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Title: The Florida star
Uniform Title: Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Star
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: S.W. Harmon
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: January 3, 1889
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
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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).
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Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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rj VOL. IX. TITUSVILLE, FLA., THURSDAY, JAN. 3, 1889. NO. 37.

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f'" Melbourne. Mr.'Fred Houston has moved into the Christmas at Tropic. Yankees, whose only] green trees in win- Eau Gallic.

't'.." )Ir. Smith's oyster house is nearly Seward cottage. "The nhIltsl1all be turned into gladness:;, ter time are pines and cedars. The great )[rs. Treutler was unwell for a few

completed. "Our worthy P. M.," Mr. C. J. Hector, And the cares which infest the day tree nearly filled the room, and from days, but is about again as usual. _

t. hear is be has moved the postoffice into the drug- Shall fold their tents like the Arabs: every limb and twig there hung a
Carleton, we to opened pre
;j The And as silently steal away. 3Ir. J. 0. Walton is adding improve-,
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, the first of January.Miss store, and Mr. Stewart will hereafter act Preston Jfc lfillan. sent ; and the light of scores of candles :
his
''' J on meats to house and land on the Eau
.., as deputy P. M. that were interspersed amongst the foliage -
Allen has had a large number The members of the happy and prosperous Gallic river.
Rev. J. N. 3Iulford was reflected back from numberless
and his
estimable
. of orange and other trees planted on community at the southern end The steamer Kathleen made the usual
wife, we are pleased to hear, will be in bright ribbons, glittering cups and vases,
of
3Ierritt's Island] had resolved themselves -
her lots. trip to Melbourne and return Saturday
and on -
Florida this painted toY8.nd what a crowd of
week but pleasure is
our
Thecaudy pull at the "Idylew -Ide" wasa into a cotnmittee-of the-whole, last.
'I 1 1I 1I 1j 1t 1I lessened by the fact that )Ir. Mulfordhas ] happy children stood under those outspreading -
I and agreed to meet at the residence of
all present say they enjoyed .
great success : boughs. Four of the C3pt.r. Treutler, of the Treutler
accepted a call to Lake Worth. We party
J. T.
Capt. Stewart, on Christmas Eve
,
immensely.
it can but envy them. were selected to distribute the presents, House, returned from our county townon
and have Christmas music and
Miss Iattie Dickens, of Enterprise, a tree, and though they were by no means slow Saturday last.
Mr.
R. S. Dickens has received his dancing, ,and other festivities.;
ap-
has been visiting her brothers; the genial about it, it was an hour before the tree Christmas and New Years' vacationis
pointment as railway postal clerk vice Your correspondent, 6 recluse, his
purser of the Kockledgc, and mail was stripped, of its pretty fruit being enjoyed by the school children
.
Mr. W. S. Dickens .
resigned. We hearit hermitage being a beautiful grove of >f-t* **r* -
agent on the lower route. As soon as the last gift was handed'to in'our settlement.Some ,
% rumored that Mr. Dickens will also be palms on a lovely cove, approachableonly

We are much pleased to chronicle a purser of the St. Lucie when she arrives. by water, while at Tropic a few its happy owner, the tree was removed of our ;young people enjoyed a

decided improvement in :Miss: White's Your friends congratulate you Mr. Dick- weeks ago: received a very pressing invi- from its place by eager hands and dragged very pleasant time at )Ir. J. T. Stewart'',

know how to sympathizewith : into the yard, and the floor swept 3Icrritt's
caseWe Island Christmas
Eve.
and on
ens, so most fcicerely does tation from )Ir. 3Ic3Iillan to come over
for the dancers. The Smith
any person suffering with rheuma Melbourncites much indebted to the entertainment. merry )Cr. and 3Irj:. and Miss Elsie Nesbitt
are very Bros'orchestra, of San; Sebastian, had
tism. to Mr. F. P. Ilassler for a charming "Now is the winter of our discontent, arrived in sailboat and of 31icco, spent Christmas Day at the

Miss Marsh, who accompanied. excursion to the beach on Jan. 1st. His Made glorious summer by this sun of of ladies and a soon a party residence of)Ir. Jno. E. )[. Hodgson.
gentlemen whisking
were
Phillips and family, has purchased a fine steam yacht, the Annie II. made York. about to their foot-bewitching music. The steamer Maggie Dillon, to be
John :
Casper. ;
bluff lot and will build a small house several and used in connection with the Treutler
trips to from the beach laden At twelve o'clock the
We hear Mr. Hays will do the According to the almanacs this is compauJbroke
thereon. with House has been
placed in readiness for
happy people, young and old. ,
up, or perhaps, more properly speaking,
work. About fifty people attended, bent on hav- mid-winter, although a person born and adjourned Mr. inspection, and will be put into commission -
to meet at Bryan's the
'Messrs. James T. Hogg and John ing a good time, and they had it. Re- reared beyond the northern boundary of following night. shortly.
:
Rose left us last week, Mr. Hogg for freshments were abundant and the day Florida can hardly realize it. The But where oh where was The tine schooner, Queen, Captain

Sew York and Mr. Rose for Jacksonville and the and flower gardens are a mass of blooms,and '
company pleasant, the surf 3IcFadden, master and owner, has been
the vegetable gardens filled with "The glad wine to gladden 1 souls
first and perhaps Savannah or bathing delightful. Think of that ye are Mantling in Beotian bowls] our thoroughly o"erhauled.and. painted,
thrifty plants.
Birmingham, after. New Yorkers shivering with your 22 be- which, together with the new top ham-

Beautiful weather, like northern low; surf bathing on Jan. 1st, and ladies James Stuart was Duke of York two that )Ir. Creech aluded to when he invited per just placed] into position, makes the

bare-headed hundred years ago. There was to be an me over to participate in the festi
spring. Mocking birds singing, roses walking just at evening. vessel second to none on Indian River

and other flowers in bloom. Mrs Ely We were sorry to see in town on entertainment at James Stewart's on vities. As I haven't left Tropic :yet I for speed or comfort, barring Captain

had a passion flower in bloom last week, Christmas day Mr. J. E. Chapin and Christmas Eve; and one day, when the will go to his house and interview Fischer's schooner, Ellic, which should

the fragrant white variety. family, of Malabar, on their way to Columbia hermit was at the postoffice, the Assist- him on the subject. Just wait a min- be seen- to be admired. %
ant-Postmaster, 3Ir. Casper, invited him
Jlr. Add Morrison come down on Saturday S. C. Mr. Chapin':; busy life finds and Jim's with ute. _.Jt- Truth.
I to come over o
go uj.
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the quiet of ] I 'J ..
a pene-apple plantation
night from llockledgc and pro too them and have a good time. I
ceeded down the river Tuesday morning much of a good thing and goes to resume Upon being questioned, )Ir. Creech Aiilcouu.: .

bound for l.akeY orth, to finish active industry aain."r c hope the The\Vhyuniversal nimble spirits plodding of the poisons esturies.up" said he was not the author of t.e lines Capt. Thos. E.Richards, of Eden, wasa

the residence of Mr. McCormick. new departure made on the great I holiday Tom Snell. attributed to him; he was merely quoting pleasant caller recently.A .

I of the Christian orld may indicatefor ; from old Anacreon, a Greek poet, strong and united pull will soon secure -
Rev. Mr. Dilley returned from his It rather warmed up the old hermit'she3rt
him and his ftiuily a long continuedera who lived six hundred years before for us a much-needed means of
northern trip Thursday night and when he received third invita-
on a culture for our children-a good school.
of prosperity and happiness. Christ was born. Two thousand five
conducted service in the M. E. Church They tion, this time from )Ir. J. T. Such)), to Santa Claus made his appearance on
will be sadly missed at Malabar.] I hundred ;years ago! Just think of it;
Sabbath morning. Mr. Dilley looksas come over to take part in the festivities. that 'time-honored occasion. Yet we
it almost '
makes your unhappy correspondent -
. if the journey had been beneficial and Thursday night's steamer brought I "If all the ;year were playing] holidays, forget! his cruel disappointment heard no sleigh-bells tinkling. '

and is as smiling and as cordial as ever. Mrs. II. E. Cummings, )Ir Wheeler] To sport would be as tedious as to work ; J. S. Keck came over from his home-

Miss Grace Cummings, of Englishville, But when they seldom come, they wished concerning the "thistle-dew.
; stead to the with friends
A peep into :\1 Stewart's drugstore I spend holidays
And look the lines
Mich. Mr. for come, now as over towhich'
Fred Wheeler of Grand
ihows that Christmas trade must have and relations at Bay wood Cottage. '
And nothing pleaseth by trareaccidents. Gus Snell'name is appended,
. Rapids, Mich., Id1 r. Townsd, late Rev. J. J.,. Guinther of Fla.
I been pretty good with him. Nearly all David Bryan. I remember having heard them before, Driole ,

the choice goods, plush sets, etc., are from England. The party remained only Thosean, the Concord philosopher, not only once but repeatedly ; they are writes that he expects to conduct divine
long enough call few friends and
to on a services Ankona in the future.
gone. The show cases which arrived had a bean-field of his own planting on snatches from Bradbury's old oratorioof at near

lastweek add greatly to the appearanceof proceeded across the river to Melbourne the shores of Walden] Pond. )Ir. Bryan "Queen Esther." Disappointmentfollows Chas. S. Moore, of Eden purposes mak-
Beach where Mrs. Cummings has been
his store. has one on the chores of the Banana, disappointmentI ing extensive improvements soon on his
having land cleared for site for
a but here the parallel ends. At the time recent purchase about a mile up the river.
Mr. L. C. Oliver was in town again house Lumber have several tiiries intimated to Mr.
etc. was immediately when 3Ir. Bryan was hoeing in his bean- Mr. Thomas Taurman expects soon to
last week acting Captain amLPilot of McMillan, at whose house I am stop-

his fast boat Cleo. lIe has been very telegraphed for and by Monday morninga field, when he stopped the hermit who ping while I write this report, that & welcome his uncle, the Hon. Reynolds,

successful so far and made excellent beginning will be made on a commodious was rowing by, and told him that he writer cannot do himself justice who of Lynchburg, Va., to his hospitable
residence We hear others will
time fully equal to the best the boat has would be pleased to see him at 3Ir. has only] cold water to drink, but he is home.A '
follow The Melbourne Beach
hitherto made. Capt. Jarvis, of Cocoa, people soon. business. Stewart's, Christmas Eve, the shores of perfectly indifferent to all my hints. .' 3ir. Henry, of North Carolina, was
mean Walden Pond frozen harder than looking over the neighborhood duringthe
also gave us a call. were That jolly, old dramatic writer, Crea-
The Christmas-tree and exercises of the picturesque rock that line the shores week with a view to making this his -
Messrs. Alexander's steamer is a tinus, who wrote plays, in Anthens, five
the Methodist Church, on Christmas of this end of 3Ierritt's Island. permanent home. We hope he will de-
hundred before Christ knew that
staunch little craft and not little years ,
so very
Eve attracted a numerous company, the cide to join our pleasant community.The .
either, draws but little water and is pretty "Come, haste to the banquet, there was no inspiration in cold water;
musical part of the entertainment rendered Haste, haste, haste! Blairstown, Iowa, correspondent of
hour and Horace, the Latin poet, who livedat
fast, making seven miles per by Mr. and Mrs. Beaujean, Mrs. Lon- I the Vinton Eagle, has the following item
about the time of Christ, fully
"frith ease.yo e expect in a year or two nen and Miss Grace Phillips was very More wine More wine! 3Iorewine !" agrees which will be of interest to AnkonapeopIe -
launches will be plentifulhere Gus Snell. with him. Horace says to a temperance
more, steam as fine. The loaded with of
tree presents : :Mr. and Mrs. R. Richardson contem-

, as in the Thousand Islands north. course was the great attraction. The As your correspondent landed at philosopher his day : plate spending the winter in Florida

W'e are much pleased to hear from declamations were well spoken. We have Tropic he fell in with 3Ir G. B. Snell, <;0 learned 3Inecenas, hear Cretinus with their daughter, Mrs. C. E. Chaffee.J. .

I Dr. DuBosc that the improvement in repeatedly heard the recitations of who said to him, "You must come over learn speak this, maxim from the gay rAnd old W. Stewart, of Chicago, who has a

1. his daughter's case is so great that he Misses Kitty Martin, Helen and Jennie and be with us at the Christmas tree Greek ; fine winter cottage here, writes that he

& hopes to be with us shortly. The Dr's. Miller, Masters Alex Goode and Willie and the dance." ")Ir. Snell," said I, No verse shall please or lasting honors may be expected early in January. Mr.

house is fully completed and awaits his EIJin night before and night after "it is related that the enchanting musicof gain Stewart is a man of means, social], enterprising ,
Which flows from
coming. The Florence brought into Christmas, and little Arthur Price, Orpheus'lute enticed foxes out of their coldly." waterdrinkingbrain. and cultured, and will be a

the creek a load of furniture for the specially commended. Christmas night holes and the squirrels down from the 3IOSELEY. welcomed addition to our population.

. Doctor's winter home. Santa Claus visitedjtheGoode: House and trees, and it is even said that the bushes .. OCCASIONAL.

Theoluntcer in loaded a fine tree with presents for all.A and rocks were drawn to him by his .
improvements Christmas Celebration.The .
Street"are nunibern of ivited guest were unable to at- sweet notes, but we are nowhere told Orange Market.
Drubbing and clearing on Front
a Many thanks tend oiwng to the heavy rain. Mrs. Glea- that he ever drew a hermit out of his Christmas celebration at the Pres- 31 r. G. S. Palmer, commission mer-
improvement.
great son and Messrs. W. II. Gleason and 31 c- retreat, so you can consider that your byterian Church, Titusville, last Sunday chant; 166 Read street, New York,sendsus
. are due to Messrs. L. K. Smith and C. J.
II the following of the New York
Hector Allister, of Eau Gallic, and others were mUSICIore- morning, was given in a most pleasingand report
who did the work unaided and orange market.:
alone; the palmetto roots probably fortunate enough to arrive before the ") wine 3IorewineJ More wine !r' entertaining manner. The rostrum NEW YORk, Dec.28,1888.I .

. storm. Santa proved to be a generousold had been previously neatly decorated am pleased to report our market
knowing the fate of their numerous corn- is more potent than that of the immortal -
absent with evergreens, and two hymns for the continues favorable on Florida oranges,
fellow
no one or present was
Pinions do not come out now nights to lute player.] Come? I'll come if younger scholars to aid in singing were especially russets. The supply is not

*" tap the unwaryed passer-by. Hope forgotten. it takes the mast out of the Parallelogram lettered on banners which stood equal to the demand and prices are
U. D'OsoIiu."Deestrict among
others) will go and do likewise. getting there; Old Neptune cannot the higher, but more particularly] for selected -
e evergreens. sizes, such as 176 and 200, for which
kick such in the but
. lr. Henry N. C. has SItulc." up a sea lagoon
.; Waynesboro, 3Ir. A. F. Williams presided at the 2.25 a DOX is readily obtained ; but for

! been down the river prospecting, has rc- The committe-men of Pumpkin-vine what" my little scow will have to bring organ, opening the service with a march. straight lines of fruit, in sound condi-

turned to Melbourne and is stopping at deestrict, No. G, have secured Master me. Aside from the excellent singing and the tion, 2.00 is about top Brights do not

the Goo de House. From what we )hear Jedediah Cleasbotom for the winter term "Ne'er shall that man my comrade be, move out as freely unless some concession -
address of the there
Superintendent, were in price is made. At present $3.00
, judge that Melbourne fared better of school, which commences Jan. 10th, Or drink a generous glass with me,
recitations classes Miss is extreme to Bulk of brightsin
Who o'er his bumpers brags: of scars: by ; a reading by quote.
f than many points much further south 18S9, at Wager's Opera House, Titusyille. Of noisy broils and mournful wars ; Katie Paddison, 'The Death of Sampson sound condition are selling at $2.50

,.4 in the late coolness:]tomatoes He is a man sound in body and intel- But welcome thou, congenial soul, ;" a few very appropriate remarksby per box. Much of the fruit arrivingis

{.. that seem to have never felt a cool lect, and not afraid to use the rod. And share my purse and drain my bowl, in bad order and irregularly packed,
Mr. Dale, one of the teachers and
I ; a and all such has to be placed with a
breath Who in social knot combine
t month and board. We canst
of air. Dr. Fee's Christmas 10
menu Wages per
I The Muse, good humor, love and wine." reading by Professor Schell, "The Burialof cheaper class] of buyers, unless repacked
1 eomprised fresh ripe strawberries, I hope the parents in the deestrict under Charley Creech. :\ ." and properly graded. We anticipate an

tring beans, ripe tomatoes taken that stand their duty and will be prepared to immediate falling off in receipts, and
.' daFfrom "Come and to Jim's withus The usual lessons were dispensed with, hope therefore to favorable market
their own grounds. give the new master a hearty welcome. over go up see a
r )Ir. and ," said Mr. Creech. The hermit and numerous cornucopias of candy, etc., continue.
Frank P. Hasslcr's steamer arrived Deacon Reminiscence Wayback, '
Mediterranean fruit is beginning to
were passed to the children, while the
xt made haste "The-Lair-
last week and went Titusville toJIleet Doctor Antediluvian Kicker, committeemen. to rcpbthat affect present prices.

Ming Hassler, who is now stopping Among-the-Wild-Cats" be tenent- Superintendent kindly remembered the Tangerines and Mandarins are in excess

P at the "Id y 1 eafiyldc c" 3Irs. ITs. pet greyhounds less Christmas Eve, and its owner wouldbe teachers, etc, with beautiful Christmas of the demand. Selling at about

WE must candidly say that the contri- with them at Capt. Stewart's." cards. former range of prices. Serious conces-
are a rare sight here, as one. old sion in price has to be made in order to
i. colored aunty expressed it "they's jist bution from our friend H. B. Archibald, There was a large and merry throng The attendance was a very large one, effect a sale of)Ian arins.

_. J' chillers, knows ert1llng you says to !I on our editorial page is one that we are gathered around the Christmas tree in comprising all the little folks in town There is a continuous good: demandfor

i.I eln." Tie shrill whistle of the Annie pleased to publish in our columns;, it Capt. Stewart's large front room that and most of the larger ones, and the anything in the line of vegetables

I **. i'set$ the wild echoes flying", as if II would do credit to many literary publi- night. And such a Christmas tree A growth and improvement of the school .. from the South, such "as snap-beans,

he!had a contract for that purpose. We cations of higher order. In short, its beautiful wild peach, with symetrically- and the reorganizing of the choir must cucumbers note only a, few peas,egg tomatoes plants,coming etc. We for- -

lee Mr. Craft is acting as engineer and I feeling; its composition; its appropriateness spreading branches. Think of it, ye be a great deal of pleasure and satis- ward, which are bringing'at the present

Be"rgin as pilot. is well.defined throughout. shivering Georgians, Carolinians and faction to teachers and Superintendent. time from $8,00 to $10.00 per barrel.I ).

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2 I' THE FLORIDA STAR, THURSDAY, JAN. 3, 1889.



Romance Outdone. What is this Disease That is L. C. OLIVER. F. TOLIVIER BUDGE

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SAN FRANCISCO, CaL, Dec. 28.-The : <&, BTJIDGOE!
thief it steals
New York World correspondent sends Like a at night up- ,

the following: on us unawares. The patients Dealers inGEORGIA

Robert Louis Stevenson, the novelist, I have pains about the chest and

who is soon expected back here from his sides, and sometimes in the back.
unsuccessful cruise for health among PINE LUMBER
They feel dull and sleepy ; themouth
the South Sea Islands, has been discussed ,
a good deal by the critics, but many has a bad taste, especiallyin

facts in regard to his personal history the morning. A sort of sticky SHINGLES AND LATHS.

have never been published. Stevensonfirst slime collects about the teeth. The .

came here about eight years ago to appetite is poor. There is a feel-
get married. His bride he had met in GrE ER..AL :BAR.D-VV AR..E
ing like a heavy load on-the stomach g
France when she was the wife of a Cali-

fornian. When Stevenson was taking ; sometimes a faint, all gone

that trip that bore fruit in his book, 'An sensation at the pit of the stomach Sash Doors and Blinds ; Stoves Tinware and Crockery."Refrigerators

Inland Voyage,*' he met in Paris Mrs. which food does not satisfy. The .

Samuel Osborne of San Francisco. She
,
are sunken, the hands and '
eyes
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came of Dutch parentage, her luaiden A1'TD OILS
feet become cold and clammy. After ,
name being Van Degrift, but she had

married \oang JSam::) u,borne, who was awhile a cough sets in, at first dry, Water Coolers Ice Cream Freezers

private secretary to senator Stanfordand but after a few months it is attended ,

somewhat cif a protege of the railroad with a greenish-colored expect- Screen Wire Screen Windows Screen-Wire Doors.

millionaire. She was a brilliant brunette oration. The patient feels tired ,
with the vivid coloring and many of the
tastes of a gypsy Her hus.and had all the while, and sle p does not POWDER AT NEW YORK PRICES.

gone with her on vacation, but he had seem to afford any rest. After a
been recalled on business, and she was
then staying with friends in the trench: time he becomes nervous, irritableand ,TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.
capital. She and Stevenson fell in love gloomy and has evil forebod-
at first sight. Their literary and per-
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sonal ta tes: ran in the same channels, ings. There is a giddiness, a sort TITUSVILLE TROPICAL AND SUB-TROPICAL FRUITS AND FLOWERS.

and the author spent much time in her of whirling sensation in the head Egyptian Queen Pine Slips.

company.Wiitn she left for home it was under- when rising up suddenly. The IjSTDI LjST I RIVER NURSERIES.

stood that she was to get a. divorce from bowels become costive ; the skin is FURNITURE STORE. Bone Meal, Tobacco Stems, Cotton-seed Meal, Cow Peas & Fertilizers.
her husband by j -eans of the easy processes -
of the Clifomicourts"and when dry and hot at times ; the blood CATALOGUE MAILED FREE. TERMS CASH.

this was accomplished Stevenson would becomes thick and stagnant ; the JOHN B. BEACH, Indian Hirer Nurseries, East Melbourne, Fla.
come out to the Golden btate and make
her his wife. Everything was carried whites of the eyes become tinged
out according to this programme. When .A.. Frosolier
with yellow the urine is scanty ,
;
Sam Osborne was told of the desire of his
wife he made no objection, but. like a and high-colored, depositing a sediment PROPRIETOR.
model American husband, gave his wife
There is
all the aid in his power. The result was after standing. JUST RECEIVED !
that she obtained her freedom. Then frequently a spitting up of the food,
the tidings were sent to the distant lover,
and he prepared to come "out into the sometimes with a sour taste and Parlor Suites A LINE OF SAMPLES FROM THE WELL-KNOWN FIRM OF
West" for his inamorata. sometimes a sweetish taste; this is I
in everything, Stevenson de-
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termin.d to take this trip in novel fash- frequently attended with palpita- Bed Room Suites i

ion. So he engaged passage in the steerage tion of the heart ; the vision becomes i JOS.J HEEDS' SONS
of one of the great ocean lines with C
the design of writing up his experiences.He impaired with spots before Beds Mattresses[ ,

ecured plenty of material, for*{hevojragc the eyes; there is a feeling of pros- I

was rough and he had a sorry tration and weakness. All of these PEIJLADELPEIJA:: : ,
who
time among the'emigrants, were
herded together like sheep. The experience symptoms are in turn present. It Springs, I

however, didn't cure him, as ne is thought that nearly one-third of From whom I have secured the agency for this part of the State for
took passage in an emigrant car and And everything in the FURNITUREline. I,
crossed the plains in that fashion. 1.his our population has this disease in
Call and
see the New Stock
the
than the
was worse steerage trip as
people were packed closer, and the jour- some of its varied forms. just received.

ney, owing to the many delays and slow that CLOTHING MADE-TO-ORDER.
It has been found physicianshave
tune, consumed two weeks. Keeps full supply of metallic and wooden i
When Stevenson reached San Francisco mistaken the cause of this
Coffins Cases and Caskets.
he sorry object. He had hack- ,
was a a
disease. Some have treated it for a
ing cough. spat blood, and had contracted Funerals attended if desired. All or- GIVE ME A CALL.
a trouble-ome skin disease from herd- liver complaint, others for kidney ders promptly executed, and at reasona- .

ing with unclean emigrant Foul air disease etc., etc., but none of these rates. Embalming done. 22
and poor food had reduced his strength,
and he was a semi-invalid. He was received kinds of treatment have been attended J" BIFI.JXrBA: U1\
however, with open arms. ..As609n I GREEN AND DRIED FRUITS, ,
with for it is
really
success;
as he was cleaned up by a series of '
sulphur baths and a trifle recovered constipation and dyspepsia. It is Foreign ami Domestic. TIT SVI LL E FLORIDA.
from the of the the ,
fatigue long
journey 'I
also found that Shaker Extract of
held. The remarkable feature
wedding was -
of it was that Sam Osborne was I Roots or Mother Seigel's Curative Seiser BFO Comp'y
present and gave away the bride, his ex- I'' ,
wife, with the heartiness of manner that Syrup, when properly prepared -
might have been expected in the most : will remove this disease in all its Agents for Bishop, Iloyt & Co's Hammock -
disinterested while he the Land Florida Oranges,
capped
person IRRIGATE IRRIGATE
climax of his performances by intioduc- I stages. Care must be taken howl Citra, Florida. !
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ing to the bride and groom a hand:one i I ever, to secure the genuine article.IT -:0-
and stylishly dressed young woman as ,i i
his attianced wife. I WILL SELL BETTER THAN COTTON. COMMISSION MERCHANDISE.
The marriage feast was and
very gay i The requistes of a Wind
good Engine
soon after it was over Stevenson went
with his bride to a deserted mining i i )Ir. John E. Hemptinstall, of Chu-

I camp on Howell mountain, in Napa lafirmee, Cloburn Co., Ala., writes; are POWER, LIGHT { RUXXISG, SELFSTRENGTH .
Special Attention Given Florida Fruits.
to hi: health. There "
county recuperate
I wife has been much heneI ,
"My so GOY E R x i x G .
he wrote the book which he called "The : V iO p TO WITH-
Silverado Squatters." He was then financially -I I fitted by Shaker Extract of Roots 28 X. Delaware Ave., and 29 Water St.

reduced and he had no reputationin STAXD STORMS, DIT- ABILITY, A SIMPLIlimonials .
Mother Curative Pa.
this country. His book on his Cali- SeigeFs Syrup Philadelphia,

fornia experiences went a-begging, and that she says she would :rather be CITY. _-_ "
leferences Seventh Nat'l. Lank Produce
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the editors it ;
finally Century published without of her food than with-
in seveial instalments. It n a curious part Nat'l. Bank; Mercantile Agencies Numbers of
fact that Osborne, to whose good nature !, out the medicine. It has done her I or any Produce House Philadelphia. tes- can b?
Stevenson indebted for his wife.
disappeared was shortly after his second more good than all the doctors and AGEFTS ran Day make profit SS.OO selling per our shown to prove the Kirkw ood,nndEn-

marriage. He dropped out of his old II 1 all other medicines put together. I _World ALBUMS.for low We prices.beat the A .4,
life and his old haunts here between two ICED .aLUSIi .aIlOTO,1nU ALBI'li.- gine posseses all these
days, and no one ever learned any trace would ride twenty miles to get it 8 x lO#, Embossed padded sides, *?oid edges,extension -
of"Mm. What the cause was also remained -I into the hands of any sufferer if he pictures clasp, sent holding for $1.00 32,pages retails of for Cabinet 82.25;bound and Card also
a mystery. The dashing in Japareese Morocco. illustrated
young eirculars FREE
can get it in no other I believe of the above and FINER
woman whom he wedded remained here ; way. -STYLE* O '- THE KIRKWOOD WIND ENGINE
for teveral mouths after Sam desertedher it will soon sell in this State Fonhf'e.1laklo,ALSOMS
when she, too packed up her be- I Cincinnati Ohio.
longings and departed as suddenly andas better than cotton.TESTIMONY double their money Is the Most Reliable, Durable, Lightest-running and Powerful Wind Engine in
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mysteriously as her spouse. To this R GltNTS Finished Pfllinsrour CorrugatedREFLECTING BRASS vented. Coupled with its symmetrical design and handsome appearance make *:
day neither of them has!= ever been seen I FROM TEXAS. 1 most desirable and economical for the purchaser.

or heard of by their old friends. SAFETY LAMP. MILLS, TANKS, TOWERS, PUMPS PIPING.
Here's a Christmas romance from real Mrs. S. E. Barton, of Varner, Can be sold in every family. Gives ,
life, with not one word of fiction. more Full sired hgnt than Lamp three sent ordinary by Express lamps.for Mill can be seen in operation at my place at Eden. Write for Illustrated Cats
Ripley Co., Mo., writes that she thirty Ct"Dtlll. We alo have the best logue,free. Address,

Roasted to Death. had been long afflicted with dyspepsia i stillingonI'ot Send for illustrated circulars in the U.to S. G. LOUTREL LUCAS EDW
FORSHEE& FLORID/l.-a-co.
and disease of the urinary McMAKIN.CincinnaU.Q .
NEW HAVEN, Conn., Dec. 27.-Mr?.
widow 75 cld organs and was cured by Shaker PORTER & POTTER
Harry Hepple a years ,was
burne 1 to death in her home on Grand Extract of Roots. Rev. J. J. McGuire Clyde's New York Charleston & Florida S. S. Line.

auenue this afternoon. About 1 o'clock I merchant., of the same place, ,

f Grocer Stein, who occupies the store ;I who sold Mrs. Barton the medicine, Real Estate Dealers
under the old lady's apartments, swelled I Magnificent Steamships of this Line are appointed to sail as follows:
f smoke. Ifushing upstairs he found Mrs. says he has sold it for four years Lake Worth, Dade Co., Fla. (Standard Time.)

Hoppje lying on her bed anl mass of and never knew it to fail.
Lake Worth, Florida is the most of From
tropical part
t ISTevvYork
flames. Hastily wrapping her up in the i the State. It lies parallel with the ocean Leach, is I I : for Jacksonville: ,
clothes he attempted to smother the I SHE WAS ALMOST DEAD.I :-H miles long. of au average width of one mile, iq I .
I flutes, and finally carried he out into I connected with the ocean by an inlet, and is noWhere i' InOQVOIS (new) Via Charleston.Friday, December Htb, 3 .a.SEMINOLE
over three-quarters of a mile from the direct...... IStb 3 .*.
street, where the was laid on the frozen was so low with dyspepsia that .Tuesday, December l'
The Fishing and hunting cannot be excelled, .1
grouu.1 and water thrown upon her. Be- III pano,blue fish,sea trout, barracuta,fheephead CHEROKEE via Charleston..Friday, December 21st, :3 p. IlL
fore a crowd of 000 people Samuel Kothjchild there was not a physician to be other. fine fish being easily caught by; trolling orJ. IROQUOIS, (new) direct.Tuesday, Decerobcr25tb, 3 p.*
and others Gripped the smoulder:! I found who could do anything with ith a net. Deer aud wild turkey are plentiful in SEMINOLE, via Charleston. Friday, December 2Stb, 3 p. JD.
wood beyond the chain of fresh water
her ; the pine
ing garments horn An old
person. i me. I had fluttering of the heart lakes which lie west of Lake Worth. Beautiful cocoanut From Jacksonville ailIROQUOIS
blanket was th'own over tier to hide her I groves are in bearing all along the shores o f : for jiSTew Y .
from the (curious 3zeof gaping:; crowd. and swimming of the head. One I the lake,and guavas mangoes, sapadillos. alligator (new lj'aCharfwton) .Wednesday December 19tb! *.30a.t1

Soon she : ec-ime unconse::; and died pears,sugar! apples, ,Spanish limes trees,Jamaica apples, SEMINOLE, via Charleston ........................ Sunday/December 23rd, &*a. tf
I read tamarinds, coffee goosberry maumee arrles.man ,
day called I
hos ital 3 clock. pamphlet
at tli at The flesh your CHEROKEE
i mee sapotas, almonds, dates, figs orange. via wrfwton.,.ThursdaV, December 27tb, 12 Ji4)O*
was bum d to a crisp: on her lambs and I "Life Among the Shakers,"which discribed limes lemons,citron and all kinds of tropical Iruit IROQUOIS (new) via Charleston.Sunday, December 30th, 2 p.ci
back. While making dinner her clothing ; and flowers are doing finely here. This is the most
caught tire she jumped into bed to my disease better than I I eastern part of Florida. being 100 miles ea"t of the From New York: for Fernanclina.
; longitude of Jacksonville. This brings the Gulf
/ smother the flames. They in turn took could myself. I tried the Shaker Stream nearer to the land here than at any otLer DELAWARE, big Charleston; .Tuesday. December IStb! 3 1'YEMASSEE E ;{
; and she roasted alive.
fire was .
and thus
, i Extract of Roots and kept on with temperature part cl the coast of any place in insures tLe United the most States.even A : via Charleston.............................Tuesday-, December) h,3 p I t
A dis:atch of yesterday from London : large acreagei. *put in garden truck every winter
says: The Stanley stones both from II it until to-day I rejoice in good I from 15,000 to 20.000 bushels of early tomatoes being From Fernandina for ISTcvr York.: (

Zanzibar and the west coast are becoming II 1. health. Mrs. M. E. Tinsley, Bre $ .O grown() per bnsheL every year Good, which hotels bring', stores from and$1.50!>ost-to DELAWARE, via Charleston........................Mo'nday (morning), Dere tuberItb t"

i. ; very doubtful. The only report that vier Muhlenburg Co. h offices are convenient. lots of all sizes and prices I YE\lASSEE, via Charleston........................Sunday (afternoon), 1Jet-e t.bernb
pow appears certain of confirmation! i3 3 secure d by the above firm, who have almost all oft
.behest land to fell Parties buying now will, in r For Information Regarding Freight and Passage, apply to
that reached Emin
Stanley but it is For sale all ,
by druggists address hoi time, more than double the purchase 't.
money 3. A. LESLIE.AgentJackaonvthe
feared that the particulars given of the s tots range from 5 to 10 acres,all fronting on Lake STEAD A5ent.Fernandira. ; T. a: IGU: :. Traffic !I&I1.tr. 3.i DreeixarNewFwt' l 1-
meeting, etc., are not reliab e. The special the proprietor, A. J."Thite, Limited -I Worth Prices from SCO: to $200 an acre. Anyone JOIN now.\p.D. GeD. Florida Traveling and JlCbClntl T.X t I
correspondents at Zanzibar are unable I 54 Warren St., New York. wishing further inicriuation enclose stamp to theabove G. F.-P.A... Jacksonville.WM.. Freight A.nt
to confirm the alleged detail. firm I-. CLTDE k Co., Gen'l Agents, J5 Broadway, Nett Tort.
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"I =-- The Panama CanaL NOTICE. I MALABAR ': CIGAR FACTORY.II. .

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'Six .
of. weeks after date I will apply to '
, P.&NAL'Dec.. Although hope ha* Ue! Honorable Minor S. Jones. County I C. Starck I Proprietor.
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revived all along the line of the Judge of Brevard county, Florida for Manufacturer of fine Havana and Domestic -
bees authoritative adyicesanal letters of administration on the estate of Trade fine
with
by recent Susan P. Russell Cigars. supplied
late of said de
the situation is still critical ceased. county, hand made goods. Orders promptly filled.
lom France:, All the kin and creditors and ...
Factory at Malabar Fla. 28
anxious. His serious other thereforee ,
.and the feeling : a persons interested will .
France and for the Isthmus. take notice.
juoe for JAMES A. RUSSELL. GRAY.
correspondent has twice inspected PRITIG1 S.F. .
Your Dated November 29th, 1888. -
the whole route of the canal throughthe

} courtesy of T. J. Culliton, general I Watch Maker and Jeweller.

manager for the American contracting NOTICE. I Shop at John 31. Duon't Drug Store,Tituaville,11*

and dredging company. Doabt everywhere In Circuit Court of the Seventh Judicia, ALL WORK WARRANTED.

prevails as to the ultimate coral le Circuit
of Florida, Bmard County, I
of the work although the American NAUM1 f..t\.N,S
Boa A. D. 1888. In Chancery.
has nearly finished its con. NEAT AND PROMPT.

comoany tract. People talk of hard and dull JAMES.WILLIAM PJUTCIIAKD M. BROWN AXD 1 NEWSPAPER SUBSCRIPTION AGENCY

and bewail the departure of the I
pales Co-partners trading tinder THE ."IOXEERGEXCr..
taIcyon days when money seemed to the name, style or
ow on every bushr of the luxuriant firm of THE INDIAN For terms and sample copies address

tropical jungle. He was told that at RIVEII BANK. I Bill for Fore- CIIAS.II. NAUMAN'
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let 30.\iOll poj..le' were directly con- vs. I\ closure.
netted with and dependent upon the caBal II. B. MORTEN, wife of SEND YOUR ORDERSFOR Haulover P. O., Brevard county, Fla. a

I companv.: Equally del indent upon :M.: MORTEN the "I j

its fortunes is all! tnat 'at army of hotel F. :M.: MORTEN. J. \ ORANGE BOX STRAPS.

,and restaurant keej-ers. trades j eoi le, FOSTER, and :MARY: P. I .J _
hop keepers, butchers bakers, -.vas-tier- I'OsTEIt. jIt I Ube the Twisted Wire Box Strap.
vomencooks.etc.who: ha\e been attrac* FOR SALE BY
ted to the Isthmus by the flood of goldvbich appealing by the affidavit of James I LITTLE BROS. Orlando Fla.
has been poured upon this narrow Pritchard one of the above named complai- TAMPA COJIMEROIAL CO., Tamp. :Fla.WI. .
: KL1PP, DeLand, FL
6U P of the new world [torn the hoarded nants, that the said respondents are respectfully OR WRItE TO
treasures of the old. What is to become non-residents of the State of Flor- JOB PRINTING I TIlE TWISTED WIRE BOX STRAP COMPANY,
of all this heterogtnous mass of human. ida, and that the said II. Morton:: and F. 4"1 Greenwich Street, New York. 31
canal I nibble has Morten:: reside at 152 Main Street in
ity if the great really : I ) L!!:!(.;5nllti Gold
burst is a portentous (.ue don. the city of Cincinnati, State of Ohio, and : h..z,, : v' /Ii:. bold Beae: fur 3TJ+watch j Otl.In until the watcb.FREE

.&.few contented spirits under the that the said J. H. Foster and Mary P. I f.i --1 I'rrfllc' timekeeper
half-breed 1'iestan, Jot posso-stun of the Foster reside at Backbone, Alleghany -SUCH ASLETTERIIEADS i :. \( tamed.1luntingCase.Heavy.toth dui.t laihea_0...
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Isthmus and burned Colon and upset the County, State of Virginia, and that the i I iI .J J0 andgenta'sueawitbwork.I' .

local government for days several :years said respondents arc respectively: over the I :.fj\ ,,Q- / ,I \.' and U. el.e..oniDfac2aloJ casea of equal value.-
ago and such a mob as this idle disorganized age of 21 years. It is t therefore hereby i. ; I. :'/...<< raitijr with can secure one free,
tnr"Ibt"r and ul-
-' : our large
; and hungry, it is thought, will ordered that the said respondents II. B. (' oiolo line of llcsu.eholdSs.tnplf.
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ultimately cause violent trouble. Morten, F.1. \Iorten, J. II. Foster and j well as the These watch tamplca.w. send

Mary P. Foster do plead, answer or demurto XOTE-1IEADS : Free,and after you have kept
them in your v I\mlt for 2:: months and shown them to those
w t.j New Year's Eclipse. the said complainant's hill of complainton who may bar*railed they become your own properlW. Those
I who write at once ran be sure of ateb
or before the 1th WASHINGTON, Dec. 28.-Your correspondent D. 1880, or the mid Bill of complaint will JIII..L-.IlIEADS, -HUnsun--- --::-Co.--,-flux 1312,1'ortlundMtarne.- .

called on Commodore Walker be taken as confessed, and the said com- PARKER'SHAIR

yesterday to ted whether the navy do. plainants allowed to proceed ex pmteci\\. BALSAMthe
said cause. And it is further ordered thata ;
fartment had made arran cements to STATEMENTS, popular favorite for dressing
copy of this order be published in the the Lair, Kobtorin color when
Send out an expedition to observe the and .
FJ.OHU&TAlt in preventing
ncw-papt'r, published gray bands
i ,, : eanseq the scalp,
total of the which takes
eclipse sun,
said Brevard for four consecutive
County, CIRCULARS hair foiling,and la sure to please
place on New Years Day, and for which weeks prior to the said 4th day of February COc.and$1.00 at Draggitts.HINDERCORNS. .

purpose congress: : passed a bill on the list A. D. 1889.
Witness A. A. Stewart clerk of said .
instant appropriating $5U00. The com FOLDERS, The safest sorest and best cure for Corns,Bunions.&0.
court, and the seal of said l'ollrtIt the Stops All rain. Ensures comfort to the feet. ?ever,ails
modore sail ha had been very anxious to Court House in Titusville, in ,said County ) to cure. 15 cents at Druggkta. Ilibcox&:; Co., N. Y.

send an expedition on this highly important of Brevard, this 15th (day of December, A. INVITATIONS J. H. SHIREMAN

ttork, but, no money had been avail- I). 183*. ,

tile tntil too late. A. A.: STEWART, YORK, PA.JCVEUAL .

"You tee,-' said the commodore, *the [LS.] Clerk Circuit Court ( COMMISSION AND -PURCHASING
time allowed is entirety too short, and it PROGRAMMES, AGENCY lor all kinds of Punt. Fanning.
would 'e impossible fur L.S to equip and Machinery, Ltc.
A lot of Oranges Wanted for OmstUKH.
tend out an expedition. To-day is the Town .Ordinance.
Satisfactory References or Security given.
SSth, and uo matter how expeditiously STREAMERS, 31 Corre"i'oiuUnce Wanted
the work was advanced we could not get An ordinance extending the corporate ----- -- -- -- - --- -

together the nece sary instruments and limits of the town Titusvillc. ,. 93
uipments and lea'.-IienHla on the day Be it ordained by the Town Council of DODGERS, sewIDtr.uaehneFREE

when the eclipse takes place. I deeply the town of Titusville, that whereas said t .aDd roods where the people can see)
regret this as 1 am particularly anxiousthat Council has declared its intention of annexing 'them we in will each send Iocautyth.free loon
perIOD
soae of our People from the naval certain territory to the town of BUSINESS CARDS, best "wiJ\ -m.dwl. made very in
shout Ibo world,with all the attachments.
observatory I te sent out. if con Titusville, and including the same with- We wilt also send free complet.
gress had only made the appropriation a in its corporate limits jurisdiction I; >line or our costly and valuable art
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samples. return we ask that
yea
week or ten days ago, instead of waiting and whereas notice of such intention has WEDDING CARDS '. g i show what we send,to those who
until last Friday, everything coulJ have may call at your home and after a
been published for four consecutive |months all shall become your own
ben arranged in lime. As it is now, we weeks in the Florida STAR a newspaper I vpeny. This fraud machine toide

will have to depend upon i rivate enterprise published in said town ot Titusville; and VISIT1KG CARDS 'which after bare the ran oat Sineer i before patents patentsrun ,
this I __ out it sold for$93 with the
> for a retort of important scientific -
whereas thirty since -
days having expired .ud now sells for
observation and of said ordinance ,most....
the adoption approval 1 FI1E rE FRE S'tllCbmeat. the world. AU I.
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declaring the intention of annexing required Plain,
-TO THEFLORIDA- brief instructions given.Those who write to us at once can sew
Careless With their Poison. the territory described in said ordinance: cure free the best sewing.machtae IB the world and the
Now therefore be it further ordained finest line of works of high art ever shown together In America
Tit UE fe CO.,.II .
Augusta Maine
INDIANAPOLIS, Dec. 2o.-Tke entire _
that the following described territory
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soned family within of Edward the past Finney two days has in jjeen a very poi- to-wit: STAR A. L. Hatch & Son,
All of fractional section thirt-four (34))
children
Two
peculiar manner. were and the southeast quarter (S. E. 1.4)) of DEALERS IN
first taken sick and next the mother
vas attacked with violent pains in the section thirty-three (33)), all in township

stoaiach. Mr. !'innewas taken ill in twenty-One(21)( south of ranjje thirty-five JOB PRINTING OFFICE, DRY GOODS NOTIONS
(3;;) east. annexed to and is hereby de- ,
much the same way, and his mother
clared be of and to
to a pottion subject
came to his house to take care of the
family. She ate a lunch of bread and the jurisdiction of the said town of Ti Hardware, Crockery"Saddlery,

milk for dinner, and was attacked with tusville.. Brevard county, :Florida; and Stationery, Family Medi-

acute pains, and had to go to bed. This the corporate limits are hereby extendedso cines Garden SetJs
caused an investigation which led to a as to include the above-described ,
that land and are defined to be as follows,
suspicion something was wrong,
but it could not Le explained, as .Mrs. to-wit: ., CHOICE GROCERIES, ,
Finney herself had baked it. The pantry Beginning at the south-cast corner of +
was then searched, and it was found fractional section three ((3) in township Hay, Corn, Mapes Fertilizers.

that a box of "Rough on Rats' had been twenty-two (22). south of range thirty-
POINT FLORIDA.PHILADELPHIA .
knocked from a shelf immediately over five (35) east, which corner is also the CITY 1

!toe four barrel, and some of the poison northeast corner of that tract of land
u -u posed to have fallen in the flour. known as the Delespine Grant; from SINGER
His believed that all the parties wil! re thence run westerly) along the northern
cover. boundary line of said Delespine Grant to WARRANTED 5 YEARS.

the southwest corner of the east half of -
LOW = HIGH
section four in township twenty-two. -
south of range thirty-live east accordingto ARM, ARM,

Roasted to Death. government survey. from thence run $20 $28

northerly along the western boundary of
NEW HAVEN, Conn., Dec. 27.-Mrs. said east half of said section four (4) and _

Harry Hepple a widow 75 years old,was along the western boundary of the southeast Pamphlet

tomel to death in her home on Grand quarter of section thirty-three (33)in ) .
township twenty-one south of range i
auenue this afternoon. About o'clock 1
thirty-five east to the northwest cornerof
Grocer Stein, who occupies the store said southeast quarter of said section tJ Iql

under the old lady's apartments, smelled thirty-three from thence run easterly)
** oke. Rushing upstairs he found Mrs. along northern boundary of said south-

Sopple lying on her bed and a mass of east quarter of section thirty-three ((33)) to t we
fia les. Hastily wrapping her up in the the western boundary of section ((34) I

clothes, he attempted to smother the thirty-four in said township twenty one, Lz
des, and finally carried her out intoreet south of range thirty-live (3;)), thence .' : Printing. tltI
where the was laid on the frozen northerly along the west line of said

pound and water thrown upon her. Be- section thirty-four to the northwest CO = t !
o a crowd of oOO Samuel Roth- C3 t
people corner of said section thirty-four, the
!Child aud others stripped the smoulder- same being on the shore of Indian River trl

{Bgfcannentsfrom her person. An' old from said northwest corner of said section .

Blanket was thrown over her to hide her thirty-four, run due east to the channelof I f

::om.the curious gaze of agaping crowd. Indian River, from thence run southerly FIFTEEN DAYS' TRIALIN
she became and died
the unconscious along the western meander line of SEND YOUR ORDERS YOUR OWN HOUSE BEFORE YOU PAY ONE CENT.
hospital at 3 o'clock. The flesh
due of the
east
said channel to a point Arm Machine has needle
1tas High- M..1f.aettln
bzc burned to a crisp on her limbs and southeast corner of fractional section >elf threading: nlinftle, is noiseless and
j *. While making dinner her clothing three in township twenty-two south of IIJbt-rllnnlnJ9 baa the fine &lIetoraUaeb.ment .
ght fire. She jumped into bed to +, in a velvet-lined case. Don't pay
from thence
range thirty-five east, run PAMPHLET PRINTINGOF but send for circular. Remember
tm othef the flames. in turn took igents $55 or $60.
ire They due east to said southeast corner of said re guarantee our machine equal to any highpricedmachine
/", and she was roasted alive. fractional section three the same being on the market. Address ..
--- the place or point of beginning.The The C. A. WOOD CO.,
s'': A Big Seizure of Venison. territory embraced within the 17 N. 10th St., Philadelphia,Pa.
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foregoing boundaries and which is hereby State of Florida, County of Brevard. In

1, B1. Gou, Me., Dec. SS.,-State Detective declared to constitute the town of Justice (Court.
.-> Titusville is shown upon the maps of '
Allen who is alto state fish and game"ard.u the United States Sllr'Cs all of ALL DESCRIPTIONSTO To J. E. BENNETT.

ha made the biggest seizure of fractional section three and the east You are hereby notified that a writ of

..:I g'Qie being shipped: contrary to law ever half ot fractional section four in town- "'i attachment has been issued against you

'; j:de. it consisted of thirteen barrels, ship twent '-two (22)), south of range THEFLOEIDA- and your property attached to satisfy the

::1: ,. :u'ced as empty bottles to Hamilton thirty-five east, and! all of fractionalsection demand of P. J. Hall. amounting to $10.

.,: 1t MMrll, wholesale liquor dealer of thirty-four, and the south-east Now unless you shall appear before the

: ; ,n. )ir: Allen's attention was at- quarter of section thirty-three ((33)) in i lion. II. F. Atkinson Justice of the

; to this unusual shipment,and an township twenty-one, south of range STAR I Peace in and for said county at his office

'Ii lr nation. of the car showed that alls thirty-five (35)). at Titusville on the3d day of January A.

" b'. '.I.kka contained venison. amount- Passed by Council. December. 1888. I D. 1889, at ten oclock in the forenoon or

9 "?th*OVer two tons, packed in hay. B. R. WILSON, Pres. Bd. Aldermen. JOB PRIXTIXG OFFICE. !judgment will be rendered against: you
."'1 ih' a i few bottles outside to ccmplete Attest: Geo. H. Altree, clerk. and your property sold to pay the debt.
1 %. : |r ption bv rattling. The venison Approved Decmber, 1SS8. : Dated this 1st day of November. A. D.
*m:ed. and the shippers who are II. F, ATKINSON, : 18SS. P. J. HALL, Plaintiff. ,
-%n'1\\n to the warden will be dealt with 31 t Mayor. . Titusville, Fla ,' te D. L. GAULDEN, IPlaintift'S Attorney
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"THE FLORIDA STAR. The Illinois arrived from the B. I. R. I Christmas in WashingtonNUTUX -. sheafing fcopeTEat teed will capturethe but cheap jewelry, and she Breads honrT
Reed is rather at a time around a counter I
prize. }'r.Jpularvith waiting for
the 27th with full In a
on a cargo. com- favorabe: moment. While
the democrats. He is a bright, good- not Zil clpy
PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. ing in over the bar at the Inlet Capt. I \V'\Snl Dec. 2-J.Christmas eve natured fellow with a good deal of blood as the professional thoplL'ter. methods -

has tho of the nation. in his veins. :McKinley though studiously are not far different. For instant .
Charlie reports shipping one or two come at capital *
ELLIS B. WAGER Editor and Pnlste she has been known .
to
courteous, is cold, and Burrows is clop her hand': "
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heavy seas, one of which smashed in the The city is gay and bustling, but news such an injudicious partisan that the kerchief, as if acciduntalt '. upon a tray ',

$l.liO per Annum. side of his skiff, but fortunately did no scarce. The shops and the streets have democrats would not consider their side of jewelry and. in lifting it, to use it a:. '
of the house secure if he held the gavel. a veil to conceal her real art. She .
other lInn-
Entered at the Post Office at Titusvillea, damage. been crowded all day, and the express Tiie senatorial clique, who are jealousof ages to steal a large amoant of Property '

Second-Class Matter. One capsize of which no account has companies are doing a land-office busi- the prominence and influence the I year by year. and the settling of the jI

yet been given, was that of"Mac" Porter ness. Friends at home are being remem- Plumed Knight, will try to get in their i I bills costs her indulgent husband a small
THE STAR is the OFFICIAL newspaper bered the and work with the president-elect during the I fortune.
by sojourners at capital,
for Brevard county. the week before Christmas. lie recess. It is reported that most of them She has an immense net klace made of

went out one day with James Porter's every express train leaving ,here bears will visit Indianapolis, and those who imitation rub'e sapphire diamond*

The Star has the Largest circulationof sailboat and treated himself to a capsize.As packages consigned to towns and hamlets WOIwill send registered packages etc.. and it is said: she never takes thenecklace
any paper on the East coast of FIn. in every state and territory in the Uiero addressed to Gen. Benjamin Harrison. ofl. In her Back Lav home*he

--- --- the boat went over Mac managed to Union. An official of an com- There>is no doubt that tl.e senators has a rosin: set apart for a half dozen
f Dead. get on top of it without wetting his feet, express are trenfendSuslr sehous in ol'os-: does, who are her constant companions '
pany informed your correspondent that when in doors. A physician
attend
a a I turn me to the darkening west, but as he failed to call the attention of more than 86,000 packages, evidently in;; Luaine.:: They kept their opposition daily, and often rides out wit her. SLe her '

In angry red the sun goes down ; any; one from the shore he righted the Christmas consigned for qu.et for a while; but when it leaked! out is given to hallucination- the chief
presents, were one
Eastward o'er ocean's sombre breast and into the i)ress, they
; got being that she has been ro'oljed
and returned shore. of
bailed it
boat out
to the some
The skies grow black and lower and frown.In transmission by his ccmpany during threw off reserve ana are now cheap .i-weK of which she hits a lame
mist and storm and gloom and sadness, The only damage done being the wetting past week. To-day the express offices engaged in a more or less open fight. and var.cd collection.

The clouds, the pallid night o'erspread- of his patent leathers. were thronged extra clerks were em- What influence the lords of legislation ------ --
O day that broke in smiles and gladness will have on Harrison is now an interesting Fast Railway Time.
and wait their
had turn
d Where are thy warmth brightness fled? Well, we had a frost here. I expectto ployed people to problem. It is thought that if Harrison --
in lines, like peope looking for mail does not yield to the senators they
The day is dead. be buried about seventeen feet under SAVANNAH.ra.., Dec. i8.:
;[Special
matter at the general delivery windowof will closely scrutinize his nominations,
The dying year's last throes I mark- the ground without any ceremony, even a postoffice. The shops making a and in other ways make things unpleasant The Savannah. lorida and Western rafl.

Slowly the weary hours drag on : that of being murdered first, for tellingof of Christmas for him. way put on to-day the fastest freight
goods are doing a
specialty
'Midst portents ominous and dark it but it is fact nevertheless. The To-day a leading New England repub- schedule to the west and northwest TU
The midnight tolls-and it is gone a tremendous trade,and the prices chargedare lican went among the politicians declar- Albany and Montgomery, .-am Florida,
The world it found in peace reposingIt morning of the 20th there was a light nearly double what are charged in ing that he had a solution of the difficul that has ever been run, making the time

leaves o'erwhelmed withMoubt and dread. frost, doing no damage, but the weather St. Louis or almost any other city in the( ty. His plan was that the whitesouledHoar to St. Louis and Chicago from Jacksonville ;:

0 year! 'midst strife and discord closing, remaining cool a heavier frost, amount- southwest. The Washington merchants should be made secretary of state in heventy-five hours; from Callahan -
"Where are thy hopes and promise fled? : make a specialty of bleeding patrons at and Frye secretary of the navy, thus in e"ent'.threo" hours and from
The year is dead. ing to a freeze in some locations, was Christmastide. opening a way for Blaine's Entrance to Oainesvilla in seventy-seven hours.

seen on the morning of the 21st. Upon Society is preparing for a gay reason. the senate. The anti-Blaiue people would
I look into my lady's eyes, In 10 the ; ceremonious not accept this. They would as soon A'OTICE.
days officially sea-
examination and inquiry it is found that
1 soft and kind!
I Bewitching eyes so have Blaine in the -state department as
son will begin. After the 1st of Januarythe LAND OFFICE AT GAINESVILLE", FLORIDA
There once I found my soul's sunrise, snap beans have been generally killed. simplest forms and ceremonies will in the senate. Besides, the warm senatorial I>oc. loth, t88 .

And deemed I should forever find. Nearly all sweet-potato vines killed to take on a new meaning and a fuller sig advocates of Sherman for the state Notice is hereby given that the following,
There once I turned when grief and sadness department are mainly influenced by a
vines in nification. Without the traditions and named settler has tiled notice of her intention
the nipped
ground tomato some
heart with o'erspread desire to Sherman of the senate.If .
My weary care ; forms ot centuries of get out
hereditary long to make final proof in of
that made life's soul gladness! in few killed and othersnot the real truth known it would be support i her
O eyes my cases, a cases courts and courtiers to guide and directits were claim, and that said proof wil IJe maJ
Where are your light and comfort fled damaged at all, while in the most social laws, this country has still a plain that Honest John is as unpopularas before clerk of the Circuit Court at Tito.-

Are' they, too, dead ? exposed places the tender trees and formal etiquette that has descended to ue.Crooked Jim with the senatorialcli yule, Fla., on Penury 2nd, 1SSU, viz: Mr.

HENRY B. ARCHIBALD. the present generation from the fathersof S. "". Fish, of Georgiana, Fla., I). S. 2141
shrubs have been more or less nipped, the constitution. Unlike the arbitrary The: opponents of Blaine are putting
for the lots 1 and 2, section ilU, and w. 4 j
him and Tom Platt in the same boat,
little. rules and that society
and pine-apple plants damaged a regulations govern
of s. ww. quarter, of section 20, township
NEXT week we will have prepared our under the official saying that if one is made secretary of
a monarchy, etiquetteof
Time lllaJshow less damage thanso south 3; e'ast.
more or state the other must be the range
usual of important events of the United States is modeled to suit
summary far is known, but at present the factsare the needs and exigencies of a rapidly in- minister of finance. The Blaine He names the following vritnep to
the year, arranged into short paragraphs, creasing Mrs. Hamilton Fish people about this. They deny that Blaine prove his continuous residence upon and
about here stated. The frost was population.
which will appear in the STAR. It will as during the Grant era was able to returnin i and Platt have any alliance. They say cultivation of, said land, viz:

be a complete resume of everything of not as general as first supposed, but seem- person all her calls, and everybody that Blaine belongs to the republican R. IJ. Burchfiel, of Georgians, Fla.,

ed to take effect more in spots and who went the rounds on cabinet day, party and not to any faciion thereof, Joseph Bruner, of Georgians, FIa. Wm.

prominence occurring during 1888. streaks than over all the ground, low expected to have the carriage of the and scorn: the suggestion that he has to Owen, of Georgians, Fla., Albert Carter.
secretary of state stop at her door lean on any kind of a prop for support, of Georgiana, Fls.
Election of County Commis lands getting the most of it, while the some day. The cabinet ladies of the even if that prop represented the com- 37 S. C. TUCKER, Register.NOTICE. .

highest land see is to have entirely es- present administration found themselves bined strepgth of the machine of the
sioner. utterly unable to return the calls empire stat .
caped. If the temperature was as low
In the meantime the democrats
Editor Florida Star made upon each week. It was a physical are LAND Of'FlCET GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA.
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in propotion north of us as it was here, impossibility to do so. As many as feeling delightfully cheerful. The splen- Dec. loth; 18SS.
DEAR SIR-For the benefit of those considerable damage must have been 1,600 and 2,000 cards are left in each cabinet did overhauling the monoplifits tariff ,
bill is receiving in the senate engenders Notice is hereby given that the following-
whom it may concern, I send the follow- done, fruit ti vegetables and microbes alike held house a meeting every and Wednesday.decided to The return ladies no general democratic satisfaction, and the named settler has filed notice of his intention -

ing communication with reference to being killed, although possible in case of visits and to make only the calls that magnificent row among the republicansover to make final proof in s+u sport of his

the election for County Commissioner, the ]lattter some folks] might consider it a official duty required. So they make their inheritance, bodes nothing claim, and that tailroof will be made before -
which took the 6th ult. the first calls upon the wives of the jus- but democratic prosperity for the future, : clerk of the Circuit Court at Tito-Tille,
place on blessing. tjces of the supreme court, the wives of The democrats are feeling well, and are Fla., on January 31st, 1880. via : Henryc.

Firstly : The election war not called The first intimation any one had of senators and of foreign ministers. To quietly discussing the speakership of the Fish, of Georgiana, Fla. I). S. 20M>
Democratic house for the fiitty-second congress.It for the lots and 4 section 20 and
for by the Chairman of the those oking for monarchical tendenciesit 1,2,3 ,
an accident was on the 26th, when a would appear that the cabinet ladies might interest Gov. Foraker of Ohioto lot 1 section 20, township 23 i uth, inure

Executive Committee. boat came down from the upper end of only made this new order of things when know that every democrat in con- 37 east. lIe names the following witnesses

Secondly: The so-called election for the lake and landed at the postoffice they found themselves princesses! of the gress will indorse his application for a to prove his continuous residence pj>on and

I commissioner for this district was not wharf with the body of Robert WalkerJr. hlooi royal, as it were: and after the bill cabinet portfolio under Harrison.A cultivation of, said land, viz :

decided by district vote for the Narrows had passed turning the presidential suc- Joseph Bruner,of Georgiana, Fla., Wra.
f a ., on board. J. C. Hoagland] Justiceof cession into the cabinet. The simple en- Rich Kleptomaniac J Owens, of Geor iana, Fla., Albert tarter,

precinct is not in No. 4, and Geor- the Peace, and ex-officer coroner was tertainments that tae, place in Decem- of Georgians, Fla K. B. Burchfiel! of

giana is in No.3. Furthermore, when at once notified, a jury summoned, Dr. ber will not be possible in January. In BOSTON, Mass., Dec. 24.-A handsome Georgiana, Fla.
December the cabinet receives
the election does take lady her with and silkhated 37 S. C. TtXKEU, Kvgi-ter.
legally-authorized
equipage, a ur-caped -
I W. A. Hardin called on to examine the callers as her friends and introduces

place the vote and election will be body and a full investigation made them to each other. In January all coachman on the box, rattled up to Citation.To .

for five County Commissioners, and will those famiiar! courtesies will be out of Houghton & Dutton's store while the
all whom it
when it was learned that David Thomas may concern.
place, and the wife of a high .eminent
go Christmas at its .
f be a general vote throughout the county and Olia Gudmunson were out sail- official receives in an official: acity. A shopping was height.A Take notice, that on the .it lh day ofTnnuary
Brevard the various and refined, richly-dressed lady alighted, D. 18SS. I will to the
of as precincts Christmas afternoon with Robert nice question now arises as to whetherthe apply
commissioners' district lines have conflicted ing calls that have been laboriously exchanged and, leaving her maid in the carriage, Ion.: Minor S. Jones, County Judge of
} Walker, Jr. in the latter's boat and among the families of official disappeared into the crowded store. As Jrevard county Fla., for letters of administration I-

in the past. when about opposite the Inlet they cap- and congressional circles this month she entered an argus-eyed floDr-walker, of the estate of George
Thirdly] : :For the information of votersin really count as official visits. Happy I Warren deceased, and all and sundry
sized. The boat sunk but as the water followed" her. The floor-
a woman,
the will vote in the hostesses can seat their guests at dinner the kindred andcreditors of said Georsc
county, no one was only about seven feet deep they all as they choose before the meeting of walker's eyes never left her for an in- Warren deceased are hereby admonished

side election for County Commissionersbut remained on the boat and began: shout- congress. When the ea on" is on they stant. The lady belonged to that class to be and appear on said day at the office
voted for Governor- will send their dinner lists to the White said and how
those who have ing for help. None appearing for some of criminals called kleptomaniacs, when I of judge cause why
House for the master of ceremonies should
to ,i said letters of administration not
.
elect Flemming.I time, David Thomas attempted to swim diagram. they are rich, but thieves when they are be granted.

have the honor to be yours very sincerely ashore, but the distance being about a Mrs. Cleveland is preparing to signalize poor. As she is of the former class. her SOCIETY 11-UJIS.

] for the right, mile he her list months in the White House name is not given, and thus the Back Dated this 29th day Nov, 1SSS.
of was obliged to giveup
quarter a
,
J. E. M. H. with: a good deal of gayety. Arrangements Bay minister, who is her husband, escapes -
II and managed to get back safely to have been made for a series of the public scandal her wrongdoings NOTICE.

Eau Gallic, Dec. .31, 1SSS. the boat. After waiting for some time state dinners and receptions that prom- would occasion if he were boine- All persons having claims against the
ise to eclipse in splendor anything of the body less important. estate of Benjamin: C. WIHard, late oC
and darkness Walker
longer coming on,
Luke Worth. kind during the administration.The .
present Ins; e tor Knox: has looked up her Brevard County, deceased, are hereby
Picnic, said he would try it, and took off ill but southwestern statesmen, as a general i record. She is about forty-five years of required to present them, properly

Accidental drowning, his shirt and struck out. The others rule, are not serious votaries of so i age, thin,and of a yellowish complexion, authenticated, within the lime prescribedby
ciety. Mrs. Cockrell, it is true, is: one of indicative of il health. Thieving with law, to the Honorable 1inorS.JoDeCounty *
watched him for quite a distance and
And frost.
damage by the most graceful and
accomplishedleaders her, so they Kay, is undoubtedly a disease Judge of said County or to the
the last they of him he raised
All to report at this time. ; saw at the capital, bat she is a bril- and incurable. It is so recognizedby undersigned, or this notice will stand Li
his arms up over his head and said something liant e"c 'ption to the general southwestern her husband and also the
by many bar>> of anti all persons Indebted -
The B. left for Jacksonville payment;
Mary on which,owing, to the distance, they rule doctors who have been called upon to to said estate are required t*
did understand but from his actions I'u: li hough the of
commencement
not
the 27th. examine her case. It is also recognizedby make immediate settlement with the un-
they thought he had reached shoal wa- the season fills the mind of the av- the various large houses of the city
-The east side school had some peasant and era;.; \Vashin tonian with longings and dersigned.
ter was walking on bottom. They and she is allowed to steal small things LAURA I;. WILLABJ
closing exercises on the Friday pre- could not watch him any longer on account exptc.rt.ions. the male portion of the without direct-opposition. Clerks are told Ailininisratrix of the estate of 1.Villard .*'. C.,

ceding the holiday vacation. of the darkness, but patiently community maintain a close grip on to watch her, notice what she takes. and \ deceased.

waited in the hopes that he would soon matter p)itical. It is their business, then a bill i* sent to her husband, who is Cocoa, Fla.. I>ec. 4tli, ISSS. 33SIIEUII'F'S
and they should be commended for
the Lake
While on the ways, steamer return with a boat and take them out clos"- paying wealthy, and he settles it without a mur-
Worth other improvements is being attention to it. Reed is the only mur. A maid has been employed to
among from their not very comfortable position.As : candidate for speaker of the house of per- SALE.

s considerably lengthened, and otherwise he did not come however, they com- the: 51st congress who ventured to return sonally is accompany to wa'tch"her the and lady, whose that sole she Under and by virtue of an execution
duty see
menced call again for help and aftera of the Circuit Court for Bre
enlarged. to home for Christmas. Reed has a habitof does not get into trouble. Should therebe issued out
while an answering shout was heard, taking things easy and edom dis- interfere by floor-walker, who vard County, Florida, upon a judgment
The Corrinne arrived on the 26th witha and a couple colored men came along ina plays excitement. He has a profound do any not know her, or by clerks who are lately recovered in said court, wherein

party from Pc.latka on board, and theyare sailboat took the two remaining men admiration for his own qualities and be- I not ported, the maid relates the facts, John Earbey, Patrick Caranagh and William -

now taking in the sights, fruits, fish off and carried them to the head of the ieves to a large extent in the old rule of i I tells her name, gives the address and instructs 1C. Demorest, partners doing business -
the survhal of the fittest. He will receive I under the firm name of John Early
lake thinking that Walker] safe them send bill for the
10
; : was a gocdsto
and other good things, for which this and it being late and very dark, Gud- the support of his party friends I the h isband. & Co., were plaintiffs, and Daniel W.McQualg .

region is noted. .. nunson and Thomas built a fire, dried from New England on the republican I For three years this kleptomaniac: ha and S" F. 'l'ra"is:13 partners.
caucus, and hopes for little more until under the firm name 01
I doing business
haunted the stores of the almost -
large
Win? Fagin, of Orincnd, arrived on their; clothes and spent remainder of; the forces of McKinleyCannon and Bur- I week and never city D. \{: McQuaig & Co., were defendants
the head of the lake. In every goes away
the 21st, and will have charge of the the night at ;" rows regin to dissolve. Reed's home sup- without having taken something for I have levied upon and will sell at pub-
the morning: they borrowed A. )1.1 j port is not very inten>e. The Blaine lic the highest and best bidder
i to
win:-h she has not paid. Shealwa"s outcry
Cragin place ex-Superintendent Young goes
Field's sailboat and started down the I people thnk; that he is becoming too in ii.>r own carriage cad with her maid. for cash, in front of the court house
going on and improving his homestead lake. When near the scene of their i prominent' and that it is time he should The maid it ould appear is not alwaysas door In Titusville, in said county on the
accident they saw Walker's boat afloat I take a tac< seat.:: The republican politi- .l\. D. ISSfUbefollowing
the lake.
at,the head of u j : 'hf ul of her cnar e as sue should first Monday February,
near the west shore, so went to it and I cians who are credited with the greater be. i* hen the lady called at the Beacon property to-wit : All that i
: Ge o.'V. Bristol, a native of New righted and bailed it out intending to quantity: o* foresight declare, not for I bire r entrance of Houghton & Dai.on's lot of land In said County of BrerarU

York, but recently a resident of Ed.cn, take it along with them. In looking''I publication.: Lut in good faith, that Reed I store lIt: maid remain in the caria.e. described as follows : (Commencing I

has bought five acres of the Lanehart around for missing foot boards, etc., they will neither; be speaker of the next I The .eo" vo.janlac: visited the boo; 10 -aters the southeast corner of section twenty- j
lions" chairman of the and of 9
I :: n r
spied what appeard like some of Walker's ways I and 11- d and hauled over a sot: of five, in township twenty-one south,
of the lake and fJmtlli te Reed had the effront-
the side
west cocas l
estate on books. ih the "-six from thence runt
r, clothing floating in the shallow water \ declared purpose of U.\ range thrit} east ; II
declare: himself Candida for
will build on and otherwise improve it. ery to a e 'I in She tostcal'stwtiu section line between section
I near shore. On going; to get it what sneaker ivith'mt consulting Blaine. and ;;bO.IdIg. managed" west on chain*,
The Christmas picnic at the groundsof was their surprise to see that it was the in the 'Ild.nmst be brought to his senses. I ; c -ht cent Biblo. but -a* 'o twenty-five and thirty-six ten a rid
c fun: -y iu ut it that any one could thence turn an angle of IK degrees,
Hotel body of Walker himself, who up to that D.r-cipline is a grea' thing, and what is a turn
the Cocoanut Grove was a success have deleted her. and detected chains Irons thence
: run north ten ;
time they had thought was safe ashore comman crin-cllle for if he does not east ten
in particular. The day was :he was. She stole an an angle of 90 degrees and run
; every and down the lake. They took the forte obedience and issue orders.
ether book orth dividiniuresthirtysir
\ 3f chains line
\ cents. Then she the
fine, the attendance large, and the dinner body in their boat, and brought it and Napoleonic McKinley, the meli- made ;-n excuse that she did not Ira.e to and range thirty-seven ; from saw

all that could bo .desired, and in the extra boat down with them. On continue 1l pent Cannon to smile, and in the the hotel breezy corridors.Burrows uonev en mzh in her bag to |'av for point go south on said range line ten

more than sufficient quantity for the 80 earning: these facts, and on the Doctor'sexamination Thev are making a warm canvas for the \\Itat.. she had puichased by nve ceiiis, t*> chains to the place of commencement lee!
showing no marks of violence she made tha more or -
an excuse to go our to her and containing ten acres ,
of the have
or more people who were present. Croquet ] but simply death by drowning. municated bosship in soothing garel. terms They with com- carriage carrying the books ,,ih her. being the same land bought from tior aleW

and other games were indulged in The jury rendered a verdict of accidental republican-elect: of th next every She returned s> ue third book and ten tine Gail by James McCrory and
congress.
and a few of the younger ones took a drowning. The body was taken and all three are feeling cheerful and made off tvLh a sa i.fied look;in her eyej. by said McCrory to the dtfendalrtDanfelW.
and buried the 27th.lev. The rJoor-walLer. however, had watchedher
1 by friends on confident.The McQuaig.
dip in the ocean. The day wound up erery movtment, and by this time Foster attorneys for phalli
E. Gale holding: a short service at sentiment of the democrats is Randall &
with dance at the Oaklawn House, at her ministerial husband has doubtless
a the His mother, living in Bos- tlff3'
grave. badly divi 'e1.rThe western' democrats : *. the little bilL
which quite a number were present, and il i ton, has been notified of the sad oc- anile. are favorable 10 Cannon. and paid Her JA1IES E. llo\nl.L"}"a.t .
J pet: bobby however, is not books, Sheriff Brevard County,
a ple&'nt time had. currence. 1- the southern and eastern men have a


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': / THE FLORIDA STAR, THURSDAY', ,JAN. 3, 1889. ,D

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:, 1fOTICEOFIXCO PO ATIOX. NOTICE. XOTICE.
I HAVE ADDED TO
MY STOCKOF
We the undersigned, have this first day I am prepared with full set of tools In Circuit Court for the Seventh Jwliwtl
i January,A. D.1889, associated ourselves, for sinking artesian wells. With my
?!a bodY corporate, under chapter "1G39" small set, have sunk four wells 155 to s. H. RAY Circuit nf Florida, Dade County,

the Laws of Florida approved August 200 feet deep, obtaining flows of from In Chclcc
SLA.'DA, 1863,and the amendments there- 80,000, to 86,000 gallons per day, from ,l.
the corporate name of the "Indian inch s EZRA A. OSBORX,
to,under two pip es. Have also a large set, )
Riser Orange Growers Association." for sinking six to ten inch pipes if wan- vs. v Bill for PartitionELNATIIANT.
,
of the said % Successor to J. C. Norwood .FIELD.J of
The principal place association, ted. Having ventured in the business, and Co., LamN.

ot company, shall beat City Point, Bre- purchased tools, and successfully obtained It having been made to appear to the
Tard County, Honda. The general na- full flowing wells<< I ask the patronageand Dry GoodsA. Court by affidavit of the above named
tore, and main object of the business to be influence of citizens and friends who TITUSVILLE, FLA.Gen' '. Complainant that the aid Ezra A. Obofn *-
transacted by the said corporation, to be, I appreciate my efforts and who want and Elnathan 1'. Field as tenantsin
the interest of
advance general the common have each
to wells. Respectfully an equal undivided -
,
of Indian River Florida
orange growers ALBERT S. MAGRUDER one half interest in certain tracts of
Income members ot the said association, Rock land in the County of Dade ami Mate of
by corporation, concert and union of action Ledge. Florida, to wit :

,insure good handling,rapid shipments' LADIES' Lot No. 7 of section 17 anil lot 2 of
transit of their products, and a fair and Their Business Hooming. section 16. township south range 4:;
highest market price obtainable. The Probably no one thing has caused sucha east, containing 75; 25-100; aeiv; Lot
!
adoption of a corporate trade mark, and general revival of trade at all the drugstores Merchandise No. 4, section 29. township 47 south.
exclusive use of the same by the membersof on Indian River as their giving range43east. containing GO.1O0acles; ;
the association, the protection of its away to their customers of so many free I Lors No. 1, 3, anil o section 2/.. anti lot.
members, in the use of the same, by the trial bottles of Dr. King's New Discovery DRESS GOODS I No. 2 and 3 section 27, township ;51
prosecution at law of all infringements, I for Consumption. Their trade is simply I STORE. south, lange 42 east containing 150;) 7J;:-
and counterfeiting of the same, and unau- enormous in this valuable article 100 acresortlietst tot northeast 1.
thorized and illegal use of the same, and from the fact that very it always cures and section 27. anti northeast 4 of seclioi. I.
the concentration of the shipments and township 53 south range 42 east con
never disappoints. Coughs colds asthma -
consignments, of the products of its members AND taining-171 SO-lOOacres; Lot No. 2 section
into the hands of as few agents, commission bronchitis, croup, and all throat and II, northwest 4 of section :34. lot Xo. 1
merchants, and houses, in the different lung diseases quickly cured. You can and 2 of section 33. township south.
cities, towns, markets and places aspossible test it before buying by getting a trial I propose to keepFirstClass range 42 east t'ontalninu: MOO
,and to obtain the best shipping bottle free, large size $]. Every* bottle acres ; Lots No. and C section 11. lots
facilities, and the lowest rates of transportation warranted.A No. 1. 4. :3 and S. of section 14. lots Xo.
possible, and obtainable.The A 1.4,5 and S, section 23 township south
amount of the capital stock of thecorporation Ravenous Lion at na)'. MILLINERYDEP Stock range 42 east, containing 107 14-100

shall be fixed at two thousand A hungry lion is commonly considered a acres; Southwest 4 northeast \1. wt-st
five hundred dollars, to be divided intotw'entyfive most dangerous customer, and natural im- i of southeast 4 and southeast 4 of southwest -
4,Sec.27 township 53 th.
son
shares of hundred dollars range42east
one pulse is to stop him in his deadly career. -OFGROCERIES-
each, ten per cent. of which shall be Impure blood is a ferocious and pitiless foe, containing iGOacresLotsNo.1anti
4 section 23. lots
1.laud 3. section 26. lots
paid in on the organization of the company dashing through the arterial system of the
1.3.4 and 3, section
35. township 32>>
association and the remainder the
or as human body, destroying the health and
south 42
range east containing :>31.< 44
directors may require, but no more shallbe sapping life itself. It comes hydra like in -100 A. Lots Xo. 1. 3. and 4. of section 2,
required, than ten per centum per an- many headed impetuousness, as Rheumatism lot lot'section 11, east i of northeast 1
unless so authorized, at a meeting of Scrofula Ulcers Scald Head Gout
flaw, of section 22, township 53 south
the stockholders, and ordered and directedto Syphilis or that dread iiishhtniarc of content WITH 42east, containing200 92-100acres range
be done, by the Board of Directors. Dyspepsia. P. P. P. (Prickly Ash, Poke ] i of southeast, southwest of southeast; East
The commencement of the corporationshall Root and Potassium) is the valiant rescurer 4 of section 22, township 53 south 1
be this the first day of January, A. D. who comes to our aid, and replaces health A Milliner i ant Competent Dressmaker 42 cast, containing 120 acres ; :Northwest range
1889, and it shall continue in existence for triumphantly on its throne. Women who DRY GOODS 4 northeast j, southeast 4 ot northwest
fifty years. The officers of the associationor are worn down and discouraged have found 4, northeast 1 of southwest 1. anil lot
company shall be a President, Vice- P. P. P. an invaluable tonic,regaining color, No. 1, of section 2.. township south.
President, a Secretary and a Treasurer, and appetite and strength and forever accordto In Charge range 42 east containing 17S 4t>-100
t Board of nine Directors, of which Board this magic restorer, a credit and gratitude acres: Lot No. 5 of section 27. town-
the officers shall be members. Such officers acquired by few medicines. Try it and see NOTIONS ship 53 south, range 42 east containing
shall be elected,'on the first Wednesdayof if it has not been rather underrated than TO CUT, FIT, DESIGN AND MAKE 30 6 -l00 acres; Lot No. G of section 1-1":
and in the month of December, annually oV'errateAll druggists sell it. lot 5 of section 23, township 50 south.
at the annual meeting of the Stockholders range 42 east containing 18 fcO-100 acres;
,except, and after the first electi'm Brace Up. Mens' Indies' & Cliildrcns' I.ots No. 1,2 mill 3 of section 12. lots
of officers. I TO ORDER.SATISFACTION No. 1 and 2 of section)
You are feeling depressed, your appe- township 51
The highest amount of indebtednesswhich tite is poor, you are bothered with headache south,and lots No. 1, 5 and G of ction 2
the association shall incur shall not are fidgetty, nervous, and of township 52 south, range 42 cast, con-
gen-
exceed the sum of one thousand five hun- you taining 392 26.100 acres; Lots 1 and d
brace
erally out of sorts, and want to
dred dollars. up. CSUA1MXTEED SaOES..A.TS: of section 11, lots 1, 4, 5 and S of section
Brace but not with stimulants spring
we II. Sharpe, E. P. Porcher. G. S. medicines up, bitters which have for, their 14, township 52 south, range 42 east,
Hardee, J. C. Norwood, C. B. Magruder, containing 0:>.100 acres; Lots No. '
and stimulate TO AIA.
L. B. Dennison! Win. A. Simmons, J. F. basis very cheap whisky, which 2 and 5 southwest 4 of northwest } of
Wooten, E. W. Hall Lewis R. Ord, Waiter you for an hour, and then leave section 2. northwest } of southeast 4 of
Goodyear, J. G. Gingras, G. J. Gingras you in worse condition than before. section 22 township 53 south, range 42
L A. Gingras, A. 1.. Hatch,J. D. Hatter, What you want is an aletrative that will cast, containing 144 23-100 acres; All
A. Brady F. C. Macomter, J. M. Sanders, purify your blood, start healthy action of of fractional section 10 except 3 acres on
Lewis Powe, Robert C. May, E. A. Chat- liver and kidneys, restore your vitality. north end, northwest 4 of northwest \ of .
field, T. E. Hardee, II. I>. Share, G. W. and give renewed health and strength, 9CLOTHING section 21 (fractional),township54 south
Holmes, A. J. Whitcock, Geo. E. Chester, Such a medicine you will find in Electric Cassimeres, per yard, at 25c., 35c., & 50c. range 42 east, containing 103 73-100:
T. II. Sander, A. \\". Hardee, "". P. Bitters, and only 50 cents a bottle at any acres; West of southeast 4 of section
Moon, B. J. Minis, A. N. Mathes.NOTICE. drug store on Indian River. Henrietta Cloths elegant, 85c. 21, northwest 4 of northeast 4, east ] of
northwest 4 and southwest 4 of section

Duchess Cloth, good as silk, $1.25. 28, township 54 south, range 4 2 east =
l 1 containing25243-100aeres; All fractioualparts
LAND OFFICE AT GAINESVILLE, FLCKIUA, Tricot Flannels, per yard, at 40c., 50c., of sections 32 and 33, township

Dec. 29th, 1888. ."'" C5c., 75c., and $1.00 south, range 42 east, containing 5b7
Notice is herebi'en that the following- Is the oldest and most popular: scientific ni d acres : All fractional parts of sections
named settler has, filed notice of his intention circulation mechanical of paper any paper published of Its and clay has in the the i.iirt world. Ladies' Cloths, 65c. and 75c. per yard. 4 and 5, township 55 south range, 42: jl
I to make final proof in support of his Fully. illustrated.Published weekly Best class bend ofV.ud for !iMtiTMacopy. KnrravInRs. : Gent's Furnishing Goods, east, containing 037 acres: Lots X o. 1
claim, and that said proof will be made before I Price f3 a year. Four month teal,**. Cloaking Flannels, 50c. and 3 of section 5, lots No. G and 10 of
I MUKN CO.,PUBLISHERS,&:liroadvviij..A.T.ARCHITECTS
Judge, or in his absence the clerk Circuit & section S, lot No. 2 of section 17 township -

Court at Titusville, Fla., on March I BUILDERQ A varied line of other Dress Goods from ALSOCROCKERY 41 south, range 43 east, containing:
6th, 1889, \iz : Robert Hanson, of Can- American. C 210! 25-100 acres ; Northeast 1 of south- t
averal, Fla., II. E. 174 for the lots 1, 2 colored 20c. to 20c. cast 1 of section 17, lot No. 3 of section
and 4 section 29, township 23 south, range I lithographic A great success.plates Each of country issue and contains city residences 21, lot No. 7 of section 28 township

38 east. and or full public plans buildings.and Hpecittcations Numerous fur encrai the UM'ir

Long Cloths, 12c. to 15c. Better value GLASSWARE, south, range 43 east containing H t) 75-
Renames the following witnesses; to provehis I such as contemplate buildintr. Pricet2.t1' year. than Calico.Ladies' 100 acres; Lots \ .1, 2 and .1, and '
continuous residence upon and cultivation j 25ct .a MUNN & CO., I'um.iMJLK.s.may north $ of lot No. 5 of section 33, all

of, said land,viz : be wr nr l-. Underwear in White and fractional parts of section 31, township
ed by <
COrPY. ap|
Arthur Franklin, of Canaveral. Fla. ''I ing to JUT.NN HARDWAREAND 41 south, range 43 east, containing 212 '
Frank Klien, of Canaveral, Fla, Frank l have* co.he had over Woolen. 5-100acres : Lots No. 1, 2 and U of
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I
Wilson, of Canaveral Fla., C. P. Honeywell 4'J years' experience and have made over section 3, township 42 south, rall e13
of Canaveral, Fla. & 110( ,((OJ patents.applications Send for for Handbook.A Correspondence Foreign .- Ladies' Vests and Corsets from 45c. to east, containing 187 7S-100 acres; Lots

37 S. C. TUCKER, RegUter. I strictly confidential. to $3.00. X o. 1 and 4 of section 28, lots X o. 4 and
TRADE MARKS. 5 of section 20 lot No. 1 of section 33,

SHERIFF'S SAMS. :' ent In(case'flee your apply mark to is MUXN not registered X Co., and in the pnllureimmediate Pat- 10-1 Red Comforts, from $1.00 to $2.74. township 44 south, range; 43 east, containing -
issued I'I i protection. Send for Handbook. 130 G0100 acres; Lots No. 1,
Under out of and the bv Circuit virtue of Court.an execution in and for- | etc.COPYRIGHTS, quickly procured.for Address boots charts niaps.i 10-} Blankets, per pair, $1.50 to $500. Ship Chandlery Goods. 5 and S of section 5, lots No. 1 and 7 of
i i section 8, township south, rnne1:1! :
Brevard County, upon a judgement latelyrecoveretl i MUNN fc: CO., Patent Solicitors.
in said county, wherein Henry I GCKEUAL OFFICE: 3U BKOAIJWAY, N. Y Oil Cloths, Table Damasks and Napkins east, containing I ; 23-100 acres: Lots"
Bernheim and Giibtave" Rex inger, copartners No. 1 and lots No. 0, 7 and b, of section
as Bernheim, Rexinger & Co.. were in great variety. 17, lots No. 1 and 2 section 34, township -
plaintiffs' and Joshua F. Lewis was defen- I TO RENT OR FOR SALE 45 south, range 43 cast, containing
dant, I have levied upon and will tell at 217 11-100 acres ; Lots No. 1,2 and 3
These will be :he main features of
public outcry, to the highest and best bidder A FIRSTCLASSBESTATJRANT my of section 3, lot No. 1 of section 0, lots
for cash, in front of the Court House I My Line ofGents' business but orders sent me for any- No. 1 and 2 section 10, township
door, in Titusville, in said county, on the south, range 43 cast: containing 230 07-
first Monday in February, A. r ltr9, the I thing kept in any store in Titus- 100 acres; Lots No. 1 and 3 of section
following personal property tu-lvit: Ladies' & Children'sHOSIERY 20, lots No. 1 and 2 of section 31, lot
Fifteen chairs, one billiard table, one II Near Railroad Depot. I I ville will be promptly filled. X o. 1 of section 32, township 48 south,

Pool(table, two side tables one refrigerator, The house contains large Dining range 43 east: containing 104 (l2IUacres barroom fixtures, one mirror, nine fancy Room with Kitchen adjoining, with all ; Lotso.. 1 and 2 of section 5,
pictures, three chandeliers, one safe. I conveniences, water, etc. Also tour lot No. !0 of section G, lots No. 1 and 2
JAMES BOWMAN, Sheriff. Sleeping Rooms. of section 7, township south, range
Robbins & Graham attorneys. for plaintiff I Will be rented furnished if desired. IS COMPLETE, 43 cast, containing ISO 71-100 acres

I The Owner wishes to retire from Will buy Fruits Eggs Chickens Lots No. 1 and 2 section IS, lots r\u.
business. This is a good chance to the FROM 5c. TO 75c. PER PAIR.In 1 and 5 of section 30, township,)south,

HINDERCORN8.ft I right party. Address, range 43 cast, containing 227 G3-100
*only rare Cure for Conn. Stop all pain. Ensni acres; Lots No. 1, 3, 4 and 5 of section
00*forttothe feet. 1o.atDruggtets. Hiscox Co.N.Y. J OWNER, TITUSVIIXE, FLA. Or any Country Produce my customersor 31, township south range: 43 east

PARKER'S GINGER TONIC PAINT I am at Head-quarters for friend may bring containing 105; acres; Lot No. 1 and 2
of section 2S township 47 south
range
Ike best of all remedies for II'Quse LOW I'RICES, buying from the Manufacturer -
!. Lawn market.
1rUd pains Colic, IndiiesEthaustlon 'Q'ak : to 43 east, containing Gl 30-100 acre
***. and all Stom- find Selling Cheap. And that theohject of this suit is>to procure
a tad Bowel troubles. Also
Ili most effective cure forthsColds partition of the same. And it haying -
Bronchitis and'wons Lake Worth Dade County, Fla. been made to appear that Klnathati
atone. of the breathing T.: Field, the defendant\ > .1 non-re.i-
gyp, .improves It promotes the refreshing appetite, !i I ask for a share of the public patronage dent of the circuit in which this suit i i.'i
rjcomes: nervous prostration, New House and Newly Furnished. Having added GRAIN and HAY to instituted. It is therefore ordered that t

fjpws the peak new and life aicd.and strengthTORENTORFORSALE sac.and$I.oo, at Drg:uW._ :I Rooms single or in Suites. my Stock of GROCERIES, buying from and come a* a supplicant, not a I the said Elnathan T. Field do appOar
and answer said bill partition herein
NEAR THE INLET. first hands, will lead in Low Prices. dictator i asking for your favors I filed at 3Iiami. in Dade County on or ,,

I If courteous treatment,good I before, the first day of February A. I).
I I Iss!). And it is further ordered thata

good:)and low figures is copy of this order be published in

r A HANDSOME, NEW, I Best View of Lake and Ocean 1 CAN GOODS BOUGHT AT THE candidate the FLORIDA STAR, a newspaper published -
PACKERS. the for in the adjoining County of l Hr-

MODERN COTTAGEOF favor yard, there being no newspaper published -
public
best Hunting and Fishing grounds than in Dade for four
5 And Will give closer prices you) County, consecutive!
EIGHT ROOMS, ou Lake Worth. then I'm weeks next preceding the said first day
can buy.
of February A. D.-1SS9.
KITH HALF AN ACRE OF GROUND I I monster Oaksand elected.Yours .
Fine Lawn shaded by ; t Done and ordered in CltaIl1b'r* at

Nicely laid out. Pleasant surroundings.View Tropical Growth, both DeLand, Florida, thi 28th day of Xu,.

of Hi nor. Address, I V/ild and Cultivated.Try GEO. B. RTTMPH anxious to please, A. D. 18S8. ""-
Joii.v D. Bro.OIE.
MRS. MACKENZIE.TITUSVILLE and will come again. .
L.
A. us once you Judicial
TITUSTILLE, FLA. Judge of. the Seventh J
FLA. 33 ALLEN E. HEYSER, Proprietor. 25 S. B. v. Circuit of Floritla.J .







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6 THE FLORIDA STAR, THURSDAY, JAN. 3, 1SS9.



Romance Outdone. ous and destructive. Most people Consumption Surely Cured.To PIONEER COOPERAGE: CARDS.

THK EDITOK Please Inform yonr readers thatI
***N irfV.
have in their stomachs
SAN PEANCISCO Cal. Dec. :L'3.-The a poison, have a positive' remedy for the above-named Syrup Barrels $2.25.
GIXGUA
more slow but quite as fatal as the disease. By its timely use thousands of hopeless L. :: ,
World sends cases have been permanently cured. I shall be
New York
correspondent of those maladies which I glad to send two bottles of my remedy FREE to any Gauged to order ten cents extra.
the follow: ing: germ sweep of your readers who have consumption if they will :

Kolert Louis Stevenson, the novelist, men into eternity by thousands I I send me their express Respectfully and poet, office address. Wheeiwrighting and Repairing. ATFY-AT-LAfAKD NOTARY PUBLIC.

who is torn expected back here from his without warning in the time of I T.34 A. SLOCUir, :\1. C., 1S1, Pearl St., New York. C. O. B. Roc!: Ledge. Fl.; .*:lui

ul cruise for health ---- --
f
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unsucce> among
But it is
great epidemics. a mercy Hone barrels and Oval Wator Hreakors
the Soutl' Sea Islands, has been discussed !| IIoiv's This D. L. (,.\rLDE.
that if we are watchful we can from$2.00 till
,
,
a good deal by the critics, brit many j "totr r One Hundred Dollars: Reward for any
tell when we are threatened. The .i ca-e of Catarrh that cannot be cured by taking Tttnk
facts in re0a d to his I-er onal history I Hall's Ca'arrh Cure. ATTORNEYATLAW.Titusville .

have nevi i>?en publls-hed. Steveiiionlirfct I! following are among the symptoms, I F. J. CHENEY Jk CO.. proprietors, Toledo, O.i and all kinds of COOPER WORK to order.
I I i We, the undersigned, have known F. J Cheney Flo .
.
en:: e *e abo.it ei;h: years ago to I II yet they do not always necessarily for the last 15 years, and believe him perfectly honorable -

get mar .oa. His: bride he had met in I appear in the same order, nor arei j t I able to iu carry all business out any transactions obligations, and made financially by their LaGran T. JOS2XSOv, I JXE-; ,WILLIAMS-

France vnen she was the wife of a Cali- i firm. e. : : Florida. ,
i I they always the same in different j I Wet Sc Trux wholesale druggist Toledo, O. I
fornian. When Stevenson vas taking I I. : WaldniK. Kninau Marvin, wholesale drui :' PE'Opl- IJ
that trip d.at bore fruit in his book, "An cases. There is a dull and sleepy i I Jrist Toledo, Ohioj I-c; : r'iUt- COO beet heiwe to b'1T Hill heeds i it J' .tlitorney's-at-Latia'.
I j II. Van Hot-sen: cashier! Toledo National of toe largest and moat reEIble house,and thy
Inland \ o. age." he u et in Paris Mrs. feeling ; a bad taste in the mouth, i I Tank. Tohdo, Ohio II use Titusville. Fl 'rt'i
j Hall's Catarrh Cure i* taken internally acting Fit& "fJ'fJ1'C Seeds
Samuel .J borne of ban raucLco. She
especially in the the -
morning
-
,i ; appetite j' directly upon the blood and mucus surfaces of the s t3,3
Dutch her aiden I stem. Fri ;Se. bottle. I i EO. M. ROI5I5INS.
of
ca'xe paien age, 11 sj e << per I I Q.
j I is changeable, sometimes: I Sold by all Dru gibts.: 24l ? 'tI''t'D.. M. FERRY 4 CO. rrr
nau.e being Van Degrift, but bLe had !i 'X p; '- acknowledged! W l>e the

inarrLdng Sam OsLorne. who wasprivate .! poor, and again it seems as though I
secretary to Senator Stanford I the patient could not eat enough, The best salve in the world for cuts, i RvJf.H i j 1\Vfb ,, D M. FEEY 4: Co' I i FLA.
:
and somewhat cf a protege of ti.e railroa 1 i and occasionally no appetite at all ; I bruises sores, ulcer, salt rheum, fever .I 5M-'l?\;: -;-'..."..".!. >'vlCVN:-,|3' Illnetrate.l.DeainS tlve and pn.: :j0f -!. 1- .

wiliiolU>.ire. She was a brilliant bran ue I 1: dullness: and sluggishness: of the I sores corns, tetter and all chapped skin eruptions'hand, chilblains and positively :i-, I I .ft.,.-,'''':'.....%iJ-- SEEDKMIUALlTAffifWSrssv A M. THRASHER,

w.th the vivid and t .
coloring d e
many
-
tastes of a gypsy iler hus .and iii.d mind ; no ambition to study or cures piles, or no pay required.! 1.k 1 .R l I ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.
It i is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction > ?%> Jj and
gone wish i.er n a vacation, LIK ju Had I work : more or less headache and I. I Co.-" .. :4 to last year's customers
Lefii itj<.ailed on bnsinss, and she \\ai i iI or money refunded. PriccJ cents -- without ordering it, l..mlo". I 1>. 0. TM>X :'', SASTVfcl'. t n =
then s.ay.ug with friend in the i lemhcap.tai. j t heaviness in the head ; dizziness j per box. For sale by all drug stores in "! :-D ':1wL1.wcr: ; I GlU'den.Fleld.rb/etooti.Eves or Flower. l'-On.St-eds tiring I Will prartire in all the foiittir vt ,!.\. -. '' T
'n '
She and S eenson fell in lure i j on rising to the feet or moving suddenly Titua'ilse, and on Indian River. UlnenCw. should send for it. AddrrrsD.il.F c'ircrut and Supreme : .
I __ _
3Y 3. CO.
,Detroit. Mich.
at tirct bi;;ut. Their li.erary and per- I I
furred and coated LLEN"FL iiEYSsiAttonieyatLpr
tongue _. .
sonal ta tes ran in the awe channels, ; : ;! Advice :Uoth rll.I -" -- -- A ,

and the author spent much time iu her a sense of a load on the stomach, Mrs.WISSLOW'S SOOTHING STKUP:: shonM alwaysbe I JOHN F. STRATTON & SON, .
I used when children are cutting teeth. It relieves .
couipr.ny.W that nothing hot and the littl sutrererat once; itproducesnitural, I IH Ganriiar.
.. n slit L ft for home it was under- I removes ; I quiet sleep,andthelittle cherub awake="bright : -i'

h.oud hat s-he was to get a divorce from dry skin at times ; yellow tinge in as a button." it is very pleasant to taste. It i 'k '- -' Laker urth IKide ('aunty, FI-; n-ii i ,
her iiUMunit beans, of the I soothes the child ,softens the gums,allays all pain, Iitijr

ees: es o ii.e-.:ulitoiui court, and easy when pro- the eyes ; scanty and high! colored :I regulates for diarrhoea the,towels whether,and arising is the best from known teething remedy p ? ;. Will furnish .\tractof Title: t" t I-. .

this: was accomplis.it tot HnsOll would !j I urin ;; sour taste in the mouth, frI ('- I ether causes.__Twenty-five cents u_bottle.= __ __ County landT -.
come ojt 10 the (joi. en : tate anJ make linpiirter-: of all kinds of -- --- - -
her hi'ure.. i-v'.': -\niiii2: was carriedout I Iqucntly attended by palpitation of ] POll .tLR,
; :\r oiI.11 Harmonicas ? L'. KUUCIIFIEL1),
a: cording; to this p.ogramme. When, I the) 1 heart ; impaired 1 lon with I j I Ii i I A tract of land on Indian River in the 4'J .Uai.l > ... \. .
j I ( u &nt' 'W York. 04
Sam 0 born wa told of the des re o, hUvi.e ( I! county of Urevard, consisting:; : of 88 i iJ -----.--- .
----- -- ----- -- -
t \ he tad' no objection, t>ut. like a spot that seem to be swimming in i i J aero ;; it beinj lot X o. :3. and :south half I .)oi1I'. 'TLITTt\ ()\. COUNTY SURVEYOR.

model Ame.icm hu cand. gave his wife '!the air before the eyes ; a cough I|! of the northeast quarter of :section;:>, j I' 49II'I::; '.!.N SEW: YnlK .
all the ai t in his po\\er. Tne le.ult was Order by mail will rcx-eive a* |l'c"IIIr-
!! :111l111lt No. i; heiirjr the soutlnvot : .
t1
with colored] : quarter -:
that HI, obtain ti }her fre dom. Then a grecni: expectoration -r: = attention as calls in i>eroa.Addre .

the tiding \veiv cut i the distant lover, nights 1 rest a sticky] i! of the north\ve quarter of section* \itPfill......... 7iidIIl', ..-:..-!:. \!. I 1'Li
; poor ; ?>: Cleorgiaiiy,
and he lIe a ed .o tou.e out into th i' I ]l( both in township ol south ra 111:0 >!) ,i
*' slime about the teeth and This i desirable of !IIJ1m.t.i'f.lluftl.tllr'r.: .tr..l1 I -- --- -- --- -'-
\\ est for hi inair.orata. gumsjj; ea>t. < a very piece : -; i+i'lre.le Dealers I

Original in i-\\ry.hung, Stevenson determin hands and feet cold and clammy ; I| hammock oil of rich quality. uitaMe viral: :' n Ii lIlhM'jP'I.MI ail UiiuN.-..l\ ofM IJuxes. Duiii hl tru- II I H. ATKINSON,
I
d tnU in novel fash for the rai injr of all tropical fruitb .. ,
10 tae tn t : : Bfoilis .tr 'IIt"o.'a t' 'J.Ir.ltt'' d 1usan
irritable temper and bowels: bound I Iup situated the Narrows 1 Knos tint V i-.:iu :34 i
ion. So he engaged ass>age in the steerage -- at near : post- j _____ __ Strings
of one of the great ocean: lines with a ndpuzzled costive. This disease: has ,: officeWill sell cheap for ca:-;h. For h : JUSTICE OF THE PEACE
the design of writ ng up hisexperit nces. particulars: address } JOHN STHATTOX! A: SON j
: .
He cured 1'1el\Y of material, for the the physicians, and still ) K. 31. LOW. ; I jI For the Second Justice Iitrktf Br
Ins]pot tr'4 vucll'ounty C' voyag'-i was rouga and he had a sorry puzzles then It is the common- Sept. :}t lro; (-ktt 1. )fa. ;:. ;
time au on.; the emigrants, who were STR :wholesale of each month.
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herded together like sheep. The expe- ist of ailments and yet the most : J s'' fleal'rs in I __

rience, however, didn't cure him, as he I Sometimes tI U O
complicated mysterious. -
took in cur I THE MUSIC HOUSE OF FLORIDA
pas age an emigrant car and I 0 Z lilS U.\I..
crossed the plains in that fashion. Uhis it is treated as: consumption:; I

was worte than the steerage trip, as the sometimes as liver complaint( and MIHE' $i t _
people were packed closer: and the journey II o I MerchandisBlU 1 I
owing to the many delays and slow then again as malaria and even as I II : I
i IENCE r :
time consumed two weeks. iI I heart disease. But its real nature II I I O ?tiAOi P,Iscered MMI[. V .l..t\. B. C.1l1J: I"I",
When Ste t'non reached San Francisco I I I

he \\ as a tor.y ob;('cr. He had a hack- is that of constipation and dyspepsia. I 11ailt"u Lane i: Jacksonville Fin.I .
ing cough : blood, and had contracted I : ,
tpat -
It arises in the t
digestive
: organs SE \ YOUK.
a tro.lbleome skin di ease from herd I II II I I
ing with unclean emigrants. Foul air and soon affects all the others Join: F. Strattaa & Son's Celebrated I I -

and i'oor :.ood had educed his strength through the corrupted and poisoned I I .r Yr Russian Gut Violin Strings, I i Ii will Sell and Deliver at yoftr tt'ttrtet

and lie was a temi-invalid. He was received I :.__ : of rxri Till FlM-Vl: IN TUB WOULD. I'I

ho A everitli open arms. As blood. Often the whole body-including I II JLt i.i.jic and Standard Popular Modical Treatise ont Our (:CiiLirauiev. a Dealer: r"...t-ivm A com- station Fir-t.l'laoosPIA.OOOS
soon as he was' cleaned up bv a series of I t_*1.;rorjof Yo-ith, lrematuri'DecliM-Nervous pliinthnii( lie believes! to lJu houestt iroraanvir.usici.iti
sulphur baths and a *rit'e recovered the nervous system-is literally j 1 .i':: \ l:.y-ietl Debility, Impurities ot the Blood, to win-in he IMH sold ,11 y of thee stnnss:, I'

from the fa.i-ue: of the long journey the tarccd, even when there is i Ini without is aiitljonzfd charge, and Uv. ui all ti>sm-li:give bun loxs cllhH will be.-r triuu made

wedding was held. The rmarkablefea-: no emaciation to tell the story. |i good l>>' u+ to our l'u.t'.m"r" wuhouf quibMe or OK
ture of it wa that Si-m Osl/orne war I g31Fi11 Question 'Dewaie ">f illJitltioll"/)

I.resent and gave away. the bride his e .- Experience has shown that there j .1 i i Dealers. will ]>!Jet..e t-t-itil for -t.rijjti\o tatJoyue. *- OR.GANSI'lln
I Trad--sui'i'heJ at l lowest puces. 34
wife. with the heartiness of that i j
mcnner !
is but that certain13 .
one remedy can -
! have been in ihe i ------ ------ ; L)-S .
might e.qKM-ted mos ': : MONEY than any other house in tLt
rolung trom Folly,ViceIgnorance.Uxtucfecs or I
dh>in.created p \\hilehec.jpj.el the cure this disease in all its stages, itaxation.. Enervating and niitittitit the victim Opened for the Season. :j I uitt-d Matfrj. I alwajn cturitiUe ii!nrBh.*Lt. to.
' cl.max of his performan cs by im;oJu.- :?Work,Business,the Married or Social Relation. | !i I be as repre>cuted. 111)11 chip a Piano or f rpa t

ing to the bride and groou' hand ooie namelyShakcr Extract of Roots or Avoid...'-. It unskilful contains! S0'pretenders.r pages, royal Possess Svo. this Beautiful great i: A man who is interested in his own j hausiactory.any Lont-ht man I will ur pay woman.freight i>u both trial gals.ii-l tt net tt>

and stylishly, (resspd :young woman as Mother Seigel's Curative Syrup. Itnever I' .1?, cmhot-eed full gilt. Price, only $1.('0 by I welfare will be pleaded: to know tin t I cash and $10 a mouth on a Piai.o. aDd 5W ra. ia concealed {5 a mouth OU an Or till for sot mack
his nflianced wife. :>o-5t-paid. in plain wrapper. lllns- i| ;:an paid -
Tht'D13n-a: e feast was very gay, and fills I but, nevertheless no I Prospectus Free if you apply now. The ANDREW GIBSON I more than ordinary rent. On th*> '*ry ubeni
ll. term anyone run own a trun.rut. "edM
ui-hed author, Wm. Parker M. D., re-
Soon after it was over Stevenson went time should be lost in trying other I r ,,'athe COLD AND JEWELLED MEDAL Keeps the finest be found FREE CATAL'Ait'Eoiitiuilit. { full m..f..iat..'a.neet .
with his bride to a. deserted mining I from: the National Medical Association oysters to in I lliisjo. Strings, Viohu. lUnjms (i"iwr Art
camp on Howell mountain in Xapa so-called remedies, for thewin do for the PRIZE ESSAY on NERVOUS and I Ti vi ill cordeon, and in rut every '(...Ntallll..1th.1t
us ?,
PHYSICAL DEBILITY. Dr.l'arkermdacorps is made and at very low 1"h- II. Seed for CV K'plfte
county, to recuperate his health. Therehe no good. Jet this great vegetable Assistant Physicians may be consulted eoiilidcntiallv I Catalogues I b.ne :'ju.MiO j>ic.* '" la.'K*
wrote th? book which he called "The I' by mail or in person, at the jUice of I AND SERVED: IX STYLE TO SUIT l'ATHUXs.1 Miirtic at IU cents per c.>i>''. 5. Silverado Squatters.: He was then financially preperation (discovered by a venerable 1'111' I'J:.\ICJYIJ.IHC.I INSTITUTE, Music at III cents per copy. :,.(.Jt) Ik ol CM*.
reduced and he had no leuuta'ion: nurse whose name is a household No.4 ISulfiiH-'t St., r.o>toi>. )las-, io whom all t vocal and Instrumental Music at 5H r.rb aM 2*
orders for books or letters for advice should be Plain and Fancy Cake made order.llakffs CentAny pece of sheet uiuow |Mtbte W i. att i
in this His book his Cali- to .
country. on word in and be I Isurl directed as above. (:)0 per cent: below.uLh.b..1 prtc*... ......h of 3
fornia experiences went a-begsinc and Germany), .
:, Uread hand. pieces each sheet: muck i2", Itt rats eo4 frr
finally; the Century editors published} it to get the genuine article. i i MARVELOUSDISCOVERY. always on Catalogue.A. .

in sere:al instalments. It i? a curious I; Also a fir&t-clao\s: Barber shop attached. B. Campbell, Jacksonville, rb.Mentioti -
fact that Osborne, to whose good nature GIVE UP BY SEVEN 1>OCTOH i
Meals :it all hours; from ;5 a. in. to 11 p. in. ( tins paper '*< :5?
Stevenson indebted for I 1
was his wife. Shaker Extract of Roots Seigel's .
or MEMORY' Parties irni? to leave on morning mail
disappeared shortly after his second boats and hacks ,,,'illlJlcnsl' note this.PARKER'S.
mama--,e. lie Trooped, << out of his old Syrup has raised me to good 5,000 Budded Trees For SaleAt

life and his o'd ha :i.ts here between two health after seven doctors had given ;

darts and ro one ever Jpan:<.d any trace ,
f of him. What the cau.-e wa also re- I me up to die of cons\unption.j a HAIR BALSAM Low Trice..
Cleanses and beautifies the hair.
mained a mystery.. Theilahhinir; Young So writes R. F. GraceKirkmanville, Any hook learned in one reading. --- Promotes a luxuriant growth.: 60,000 in Nursery.yr .
woman whom he w> c.ldl'd remained here I IMiiul wandering;' cured. i w Never Fails to Restore Gray
for several months a teram .l l. s'rted Todd Co., Ky. Speaking. without notes.AVholly t ( { Hair to its Youthful Color. I Apply to "". H. siiAirrn:

her, when she. too. j a"d up h r he- 1 1I I unlike artificial system-.. a Prevents 6 c.and Dandruff 31. ).)at and Jlrnl1'l'illtA.hair falling
and HE IIEAHDOF IT JUST: IN TIME. Piracy condemned by Supreme Court. City Toint Fla.
longing :t.udJenl. ands I / Great inducements to correspondence> '! ------ -- .
mysteriously: as I. s>?. To th s "I had been about given up to classes. t --- -- -- -- -

day neit'.e.-: them ii or been seen Prospectus, with opinions of Dr. "Win. A. Hammond !
die with dyspepsia when I first saw I the world-famed Specialist in Mind diseases, ,
or heard o: b.- their ol.. ,l cmh.Herc' Traveling North South take the
Daniel Greenleaf Thompson, the great Phycholo; '! or
.;c a Christmas romance from real the advertisement of Shaker Ex- gist, and others, vent free by j
life with not one 'yard of fiction. I i Prof. A. LOISf.TTE, 237 Fifth Ave.. New York.I, '
: tract of Roots or Seigel's Syrup.' 20. !
-- ------ -- -- I 1\I.allory S. S. Line
A Big Seizure of Venison. After using four bottles I was able !j ,

---- to attend to my business as well as !|

BAXGOR, )[e., Dec. 25.-State Detective ever. I know of several cases of I; 11 ', V"ia Fern.an.c1.in.a.: : btwonNew :

Allen, who is also state fish and
game
i warden, has made the l igge:)t seizure of chills and fever that have been I i Aching ides and Back, Hip Kidney and Uterine :I York and Florida Boston Philadelphia and the East
cured by it." So writes Thos. Pul-1 I Pains Rheumatic &iati<;. Sharp and Weakening j" ,
game being shipped contrary to law ever ; Pains, Relieved in one minute by the Curticura.An- ',
made. It consisted of thirteen barrels, him, of lay. Geneva Co., Ala. ti-l'ain Plaster. The first and only] instantaneous ;: Sailing
invoiced bottles I. pain.kilhiig strengthening plaster. 'J5 cents ; five \
as empty to Hamilton WORTH TEN DOLLARS A BOTTLE. for $1.00. At druggists, or of POTTER DKCG A o> FROM :NEW YORK
CITYP1LH
Campbell, wholesale liquor dealer of I CHEMICAL Co., Boston. I 'nOJI FKKNAMIIXA.CENTRE .
Boston. Mr. Allen's attention was at- Mr. Thomas P. Evans, of the Pimples blackheads, chapped and oily skin cured ,' 21, E. 1:.. EYEHy.nUDA1. STKELTiLP.F.: LMJtY I14.IAT.'lime .

( tracted to this unusual shipment, and an l'I firm of Evans & Bro., :Merchants: by_CUTICCBA__SoAP._ ____ __. __ _ j jCHICHESTER'S Iron Steamships STATE OF TEXAS, CITY OF S.XXTU IU. K1O
examination of the car showed that all GRANDE $
his packages contained venison Horntown Accomack Co. Va. ENGLISHPENNYROYAL j
amounting T Are large elegant and Tabk.
comfortable
deep-draft
I sailing alternately.
two I
to tons.
over packed in hay PILLS
writes that he had been sick with the best on the Coa-t.:
with a sew bottles outside to complete '
their disorders for i :223 CZCC3IbESA ;D. i iOrir.al.b.4
deception bv rattling. The venison I digestive many years 1111 SCHEDULE.
4 was ier-.ed. and the shippers who are I and had tried ,! reliablyr'ill for Kale.only grnain>i'ir > ,.'
and a.
known to the warden, will be dealt with I many physicians I i }Diamond Ask tor CAuAerter Brand, in red t'n1 n.e' i SOUTH-BOUND, from Pier 21, E. liver New York, December 2Slfc, J.-y 4lb.

/ according to law. : medicines without benefit. lie began tonic box*.bested with tla.lib ,.- 11th, 18th, 25th ; February 1st, 8th, 15th and 22nd.
I I boD. At Drucclot Accept I
i --- l
-
to use Shaker Extract of Roots '! no other. All pills iu I'IL>, -u-- XoRTH-BouxD, from Fernandina 4:30 train from Jacksonville.
How DoYv board boxes pink wrappers are a dIUl_ ('r. :
Our
fig Graves ? i counterfeit. Send 4'. (11:1.1111" '
(
... OUIt
I or Seigel's Syrup about the last of; 'J particular and JIeHerf LmHen.". I C1TI OF S.NX ANTONIO, Captain! Wilder..Thursday, I1. M. ) '
mail. 1O.OOW U-
istter bY return u
We must cat or we cannot live. i iI Jan. 1887 and was so much better moatal.froaiLADIESNbobareuxithem.imeFrper.. ; STATE OF TEXAS, Captain Williams.- Jaa.
,
;,
'I This we all know But do we all Cnicbtoter tlieuiicalCo.jJIadiM: q.jFliUa.l'a I CITY OF SAX ANTONIO, Captain 11lWer................Tllur.la)., lulil
in three weeks that he '
1 considered! STATE OF TEXAS, Captain Williams.- k M l.Ih

know that we die by eating? It is himself a practically well man. i+ MADE WITH BOILING WATER.I I CITY OF SAX ANTONIO, Captain Wilder............... M'I fc.

I said wo dig our graves with our i. lIe adds I have at this time ono i!' STATE OF TEXAS, Captain 11 Ellia l:;.................... -

( teeth. ll*>w foolish this sounds I I EPPS'S i *: '*Direct all Freight via Mallory steamship Line irom I'M'ro 21 E R. New Y-'. .. .
bottle on hand, if I could not get information JSI't'caall\gent8 arc located at aIll'rincipa11'oiuts through;\ tonita, where Utlr4l.CM Ioe.-.&
Yet it is '\T 1 I obtained.
true.
fearfully care would take : :'tate-room8
more not ten dottar y and berths
I any a GRATEFULCOMFORTING.OOCOA. -cored in advance from Jacksonville and Fertu&dtoa'fI.
terrified the I sty-Traius from F. P.. & N K'ynin directly to bide Feriiaudmi.
at approach of thecholera I bill for it. Any further information> can be obtained from fihip'n at

i or yellow fever vet there I All J.: 31. CUTLER, Passenger Agent, corner Bar and Hosan Urcetf, Jack Bilte. Fh.
druggist, or address A. J. : R. w. SOtTU\\ICK.: Agent. FerDalldina, F1a. '

is a disease; constantly at our doors I White Limited 54 Warren St. \ IL 1I.IUY)10XD, General Traveling Agent
,
l lN. f
and in our houses far more danger- ; Y. j; MADE WITH BOILING MILK. C H. MALLORY & CO.. General Agents, Pier 20 E. R. NEW YORK em..t .

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FLORIDA STAR, THURSDAY, JAN. 3. 1889.HEVS 7

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a OF THE WORLD. O. OT. TTHardware ., SOB.G-ElU1W:


the Paris bourse was depressed yester- SCOTTSEIULSON and

f dJY. Panama canal dropped twenty -, EVAPORATORSMILLS.

francs,
A dispatch from Richmond states that d
.th e Whit newspaper of that city has General Produce

beenThe sold to the aily Times. i .

comptroller of currency has authorized -
the First National bank of Johnson OF PURE GOD LIVER OIL MERCHANT. And Syrup Makers' Supplies.

City, Tenn., to begin buiin-.s; with a
elm HYPOPHOSPHITES
capital of $5oOUO.ThePope )Melbourne Florida

has sent to the bishop}; of Pia- Almost as Palatable as Milk.So I CO
ggnz* $4,000( for a training college for I' A. M. Hamilton & Co., For Catalogue and Copy of Sorghum
fljssionar.ea.; to be tent to America to disguised that it can be tab en, Grower': Guide, address
digested, and assimilated by the most i .
..... .
Italian emigrants. TTTUSVILLE FLORIDA
care fo: sensitive stomach, when the plain oil ,
Governor Hill, of New York, has or. cannot be tolerated; and by the com = CHAPMAN & CO MADISON IND
bination of'the oil with the hypophofr- Wholesale Dealers in ,
dered an extraordinary session of the phites Is much more efficacious. t4P

court the of so-called oyer and"boodle"teriruner aldermen.fo: the tr.alof Remarkable as a flesh producer. Indian River Oysters THE

Persons gain rapidly while it. ,
taking
Robert Hull, fireman on the Norfolk \! =
\Te>tern railroad, and brother of AIl"-i SCOTT'S EMULSION is acknowledged by FISH AUTOMATICSELFSKIMMING
Hull general passenger agent of tii, Physicians! to be the Finest and Best preparation
same road, committed suicide by taking in the world for the relief and cure of OQ Green Turtle and Game.

laudanum, at Lynchburg, Va. CONSUMPTION, SCROFULA .

Near Harroisburg, Ky.,{Frank Green, GENERAL DEBILITY, WASTING CDf = All orders will,receive whether prompt by telegraph and careful attention -

who killed three men in the course of his ''I DISEASES, EMACIATION, letter or person. 17
life while escaping from officers by crossing COLDS and CHRONIC COUGHS. Jf1l AND
the Kentucky river in a skiff,capsized The great remedy for Consumptian, and
his boat and was dto.;tied. Wcuting in Children. Sold by all Dru9t'sisTult's Geo. E. Chase,

The Chicago police prev ntoq Mrs.Lucy Perpetual Evaporators
Parsons, the widow the executed anarchist : p c:::>

from lecturing, according to appointment 14:1j Ship Chandler
She and her sympathizers AND THE

were much excited,but ihera was no dis- sPillsFOR ,

turbanc\: : Improved Victory Cane Mill
Aprivatet..J loam was receive 1 Thursday L Boat and Vesslc Supplies, all kinds

at Memplu_ :ayinj there was a ne- oQ Patent Anchors, Chains, Blocks, OUR SPECIALTIES.Also .
riot in progress at Lamar, M 3*., and TORPID LIVER. 0 Canvass, Galvanized Wire
gro Hope, all size! Tents,
Portable
Soda
asking that some Winchester rifles be Fountains.
.
A liver whole Ladder
torpid deranges sys Spruce ,
sent on south the first of Grand train. Junction Lamar is twelv Tenn.'o. tern, and produces eg. Copper Taints, sal's, 1.2 sal's, qts.. lQ; ,.. Prices Low and Goods Guaranteed.
miles Sick Spar Varnish, gal's, 1.2 ;:a's,qts,pts
of the Illinois Cenral tail- Headache
line
on the H Oils and Leads, all kinds
road. Every effort has been made to get j
Dyspepsia Costiveness Rheumatism l- F. W. DEV OE & CO'S READY MIXED PAINTS,
at the facts, but no response to telegrams C In fact anything for Building orSailinp boats NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC.
sent have been received up to midnight.It Sallow Skin and Piles.
is rumored that two whites and five l1j h art's Block, 90 East Hay St.,
have been killed. There is no better remedy for these $
negroes ,
common diseases than Tutt'n LiverPills
The remains of Gen. John Logan were i ,as a trial will prove. IrIce,2c.Sold 0CO JACKSONVILLE FLA.
yesterday removed from the Hutchison Everywhere. H --------- If you Lave any

vault in Rock Creek cemetery where The BUYERS'GUIDE is .
they were placed two years ago, to the -- -- issued March and Sept.,

new Logan chapel in the National Sol- ( each year. It is an encyclopedia OLD FURNITURE
.
diers' Home cemetery, and the guard o u "> f. j': .. O ot useful infor- ,
mation for all who pur.
who have
regular artillerymen
seven (73o5 chase the luxuries the Such
or as
kept watch over the body since it WlSdeposited necessities of hie. We
in the Hutchison vault was r- I CURE cm clothe you and furnish you with
lieved. The removal was m&de without Ii all 'fle nec;ssaiy and unnecessary CHAIRS
ceremony, only members of\the Logan I c.. to lide.-vralk, dance, ileep, ,
family and half a doyen friends being 91 eat fish hunt, work, g0 to church
present.The or stay at home and in various:: sizes, SOFAS
Q styles and quantities Just figure out ,
Denver Gas Coml any:had 100 men FITS !
what is required to do ail these things
in a ditch, fix feet .
employed excavating COMFORTABLY and you can make: a fair ORGANS
deep, alongside of and underneath the estimate ot the value of the BUYERS' ,
track of the cable car line, when suddenly GUIDE, which will be sent upon
the track for an entire block fell. When I say CURE I do not mean merely to don I-LI receipt of 10 cents to pay postage, PIANOS
,
crushing the life out of and imprisoningthe stop them for a time,and then have them return MONTGOMERY WARD & CO.
I A UA1)ICA1 CUU
men underneath. :Men Wt re inii.. I have again.made MEAN the disease of ITI 111-114 Michigan Avenue, Chicago IlL BUREAUS
work the fall --- ---
: ,
set to removing n
diately ----- -- -
track, and four dead and two bad I FITS, EPILEPSY or ey" u (:'J8td
wounded have been removed. Othtr
SICKNESS BEDSTEADS
FALLING
men escaped with more or less bruis>e-. ,
It is not known whether any more are life-long CURE the worst study.cases.WARRANT Because my others remedy have to IiI PI MIPS Or any other Furniture that you wish

underneath the track or not. failed is no reason for not nowreceiving a cure. RE-VARNISHED
A dill atch from Panama pays: Work Send at once for a treatise and a FREE BOTTLE AND POLISHED,

pn the canal continues,, although on of my rost INFALLIBLE Office. It UE costs IEDY.you nothing Give Expressand for a a. IiI Call on the undersigned, at the headof

some sections labor has been re acedAltogether trial and it will cure you. AddressH.C.ROOTM.C.,183PEARLST.NEWYORK I (S"I arty Main Street, Titusville, where you
some ii.OM men have bed. rJ = can have all or any of the above articles
I
discl.ar.ed during the fast two months, .-. -'_ :: :' ;:: [ ,, .. made to lQok as well as :New; or will
owing to disputes between the canal call at residences when work
d p. can not be
compauand contractors. It is not expect I .
moved. Also all kinds of Ornamental .
-d that more we,rkmcn will be d-s- I.I
pens:d with. The authorities consider "1 l 1 l IQ r Sign Painting a specialty.TitnsUlle \

the total suspension of work as very im + m se -,rl6r .. t, I w. B.. NcX.
probable. Suspension could only b3 occasioned t. : '" :r: : ; ,
by the complete failure of this OPt1 ... ,:'t" ,' .:I.. ..(:\' JIi ......,....i'(IrE..- '...J'1 1 Flu.
reorganization scheme now under consideration \-! ''t';''' I' ; .k:'h 1 ; Il litf.SALOON.
{ ; !'!!;.. I
8 : f., :: : =t3itk.t.f: '
in Paris. There are uo\v about Q ,.; .1 j.1 1 f' aiI "
<
9,000 laborer actually engaged on th Nter i ,l h .11P1iu 4B!W M''h,'.,.{. .\ 'Iff 1 SCOT
works.A !f li C. II. ]'.,
l\k ..
I
f ...... 1 "
party of boys while playing at Eas .. = 0OO "- '- it E.\&TEISILUUIJltBSSIXfl;
Fairmount park Philadeldhia, yesterday I A fcf UK CtUh.1Oa !4 ; '
in the vicinity the new city reservoir CHILLS & FEVER, > '-- .
found two bundles in a section -// '1j DUMBCUE AMJ H
of new thirty-six imh water main stored i I If you want a clean and 4ay >>hav?,
theie. For curiosity's take, (.ne of the As clean as barber eveaia\e,
boys cut the string of one of the bundles I, t I Just call on me at my saloon,

and was horrified when a human At morning, eve, or afternoon. lI'll f
head rolled out. Between them the bun
dies contained the body of a man. cut in 0 '-- -u YOUR HOME cut and comb your hair with grace

pieces. The head was cru lied, and everything ,,, rl 1, J 1!/!i.\.1\ To To suit I'll the contour of your face;
another you give a good shamjioo,
indicates mysterious
murder. Nothing was found to identifythe II I b IS NOT FURNISHED The art of which is known to few.

lemains or give a clue to the murderer PYiAFOOE P- My sciVor' sharp, my razor's keen,
WITHOUT ONE.
13 CALLED THE My shop is a ways neat and clean,
George B. Renon and Burt L. Renon, Wonderful Chill and Fever t Expeller ICD SAVANNAH, (:n., Nov. 1, 1888. .1ntl everythinagI'm sure you'll find,
father and on, and Ammon Veasy, were z Forty Thouiuuil Suutlicrn Home made To suit the taste and please the mind.
drowned in Round bay, near Lake Village It cures the chills and f;vcr, times up health thtnn to the auppyvilli line iii!'truiiieiitH since 187O,
N. H., vesteidav afternoon, while! giea sufferer.an appetite, brieivg ztreLtli, and ant still the good work KUCS on. And now to all who patronize intend,
skating tlder: Renon was forty years o CQ &3 3OOO Pianos nnd Organs.old last year. Just come along and bring your friends,

old, his son thirteen, and Veasy fifteen. I.ipIinlrlIirotherVholesaleIruggbts, 5,000 Better ouruntrktorthisyear. Lower Terin Trices! niiil; And I assure you I will try'My
-
The latter body has not yet been recov< Mle manufacturer", and roprietor, Lippinann greater Iuilucciuent;will gala us tbis increased very best to satisfy." may7

ered. _____. ._ block, Savannah, Ua. Et : sale.TIiouamN.
of Hntiifs yet 1111'1111)1)II'tlvUh
Thought Ito Was In "Lunnon." ---- Iii!!triiiuents that might to-day be enjoying THE SLOOP AGNES"
tlo = them through our easy! system of sellinK!
"Say, peeler, me boy, where am IT asked
CASH to pay down not needed. We have
a well dressed, middle aged man with a decided A 1'l AN by which, WITHOUT RISK,anyone commanded by
English accent, of Officer Ripple a; mJ i mJ- t) Q'I'C can obtain nil Instrument of any !Styleor CAPTAIN JOHN MCLEAN.

Broadway and Thirtieth street last night. QUARTintLY Price, making or YEARLY either PAYMENTS MONTHLY, Makes regular trips on Indian Iliver.
He
appeared to be dazed, as it recovering
until paid for, mcn.uwldle enjoying use! of SHE CARRIES A FULLbUPI'LY OF
from long sleep. (Prickly Ash, Poke Root,and Potassium.) Instrument.
"You are in New York,"replied tho police- CURES A.. No extortionateprlces. No RI k. No Forfeiture Gro cei iesDioodsCanned
dan. of all cash l'aMlf Installments can- :
not u" promptly paid. Contract perfectlyFAIR
"That can't bo, yer know," said theDanger. and EQUITA1SLE protecting pur- Goods,

tome, "I'm" iu London, and I want to go SYPHILIS r=s= chasers from all imposition or loss.! Hats, Boots and Shoes,
bobby. Write not and we will point out the way to
The Primary,Secondary,and Tertiary! Syphilis Syphilitic
officer took the Englishman around to Eruptions, Scrofula and Scrofulous Eruptions get a fine Instrument Easily and at a Low Ladies'Shoes in great variety;Prints ell
the Thirtieth street police station, where he Ulcers and Old Sores. Rheumatism and new patterns at low p'rices.HolMij .
Price; Wonderful bargains for Fall 1883. '
all those that have
told a strange story. all diseases of the blood ;
resisted other treatment yield steadily and surely ---' Better than any before offered. Prices
""lIy name is Henry Johnson, ho said, to the wonderful power of P. P. P., the great Ready-made Toilet Articles
and I am 37 years old. The last thing I remember Ulood Purdier. J Largely nt'tueetl.otil"e: these SPECIAL ,

previous to accosting the officer was ....tI OFFERS: XOTIOXS.

Balking down Cheapside,in London,it seems SCROFULA t-I == For the cash only
only a few hours ago. I have no recollection Upright Piano ony $200 Match 15,46 6m.

of crossing:; the ocean, and I know no one in la an impurity In the blood, producing Lumps or8"eIlinY K -' Cfo, 'i'3 Octaves-Overstrung Scale-Three .--------
Anleriqi) cauein? Running Sores on the Arms, Strings-Rosewood-Fully Guaranteed
Upon Mr. Johnson's person was found a Legs, or Feet, for the cure of hich use P. P. P., 0 CO -Sweet Tone. Catalogue Price$000. I WM. H. SHARPE
letter blood medicine on earth. All these '-- I
the ,
greatest
dated London, Oct. 10 and addressed the of 1*. P. P., Parlor .
to "henry Johnson, No. 4G Endymiou TerFinslmry I giving diseases new yield life readily and new to strength.power Organ only $65 ,I
hee, Park, London." I I Four Sets Keeds-11 Stops- ouplersI -
nIt was from a lady and advised "Dear I!I POISONCured Handsome Ca e. Catalogue Price,300. REAL ESTATE AGENT

iestles9 ry" to btop rinkin,. Mr. Johnson grew BLOOD I Stool,Cover,Instructor,Music Book
und ill in the station, and be was all Paid.
sent to form sometimes in cases with I. and Freight
Roosevelt Reilly in its worst ;
hospital. Capt.
Other Special 0/srs does not now what to think of his queer Erveipelas,where the patient was in Eternal Pain ju
prisoner and up by tte lhJ@iC'ia In some ca ea Soufi to choox from. TES GBAA'D XAKEBS.
v. seems to babv given .
uitej
'"'ohor..4t, strange story Scrofulous Ulcers broke out till the party was a '-- ak) Different Slyles. Can lull all buyers. \Write
1 his actions.-2tew York) bottle of P. P. P. was CITY POINT.
"--9rUU mass of corruption; a i for catalogues,circulars,and Free Copy of our new
(; J v"ru J. procured,and the disease yielded quickly. "
paper Sharps and Flak, girinyfull and valuable
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A Climbing :Maine Belle. RHEUMATISMAnd LJ information.REMEMBER I i! Lands sold on long time with intei or

*Uss Bello Meader came down to Skow- OUR LOW PRICES. on the lease system, or for ca-h.
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I1 gan from Norridgewock county recently in all Affections of the Blood P.P.P.stands OUR EASY TER31S. .
for the especial purpose of climbing to the alone and unrivaled, and come of its cures are .. 1 ONE PRICE OXLY.HAXDSOME I Lands cleared! and planted, and carEt lor

top V tho water works stand pipe. The disrjjJVto really If you wonderful.suffer from anything like Syphilis,Scrofula OUTFITS. I if desired ; by contract or otherwise.
tho top is seventy-fivo feet, as- Blood Poison, Ulcers, Okl Sores, Rheumatism >- BEST IXSTRUJIENTS.
:aed by means of an iron ladder fixed perk or any disease of the blood, bo euro. and ALL FItEIGIIT PAID. I Refer to E. 31. Brcese, Detroit, Mich.;
cular'1 give P. P.P. a trial. i 13 DAYS TRIAL. Jno. C. Norwood
Y'accomplished on the side. The young lady Titusville, Fla. 1.11'
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k P.P. l'. (Prickly Ash, Poke Root. and Potassium i MONEY SAVED ALL.
*Zen the feat, which shows, )is no secret patent medicine like the manyon and J. Stras,Tnzewell Court House, Va.;
to hter it is considered that she looked down the market. Its formula 13 on every bottle, I: LUDDEN&BATESSOUTHERN I and A. Becker, Montreal Canada for
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street, 175 feet below that she Pos- thus givine a guarantee of its purity and who.e. ,
awed remarkably cool and clear head.14Wiaton .- sameness ihat no other blood purifier doe give. MUSIC! HOUSE. SAVANNAH! GA. l whom I have made sroves.
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Bangor Boxes I -Two thousand choice twoyearoldlemon I f !
I LOOK AT THAT
A telegram received to-day (Jan. 3d]) and ten thousand orange buds for LAMP!

by T. Hatchett & Co., from C. F. Eaton, sale by E. S. Wiley, Titusville, Fla. 'ROYA'ta Pianos & Organs
Palatka, Fla., says: Schooner crossed St. I Ho Chimney H o Smoke 1! Ho Odor.
-Procure insurance
Johns bar last night and will be up to- your through
dnwith Banger boxei'.utiei' *. Robbins and Graham. A first-class line The Brilliancy of das, with the tunrenience : -

wishing to renew their old orders of companies.Mr. t.wucyrIlOYAI>;5 Wog.etetorrir 73 of a Hand Lamp. >avkiWn .*4| j,,
mtttothers come forward at once, and all o! per cent of oil by actual text. Hums
D. II. Valentine If you want to purchase a the lowest grade of U r"oo{ ,- oil with
who want Bangor boxes please send of Melbourne, ... .. : feet it tr-
safety, as isjHjhivflv
order at once. T. HATCIIETT & Co., came up on the steamer the end of last t.0 W.lIJ'i Piano or Organ, write to the un- The amount aved from Kimn-nun-trxi-li- aro.1 ".

week. He left for Winter Park. I : for one year I, Un. than pay' for limn'.
i r. dersigned or give him a call. For descriptive tatalouV; etc.. alun} -*
LOCAL LACOXICS. -Mr. Steve Geiger, .Courtney, was .
I 1.-. T. 1'. TnxKi ,
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< TITI>VILLI.
spending a few days in town this week Can sell of the in- ri.uAtjent
you any
-Mr. J. P. Turner bas had his sloop, t : i
and attended the dance at Wager's Hall. ; JiJ for the ,VA ZEIi LAM'u: :
the Atlanta, repaired. 9 struments of the best and lead- for ilrevanlOrange! and Y..lu.--ia
n.i.u.:*
-Oyster hell! lime, of.1 quality, is -Last! night (Wednesday) a small but

offered for sale by J. ?. Watson, of Eldo- very pleasant euchre party took place at ing makers at prices that defy Prt-t'ft'r">. I. U.,by liani l"'rtui-Io'OI1, .I. A. ,Vilirr to Cart Gnat Juat V-* :'11;it g., vir t.:.

the residence ofIr.. G.f., Robbins tw. w. \I.&t'kt'uzi: .11.1 ,. lk-l. x: i ;.....J &! .
rt. Price furnished on application.Mr. _4 ; GI competition. others .
which carried with
'' was out great spirit.
'' Trcutler, of Eau Gallic, was
The game lasted for some time, and con I I J. 1'urr(1Lti 1', I'u.l.i.u
in town for a short time the end of last \V. M !;i"i\> \
week. cluded as follows" : The first prize for Pianos 1 ant Organs i sold on tie Install-
I
ladies was won by Miss Katie PaddNona -
-:\]r. H. F. Hamilton Lake Worth, I INDIAN RIVER BAffi.Titusiiiic.
pretty little work-basket. The prize I
illBut plan when sire Disconnt .
lia- been here for about a week with the POWDER I ,
for the lady making the fewest numberof
man and aUo has Mr. Will. Moore with t
so '
points was awarded )[r<*. W. S. Graham to Clmrctes on Organs Y loi'Itlt.
the Bon Ton.
-a small but pretty comb. :Mr.: H. Absolutely Pure.

Mr. and Mrs. E. Sackctt, and Mr. F. Atkinson claimed the first prize for I Tin pow{l'r never \an!'. A .u .n'el of purity, All correspondence will 'l''eiIJrnmN A GEHSFiAL BAKXffiG BUSINESS TEAS.SAC7ED. .
and Mr.J.. Taylor, of Springfield, Mass., gentlemen which was a Mexican match I trtuth.: and w11lli".ulUlt1.fore economical attention.'I'Itusville .
than the ord lIilr\ kind; and cannot be sold in I
arrived at Aurantia one day last week. box and matches; and Mr. C. H. Waltonwon I competition th,- multitude of low test Miortweisfht K. K. 1VAGCK, .
We are plea-ed to learn of their arrivalat the for the I ilinn or plwpt.ih'! powdeis. Sold only in I Exchange bought awl .r>M. ?pf t'ul aninompt
prize gentleman making cam. Royal lULniK Powder Co, 10* Wall Street, attention given tt>collection*. Lruunegotiated
their winter home.Anyone the least number of points-an exceedingly New York. Florida.KAY on first mortj3 te for"iD<<*
I I Hunk-, Corporations anti !n having a pair of good steers I Iw.ll pretty miniature whistle with a allowed on tune tlt'l)it'O.
broken and of bells A. P. MCN EII.. )I. I).. & BRYAN, .
attached.
not over eight years'of peal Tingame: was Advance: mnde upon available collatim'Approved :

age, which they wish to sell,should write followed by initiating two members into (,)Iers his professional services: t-) the I Ar"tesian.: : 'ciiAl : uine: 's pajx-r tlferount.d!.

to Steven Elli, LaGr:1I1_e. He desiresto the mysteries of Odd Fellowship i (?),which people' of TituMille: and Mirroumlint, I Drafts on all part of Europe.JJuIness .

purchase.Mr. caused considerable merriment among country. Medicine and Surgery; practisedin ) : done at Juck..4>avUU ratr

the The evening passed! all ofitts branches.All : IRRIGATION CONTRACTORS Every favor consistent with MHII:,.
-:: C. P. Eacott has removed his: tin company. : away calls left for me at Grand View ,

hop from the building near S. II. Day'sstore pleasantly, all having thoroughly enjoyed Hotel} will be attended to promptly.] iGEACOTT banking, cheerfully extend-!
Solicit Correspondence. i
to the building on :ame street, just the games. comJ-;;I'U\IEXT5: Hank ,-f JrkonviiteJacksonville
THT.SVILI:, IXOKIDA. Fla.; Tht :-t'at.rtl l Viic.n: ..:
to the'c t ofIr. G. B.
Kumph'sstore. -- ------ & CO. 33 Hank New York. *,
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'Ji'me Xcw Year ll'ailC(.. ._ .
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TITr.SYZLLE. I'I.A.\., : -
-There will be service at St. Gabriel's
This dance-the first of the new -
(Episcopal) Church next Sunday h)' I took place at Wager's Hall, Titusville year TIN&SHEET-IRONWORKERS. j 1-m Gr. J8-aCr3.A}? A-Y,

Archdeacon Carpenter. Morning serviceat on Monday night, and wa attended by
eleven o'clock and evening service at quite a number of our residents i asell jrTTKUTXt; (;, HOOFING. (Formerly, ] of the firm of Ilnekafou A. lUutec.; )

7:30. All are cordially invited to attend.It as by ladies and gentlemen from a dist: And Manufacturing of Tin Ware.

is said that the Town Council will ance. It was really a social gathering as: GALVANIZED: WORK, Will Open [\, Large Stock of

put on a reducing pipe to the artesian well as a dance, and there was nothing And llep.iiriir: of all kinds

well and thus have a fountain ; also: erecta formal or strained about it during the

neat street lamp near the :same which evening; neither was "evening dress: I.o"atiau : 31.\IX ST.. iicarriicr.INDIAN ......., Furniture and BeddingIn

will be appreciated on dark nights by strictly indispensable." Our dances are

pedestrians as well as drivers of vehicles. usually l marked by a charming social
RIVER ART GALLERY January at their old stand, and solicits the ],ati..n.tt: F ..1111!::..
-Work on the wheels of the new freedom, and this was no exception to
friends on the river. 3J(
steam lighter has been completed. and the rule.
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she is now awaiting the arrival of the The dance was arranged by Cha>. II. j

boiler, which was sent to the repair shopsfor Walton, who was ably supported by L'ICKEXS TTKXEK, TIN": :RQQP'IN-G- I

overhauling. This boat only draws Messrs. Geo. M. Robbins, J. Birnbaum
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about twelve or thirteen inches light. It and Chas. Rhodes, who endeavored to Photographer,

i is thought by many that she will requiremore make it pleasant for all.
and Metal Work of all Kinds.
Guttering
Views East Coast and Indian River
power to s\make ordinary time under Dancing, we may ]here remark, is one a Specialty.Has on. ,

steam. of those amusements which combines, the only Authorized PHOTOGRAPH

-Mrs. W. II. Peck and Mrs. E. tiling, with its own intrinsic charmsutility.As OF PRESIDENT CLEVELAND AND PARTY Corrugated Iron Roofing,

of Cocoa;were in town yesterday: and we a pastime it is delightful none the that has ever been made during their
less because it has travels. Orders by mail receive prompt Galvanized Iron Cornices.
learned that the Holiday entertainments so a useful end. Our
attention. 49-Gmo.
at that place were a great succe Mrs. doctors tell us that dancing, when not ETC.
-- TIN BY Til: BOX, SOLDER, ''IXXI US' Sl'I'I'MlIS.
Peck proposes,to continue benefit entertainments indulged in to excess, is one of the most

during the season, and we only healthy exercises in which anyone can GRAND VIEW HOTEL Estimates Given and Work Executed in all 1 Parts of He State.

regret our space tin week will not engage ; and that this advice was wisely ,
W. T. COTTER Sanford Florida.WE
permit a full description of those of last followed and thoroughly enjoyed was TITUSVI LLE, FLA. 26 .

week. proved by the zeal and gusto with which

-The llev. John T. Huntington, of the dance was entered into by all the -0The CALL THE ATTENTIONOf

Hartford, Ct., will spend a few monthsat disciples of Terpsichore who were pre- lost centrally incite Hotel in City.

this place, and during his stay here I sent. Dancing should be an importantpart the people of Indian River to our stock of Hood,

will take charge of St. Gabriel's (Episco- of our education. It is a favorite which we are offering at very close margin.We .

pal) Church from January 13th to April pastime in all countries, and is the true NEW HOUSE.EVERY RESPECT.FIRST-CLASS IN make a specialty of

IGth. Mr. Huntington has been a visitorto poetry of motion, imparting to the com-
monest of life air of cheerfulness Open all the year round Table Unsur-
our town something over a year ago aspect an Groceries Grain Hay and Flour
and pleasure. passed. Bath Rooms Free.
and we remember enjoying a very able ,

sermon given by him while here. We Dancing began about nine o'clock, and Rates, $k2.5O & $:::1.00 per Day.SPECIAL .
must congratulate the Church in secur- was kept up with great spirit until nearlyone On which we will give special inducements. We carry a large stock of .
RATES PER WEEK. .
ing his aid while here this season. o'clock Tuesday morning. GENT'S FURBISHING GOODS, BOOTS AND SHOES, HATS AND CAPS, ETC., ,

As the new year came in, many good J. MILLER' Pro n'ietor.
-To those of our citizens who enjoyedthe Which we are offering at low figures. Those needing shoes will find it greatly
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wishes went the round of the hall, and their interest to give us a call as we are selling shoe very low.
creditable and "OldeFolkes'
entertaining dancing, recommenced with vigor. TO :RENT.A 4 We will be pleased to quote prices at any time.Ell .
Concert" given at this place last
During the evening a "Leap-Year
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spring, and others as well, we are glad to L. BFi..A..DYROBBINS :
Walt" called which ONE .
was gave the ladies i STORY AND A HALF t
that under the same will
say management
the privilege of asking the gentlemen to t
be given next Thursday "The Dee&trict
waltz with them. For some few seconds l
Skule," notice of which is made mentionof HOUSE FURNISHED & GRAHAM
very little movement was made on the
,
elsewhere. We can assure our readers ,
part of the ladies, and each appeared to
that the "Skule," which of itself will be
be waiting to see who was going to make W-4
highly-amusing, will be supplemented by At MIMS near Station,

excellent solo songs, duets, etc.,and also the ladies initiative who were move.more Eventually courageous a than few REAL ESTATE BROKERS & LOAN AGENTS. t

recitations. Proceeds are for school house their sister Terpsichoreaiis, advancedacross AT $6 PER MONTH. ADDRESS
at Minis. Tickets will be t
on
purposes
the hall to invite the gentlemen of i @F. I
sale at 3D cents for reserved seats admission :
25 cents. ; their"choice to waltz. This "started the Mrs. K. J. Hamilton, City Point, Fla. LANDS BOUGHT AND SOLD.

ball, and things moved on as merrily as f

-At the residence of Captain Paddison before. We admire the good sen e of Loans Negotiated on First Class Security at from 12 to 24 per cent.

last Friday evening quite a numberof those ladies who took the initiative in THE TBOPICAL I
invited Choice lots in rapidly growing Towns, will net in v'': tn r* 1.l'er.
guests were present to take this simple matter of a "LeapYearWaltz. : ,
cent. in twelve months. I
part in a game of progressive! euchre. ." It is needless to mention their
I/.is' & Gents'RESTAURANT. Residence lots in Titusville from $20 up to S1CKX( I
Miss May Nolan, of and Mr.
Rockledge, names. I Business lots from S?:jti to2..:;t.O, 1
Knight, of Jacksonville connected with As a Master of Ceremonies. Chas. : .

the F. R. & X. Railway, were among Rhodes was quite at home, and carriedout Agents for Florida Southern Railway Lands

those who took part with the "linen the wishes of all to the best of his Near Railroad Depot,

boards." Mrs. Paddhon: and Miss Katie ability, at the same time tryjng to omit
made the Tltas,'itle, Florida, More than 3,000,000 Acres of Choice Land:. locate! in Really I t'ry 1
evening pass most pleasantly nothing that was likely to conduce to county in the State, suitable for Farming, Grazing Fruit ulll V etabk

to' their friends, and music and "magic the individual pleasures of each. :Mrs. L. A. Mackenzie, Proprietress. Growing-PineCypress and Cedar Timber, price $1 per \t.f't' aot!

aside from the contest for the prizes, con- The music was supplied by Messrs. -_._ ------ -- .-- upward

tributed in pacing the hours too quickly Wager and Ender, who were kindly assisted P. 0. Box 250 Titusville, Florida.A. ttM
away. For "tricks that are dark" with by Miss Eunice Harrison: )Iim MEALS & LUCHESI

cards, we think our legal friend Robbins During the evening Mr. Rhodes gave a _._ __ __ --v -_-_-__ ____ A. STEWART, GEO. M. ROBBINS, WALTER S. GRAHAM.Clerk .
equals, if not surpasses the "Heathen Chi- comic song, which was heartily ap Circuit Court. Atty. at Law. 3 f. IV
nee." Mrs. Brown won the first prize plauded.On SOUPS, OYSTERS, ICE CREAM,

for ladies at euchre, and Mr. Wager the the whole, the dance was successfully JELLIES, ETC. BREVARD ABSTRACT OF TITLE COMPANY.
prize gentlemen. Both prizes
are high carried out, and those who were

F \ ly esteemed by the winners. The fair not fortunate enough to be present losta BREAD, CAKES & PIES. Complete Abstracts of Title furnished to all land* in Ire"

one who succeeded in capturing the other treat. ward county, Florida. !j
I Table Board at Reasonable rates. Families -
prize made the I reporter promise not Mrs. Simonson, as usual, supplied served. Titles Perfected.
to "(giro it away," so of course we'll) not I many who were present with beautifulroses Examined and

give him away either.1 I and other flowers. I DECIDED HOME COMFORTS. Box 250, Titusville, Fla.




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