

    it is possible! to have the question brought One Hundred and EIghth Day. Geo. B.

    before the house this session. If it is not The senate was not in session.In : .

    possible, I would ask! why it is not, in orderto the house tariff speeches were deliveredby A FULL LINK OF

    be in a position to give to our inquiring )Ic.*rs. Reed, of Maine, and Carlisle, of ,

    REV. HOWARD CROSBY D. D. members and otl.i : -. a satisfactory reason for I Kentucky, and the general debate of the GENTS' FURNISHING
    The first requisite in him who would the "
    peruse delay.
    tariff bill closed. Sevt'r111'eto
    I messages
    I and study it is reverence." He w as enthu :
    An Alleged Scheme. private pension bills were received before': "- f t ':' "'; '.,- ......
    siastically cheered, and the meeting closed '
    with WASHINGTON: May Respecting the I adjournment. 7 :
    Mrs. Cleveland occupied a box in the I alleged: scheme to sransfer the Philadelphia One Hundred and Ninth Day. '.' iiI
    division of the Baltimore & Ohio railway to f/ >1 \ ;
    balcony in company with the family of Dr. In the house the senate amendments to the .. ',
    Wood, with whom she is stopping. GeorgeW. the Pennsylvania railway, Maj. Joseph G. pension appropriation bill were non-concur ,: j : : :

    Childs and other well known Philadelphians Pangborn, late of the Baltimore & Ohio red in and a conference ordered. A resolu ''')

    EOttTICCLTURAL ACADEMY OF paid their respects to her during the company, is quoted by the Baltimore Sun as tion wns adopted directing the committee on I 1 i \ :::1 /\'Ij' lt' Wt
    I saying that there is no doubt that a deal has ,' I tA
    MUSIC morning. merchant marine and fisheries to investigate I
    been arranged contemplating: the trouble to ;j \ \ ; ; "
    the fur and seal fisheries in Alaska. '
    anxious to have in the first
    bumanity, a part
    MEXICAN PEONS. the Pennsylvania Railway of the j
    reunion of the two great bodies of the Presbyterian Philadelphia division of the company Baltimore &; Mr. Dalzell, of Pennsylvania, called atten- \ !: /
    Their in tion to certain alterations in the record made
    church in America since the division Atrocious! Treatment Country Districts '
    Ohio The consideration the articles
    of ( by Mr. Scott, of Pennsylvania. A few unimportant ): \ j'
    more than a quarter a century Nothing Less Than Slavery. being that the Pennsylvania ;. ,
    i say company : 'rl'
    bills introduced. Consideration
    CITY OF MEXICO, May 26.-The Pabellon become responsible for the interest on the were -- JJdJifu
    age.In of Music the Rev. J. J. of the diplomatic and consular appropriation : : r
    the Academy National newspaper has been exposing: the loan of ;s H ,G 10,000 by which the Philadelphia. --
    Bullock, D.D., moderator of tho Southern ill treatment to w hich agricultural laborers on division was constructed. According to bill was defeated by the friends of a

    General assembly, haciendas in remote of the bill to create a department of agriculture, RCSS'HIRTs
    parts country are Maj. Pan;born, the negotiations were made ,
    and seated It that in districts of which was passed 232 to 13. The diplomatic i
    presided, subjected. says some headed Drexel "NOa
    I by a syndicate by Pierrpont ,
    with him on the the state of Chiapas the natives use their of Drexel, Morgan &; Company.Mr. bill was then passed, after which the Districtof FINE. LINEN c

    platform were Rev. natural dress, that is to say, what nature :! Pangborn thinks the deal would be Columbia appropriation bill was passed, Ol RS"i ;,
    f and the house at (; o'clock adjourned.In .
    Wm. H. Roberts them Thus
    gave an. nothing more. they disastrous to the Baltimore & Ohio companyand I
    D.D. stated clerk of t found on the roads, thus they serve on the doubts if it will receive the approval of the senate a bill was passed appropriating -e _

    the Northern General haciendas, and thus they show themselves in the board of directors. :Mr.: Pangborn says $17,500 to make the Smithsonian insti- trNnOlunT E VLIiE0.

    assembly; ltev. I the towns. It even appears that they are the suggestion of President Spencer to the tution fire proof, for the conditional recep-

    Joseph T. Smith, ignorant of the existance of hats, since they board of directors, to make a tour of inspec- tion of certain medfaval armor of great in' is js
    D.D. of Baltimore I the head. value. A resolution was agreed to directingthe E
    never cover tion the division
    ex-moderator of the I These wretched peons hire themselves out time next over month Philadelphia, had been suggested to some him committee on military affairs to report I resit GnrclcMi -

    Northern assembly;' '' I as! beasts of burden whosoever;: desires to influential directors. He intimated some amendment to the enlistment laws to :old at I'liilatlclpliia lU-tail Prices.
    by some
    Ilev.James McCosh,| lease them. The wages are1 per month. that this was to be regarded as a proofof prevent the enlistment, in time of peace, of make special orders and price>

    D.D., president of The obligation of the Indian draught animalis married men without the consent of their N
    : existing: :; resistance to the proposed deal. parties wantillg.t'.1.:
    Princeton college; to fetch and carry on his back the load President Spencer says there is no truthin wives. The calendar was taken up and several ill bulk. Ii'iibno."T

    Rev. John Hall, committed to him whatever may be the dis- the bills passed. The senate bill for the I
    story. erection of postofllce buildings in towns I Geo. B. Rumnh.I'J
    D.D., of New York; JAMES M'cosil. tance. Still more, they are sub-rented I
    Hr. Charles H. Stoddard, editor of the New out the right of receiving; any With-I Phil. SheridanV Condition. where the receipts for three years preceding Titnsvilks:

    York Observer, and many others payment. As the poor indian is WASHINGTON, :May 23.-It can be authoritatively have exceeded $3,000 annually wast. aken up --- -- -
    The stated that Gen. Sheridan's condition and considered, but, without reaching a MA \n.\n << "
    great audience was apparently made to discharge:: the debt which he has incurred CHJAK i .\(

    cp>> in equal proportion from representativesof through the amount of $25 usually advancedto is much more serious than members of vote, the senate at 3 p. m. adjourned.One .

    the two assemblies him, he is always a serf. If ho dies, his I his family have heretofore seen fit to ac Hundred and Tenth 19. C. StartK, '

    and whcnRev. children must work out his obligation. knowledge. He was unconscious all of :Mon Day.
    In the senate a. conference committee was Manufacturer of line Havana
    Dr. Bullock was in- Many hacieiidadoa of Tobasco are subrentersof I day night, and a priest was at his bedside :
    ordered on the pension appropriation hill. imMic I : Cigars. Tradeupplud
    traduced as presiding these Indians. : most of the time. Why relatives of the
    : Bills were passed appropriating :$7SOOO, for a hand] tiuuleroOds. < )rdcrs
    officer there The Pabellon National suggests as a. rem- patient has seen fit to so positively deny that : promptly
    I he ill is to friendsof public building! at Zanesville, 0., and $25- Factory Malabar.. Fla.
    were thunders of ajv- edy for this shockJng state of affairs that was seriously a mystery ;
    I 000 for a public building at Bar Harbor, Me.
    -- -
    He there be passed severe laws which must de- the family.
    plause. was -
    preseated By a vote of 28 to 27 the senate decided not
    The following bulletin was issued from the
    their Federal I Budded Trees For
    by Dr.Smith, pend for application on the MOO
    to consider the fisheries in
    headquarters this afternoon: "Thegeneral treaty open toes ,
    ex-moderator of the authorities working in co-operation: the army
    is not so well. In fact he has lost sion, :Mr. Hale voting with the Democrats
    Northern assembly local authorities. It is sanguine that, when At Lou 'lice..
    against Riddleberger's resolution. The house
    about what he
    and when Dr. Smith the peon beasts of burden find out that the 1 gained Thursday. in '
    To prevent accident there has been a department: of labor bill was considered and 60,000
    them will themselves :
    said in welcomingthe law is protecting they place -
    1 southern guestsDR. under it and make known the abuses i physician constantly in attendance since passed, and at 6 p. m. the senate adjourned. I .Apply to W. H. :-H.\: 1:1'1-: :,
    In the house the convict labor bill
    Tuesday, while Dr. O'Reilly visits him sev- was! '
    j. T BMmi. that the audience which they suffer.ANOTHER. City
    eral times a day. His serious attack on called up and discussed until 5 p. m., when
    should remember that the members of both -- - --
    WHITE CAP RAID. Monday evening; was due to heart failure. the previous question was ordered on the engrossing -
    these assembles Presbyteriausabove NAtTMAN: s
    great were and third reading. The house ad-

    all things, and that the brethren from Two Men hipped Cnmert'ifnlly-Citlzeus I Will In\estimate. journed leaving the measure the unfinished
    the south had crossed Mason and Dixon's WASHINGTON :Chairman Belmont NEWSPAPER SUBSCRIPTION
    May -
    Organi/lng for Protection. I business, and without a day except what it

    line almost without knowing where the division LEA VEX WORTH, Ind., May 28.-The quiet-i of the committee on foreign affairs, COIl get from a special order.

    was, there was another round of enthusiastic tide of our county was overthrown by afresh intends introducing a resolution in the house I TIII: IO\IIK .\(; I::\(

    applause. authorizing and directing his committee to One Hundred and :Eleventh Day.
    White Cap raid Tuesday night. Two
    They were of the name ancestry, tho same of the leading citizens of Bogard's: Fork, this investigate the circumstances of the imprisonment In the senate amendments were reported I For terms and .sample, copies ;

    faith, the same glorious history. Then the county, were taken out and whipped. The of John Currant Kent, an American to the bill to define the routes of steam railroads I CH.\ 11. X.I'LJIaUlVef \

    5,000 people rose aud sang "Praise God, marauders, on horseback, clothed with the I citizen, who was recently convicted of a In the district. A number of bills were

    Prom Whom All Blessings flow." Dr. Bullock usual regalias, proceeded to the house of dynamite conspiracy at London, and sentenced reported and placed on the calendar. ,Ir. I P. O., Hrevard county.

    < as: the representative of the Southern Jacob Strice and dragged him- from his bed | to imprisonment. The American con- McPherson introduced a joint resolution

    assembly, made a brief but eloquent ad- and led him to a tree, and proceeded to beat sul general at London says the American providing for medals to the officers and en-

    dress, cordially reciprocated the fraternal him unmercifully, he being surrounded by citizenship of Kent was not shown in the listed men for three months' service in 1&61. St Lucie House

    sentiments of the brethren from the north, his pleading wife and terror-stricken chil- trial, and that the conviction was in direct A short executive session was held, and at

    and said that whatever might; be the final dren. They charged him with being too intimate I conflict with the charge of the court. 1:30 p. in., on motion of Mr. Spooner, the

    dkposition of the question of organic union, with a neighbor's wife. senate adjourned to permit senators to at- i INDIAN RIVER -
    Favor! the Russian Torpedo. ,
    there was no feeling of alienation or prejudice tend the funeral of Senator Sawyer's wife. j
    They the>went" to the house of Salem Mc-d j
    or want of faith in the doctrines of WASHINGTON, May 2S.-Col. Ellis made an In
    the house unimportant senate bills were I
    Kain and broke down his door. They I
    their sister Then was no obstacle gave argument upon the merits of a Russian tor-
    assembly. him 150 lashes with hickory switches. His passed, and the postoffice appropriation bill j I Having been refurnished I i-> now

    that he knew to fraternity and fellow offense was not providing for his family. pedo before the sub-committee of the in house the I taken up and eonsidered until 5 p. m., when for guests under the mau3 (
    committee on appropriations engaged
    the house adjourned. i of its old and
    ship.Dr. After calling on a number of citizens : proprietor
    of the fortification
    Bullock introduced the first speaker, preparations appropriation i
    and ordering them to circulate the news I, '. t owner.
    Rv. Theodore Cuyler, D.D., of Brooklyn. hill. One Hnndred and Twelfth Day. i
    Dr. Cuyler spoke of "the of their outrages they mysteriously disappeared Representative Tracy, of New York, also \ In the senate a bill was reported favorably J >

    history of the Presbyterian I I addressed the committee, asking for a. liberal appropriating: ?.,UOO for the relief of William | Ja.s.t. Paine, J-
    Both men are in a critical condition. Great i for the extension of the
    T. Crump, formerly steward at the White
    church. lie said- i Iimprovements ;j :-: Lucie, .
    excitement prevails throughout the countyover of the Watervleit N. Y. arsenal He wants
    "This is not the first; cen- House, who is said to have been permanently i I -----
    these repeated outrages, and a. reign of I i made that the arsenal
    tennial of Presbyterian- I so can I injured in health by his long continued at- jitsTizirs si LI:.
    Good citizens contemplating i
    terror prevails. are manufacture twelve-inch rifle !
    Ism. Its guns.Bond tendance upon President Garfield. :Mr.
    conception was j
    organizing into a band for their \ Notice is hereby) given that under
    seventeen centuries I Stewart, of Nevada, spoke on his resolution! I
    ago, protection. A petition will be made to the OtferID&I" I virtue of a final decree of !sale and .
    during the period of WASHINGTON 2H.Bonds to to so amend the constitution that a majority
    I governor for protection to the law-abiding May offering II ure rendered by the Honorable .
    Paul Five of the two houses enact a law over thepresident's
    later may
    years : citizens. Women and children are ter the government to-day: $50,000, coupons, BruonaJtulgc'uf the circuit court

    Augustine defended our f f ror-stricken. The situation in our county fours, at 12S; S'-ST.oOu, registered fours, at veto. The conference report on Seventh Judicial circuit of the

    doctrine and estat1ish"-race; John I rivals the Bald Knob excitement of Mis- prices from 127 3-4 to 128; $190oOv), registered i i thepensioa bill was agreed to. An executive jI j' Florida on May 20th, \. I,. ll--sis; in

    Calvin it TUEO. L. CUTLER. souri.I fours-and-one-half, at prices from 108 j|1 session was ordered, and at 4:20 p. m. the : tain cause in chancery therein {,,'

    with strength. Then the Scotch took our religion to 103 12. senate adjourn | the circuit of Jlrevard
    and if it had not been for those many I Date of Maxwell's' :Execution Not amed.I In the house! a. hill was passed appropri-I i court county
    circuit aforesaid} wherein
    A moody Tragedy In Chicago. : the : Harry !
    ating S SOOOO for a public building at Paterson j
    martyrs of Scotch blood would have lost
    it Missouri
    20. The
    ST. Louis, May supreme .
    is and Jefferson
    CHICAGO, May 26.-At the Hotel Flor- complainant Cuyler
    I N. J. also IOOUOO for
    bold Miss.
    in the ; Vicksburg, \
    Henry of the
    country of its adoptiou. court Monday received the mandate
    in Pullman afternoon James I I fendant I master in chancery
    i| once yesterday The bill ; as :
    the third I postoffice appropriation was then ,
    went the scaffold for it. Presoyterianism in the of
    on United States court case '
    supreme :\
    Dobie shot his wife four times with a pistol, : taken and The for cash to the highest: bidder on
    has shed its instructive bright : M. Brooks, alias Maxwell, the Englishman up passed. legislative appro- :
    light Hugh inflicting mortal wounds. Dobie formerly priation bill and the marine conference bill July 2nd, .\. I). l-\: I*, the !same '
    on the dark side of all other religions. i convicted of the sensational Southern | worked in the car shops at Pullman, hut left was The conference the first Monday in the month in front
    Dr. Cuyler continued at some length, and : hotel murder. Court adjourned without 1 passed. report on ( .
    to 1 town at Christmas, and his wife who was pension bill was agreed to. A resolutionwas cunrthuu.e- door in Tilu:>ville,
    concluding statistics It will .
    gave interesting on : fixing the date for the execution.
    employed in the Hotel Florence, had not (county, Florida, between the legal
    the June when the adopted authorizing an inquiry into theca
    of 4
    membership the church during until
    : : not convene again; ,
    heard from him until afternoon all the iescrit-ed
    last yesterday e of John Curten Kent, an American citi- Itfoall' following (
    century, and beseeching the congregation : : date for the execution will be uanud and i .
    when he open the door of her room and en- tate tl-wit : All those certain lots !
    in British At 5 ,
    ten: imprisoned: a jail
    ti m. ,
    say: "I was a Presbyterian and I the mandate forwarded to the sheriff of this p.
    aJn a tered, saying: "I've come to see you again. the house adjourned. lyins and being in the county of !
    Presbyterian. much affected when he
    Rev city. Maxwell was Mrs. Dobie arose from her chair with the i i and State of Florida and descrilieil ;

    turl' cf, Dr. Witherspoou' spoke on the "Fu- ; was informed that the state court could in a :. remark, "I'm sorry, for you have done Dan McCarthy, of California, has sold to j lows, tO-wit : Known- (per plan of
    tine Church "Calvinism and Re- of his forever. His
    i I few days dispose case nothing to support me, and I wish you wouldgo Los Angeles parties the trotter Hidalgo for '! llivei City :ootil"lm U-ing; recorded

    ., ligious LiLerty"t'a I transatlantic friends are working hard on away and not annoy me." At this he I :;.(.ouu.I clerk'"ffice at Titiisville, ttrevanl: '
    the subject discussedby &'Crt tm'avard, Minister Phelps, Minister locked the door and drew revolver at the
    a I
    Hon. William C. P. !I West aiVi Governor Morehoa A balfi Wallace Ross thinks he can beat any <: Flo-ida! as west half of lot manlier

    1' M. C. of are in circulation in same time pushing her down into the chair sculler in the ('OuntTin a six-Jay race ou ((7)), number twenty-three I liJt, aiul 1.
    Breckemidge, i dozen different petition 1
    Four shots fired
    and began firing. were unit 1.
    ber ((27)) -lug a
    I rowing: bicycles.l'oeahontas twenty-se\en ;
    Lexington, Ky., and this C tlm: the sigu.iurt$ are a few.
    one of them striking her. Dobie wascaught ...
    of the
    (t', I ------ every the northeast quarter
    < his remarks called forth -- record 2:17%, i.i 29 years old!. \j
    as he carne out of the room and of section :;:'it t ,
    thirty-three +
    l"ru'rt.u. iter
    long and frequent} \ l.uiserou She has ne\er ha'1a foal. RoKrt Conner, I I i
    turned the Dobie has always
    over to police. -
    south of ,
    '' bursts of applause. H. Life InsuniiKv:: :Agent t .m- who owns far, pal i ;:"iUW, fur her. twenty-four ((211 I range
    been highly:: esteeemel in Pullman It Witness hand antit
    poke at great l..w"t1tof parr l'a' never failed tpay a single; claim, is not believe? ,l she can possibly survive.A Dominick McCafTivy says Juke Ililraiatveirlix olst(it>) east.of A. my!>. It+"'s.
    the fight for rA;:tons and"when you consider: that one-sixth of our k5l) uuuds. KiLratn! an.llton i day May, ,
    i .
    '' die Villain llecocuired. ,t WALTEH S. :.% i
    liberty and the uuvauceE&ECKEXRiDCa holders ('Yt'ryror you-
    \:::i H;ht for the American championship
    and tprealof Calvin : 1.t.tl1mmy die! Really, I cant DEI.PHI, Ind., May 20-Alfred Gilham is Master in .. :
    ._ America
    t Ir return to *
    tsttL He said: "Iti ben our victory is complete! I think of taking a olicy: I don think it 1! in_ jail charged with outraging Cjra Starkey. i o. Jone*'. .t Williams jnipIaiiiant ",>

    let us look back along our path:and see who I I would IK? siife. -Hari-er's Baz:- I tt t


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    TELEGRAPHIC BREVITIES. What is This Disease That is CARDS. l1dlcu.rm.'n Sahc. Jtd
    ...... iodIItt
    The best
    -- Coming; Tpoii ITs ? ---- salve in the world. for *
    Fresh Crisp! Gleanings of Recent Noteworthy A.'GINGRAS bruises 1 rtlTi. I
    lahY'8 on a. Strike. Like thief night it steals in L. sore?, 11 l'l'rolalt rheum
    Happening and };vent". a at upon j ferer :
    :ores, tetter charpcl hands
    Oh anarchy
    chilblam ,
    The Cook Illinois boodlers have us unawares. The patients have pain i and all ,. .
    Revolt are in the air! : corns eruption.
    Our blessed baby's up in arms i been taken in irons to Joliet. about the chest and side. and sometimes !i Aff Y-AT-LAW AND NOTARY PUBLIC. tIcure. *. piles, or no and i.."!" toI
    And nurse is in d. pair. Sixteen of Quantrell's old band of I pay n"lnin', .f
    Florida. It'Is '
    l in the back. They feel dull and i I Rock Ledge, guaranteed to rive; perfect suj.f fat fly
    rillas held a reunion at Blue Springs, Mo. "
    He lords it with hand that's high -- --- -- -- ----- -- tion or refunded.
    money Price
    Twenty-five million dollars is the amount I sleepy ; the mouth has a bad taste: e>- i GrLnEX, i"c L
    And mighty though a mite: I D.L. per l ox. Forale by all drul..tire .
    J>bawls and howl and drives las ma the Canadian government want as a load. pecially in the morning.: : ort of sticky Titu-ville and on Indian : II, 2
    To declaration, quite. It is now said that the Chicago auditorium j t' River.
    lime collects about the teeth. The ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
    I ; appetite --- -
    building: may not be finished in time fur the (i.IJ

    He sits enthroned a little god, Republican convention. l' is poor. There is a feeling: like a Tituville, Florida. !
    Tied: into hU high chair; IMI4IllVLll:
    James Vernon, Methodist preacher of to1lla.l'h -- --
    111 awful nod wiys. plain as words heavy load on the > : sometimes (
    "I won't Iw goal so thfre1! Healdton, LT., was jailed charged with JONES & WILLIAM,
    I stealing cattle. a faint all :pone sensation at the pit ot | Real Estate Agency.

    By sifters cousin, aunts and all ., John Frost, a wealthy landlord of Win- the stomach which food does not satisfy.I _OI'IH'lat14a ".

    Cajoled cart-ssfd and kissed, field L. I. couldn't stand the charge of assault ,
    The sunken the hands and feet Tilusville
    eyes are Florida.
    ll, will not budge an inch this bold ,
    on a thirteen-year-old girl, and sui Titusville, Florida is.t
    Anarchist. awhile ;
    Young budding become cold and clammy. After i
    I cided with arsenic. SHSlJ Fill: 11/:, 'IUI'TJI"
    V.Tjo t-hall raMue this pestilent William :M. Riley, of Chicago, a leading a cough set in. at first
    Hut prt"CiQu.4little tyke'l1at's I turfman attending the Lexington Kentuckyraces a few months; it is attended with a greenJ J t'hi'. u. S"'I. 3Iannrr.
    '\ to le said, hat's to lx done.l14'"n deposited a box containing nearlyooo aa
    \\ baby's on a strike! ish-colored expectoration. The patient': :
    $ with the clerk of the Phoenix hotel,
    -Eo ton Globe. II for safe keeping, and took a check for the feel tired all the while, and sleep! does TITU-VJLLK.: FLA.- :tcli
    -- -- SANTA
    More Concentration of '("alth. I box. When he presented the check he was not seem to afford any rest. After a M. THRASHER, LUCIA
    told that the box could not bo found. The A I.'
    Society Dame Who is that:young man whois he becomes irritable and -
    time nervous, IloonQ' i
    attentive to now? I clerk was formerly with the Grand hotel, in : >
    so you ATTORNEY-AT-LAW I: Ioeltt'el in hat malIilh"'lIt St
    Trlll.jq'Fon. .
    Cincinnati.A and has evil forebodings.:
    Great BcJle He is a
    IKX-I. t that lies i.h't\w'U the 1I1l1iul :
    P. O. Dos 2" XXFOBD, FLA. : :,
    "Mercy on us! And lo you, the proud band of Ku-Kluxers are on trial at is a :.:giddiness: :sort of whirling sonsaj j Will practice in all the counties of the Seventh St. Lucil' Iliver-um.l i i.. biI u1T t 11\

    daughter of 100 millionaires, propose to I Greenville. Ky., charged with taking a tion in the head when rising: up suddcnly. CirouU and Supreme C' nrt.T5 3 : streets sixrv! f..t wide. into there :tcc' R
    farmer from his home and him
    throw yourself away on a poor, miserable i whipping severely -- -- -- -- --- ------- block, awl I smaller lots, which \\\ill\\ (b?.
    The bowels become costive the
    for trivial
    offense. :
    some :
    starveling a ixietr sold reasonably to actual M'ttleiTlu 11
    'Oh, he isn't that kind of a poet. He writes I The entire saw mill of John Dougherty, at skin.i is dry and hot at times : the blood I j region wintcrlcs>";'* ami fru..tlt's". and U : k
    Salina, Pa., was stolen by unknown ,;
    soap advertisements.1 persons. becomes, thick and :stagnant: : : the white in the land of the cocoanut :ulllp lwal.plt', .
    There indications that it had been COUNTY SURVEYOR.
    ".My own, own daughter, after all. Ask I were i' : where all the Tropical Fruits llourMi.Address i ya ya
    hauled of the become tinged with yellow : ;
    him to dinner.-Omaha World.A away wagons. eyes ; with -tamp. >j
    Order mail will receive
    A wild-eyed man, without hat or collar, ,,: the urine i is; scanty and high-colored: rushed down the streets of Louisville Friday attention as callin per-on.

    Tragedy.She afternoon, shouting "Rep Smith did it and : : : a :sediment<< after standing.: ;' AddresCeorgiana, Fla. W. H. BAKER, WaYelani, Dade Co. t

    fell upon the crowded walk Tom Ram--ey helped!" When captured by ': There is frequently a spitting: : up of the : : t
    Amid the great i>arade. -- ------ -- -- -- 11.0K1DA. ,..
    In dainty lx ts and fabrics rich. the police he was found to be A. J. Harra, a food, :sometimes with a sour taste and J H F. ATKINSON --- -- -- --- t
    well known ex-saloonist who had been
    And sealskin sacque arrayed. ,
    tending the base ball matches and had be- sometimes: with a :sweeti-h: taste : this is i
    Her daughter brut low over her
    Her heart almost dismayed; I come crazed by the numerous defeats of the frequently attended with palpitation! of'' JUSTICE OF THE PEACE WM. H. SHARPE.

    "Wliat is it mamma*-tell mequick!" Louisville club. He imagined that Smith I
    the heart the vision become impaired.I I
    : For the: Second Justice District of J>rc-
    wild the sai t.
    la accents ,
    j and Ramsey had tried to him.
    The pal Ups moved, the weak voice ppolce: | The president will visit poison the interstate ex- with spot before the eyes : there! i i-a Ytrl1l'uunt"urt days, third :Monday REAL ESTATE AGENT t
    *'I couldn't couldn't match th shadeIfarper's !" of each month. t
    Bazar.In I position of the Patrons of Husbandry at feeling: of great prostration: and weak i \
    -- -- -- -- --- -- -
    Williams Grove, Pa., in August. FOI Il
    ness..111: of thee: symptoms are in turn I I
    i The supreme court of the United States SANDERS: ,
    the Market Place. refused to grant a rehearing in the case present. It i is: thought that nearly one- T. CITY POINT. -

    remarked"You have a cucumber very sour to his look neighbor this morning, a dyspeptic ,"- I against the Bell Telephone company.The third] of our population has: this: disease: Justice of the Peace for the Thirteenth rol(1011 long time with iuti-iv-t.

    strawberry."Yes father of Minnie Rose Parsons, the in some of its varied (onus.: District. on the leaey..tem, or for ra-h..
    I lady alleged to have been abducted
    the tart "one is young It hat been found that : have I
    was reply; necessarily physician .
    I recently at Pittsburg, has brought suit for :
    I-indi cleared and planted and ..'art'll! fur
    affected when
    unpleasantly compelledto damages against Ensign Thomas W. Ryan, mistaken: the cause of this disease.: Some ;, iltx the third ,Saturday of each I1I4>11t11. uthertlie.Refer
    if desired contract -.
    by or
    associate with such ;
    a seedy party as .ouare. '
    ) -- -- -- ---
    -- --------
    of the United States and J. II. Means
    navy have treated it t for a ]liver cotiplaint.others .
    Cases of the Bald Knobbers David Walker SF.
    "Cauliflower by any other name 'twill II William Walker, John Matthews, and Wiley, : for kidney di-eae.; ete, etc.. but : to E. :M. Rrcese, Detroit Iil'h..
    smell sweet." shouted onion by I ,Ino. C. Norw >d Titn'it1t', Fla. II. W.
    as Jin near ;' M :
    :Matthews: sentence to hang at Ozark Friday none of these kinds of treatment have'
    with a peel of laughter.-New York Sun. I, Watch Maker and Jeweller. and .I. :'tra- T.tZl'\n'IIl\mrt IIt1U t', V.i;
    for the atrocious murder of William
    been attended] with for it is j
    :success : '
    Etlens and Charles Green, taken on appeal to Shop at John 1!. DixonV Drug Store, Titusville, l'laALL and A. 1 locker, Montreal, ( :lUact, fur

    She Wants a Spring Suit. I the state supreme court. Decision not expected -I really constipation and dyspepsia.: It i is | whom I have made groves.
    The maiden has doffed her seal sacque. until fall. also found that :Shaker Extract of 1 Root: ': -- -- -

    For the bright days of spring hate come bacque I Sunday, 4,713 immigrants landed at Castle or Mother :Seigel: Curative :Syrup, when i Q1 DDU SAMI'LE TKEATMEXToiiKb TI 1
    And she wants 11A A >;E
    papa's cheque Garden. till 11 We mall t,>confU ,
    a Her person to decque Gen. George A. Sheridan has challenged : properly] prepared) will remove this eli- vine, 11-' J.\\l"Ht.1\ l t'o., 7"a: llroad "trt."t't. THE MUSIC HOUSE OF FLOPJDA.
    If his funds will sustain the attacque. I ; :s&-sack, N..1.:
    Col. Robert G. in all its Care be !
    -Boston Courier. Ingersoll to a public debate case stages.: must - -------
    on Christianity. rr AMUX'iil rod LlI tiU fir :.i Itriirht Young
    taken, however. to secure the :genuine j 1, ( .
    JpOO Men IIr LaII.ill each ('UIIll! '. 1V. /1K<;
    Fan In Philadelphia. I Philadelphia is talking of a statue of Ros- )
    article. i LhU Jc ('O.. I'lnla.ll'lplllA: 1'a.
    Omaha Boy-Dill have much fun last coe Conkling for Fairmount park. One citizen -:
    you A. B. C \.:\ [] Y-tliT..l.) .
    Fourth of July'Philadelphia ? I offers to contribute -1OOe. I IT WILL SKLL: 15KTTKU THAN COTTON. :

    Boy-No: we're not allowedto I Miss :Mary Gwendolin Caldwell, a Kentucky I )1 r. John K. llemptinstail. of Chulafirmce. ] PARKER'SHAIR

    shoot firecrackers an'things on the Fourthin I lady, received the golden rose from f BALSAMthe JarksonrilK*, Fla.
    Cleburn) Co. Ala. writes
    Philadelphia. I Pope Leo for her gift of &)(O ',Oo) to found a : : : "My popular favorite for dressingthe ,::

    "You're not!" I Catholic university at Washington. wife has been !so much benefitted by ....)t.-= pray hair, and ICCbtorm preventing:: color DandrulT.when

    "No; and we can't blow horns or make any I Henry and Robert Tilford, pronv'neuti Shaker Extract of Roots or Seigel s '\. l It clcait-fs the scalp, Mops the
    i! distillers have been from the Louisville t hair failing,and u sure tu plccuo.
    noise New Year's .
    on either. i
    eve, andgl.foatDrugcis
    that he would rather be
    Christian church because it is alleged :Syrup she sacs : I will :Sell tend Deliver at your II\m..t
    11 gum! What do they let you dof j
    "Well, they allow us to plant trees on Arbor !, heavenly spirits and alcoholic spirits won't without part of her food than without HINDERCORNS. station Fir-t-Cli "i

    day."Omaha World. :; mix. the medicine. I It has done her more Thesafest' surest and best cnre for Corns Ecnions,A'c.
    frosts have Stops all i>im. Ensures comfort to the fwt.: Ncvei fails
    ---- Heavy seriously damaged fruit good than the dnctorsind all other med- to cure li; cents: at l'ru nl>>tll. lliscoi; & Co.: :-t. Y.
    : PJrAJSrOS
    II and growing crops in various portions of ( --- -- -

    Tine Approaching Struggle. Ohio and Indiana. i! icines put together; I would ride twenty
    Vv>are nl'aring"to are nearing
    The days of baseball glory- Crimes and Ca!>ualth'!>. ;, miles to ;get it into the hands of any sufferer MEMORYr.'IAKES 411:

    Time is fleet; James Boughner, a well known citiz-n of : if he can :get it in no other way. I
    And we're fearing, we are fearing ,
    They will tell the same old story Garrett county, West Virginia, was thrown believe it will oonoel1: in this :State OR.G-ANS
    Of defeat. over a cliff I'St: feet high 1.1Pat, Fariev and !

    -Boston Budget. instantly killed. Farley had been sul! :'.-ring I better than cotton. ,
    SUCCESS F< Ht LK.-S: MoMA: : luau anyotlur hou>- in ti rI'uited
    1 from aberration for i
    temporary Mtuie TESTIMONY KP.OM TKXAS.: .. "rr\ll"'llt tb.
    I alwi Rna.ait.a
    Stat !' >-=
    The Strongest Man. Clarence Scudder, of Rutger'a: c,.tieo t, fatally -! Mrs. S. E. Barton of Varner. Ripleyj .. as r'nt.1. I M ill sill a Piano or 'Ifau t'
    Boston Sunday School Teacher Waldo, II injured himself) while ir.jikin u nigh I I Whull.lDllk.. K\fti-nif.. Any book any hout. mall I.r wins, cu trial. and It is"leatWuctoiy.
    who the ? jump. j ('o.,1Io., writes that she had been long; )I'arlw.11D OW' I', a>.m:d !II-'"- "r ::1-7iu Ualtimore, 1 will pay freight In.tli wale ,-.'
    was strongest man : Mii5 at Detroit t":)(W, at l'hiladriphiut.| lart'- closes of awl jl" cash and
    JO i.thou iTaiio.
    rash and : a iu a
    Waldo (hesitatingly)-Well, I did know, Sam Troxtile and William. Poore So ner- I afflicted with dyspepsia and disease: of I i Columbia Law students, at t alt'. N *-llt>l ly,Ol.t-r- *5 a month on an <>r{au till pod for-not mo.b
    but I've forgot.TeacherThink. I set, Ky., farm laborers quarreled l l. awl 1| the urinary and was cured by 1 lit, Uuiversny of l't'un.. :JLenigau t"ui\er ity, 1 more than ordinary relit. On th -ceeij liberalterms
    for a moment Waldo the I Poore hoed all the flesh" from ol.l'i K- o! j organs; I Chautdiirjna, Xi'.. ,Vo.. iji-lorst-ii: by UICH\RU I'uix'- : aiiyone lan <>\vu a uiftrumrut. .Srud i"f
    ; I Troxtile's face with one strike, ui'm.uo-! Shaker Extract: of Roots Rev. .J. J. I T-it. the Scientist; lion "". W, .Wott Jrntii 1'. F15F.1: ClTAHHil'E containing full mf"1'11-
    name begins with S. ; I ISEXJAMIN. Judg.- dil.s.011. Ijr laII\\ E.: H COOK, Sheet; Music. Strings, 'Violins };auJo.,, oltar.. Aeconleoii -
    aldO--Oh: yes; Sullivan. -New York I ment. I Mcduire, merchant, of the same place, I j Principal X Yt tie Normal Cnll.g.'. \,-. ivrlectly ', and in fret every Musical lustrumeaithat
    Sun. William H. Hopkins, a sporting man of !! who sold )1 Barton the medicine. tau;. iit by virrc-pundi'iicf rro-pt-ctus l'n-i I'R):.. is made, and at err low price stud tor'ulD--
    4 rl' | :from I'KOF LOi'E: rTC.:37: : Filth Ave. X.w York of ClM.*
    20.WJO pieces
    -- Augusta, Me., was killed by James: S_ Ut-1 i | .lte Catalogues. I have
    i The Season of Sorrow. chell, an amateur spanner, during a quarrel. ': :says he has sold it for four -ernnll: :|I --- -- -- -- Music at 10 centir (011). blN4loots Ifcwks of of Choirs t.iwu-1
    Music at 10 JKT ('oIlY6,011"
    The gloomy winter's course i* run, Several men were terribly injured by the never knew it to fail. Vocal and Instrument Music at 5o; cents and Y'
    Up from the earth the daisies peep premature explosion of dynamite cartridges'' SHE WSI.. lO .T DEAD.I cent. Any piece of shett music published a t. -:;
    The baseball season has begun. while fishing in the Tippecauoe river. : to Ti) per centlow pn1>Iishems! pnc-
    The umpire's wife and children weepBoston John Smith, of Kialiga Springs, I. T., was so low with dyspepsia: that there each, sheet mn"ic MZ", lit c 'nt.. Semi fur
    Courier.A eloped with the wife of a neighbor named ;, was not a physician::; to be found who Kla.I .
    Allen. The latter pursued and shot both to | 1 A. B. Campbell, Jai-kxmville
    Serious Ca!e. could do anything with me. had flattering i

    Tramp (piteously)-Please help a poor crip- death.A falling window sash broke the neck of |, of the heart and swimming of the : Mention I this paier.l] 50- lyr.NOTICE. -

    ple. little Mary Inskee, at Bridgeville, Ky. I head. One day I read your pamphlet'
    Kind Old Gent (handing him some money: ) "
    James Kitts and Joel Anglin, of Mt. Vernon ; .
    the b'lial which :
    called Amany ers,
    -Bless me, why, of course How are you j
    Ky., farmers, met in the woods and
    crippled, my poor fellow had an argument with clubs. Anglin is dead i; described my di i*>asc better than I could f In ('if(- ';' ('))frt of the Smith J.hrlll

    Tramp (pocketing the moneyFinanciallycrippled ) I and Kitts furl thyself: I tried the Shaker Extract of fin-nit if FlorMa, Jirrranl O.l"Hly,
    sir. New York Sun.
    i Frank May was sliced to pieces by a circular Roots and kept on with it until today I':' A. J}. 1883-/ ChnliCPrJ.GIocGI:1I. .
    saw at Port Republic, Va. |:
    She Spoke to Him. At Augusta, Me., James Getchell shot and {; rejoice ill good health. Mrs. M. E. Tin- MA<
    Book Agent-How do you do, madam I killed William Hopkins in a quarrel. Both ':,Isley.l IJevier. Muhlenburg Co.. Ky. 34 .

    Will your dog bite sports. I I For sale by all Druggist or address H. Guy )ll'rcerntJ- |I

    Madam-Waal, I reckon he will. Two colored men and a woman tried tt ; Mercer, his wife; T. i Foreclosure

    Book Agent-Would you have the goodness cross the Kentucky river at Law renceburg :1!I the proprietor. A. J. White, Limited. 54 Howard Knight & Maud ',:\ of

    to speak to him? The skiff capsized and they went over the Warren St.. New York. 'Knight, his wife anil I Mortgage.

    Madam-Certainly. Sick 'm, Tige, sick'm.Harjter's Jordan instead. I Thomas C. Knight; and

    Bazar. Personal. i A NEWUSEFUL DIGRESSIONS e Emma J-:. Knight, his 1

    : Ex-Senator Bruce will deliver a course of wife. J
    Misery Ahead.
    lectures during the coming season. the affidavit CJ( the
    It by
    7 Now daily milder prows our clime. appearing
    # Rev. Dr. Lyman Abbott will be Plymouth's herein that
    ii The fields in green are dressed; I have added to my stock of Watches. Clock! agent of the complainant the
    Spring's here, forerunner of the time, permanent pastor. Plated Ware. Jewelry, etc. ; a complete line of family above named respondent arc, re'J
    When Cies become a i>cat. Frank A. Brannigan, of Steubenvill, 0., Medicines, a fine grade of Cigars, Cigarettes loluccoaud THE LADIES' FAVORITE ti\'cJy. lIou-rc-icJcllts of the State of HOTMa. -
    a collection of Fancy Goods. To e, KEVEH OUT C! ORDER. said T.
    Boston Courier. has been appointed disbursing and appoint Pipes; and that the address of the
    ment clerk of the department of ju.tict'ice Notions and Florida Curiosities: a good stock of. It you dr!'!re to purch 1)sewing IUldli:1-:, Howard anti Maud },might. w:;
    of and
    stationery and an assortment Candy Knight
    t o k our egcnt 2.t your place for terms and Ier.
    More Orate Than Suspected.Mrs. James W. Ewing, removed. ; Scissors. pocket and table: Cutlery Ilav. : pices. It jou cannot find our agent write wife and Jr. Guy Mercer and -/ ;
    : IA'ath'reJIre liddle Petey's wenten Rev. George T. rurof Pittshurg; an 1 ins displaced the above New Store, AVa..h- direct to nearest address t o you below named cer, his wife are unknown to alhant auu
    irutun.n UP, Titu ville, you are respectfully
    said rpollllent
    swalleml! a button, doctah.Dr. alumnus of Princeton college and seminary, and that the
    invited to call and examine the same to Kati'fy the complainant
    Rhubarb Well, there's nothing serious has been elected to the chair of ecclesiastical) yourself as to price and quality, whether you buy P NEWHOME8EWL EKG YJ\CHINE G.RN1GEMAS :,. T. C. Knight; and Emma E.

    aLouttbat. history in Princeton seminary, to succeed or not WATCH REPAIRING A SPECIALTY. CHICAGO 23 L'NiOJ 611A11Eh'G, DALLAS.OTICK. Knight, his wife reside i in the city of
    the venerable James C. Moffatt, D D., re- Latest aprro\fd Instruments and Tools and .(H : S"f:1. ATLANTAGA. TEX. of rcnn*yJ.
    Mrs. Leatheredge--Dey yain't? S'posin' I years' practical e\inence in the watch and jewelry JI':; y. SC5VRA.ClscacAAi Philadelphia, in the State 01
    tells vii dat de button wuz 'tached to one ob signed.'sI I shall spare no painstaking to please as (; i vania. and that each and every one U
    ho's shoes. Den whad )-0' say? Tid Bits.It Henry Bohl, of Marietta, O., has icon appointed to articles and prices or Repairing: and loge TO : ------ I' said resj.ondents are over l6.are of
    receiver for the Set'nndational MEHIT A ,VAIR .HAr.E OF Torn PATROSAGE. i j jM' I:i! :\: : years. It is therefore ordered that tw

    bank of Xenia, O. C. ('. KUAXXIXCi. J:. Guy Merger -
    Was Certain.Mamie LAND OFFICE at Gainesville, Fla., ) said respondents, the said }

    -Oh, Susie, I'm going to be married Miss Rose Elizabeth Cleveland returned to April 23 IR s. i and Mercer his wife; 1': linty ute

    New York on Thursday, after a quiet and The sultan has given a well known pictureof Notice is hereby given that the followlognamed lard Knight, and Maud Knight.; his .
    restful visit at the executive mansion Lonl Nt-lson. which was in his has filed and Emma *
    Susie-Are you? Have yon had a possession, settler notice of his and Thomas C. Knight -
    proposal Eddie Gould, Jay's secon 1 son, hs* boughta to the London National aJler}. In ITl S" intention to make final proof in supportof 1, Knight his wife do plead an '.\'er oruerntir

    tamil-So; but I have just learned: type $'JOOuO, seat in the stock exchange. after the battle of the Nile, dim; III sent his claim. and that said proof will be, to the complainant bill of the coln-31st 3

    writing.-Tid Bits.SPORTING some very rich gifts to Nelson, among them made before .t..1. Stewart, Clerk of 1, plaint herein tiled on or before Will

    "All Things Come to Those Who Wait." being the Ci;luuak; a diamond plume only Circuit Court, at Titusvllle. Fla.. on :, day of May. A. D 1S>.. or the alUC further

    AND ATHLETIC.One Foreman of Printing Room-The '"deyir'ha given to the victorious Mussulmans. Nelson !June 1.;). 1SSS. viz. : Robert Ji. Burch- I betaken as confessed ; and it h pub-

    fallen in the big; press an' is all chewed up! gave the portrait in return, painted by Guzardi 1! field. Georpana.; Fla., D. S. 19S4 for the ; ordered that a copy of this order be paper

    hundred new stalls will be built tA Local Editor That's something like. I've and Palermo. : lot 2. Sec. 11. lots 1 and 2, Sec. 14 and fished in the FI.oJlIJ.STAn Jlew to the

    the West Side Driving park, Chicago.: got just an inch space left in the obituary lots 1 and 2, Sec. '3: T. 25; S. 11, 37 E. :for four consecutive weeks prior

    column.-Tid Bits Shepherds of Uulcariti. He names the following witnesses to said 31st day of May. A. V 1SSS.the .-
    Maud S. was 13 :years old on :March 29. residence hand and seal and hfiof
    Some of the shepherds in the mountains prove his continuous upon, and Witness my t
    u Sbe is given regular jogging exercise. The Season's Change.The of Bulgaria live for ten or fifteen cultivation of said land viz. : John A. said court, at the Court lIou--e,

    Frank Glover and Joe McAuliffe are air will soon be full of song year attending their flocks, and never Shipper Charles S. Adam Irving D. 23cl day of April, .\. D. lSSS.

    matched to fight; about the middle of May.A From birds and gentle rills, knowing what it is to sleep in a hcuse c* Hiscock. of Horti, Fla. ; A. L. Bruner, A. .\.Judicial snw.UT.Ci
    Well trade chest for 7th lustof
    our protector Fla. Clerk Circuit Court
    new stand, with a seating capacity of to enjoy any of the comforts of civiliza-
    3,000 will be built at the Sheepsheod: Bay Some ami-Uiious pills.Georgia Cracker. ., tion.-Chicago ll rnld. 1 2. :S. C. TUCKER Register.. Florida Brevard County





    L. c. OLIVER

    I Cartoon the debris Scene of old In Sarnath India.Among grow- F. T. BUDGP I XOTlc.'I:.

    from a poor toll half made of broken OLIVER & :BUDGE LAND Orncr.: at Gainevill Fla.. )

    Sick, there is a scanty growth of grass, April iJ.; is ... .
    Notice i is i t
    without hereby risen that the
    thin and now a spear over -
    eery ;.:-nained: settler has
    inch long. I saw some men and Dealers inPINE notice of his
    ba intention to make tinal
    with a sort of chisel cutting this proof in Mipport
    women by the roots for food of his claim, and that aid proof \\ ill\ be
    meaner grass up made before I:..' sister i wad In."jn'r:
    for cattle. A man cannot And gather two GEORGIA LUMBER I Gainl! ,viH,'. Fla.. on .lime 1t. Is' s. villoswell /at. :
    in these
    bushels of this a day. yet 1\. Krown. Talni leach:
    live Ah! the changeless east. I* i H: S.iOSI.I for time \. I:. } ,ifS. J-:. |. amid

    Sere no resurrection for its povert SHINGLES AND LATHS.General I y. ... of 5.. K. .1 i See.JS.: II'| 4.1.: S. ul I..
    stricken children?-Carter Harrison'sLetter. -1I:; E.I .

    f lie names the follow:: \\itne-ies ttJ
    i prove his eontimiou< rr'ideucrulon.atttI i |
    A SaffffMtlon to rlrf'n1f'n. : narci-wet2e7 cultivation of. *aid l.iml.i/. : Thnma*

    Mr. Angell suggests, in view of Thaprin''TStld Jones. George II. 'harter. of Palm

    sm21(iron balls attached to stout twine, Sash Doors and Blinds Stoves Tinware I!I Porter. ot Ilypoluxi. Fla. *
    and ). .
    which could be thrown through upper ; Crockery.Eefrigerators i -.-:S__r.__Tiruii_ :_:_. Iegiter.111''i'l .
    windows, enabling Occupants to draw ulropes = -
    with strong iron hooks at the enc. :.

    and btroag leather belts to buckle arounu p.A..I TS AN""D OILS ;I LAND O1'Flrl: at <;ainc,,villr. Fla.. >

    the body, with metallic rings, to enable I. April27.. lv >. i
    the one using to hlide down u safe incline Water Coolers I Notice i* herehy! ;.:iventhatihe; t )lloI \\"-
    Ice Cream
    (fay an angle of 43 degs.) to the Freezers, intention injr-named settler sac tiled not in> of ttl4 '

    lower end of the ropes held by the fireman 'I to make I llall'nltl1 in'Mipportot

    at a sufficient distance.-Bostcx. Screen Wire, Screen Windows, Screen-Wire Doors. his IH"nre claim.1..A.and that Stewart.said proof Clerk u,ill at bemaiTe Tiitiville *-

    Transcript_ ___ Fla.. on .lime i.;'i. ISj-S. vi/. : llenrv
    Cia)" Sill. Sehastian. Fla.. II. K. lift:
    Centenary t>f the Rig JUT. POWDER AT NEW
    YORK ft"tl.the lots
    PRICES. I i. ;H and lOofSer. 10. I'p.3 .
    A curious centenary was recently celebrated S.1.39 }:.

    by the women of Bunzlau, in Si TITTJSV1LLK= / FLORIDA.All lie names the following uitneo s tn !
    lesia. It was just 100 years since tho prove his eontimions re idenee
    __ and upon
    man died who constructed n gigantic -- u cultivation of. i'aifllalltl. vii. : Fred.
    earthen vessel which w a kind of Ne"V\T Paul Kr(' el. J. A. })IILtli 1kiird.ofSc-

    counterpart of the far famed vase ageidelberg. t Lum..ber Yard. La tian Fla. : Joan hairs of Melbourne.

    The vessel holds thirty Fla. ; Chas. F. Lathnm of 3Iieco. Fla.

    bushels of peas, fa three yards: high and -. S. C. TUCKKK. Uegister.: i
    Chicago measures Herald.nearly four yards across.- kinds of Pine Lumber Dressed and Undressed Cypress and Pine LAND- -- O"'I'I;. -

    On"Ie'Iat: (Jainesville.!! Fla.. \ .
    Artificial Somnambulism. April :!'f. ISSS.j
    Shingles Laths etc. Notice i is hereby given that w
    Dr Hammond calls hynotism an art! etc. the folioin \\".
    -I1lIHecl: settler has tiled
    ficial somnambulism. He thinks that r notice of his
    the law should take cognizance of the Special) attention given to all orders.! River Tradeolieitetl.. Yard i is located( on the South Side of of his claim to make and that final said proof proof in support evil\ be

    condition, for, while under it, a man Railway, West: of the Grand View Hotel, Titusville. made before Register and l Keeeiver at

    who was a good citizen might be led to Gainesvile, Fla., on June 1.1', 1SSS.: : vi/ :

    commit burglary, forgery, or even murder. P. Thomas A. Jones, Palm Meaeh. Fla.. I ).
    New York Times. 51.V'V.. JBrATC ETT S. 2101)) for the .
    Agen.1: ;. 11'4 ot S. U'. | See. 10,
    :Mllll V.. 4 tfktW. I.--*-. .-I -S"I'I- 'I.*"' .* *. t.: ..... q
    ----g--- -
    Colors for Co fret'. -t3 E.He.

    Mr. V. Sykora has examined four TITUSVILLE :, TROPICAL AND SUB-TROPICAL FRUITS AND FLOWERS names the following tv'itllte5 to

    samples of pigments that are used to Egyptian Queen Pine prove his continuous rt.'iclt.'lll't'uPoll. and
    color coffee and found them to consist of of said land, vii : Ko-swell

    mixtures of indigo, carbon ultramarine, chrome yellow FURNITURE STORE. _rXDI.L\.N RIVER XURS] RIES. jl'.each.Fla..i K. Brown, ; George CharlesV.II.. Charter.l'ierce..lawes Palm

    porcelain clay, and an I Porter Ilypoluxi. Fla

    unrecognizable yellow organic coloring Cow Peas, 1.75; por' Inisliel.] 2. S- TI-UKIK: ...
    Iegi; ter.NO''ICI .
    , matter.Boston Budget.A -

    French workman has succeeded in A. : U. JSEACH, Imliaii Kiver Nurseries East Melbourne, Flu, LAXD. OFFICI: at (:aineville,1''h.,1April;.

    artificial silk.l'rcllaratlon Frosolier
    K). l>,ss. >
    t EEN. e, Notice} i is hereby ;given that the follow
    for tint !Sla 6E Ep
    ;e. I
    PROPRIETOR. ing-named settler has tiled notice
    ot hU
    It is related of Lester Wallaek that ho intention to make linal
    I proof in
    always inquired of every female applicant of his claim, and: that said proofjll be

    for entrance into tile: profestkmwhether ; made before A. A. Stewart, ( 'If'rk.t

    she had lieon married buried a Parlor Suites .- i'I'itusrille. Fla.. cm June 1th. 155$. vi/;

    child: quarreled with )her husband, and ,I '.. .-., m K/ekiellJ. Nesbitt. ot Micro. Fla.. 1).
    suffered j lon>rtJ. If nut he told her O "it.4' >"". ........o..w'' :: S. iOiW, !) for the lot 1. :Set7; 'I'p.u. S.
    these wore requisites for the portrayal of I < ::tli., ....". If. 39 };.

    the clfdin."ll'm.tiou and for simulation Bed Room Suites, i. Throughout its various a healthy Who Jnot such use the a life Smith's: a!I they Bile enjoy Bean t lie names the following witnc>H'S. tuIH'O'C

    of exiterienco with the stern realities of : his continuous residence! upon andcultivation
    life. Whether Smith' RILE BEANS pcrify tho Mood, by acting of !said: landi
    that i is a mere tradition Beds Mattresses J directly an ". on the Liver Skin and KldThe original iJohn U.
    of he btageor not, it is certainly true ,,i xicyw. They consist of a vegetable combination that panel !size, of this picture Beach, Ilobert. Smith. George V. Olementie f
    has no equal in medical wieiicc. cent on receipt of lUc. in James JI. ,
    that nearly that (standard' i.s t-t They core Con tlIJU- Doyle ol Micoo. Fla.
    up by a lion* malaria, and l>yt pepMia, and are a Matesuard stamps. Address ,1. S. C.
    manager who has muU his l o\vtothe Springs n and alnst all forms of fevers, chills and fever gall MOIICN, liLLR 8U HEAXS Louis, ,?tea. I ----- -___ I'L-CKFK._. : Ii'egNler.: .
    public as the business man of an English I I 1 plo Ilrizht'M diwcaMe.! Send 4 cents po!.ia::e for a Mam1 I
    package and test the AOTICI:.
    TKUT1I of what
    tar whom all we say. l-rlce. 25 cents bottle
    we know. "You mustLave mailed to addrebM per I
    any postpaid.! DOSE ONE 11KAN. Sold All
    by drusglsts.
    been marrh-d," he always i\sto And in the J. F. 6iMITIx persons ha"illgclaims against the
    everything l: dJ CO.* l'ROIJRIETORS, ST. L V1TIIcE .. SSO. I estate of James Louden. late of Brevanlcounty
    women who apply' to him; "if;unhappily line. Call and : !
    gee the New :Stock deceased are hereby
    married or widowiil all the 1Ktter.--1 I required
    New: York Cor. Chicago Tribune. jut: received. to present them projerly :authenticated
    l within the time prescribed bv law, to
    Keeps full upply: of metallic and wooden II 011. Minor S. Jones, County"Judge of

    Germany Aerostatic ('+'rIi. said county, or to the
    At some recent rxjieriments made Coffins, Cases and Caskets. this notice will stand in bar of or-
    payment ;

    under the the tivnnan auspices army of,the good aerostatic photographs; corpsof Funerals attended if de>ired. All orders i GREAT CHANGE IN PRICES OF GOODS.I and requested al.-o persons to make owing immediateettlcmcnt said estate: are

    were taken of the surrounding region; promptly executed, and at reason: with the undersigned.i

    while a balloon was poised 2,500 meters rates.- -Embalming. done. U2: am prepared to offer Immense: Bargains iniMEN'S MAIV A. LOWDKX.
    about n mile and a half-in air. It -- I II 1'hisYftl of April. ISSS. .VstNotice

    tests will lie of rememlK-reil this kind that so many during dillicuhies previous BEAUTIFUL RIVER FRONT BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S CLOTHING. I of Application to Become a Free

    were met that the promise of any really I Dealer

    practicably valuable work seemed rather ATFORCED I I II I Notice i H II( rehy.CII., in conformity i
    Tireless German energy and with law. that the subscriber will

    study have at last succeeded in overcoming SALE. Straw; Wool and: F-u.r Eln"ts, stnCapsl : d 31st day of )1\'. .\. I), 155"" makf uponthe

    these difficulties if wo may judge I application to the Honorable .Fud :e of
    irum me Militarochenblatt, but m ,I WliitoCS5You ; an.c1.: Fan.oy: Shirts., the Circuit Court for the Seventh Judicial -

    just for this what being way obvious.we are-not Scientific told, the American. reason :304 acres of high dry land<< beautifully I II Unaerwo: r. :Hosiory: No01li :_- for a Circuit license of to Florida take charge, lirevard of and county manage -,
    situated on Indian Jin: r. Gives at leasa '
    i wear Tr-u.n.ks her own estate, and to become
    quarter mile river front. WiIIlJe sold : an.c1.: Va1isosUDl.bre11as. dealer in a
    at least T.0 cent. leas than land every respect2.
    Message for the Wires. per any : :
    : and: Boots ; IlAlCIIKTT.
    Intelligent of like nature on the liver. We are I I .___ __ .
    receiving clerks in the
    larger telegraph offices have the best ordered to :sell and sell we must. ; an.c1.: : Sh.oos. "\dnllnls. raf or and CIVotlce. na..lian

    human possible opportunities nature. The for half the study written of Address or call on never'ct had such a chance to get a lot of goods for so little To all ir/tom it may. <-
    messages left at the close of each day's Chas. I). S\voi'l, i mone. Call and see for ourselves.Second : Notice, that six inontliVaftc-r date
    business I will apple to the Honorable Minor
    often constitute a volume "of Manager I

    half example finished, how romances.occasional It is curious,that for Indian River Real Estate Agency, I I i J. BIR. BA U I S.Jones Florida, County for uiv Judge final discharge of I'revard from Comity mvadministratorship ,

    messages: ,
    is, I : of the state of :Sarah
    messages inspired by an occasion TITUSVILLE. FLA. Door F. "'ooHr,..ieeeasciland! from gnardian-
    likely to the I East of Indian River Bank TITUSVILLE FLORIDA. my
    of thought suggest same general train : hip of William WooliT; late an infant,
    in the average mind, will run I hut now of filII :J"C'.

    00*to"verbal!doubt have,grooves.when the The telegraph time will companies come, PORTER & POTTER !: i Clyde's New York Charleston and FloridaStsarnship I 15s Dated". this n 2nd-day of February, .\. D.JAMKS .

    printed blanks of condolence, I M. r. POOL,
    COngratulation, inability to meet "that i Administrator: of the state of :Sarah F.

    note'.y" arrest for fugitive, elopers and the Real Estate I :2.rine.: I WtHltr}; di-cea:-ed, and guardian of
    : ew York Press Dealers ; I William W( oln" minor.
    ." "E\"ery Day I The Elegant Steamers of this Line are appointed to sale --- --- ------- ,- a-- -

    I FROM JACKSONVILLE j Articles of Incorporation of- -
    Lake Worth Dade Co., Tlu. : ,

    A A Itaby Heater's Dam.h I SEMIXOLE, (New) ......................... ................. Thursday, May :'id, 10:00 a In .; the Railway Halifax Company.Be and Indian. River -

    cull e professor in Maine tells how Lake Worth Florida is the most tropical part of,
    l'ere' (.miHvd a friendavers who did not be- 22 the miles State.long It,lies of an parallel average with width the ocean of one beach mile,, is is SEMIXOLE, (New)........................ ................. Thursday, May 17th, 8:30 p am'' hereto it,known have formed that we and whose organized name,are and subscribed l 1'1 thh'prel'ents

    loalu tHat 1 k could build dams. He connected with the ocean by; an inlet, and is no- CHEROKEE, (New)............. .................. ........... Thursday, May 24th, 3:00 p m do form and organize ourselves into a
    ; .+ I ball\ beater off a hunter one where over three-quarters of a mile from the ocean. i SEMIXOLE, (New)............................................ Thur day, May 31st, 8:30 a in !'i I corporation under the ro\iMona of an actor th...
    :l1" +f.t llt it The fiishing and hunting cannot be excelled, pompano I Legislature of theUte: (it Ilondd. approved July
    : to his skeptical friend. blue fish J i 1'J. 18:". entitled "an act to
    ; sea trout, barracuta, bbeephead and FROM: F7Er.N1'1NDINA: : rovide in general law
    Uxrame> a great pet in the other fine fish being easily caught by; trolling or 1 tor the incorporation of railroad and caualx. and
    u.4.. but lumed no signs of with a net. Deer and wild turkey are plentiful in ; Every Sunday AfternoonAfter I, any acts of said legislature amendatory thereto
    buid'iutiis wanting the pine woods beyond the chain of fresh water i i I for tile I.urpoil" of constructing. maintaining and
    lwkv until one Monday morning a lakes which lie west of Lake Worth. Beautiful cocoanut ,i arrival of the 'I operating a railway for public use in the conveyance
    Y.Ilulful of water was"put the groves are in bearing all along the shores of of persons! and pr >j. 'rty.
    &.)r In the back kitchen. The the lake and guavas mangoes, sjp-idillos, alligator j, Florida Railway and Navigation Co.'s Train We adopt and accept said act and its amendment.
    + there beaveri pears. sugar apples. Spanish limes Jamaica apples, j i t as tb* charter of raid: corporation and in tonforni
    tro. ; he was only n baby then, tamarinds coffee goosberry trees maumee apples, ity th -rtt' male and -ijrn theM-artirle ifJcor Q-
    kIt i the moment he saw the water maumee sapotas, almonds dates, figs, oranges Leaving Jacksonville at :2:1": p. JU.YEI.SEE [!! ration. Th- namet aid corporation i" the Hal
    oo ZlnJ' nut of limes, lemons citron and all kinds of tropical fruits :i ifaz and Indian lm-r Itailway Company. Said rail.
    a crack in the he Sunday, Mar I 1'EIAS.i- ,. war ill to be ccnfctrutted.
    pail and flowers are doing finely here. This is the most I Sunday, May U th : maintained and operated
    1111""r. ,I irto the vardBought in a eastern part of Florida. being 1'X) miles eat of the, DELAWARE .hunday. May 13th I| LLLAWAKE Sunday, bray iTth j from the city' ot Daytona m Volusia county, to a
    1I P and i <'II longitude of Jacksonville This brings the Gulf j point on the Indian Ricer m Urevard county a
    : steam to sail from Pier
    I lInnce.lhuildin his dam. ers are appointed i 9. East J:1\'fr. New YOlk,
    I)" '1"r Stream nearer to the land here than at any other j i distance of about Joh.ty un Ie!'. Said railway will be
    latk trs called and watched the part of the coast and thus insures the most even' and : constructed and operated in the counties<< Volume
    dIuw. Every Tuesday Friday at o o'clock, P. M. and Lre\ard m the State of Florida
    Tory mucl! astonished by temperature of any place in the United States. A i
    wlat i I.' t in truck The ,, The capital flock;; of raid comjany i- MI hundred -
    large garden winter,
    rut accommodations
    !'awHe acreage every freight pa enprer are unsurpassed. Everattention will .
    yle l llti'I! kit gave orders to have'tax I from 15,000 to:::U.IIO. bushel: i-f t-arly tomatoes beJ J girth Lu inc entrusted tolhiline.. Le tliotuand dollars ii? .O'.','d'). dinded Uitu _n
    L there, and the industrious jug grown reij year Lich l.r.H: n"ota $1.:0: to Direct all shipment from New York via Clyde' Floritla Line, Pier20, East Kiver. thoul'anelIoL.&ru of one hundred dollars ".'b.
    t i1'1 at his work four weeks $;;.(10 J'< r bu&l.fl. lion hct.>'.,. fi:"H'h &1. ""t.fF For further information apply to lh directors cf said (company who shall manic* w
    *!? !he had built ', ;>. are t\eniei.t.. Lots (Or t\l .MZI" and> J. A. :'TE.Ugent., .J. .\. LESLIE, Asent, ,: its affairs for the first year hr until their successors
    the lJail.| a solid Jam all around .-...urea t.y the abo\e tirrj. who'ave almost all of FernwdinFla. s.I'i W. Hay Jackonille, Fla. :i;i are chosen are five in number, and their tamraand
    TIle I'080'' "* friend l 'lic>riv toe best land to tell Parties bujiugnow will 1U a 'TII EU. l;. KGLi:: :. TnilHc Manager'M.. P. CLYDE .t CO., GFX'L .HiT:;., i, places of residence are &" follow:
    ::: that beavers know a thing "t" two short time, more than double the purchase money. :35 liroadway, X. Y. 12: South tt'harves,1'Ililadelphia, ?.> Broadway, N. Y. j FKANK UTI1Y J.Ay..Ul'WHITE.!;. New Uriuoiwl, .
    d:1U1 Lots range from 5 to 10 acres all fronting on Lake F. 51. IKOXMOXUEIs: Jr., General Traveling Ageut, Jacksonville. Florida. i I. 1U.rna.VII.LI.UI .
    h, uildiug.PittsUrS: Dis- Worth. Prices from !30 to $3t O an acrt'nyon I, \ II WATSON. J.ukttln1'iUe.KUl'.tI4 : .. .
    wishing, further information enclose stamp to the ;i I Since last season VENTILATORS have teen constructed on the iron steamers for the j U CAUTEi:,
    above firm. better cf JOHN T. SALTER' New-.Tork City.
    transrcrlatior :: Granges end Vegetables. !
    I March 1:. ls?? ..50:10.THE .




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    "I:CI.\ (., COLI'M: -Mr. Jos. Dickson, of Rockledge, was I;j I -The Pioneer Cooperage, at LaGrange PO 1: St 1 J.:. j| Indian River

    an arrival on the steamer Rockledge, on | has just received a car-load of A A tract of land on Indian hirer in the j. Bakery
    L4cala.h'ertl'"in2 ins UoJ in tlu column for five county of Brevard. consisting i : lit SS ,
    Xo. 1 and the proprietor. .. ,
    ._ .
    { staves, \\ ,
    <'ftIt-l"'r Inifach insertion. No charge made for Tuesday evening cypress acres: it beini: lot X o. .';. and south halt 1 : t ? \\nil, .
    J than tX I <*f>tIX ,-. Mr. T. Johnson i is prepared to put up ; TITUSVILLE.
    **p :1"
    -Mr. Leon Vann, of Haulover, ex- j of the northeast: quarter of section ), j FLORIDA.
    )K :Xdav we will oft-r 10 acre of rich ham i, p'cttu run Minnehaha in our 4th of : tanks and barrels in the best: shape and and lot No .*>. being;. the southwest 'luar- I Fresh Bread, Cakes and
    mack land. fronting 1C rod <*u Lak Worth on the Confectioner
    rait side oram" and in the center of the sfttletuent I j July] Regatta. I| a* cheap as the cheapest. Tom says that ter of the northwest quarter i.f section '> !"tai.t.n: hatuiHUSTON. ,
    -a Lf'-aut.fnl bullnur Fite and a e Conductor Towns is the most accommodating
    vtrttnent, for *3.WHJ( Fall un or address, Portor F I> -:\ S. II. Ray has just received a''i east. This i":1 very de-irable: piece ot j : riJKNril.: : 4;a\l 11.\'I "v\h'
    Itotter Lake Worth. Dade'''UlIt\. .Tla 4 man he has met for a long time- suitable'' :Mll.K 1UE.llt1.1111:
    hammock soil of rich
    -- -- ----- quality :
    --- large refrigerator in which he : :
    I propoesto
    LOCAL MC'OMCS.Mr. : he was kind enough to deliver his cypress for the raising;. uf all tropical fruit Ix TO i 'IJWI:.
    I keep butter, etc., on ice after this. -! I IIc. i i '! l";&rtie*, Ball.. l"' ,':i'r.a f,
    staves right in hiTom's) field. i i situated at the Narrows near Kiur pllt- care and att 'nt., r. \.u.. .r w It. '*"

    Wm. Jam-. of Cocoa, was in j Opening of new Episcopal church at I -:\ II. S. Ming, who has: been Conductor | office. \\ llell cheap for ca-h. For ,I 1Illtl'1\.I:. 1\- ra'-. :". it\.i-Ite". ,tr, .'il.. .

    town on Sunday. I eight o'clock this (Thursday) evening. particulars :Hllrl'E. Special Prices for Hotels, Restaurants
    Indian River division during ,ttc.
    on ,
    )l. }.( )' i
    Invitation to be is extended to ; Ci. .ll/ritr.i:.
    Point in present I 1'roprlttor.
    -Dr. Holme.-, City was '
    the past winter season, has been appointed [ .t Urockton. Mass.INDIAN .

    town on Tue-day.: all. general superintendent of the ---- -- .1. ruiTuiia, I'",, -jol HI.u .

    _'Hie STAR may lx obtained at Mr.Sray's. Episcopal church en'ice'wi1l be Jacksonville and Mayport Railway and RIVER ART GALLERY '. :\1. IIM\\\ t, :

    < next to drug store. i held this evening, at the new church, Navigation Company.. Mr. Ming is an INDIAN RIVER

    -Quite a largehark wa- caught at at eight o'clock. Bishop Weed will be old experienced railroad man, having BAI.

    t \VagerVvharf on Sunday.Messrs. I pre!'cnt. Leer connected with several of our I P1CKKXS: TTHNKHIs '1'itu.t"" lilt'_ "lul'lda.

    -\Irs. Carlisle, the mother of Conductor Florida roads in different capacities and A GENERAL BANKING
    Ender and Harkco: ale have i i 1'll OlOJI/ll ei'" BUSINESS TRij
    Carlisle of the Indian River in his
    will doubtless]
    giveatifaction: SACTED.
    the sloop Emily :S. hauled out for repairs. I
    division has been at the Titus now prepared to do anything in the '
    stopping I new position.At: U\rliini- Iwiuirlit an.loM. -j.. (11 ..
    Picture ]line. pruutpttttrnti.'i <:1\ tocollittioiiN,
    "- I.' "
    week. I
    House during the past the Fourth of July Regatta ii"'ir >iuitil l on ih-t nioi:':.t;':iin ...lN '"
    -Mr. I..1. Gingraof Ilockledge, milk., ( .. ,. "."
    Views on Fast Coast and Indian River l: 'orpul'atit.u- Indic ii'u n- |I' ,
    Wilson the at
    -Captain postmaster :ports meetingheld Monday evening, .
    was in town on :Monday, and gave us a a Specialty.} ;, i-st on turndcpoMt-
    Canaveral, arrived in town from the it was learned that sufficient funds had
    ,-hort call. S i 1OOOOC) TO LOAN
    Has the Authorized PHOTtMH\1'1I !
    Haulover where he had been of only
    yesterday! been raised to a-ure the I
    -Fine trout and ba--, from the Haul- or Pinis-innxT; ('LivEI.ANIi.INI' PARTY !; (hi rirtdJl':111.t:1h'.
    the guest of Mr. Chas. Nauman. the Fourth, but a little more is needed
    that has been made < their
    over, are brought to this place regularly : ever Jdurin: ; :
    -Titusville was without ice from last to make the regatta what it should bea I travels. Orders by mail receive prompt .\hUl1l'l'- I1IUtUp".1 .ailuhh'' \'"li.t. : L
    during the week. I It augge-ted attention. -i'.Mimo.; _\pl'ro"l',1 bu-ui**-s l>;n,vr th-<...UMJ. '.
    Thursday until Monday, and our meat thorough success. was :: ;
    There will be a fi-h-fry and picnic at.Joncs' I Dr.itton all part.uf l.uropiUniiifs '.
    market and soda fountains were in bad that an entertainment be gotten up ,
    A A. M. Hamilton & Co. ; tloiMat JI"II\'ilt.-i r II'-
    Point on Saturday, shape without this necessary article in for the benefit of the cause, and the I i:\,,r>' I.i\or, iHHiixtinth ,?:...,,;

    1 pleasant time is anticipated. hot weather. matter was left in the hands of the chair- TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA, 11:1ukin;.:, u''rrull). L\"aJ, ,I
    I .. .
    .. .
    Mrs. Harry We-on: of Palatka, arrived manIr.. Altree. It is l'UIIJUE': : T. iu nw .1".1..1'.Jlt'kuII'Uh' \ :, '
    probable an .
    -The winds have Ma.; Tit".t'alo..aro1! \
    recent southerly i:- in ; 'L I
    here Monday evening, to visit ] the Ikulk. New \ IIrk.
    on entertainment will be given about
    raised: the water in the river, and submerged ; I
    her mother-in-law, Mrs. A. 3[. Weson.We oth of June. Indianw"Ri ;i.h.
    and washed:. ashore a considerable II Oysters C. C. BAIGEJT: ,

    are pleased to learn that Mrs. quantity of river-grass. The :salt; wateris -The subject of opening an inlet at Contractor & Builder.

    Treutler, of Eau Gallic, who has been :slowly] killing it out.1Ve Pepper Haulover is again being agitated j ]1'1 Sl-[ I.\I \\OKTII, 1'\111-:: ( ... MX.

    ill for some time past, has recovered her that haveo decently, old ocean has shown a desire to Houses, of all kind-) built ntlur1.! .,
    are pleased to we
    former )health and strength this efiect by cutting away the ]bank on Green Turtle and Game. daya ;t'or on rontr.u-t. a..1"l.
    rood: a dentist in town. The work : done in any part nt the :'lat. ,,,?, '
    -\r care requested to state that Major the ocean side, and now it is estimated .
    shows that he uantutittl. \lS4t
    Dr. Houghton performs All onlris \\ ui airier prompt ami careful uttfiitiun I I work ;; a t.-w i ln.u- ">
    Allen is not retained none of the com I is no novice at dentistry, and his work that at a less] co-t than Slogan: ) inlet 10or i> \v hi'tlicr li\ ti-lt iiai>l>, I! fur sale, in total Im-atioii- at" It.ti: ::.k.pricr .

    : plainant's solicitors in the libel omit of gives entire satisfaction.For 70 feet wide] could be cut out. Tin- h __. Irtteror_1.I'r-01l.___: __ __ ._ __17_ ,: -) -:j.-. '_''.tII"!

    )[. S. .Tone-, I':-q.. \.-. the In anything in the line of groceries, TITUS HOUSE A. L. Hat Hi iV Son
    *. Indian riverif it remained open only I : ,
    the necessaries of the
    whether it be ::
    of South-: a few month- 1 t would remove the i t l I"I 11 I i'-::. It I'I
    ul child
    -\Tr Pearce ?: larder something nice to tickle the I
    or !
    Titusville Indian River Florida.
    4 grass which almu-t preventnaugalion: ,
    wife of :\lr..J. M. Pearceof
    portX.C., will find it at store. I
    palate, you DRY GOODS NOTIONS
    through Banana creek, and would make !
    steamer Ilockledge.] at tinplace
    Call and he moves into his new ,
    see ere .
    i: 9S. I'l un", Proprietor.Large
    fish If it would II I
    more plentiful. stayopen
    lat week. and i* stopping} atlr?. I \
    t Dccker's.Capt.. :store. it could he utilized for the planting Rooms Excellent Cui I\ Hardware, Crockery. Saddlery.
    Me-srs. Oliver and Budge wish to and growing of oy ters.r c hope to -ee I Airy ; !1 Stationery. Family Medi-
    ;'' sine.
    Pritchaid's colored servant, their and the I : cines Garden SetJs.
    announce to patrons peopleof the project pushed ahead. ,
    JulLi, can throw a cast-net with moregrace I I
    Indian River that still in the I
    they are --- ThioiH'llkltllwn: llou-e: is: noUPl'Jl
    and eflectivenc-s than most of our and the for the : CHOICE GROCERIES,
    lumber business are selling very i j uciption ot guestk : -
    crack fishermen. She catches: the mullet l cst Georgia pine lumber at the lowest GREAT REDUCTIONS. ;i| Hay, Corn, Mapes Fertilizers.

    every time. rate \\'ritethem for what you want.A I AM I determined to reduce my stoc )I GRAND VIEW HOTEL ('.'1',. ofl\T.. 1'LOIt11)t.EACOTT .

    Several children in Mr. IJranning's correspondent of ours down the and make some sweeping reductions in, I ,' --

    family have been quite sick this week, river inquires if we know of anythingthat prices of good*, already Mild close, for I TITUSVILLE, FLA. i iI & Co.
    hut with careful attention from Dr. Wil- ,
    will destroy: silver-bug ? desiringan cash down. Good for (GO days only. If'I I
    lou and good nursing; they are noon columns. If I -II--- Tin 111.i.I:. I'M..
    answer through our any you wish to -ave a little to tide you overtime
    the way to recovery. of readers acquainted with Tie most centrally locate! Hotel in City ;
    our arc a the summer dullness, call and invest j jNEW TIN & SHEETJRON WORKERS

    -The -loop :\lar.1. Lewis, arrived in remedy we would be pleased to hear from at once. It will pay to lay in a good t

    town, Monday, with a cargo of 5,1100pineapple them. supply.
    Mt )USE. FIKr-T-CIASS: | (;TTTKKIM:, KOOFIM()() ;,
    Wavcland. This is the
    from -Mr. S. H. Ray has purchased the Best quality, full weight,:;lb. tomatoes: EVERY: Il-: 1'h.CT. I

    first arrival, and i* quite early in the I stock of Messrs. Reed and :Stecre from ..................1........................... 12Jc.: Fn..ur-I ./U/nuf/urtn 4 "/ fin;

    set'on. Mr. S. II. Ray purchased them. the as-ignee, Mr. Robert Morrow. Mr. Choice -sugar corn, former price : Open all the year round. Table mr.BalyanizeJWori&RepairiiofifllliiiJs

    I :20 ct-., at................................. loe.Evap. pa-ed. Bath Rooms: Tree.Knit's. I .
    -Mr.V.. II. Tancre, and his sonV., Ray has also purchased an additional
    I apples: ......................... 12c.Kvap. S"..!.:)o Jv &S.OO 111' H: J.FpjiriAL i iI d .
    arrived here
    S. Tancre Ankona, on him
    of goods at low figures:;, enabling to I I
    former price :;Oct*. _Ic.
    :Monday in the new sloop built for Mr. compete with city prices, and anyone ]pear HATErin WI.IK. .
    vap..lpricots, : s.. .. near ICiirr.
    Tml'fC, jr., by the nc.oi'y: IJros. :Ir.r.. desiring goods in his line will save money Dried apples, ? 12k't, $c. -J. A. .. Proprietor.. iiI ;
    II. Tancre left ye-ter ay for Huntsville him a call. ?
    by giving
    Dried peaches,....................... 8c.
    Alabama. -Miss Emma Straw-bridge, ofIel: A lot of cranberry sauce, nice good-, I ROBBINS & GRAHAM

    -\Irs. He-tall, who for the past month h Innirne, came up, on the steamer Rock- former price nets, at................. :!."c.olb. ,

    has been visiting i Mr. and Mrs. Jarvis, of ledge, on Monday, since which tinie he buckets jellies................. GOc.flb. ..-IL.'._,)

    Cocoa, and Mr. and. MrJ.. O. Walton, has been the guest of Capt. and Mrs preserves, jams, and butters, r

    of Man Gallic returned to Titusville<; former price:$ a1..................... .:ic.
    Ca Miss
    :':-idy. Straw-bridge, accompanied AGENTS.
    Two gal. bktpickle*, former priceS REAL ESTATE BROKERS & LOAN

    Tticsdav evening, looking much better by )Ir-. Cassidy, will return to Melbourne 1>;.3, at.................................. $1.25.: ;
    after her trip. I in the morning, and in about a 201L.< kit mackerel, former price .... .. .

    -Two excursion parties visited the fortnight's time she expects to return $2.00, at................................. $1.50. (

    Haulover on Sunday and had a fine north. numerous Reductsons to mention.On on many. other goods too LANDS BOUGHT AND SOLD.

    time. The only trouble experienced was Mr. Hutchhison and Mrs. Walker
    : winter or dark styles] of calicoes cent.
    Loans Negotiated on First Class Security at from 12 to 24 per
    in coming out of the wept channel after daughter, started for Trenton, N. J., goods worth 7c. and ;Sc.\ will sell for ;c.

    darkne-s had set in. dome of the Now lay in tock for fall and winter. Choice ]IINI *'r
    i party lost Saturday morning. Mr. Hutchinson lots: in rapidly ;growing; Towns! will net invt-tor-: }

    returned considerably sunburnt. will stop the work on his new hotel Reduction, sweeping, in fancy colored cent. in twelve monthReidem -.
    shirts and wool over shirts.
    Some of our Banana River residents until his return, in about three months Reductions in clothing, hats, shoes and I : lots: in Titu-ville from 820 up to SHHM>

    prefer going round the south point of I IIcrritt" This will give the building a chance to many other goodS.Demember Business:: lots from $:'.">0 to .*.t4.1<

    :\ : Island, facing Eau Gallic, instead settle on the foundation before plastering a dollar saved is; a dollar

    of coming through the creek to inside and coating the outside with made.My stock is too large and must be re- Agents for Florida Southern Railway Lands.

    Titusville It takes longer time, but the a preparation in imitation of stone. duced. I

    frhoal and i i. obviated.Mr. More than ::1.000.000l'rc of located ntarh7
    water grass -Mr. E. L. Brady's new store ha been Yours truly, .- Choice Lands, ill ..
    in the State suitable] for Fruit and V I -_'t U'! ':
    -: Fred Valentine returned from rushed almost to completion, and he will GEO. B. RUMPH. county arming Grazing.
    xchool on Thursday last, and left for his move in within a few days, when Messr T Don'l Growing-Pine, Cypress:: and Cedar Timber 11rieS1 per .hn'

    home, Melbourne, on Friday morning. upward .
    Oliver and Budge will then occupy his let that cold of You thinkit
    yours run on.
    Fred's mother will be remembered a* the Messrs. Oliver and P. O. Box 2oO Titusville, Florida.A. .
    present store. Budge is a light thing But it may run into

    most kind and genial of hostesses when have added an annex to the new quarter catarrh, or pneumonia, or consumption.
    the Eau Gallic and Melbourne KimetClub Catarrh is digu-tihg: pneumonia is dangerous -
    they are about to -size :.ix:1U-: GRAHAM.
    occupy S.
    consumption is death itself. The A. STEWART, GEO. M. BOBBINS, WALTER ;
    was in the ascendant.The ; I'
    and tin gives them over 3,000
    square be Clerk Circuit Court.
    breathing apparatus must kept healthyand Atty. at Ijiw.
    Jacksonville evening paper, thcJItf"lJItTi. I feet of floor space for their stock of hard clear uf all obstructions and offensive I

    ", of last Saturday: states that a i ware, doors, sash, etc. i matter. Otherwi-e there i is trouble COMPAEConiplcfe
    ahead. All]) the diseases of these parts, ;BREVARD ABSTRACT OF TITLE
    stock company has been formed with a I -The work of the contractor on the !
    throat bronchial tubes
    head, nose, and
    capital of $:ClIftClI< <>0, to build a railroad Ep5-copal Church has been be I '
    I' new com lungs, can delightfully and entirely Alisfracts of Title fiiniislied"" to all IsmtN In IUt'al'd
    from Jupiter to I.akeIrth, and to put pleted, and Bishop: Weed is expected to cured by the use of Bo ch'e's German count)', l"lorila.

    boats on the river connecting Jupiter I arrive on this (Thursday) evening'strain I Syrup. If you don't know this already,
    with Titu-villc and intermediate I thousands and thou=ands: of people can i Titles Perfected.
    points. to confirm the members of the Examined and
    pre- tell you. They have been cured by it,
    -Mr. Foster at the ice factory, met paratory confirmation- Mr. Decker',' and know how it is theni-clves. Bottle I' Box 250 Titusville Fla.

    with the misfortune of having a drop or i has completed the work in the time specified only] 7"; cent Ak any druggit.UOX'T i ,

    tuof liquid ammonia :*trike.him in the i. in the contract, and now the work i J! V'V AR.NING1: I 1 W'ECALL THEATTENTIONOf

    eye, one day last week. while diconnectinjj ': of paintingeating, and placing windows ',

    some of the pipeand wa laid I will follow next. BE DECEIVED I'.Y COMMISSION': I
    '* m the N'>rtu ad\'trtl'mg to pay large the people of Indian River to our stock of 0011(!K
    for two :1I.uckih'. the ammonia .did -Col. I). II. Elliot'ark arrived pncf- fir IIio()*. Fur and Sinn but sell yourjioods I which .
    on we are offering at close margin.We
    at hoae For highest! pares ship them to I very
    not injure the sight i but the eye was extremely :; the train Monday evening, and on the i make a specialty of
    C. E. PONTIER & Co.
    : f i
    painful.In ; train the Colonel and hi.
    same party, -
    Orlando, Fla., box a':': : or Tampa, Fla., i
    our report of the entertainmentfor I who are bound for Sebastian. The ark box am o. | Groceries Grain Hay and Floor

    the Ivnc-fit of the Kpi-copal Church. ia comical :sight. for Indian River, beingin ; WANTED To BUY I ,

    we forgot to mention the tableau of model a scow intensified. Its length (111.1,001Green., Salted -i

    .' Rock of Ages," per-unif etl by Mi-s DeCantillon I i i.* about twenty feet with seven feet : ALLIGATOR SKINS. On whichc will give special I.inducements.Ve cam a largtltl'K C

    Ronald clinging. to a snow- t beam and is intended only] for comfort: HERON PLUMES GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS, BOOTS AND SHOES, HATS AND CAPS, H :

    white cro< imbedded in a mound of : of camping in. With the ark were a lot j I AND BIRD SKINS OF ALL KINDS find it great !
    Which we are offering at low figures. Those needing !shoes will
    coqnina. The effect wa beautiful, and : of surveyor's instruments, pipes and other bought H..ftrt'nceFlrst in pea-on. National Quotation Back sent of on Tampa.application.For their interest;: to give us a call as we are selling shoe very low-

    3Iis'Ronald acquitted herself with great j! tools ; but the object of the expeditionseem !!' further POXTIEKxCO information. Orlando.cull on or Fla.address. Box 3 C.:7.E. We will be pleaded to quote prices at any time.

    credit. to be carefully kept a secret. or Tai-.pA. Fla. Box Zu 23-f m E. L. BRADcPo :aRO8 -